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Pursuit of Happiness
In the New Year we wished each desires and needs.
other happiness, yet the search for The best description of happiness
it is by no means new. The search is satisfaction. The individual must
started with the dawn of humanity, be content with his/her life. A happy
and in ancient times many a writing person finds that it is indeed a pleasure
addressed happiness. Discussions to live, to the extent of not questioning
about the pursuit of happiness, first the reason of existence. By contrast an
identified as an inalienable right, unhappy person is worried, scared,
have been part of American life since undecided, always questioning the
the Declaration of Independence. In benefit of life. The former person is
the eighteenth century the topic was characterized by satisfaction, the latter
generalized, until it gained momentum by emptiness.
in the nineteen sixties with the advent A happy person is a realist and
"RIAN-ONDT OWNERs of decent living and good health. happy with this reality, but not because
What exactly contributes to of it, rather due to the fact that s/
2ESIDENTIALAND#OMMERCIAL happiness? Many factors, for instance he lives in reality. It is possible that
living in an economically prosperous the source of happiness is to change
%CO FRIENDLY0AINTS country, where democracy flourishes reality; hence a happy person sees the
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civil liberties are an important factor, without any planning, may voluntarily
but not inequality of income and change reality. A happy person will

purchasing power. These two factors recognize a tragedy when s/he sees
do not affect happiness. it, yet in the midst of it all s/he can
Countries like Denmark, identify an exit strategy.
Switzerland, Austria, Iceland and An erroneous picture of happiness

Finland have the highest degree of is a conviction that one must attain
happiness in view of democracy and what s/he wants. In general this is not
the possibility for citizens to participate true, since a happy person is the one
in popular vote, while government who makes personal initiatives, knows
is trusted and social hierarchy is what s/he wants, is independent
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depends on the quality of society and high, manages stress, knows how to
the extent of social tolerance. Class approach kinsmen and builds rapport
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equality of gender. In fact the human being wants to
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Monroe Pointe reshapes

Cherry Creek living
It’s hard not to
notice the major
redevelopment of
the Cherry Creek
shopping and resi-
dential district. But
among the fancy
new New-York-
City-style condo-
miniums, posh bou-
tiques and private
gyms, one Cherry
Creek develop-
ment has quietly
emerged: Monroe
Pointe. Monroe
Pointe is the first
development proj-
ect of Bruce and
Stuart Rifkin, sons
of the equally quiet Bruce Rifkin of Monroe Pointe
and private Monroe
“Monty” Rifkin, one of Denver’s nota-
ble cable pioneers.
Construction on the 69-unit Monroe
Pointe was completed at the end of
January, and residents have already
begun to move in. In contrast to the
numerous high-end developments
now springing up across Cherry Creek
and remaining dormant, Monroe o 8F$PVME)BWF-JWFE"OZXIFSFdp
Pointe sold all but one of its multi-
million dollar units before the building
was even half complete. The secret to
the development's success?
"Do your homework up front," says
Bruce Rifkin, who looked at several
different plans for the site before mov-
ing forward with the current design.
"People wanted something that was
more like individual homes within a
building, not a cookie-cutter, square
"With the location, and size, we
wouldn't want to be doing 270 units,"
explains Rifkin. "People wanted bigger
units, and to be able to adapt. We kept
the building skinny, with wider units,
more light, and more glass - the idea
was to let in as much light as possible, IR E NE AND BUR L E Y – RESIDENTS OF ARBORETUM AT CHEESMAN
so that when you step inside, it's not
like stepping into an apartment - it's
more like looking at a painting of the
amazing views."
According to the Rifkins, Monroe
Pointe is a place for people who want OUR FRIENDS CALL US INTERNATIONAL GLOBETROTTERS, JET SETTERS. So when we made the move to
to live the Cherry Creek lifestyle
Denver, people were curious about where we would end up. Only one place fit our eclectic lifestyle
quietly. Within walking distance to
favorite restaurants and shopping, the and our personal style, like my favorite cashmere sweater. Arboretum. It took us 20 minutes to decide
Pointe offers a private address slightly
removed from the retail center’s hustle to buy here. I’m a retired horticulturist. He bikes. With the Botanic Gardens in our backyard, and
and bustle. As such, it's been a natural
draw for young professionals, as well Cheesman Park around the corner, we cover a lot of ground in our new neighborhood. There isn’t
as empty-nesters. "But the surprise has
one thing we like most about living here, there are about a 100 things. We could have lived anywhere.
been the Aspen and Vail buyers," says
Rifkin, describing a clientele who live We chose Arboretum because it’s a lot like us, VSCBOCZOBUVSF
in the mountains, but are looking for
well-located, low-maintenance, high
end city residences for weekend trips DOWNTOWN

