ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Albuquerque city councilors took up a proposal that would give an assisted living facility the green light to move in next door to a westside golf course. The facility is asking to rezone a property next to Paradise Hill Golf Course as residential. The golf course worries it could hinder business and lead to noise complaints from residents living so close to the course.
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The developer argues it would strengthen the residential character of the neighborhood. The proposal was introduced June 6 and referred to the Land Use and Zoning committee. The Environmental Planning Commission previously approved it.