BY DORIS B. TRUHLAR
An annexation of 49 acres of land in southern Centennial was approved unanimously on second reading by the Centennial City Council Monday night. The property, known as the Inova III annexation, is southeast of East Easter Avenue and South Lima Street.
Addresses of the property, which is in District 3 of Centennial, are 7150 S. Moline Way, 7350 S. Moline Way, 7344 S. Moline Way, 7272 S. Moline Way and 11550 E. Easter Avenue.
The council also approved initial zoning on the property of Business Park 100. The property will not include any residential buildings and will have no drive-through restaurants or sexually based businesses. It may have offices, light industrial businesses, and some heavy industrial businesses, provided the heavy industrial is compatible with the other businesses on the property.
Andrea Suhaka, a former councilwoman and a member of the Centennial Planning and Zoning Commission, spoke against the zoning, stating that the city should not allow BP 100 zoning within a few feet of a Centennial Airport runway. Suhaka was out of town and was excused at the meeting of the Planning and Zoning Commission when the proposed zoning was unanimously recommended for council approval. Suhaka said she was not speaking as a member of the commission but was providing her own opinion in regard to the zoning.
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