and periods of higher business vol-



ume. "We had no idea that that buyer


was even out there." E 12TH AVE

Even though the more-expensive


residences are all but sold out, people

looking for the quieter Cherry Creek


lifestyle still have


options. Monroe Pointe residences E 8TH AV E

start in the mid-300s and offer a vari-

ety of floor plans. CHERRY CREEK

Monroe Pointe is at the corner of MAP NOT TO SCALE SHOPPING DISTRICT

Monroe Street and Cherry Creek Drive

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sales office at 303.333.5280.
Page 16 Cherry Creek News & Central Denver Dispatch February 15, 2008

Think Green Globally, Act Green

by Councilman Doug Linkhart Chris Nevitt to ease the city approval
While the U.S. continues to be process for evaporative coolers while
slow to follow other world leaders keeping the process the same for air
in addressing global warming, there conditioners.
is a lot of action at the local level, Greenprint Denver was adopted
both in Denver and cities around the by the City over a year ago as a
world. comprehensive plan for reducing
Sometimes our contribution to global warming.
it’s not easy One recent action taken as part of
being green. that plan was to reduce the amount
That’s what of energy used by the City Hall
the owner of holiday display. Many of the incan-
the Mercury descent lights used in the display
Café in down- were replaced this year with LED
town Denver lights, saving 3,300 kilowatt-hours of
found when energy and preventing three tons of
she asked the carbon dioxide from going into the

Goggles, sunglasses City for per-

mission to put
small wind
The City is also incorporating
green concepts in its first ever com-
and eyeglasses turbines on her rooftop to convert
some of her energy use to wind
prehensive revision to the zoning
code, looking at ways to encourage
power. After months of wrangling new buildings to be energy efficient
- and virtually everything is with city agencies, the Café was
finally allowed to install two small
and at other tools for energy conser-
vation. The City is also undertaking
available in prescription. propellers, which now generate a
large portion of the energy used by
a Solid Waste Master Plan, which
will include strategies for expand-
the establishment. ing recycling programs. We are
Denver City Council is in the also working with the Democratic
process of making it easier for busi- National Committee to minimize
nesses and homes to use both wind waste and energy consumption from
and solar energy. An amendment to this summer’s convention.
303-455-3369 the zoning code developed during
the past year by my office in con-
Denver recently signed on to
the newly created World Mayors’
4337 TENNYSON sultation with neighborhood orga- and Local Governments’ Climate
Protection Agreement, a document
nizations will allow these devices
DENVER COLORADO in more locations and with fewer originating from the recent inter-
approvals than before. national conference in Indonesia. The City is involved in many The agreement follows an earlier
other efforts as well to reduce ener- agreement signed by over 600 cities
S u p p o r t Yo u r L o c a l M e rch a n t s gy use and global warming. Two worldwide as a means of tackling
months ago City Council adopted an global warming one city at a time,
S h o p Te n ny s o n S t r e e t Fi r s t ordinance authored by Councilman worldwide.

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February 15, 2008 Cherry Creek News & Central Denver Dispatch Page 17

