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Tucson city council rejects hotel plan at base of Catalina Foothills

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Tucson City Hall

By Joe Ferguson | Arizona Daily Star

An annexation plan that included rezoning for development of a four-story hotel, a restaurant and town houses at the base of the Catalina Foothills has been rejected by the Tucson City Council.

The proposal called for the city to annex the land on North Campbell Avenue just north of East River Road and rezone it for the project.

Some 200 residents packed the council meeting Wednesday night to oppose the plan.

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