Cheney park might get I-502 applicant
City receives conditional use permit application for grower/processor in Commerce and Industrial Park
Cheney may soon have its first tenant for the city’s Commerce and Industrial Park – but it’s not who the city was expecting to see.
In a staff report to the Cheney Planning Commission Monday night, Public Works Director Todd Ableman informed the commission the city has received a conditional use application from Cheney Hydroponics, a business seeking to receive a marijuana processing license from the state and build a facility in the business park located in south Cheney. The City Council passed an interim zoning ordinance at its Nov. 12 meeting, and amended at its meeting last week,...
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