Reader: Sunflower Market on Colfax an easy call, so why did Denver City Council make it hard?
Patricia Calhoun's item about a Denver City Council food fight over building a new Sunflower Market on Colfax sparked a strong take from one of our most regular commenters after the project was approved.
Here's what he had to say.
Robert Chase writes:
That the City Council is having difficulty deciding to allow the placement of a grocery store in a blighted commercial area which has no grocery stores and has many nearby residents who would benefit is an indication of its dysfunctionality.
For more memorable takes, visit our Comment of the Day archive.
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