Commissioners let stand planning commission approval of Pegasus resort | Government
The Douglas County Board of Commissioners will not review a decision allowing a permit for the proposed Pegasus Equestrian Resort.
The commissioners voted against a review at their regular weekly meeting Wednesday. The decision means the Douglas County Planning Commission’s June 17 approval of the permit will stand.
The resort is being proposed by Quinn and Drew Millegan, brothers from McMinnville. They hope to build an equestrian venue on 2,800-plus acres near Metz Hill Road west of Interstate 5.
The plans call for a $35 million, 150-room hotel resort, along with five indoor arenas, outdoor grass and sand arenas, a cross-country course and four polo fields.
The Millegans have said the facility could generate $130 million a year in revenue and employ 500 workers.
The Board of Commissioners Wednesday heard…