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#Summit County #Colorado

Today's top 5 things to do in Summit County.

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#Dillon #Colorado

Six-story hotel for Dillon?

A proposal for a six-story hotel and residential development at the entrance of Dillon is nearing its final hurdle, requiring only the authorization of the town council to go forward after being approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission in December.

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#Summit County #Colorado

Real estate prices high due to low inventory.

Real estate revenue and sales faltered at the end of 2016 following a year of lowering inventory.

Sales last December saw a vast drop from those that happened at the same time in 2015. This year, 200 sales were made compared to 270 in 2015. Revenue came in at nearly $119 million, but was still a little more than $14 million behind December of 2015. The end of the year is not typically a booming market for real estate, as some people looking to sell take their houses off the market in the hopes of getting a better deal renting. However, in 2015, December was the third highest month in both revenue and sales. December did see a higher amount of sales that hit over $1 million. In 2015, there were 17 million-dollar sales in December; 2016 had an additional three.

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#Colorado

Lodging numbers continue to rise.

Heavy snowfall across the western mountain region has benefitted lodging community revenues. DestiMetrics, a Denver-based resort analytics firm, released lodging numbers from more than 290 properties across Colorado, Utah, California, Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon and Montana. Revenue from November to April is up 8.7 percent from the same time last year, and occupancy is up just over 1 percent.

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#Colorado

Vail Resorts buys Stowe Mountain.

Vail Resorts on Tuesday announced that last Friday, it entered an agreement to acquire Stowe Mountain Resort from Mt. Mansfield Company, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of American International Group, Inc., for a purchase price of $50 million.

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#Summit County #Colorado

Assessor triumphs in bulk of property-tax appeals.

The outcomes of a handful of lucrative property-tax appeals in Summit County came back late last month, with the county assessor’s office mostly prevailing, though several more similar petitions have already been submitted for review.

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#Breckenridge #Colorado

So, you want to be a firefighter?

The Red, White & Blue Fire Protection District (RWB) will be hosting two jobs forums this month to provide insight on careers in fire service and share what the job entails.

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#Frisco #Colorado

Public debate Feb. 23 on the Peninsula trail system.

On Thursday, Feb. 23, the town of Frisco hosts a community conversation event about future enhancements to the Frisco Peninsula Recreation Area. Frisco residents and business owners are invited to be a part of this interactive conversation, which begins with a presentation at 5:30 p.m. at the Frisco Adventure Park Day Lodge (621 Recreation Way). The meeting is an opportunity to give feedback on proposed ideas for enhancing the recreation area and surrounding trails for the summer and winter seasons.

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#Keystone #Colorado

Keystone Science School accepting summer camp applications.

The Keystone Science School is now accepting applications for scholarships for its annual summer camp until March 1, giving more children the chance to benefit from this outdoor experience.

These so-called “camperships” are available to families that need some financial support to send their kid(s) to camp. The program is now in its 11th year, having providing more than 500 children with a camp experience.

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#Breckenridge #Colorado

Roundabouts and parking garages.

Breckenridge town staffers say that paid parking has lessened congestion in core areas of town, but some locals are still unsure of its effectiveness.

During the town council retreat meeting on Tuesday, staff members reviewed their findings from the first six weeks of paid parking in the town. One objective from the town’s parking task force was to have 15 percent of the on-street parking spaces throughout town available at any given time. Kim Dysktra said in an email to the Summit Daily that this has been nearly achieved, with a few exceptions based on the time and day of the week.

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