The Greeley City Council on Tuesday tentatively approved a rezoning request that will open the door for a 68-unit, independent living senior housing complex in west Greeley. The requested rezoning applies to a little more than four acres of now-vacant land at the southeast corner of 71st Avenue and 19th Street, next to the Kum & Go convenience store at 71st Avenue and 20th Street. Erik Briscoe, on behalf of Continuum Health Management LLC, applied for the rezoning, which will move to residential high density from commercial high intensity, paving the way for more housing options in an area featuring businesses and condominiums. The Tuesday approval was an introduction and first reading of an ordinance that would change the zoning map, and the city is set to have a final reading Jan. 16.
Source: Greeley Tribune