By Frank Espinoza | YourValley
Buckeye City Council sat down on Tuesday night to hear a couple of rezoning requests for future housing developments.
The approves could bring as many as 400 housing units to the city.
Before any rezoning requests were heard, resident Judy Mullins questioned the city’s plans for future housing developments that have been approved, particularly multifamily projects.
“To me the city must have a plan now to address the issue which is a questionable short-term trend, in my opinion being pitched to all of these cities jurisdictions in the West Valley… Maybe be an update, an amendment to the zoning districts established in the general plan and development code,” Mullins stated.
Mullins had previously voiced her disapproval of the rezoning request for a multifamily housing complex on Thomas Road and Jackrabbit Trail as she lives nearby the proposed development site
The first rezoning request was the multifamily community on 16.44 acres that Mullins mentioned.