San Miguel County collects opinions on proposed developments from various agencies as part of its approval process.
That’s what it did for the proposed 46-lot Óxido development just north of Las Vegas.
It received written responses from such state agencies as the state engineer’s office and the state Cultural Affairs Department. But the county got nothing in writing from its own public works and fire departments.
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