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Plans Changing for Industrial Proposal at Mogul (Subscriber Content)

By John Seelmeyer
The project known as Reno Gateway Business Park would be built on about 28 acres on the south side of Interstate 80 near the Mogul exit.

A proposed industrial and mini-storage development at Mogul has returned to the drawing boards, and it’s uncertain when the proposal will be reviewed again by the Reno Planning Commission.

The project known as Reno Gateway Business Park would be built on about 28 acres on the south side of Interstate 80 near the Mogul exit.

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Pamela McNeil April 14, 2019 - 1:45 pm

The developer, Rubicon, has told me by phone that he expects to have another community meeting in May and possibly go before the Planning Commission in June. The original application was submitted in March 2018 when the previous Master Plan was in effect. If the Planning Commission had denied the project on March 20, 2019, the developer would have needed to submit a new application which would be subject to the new Master Plan. It has not yet been explained what conditions would change if the project was subject to the new Master Plan. And, it was also interesting that the project was postponed during the Planning Commission meeting. I would think the developer knew that he intended to postpone prior to that evening.

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