Cheney commission recommends denial of Clay rezone
Cheney’s Planning Commission voted unanimously at its March 17 meeting to recommend denying a proposed rezone near Centennial Park that would have allowed for a higher residential density on property next door.
Randall Gillingham, owner of property at 625 Clay St., had applied for a change in zoning on his one-third acre property from R-3, multi-family residential, to R-3H, high-density multifamily, at the behest of the city’s Planning Department. Approval of the rezone would have allowed him to construct an apartment complex of up to 14 units on the site, versus about five under R-3.
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