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Apache Junction planning commission meets Tuesday

Posted 10/26/20

An update on an affordable housing assessment and strategic plan prepared in 2010 will be discussed Tuesday by the Apache Junction Planning and Zoning Commission.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Oct. …

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Apache Junction planning commission meets Tuesday

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An update on an affordable housing assessment and strategic plan prepared in 2010 will be discussed Tuesday by the Apache Junction Planning and Zoning Commission.

The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Oct. 27 in the City Council Chambers, 300 E. Superstition Blvd.

The housing assessment and strategic plan was funded by a grant from the Arizona Department of Housing and conducted by the Drachman Institute, a planning and architecture organization housed by UofA. The institute assessed demographic and land use data to recommend solutions towards affordable housing, according to a city document.

A link to the study is at ajcity.net/933/Housing-Programs.

Also on the agenda is a presentation, discussion and recognition of Tess Nesser’s service on the Apache Junction Planning and Zoning Commission. Chairwoman Nesser in August was elected to the Apache Junction City Council to a term beginning in January.

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