UPDATED: Tapawingo Homeowners Want More Information on Proposed Cultural Center
A longtime Sunset Hills resident wants to preserve a piece of residential land for artistic and historic use, but nearby residents want to know how new traffic to the Paraclete Fathers property will impact their roads.
A longtime Sunset Hills resident believes preserving a piece of his family's land will not only prove to be a memorial to his heritage, but to the city's history. While some neighbors flat-out oppose public activities at the former Paraclete Fathers property, others want more information on a proposed cultural center's wear and tear to their residential streets.
The majority of the city's planning and zoning commission members approved a recommendation made by Alwal Moore to include cultural centers as a conditional use in R-1 zones, but tabled the decision to recommend a cultural center on the Paracletes property, in the Tapawingo subdivision, until next month's meeting.
Several neighbors to the property expressed their concern over the center's proposed uses, and generally wanted more information on its impact to the area's homeowners.
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