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Dillon Town Council reviewing hotel proposal at Tuesday meeting

Danny Eilts's proposal for a 106-unit hotel and residential complex was approved by Planning and Zoning last month. Situated at the entrance to Dillon on the corner of Highway 6 and Lake Dillon Drive, the project is billed as way to draw traffic into town.
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The Dillon Town Council will be considering a proposal for a 6-story hotel at the corner of Highway 6 and Lake Dillon Drive during its regular meeting on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. in the Dillon Town Hall.

At 6 p.m. the council will be conducting a site visit to the proposed development’s location at 176 Lake Dillon Drive.

The planning and zoning commission has already approved the proposal. It would consist of a rooftop bar and restaurant as well as 83 hotel rooms and 23 residential units.

The project, billed as a way to stir up economic activity in Dillon, has gotten a generally positive reception from local residents, although some have raised concerns over the building’s proposed height, which is considerably higher than the code allows and would require an exemption.

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