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Letter: Corridor plan should be flexible

Corridor plan should be flexible

I like RFTA’s Dan Blankenship’s attitude. His first job is to protect the rail corridor. Abandonment as a condition would not be unlike the abandonment of former irrigation ditches … where the land is claimed and coveted by adjacent land owners … a determent to the community for bicycle paths.

Too bad the Access Control Plan isn’t more flexible and open ended for mutually beneficial projects like easing subterranean access through town, beneath the rail corridor, that would still keep rail options open.

Fred Stewart

Glenwood Springs

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