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Daily Difference: What Works (Golden, Colorado / Land Development / Neighborhood Activism) #578921

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 17, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Golden, Colorado: Roger O'Neil) Efforts by citizens of Golden, Colorado, to stop land development there featured; scenes shown of protester being arrested; excerpts shown from home video and computer modeling. [Neighborhood activist Bini ABBOTT, canyon coalition Sharon FREEMAN - comment on fighting developers.] [MAN, quarry development opponent Jan WILKINS - make speeches against development.] [Quarry developer Ren GOLTRA - comments on involvement of pressure groups.] [County commissioner John STONE - comments on neighborhood activism.]

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Brokaw, Tom;
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