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Judge Rules Sterling Ranch Plans Can’t Go Forward

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Sterling Ranch teamed up with the Denver Botanic Gardens to create a water-smart garden off of West Titan Road in Littleton. (credit: Kathleen Lavine, Denver Business Journal)

Sterling Ranch teamed up with the Denver Botanic Gardens to create a water-smart garden off of West Titan Road in Littleton. (credit: Kathleen Lavine, Denver Business Journal)

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DENVER (CBS4) – There’s been a major new development in a story CBS4 has been following for a couple years now in Douglas County.

County commissioners now plan to challenge a judge’s ruling that blocked plans to build thousands of new homes.

Last week a judge ruled that the Sterling Ranch development could not go through because developers don’t have an adequate water supply. Developers want to build 12,000 new homes south of Chatfield Reservoir.

Neil Westergaard from the Denver Business Journal stopped by CBS4 studios to talk about the latest wrinkle in the Sterling Ranch plans. Watch his interview in the video below:

denver business journal Judge Rules Sterling Ranch Plans Cant Go ForwardRead more on the website of CBS4 partner the Denver Business Journal.

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