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Group to present concepts on peninsula

FRISCO – Winston Associates, the land planning consultant the town of Frisco hired to assess possible amenities at the Peninsula Recreation Area, will present five concepts to the Frisco town council at a Tuesday work session.

The 2 p.m. meeting is open to the public. However, public comment is not accepted during work sessions. Council discussion will follow the presentation.

The presentation and discussion will last until about 4 p.m.

The purpose of the work session is for Winston Associates to present its physical analysis, environmental analysis and infrastructure analysis. An in-depth review of the five concept plans, including a land use plan program and a pro-con analysis of each concept also will be presented.

The five concept plans include the following amenities (previously identified by council) in various configurations:

– Concept A: multi-purpose convention center/ice arena, Nordic village, amphitheater, nine-hole golf course, 10-meter ski jump, sledding hill and ice skating

– Concept B: multi-purpose convention center/ice Arena, Nordic village, amphitheater, nine-hole golf course, 10-meter ski jump, sledding hill, ice skating

– Concept C: multi-purpose convention center/ice arena, Nordic village, amphitheater, nine-hole, par-3 golf course, 10-meter ski jump, sledding hill, ice skating

– Concept D: multi-purpose convention center/ice arena, Nordic village, amphitheater, 10- meter ski jump, sledding hill, ice skating

– 18-hole golf course option: Nordic village, 10-meter ski jump, sledding hill

The presentation by Winston Associates is the second step in the process of planning for recreational amenities on the peninsula. The two-year process that started with the 2000 Parks and Recreation Master Plan is moving into its maturity phase. Following the presentation over the next several months, council members will be deciding which options may be feasible, how the town might finance any projects and whether to proceed with further plans to develop the peninsula with recreational amenities.


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