Gypsum council candidate: Kyle Hall
Vail, CO Colorado
Occupation: Eagle County sheriff’s deputy
Twenty-one years as
The amount of traffic in the next four years is going to double. We need to be ready.
Developers should cover the costs of the infrastructure of new development of residential and commercial properties. Impact fees are good source of revenue.
The recently completed master traffic study suggests traffic improvements. Gypsum citizens drive to and through Eagle daily. Developing partnerships with Eagle to combat the traffic problem is a must.
Major growth in business and residential.
Gypsum’s growth has been good, bringingmore people and businesses to the area. The recreation center and new businesses offer locals recreation and a place close to home to shop.
Big-box developments in Gypsum would be great for the economy and the workforce providing jobs and bringing business in from surrounding communities.
Gypsum has space available for housing. The town should require that developers set aside workforce units.
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