Sunday, July 7, 2013
Home projects proposed in Scottsdale as economy heals
New-home projects are being proposed in Scottsdale by the dozen as the recession loosens its grip and the economy shows signs of recovery.
At Thursday’s meeting of the Development Review Board, aspects of three projects were considered. Earlier, the board had approved nine other projects. The review board is the first step in the approval process for home developers and others wishing to change zoning on a parcel of land. The board’s recommendations go to the Planning Commission and ultimately to the City Council.
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