How Many Different "Consultants" Have Told the City This Over the Years?
Dear Loveland Magazine,
Just read your summary of the Loveland Station proceedings......I thank you again for your diligence in reporting the facts--especially for residents like me who are working out of Loveland much of the time now (Historical Reconfiguration of Historic Downtown Loveland).
We opted out of trying to run our mobile coffee business in Historic Downtown Loveland after the City placed unnecessary and unreasonable restrictions on our presence and had to be prodded into giving our business any temporary permit at all. I find it most interesting that Rick Greiwe, of the Greiwe Development Group mentions a coffee shop specifically in his plans for the Loveland Station boutique "neighborhood".
Also interesting is the rezoning of 12 acres--ever nearer to my house-- so the City can increase the population density and hence traffic in an area which Greiwe has indicated is a problem already.
I am so angry that the City has never put the energy into the obvious--the Loveland Madeira Road business corridor that they have promised over and over again over the years and years. That was on the agenda of the City and/or Council even before we opened our coffee shop on Loveland Madeira Road in 2005.
A professional like Greiwe isn't going to put his company on the line for marginal retail space at Loveland Station when he knows that kind of development should take place on Loveland Madeira Road. How many different "consultants" have told the City this over the years?
Buzzthru Espresso Bar
250 East Loveland Ave