12.29.2005 12:00 AM
City of Golden Offers to Buy Site of Proposed Denver TV Tower
In these reports, there have often been references to articles from Rocky Mountain News reporter Charley Able concerning Denver broadcasters' efforts to construct a tower for DTV antennas on Lookout Mountain and the city of Golden's efforts to stop the proposed 730-foot tower. Last week, in the story Golden wants site tower-free, he reported the city of Golden offered $1.68 million for the Lookout Mountain tower site and threatened to take condemnation actions if necessary.

The article Golden wants site tower-free has more information on the Golden offer and Lake Cedar Group's reaction.


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