The Fayetteville Planning Commission will consider the changes on July 9, but final approval must come from the City Council. The proposed alterations allegedly will put the plan in line with
Developer Ben Israel, who led the fight against road impact fees and has not even examined the street plan, said it needs to give developers incentive to build new commercial developments. Ben is a member of the Free Lunch Club that wants Fayetteville residents to provide more corporate welfare and to pay more taxes to subsidize the sprawl created by developers.
It will be interesting to see how anyone can justify taxpayer incentives to promote sprawl and increased traffic in view of the City Plan 2025, assuming anyone still takes it seriously.