Saturday, January 12, 2002

Westwood weighs Harrison Ave. plan

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        At the Westwood Civic Association meeting Tuesday, representatives from Anchor Associates will discuss development plans for about a block along Harrison Avenue, between Temple and Boudinot avenues.

        Plans are to build a new Walgreen Drug Store and Firstar Bank.

        The existing commercial buildings have already been optioned, but for the development to proceed, a zone change is needed for a small vacant parcel on Verdin Avenue that is zoned residential, said Ed Mangold, Cincinnati senior planner. The zone-change request has not yet been made, he said.

        The civic association meets at 7:30 at the Westwood Town Hall, 3017 Harrison Ave.


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