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Kelo Style Eminent Domain Abuse Lives On In Denver

Follow the link to read about eminent domain in Denver – it does happen.  Click on the link or paste into your search bar. http://reason.com/blog/2012/09/14/kelo-style-eminent-domain-abuse-lives-on

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Denver Residents Suffering from Too Much Density – Sounds like Littleton

This sounds so familiar – during the Broadstone public hearings the developer actually said the high density apartment building he wanted to build would reduce traffic.  I kid you not!  These are the same developers that are contributing to defeat … Continue reading

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Money factors big in Littleton urban renewal election – DenverPost 2/16/2015

DENVER AND THE WEST Money factors big in Littleton urban renewal election By John Aguilar The Denver Post POSTED:   02/16/2015 12:01:00 AM MST1 COMMENT| UPDATED:   ABOUT 7 HOURS AGO Manager Lisa Roggenbuck and co-owner Marshall Movius in the showroom … Continue reading

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Counties Want More Say in Urban Renewal – Denver Post – 15 February 2015

Editorials Colorado’s counties need bigger role in urban renewal By The Denver Post Editorial Board Posted:   02/14/2015 05:00:00 PM MSTAdd a Comment | Updated:   about 9 hours ago Denver’s flagship REI store on the South Platte River was partly the … Continue reading

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Steamboat Springs School District Opposes Urban Renewal – Takes Too Much Money From the Schools

Routt County, Steamboat Springs School District oppose downtown URA By Teresa Ristow As of Monday, September 1, 2014 Share thisEmail, Facebook, Twitter Discuss4 comments            Steamboat Springs — Stakeholders are telling the Steamboat Springs City Council that they aren’t in … Continue reading

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Urban Renewal Bill Passes First Committee in Colorado Legislature – Ed Sealover reporting

Urban-renewal bill passes first committee in Colorado Legislature Feb 10, 2015, 3:34pm MST UPDATED: Feb 10, 2015, 5:32pm MST Enlarge Photo Wheat Ridge Economic Development Department Wheat Ridge city officials are working with developers to revitalize this property at the corner of … Continue reading

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Aspen Voters Take Measures to Amend City Charter to Control Council on Development Decisions

Published on Aspen Daily News Online (http://www.aspendailynews.com) The roots of the anti-variance movement Writer:Curtis Wackerle Byline:Aspen Daily News Staff Writer February 8, 2015 A decade of debate over development 
precedes potential charter amendment Take a stroll down Hyman Avenue to … Continue reading

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