Following your passion -

a pilot's dream Direct by Mail Works!
Jack Blosser is living his dream in Chemistry and Physics (teaching The Cherry Creek News & Central Denver
and loving every minute. minor), pilot, teacher, research engi-
After teaching and tutoring classes neer, manager of research and devel-
Dispatch is growing. So are our advertisers.
and flight simulation in the highly
ranked School of Aerospace Science
opment, father of four, Jack has lived
a full life. But with his marriage to his
We’re mailed monthly to over 8,500
at Metropolitan State College for over college sweetheart Pat and balancing homes in these neighborhoods and we've
eight years, he has been selected as a family of six and career, he had to
one of several pilots to receive coveted set aside his true passion, flying. added Crestmoor and Lowry!
training in one of two CRJ aircraft sys- But more than six decades into his
tems. The CRJ Q-200 twin engine is life, Jack experienced a major turning
a state-of-the-art jet that Frontier has
10th Avenue
point. He had a choice. Sit around
selected as part of its Lynx line and with many other seniors who now 8th Avenue
deemed as future competition with fill the assisted living apartment com-
United’s successful Ted. plex where he lives, putting puzzles
This is hot off-the-press news. The together and playing chess, living
curriculum for the Metro student
Serving Your
only on memories and wishful think-
courses hasn’t even been developed Best Custome
ing. rs:
and the simulation labs are being Or follow a dream. from Bonnie
Grounds and B ra e, Polo

University Blvd.
built as you read this. The training Jack says he will never forget the Cherry Creek
will prepare students in the latest in evening in the early 1990s when he Lee Belcaro ...
and Glendale
avionics, including all-glass instru- gazed at a beautiful orange-streaked

mentation. Colorado sunset with his youngest Hilltop, C

The fact that Jack is 80 years old son, Kenny. Lowry. oor and
– and sharp as they come – is only “So what do you want to do, Dad
incidental. - retire?” Mississippi Ave.

“If I weren’t doing this [teaching], Jack was thoughtful.

I don’t know what I’d be doing,” he “Well,” his son urged, “why don’t
said. “My greatest satisfaction is mak- you follow your dream? Why don’t you Do you know who is reading your ad? Because the Cherry
ing a contribution in the lives of these do what you have always wanted to
kids.” do?”
Creek News & Central Denver Dispatch is mailed directly to
Blosser, who logs in an average of Jack considered it. He looked more than 8,500 households in Denver’s top demographics, we
15-20 hours tutoring, teaching flight around him at the seniors who seemed can guarantee our advertisers the exposure their businesses need
simulation and Global Positioning to be wasting away, awash in memo- in front of Denver’s best customers.
Satellite (GPS), as well as the CRJ ries of the past. And he wondered -
classes he currently takes, teaches as how could he get back to his first love ...And at affordable rates! (this ad? From just $162 a month.)
a volunteer. of actual participation in aeronautics, The Cherry Creek News and Central Denver Dispatch delivers
In April 2001, he was nominat- and not just as a ground level specta- the customers your business has been looking for.
ed for the News 7 Everyday Hero tor?
Award. With Kenny’s encouragement, Call today and find out what the Cherry Creek News
“My students are exceptional,” he Jack, who had long ago achieved
beams. The success stories rev his senior citizen status, enrolled in the
can do for your business.
engine. One young man, certified for Emily Griffin School of Aeronautics at
Leer, 737, Falcon 2000 and other jets,
(303) 458-7541
Stapleton. With a proficiency update
he says, is now a private jet pilot for and flight hours, he renewed his
the Remax president. pilot’s license.
Ever since he was a boy, Jack has After that, what next?
loved aeronautics - anything to do “Opportunities abound in the
with planes and flying. From build- newspaper.” Jack, who is a vora- several semesters for him to work backed up with inertial navigation
ing “hundreds of” models, to earning cious reader, smiles. “And one day through his fears. equipment.
his pilots’ license and masterminding I came upon a great one: the free But his desire and dream were stron- Jack says teaching the kids is tre-
a two-week adventuresome ride in Metro-Meritus education program at ger than the fears... mendously fulfilling. Teaching col-
a B-13 retired basic trainer plane for Metropolitan College for seniors.” In lege kids who are serious about their
Army and Air Force around America this program, anyone in the Denver Passing on Passion and chosen career makes all the differ-
with his best friend when they were area 60 and older could audit classes. Knowledge to the Students ence. “It pays me so much intrinsi-
22. “Auditing means no tests,” Jack Jack said he found the faculty cally. I love the kids. I love flying. I
His two passions, teaching and smirks. to be “absolutely outstanding…. love the academic atmosphere.”
flying, became a fulfilling reality late He plunged in and got busy again, By the student’s second semester “There is camaraderie among
in life because Jack had the persis- taking most of the aviation courses or sophomore year, he or she is pilots that cannot be matched, espe-
tence and fortitude to press on toward offered at Metro. But it was not with- expected to have their private pilot’s cially among instructors at the col-
the dream... out a lot of trepidation at first. Here license. Many in the program go on lege level.”
he was surrounded by young kids to become commercial pilots.” How does he keep up with it all,
How the Dream Came Alive in their teens and 20s! He thought Jack’s zest for life, his enthusi- even at 80?
A WWII and Korean War vet- to himself at first looking around at asm and positive attitude are conta- “I feel great!” Jack says. His rigor-
eran, honor graduate of Colorado the young kids, “What the heck am gious. “Age is a state of mind, not a ous routine of daily exercises match-
University with a Distributed Degree I doing in these classes?!” It took chronological number.” es his fast-paced speech pattern.
And, he adds, “Flying is so His most recent of two heart attacks
addictive because there is such an occurred three years ago. “But I’ve
exhilarating freedom in the air. never felt better in my life.” His LDL

