Estes Park to take up EPIC again

Estes Park to take up EPIC again

There are 6 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Jan 19, 2013, titled Estes Park to take up EPIC again. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

Estes Park trustees will take up the request from the Estes Performance Incorporated to grant a purchase option for a portion of the town owned parking lot between Elkhorn Avenue and Rockwell Street.

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Estes Park, CO

#1 Jan 21, 2013
The question is, "Which group of inmates is running the asylum?" My guess is the one that'll make the most money ?

Location, location, location = NOT. Damn the real parking, access, and effect on other business issues, "the show must go on......."
Vocal whority

United States

#2 Jan 21, 2013
There is a vanishingly small number of people who support this monstrosity, and they hired hookers of various ages and sexes to sleep with the town board members to convince them of the need for "theatrics" downtown.
The Performing Arts Center has been rejected by people voting with their feet for the past 20 years. SOPA is dead. Long live SOPA.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#3 Jan 22, 2013
Count my name on the list of opposition to this project for reasons I have stated previously. I am not a downtown merchant or store owner, but I do care about the use and future of downtown. EPIC has no specific plan, no realistic numbers to present, or anything that would suggest that their proposal will succeed in doing anything other than taking up public parking spaces.
Ol Geezer

Denver, CO

#4 Jan 22, 2013
Sometime back one of the arguments by EPIC concerning congestion and parking downtown was stated as "I don't see where three hours at a time six to 10 times a year would be a problem"! How the hell can a theater be profitable with those kind of hours. A multi million dollar eysore in the middle of town sitting vacant. Let them rent out the high school auditorium for their performances with the money going to education.

United States

#5 Jan 23, 2013
The trustees did the right thing. The inappropriate response from the crowd after the vote-down showed just exactly how "philanthropic" the people involved in this really were. They were all in it for money and themselves, not to do something good for the community. Good riddance.
Hold on

Estes Park, CO

#6 Jan 23, 2013
To your dreams. This will come back as a smaller version with parking on the first level. I garantee it. And it will be run by six people who working 80 hours per week for nothing, and the land will be completely donated without any concern about taxes, and it will be designed for free, and the businesses that occupy it will be charged no rent, and any money made will be donated to Crossroads, and any tax revenue made will be doubled by the six people running things and used to pay off the debt.

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