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At the Muleshoe City Council meeting on March 14, the council adjourned to executive session. They later returned to the regular council meeting and voted unanimously to move forward to accomplish development of the golf course area.

City manager Ramon Sanchez said the city is looking to develop 95 acres of land adjacent to the golf course. Eleven acres adjacent to Highway 70 are expected to be devoted to commercial property, and 84 acres will be residential.

“It comes to a little over 200 lots,” Sanchez said. “We’re landlocked, so the rest of the city has limited available lots. This would create an opportunity for some growth.”

The city has already completed the preliminary environmental survey on the land.

Although the land is located next to the golf course, the course itself would not be affected.

Gail M. Williams

Muleshoe Journal Correspondent


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