Permitting the non-permitted

Cheney finds itself in a bind after entering into a lease agreement that included a possible self-storage facility in its business park

 

Last updated 3/19/2021 at 3:14pm

Walter Willand / Cheney Free Press

The proposed location of a 340-unit total self-service storage facility in the city's Industrial and Commerce Park is shown on the map above.

Managing EditorCHENEY - A development deal leasing land to a local group of investors in the Industrial and Commerce Park has seemingly run slightly afoul of the city's zoning codes - leaving officials in a quandary on how to proceed with the agreement.

In an information item at the City Council's March 9 meeting, Cheney Mayor Chris Grover brought up the business park in connection with a self-storage facility being proposed for about 6.3 acres of land located between Willow and Spring streets along Fred Johns Way. The facility, which would include 284 covered self-storage units and 56 cove...



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