Panel endorses proposed subdivision.
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Posted on January 27 2011, 1:41pm by Mark Esper
in Local News
Planning commission approves preliminary plan
The proposed 50-unit Anvil Mountain workforce housing project has been endorsed unanimously by the San Juan Regional Planning Commission, after a generally upbeat report Tuesday night, Feb. 25, on how the project is nearing fruition.
Town and County Planning Director David Michaelson recommended approval of the preliminary plan, and county officials indicated a final plat may be ready for approval by March.
The 12-acre parcel at the former Walsh Smelter site southwest of Silverton was purchased by the county in 2003, but subsequently had to go through a $2 million environmental cleanup, largely paid for with grant funding.
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