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March 7, 2013

Council approves zoning change

Ada —  

A request to rezone the property at 109 E. Arlington won approval Monday from the Ada City Council.

The council voted 5-0 to change the property’s zoning classification from I-2 light industrial to C-2 general commercial, Mayor Greg McCortney said Wednesday.

James and Shelley Hamby have contracted to buy the vacant lot at 109 E. Arlington, which measures approximately 6,250 square feet, according to information from the Ada Metropolitan Area Planning and Zoning Commission. The applicants proposed constructing a storage building on the lot for their personal use.

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