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EDITORIAL: We can’t afford status quo on transit

After a 41-year wait, 365-day bus service is finally happening in Fort Collins. Last week City Council voted 6-1 to move forward with Sunday Transfort routes, making public transit possible for everyone, every day. It comes at a cost of $375,000 per year in the city’s 2017-18 budget. Colorado State University will pitch in $92,500 […]

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EDITORIAL: North College collaboration demonstrates city’s potential

When we work together, we win. Our community took a tremendous step forward recently when multiple agencies committed to solving a longstanding problem for an under-served community north of downtown Fort Collins. A 1,000-foot stretch of road has no sidewalks and no bike lanes, features that are critical connection points to social services and stores across […]

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EDITORIAL: North College collaboration demonstrates city’s potential Coloradoan Editorial Board

When we work together, we win. Our community took a tremendous step forward recently when multiple agencies committed to solving a longstanding problem for an under-served community north of downtown Fort Collins. A 1,000-foot stretch of road has no sidewalks and no bike lanes, features that are critical connection points to social services and stores across […]

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The Fort Collins Coloradoan editorial: We honor all who sacrifice for freedom

Each year we rightly celebrate Memorial Day. We remember those who served in uniform and died either in armed conflict or from various other causes. Memorial Day grew out of Decoration Day, first celebrated in 1868 when the Grand Army of the Republic decorated the graves of the Union war dead with flowers. Former Confederate […]

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