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(March 12, 2018) -- On its western border, the town of Gypsum's neighbor is the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the community is reaching out to see if the federal agency would be willing to let some of its property become town amenities.

CO: Gypsum launches land purchase talks with BLM

GYPSUM, Colo. — On its western border, the town of Gypsum’s neighbor is the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the community is reaching out to see if the federal agency would be willing to let some of its property become town amenities.

Earlier this month, the Gypsum Town Council agreed to initiate a BLM review of a proposal for the town to purchase 37 acres of land located north of Interstate 70 and west of the Gypsum Shooting Sports Park. If the sale goes through, then the Eagle Valley Rod and Gun Club plans to expand.

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