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Ramon Reed, chairman of the ...
Ramon Reed, chairman of the Gunnison County Planning Commission, also wondered whether there was a conflict between the proposed designation and the city of Gunnison's Three Mile Plan, a development plan created in 2001.
Language in the intergovernmental agreement (IGA) for the plan restricts new development in the Three Mile area to non-urban land uses.
He saw some potential overlap between land identified in the Three Mile Plan and the new area being considered for industrial designation.
"If I'm reading things right, the city's Three Mile plan designates that portion to be rural residential," Reed said.
He asked that the discrepancy be sorted out before the Planning Commission reviewed the proposed industrial designation.
The commissioners agreed.
"It's like something out of a ...
"It's like something out of a 'Gunsmoke' movie set," Ramon Reed, chairman of the Gunnison County Planning Commission, told the Denver Post.
It's like something out of a ...
It's like something out of a 'Gunsmoke' movie set," Ramon Reed, chairman of the Gunnison County Planning Commission, told the paper.
Ramon Reed, the chairman of ...
Ramon Reed, the chairman of the Gunnison County Planning Commission, described the town's full-scale buildings as "the kind of stuff I guess you would expect a billionare to construct," a polite way of identifying a project as "totally insane and improbable."
"It's the kind of stuff I ...
"It's the kind of stuff I guess you would expect a billionaire to construct," said Ramon Reed, chairman of the Gunnison County Planning Commission.
said Gunnison County does not restrict the size of residences, but Koch's mansion went before the planning commission because of a regulation that a residence that big must not be obtrusive.
said a third of the mansion will be underground and the building will be blocked by a hillside.