The Redding City Council will hear appeals from residents this evening before voting on whether to allow bethel church to move forward with a new a massive expansion.
The topic of this proposed campus is a hot topic especially with residents in the city's northeast side where the project is slated to go in.
The city received 21 letters of appeal mostly from neighborhood residents concerned about issues ranging from traffic and property values to water consumption.
One resident says the city needs to not give so much weight to students who only spend a few months out of the year here.
Representatives from Bethel Church say that this is the ninth public meeting since 2013 where residents have had the opportunity to weigh in with concerns.
They have listened to the public and are taking steps to minimize the impact their campus may have on those currently living in the area.
The meeting begins at 6pm in the city council chambers right next to Redding City Hall.
Public input will be taken at the beginning of the meeting, the topic will be the last item addressed.
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