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Letter: Private property ramifications along RFTA line?

Attention all residents along the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority right of way from Glenwood to Aspen, especially if you live on the wrong side of the tracks: Please visit http://www.rfta.com/traildocs.html.

A revised access crossing plan is presented that may have ramifications to your property and the ability to sell it in the future. The most relevant points are on page 14. It is worth reading and submitting comments before Saturday.

David Swersky

Woody Creek

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