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Old Yesterday, 02:36 PM
 
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More storage is definitely needed in that area!

The 3 car garages will be filled with "stuff" (not cars) so they need a place to store more of their "stuff".

Reminds me of a great George Carlin bit......
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Old Yesterday, 06:06 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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More storage is definitely needed in that area!

The 3 car garages will be filled with "stuff" (not cars) so they need a place to store more of their "stuff".

Reminds me of a great George Carlin bit......
George Carlin - a brilliant mind.
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Old Today, 08:02 PM
 
Location: Denver
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The area north of Pine Creek is already planned for housing. (Both sides of Powers).
Maybe they are putting storage there because CO Springs zones residential too aggressively?
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More storage is definitely needed in that area!

The 3 car garages will be filled with "stuff" (not cars) so they need a place to store more of their "stuff".

Reminds me of a great George Carlin bit......
Yeah, it's like the city is a suburb of Dallas that got detached. Quantity in abundance, but at the expense of city experience / ambiance.
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Old Today, 09:34 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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Maybe they are putting storage there because CO Springs zones residential too aggressively?


Yeah, it's like the city is a suburb of Dallas that got detached. Quantity in abundance, but at the expense of city experience / ambiance.
Not sure why everyone seems upset about the sprawl. Itís like this everywhere. COS is just like every other city. Downtown redevelopment and infill will come in time.
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