RTD station slated near wetland area?: Inside Adams County-Federal Boulevard fight

Update: Moments ago, Kevin Flynn, public information manager for RTD, shared his thoughts about the debate over where a Gold Line commuter rail station in Adams County should be located -- on the east side of Federal Boulevard, where it was previously set, or on the west side, near a wetland area. Flynn's remarks are beneath the original post -- and he also offers a statement that's included with previously published supplementary documents.
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