Residents oppose group home in Coolidge neighborhood

By Rofida Khairalla | Coolidge Examiner

A potential group home proposed for a residential subdivision in Coolidge got a thumbs down from a planning panel after receiving some backlash from area residents.

The city’s Planning and Zoning Commission at its Oct. 10 meeting denied a conditional use permit application for a group home proposed for the Landmark Ranch Subdivision in a 3-2 vote.

The group home, as put forth by Kewala Corporation, would accommodate three patients and one caretaker. Kewala Corporation is a behavioral therapy residential service provider that specializes in assisted living for adults and operates a similar facility in Florence.

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