Study projects 100 trips daily to proposed youth ranch

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By Vicky Gits

A study shows the proposed youth treatment center at Singin River Ranch could generate about 100 one-way trips per day, or 39,288 annually, on Upper Bear Creek Road and the gravel road that leads to the ranch. The study was conducted on behalf of a group that is suing over easement violations against the ranchs occupant.

The attorney for Lost and Found Inc., which has a contract to buy the ranch, described the traffic study as bogus. A hearing on the matter will be held Aug. 21 in Georgetown.

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