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P&Z considers site plans

by | Jun 29, 2022 | Latest

The P&Z Commission considered a new site plan and a site plan amendment at the Tuesday, June 21, regular meeting.

The first site plan was for Validus Addition, a light industrial use complex on .620 acres, located west of the intersection of Martinez Lane and Kristen Lane.

City Planner Kevin Molina said the applicant asked to build two 5,590-square-foot buildings. One of the buildings will be for the applicant’s repackaging business and the other will be leased space.

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