La Plata County sees increase in applications for development projects

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La Plata County sees increase in applications for development projects

With new land-use codes forthcoming, proposals seek approval under less-rigid rules
Jason Meininger, director of planning for La Plata County, says the department has received 13 applications for proposed developments in the county. The projects range in size and first seek changes in land-use designations.
The Kroeger and Hess families have filed a request with La Plata County seeking approval to redesignate the land use for their properties to make way for a potential 250-acre commercial-residential development on U.S. Highway 550, about 12 miles south of Durango.
A large-scale project has been proposed by the Kroeger and Hess families on a 250-acre commercial-residential development just north of Sunnyside Elementary School on U.S. Highway 550, about 12 miles south of Durango.

La Plata County sees increase in applications for development projects

Jason Meininger, director of planning for La Plata County, says the department has received 13 applications for proposed developments in the county. The projects range in size and first seek changes in land-use designations.
The Kroeger and Hess families have filed a request with La Plata County seeking approval to redesignate the land use for their properties to make way for a potential 250-acre commercial-residential development on U.S. Highway 550, about 12 miles south of Durango.
A large-scale project has been proposed by the Kroeger and Hess families on a 250-acre commercial-residential development just north of Sunnyside Elementary School on U.S. Highway 550, about 12 miles south of Durango.
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