Senior care center eyes June 1 groundbreaking

6th May, 2015 by

By Pam Boyd

EAGLE — A veritable mountain of paperwork is all that stands between construction crews and the empty land located at the intersection of Capitol Street and Sylvan Lake Road.Eagle County officials hope to scale that bureaucratic peak during the next three weeks and begin building the long-anticipated Castle Peak Senior Care Center by June 1.BUSY PENSTuesday, the Eagle County commissioners launched the paperwork expedition by approving three resolutions that appointed representatives to the Eagle County Housing and Development Corporation and then invested those representatives — Commissioner Kathy Chandler-Henry, county housing director Jill Klosterman Schreiner and county finance director John Lewis …

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