The four owners of the 14-acre Brush Creek parcel south of Crested Butte and representatives from Gatesco, the developer of a possible workforce housing project, met Tuesday night.
This week the Gunnison Board of County Commissioners extended a deadline for a controversial housing project just south of Crested Butte. Along with a one-year extension, the County imposed what some called a hard stop on the project that would halt operations unless three of the four owners of the land can come to a consensus.
The Town Council of Crested Butte has opted to give the developer of affordable housing units in the Paradise Park subdivision another two weeks to finalize a bond for Phase 2 of the project.
The GVRHA has approved the final draft of a plan to address affordable housing in the Gunnison Valley. And the Gunnison Sheriffs Department and the Mount Crested Butte Police Department have agreed to patrol the North Gunnison Valley.