Hillside Self-Storage Project Denied in Fayetteville, Ark.

A new self-storage project proposed for a hillside in Fayetteville, Ark., was denied by the local planning commission.

A new self-storage project proposed for a hillside in Fayetteville, Ark., was denied by the local planning commission. Commissioners felt development of the picturesque parcel was environmentally inappropriate, unanimously voting to deny a conditional-use permit for the 43,541-square-foot facility. The plot is owned by the Ogden Family Trust, represented by developer Chad Childress.
 
Source: The Morning News (Fayetteville), Planning Commission Votes Against Storage Units And Scrap Metal Recycling

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