Chinedum Ndukwe has started the construction on Victory Vistas, the 50-unit multi-family, senior living residential building. NANA worked with the Paddock Hills Assembly (PHA) to oppose the City Zoning Board’s approval of variances and special exceptions from setbacks, parking and refuse storage areas positioned at the front of the lot. Both NANA and PHA stated that Chinedum Ndukwe’s proposed Victory Vistas development is too large for the site and impacts a Hillside Overlay District. Our opposition was denied by the City and construction has begun. The original armory garage has been demolished and completely removed.
Neighbors must monitor the construction project to ensure there is no further degradation of our beautiful neighborhood. Chinedum Ndukwe attended the July NANA Executive Board meeting to continue discussions and developments in projects in our neighborhood, however he continues to withhold the information on the environmental concerns related to the property soil studies and remediation of the contamination requested multiple times by NANA and PHA. The City Zoning Administration approved multiple variances for construction that potentially put the hillside and our neighbor’s health at risk.
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Earlier reporting may be found in 2022 President’s Messages.