We are having the hardest time selling land in Crested Butte currently which creates the best time for a community to make a deal for open space.  Almost 400 acres now saved for all future generations.  Can’t we just use this as a swap for the expansion on Snodgrass?  A little give an take? We still await the decision for appeal regarding that situation.  I will update you all of the final outcome.
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Almost 400 acres of scenic open space will be permanently set aside for public use in Crested Butte because of deal worked out this week.
The property north of Gothic Road between the town and Mount Crested Butte soon will be available for winter and summer recreation, elk habitat and wetlands, It also offers spectacular views of the town and mountain, according to the Trust for Public Land, which brokered the deal.
Officials called it the largest land conservation transaction in the town’s history.
“This property serves as the ultimate conservation puzzle piece — connecting four existing open space parcels, buffering national forest, and providing recreational access to the backcountry,” Justin Spring, the project manager for the Trust for Public Land, said in a statement.
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