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Fate of cabins to go before council

An appeal hearing is scheduled for tonight on a proposal to build two cabins for low income residents on the 1800 block of East Main Street in Grass Valley.

According to the project’s developer, the cabins can’t be constructed and eventually rented to low-income residents as planned because the required street improvements make the project cost-prohibitive.

Teri Neil, who proposes two cabins and a carport for 10 vehicles at 1812 East Main Street, is appealing the street improvement requirement to the Grass Valley City Council.

The project was approved with a requirement for street curb improvements by the city’s Planning Commission in September 2006. The Planning Commission denied Neil’s request to reverse the decision in April 2007.

The Grass Valley City Council meets at 7 p.m. in the City Council chambers at Grass Valley City Hall, 125 East Main St.


To contact Staff Writer Greg Moberly, e-mail gmoberly@the union.com or call 477-4234.

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