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Ecker: Peoria airpark shouldn’t be on backs of …

After just reading the Peoria Independent article that references the proposed airpark (“Peoria opts to remove 2 general plan proposals after taking input from residents”), I would like to comment on intentions listed within the article as a resident, within the affected area.

Peoria opts to remove 2 general plan proposals after …

City staff has conceded some General Plan proposals to residents that would help bring an airpark to Peoria.

Learn how Peoria's proposed General Plan amendments …

The city of Peoria wants to use 8,300 acres of Arizona state land across the northern part of the city — a size greater than the Vistancia master-planned community — for a new airpark and other possible future developments.

Shafer: New general plan amendments mean residents …

The city of Peoria is planning to amend it's General Plan so that it will be easier to bring a new airport and other projects into our boundaries.

Voters approving Tempe general plan, three council …

Latest results for the March 12 primary election show Tempe voters in support of the general plan, Mayor Corey Woods likely to secure reelection and three candidates maintaining the lead for the open council seats. 

City council sends Tempe’s General Plan 2050 to …

Tempe voters will have the chance this coming March to approve or deny the city’s next general plan, which establishes updated guiding principles for how new developments are constructed among other land use decisions over the next 30 years.

Surprise general plan still up for review

Residents are encouraged to review the Surprise General Plan 2040 Draft by Aug. 30 to ensure the document reflects the community’s sentiments before going to the next step in the state law-mandated update.

Community divided on Tempe’s General Plan 2050

Tempe Tomorrow, the city’s General Plan 2050, went before Tempe City Council for its first public hearing Aug. 10, with over 30 residents for and against the proposed document speaking about the rise in density, affordable housing and other factors concerning the city’s continued urbanization.

Residents chime in on Tempe’s latest general plan

Tempe’s Development Review Commission has recommended that city council approve the updated General Plan 2050 in August, despite community concern for the city’s growing population and a lack of housing.

Housing moves to front of Surprise General Plan …

Surprise’s General Plan 2040 update process is a big picture procedure set in place years ago and does not divert based on recent developments.

Light industrial project heads toward final reckoning …

The fate of the Ranch is in the hands of Gilbert Town Council.  The primarily light-industrial development on the town’s eastern boundary will come before council Nov. 15 with a …

Buckeye Council looks at future of downtown

BUCKEYE — Before the Buckeye City Council held an only 12-minute regular meeting Tuesday night, a 1-hour, 40-minute workshop was devoted to a downtown long-range plan. Tuesday afternoon, …