Stanley faces sale of major downtown businesses

City gears up for potential transformation of commercial center, economy

Photos courtesy Dale Dixon, Idaho Rural Partnership Stanley City Councilman Charlie Thompson listens to ideas Dec. 20 on how the city can prepare its land-use planning ordinances in advance of a major land sale. The Bill Harrah Trust is breaking up and will sell its holdings in Stanley, which include the Mountain Village shops, gas station and hotel. The city asked Idaho Rural Partnership to coordinate a team of planners and other professionals to help them align their ordinances and comprehensive plan. Ketchum Planning Department staffers Beth Robrahn, middle, and Harold Moniz, right, look on.

Friday, December 29, 2006

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