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I would like to correct your Jan. 22 article titled “Littleton council approves new developer hearings.” You wrote, “Carol Brzeczek… said her research suggested that other communities have found PPPs to be irrelevant in their planning processes.”
What I said was my research told me that this process did not exist and therefore was not being used in Longmont or Aurora — two of the four cities that were cited as being used to compile the PPP process being considered. And, that Arvada had used their process (called a sketch plan) once and was using it for the second time that evening so it hardly has a track record. I never used the word irrelevant.
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