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Copper Heights Drug Rehabilitation facility
May 9, 2017 Hearing Results
At a hearing today they agreed to a consent order and withdrew their request for the zoning hearing. We do not yet have a copy of the consent agreement. We were advised that the residents of Dreamland Villa, the Dreamland Villa Retirement Community Board of Directors, and other interested neighborhood residents raised such a “ruckus” that the Copper Heights owners felt they would lose their zoning request. Residents of Dreamland Villa provided us with more than 80 letters opposing the continued use of this facility as a drug rehabilitation facility for under-aged persons.
Among other things we understand the consent agreement requires them to (1) stop congregating on the west end of their property, the primary source of foul language and cigarette smoke and (2) discontinue walking through any portion of the Dreamland Villa Subdivision. Should they violate any portion of the consent agreement, the fine is $1,000 per day.
The current Special Use Permit expires May 31, 2017. They have requested an eight month extension for the current permit in order to relocate their operation to a building at 70th Street and Main Street, Mesa.
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for June 7, 2017 has also been cancelled.
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