Concord neighborhood oppose zoning change proposal for 500-unit self-storage facility

Concord neighborhood oppose zoning change proposal for 500-unit self-storage facility

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Concord neighborhood oppose zoning change proposal for 500-unit self-storage facility

CONCORD – A developer is proposing a zoning change that could bring a nearly 500-unit self-storage facility to Union Street South near Warren C. Coleman Boulevard in Concord.

Homeowners in the area are opposed to the proposed development.

They say they were shocked when they learned about the zoning change, and possible construction of storage units, on a sign on a telephone pole.

“I’ve heard from the people across the street and maybe 20-some people on the Nextdoor app,” said Chris Criner, who owns a home in the residential neighborhood. “They are also pretty upset about it. It was almost like they tried to sneak one by us…..

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