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By Grace Pohl
Staff Intern 

Rezones highlight land use issues in Airway Heights


January 11, 2018

It has been a long process for a few recent rezones in the city limits of Airway Heights.

The most discussion came in the first rezone requested by the city. The properties were proposed to change from an R-1, single family residential to R-3, multi-family residential located in the northwest quadrant of the city and south of Hunter’s Crossing North Subdivision. This was to accommodate the alternative housing for residents located south of Highway 2 and within the Fairchild Air Force Base APZ (accident potential zone).

The plan is to build “cottage-style housing” and to make it afford...

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