CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Civic-minded Virginia residents logging on to a city website expected to find video of the most recent Charlottesville City Council meeting, but were instead greeted...
Jackson restaurateur Joe Rice has closed his Pizza Artisan and sold the bottom floor of the 690 building on West Broadway that housed it.
Rice, owner of the Blue Collar Restaurant Group, said the 35 employees of Pizza Artisan have already found places in his other restaurants.
“I met with a buyer who wanted the space, and he was willing to buy me out of the restaurant business,” Rice said Tuesday. “Since I’m expanding now to Bozeman, it made sense.”
Judy Warren, 63, of Windsor, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017.
Judy was born July 17, 1954, in Rock Island, Illinois, the daughter of Thomas C. and Cheryl (Pike) Aitken. On June 24, 1989, Judy married her best friend, Owen Warren. They lived in Baraboo for many years. Judy loved children so much, and found her calling as an elementary school secretary. She enjoyed fishing, gardening and shopping. Judy had a special love for Joe, Lilly, Logan, Lucy and Chloe.
The Sagebrush experiment begins now.
On Tuesday night the Jackson Town Council approved a sketch plan for the 90-unit housing development at 550 W. Broadway known as the Sagebrush Apartments. Having created a new formula to incentivize the private sector to build affordable housing, the development will serve as a benchmark for future developments.
The Sagebrush Apartments, planned for 550 W. Broadway, have received a lot of attention recently for the developers’ controversial request to exempt apartment complexes from the town’s affordable housing requirement. But what will the project actually look like?
On May 17 the Town Planning Commission approved the sketch plan of the 90-unit apartment complex, separating the project from the proposed exemption.
The Town Planning Commission has approved the sketch plan for a 90-unit apartment complex at 550 W. Broadway called the Sagebrush Apartments.
After asking the developers for minor changes to their plans, the commission unanimously passed the proposal during its meeting Wednesday night.
In a surprise move on Monday the Jackson Town Council unanimously voted to draft an ordinance eliminating the affordable housing requirements for apartment complexes with 20 or more rental units of limited size.
A project that has been in the works since 2014 is on the brink of breaking ground.
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