Commission recommends denial of Conifer Heights

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By Deborah Swearingen

As a Conifer resident, Planning Commission member Gail Spencer has a particular understanding of the challenges the mountain area faces regarding water and fire. 

And for that reason, Spencer was one of five commissioners who voted to recommend denial on Conifer Heights, a rezoning proposal that could bring as many as 101 town homes to 25 acres near the historic Yellow Barn at the intersection of Barkley Road and Highway 73 in Conifer.

“I don’t think that this is the time for us to put this type of a development on that corridor,” Spencer said.

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