Denver Direct: City-School Property Trade Questionable
Saturday, November 3, 2012
At first view, a proposed exchange of land between
Details of the proposal are posted in links in the column at the right of the PRAB web page:
There is nothing in these criteria, or anywhere in the Rules, that suggests it is appropriate to use Designated Natural Areas for municipal structures or school buildings. Building on the land is directly contrary to preserving an important natural area. Indeed, the City’s overview of this proposed de-designation candidly states that the purpose of the original designation was to “ensure the protection of critical habitats and landscapes found on City property.”
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