Addiction treatment facility won’t be allowed in Topeka office area

Topeka's mayor and city council Tuesday evening rejected a proposed change in zoning that would have allowed a licensed addiction treatment center to operate in this building at 3300 S.W. Van Buren.

A proposed addiction treatment method heart will not likely be authorized in a Topeka spot occupied mostly by small business workplaces.

Topeka’s mayor and metropolis council Tuesday night turned down a proposed zoning adjust that would have enabled developer Makayla Girodat to set up for the building at 3300 S.W. Van Buren to be utilised for that objective.

The proposed use was inconsistent with the character of that neighborhood, reported Councilman and Deputy Mayor Neil Dobler, who was among the those people who voted in the the vast majority.

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Arranging fee supported proposed rezoning

Topeka’s mayor and council on Tuesday deemed changing zoning for the constructing at 3300 S.W. Van Buren from I-1 Gentle Industrial District to O&I2 Workplace and Institutional District.