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Archive for October 6th, 2010

The LUC Committee is meeting on Thursday October 7th @ 3-5Pm, 149 S. Stone, 2nd floor to discuss sidewalk licensing which is important to street activity, the parking code and the infill incentive district, known as the IID

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Tucson is considering a Downtown Entertainment District The proposal is now in draft form, depicting boundaries for an entertainment district which would exempt the 300′ buffer from charter schools and churches from businesses obtaining liquor licenses.   A city of 500,000 population or more can have (3) districts in the State of Arizona.   That draft proposal outlines edges along U of A and Downtown historic neighborhoods.   It stands to provide another incentive for business and downtown revitalization along with other proposal like the Downtown Core District proposed by the Land Use Code Committee, the Downtown LINKS project and others.  One study that is an citizen based idea for incentives for contextual residential areas that surround the U of A and Downtown is the Urban University Edge Study It is in the form of a draft map of potential boundaries for a residential based housing and commercial incentive edge zones to benefit U of A historic neighborhoods, the U of A, downtown and 4th Avenue

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