May 10, 2012

SandBoxBlogs: Eagle Valley Enterprise "Eagle voters return to the polls to decide Eagle River Station's fate"

(See related story and public comments here)

Pam Boyd:
"It doesn't take much more than a quick trip through Eagle to figure out something's brewing in the community — with dozens and dozens of colorful yard signs popping up all over private property and public rights of way.

Eagle River Station is again before the voters.

On Tuesday, May 22, Eagle residents will decide the future of the commercial/residential project proposed on the eastern end of town. Eagle currently has 3,977 registered voters and of that number, 1,720 citizens already have their ballots in hand because they have elected to receive them by mail. For those who opt to vote in person, the polls will be open at Eagle Town Hall between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 22.

This marks the second time voters will decide the project's fate.

Eagle River Station is a commercial/residential project proposed by Trinity RED Development. The 88-acre site is located south of Interstate 70 and north of U.S. Highway 6. The ERS proposal would include 582,000 square feet of commercial space and 250 rental units in the first phase. The second phase calls for up to 150,000 square feet of additional commercial space and another 300 rental units...."
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