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September 13, 2012
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Debate zeroes in on Zerolene bridge

Developers of a large subdivision spanning two towns are asking taxpayers to help fund an estimated $2.5 million bridge leading out of the neighborhood.

"It should not be my client's responsibility to build the whole thing," said Rob Anderson of RO Anderson Engineering. "It should be a public-private partnership to construct it."

Anderson represents developers of the 203-acre Ranch at Gardnerville project that, approved in 2004, includes 633 single-family and multifamily dwelling units spread across central sections of both Gardnerville and Minden.

Construction is ongoing for phase 1 of the project in Gardnerville, but later phases in Minden, scheduled to …

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