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State, Cowtown not reached agreement on contamination; rezoning case postponed

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Cowtown is located in far Northwest Peoria. /Philip Haldiman/Independent Newsmedia/YourValley.net

By Philip Haldiman | YourValley.net

A case to rezone Cowtown in North Peoria has been postponed because an agreement has not been reached between the shooting facility and the Arizona State Land Department, which says their surrounding land has been contaminated with lead from discharged ammunition.

Planner Lorie Dever said ASLD has not rescinded their letter of opposition to the rezoning, so the case has been rescheduled to be heard by the Planning Commission March 1.


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