A group interested in building a co-housing community for 20 to 40 individual homeowners is close to making an offer on 14 acres somewhere in Evergreen, at a location that could be served by the Evergreen Metro water system. The group is working on a feasibility study but is not ready to divulge the location, said Ginger Juhl, a spokesperson for Stillpoint Mountain Village. The group held an informational meeting on Aug. 12 at the Evergreen Fire/Rescue headquarters in an attempt to spread the word and gather more members.
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