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Fayetteville planning commissioners sign off on extending, downgrading Rolling Hills Drive

By Stacy Ryburn

This article was published March 13, 2018 at 1:00 a.m.

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NWA Democrat-Gazette/STACY RYBURN Nicole Claesen speaks Monday during a Fayetteville Planning Commission meeting. Several residents spoke during a proposed change to the city's street plan that includes Rolling Hills Drive.

Other items

The commission also approved:

• Allowing Central EMS to operate out of a 3,200-square-foot building at 833 N. Crossover Road. The land was previously zoned for single-family homes, although the building was originally a fire station and most recently a fire marshal’s office.

• Allowing TheatreSquared to have less window area on the outside of the resident building being constructed with its new facility at West Avenue and Spring Street than city regulations require. The first floor of the west side of the building will look into the sleeping rooms of resident artists.

In a separate issue, Alli Quinlan resigned from the commission as of March 1. Quinlan stated in a letter to the city that her architecture and landscape design firm had several opportunities for projects come its way, and pursuing those projects while serving on the commission could present the appearance of impropriety. The city’s Nominating Committee for various positions on board, commissions and committees meets Wednesday, with the City Council hearing those appointments March 20.

Source: Staff report

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FAYETTEVILLE -- Including an extension of Rolling Hills Drive on the city's streets plan will better connect residents from east to west and serve as a guide to possible development, the Planning Commission decided Monday.

Other items

The commission also approved:

• Allowing Central EMS to operate out of a 3,200-square-foot building at 833 N. Crossover Road. The land was previously zoned for single-family homes, although the building was originally a fire station and most recently a fire marshal’s office.

• Allowing TheatreSquared to have less window area on the outside of the resident building being constructed with its new facility at West Avenue and Spring Street than city regulations require. The first floor of the west side of the building will look into the sleeping rooms of resident artists.

In a separate issue, Alli Quinlan resigned from the commission as of March 1. Quinlan stated in a letter to the city that her architecture and landscape design firm had several opportunities for projects come its way, and pursuing those projects while serving on the commission could present the appearance of impropriety. The city’s Nominating Committee for various positions on board, commissions and committees meets Wednesday, with the City Council hearing those appointments March 20.

Source: Staff report

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