Nevada County, area city councils stir the sewage debate
Sewage experts urged Nevada County officials to tap into a regional wastewater plant Friday as the long-term solution to ongoing problems of upgrades at small, local plants to meet changing federal and state regulations.
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#1 Jun 30, 2009
And, on top of this comes the proposed annexation of the 90 acres (75 parcels) on Gracie Rd. referred to as St. Francis Woods, The Bordman Property, and more recently as the Hurst Ranch.
20 units were recently approved for Gracie Commons, within aprox. 1/2 mile from the above.
And yes, Nevada City now has zoning for R3--- 15dwellings / acre
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