Classic children’s gifts for There’s nothing that can compare

to it.”
cholesterol is down to 70 (150-170,
he says, is normal). He eats oatmeal

all your special occasions! But something comes almost as

close: teaching the kids. After five
years of learning, flying and follow-
every day, totally cuts trans fats but
adds in Omega 3 and flax seed oil.
He also avoids milk.
2007 Best “Traditional Tike” Store In Denver He has a plaque in his home
ing his passion, he was asked to be a
5280 Magazine teachers’ aid in one of the simulator acknowledging his nomination for
classes...then he was asked to teach the News 7 Everyday Hero in 2001,
• Birthday Gifts signed by Cindy Velasques, VP
another, then another. Surrounded
• Engravable Baby Keepsakes by flight training equipment that General Manager and Mitch Jelniker,

• Handsmocked & Monogrammable includes 10 single engine simula- News Anchor. Its sentiment expresses
tors, six twin engine simulators (one the legacy Jack continues to leave in
Clothing equivalent of a Leer jet), he has the lives of young aviation students.
• Toys and Charming Room Accessories taken students on their first flights, “Your contribution is very admirable
and progressed to GPS training. and your enthusiasm and dedication are
• and much more... He currently offers his services second to none. We applaud your efforts
to the students as a volunteer tutor to reach out and improve the lives of your
Featuring items recently pictured in Parents & People Magazines for specialized Required Navigation fellow Coloradans. It is people like you
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ficult landings, utilizing GPS and
Page 18 Cherry Creek News & Central Denver Dispatch February 15, 2008

Jewish Teen Athletes Sought

For 2008 JCC Maccabi Games

Calling Jewish teen athletes! The Since originating in 1982, the JCC
Robert E. Loup Jewish Community Maccabi Games have become the
Center is searching for a few athletic largest Jewish teen event in the world
Jewish youths, ages 13-16, to compete – each summer about 6,000 entrants
in the JCC Maccabi Games this sum- participate. Besides athletic competi-
mer in San Diego. The JCC of Denver
has been granted 30 spots for boys
tion the games promote teamwork,
positive feelings about being Jewish
 
and girls interested in playing basket-
ball, soccer, volleyball or tennis – or
in bowling, swimming or dancing --
and community involvement. Team
members stay with host families, are
challenged by international compe-
at the competition on Aug. 3-8. tition and have the opportunity to
Tryouts for each of these sports
will take place in February at the
meet and befriend Jewish peers from
most of the 50 states and countries 
JCC, 350 S. Dahlia St. To view a video
about this extraordinary opportunity,
that have included Canada, Mexico,
Australia, the United Kingdom and 
visit and search for JCC Israel.
and maccabi games. To find out more about the games 
Last summer 12 teens represented and tryouts, contact Ben Moke, ath-
this JCC in soccer, swimming, ten- letic director, 303-316-6304, bmoke@
nis and track and field at the 25th
anniversary Olympic-style event in 
Orange County, CA. 
Senior options at JCC 
Senior specials are available at the
Robert E. Loup Jewish Community
improving posture and core strength.
All of these exercise classes are free for 
Center, 350 S. Dahlia St., through JCC Sports & Fitness Center members
March 31. From now till then, seniors (or $35 for eight classes for JCC Chai 
can take advantage of an opportunity members).
to enrich the whole self -- mind, body
and spirit -- by joining as a JCC Chai
Additionally, adult JCC members
can enjoy a wide assortment of other
member at $20 per year and by adding recreational activities such as theatre,
a Sports & Fitness Center membership art classes, road trips, speakers and
at 20% off of the special senior rate. entertainment -- plus food, friend-
Those interested also have the option
of trying senior exercise classes for as
ship and more. Among the center’s
senior attractions are computer class-
little as $4.50 per day with a senior fit- es; writing, literature, Yiddish, current 

