Snake River planners postpone rezoning hearing until April 15 |

Snake River planners postpone rezoning hearing until April 15

DILLON – Several dozen Keystone residents who showed up at the Dillon Town Hall Thursday night did not get to comment on plans for a proposed neighborhood near Jones Gulch.

Snake River Planning Commissioners and county officials postponed the rezoning review until the April 15 meeting.

The reason the public hearing was postponed this time was because of a problem with the mandatory legal notice printed in the Summit Journal, said county attorney Dan Teodoru.

The problem with the legal notice was discovered just hours before the hearing. Commissioners, residents and the developer’s team of experts were surprised by the last-minute change of plans.

Thursday’s public hearing was a continuance of the Jan. 15 meeting, which was tabled because several key issues remained unresolved in the complicated rezoning issue.

Snake River Planning Commissioners will wait another month to review the rezoning of 21 acres of U.S. Forest Service land near Keystone for the proposed Dercum Dash neighborhood of 42 houses and a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse.

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