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Red Cliff must wait its turn

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RED CLIFF – Bill Weber of the Ginn Development Company put it in romantic terms for Red Cliff residents.”We’re in an awkward situation,” Weber said. “We’re going out with Minturn, but we want to go out with you, too.”The company is planning to build 1,700 homes, a ski resort with eight chairlifts, a golf course and several other amenities on land that stretches from the southern outskirts of Minturn over Battle Mountain to Red Cliff. Ginn has asked Minturn to annex much of its 5,312-acre property into the town. Cash-strapped Red Cliff is hoping to get some help from the developer. Topping the town’s list is help with a new wastewater plant.


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