Silverthorne development set for wildlife area sparks HOA outrage (CO)

Nearly 80 residents of Angler Mountain Ranch signed a petition requesting the application be denied, and several nearby homeowners associations have formed a taskforce to discuss the potential impact of the development. This includes the Eagles Nest HOA and its 12 sub-HOAs, representing more than 750 full- and part-time homeowners. The group states its mission is to “compensate the owner for his investment and maintain the land as open space, which we believe to be the best use.”   Read the article…………….


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