Cordovana officially without use permit for Windmill House

Joe Cordovana, trustee of La Vacara Trust, which owns the Windmill House in Chino Valley, has decided to close down the event center rather than provide a 25 foot right of way dedication to the town.

By Matt Santos

Chino Valley Review

Council members may finally have put to rest one of the longest running and most contentious issues the town has faced in the past decade, that of the Windmill House Event Center.

During the Sept. 25 council meeting, Associate Planner David Nicolella presented a recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission to repeal an ordinance containing the 15-year Conditional Use Permit that Cordovana has held for several years and which he renewed in November 2011.


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