Truck stop plan rejected in Santa Fe County | KOB 4

Truck stop plan rejected in Santa Fe County Web Staff
May 09, 2018 02:33 PM

SANTA FE, N.M. – Santa Fe County commissioners rejected a proposal to build a controversial Pilot Flying J truck stop.


The Santa Fe New Mexican reports hundreds of people turned out for Tuesday's public hearing.

Commissioners approved a plan for the lot, allowing hotels, a convenience store, fast food restaurants and other light industrial uses to eventually be built in the spot off I-25 and New Mexico Highway 14, but not a Pilot Flying J.

They said the truck stop was inconsistent with allowable land use rules.

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