Neighbors, we need your help to show your support for the No High Rises cause by taking a small portion out of your day to show up at the trial to show the judge that this is a community effort. We understand that you all have very busy lives but being there for even 1/2 hour will help out our cause.
May 28-30, 8:00-9:00am
City and County Building
1437 Bannock Street, Courtroom 409
Our trial date is imminent. This is a critical juncture for the lawsuit and we need your financial support more than ever. Please stand with us by making a financial contribution to help offset court costs. We have a highly reputable 17th Street law firm who has taken our case challenging Denver's illegal zoning practices on a pro bono basis, but we are responsible for court costs and related fees, which have accumulated into the tens of thousands of dollars at his point. Your help means more to us than we can express in words. We, your neighbors and the plaintiffs, thank you for your generosity and support of the community. DONATE NOW!.
To read the full text of letter from the 10 plantiffs, please click here.
Dear Parents, Grandparents, Child Care Providers, Dog-walkers, and Neighbors,
How often do you head down to "the corner" with your kids to get a cup of yogurt, a piece of pizza, or visit local stores for special events like Halloween Trick-or-Treating? Are you one of the many families that walk with a stroller, a scooter, a bike or a dog? Have you noticed the level of traffic congestion that already exists as you walk to Highlands Square? Are you concerned about the safety of your family and friends given the recent rash of auto-pedestrian injuries and deaths in Denver?
Did you know that even though much of the former Highlands Church on Lowell Blvd. has been razed, the opportunity for action IS NOT OVER!! Red Peaks Properties has not officially purchased the land parcels from Mr. Wooten. Additionally, ten plaintiffs represented by No High Rises in West Highlands have their day in court on May 28, 2013. The plaintiff group has been working tirelessly to prepare their case for responsible, reasonable, and safe zoning for the three Highlands Square parcels.
This case will impact ALL residents in the West Highlands community. In order to effectively move forward, please take a few minutes to share your thoughts with us by completing a quick survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/B9JW8R7
Trial date set for 28th May
Write a letter - Send an email to your local representatives and let them know how you feel about the proposed development.
Hand out fliers - We are always in need of volunteers to help keep neighbors informed.
West Highlands Neighborhood Association becomes plaintiff in lawsuit -
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Trial 28th May