A look at St. Anthony Park zoning history

As the Bugle went to print this month, representatives from District 12’s Land Use Efficiency Group were asking for public comment on proposed zoning code revisions in the St. Anthony Park neighborhood.

The action group will ask the District 12 Land Use Committee for its support in code changes that would allow accessory dwelling units to be built on some properties in St. Anthony Park at the committee’s regular meeting on Thursday, April 3, at 7 p.m. at South St Anthony Rec Center, 890 Cromwell Ave. If the committee approves the action group’s proposal, it will then be presented to the full District 12 Community Council on Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m. at the rec center.

To read about the proposed changes, go to www.sapcc.org and click on “Accessory Dwelling Units.” As new zoning changes are proposed for St. Anthony Park, let’s take a look at the neighborhood’s zoning history. This article is part of the Bugle’s Who Are We? series, which uses census data and other statistics to examine the history of our area.

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