By ROBERT S. MERRILL
Approval of a final plat for the Horse Station at Cache Valley was granted by the Franklin City Council on Wednesday evening.
A performance bond for construction of infrastructure for phase one of the 167-acre, mixed-use project will allow developers to complete the sale of commercial lots to sub-developers and business owner/operators.
“We are very pleased and excited to have reached this point with the project and wish to thank the city of Franklin and the community at large for its support and willingness to work with us in a collaborative fashion,” said developer Ernest Bleinberger.
“It has taken a significant investment of time and money, since last year when our preliminary plat was approved, to achieve this objective.
“We’ve utilized the best professional service firms we could find, including Civil Solutions Group, Inc., Kalback Planning and Design, Strata, Inc., Sahara, Inc. and others to craft the plans in a way that meets or exceed all of the regulatory obligations.
“This prepares the Horse Station for its role as a destination attraction, as well as a good and respected neighbor in the community.”
The final-plat approval paves the way for construction to begin on streets, utilities and other support that will provide access and service to a proposed hotel, retail businesses and, ultimately, to the nucleus of the planned equestrian facilities, according to Bleinberger.
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