Eagle town candidate Q&A: Chris Boyd
Resident of the valley for 30 years.Resident of the town for 10 years.Neighborhood of residence: The TerraceOccupation: Sales, Alpine LumberPublic office experience: Member of Eagle Planning & Zoning
Boyd and his wife, Mary, launched the Eagle 4th of July Bike Parade six years ago.
Traffic, tax revenue
Possibly depends on size and development. My fear is if it gets too big, we issue all the bonds, and it fails, well be in trouble.
No more development until we can handle what is here now.
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Impact fees and sales tax.
No. The town would have a hard time restricting access to public lands.
Eby Creek, Highway 6 roundabout. Traffic would be much worse without it.