Agreement would keep solar farms off of ag land in Coolidge

By Taylor Griffith | Pinal Central

COOLIDGE — A five-month-long effort among local farmers and residents to remove solar projects from the list of conditional uses on agriculturally zoned land is awaiting City Council approval after last week’s Planning and Zoning meeting.

The commission came to an agreement with residents to amend a prior zoning condition set in place in October. That condition allows 20% of available agricultural land in Coolidge for solar usage. If the amendment is approved by the council, solar will no longer be an approved use on more v land.

Resident Debbie Neely was the first to speak during the call to the public on the amendment approval on April 6. She was one of many citizens who worked closely with City Manager Rick Miller on the matter.

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