CONCERNS PERSIST OVER POTENTIAL COOLIN WETLANDS DEVELOPMENT SITE


BONNER COUNTY DAILY BEE

Photo Amy Anderson Selkirk Conservation Alliance Continued divisions on the potential Coolin Wetlands development were the focus of a presentation by the Selkirk Conservation Alliance to the Lakes Commission Thursday.

Selkirk Conservation Alliance Executive Director Amy Anderson told the commission of 26 new potential lots on the south shoreline of Priest Lake.

“In the span of a few months, these three parcels totaling roughly 65-acres have been subdivided again, truly constituting what should have been considered by the Planning Department as a major subdivision; creating 26 shoreline parcels and possibly eight 5-acre lots, right in the heart of the Coolin Wetlands system,” Anderson said.

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