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This is who is leading this ridiculous City straight into the wastewater drain it belongs - what a joke.
It's great that people are getting involved and talking about the issues, but do we really need to keep attacking the messengers? The article is factual, so why attack the reporter? The property owner is trying to get his best use, so why attack him? This is a property right v. neighbor issue. How about everybody gets to respectfully state a position which will contribute to the debate instead of bullying and shouting down.; This is why Littleton has a reputation as being unfriendly to business. It's not enough for people to win, they have to dance on the grave. It's just mean.
I hope the city council recognizes the silent majority is definitely for this project. I have talked to several people and they are for this project but they are too busy with their kids or work to make the meeting. This one is for progress and improvement.
Interesting concept- since a large crowd opposed project, but wasn't whole population- the rest approve it? Listen, you bought the property with the present zoning, and by the way, Jennifer, to belittle the "small, finite" oppositon by saying "the only reason the public gets any say is that there is a public hearing when council votes on the rezone", well, yeah, because that is the law!!! I thought we elected people to carry out the wishes of the public- not some group who has their own vision for Littleton. Condescending, ridiculous article.
Those buildings on that site need to come down along with many others on Littleton blvd. I applaud the owners efforts to improve Littleton. It would be nice if more organizations were willing to invest in Littleton. Littleton could use an upgrade! I have been in Littleton for 25 years and finally the town is showing improvement. We now have some retail stores that are worth supporting. It's time to make Littleton more vibrant with additional residents. Don't let a few naysayers stop the progress in Littleton. This project WILL improve the area.
I own my property, I continue to put my money into it. I know what my zoning says I can or can't do. I don't rezone and destroy my neighbors bank accounts and lives because I follow the rules. you want to make new rules and blame the homeowners for trying to protect themselves. put that building in bow mar. nothing but old people there. better revitalize yourself before trying to pull off that kind of nasty logic on us. you want apartments for young people?? we got more than enough in Littleton and they don't improve us 1 single bit. they do the opposite
The petitions being circulated are NOT an attempt to sue this property owner.They are trying to get 2 measures on the November ballot which will ALLOW ALL Littleton voters the freedom to decide 2 very important issues as a group. . Mr Anderson and Mr Clay seem to be confused about what is going on. I am glad Mr Anderson loves the view, it is the reason most of us moved here and spent money into and years in our homes. Put up that building you destroy my view and my property value. Just as long as you make a big profit for you and all is fine. That is what I get from this article
If a car lot or drive thru had ever wanted to build on that land they would have purchased it years ago. The property is not viable for those type of business. If it were Anderson would have sold it as such and not spent so much time trying to market it as a high density project. I do hope the council is wise enough to realize the broader community is very much against this developement. It is not just a few. High density in our historic downtown is not good for Littleton, it will in fact drag down our city budget. The taxes paid by the builing owner do little to cover the costs incured by our police, fire and on and on.
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