CASTLE ROCK, Colo. (CBS4) – Some county commissioners in Douglas County have rejected a zoning proposal for the Franktown Village development that would bring significant growth to the small town.

Franktown (credit: CBS)

The development plan near the corner of Highway 86 and Highway 83 could double or possibly triple the size of Franktown.

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Franktown Village would rezone the property for 286 homes, from single family homes to townhomes. It would also bring a strip mall.

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The county’s planning commission voted to reject the proposal on Monday night. The issue must go before the entire commission. A final hearing is scheduled for July 25.

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The developer could scrap the plan before then.