Crowds filled the Clovis City Hall meeting room where the Planning Commission on Thursday considered a proposal for a 102-bed behavioral health hospital in a Clovis industrial park northwest of Highway 168 and Clovis Avenue.
Crowds filled the Clovis City Hall meeting room where the Planning Commission on Thursday considered a proposal for a 102-bed behavioral health hospital in a Clovis industrial park northwest of Highway 168 and Clovis Avenue. CRESENCIO DELGADO-RODRIGUEZ cdelgado@fresnobee.com
Crowds filled the Clovis City Hall meeting room where the Planning Commission on Thursday considered a proposal for a 102-bed behavioral health hospital in a Clovis industrial park northwest of Highway 168 and Clovis Avenue. CRESENCIO DELGADO-RODRIGUEZ cdelgado@fresnobee.com

Clovis planning commissioners postpone decision on behavioral health hospital

September 16, 2016 12:08 AM

More Videos

  • Dallas Blanchard talks about his alleged Fulton Street vandalism

    Dallas Blanchard tells Bee staff writer Brianna Calix why he poured paint on a new Fulton Street sign, his views of downtown and gentrification.