NEUMAN VARIANCE: A story in the April 14 edition incorrectly stated that City Council is considering a rockfall mitigation fence for Jason Neuman at its meeting on Thursday.
Neuman’s request is for a variance to allow a duplex, a variance from the minimum lot size of one acre for a lot with a slope of between 20 and 30 percent and a variance from the maximum of 20 percent site disturbance.
TENNIS COURTS ASPHALT: A story in the April 13 edition about the grand opening of the tennis courts at the Glenwood Springs Community Center did not mention that John Rippy and his partner, Gregg Rippy, of Grand River Construction Co. donated the asphalt to complete the courts.
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