Zoning changes have been requested for a land tract southeast of Rapid City, reports the Rapid City Journal.
The change from "no-use" to "residential and commercial" would allow for developers to build multi-family apartments, and affordable single family residential units on the land. Homes will be priced between $140,000 and $190,000. Preliminary approval was given for zoning changes by the Rapid City Zoning Board of Adjustment and Planning Commission, and a traffic impact study was ordered to address concerns of those currently residing nearby. The zoning change will be considered by the full Rapid City Council during its March 20 meeting.
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