ness “Lite & Easy” punch card. events and schmoozing groups; poker,
The Sports & Fitness Center offers bridge and mah jongg games – and a 
a variety of programs geared for aging new mah jongg class for beginners.
JCC members at varied fitness levels The JCC senior department also orga-
who want to be active. For example, nizes scenic train excursions, national
they may choose Low Impact exercise park outings; and museum, sympho-
classes including aerobic dance, light ny, opera and casino visits. Senior
weights and fun; Arthritis Aquafitness Forum is a Tuesday morning program
providing joint and range of motion presenting talks by experts on var-
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The combination of higher alti- cloudy days.
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reflected by the snow puts skiers and evenly to all exposed skin - most
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cer. More than 90 percent of all skin not get the maximum protection.
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Robins, MD, President of The Skin * Always wear a lip balm with an
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est months ahead of us, it's more sensitive than most parts of the skin.
* Cover up with clothing, includ-
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Higher altitude means UV-blocking sunglasses.
increased levels of harmful * Reapply at least every two hours,
UV exposure compared to and more often after sweating or
sea level areas. UV exposure to wind and snow.
exposure increases 8-10 * Carry a travel-sized sunscreen
percent with every 1,000 and lip balm with you on the slopes.
feet above sea level. At an Reapply on the chairlift, especially
after a long, snow-blown run.
altitude of 9-10,000 feet, Cover Up
UV may be 45-50 percent * Wear items like ski masks,
more intense than at sea which will cover most of the skin,
level. In addition, snow leaving very little exposed to the
reflects about 80 percent wind and sun.
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often hit by the same rays
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A review of recessions
This economic slump its monetary policy in response to to have only brief and temporary
the runaway inflation of the late effects.
could be just another 1970s. But economists see it differ-
Looking for
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rate was higher than at any time
the sky falling? Is this the end of
since the Great Depression. But
the world? No. Recessions have
occurred throughout our history,
the Fed’s tactic worked. By 1983, Beverly Newton
inflation was down from double
and the economy has bounced
digits to 3.2%. Between February
North Denver Notions
back. So you want to be healthier, more varied. It includes catnip, horsemint,
1983 and August 1987, the Dow
The National Bureau of active, or even entertain grandchildren lemon balm, spearmint and peppermint.
climbed from the 1,100s to 2,700.
Economic Research has identi- or your own children. I can tell you how Chewing peppermint leaves is one way
The 1973-75 recession
fied ten American recessions since to do it with one word: to use this plant, for diges-
Ah, yes. Remember waiting
World War II; this would be the
in line for gas? Remember buy- garden. Down the tion and freshening the
eleventh. Let’s take a look at It’s great exercise mouth. Catmint is pretty
some notable recessions in recent
ing gas only on even or odd days
if you’re planting and
garden path in a bouquet. Catnip can
according to your license plate?
decades, and the way Wall Street crouching because you’re be made into a tea to sooth
This one occurred not only due to strengthening your thigh muscles. If stress and nervousness. The desperate
reacted to them.
the OPEC embargo, but also as a you’re planting you’re stretching, twist- cats in my neighborhood eat my horsem-
The 2001 recession
byproduct of the U.S., U.K., and ing, and strengthening your back. After int because they can’t find catnip. It
This one lasted eight months,
other key nations going off the you’re finished stand up and clasp your seems to work for them.
by NBER’s estimation, and it fol-
gold standard in the early 1970s. hands behind your back and stretch One of the plants recommended for
lowed the longest economic expan-
That move devalued the dollar them out as far as you can and hold xeriscaping is skull cap. This plant has
sion in U.S. history (1991-2001). It
and other benchmark currencies. for 20 seconds. If you’re hoeing you’re mild sedative qualities. Made into a tea
accompanied the last bear market,
So in October 1973, OPEC decided strengthening your upper arms, shoul- and drunk just before bedtime, it relieves
which lasted roughly from mid-
to price oil relative to the price of ders, and, believe it or not, your stomach insomnia.
2000 to late 2002. In 2002, stocks Did you know that Balm of Gilead
gold instead of the value of the muscles.
tanked: the Dow Jones Industrial The rewards of gardening are many. mentioned several times in the Bible is
dollar. Its member nations also
Average was down 16.8% for the You get a stronger body, you get to eat quaking aspen? Don’t plant it. It’s a
cut production levels. Over the
year, the S&P 500 sank 23.4%, and the vegetables and enjoy the flowers all pest. Go into the mountains and bring
next few months, crude oil prices
the NASDAQ fell 31.5%. But in summer long. Children enjoy garden- home some leaves as this is the part
quadrupled. Commodities prices
2003, the market made a powerful ing for the same reason. They get to that’s used.
took off. The bull market in com-
comeback: the Dow gained 25.3% use what they produce. It can instill a Dandelions are used to stimulate the
modities lasted until the dawn of
on the year, the S&P 500 26.4%, lifelong passion. liver and eliminate toxins in the blood.
the 1980s. When the OPEC embar-
and the NASDAQ an amazing Another way to improve your health Who does not have a plethora of these
go hit, Wall Street was already in
50%. The bulls kept running right is to plant herbs. Most gardeners, if they plants? Pick or dig it early in the spring
the middle of a bear market. Yet have room, will have an herb garden. I (the only time you can use this plant)
on through 2007.
just a short time later, in July have herbs but they are scattered among and make a tea of the ground-up root.
The 1990-91 recession
1976, the Dow hit 1,011, its highest flowering plants. I grow parsley, dill, According to my herb books, dandelion
Some trace the roots of this one
point between January 1973 and basil and three or four mints. tea is for everything that ails you.
back to Black Monday in 1987,
October 1982. Many herbs grow well for us. Mints Other wild herbs that are relatively
others to the S&L failures and
So some perspective is in are used to aid digestion. They open easy to find are asparagus, burdock, wild
junk bond collapses of the late

