Denison City Council To Discuss Approving New Apartment Complex - KTEN.com - No One Gets You Closer

Denison City Council To Discuss Approving New Apartment Complex

Posted:
  • Texoma HeadlinesMore>>

  • Push To Legalize Marijuana in Oklahoma Continues with New Petition

    Push To Legalize Marijuana in Oklahoma Continues with New Petition

    BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- The push to legalize marijuana in Oklahoma continues. Supporters have been out across the state urging people to sign a petition for medical marijuana and Thursday they were out More >>
    BRYAN COUNTY, OK -- The push to legalize marijuana in Oklahoma continues. Supporters have been out across the state urging people to sign a petition for medical marijuana and Thursday they were out More >>
  • Sherman Apartment Dwellers Sweat It Out After A/C Unit Breaks Down

    Sherman Apartment Dwellers Sweat It Out After A/C Unit Breaks Down

    SHERMAN, TX -- Some people in Sherman were sweating it out after the air conditioning stopped working at their apartment building, and the manager wasn't keen on talking with KTEN.More >>
    SHERMAN, TX -- Some people in Sherman were sweating it out after the air conditioning stopped working at their apartment building, and the manager wasn't keen on talking with KTEN.More >>
  • 2 Arrested after Denison Robbery Investigation

    2 Arrested after Denison Robbery Investigation

    DENISON, TX -- Police have arrested the two men they say robbed the Best Western hotel in Denison Wednesday. 21 year-old Bradley Ryan Robinson was arrested Wednesday in Mckinney by Denison More >>
    DENISON, TX -- Police have arrested the two men they say robbed the Best Western hotel in Denison Wednesday. 21 year-old Bradley Ryan Robinson was arrested Wednesday in Mckinney by Denison More >>
DENISON, TX -- City council members will take up approval of another new apartment complex at their meeting tonight.

This one would be located at the northeast corner of F.M. 84 and F.M. 91.

That's diagonally across from Fairview Cemetery.
     
Planning and zoning director Faye Brockett says it would be an 80-unit complex, and expand in stages to around 200 units.

The Planning and Zoning Commission has already approved it.

Now the matter goes before City Council at their 6 p.m. meeting on Monday night.

Developer Buck Paschall would like to construct apartments, but Brockett says they don't know how long it will take to completely build out.

The property is owned by Medical Air Services Association.