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Late last week, the Douglas County hearing examiner gave the go-ahead to a proposal for a 116-unit apartment complex. The decision was reached after a lengthy review process that included public input, environmental assessments, and zoning considerations.

The proposed apartments will be located on a 4-acre site on the outskirts of town, and will include a mix of studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom units. The complex will also feature a community center, outdoor recreation spaces, and ample parking.

The developers behind the project say the apartments will help meet the growing demand for affordable housing in the area. They also point to the project's environmentally-friendly design, which includes energy-efficient appliances, solar panels, and water-saving features.

The decision by the hearing examiner was met with mixed reactions from the community. Some residents expressed concern about the potential impact on traffic and property values, while others welcomed the addition of new housing options.

The developers say they plan to break ground on the project later this year, with construction expected to take around 18 months. Once completed, the complex will provide much-needed housing for individuals and families in the area, and will contribute to the local economy by creating jobs and generating tax revenue.

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