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Bentonville Commission Approves Downtown Plan

Posted: January 22, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Development downtown is closer to moving southeast as the Planning Commission approved the Southeast Downtown Area Plan at its Tuesday meeting.

At A Glance

Commission Action

Bentonville’s Planning Commission met Tuesday and approved:

Gateway Park Phase 1 plans at Southwest Rainbow Farms Road and Southwest Regional Airport Boulevard

Rezoning the southwest corner of Southwest Regional Airport Boulevard and Southwest Rainbow Farms Road from general commercial to industrial so Cross Mar Investments and Glass Investments can build a warehouse and distribution center

Rezoning of about 120 acres west of Peach Orchard Road and Northwest of Lowes Avenue from agricultural to general commercial

The preliminary plat for Green Acres, a one and half acre, four-lot single family residential subdivision at 1005 N.W. A St.

Source: Staff Report

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