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Public Private Partnerships a Trap that Must Be Avoided

[facebook] P3 A Trap The City Must Avoid Published December 9, 2010 City council will soon consider using a public-private partnership to finance Edmonton’s LRT expansion, as well as other options, including money from the province, an additional charge on transit fares and tax increases.  While no one, transit rider and car driver alike, wants

 
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Adams County Assessor Insists Politics Plays No Role….

[facebook] Adams County assessor insists politics plays no role in his minimizing donors’ property taxes By David Olinger The Denver Post Posted: 11/28/2010 01:00:00 AM MST Updated: 11/28/2010 01:18:42 AM MST   Total donations: $2,800 in 2002 and 2006 Location of property: Luxury-home development near Riverdale Road overlooking South Platte River What happened: Taxable values of homes

 
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Eminent Domain Abuse Case, New York

U.S. Supreme Court Decides Whether to Hear New York Eminent Domain Abuse Case   WEB RELEASE: December 6, 2010 CONTACT: John E. Kramer (703) 682-9320 [Private Property] Arlington, Va.—On Friday, December 10, the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to decide whether to take Nick Sprayregen’s appeal and protect his family’s property.  You have probably never heard

 
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Breaking News: More than 1,000 Residents Sign Grassroots Petition Opposed to Possible RTD Federal Station Move

COLORADO PROPERTY RIGHTS COALITION Contact: Tom Wambolt Phone: 720-244-7606 web: www.TheCPRC.org Email: twambolt@thecprc.org Friday, December 3, 2010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MORE THAN 1,000 RESIDENTS SIGN ON IN SUPPORT OF GRASSROOTS PETITION OPPOSED TO POSSIBLE RTD RAIL MOVE [facebook] ADAMS COUNTY-A grassroots coalition of neighborhood groups and property rights advocates led by the Colorado Property Rights

 
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Concerns Raised Over RTD's Continued Spending in Possible Goldline Station Relocation

[facebook] Citizens raise concerns about the possibility of taxpayer dollars being spent as RTD continues in pushing forward with a possible relocation of the planned and approved Goldline Federal EAST station to a site allegedly chosen by The TOD Group (headed by a Louisiana developer), approximately a quarter mile west of Federal buried in a wetland / wildlife habitat

 
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