Planning Commission to Discuss Future of Benedictine Monastery

The City of Tucson Planning Commission this week will continue its study session discussion of the Benedictine Monastery. The meeting takes place tomorrow, Oct. 10, at 6 p.m. in the Mayor and Council Chambers at City Hall, 255 W. Alameda.

The Mayor and Tucson City Council in May voted to begin the process to designate the Benedictine Monastery as a historic landmark. Council Member Steve Kozachik brought the proposal forward to remove the potential threat of demolishing the Benedictine Monastery as a developer and architect plan to build apartments on the midtown parcel at 800 N. Country Club Road.

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