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Despite some opposition to the proposal for a development that includes a new CVS Pharmacy on the NWC of 27th & Old Cheney, the Planning Commission approved the zoning change from office to retail oriented. The zoning changes allows Assurity Life Insurance Co. to tear down the office building on the corner to make room for a 13,300-square-foot CVS and an attached 8,500-square-foot retail building. An 11,700-square-foot retail and office combo building would be built later with an 8,700-square-foot office building being the final piece.
The proposal will now go in front of the City Council in 2 1/2 weeks. To read the full Journal Star article, click here.
Last night after almost 3 hours of city leaders and private citizens testifying on whether a portion of the arena financing should be put to a public vote on the May 11th primary election ballot, the Lincoln City Council voted 6-0 for it. Lincoln is one step closer!
The Lincoln City Council will be voting on Monday on whether to put a proposed arena project on the May 11th primary election ballot. The council will also be asked to approve agreements to form a joint public agency with the University of Nebraska to finance the project and for the men’s and women’s basketball teams to play in the arena. Read more on the proposed Haymarket arena.
To go to the public hearing…3pm Monday at the County-City Building, 555 S. 10th Street.