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Government Tracker " Vail Town Council 5/2/06

How they voted

Yes: Foley, Gordon, Hitt, Logan, Moffet, Newbury, Slifer

What they said: The council said the Lancelot Restaurant can proceed with a redevelopment project that would remove trees from the town-owned Gore Creek Promenade.

What this means to you: The Lancelot is one step closer to redevelopment.

What’s next: The Lancelot can proceed through the town’s development review process.

How they voted

Yes: Foley, Gordon, Hitt, Logan, Moffet, Newbury, Slifer

What they said: The council voted to enter into an agreement with the Eagle River Water and Sanitation District to pay for the conversion of the irrigation systems in Ford Park and Donovan Park from treated water to raw water supply.

What this means to you: The conversion to raw water will decrease the overall cost of water for the irrigation of the parks for the town and will decrease treatment costs for the water district.

What’s next: Construction is scheduled to begin in September.

How they voted

Yes: Foley, Hitt, Logan, Moffet, Newbury

Recused: Gordon, Slifer

What they said: On second reading, the council approved the annexation of land near the Vista Bahn that is owned by Vail Resorts and was recently acquired in a swap with the Forest Service.

What this means to you: Vail Resorts is one step closer to proceeding with construction for its Front Door project.

What’s next: Vail Resorts has begun utility work for the Front Door project, which includes townhomes, a skier services building and a private club. The company has not released a timeline for the project.

Source: Town of Vail

Vail, Colorado


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