At its April 5 meeting the Fresno Planning Commission moved forward a 32-unit apartment complex in North Fresno and the expansion of Meras Water Solutions in Southeast Fresno.

April 5, 2023 — Fresno Planning Commission

Documented by Ntsa Iab Vang

What happened: The City of Fresno’s Planning Commission met on April 5 and approved a conditional use permit for Meras Water Solutions to add a 25,695 square-foot building with a two-truck loading dock in Southeast Fresno on East Dorothy Avenue.

According to its operational statement, the company will use the facility to store a “variety of environmentally hazardous chemicals solely for the purpose of water treatment service.”

And also: The commission moved forward a rezone to allow the development of a 32-unit multifamily apartment complex located on North Chestnut Avenue.

Up next: The Fresno Planning Commission will meet again on May 3.

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