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Mouse control at the stable

Next to our stable: No conflict of interest for developer Gino Campana

Update (03-20-12): City Council agrees with earlier all-clear (Coloradoan reporting 36 houses planned for development on Poudre River.)

Longtime resident and developer Gino Campana did not violate city conflict-of-interest rules when he participated in a Planning and Zoning Board discussion on code changes that ultimately could affect one of his projects, city officials say.

(The Coloradoan.com)

Gino Campana's trailer park redevelopment project on the Poudre River sits next to our stable. It's interesting to note that annexation is already a done deal, at least in The Colordoan's mind, and that conceptual review is underway for the project. (Click on the Coloradoan.com link above for the full story.)

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