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The Dorsey Marketplace project will likely result in the addition of 100 more vehicles on the freeways near Highway 20 and Dorsey Drive during afternoon peak hours.  That comment, by officials from District 3 Office of California Department of Transportation, was among a stack of responses that landed on the desk of Community Development Director Tom Last before the scoping
Published: April 8, 2016
Around 30 concerned residents filed into the Grass Valley Council chambers Tuesday night to participate in the first public meeting on the Dorsey Marketplace project. The small number of attendees prompted officials to encourage more public input. “We have 13,200 residents in the city, but tonight we only have about 22-33 people here,” said Mayor Jason Fouyer. “...Whether you are
Published: March 1, 2016
Just five members of the public were joined by city staff and representatives of the Dorsey Marketplace during a Wednesday night meeting to discuss the Environmental Impact Report and the expected changes that the proposed project will bring to the Grass Valley area. City officials organized an afternoon session for public agencies on Wednesday as well, but that meeting concluded
Published: March 2, 2016
Grass Valley city staff on Friday released a schedule that highlights the anticipated steps for the proposed Dorsey Marketplace project. Public meeting dates have also been scheduled for residents to review and discuss the multi-use development. According to Community Development Director Tom Last, staff has proposed that the City Council and the Planning Commission hold a joint forum on March
Published: February 5, 2016
The president of a Grass Valley community dog park group is calling for developers and city officials to reassess the amenities proposed for the Dorsey Marketplace Project, a mixed-used development near Dorsey Interchange that has attracted much attention since it came back to the city for review in December. “It seems like the developer put a lot of perks into
Published: January 18, 2016
Although there were many events, topics and issues contending for consideration as western Nevada County’s top news story in 2015, few would likely argue that there was any other event that captured the community’s attention more than the Lowell Fire.Folks out enjoying a warm, sunny afternoon and otherwise blue sky above Grass Valley and Nevada City on July 25 couldn’t
Published: December 30, 2015
Grass Valley city officials are promising the community ample opportunities to participate in the review process of a mix-used development project that could potentially alter the local economic landscape. “It gives us an opportunity to start a robust discussion about what the public wants, or doesn’t want,” said Mayor Jason Fouyer. “We are looking at quite some time of processing,
Published: December 16, 2015
On Wednesday, officials for the proposed Dorsey Marketplace in Grass Valley resubmitted the project to the city for review, after withdrawing the original project plan in April 2015. Russell Jeter, owner and developer, shared his thoughts on the project with The Union in the following Q&A:The Union: What did you learn from the community response on the project the last
Published: December 11, 2015
The owner of the proposed Dorsey Marketplace shopping center has returned with a revised project design to the City of Grass Valley, eight months after withdrawing a draft plan to the city’s Development Review Committee. Russell Jeter, the owner and developer of the 26.75-acre property, resubmitted an application to the City of Grass Valley Wednesday afternoon. The new blueprint outlined
Published: December 9, 2015
The Nevada City Council approved an interagency contract with the Nevada County Transportation Commission, and held a brief ceremony Wednesday to swear in a new reserve police officer.Officer Angela Ford, a 30-year law enforcement veteran from Placer County, was sworn in, thanking council members and community residents for entrusting her to serve the city.“You have to love what you do
Published: May 14, 2015

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