Planning commission recommends commercial rezone

An area that has been targeted as potential commercial space for several decades could be occupied by an office within the next year should the recommendation of the Hastings Planning Commission succeed.

Alan Anderson owns three lots on North Shore Drive, just west of Osborne Drive West, near the entrance to the Lake Hastings residential neighborhood and opposite the Adams County Convention and Visitor Center.

Anderson and his son, Corey Anderson, requested to rezone the second lot of the plat from R-1 urban single family residential to C-O, commercial office district. Corey Anderson currently operates Anderson Chiropractic Clinic at Crosier Park Professional Center and wants to relocate the business to the North Shore site.

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