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Letter to the editor: It's too late for compromise

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 22nd, 2013

Iím responding to Alice Priceís Oct. 18th article ďCityís Polarization Saddening.Ē

†I believe itís to late for the two parties involved in this suit to come together on some type of joint use of this property. It would be very interesting if they do!

The problem with your theory is that there are way to many indicators that there was foul play involved with the purchase. Only honest investigations will weed this out.

If illegal doings are discovered, somebody should go to jail for it. After all, the kids in the Valley need to see how Justice works. Itís unfortunate itís come to this but reality hurts sometimes.

I could never see KPP working with Russell at this point. I canít see KPP working with the city or county†on another project if KPP loses this suit. There is too much bad blood over this whole process. The people who want Russellís project, accuse KPP of wrong doings for TRYING to get to the truth regarding the hearing process and the laws on the books that need to be adhered to.

†I have to agree with KPP - something has smelled fishy about the whole transaction from the beginning. I hope that the investigation isnít tainted and the truth comes out!

Weíll see.

I appreciate your want - to try and work with both parties to find that harmony.

However, itís too late for that.

Iím sure you agree that KPPís intentions were/are to do something for the whole community. Not just for people driving through Alamosa on their way to another destination. Russellís project is a Pit-Stop. KPPís is a Life Style.

Thanks for your article though.

†Tom Buckley

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