Equestrian arena would anchor proposed Dacono development

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By Ben Wiebesiek

DACONO — Dacono council reviewed a development plan Oct. 22 for a section of annexed property envisioning 20 years of growth.
    Miller Ranch, the planned 165-acre development at the intersection of Weld County roads 13 and 10, would be centered around a core amenity, an equestrian facility.
    The developer requested that the original development, known as the Cottonwood Acres Subdivision, be rezoned to a mixture of high, medium and low residential along with mixed-use commercial.

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