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City, county at odds over farmland in urban renewal plan

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By Ramsey Scott

Arapahoe County notified Littleton last week that it is formally objecting to the inclusion of agricultural lands in the city’s urban renewal plan for the South Santa Fe corridor.

The parcels, referred to as the Ensor properties, are at the southwest corner of West Mineral Avenue and South Santa Fe Drive. While the land was zoned by the city in the early 1980s for planned development, it still is classified by the Arapahoe County assessor as dry farmland.


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