Red Feather Ridge decision expected |

Red Feather Ridge decision expected


The developers proposing Red Feather Ridge will take their perch at Glenwood Springs City Council Chambers Wednesday evening, where they will likely hear a decision on whether the development will be approved.

The last meeting on the development was called off because it was improperly noticed, compelling City Council to continue the meeting until 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

Red Feather Ridge, a proposed 149-house project, consists of a subdivision with open space and park land included. Developers offered $400,000 to help fund a roundabout at Four Mile and Airport roads; $2,500 per house for transportation improvements; and $100,000 toward the construction of a park and land for a cemetery. The development also would include 23 affordable housing lots and a promise to finance the homes built there.


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