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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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Smart Growth & TOD’s : Not meeting Expectations

Smart Growth / TOD / High Density developments do not appear to be having the impact predicted.  In many instances, these developments appear to have harmed property owners and failed to achieve the glorious predictions made about their economic viability and long-term sustainability.  The high vacancy rates in southeast Arvada’s urban renewal district, as well as the City of Portland’s struggles

 
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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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