Families file claim against city over rezoning for new Tucson Fry’s store

The empty lot at 22nd and Houghton, under consideration for a zoning change to accommodate a Fry’s grocery store. Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star

Several families living close to a planned Fry’s grocery store on Tucson’s east side have filed a claim threatening to sue the city over the rezoning of the 16-acre property.

The city failed to meet the state’s Open Meeting Law when a key detail — the size of the grocery store — changed right before a key City Council meeting about the parcel’s rezoning, says the claim filed Friday by Daniel and Patricia Porzio, the Dorr Family Trust and the Alfredo and Michelle Lares Living Trust. The store’s size got smaller in the revised plans.

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