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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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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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Your Tax Dollars at work with RTD

[facebook][/facebook]  RTD talking points detail how to organize against property owners April 23, 2009 By Face The State Face the State Staff Report  A 2008 presentation by a top Regional Transportation District official is spurring questions about the transit authority’s use of taxpayer dollars to teach other agencies how to effectively prevail against property owners

 
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RTD: How Does Your Paycheck Compare?

[facebook][/facebook] For RTD execs, the road is paved in gold June 25, 2010 By John Schroyer, Face The State The executives at the Regional Transportation District must love the song “Easy Rider.” After all, they cruise happily from paycheck to paycheck, with the top 20 employees at RTD earning a cumulative $2.9 million. They could

 
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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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