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Alberta link too close for comfort in Frisco study

Stephanie CurtisFrisco

Which came first, the developer or the consultant? It strikes me as at least suspicious that at the meeting between the Frisco Town Council and its consultant, Ford Frick of BBC, yet again, members of Alberta Development Partners were present.Didn’t we bid these fellows adieu many months back after their initial strike to pollute our fine town with unwanted urban sprawl?How many private meetings have taken place between the developer and consultant to promote each other? It’s all just a little too clandestine to be coincidence.Even the consultant’s model used during his presentation enlisted Alberta’s proposed development mock-up for his version of “best use” for the 9.4-acre site just west of the Summit Stage Frisco Transfer Center. How far back does this go, and who are we to believe? Feels like a “sold” sign just went up for the charming past known as Main Street Frisco.


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