Neighbors have concerns over new Yuma subdivision

By Mara Knaub | Yuma Sun

After protest from neighbors, the Yuma Planning and Zoning Commission sided with residents who urged officials to consider the traffic impact of a proposed subdivision.

The commission on Feb. 8 unanimously voted to table a final plat for the Terra Bella Unit 2 subdivision. Dahl, Robins and Associates, on behalf of Perricone Arizona Properties, had requested the approval of the final plat for the subdivision that would be located at the southwest corner of Avenue 5½ E and the 36th Street alignment.

Plans call for about 6.92 acres to be divided into 25 lots, ranging in size from about 9,120 square feet to 12,328 square feet.

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