Storage, Campground Proposals Denied

January 9, 2014 by   - () Comments Off on Storage, Campground Proposals Denied

A government commission shut down a developer’s plans to build a storage facility or a campground, saying neither fit in with the proposed site, the Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star reported.

The three-acre site on the south side of Nebraska Highway 2 has been undeveloped for nearly 25 years, mainly because it is zoned residential and is not attractive as a residential use, said Peter Katt, an attorney for developer Monte Froehlich.

Froehlich has a contract to buy the site and wants to change the zoning to highway commercial so he can develop a self-storage warehouse. He also offered an alternative development of a campground that wouldn’t require the zoning to be changed.

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