Barney Farms residential rezoning request approved for south of Mesa industrial area

William J. Jabjiniak, economic development director for the city of Mesa, right, addresses members of the Queen Creek Town Council during a public hearing Sept. 21 on rezoning changes to the proposed Barney Farms residential community. Mr. Jabjiniak requested a continuance on the matter. /Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller
William J. Jabjiniak, economic development director for the city of Mesa, right, addresses members of the Queen Creek Town Council during a public hearing Sept. 21 on rezoning changes to the proposed Barney Farms residential community. Mr. Jabjiniak requested a continuance on the matter. /Independent Newspapers/Wendy Miller

(Note: Rose Law Group represents the Barney family)

By Wendy Miller/ Independent Newspapers

After nine months of discussions, the Queen Creek Town Council approved motions to move forward the proposed Barney Farms residential community at the north end of the community.

The council rejected requests for a continuance by area business people and a local municipality, saying the latter could have discussed their issues earlier, Councilwoman Julia Wheatley said during a phone interview.

The voting took place after two public hearings during the council’s Sept. 21 meeting at Queen Creek Town Hall, 22350 S. Ellsworth Road.

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