RMNP: underfunded and under threat

RMNP: underfunded and under threat

There are 4 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Jan 16, 2014, titled RMNP: underfunded and under threat. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

From our first encounter with elk and pika to camping in majestic peaks, Rocky Mountain National Park is where some of our most cherished memories are formed.

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Denver, CO

#1 Jan 16, 2014
Rosener and Blackhurst, typical realtors's thinking. Does every open space have to have a building on it. Pretty soon the only open space to be viewed in Estes Park will be a picture in your little museum.
Preserve the opem space before it's too late!

Longmont, CO

#2 Jan 16, 2014
Here we are with more promises of financial gain. A week or so ago The EP Trail cited "50-60 WELL PAYING jobs to be gained by having The Anshutz Wellness Center. I asked for a fact sheet stating exactly what those jobs are and the salary commensurate with each job. NO RESPONSE!
To you Mr. Rosener, how about presenting us with a fact sheet and job analysis of all your claims and convince us with pure and physical fact that your statistics are accurate and real. Until then you're doing nothing but blowing hot air. Please take your city ways and leave Estes Park. People come here for it's quaintness and beauty, not to see a concrete jungle.
Erik Digarza

Fort Collins, CO

#3 Jan 17, 2014
For Greg Rosener: "$1,500,000 lost positive cash flow to the Estes Park Medical Center" – do you really want visitors to get hurt and spend their money at the hospital just to prop up your local economy?

Honestly, I am much more likely to visit Estes Park because of open space, and not because of yet another ugly building. The town has enough of those already.
Estes Park Resident

Estes Park, CO

#4 Jan 21, 2014
Sydney. Springer brings up many unknown questions about nutrition that the Anschutz Wellness Center is going to solve. Unfortunately, I doubt that the Anschutz Center in Aurora has any of the answers either. What foods increase or decrease inflammation? Other than identifying allergies, such things are not known to science. If you think you have an allergy, go to an MD who specializes in this field. Don't waste $5,000 to $10,000 at a Wellness Center to get told things you want to hear.

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