Too bad the article doesn't mention that 75% of this freakin state lives in a little strip of land that runs along the I-25 corridor to the base of the mountain range. Yeah it's sprawl....It's called we all live in the foothills while the rest of the state is virtually empty.
Slugs just a bitter former Denver resident who moved for whatever reason. I've read it time and time again in his posts. Hey it's understandable. Denver has grown from what he is use to in the 70's. To me it's heaven on earth still. It's still has that small town feel to me.
I agree about sprawl to a point. There is smart growth and sprawl. Aurora for example is gobbling up farmland. However the water tap fees they charge per house and the fees associated for that house far outweigh the impact of that single family home. I could write a novel on this one issue alone.
I'm just going to leave it at that for now.
Last edited by Meck77; 11-14-2005 at 11:18 PM..