Cottonwood Planning commission to take first look at Skyline Apartments

The Cottonwood Planning Commission returns to the proposal for the Skyline apartments conversion to a condominium and construction of 43 additional units.

Realtor Phil Moyer, an adjacent property owner, has organized a protest to the plan, citing growing pressure on the few collector streets in an area that has a growing number of multi-family construction plus an additional unit recently approved.

Moyer says he is prepared to present signatures of 73 nearby property owners in protest of the traffic plan.

Based on the documentation presented in the protest, especially an independently commissioned traffic study, the board delayed consideration of the project until the next meeting, which is Monday evening.

The board will also look at a proposal for the new concept to consider a model for an off premise sign. Such signs are not now permitted.

The board has also be asked for a conditional use permit to use two parcels at the corner of S. 7th Street as an impound yard and to allow an additional sign on the new Cottonwood Covenant Dental clinic on SR 260.

The board meets Monday night at 6 p.m. in the Cottonwood Council chambers.

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