order. up the stomach so food can slip into iris (also known as Douglas iris) chick-
1980s. The first three quarters of
Until the last quarter-century the small intestine. Mints are offered weed, native primrose (yellow)  
1991 represented the depths of
or so, recessions commonly and in many restaurants for this reason. All weed, and mullein. To learn how to use
this recession, which did much to
thwart the reelection of President
George H.W. Bush. Interestingly,
cyclically occurred every few
years. Only two post-WWII reces-
sions have lasted longer than a

mints grow so well in our area that
they must be curbed or they’ll take over
your garden. This family is large and
these weeds or herbs I suggest buying a

good herb book.   lot.*** 
I use mine a  

this one occurred in the middle of

year. Some analysts feel this is

an 18-month bull market. Between
due to the evolution of the U.S.
the start of 1990 and the end of
economy over the years: today,
1991, the Dow rose from 2,810 to
consumer spending and the ser-
vice sector are huge drivers, not
The 1981-82 recession
just manufacturing.
This one was quite severe,

While no one has a crystal ball, )
lasting 16 months. Some histo-

what is apparently the first reces- )
rians blame this recession on the
sion in seven years may fall in line
Federal Reserve, which tightened
with recent economic examples,
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Crestmoor(3), LRA/LCMA/Task Mayor was as productive as it
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The following are highlights of be informed in the future. We also
the meeting; comments made by have a promise that the GDP will
Mayor Hickenlooper: have to be submitted by the devel-
·The Mayor acknowledged the oper. This means the developer
community’s concerns. He dis- will have to approach the commu-
cussed his desire for the best plan nity for approval before going to
and acknowledged that the imme- the City for any change in zoning.
diate surrounding communities are LUN will soon post to its web site (
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