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Vail: Cornerstone project OK’d

How they voted:

Yes: Cleveland, Daly, Gordon, Hitt, Newbury, Rogers

No: Foley



What they talked about: The council gave preliminary approval to a major amendment to a special development district to allow for development on the Cornerstone site. The site is just northwest of the bottom of the Cascade ski lift. The proposal would be 71 feet high and include 22 condos and more than 2,000 square feet of employee housing on-site.

What’s next: Final approval of the amended special development district could come at the next meeting, July 15.

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How they voted:

Yes: Cleveland, Daly, Foley, Gordon, Hitt, Newbury, Rogers

What they talked about: The town was seeking approval to award a bid for an emergency generator project at Town Hall to J.L. Viele Construction. Viele had the low bid, at $179,660. Additional funds for the $250,000 project will come from the 911 Authority Board and the Dispatch Fund Balance.



How they voted:

Yes: Cleveland, Daly, Foley, Gordon, Hitt, Newbury, Rogers

What they talked about: The task force put together a plan to create more than 500 parking spaces across town and beyond the town’s borders to alleviate parking shortages next winter. The spots include 180 at the Chamonix property, 35-60 on the North Frontage Road, 70-90 at Donovan Park and 50-75 at the Forest Service lot at Dowd Junction, 100 at a park-and-ride in Avon.

What’s next: The new spaces will be created this winter.


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