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Colorado / Population Growth #163493

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 11, 1996
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(Denver: Peter Jennings) The increasing growth in the state of Colorado examined; scenes shown of suburban housing going up everywhere at the expense of farm and grazing lands. [Realtor Steve SHUTTLEWORTH, WOMAN, University of Colorado professor Dr. Tom CLARK, Colorado state senate Mike FEELEY - talk about the state's development dilemma.] The challenge to the state of trying to manage this growth, especially the need to control water resources, outlined.

(Boulder: Tom Foreman) The efforts of Boulder, Colorado, to manage growth examined; scenes shown from the community threatened by the high cost of housing and massive traffic. [Assistant city manager Stan ZIMLER, cooperative housing resident Will TOOR, Link VTC Art ZEILE - talk about the city's problems.]

Foreman, Tom;
Jennings, Peter

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