Millet church to be sold, rezoned

The vacant St. John’s Anglican Church on 51st Ave. Millet was before town council at its Nov. 23 meeting to have its lot rezoned.

The vacant St. John’s Anglican Church on 51st Ave. Millet was before town council at its Nov. 23 meeting to have its lot rezoned.

First reading was carried to rezone the 0.07 acres of land from urban service and open space to downtown commercial district.

Council was informed the diocese wants to sell the building and the buyer is looking to convert it to professional office space.

Coppertree rezoning application

An amended rezoning application for Coppertree Lands was given first reading by Millet town council.

The land, which falls within Town of Millet borders is being sectioned up for reclassification to: medium density residential, low density residential, high density residential and direct control.

Coun. Pat Garrett moved first reading, which was passed unanimously, in preparation for a public hearing on the matter.

 

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