As a resident of no man's land, this article was spot on. I share many of the same things you observe on a daily basis, and I for one cannot wait for This PPRTA work to be done.
So what would happen theoretically, if the property in question was held by a private owner? Could they still be sued by CBD?
CBD is a freakin joke. I hope the PPRD study concludes that the trail can remain open. I'm so pissed off that I can't ride there anymore.
Hey, If I wanted to know what's going on around Colorado Springs, I read the gazette. The Indy is irrelevant and has become nothing more than 20 pages of fluff for advertising MMJ shops (not that I have a problem with them). More often than not, your "news" overlaps with the Gazette.
I personally LOVED the TCT, and I'm very disappointed to hear that it's no longer being published. I've been out of the country for the last year and was looking forward to picking it up again. Geez, at least I know I can find the indy everywhere. Now only if I had a bird cage to line it with.
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