Coolidge amends zoning code to make way for potential recycling center

By Rofida Khairralla

COOLIDGE — A recycling center might just find a home in Coolidge, “might” being the key word.

The Coolidge City Council voted Monday to rework the city’s zoning code to make the development of a recycling center possible within the city limits.

According to Development Services Director Gilbert Lopez, the decision to amend the zoning code came shortly after the city received an inquiry about industrial zoning compatibility with regard to a recycling center and quickly discovered a major oversight in the city’s general plan.


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