Stop the destruction of 100 trees in order to build storage units which would destroy the beautiful view at the entrance of Woodland Park.
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Storage units would be an eyesore at the entrance to Woodland Park. It's the cart before the horse for the landowner to receive a grading permit to remove about 100 full grown pine trees before he submits building plans and goes through formal public meetings to rezone the land, receives a conditional use permit and vacation of right of way. It's also premature to clear the land without the approval of the architectural design committee as required by the Sunny Glen covenants. The landowner's goal appears to be against ordinances designed to address the destruction of trees and natural landscaping.
See http://www.preserveourneighborhood.com for maps, photos, municipal code, covenants and more information.
We respectfully request that signatures come from residents of Woodland Park, Colorado. If you live elsewhere and own property in Woodland Park or have a vested interest in Woodland Park, please specify it in your comments.
Mayor Turley and Lisa Parnell have responded saying they're receiving your emails. They're not able to respond to each one, but Lisa said she's printing them all and will have their administrative assistant put them into an excel file to pass on to City Council if and when the development case actions become a reality.
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