Opponents of the $97 million campus proposed by Bethel Church for northeast Redding will get their say tomorrow night.
The issue is plans to build a church and school campus on 39 acres just north of Highway 299, east of Churn Creek Road.
The city planning commission has already approved the project, but citing traffic, noise, water and housing concerns, project opponents filed an appeal, and now it goes before the Redding city council at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
Plans also call for more than 1800 parking spaces.
Tomorrow's meeting begins at 6 p.m.
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