Rogers Planning Commissioners Reject Multifamily Housing Complex

Posted: March 5, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Planning commissioners rejected on Tuesday a permit for apartments near Scottsdale Center, citing traffic volume and the density of the complex.

At A Glance

Planning Commission

Rogers’ Planning Commissioners met Tuesday and approved:

• A plan for Mount Carmel Community, 2200 W. Laurel Ave., a residential multifamily-six units per acre zone.

• A plan for Allcare Pharmacy at 216 S. 13th St., a highway commercial zone.

• A plan for Kindergrove Daycare at 700 S. 28th St., an agriculture zone.

• A request for a temporary concession trailer at Frisco Station Mall.

Source: Staff Report

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