Community garden idea grows

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Community garden idea grows

Planning Commission OKs project on county-owned land
Developer Bob Lieb toured the site of a proposed community garden near 30th Street and East Sixth Avenue in Durango. Lieb leases the land from the county, and he’s spearheading the garden project. Most neighbors support the garden over other proposed uses such as residential development.
Bob Lieb, who leases the land for the proposed community garden, said he hopes to be planting on the site next spring. The Durango City Council must first approve the project.
Developer Bob Lieb takes a tour of the site of a proposed community garden, Shared Harvest. Greg Hoch, the city’s chief planner, anticipates more applications for community gardens as their popularity increases.

Community garden idea grows

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Developer Bob Lieb toured the site of a proposed community garden near 30th Street and East Sixth Avenue in Durango. Lieb leases the land from the county, and he’s spearheading the garden project. Most neighbors support the garden over other proposed uses such as residential development.
Bob Lieb, who leases the land for the proposed community garden, said he hopes to be planting on the site next spring. The Durango City Council must first approve the project.
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Developer Bob Lieb takes a tour of the site of a proposed community garden, Shared Harvest. Greg Hoch, the city’s chief planner, anticipates more applications for community gardens as their popularity increases.
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