Russ and Judy Camp: Vote ‘no’ on Silverthorne ballot question |

Russ and Judy Camp: Vote ‘no’ on Silverthorne ballot question

Russ and Judy Camp

The half dozen property owners who are the driving force behind the eminent domain question were all aware of the easement across the back of their lots when they purchased them. The easements have been in place since 1963.

The issue comes down to the wishes of the half dozen owners who have an easement across their lots versus the safety and benefit of the other approximately 4,000 residents and guests being kept from enjoyment of the completed Blue River Trail.

Many efforts were made to negotiate with these lot owners to no avail.

Vote NO Aug. 14. Help Silverthorne be allowed to finish the Blue River Trail.

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