Reader: Strawberry Fields idea is criminal 

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Strawberry Fields' diverse landscape, wildlife, red rock views, is Colorado Springs' heritage.

Its history of over 120 years as public parkland with proximity to all of residents and visitors was designated for the public in perpetuity. It's stunning beauty is similar to Red Rocks park, one of our most popular parks.

Indeed it is an extension of Red Rocks. I invite everyone to seek it out so they too will see its value and close proximity to all.

How could it possibly be traded to The Broadmoor for their private profit without a vote by the people?

Have you seen what The Broadmoor did to the Seven Falls? This idea is criminal, John Suthers.

— Barbara Coast, Colorado Springs

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