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Developers Deciding Next Step After Subdivision Turned Down

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GALLATIN GATEWAY, Mont. -

Developers of a proposed subdivision in Gallatin Gateway are trying to decide what to do after the Gallatin County commissioners shot down the proposal Tuesday.

"We are back to the drawing board," said David Loseff, land owner.

Loseff owns the parcel of land east of U.S. 191 next to the Exxon station in Gallatin Gateway.

He planned to build Gateway Village, a 191 home subdivision, on the land.

Loseff said he's been planning this subdivision since before the economic recession.

"We tried to put forward a proposal which we felt was a private market solution to address affordable housing," said Loseff.

The county commissioners turned down that proposal during their seven hour long meeting Tuesday.

Loseff said the commissioners told him he could comeback if he makes some changes to the proposal.

Some of the issues Loseff said he needs to address are the rapid growth of Gallatin Gateway School, water and sewage issues.

He said he's not sure if he will come back with a proposal any time soon

The proposal also included a water treatment facility for Gallatin Gateway.

That was also turned down.

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