STOP! Rezoning 5ac. Mining Camp Restaurant site from 'legal non-conforming' CR-1A to C-2
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A change of zoning of this 5 acre site is about the FUTURE USE of this site! Currently the Mining Camp Restaurant has "grandfathered-in status" in our CR-1A residential neighborhood. HOWEVER A CHANGE OF ZONING to C-2 commercial via a PAD overlay would negatively impact the neighborhood by ALLOWING any of the following businesses to REPLACE the restaurant: motel/hotel; offices; "light manufacturing" or retail sales up to 100,000 gross sq. ft. with 40 ft. high buildings; drive-though food service; bar/night club; dog kennels; or sale/rental of autos, RVs, motorcycles. We know that the controlling document of a PAD overlay can be amended and evolve over time so it looks nothing like the original. A RELEVANT FACT: The PROPERTY WILL NOT ALWAYS BE IN THE HANDS OF THE CURRENT OWNER AND ZONING GOES WITH THE PROPERTY; SO FUTURE OWNER(S) WILL NOT BE BOUND BY CURRENT PROMISES. Consider also noise disturbance, increased traffic on Mining Camp St., property values, increased health and environmental risks and other impacts of such businesses. This neighborhood is KNOWN FOR its peaceful views of the ICONIC Superstition Mountain and it's nature trails through beautiful and pristine National Forest and Wilderness. Let's keep it that way! STOP! any zoning change on this 5 acre plot of land.
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