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Briefs 10/13/07

Grass Valley is accepting nominations for its architectural design, landscaping, site planning and site improvement development awards program.

Residents can nominate office, professional, commercial, industrial and multi-family residential development projects. The construction must have started on or after July 1, 2005, and have been finished and ready for occupancy by June 30, 2007.

Nomination forms must to be received at City Hall by 5 p.m., Monday. Award winners receive an honorary plaque from the city and recognition by the City Council. Nomination forms are available at http://www.cityofgrassvalley.com or through Jerri Amendola, Community Development Department, Grass Valley City Hall, 125 East Main St., Grass Valley. For more information, Amendola can be reached at 274-4714.



– The Union staff

Planning board to discuss condos




Discussion of the proposed Walgreens pharmacy at 400 Brunswick Road likely will be continued when the Grass Valley Planning Commission meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 125 East Main St.

But commissioners are expected to discuss an application to build 24 condominiums on the 400 block of Bennett Street.

The planning commission considered the Walgreens proposal at last month’s meeting, but postponed a decision and cited several concerns they wanted the developer to address. Interra Vision Development LLC , the project’s developer, wants the continuance.

Traffic impact, the building’s location and its unmet potential for mixed use were some of the concerns.

– Greg Moberly


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