City Spurns Rezoning; Project Off? CLINTON -- By a 4-1 vote, Clinton City Council members Tuesday night rejected a proposal to rezone some 40 acres of farm land to pave 700-unit housing is part of ap- way for a development. The tract proximately 100 acres owned Arnold Bingham, who had hoped to develop the area planned unit community with single homes and condominums. The request for rezoning was made by Mr. Bingham and Allen Jackson of Ogden, project developer. The land is located at about 1800 N. and 3500 W. Part of is GUN stand has lies in Clinton, another 40 in West Point and 20 a^res unincorporated areas of Davis County central Salt Lake City County. I MOVED TO DENY A motion to deny the request to rezone agricultural the area from to residential for multiple dwellings came from Councilman Neldon Monroe. Mr. Monroe said he was against the plan because Clinton had just completed a process rezoning the entire city so citizens would know what the environment would be and determine where they would live. "This project does not fit," said. Councilman William Willoughby was the lone member to favor the proposal. Before their regular session, members of the City Council here conferred with the West Point Council to "iron out" possible differences over the land. West Point Mayor Loy F. Blake said his council had voted on the proposal because had not reached that stage. He said, however, the council had approved a motion to j the.area now within West boundaries as part of the city, should the project materialize, SPECULATION Lake There had been speculation that the land would be annexed saw j or deannexed to put in one community. Clinton held a public hearing on the rezoning Sept. 25. lems B r u c e Jackson, Allen tn3i i/miton s rejection nocc inf *i ., Ilcao lU'lcIlUcU lO SpCHK 111 : .SÂ£ wSe^Ul be rtoSLsd ' enure project wm DC stopped. a]s R _ Revsrlv .He said the company may l consider building on the other sev- Rod Sutton, Davis County planning director, said at the! meeting that as far as the county's 20 acres were con-1 the'cerned, it was normal policy concrete accept what the neighboring communities wanted and zone accordingly.