Many moving parts in Airway UGA 'land swap'
Last updated 5/27/2021 at 10:55am
AIRWAY HEIGHTS — The story of the proposed Urban Grown Area boundaries swap that could free additional land for much needed residential use took a little detour at the May 23 Airway Heights City Council study session.
As council was reviewing a proposed letter that would attempt to encourage the numerous stakeholders to sit across a real table from one another and discuss differences, a new wrinkle surfaced.
City Administrator Albert Tripp first presented the letter for review, and it appeared the matter was headed to the next step with no stated objections from council.
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