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A look at the land around South Canyon hot springs

An aerial view of the South Canyon Creek valley west of Glenwood Springs, where the city-owned hot springs property and landfill are located. A proposal to lease the hot springs site and other property in the area by Iron Mountain Hot Springs owners for a potential development study is on the Glenwood City Council agenda Thursday night.
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An aerial view of the South Canyon Creek valley west of Glenwood Springs, where the city-owned hot springs property and landfill are located. A proposal to lease the hot springs site and other property in the area by Iron Mountain Hot Springs owners for a potential development study is on the Glenwood City Council agenda Thursday night.


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