Mr Duncan, The curbs need to be repaired and brought up to federal standards prior to repaving. If the curbs aren't repaired first, water gets under the asphalt and damages a brand new surface.
If you restrict traffic flow on one or more north/south routes, a lot of traffic will go around the restriction rather than through it. This may not impact CC, but it's pretty certain to negatively impact the adjacent neighborhoods.
What's the long term plan to facilitate traffic in the city in general?
How does this change to Cascade fit that plan?
I'm very much opposed to this. Bear Creek Park is one of the most popular and well used parks in the city. To mess it up with horse manure and rutted trails for the benefit of the Broadmoor would be a travesty.
I find it disgusting that Christo's money might trump common sense.
The Parks Board has sold us out.
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