City Council rezones land for Keystone senior facility

Patrick Fisher, Staff Writer

The New Prague City Council approved rezoning of four acres of land from commercial to residential, another step in the process toward building an 80-unit senior living apartment complex in the community.

The action, taken at the request of Keystone Communities, LLC, required the city to amend its comprehensive plan. The council approved the action on a 3-0 vote, with Mayor W.A. Bink Bender and Councilmember Kay Wilcox abstaining due to a conflict of interest.

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