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Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

The northern border of the 48.2-acre Ruby Placer parcel, which sits between Blue River to the north and unincorporated Summit County to the south. The property is densely wooded and is currently home to one single-family residence and a caretaker unit.
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The top stories of the day from the Thursday, May 21 edition of the Summit Daily News.

Blue River residents collect nearly 100 signatures to stall Ruby Placer development

Forecasters predict wetter summer and drier winter

Lake Dillon Fire to address cell tower concerns at Tuesday meeting

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