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Final workshop set for midvalley land use plan

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A meeting billed by Eagle County government as the “final workshop” on the Mid-Valley Area Community Plan will be held today at 5:30 p.m.

The meeting will provide a chance for the members of the Roaring Fork Valley Regional Planning Commission and the public to weigh in on the final draft community plan, which will influence development in the Roaring Fork Valley portion of the county; that includes the El Jebel area as well as parts of Basalt, Emma, Missouri Heights and Fryingpan Valley.

The commission is scheduled to go over proposed wording changes in the community plan as well as the Future Land Use Map, which identifies the densities favored for various parcels of land.

The meeting will be held at the Eagle County office building and community center adjacent to Crown Mountain Park.


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