Tempe, Arizona (3TV/CBS 5) — It’s officially official: Arizona Coyote’s proposed arena and entertainment district is set to be voted on in May. Did. If all three are approved, the developer will be allowed to begin construction of his $2.1 billion arena and entertainment district at the corner of Priest Drive at the edge of Rio Salado Parkway and Tempetown Lake. Supporters said he submitted more than twice as many signatures as he needed for the May 16 ballot, according to the city. “Propositions 301, 302, and 303 represent a win-win for Tempe without putting taxpayers or the City at risk. It will generate hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue and public benefit for the city and its residents,” said Tempe Winds, Commission Chair, Business.
The district proposal faced several votes in front of the city council, including the Nov. 29 vote that allowed supporters to sign ballots. only. The project has faced opposition from people worried about traffic and from Phoenix Sky Harbor, who are worried about the construction of flight paths. The May 16th ballot will be done entirely by mail, and he must register to vote by April 17th to participate.
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