Monticello City could grow 75 percent tonight
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The Monticello City Council will consider two annexation proposals tonight (Wednesday, September 26) that could increase the size of the City by nearly 75 percent.

The two proposals, if approved, would increase the size of the City of Monticello from roughly 1,600 acres to more than 2,800 acres.

The City itself is petitioning for the annexation of approximately 500 acres south of town, including the Hideout Golf Club, the uranium millsite property and adjacent private ground.

The George Wythe Foundation is petitioning for the annexation of approximately 700 acres adjacent to the southwest boundary of the current city limit.

George Wythe has announced the construction of a new college campus on the site, including residential housing developments that may total up to 300 building lots.

The agenda begins at 7 p.m.
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