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Council addresses variety of issues


As discussed at last week’s workshop meeting, Arlington City Council was scheduled this Monday to vote on a third loan from the Growth Fund for almost $96,000, bringing the total for this year up to $312,226.

The amount budgeted for the inter-fund loan is $186,000, according to Finance Director Kristin Garcia, in documents.

Council was also scheduled to vote this Monday on waiving land use fees for the Arlington Fly-In. Council approved a similar resolution last year when the FAA concurred that this was an appropriate event in which fees could be waived as it is an aeronautical use that promotes Goodwill in the community and offers educational opportunities in aviation.

At the Planning Commission meeting on May 2, two projects are being reviewed.

Real Property Investors is requesting design review of a 14,670-square-foot drugstore and possible future development of a 2,000 square foot coffee shop. The project would replace the existing cabinet shop in the northwest corner of the 204th Street and SR 9 intersection. The project site of two parcels is within the city’s general commercial zone. The drugstore is proposed on 1.54 acres. The coffee shop might be proposed in the future on .69 acres. This design review is for the proposed drugstore only.

Synthesis PLLC and 710 Farms is proposing a 48,177-square-foot manufacturing building with office to replace the current building on 67th Avenue south of 188th Street. The new building will be sited within the same footprint as the existing building. The proposal includes an improved parking area, new landscape area and screening of the mechanical equipment on about 2.5 acres.


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