(Via City of Flagstaff)
By Abigail Kessler | AZ Daily Sun
The City of Flagstaff Planning and Zoning Commission heard presentations and public comments Wednesday on Northern Arizona Healthcare’s (NAH) plans to build a new Health and Wellness Village near Fort Tuthill County Park.
The meeting was the first of two public hearings on the topic before Planning and Zoning will make a motion on whether to send the plans to city council. The next hearing is set for April 12 and will be held at the Aquaplex (1702 N. 4th St.) rather than City Hall.
Both city staff and NAH presented details of the project, and gave the commission an opportunity to ask questions and discuss the proposal with more specificity.
While the request was split into two items — a specific plan and concept zoning map amendment — staff gave one presentation that covered both.
A specific plan is a more detailed look at a part of the city’s regional plan. When a rezoning request comes with one, according to the presentation, that plan can also be a development master plan.