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Residents Push Back against Aurora’s Plans to Rezone Properties It Owns for Possible Future Sale

Residents criticized Aurora’s city government for a proposal to change the zoning on two properties owned by the city to prepare them for sale because the land is used by neighbors for recreation. While the city agreed to retain one parcel as a park, aldermen put the other decision on hold and did not rule out the possibility of a future sale.

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