The Administration is proposing to annex over 300 acres in the south part of Rooney Valley from the Village of Morrison. Check out the proposal and an analysis of the potential impacts.
Since City Council under Adam Paul is unwilling to make meaningful changes to slow down and manage growth, citizens have taken the lead and are seeking to put an initiative on November’s ballot. The measure would limit residential growth to 1% per year
Milestone – Southeast corner of Kipling & Alameda
Ohio Ave. Apts. – proposal for 250 apartments north of Safeway
Heritage West Visa – proposal for 50-unit apartments on W. Jewell Ave. east of Union Blvd.,
I Love You
This old joke about relationships represents what we are facing in our community. Lakewood is a great place that we all love. But it is facing changes. While change is inevitable, all change is not the same.
There is good change. That is progress.
Then there is bad change. That’s a community going to he!!* in a Handbasket.
Where is Lakewood going? Under the current political administration the city is increasing our population, creating higher density, developing the remaining open spaces, and creating overcrowding.
At this rate, the Lakewood we love will be gone and replaced something that looks more like Aurora or Denver.
Is This the New Lakewood?
300+ APARTMENTS GOING UP ALONG UNION BLVD.