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Frisco peninsula land plan on display

FRISCO – Frisco’s land use plan is on display for citizens to view in the lobby of the town hall.

The land use plan is a conceptual layout of recreational amenities on the town-owned portion of the peninsula.

Paul Kuhn, senior associate of Winston Associates, created the concept with input from town officials.



It includes a multi-purpose ice arena/performing arts/

community center, a Nordic village, an amphitheater, a nine-hole golf course, a 10-meter ski jump and sledding hill, ice skating and summer and winter trail improvements.



The layout is merely conceptual and does not include details such as acreage and building sizes or dimensions.

The amenities included in the plan may or may not be developed in the future, town officials said.

At its Sept. 17 meeting, the Frisco Town Council agreed to defer adoption of the plan until after the November

election.


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