School board considers sale of property

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Illustration courtesy Reynolds Ash + Associates Still in the conceptual stage, the proposed 35-acre plan for Continuing Life Community includes housing for disabled adults, a community center, a preschool/day care, affordable housing for the elderly along with trails and more. The Archuleta School District is considering an offer to sell a piece of deed-restricted property for the proposed development.
Illustration courtesy Reynolds Ash + Associates
Still in the conceptual stage, the proposed 35-acre plan for Continuing Life Community includes housing for disabled adults, a community center, a preschool/day care, affordable housing for the elderly along with trails and more. The Archuleta School District is considering an offer to sell a piece of deed-restricted property for the proposed development.

The Archuleta School District (ASD) Board of Education held a work session on May 17 to hear a presentation from Warren and MaryAnn Sackman pertaining to “a proposed development that will serve the disabled adults in Pagosa Springs.”

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