Prescott corridor’s a plan for future criticized nowThe north-south corridor has been proposed as a new highway bypass of Prescott in the future and is being debated.
Prescott corridor’s a plan for future criticized now
By Bill Kirk
PRESCOTT—Either it’s seen as a reasonable preparation for future growth or an unneeded detriment to the community.
The north-south corridor has been proposed as a new highway bypass of Prescott in the future. The proposal was recommended for approval by the city’s planning commission earlier this month on a 4-3 vote and is scheduled for action by the full city council at its Monday, April 9, meeting.
Designating such a corridor originated with the comprehensive plan created for the city in 2000 and updated in 2002, according to Prescott Mayor Mike Hunter.
Read more in the print version of the Herald March 21.