• 06/24/2024

    Parkland developer pushes back in Brighton’s Palizzi Farm condemnation battle

    June 10, 2024
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    by Scott Taylor

    Owners of Palizzi Farm in Brighton say a planned pipeline easement through their farm will halt production and put them out of business. Credit: Scott Taylor

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    Parkland Metropolitan District President Jack Hoagland denied making false claims in the process of condemning a path through a local farm after Brighton City Councilors raised questions about potential misrepresentations.

    At issue is Palizzi Farm and Hoagland’s effort to condemn part of it to run a stormwater line. The farm says the development would destroy its operations, but Hoagland has doubled down in a June 5 letter to Brighton officials to say farming would continue there.

    A letter, sent from Hoagland on June 5 to members of the Brighton City Council, City Manager Michael Martinez and City Attorney Alicia Calderon, defends Parkland’s plan to obtain a 40-foot-wide easement across Deb Palizzi’s property from east to west.

    Read the full article here: Parkland developer pushes back in Brighton’s Palizzi Farm condemnation battle


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