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Jeffco Public Health proposes changes to septic rules in Indian Hills

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Four properties would be removed from current prohibition

By Sandy Barnes

In some areas of Indian Hills, an outright prohibition on septic systems exists because of a Jefferson County regulation dating from 1979.

To allow development on four properties along Parmalee Gulch Road, the Jeffco Board of Health is considering removing them from the list prohibiting septic systems.

These lots include tracts J, K and L of Alpine Village and Lot 15, Block 1, fifth filing, Indian Hills.


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