Tours of Strawberry Fields are still available daily.
While City Council
approved trading the city's Strawberry Fields
open space to The Broadmoor
on May 24, some new developments are taking shape
, as reported in Wednesday's Independent
. An update:
• Save Cheyenne has hired Charles Norton, a Denver attorney, who plans to file a lawsuit within days, challenging the decision.
• Save Cheyenne is considering collecting signatures to mount a ballot measure for the April 2017 city election that would require voters be consulted on any park land and open space trades or sales.
• Save Cheyenne has an office set up at 322 N. Tejon Street, Suite 206, which is above Richard Skorman's businesses. Skorman is the organization's leader. For info, call 578-5513.
• Skorman is still giving guided tours of Strawberry Fields. Meet daily at 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. at Sacred Grounds coffee shop at 1801 Cheyenne Boulevard.
• Now that Save Cheyenne has its non-profit designation by the IRS, donations are tax deductible.