brilliant innovation in Telluride's Master Plan is the concept of deed-restricted property to help provide good affordable housing for the work force. Employee housing has always been a major problem for expensive ski resort communities, but through the Master Plan the Telluride region has addressed this problem effectively. The San Miguel Regional Housing Authority manages 134 employee units at the Shandoka Project (housing approx. 257 residents). It also qualifies renters for employee designated units owned by private individuals and administers the deed-restricted housing program in the town and the county. Mountain Village has addressed this problem as well with 149 employee units at Big Billies (housing approx. 149 residents) and 221 employee units at Village Court (housing approx. 400 residents). Both apartment complexes are within town limits.
In retrospect, Telluride has benefited greatly from studying its predecessors' mistakes, and using the lessons learned to plan properly for its future.
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