Residents object to deep cut in Pinal residential-industrial buffer

By Mark Cowling | Pinal Central

FLORENCE — Gold Canyon residents spoke against an ordinance that slashes the required buffer between industrial and residential areas from one mile to 660 feet.

“An 87% reduction up front is not fair and doesn’t consider current citizens,” a member of the Gold Canyon Homeowners Alliance told the Pinal County Board of Supervisors Wednesday. “Maybe a mile isn’t reasonable, but I don’t think 660 feet is either.” A distance of 660 feet is from Butte Avenue to Circle K in Florence, county planning staff member Evan Evangelopoulos told the board.

Lou Hanson of Gold Canyon also opposed 660 feet and predicted a decline in home values and traffic problems.

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