Dillon Town Council could weigh in controversial condo proposal during Tuesday meeting

Dillon could weigh in on condo proposal during Tuesday meeting

The Dillon Town Council may weigh in during its regular meeting Tuesday on a proposed five-story condominium development that has drawn criticism from homeowners for its size.

Dillon Flats Condominiums, a 24-unit development with six spots reserved for workforce housing, won approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission on Aug. 2.

Now, the town council has the option to either initiate a review of the proposal or defer to the Planning and Zoning Commission’s decision and allow the project to go forward.

The project would be in line with the town’s goal of getting more residents in its sleepy core area and thus spark more development. But at a community meeting and in letters to the Summit Daily, homeowners have argued the building’s size isn’t fitting with the surrounding area and would negatively impact property values and mountain views.

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