Developer defends Landings on Ocotillo project

By Ken Sain | Managing Editor

The folks who want to build a controversial affordable housing project in Chandler say there is a lot of misinformation circulating and they are eager to correct it.

The Landings on Ocotillo is proposed for about 25 acres east of Arizona Avenue on Ocotillo Road, just east of the railroad tracks behind a Target retail center.

The project has drawn the opposition of the City of Chandler and a large group of neighbors, primarily because of the amount of traffic they fear it will bring to what they consider already crowded streets.

The property would be built on a Maricopa County island, an unincorporated area surrounded by city land.

Therefore, it’s the County Board of Supervisors who will make the decision if the project happens or not. The County Planning & Zoning Commission is scheduled to discuss the case on Jan. 12. It is then the public can make comments.

Owen Metz, the senior vice president and project partner for the Mountain West Region for Dominium, said he meets with people often to talk about what they do. Dominium is the company hoping to build and manage the property.

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