Developers in the Valley

Panelists address development issues at town hall VCR forum

January 5, 2012
Panelists address development issues at town hall VCR forum More than 150 residents of Carbondale and the surrounding area attended Wednesday's forum on the proposed Village at Crystal River development. Moderator Tim McFlynn asked panelists questions supplied by the audience, covering the project's public improvement fee, the town's economic stability and other issues relating to the development.

The panel opposing the development was composed of Debbie Bruell, Bob Schultz and Allyn Harvey. And the panelists supporting the development were Mark Chain, Frank McSwain Junior and the VCR developer, Rich Shierburg.

Photos from Wednesday's Village at Crystal River forum

1. Forum Intro

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2. Introductions pt 1

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2. Introductions pt 2

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3. Question 1: What if the citizens vote no?

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4. Question 2: Regarding the PIF

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5. Question 3: What should be there instead?

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6. Question 4: Sales tax revenue projections

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7. Question 5: City Market pt 1

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7. Question 5: City Market pt 2

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8. Question 6: Creating jobs and boosting the economy

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9. Question 7: How much of audience is eligible to vote

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10. Question 8: How much did the land cost and is it still for sale?

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11. Question 9: Residential units

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12. Question 10: River Valley Ranch, personal questions

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13. Question 11: Residents of limited means

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14. Conclusion and working together

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