Bathroom Remodel Tops Sutter Creek Meeting

Bathroom Remodel Tops Sutter Creek Meeting

The Sutter Creek City Council dealt with a number of issues at its meeting on Monday night.   The Council approved moving forward with a project to repair and remodel the bathrooms at the City auditorium.   The Council decided on an option that would see both men's and women's bathrooms remodeled at a cost to the city of $117,000.   While they consider the project expensive, the auditorium is the city's main public building, and the bathrooms are in poor shape, not having been repaired in decades.   The Council also heard a report from the City Attorney Derrick Cole on the status of the Gold Rush Ranch project, and the obligations of the City and Developer on the development.  Cole concluded that at maximum, the Gold Rush developer has until January 2019 to begin construction on a new sewer plant for the city, or lose the developments it’s entitled to.  Passed in a close election in 2010, Gold Rush Ranch would bring hundreds of homes, a golf course and several commercial buildings if build, but to date no progress has been made on actually building the development.

 

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