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June 19, 2013
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Historic ranch first to get permit under new rule

One of Carson Valley’s oldest homes will become one of the first in the county to obtain a permit to become a special occasion home. The historic Mack Land & Cattle property was settled by H.H. and Wilamena Springmeyer, when they arrived from Germany in 1876. The home was built in the 1880s. Minden resident Renee Mack’s request for a permit to use her family’s historic home to host weddings, retreats and other functions was approved by the Douglas County Planning Commission last week. Under the proposal, Mack could have up to two-dozen events through the year, with as many …

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