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Help us Stop this Massive Over-Sized Proposal in Unincorporated Southwest Adams County !

Board of County Commissioner Hearing Monday November 5th at 10:00am at 4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton CO 80601-8216 Email comments to: “Stacey Nerger, Planning Case Manager” <SNerger@co.adams.co.us>; “Abel Montoya, Director of Planning” <AMontoya@co.adams.co.us>; Commissioners: “Erik Hansen” <ehansen@co.adams.co.us>; “Skip Fischer” <sfischer@co.adams.co.us>; “Alice Nichol” <anichol@co.adams.co.us>; This may not be the only High Rise development being pushed

 
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Citizens Group calls for full audit of Adams County Economic Development Council (ACED)

CONCERNED CITIZENS for COMPATIBLE DEVELOPMENT Email: CCCD2012@gmail.com  Monday, April 09, 2012  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Concerned Citizens for Compatible Development (CCCD) Requests full, independent audit of Adams County Economic Development (ACED)  ADAMS COUNTY- Concerned Citizens for Compatible Development (CCCD), a grassroots coalition of neighborhood groups, business owners, and property rights advocates, has concerns regarding the appropriate

 
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Coming Soon to Your Quiet SouthWest Adams Residential Neighborhood ~ Speak up Now, or this could be Your Future

Those Looking to fill Deep Pockets are pushing for 95 feet or higher (the equivalent of an 8 story building!)  in the quiet Residential Neighborhoods of SouthWest Adams County The photo on the right only represents an approximate 80 ft tall building, NOT the 95 ft tall being proposed for SouthWest Adams

 
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High Rises in West Highland? Residents Say No

There seems to be a consistent theme among Counties, Municipalities, and high-density developers: Just keep “educating” the people on what they really need and want, as obviously the problem in pushing through unwanted projects resides not in the greed of the developer nor the inappropriateness of the project, but rather the ignorance of the people. If people were

 
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Citizens Stand Up Against RTD Paving Wetlands

 It started with just one citizen.  One citizen who refused to ignore the situation.  From that one person, a citizens group came together that successfully prevented RTD from destroying a neighborhood park and wetland area.  Englewood City Council nixes parking expansion option Share Posted: Tuesday, August 16, 2011 9:00 am Englewood City Council nixes parking

 
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