Letter: Please resume bus route to Peach Tree Shopping Center
On behalf of many Clifton people who are poor and disabled, we would like to point out that the Peach Tree Shopping Center (located at 3217 I-70 Business Loop in Clifton, Colorado, 81520) is acting as public property for businesses: Salvation Army, located at 3227 I-70 Business Loop; Short Kuts, located at 3225 I-70 Business Loop; McDonald’s Restaurant, located at 3219 I-70 Business Loop; Carniceria Sonora, located at 3225 I-70 Business Loop; Murdocks Ranch & Home Supply, located at 3217 I-70 Business Loop; as well as Wells Fargo Bank N.A., located at 3223 I-70 Business Loop; the Clifton Department of Motor Vehicles, located at 3225 I-70 Business Loop; the Sheriff’s Department, located at 3225 I-70 Business Loop; Dos Hombres Mexican Food, located at 3245 I-70 Business Loop; Taco Bell, located at 3231 I-70 Business Loop; Subway, located at 3235 I-70 Business Loop; and last, but not least Starvin Arvin’s Restaurant, located at 3247 F Road.
The owners and managers of said public property have stipulated that the Grand Valley Transit Bus, number 4, as of Saturday, April 4, may no longer bring people on to said public property (Peach Tree Shopping Center) or pick up same said poor and disabled Clifton and Palisade Residents from the Peach Tree Shopping Center.
We, as poor and/or disabled residents, would like to see the route of the Grand Valley Transit Bus, number 4, to resume bringing us to and from the Peach Tree Shopping Center as part of the daily business route, effective as soon as possible.
Thank you for your immediate attention to this situation.
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