For the second time Douglas County is approving a controversial development on 3,400 acres of ranch land.
The planners of a massive development in Douglas County say they have found the water they need to move forward, according to CBS4’s news partners at the Denver Business Journal.
A Colorado River District official says a judge’s ruling on the proposed Sterling Ranch community in Douglas County could lead to new legislation.
There’s been a major new development in a story CBS4 has been following for a couple years now in Douglas County.
A controversial plan to build more than 12,000 homes in northwest Douglas County has been given the green light. It’s called Sterling Ranch and the project was unanimously approved by Douglas County Commissioners at about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.