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Lack of bond bites council

 

June 6, 2019

Grace Moore

The town has paid for fire hydrants to cover residents in Noakes Subdivision 2.

In September 2015, property owner Steve Noakes came before the Moorcroft Town Council seeking permission to create a subdivision on his property north of I90 on Lincoln Boulevard. At that time, there were questions about Noakes following Moorcroft's ordinances as the council at the time allowed him to proceed without the safeguards of a signed agreement or a bond set in place to ensure such compliance.

Town Attorney Jim Peck had previously said to the council, "If you approve the plat, what are the requirements and how do you make sure the requirements are done?" He advised the governing...



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