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Silverthorne to hear about solar gardens

Daily News staff report

Lynne Green of the High Country Conservation Center plans to meet with the Silverthorne Town Council to discuss solar gardens in Summit County.

Also at the 6 p.m. meeting Wednesday, council members plan to:

• Finalize decisions on replatting several plots of land at Angler Mountain Ranch Lakeside Townhomes and Hideaway Town Homes as well as complete the Cottonwood subdivision land exchange with Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue to optimize the location for its proposed northern firehouse,

• Complete a performance review of town manager Kevin Batchelder, and

• Consider the preliminary site plan and preliminary disturbance permit for Silver Trout Estates in the Ponds at Blue River subdivision.

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