Mesa tries to end downtown ‘Grid’ lock

By Gary Nelson | East Valley Tribune

Mesa City Council wrapped up a busy year on Dec. 8 by trying to jump-start a stalled residential project that’s now just steel skeleton in the heart of downtown.

The final agenda of 2021 also included approval of more downtown housing, an east-side industrial development, utility rate increases, new technology to protect firefighters, new regulations for food trucks and a contract to ensure adequate staffing for the plants that supply Mesa’s drinking water.

Construction on a ballyhooed residential complex on city-owned land next to Benedictine University on the south side of Main Street began in March 2020.

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