Lincoln County commissioners have just approved a plan to allow nearly 800 new homes to be built in and around the Denver area. Prior to this the area has had a two-year long self-imposed moratorium on new sewer permits sighting the ten-year old Forney Creek wastewater plant was near capacity and the county was concerned about getting state penalties if they went over capacity.
Approval of the new plant, which will be located off Old Plank Road, came last month. This approval meant the county could in turn approve construction of new projects. The commissioners choose to approve commercial and residential projects that were already previously approved and in the pipeline prior to the moratorium.
Among those lucky ones are:
Norman Pointe 78 lots
Pin Oaks 41 lots
Gates at Waterside 96 lots
Salem Springs 38 lots
James Plantation 31 lots
Verdict Ridge 35 lots
Village of Cowans Ford 37 lots
Burton Creek 148 lots
Westport 58 lots
Catawba Springs Promenade 10 lots
Cottonwood Village 3 lots
Balsom Ridge 16 lots
Villages at Unity Church 205 lots
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