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Rezone approved for storage unit project

Acreage boxed in yellow is the proposed site of a multi-story, climate-controlled, self-storage enterprise. The Kingman City Council has approved commercial zoning for the project. Photo courtesy of the City of Kingman

KINGMAN – A self-storage project advances following rezoning approval during the May 21 Kingman City Council meeting. The 2.1-acre parcel located at the northeast quadrant of the N. Bank Street and Kino Avenue intersection is being changed from Rural Residential to Commercial: Community Business.
“The applicant has indicated that the intent, if this rezone is approved, is to move forward with an application for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) to build a multi-story self-storage facility,” said interim Development Services Director Mike Rodriguez.
Kathy Tackett-Hicks, the applicant for property owner Pink Daisy Properties, LLC, said the climate-controlled facility would not exceed the 50- ft. height limit. She said the general plan anticipated commercial development in the corridor.
Some citizens have expressed concern about traffic, noise, light and view obstruction. 
Council member Keith Walker said the proposed storage operation will be less disruptive and intrusive than other development.
“I live in a neighborhood where I have a Planet Fitness. I’d rather have a mini-storage in my neighborhood than a Planet Fitness,” Walker said. “We get 600 (vehicle) cycles in a day in that neighborhood. I personally wouldn’t have a problem with one of these in my neighborhood.”
Additional project detail will come in the CUP application.
Dave Hawkins