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Commissioners reject Kingsbury condo project

Citing safety concerns, Douglas County commissioners today unanimously denied a proposal to build 40 condominiums in an Upper Kingsbury neighborhood.

The threat wildfire would pose to the project was the main concern expressed by commissioners, noting the project’s design only included one entrance and

exit.



Rancho Pacific Inc. recently bought the property from former owners Nanuk Real Estate Consulting Inc. and continued the company’s request for three ordinance variations for the project, including a request to increase height restrictions from 35 feet to 100 feet for the project.

The request for a change to the height requirements drew ire from many resident in the neighborhood surrounding the project.



See entire story in Friday’s Tahoe Daily Tribune.


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