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Re: “Philip Anschutz's influence knows no bounds

He keeps trying to make things more attractive for the broadmoor, so he can make a better profit. But I will say from personal experience, anshutz/broadmoor as a whole, has dumped a ton of money into our economy. They have made better efforts at making it a better place than anyone else mentioned in this article. Yes it's for a better profit for the broadmoor, but we all profit from it.
On another note, I spent a few minutes at the strawberry fields protest.....most of those people didn't even know it existed, and most of those people will never go up there again, unless there is some attraction....which the broadmoor will bring! As far as I know, the only thing that happens at strawberry fields is keg parties the high schoolers are throwing! They actually said during the protest, "for those that have never been here, please explore"?!? I was thinking are you kidding?!? You've never even been up here! And keep in mind these are the same people that are nailing trashy signs, of the protest, to the trees! Clearly you respect the area by driving nails into the trees. And ironic that the people headed to the protest didn't complain about the trails that were built by the broadmoor That go past strawberry fields, and take you to seven falls.

One more thing......the incline erosion is contracted to be fixed soon. Kinda hard to fix any erosion, when the ground is frozen?!?

I'm all for the land swap and that area is my neighborhood! I see nothing but benefits for all by doing this!

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Posted by springsnative1277 on 04/29/2016 at 3:54 PM

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