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Article on Fremont CA Strip mall rezoning

jspence

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Does anyone have a link to the actually rezoning text that gives property owners options ranging from 100% commercial to 100% residential to somewhere inbetween?
 

ludes98

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Nice staff report. Tempe is one of 2 landlocked cities in the Phoenix area. Increased density is the only avenue left for growth since only 7% of the City is vacant. The 20 year old code focuses on new development, but a complete code rewrite will shift the focus to redevelopment. As a part of that plan, mixed use areas are major component. I live near what is likely to be the first attempt at mixed use. I will be waiting to see how many dark boxes in my neighborhood are redeveloped.
 
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