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The city of Laramie’s Planning Commission faced a tough series of decisions during its June 24 meeting: to recommend annexing the Little Valley subdivision to help increase affordable housing in the city or protecting the Casper Aquifer, which provides about half of the city’s drinking water.

Developer Z Homes & Properties, LLC, approached the city wanting to create duplex or similar dense, affordable housing on a parcel of land on Bobolink Drive east of Laramie. The preliminary plat shows 37 twin lots, with an undeveloped lot in the plat’s northeast corner.

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