Real estate transactions 3.25
Seller: Secretary of Housing and Urban DevelopmentBuyer: Shirley Benjamin, Richard Benjamin and Sharan NascaAddress: 453 Quicksilver Way, RiflePrice: $0Date: Sept. 30, 2004Seller: Noel E. and Jessica D. ArmstrongBuyer: Rachel Marye ArmstrongAddress: 19 Ponderosa Circle, Glenwood SpringsPrice: $320,000Date: Oct. 8, 2004Seller: Secretary of Veterans AffairsBuyer: Cecil C. Lucas Jr. and Karen E. LucasAddress: 132 W. Fifth St., RiflePrice: $163,000Date: Sept. 8, 2004Seller: Frances Henderson OatesBuyer: John Norman and Hadley FableAddress: 1460 Barber Drive, CarbondalePrice: $299,000Date: Sept. 30, 2004Seller: Michael J. LauterbachBuyer: Donniel and Gayle HeckerAddress: 0139 River Glen, CarbondalePrice: $1,167,000Date: Oct. 1, 2004Seller: Luzerne LLCBuyer: Kyle R. And Lindsey L. AbbottAddress: 369 S. Ninth St., RiflePrice: $112,000Date: Oct. 1, 2004Seller: CSA2 LLCBuyer: Mehdi PirzadehAddress: Lot 2, Four Mile Ranch Subdivision, Glenwood SpringsPrice: $141,800Date: Oct. 6, 2004Seller: Randolph F. Spence – Trustee and Claire E. Spence – Trustee Spence Family TrustBuyer: Thomas L. Hall and Elaine C. Hanak HallAddress: 0256 Battlement Creek Trail, ParachutePrice: $348,500Date: Oct. 7, 2004Seller: William D. Joyner – Trustee and Shirley L. Joyner – Trustee William D. and Shirley L. Joyner Revocable Living TrustBuyer: Ralph WannerAddress: 310 N. Eighth St., CarbondalePrice: $271,000Date: Oct. 7, 2004Seller: Troy A. GormanBuyer: Christopher BunchekAddress: 186 E. Tamarack Circle, ParachutePrice: $125,000Date: Oct. 8, 2004Seller: Samuel W. and Beverly L. BryanBuyer: William Thomas CookmanAddress: TBD Highway 6 & 24, SiltPrice: $75,000Date: Oct. 6, 2004
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No decision on Ascendigo camp after hearing spills into third day; debate focuses on ‘educational facility’ definition to meet rural zoning
Whether Ascendigo Autism Services’ proposed Missouri Heights camp meets Garfield County’s definition as an “education facility” dominated much of the debate during a full day of public comment before county commissioners Tuesday.