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Grant Approved for Stage 3 of Shadow Mountain Project

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editThe grant has been approved for Stage three of the Shadow Mountain Improvement Project. Moffat county’s Roy Tipton says Phase two will be done in early October, and Phase three will begin next spring. Phase three consists of Sequoia Avenue, from 9th Street to the bypass. The grant Continue reading

Water to be Shut Off in Shadow Mountain Wednesday

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editWater will be shut off tomorrow in the Shadow Mountain neighborhood. Moffat County’s Roy Tipton says there will be no water available between the hours of 8 and 5 tomorrow, as crews continue to work on the water and sewer lines. A line replacement and curb and gutter Continue reading

9th Street in Shadow Mountain to Re-open Next Week

shadow mountain village meeting-150 edit9th Street, from Finley Lane through the Shadow Mountain neighborhood, will re-open next week. At this week’s Moffat County Commissioners meeting, the county’s Roy Tipton said re-paving on 9th will take place tomorrow and Saturday, and the road should be open again early next Continue reading

Water Problems in Shadow Mountain

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editWater was shut off again Monday in the Shadow Mountain Neighborhood for a few hours. The shut-off was unforeseen, as a valve broke in a section construction crews were working. The shut-off started around noon, and water was finally restored at around 4:30. The county’s Roy Continue reading

Shadow Mountain Water Rates Set

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editMoffat County Director of Development Services Roy Tipton announced yesterday the rates that Shadow Mountain Village residents will be paying for improvements to water and sewer lines in their neighborhood. Tipton says when the project was first announced, the estimated cost to those Continue reading

Shadow Mountain Project Begins

shadow mountain village meeting-150 editThe Shadow Mountain Village Project won’t be affected by yesterday’s ruptured gas line in the neighborhood, nor was the incident a result of that work.  Yesterday afternoon a natural gas supply line was broken by a resident using a backhoe.  Continue reading