May Basalt prosper |

May Basalt prosper

Basalt welcomes the new buildings, shops, restaurants and businesses; the town looks wonderful and alive.

We need safe pedestrian areas and convenient parking for those coming to enjoy our quaint community. Mr. Levine is hardly a judge of what is aesthetic in Basalt when his property has never been visibly inviting as an entrance to town.

The Phillips 66 and southwest RFTA corners of the main intersection are the only eyesore of downtown. The new Basalt is a town to be proud of and, as always, very people friendly. May they all prosper.

The Berk family


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