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Casa Grande City Council OKs rezone for amusement park

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Cameron Carter at yesterday’s Casa Grande City Council meeting, discussing Dreamport Villages

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Block Sports Group

By Heather Smathers | Casa Grande Dispatch

CASA GRANDE — The Casa Grande City Council voted 7-0 Wednesday night to approve a rezone change of 1,500 acres for a proposed amusement park, setting the stage for the massive project to begin construction.

The land along Interstate 8 was rezoned for a planned area development to include Dreamport Villages, a proposed extreme sports park.

The Block Sports Group, parent company of Dreamport Villages, also plans to include residential and commercial spaces.

Dreamport Villages received a favorable recommendation from the Planning and Zoning Commission in March.

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Tweeted by Pinal Partnership during the meeting: 

Councilmember Powell thinks #DreamportVillages has the perfect location. This is a great way to pay for infrastructure. @cgazgov

The trend of @cgazgov citizens is they are in support of #DreamportVillages for various reasons, says a gentleman speaking in support.

Nearby resident & Nature’s Own Florists owner gives emotional statement in support of #DreamportVillages. Will bring more value to @cgazgov

Mayor McFarland thanked everyone involved on project, especially @cgazgov staff. He is in support of #DreamportVillages. New sales tax $!

#DreamportVillages South PAD will feature “The Wild” with animal habitats and exhibits. North PAD will have amusement park, etc.

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