It was originally brought before the planning board during workshop at the 1/5/2021 meeting to include the project in the village review overlay zone, which allows for more height.Does anyone know more about the new Avesta / mixed-use project just off of Main St. Based on the description from the upcoming workshop, it seems like a fairly sizeable project (192 units)
It's how they operate their first operation in Jackson hole, WY. This operation requires very little machinery.In last week's PPH article, it reports that this business is going to "employ nearly four dozen workers with intellectual disabilities." Why would this business "brag" about that? Hopefully, any machinery necessary for this kind of business will be "idiot proof." And what exactly does that mean, someone with an intellectual disability? Is it a euphemism for Down Syndrome? Dyslexia? Political extremism? Or, simply, the worker I.Q.'s are lower than the average of 100? This inquiring mind wants to know.
What a beautiful web in that first pic of the redevelopments. I love the vertical distribution of the lines - and extra bonus points for the use of multiple poles per location.A couple more Vertical Harvest steel photos from this morning, and then two bonus pics of recent redevelopments near the park (one still under construction and one completed...watch out for those powerlines):
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