The Gazette reported last week that City Transportation Manager Kathleen Krager's last day will be February 1. It was our understanding Krager didn't originally plan to retire this soon; we wonder if the timing is related to the upcoming election, given how controversial she has become. As the Gazette explained: We've had many objections to … Continue reading Krager’s retirement doesn’t end the controversy.
Several members of Restore Our Roads have been using the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) to obtain city employee emails regarding road narrowing. There is a lot of information and it is taking us quite some time to sift through it all, but today an email exchange came to our attention that we believe is … Continue reading Flashback: City Transportation Manager disregards public input, asks Colorado College what they want her to do instead
[Please see the end of this post for a response from Mr. Perez.] During the November 27 City Council meeting, cycling advocate Carlos Perez gave citizen comments. You can see the full video of his remarks below, but here is a transcript of the portion I'm going to address: I am not here to persuade … Continue reading Cycling advocate asks the City to ignore us.
During the June 2016 City Planning Commission meeting Kathleen Krager gave an extensive presentation on why she must narrow Cascade Avenue before students return in the fall. Keep in mind that at the time of this meeting, Cascade through Colorado College had seen: No fatalities Extraordinarily few pedestrian collisions A decrease in pedestrian collisions in recent … Continue reading Flashback: Krager implies she must hurry and narrow Cascade to save children’s lives.
The new bike lanes on Cascade Avenue aren’t the problem. The problem is Kathleen Krager (via Mayor Suthers) forcing an agenda on residents and a city who, for the most part, don’t want it. The will of the few is being forced on the many via bullying bureaucrats. Just look at the timeline: 2007 – … Continue reading Dear Kathleen Krager: No means no.
In June 2016 City Traffic Engineer Kathleen Krager tried to rush a lane reduction proposal through the City’s approval process before residents could review the proposal and voice their concerns and objections. Fortunately many of you took an active interest, showed up to the Planning Commission Meeting, and were instrumental in getting a 6-2 vote against Krager’s … Continue reading Kathleen Krager is at it again.
On June 8, 2016, City Transportation Manager Kathleen Krager announced her proposal to eliminate traffic lanes on Cascade Avenue through Colorado College (CC). On June 16, 2016, Krager presented her proposal to the City Planning Commission. (The Commission ultimately rejected the proposal 6-2.) Many ONEN residents do not want Cascade narrowed, but Krager is presenting this as an … Continue reading Krager can’t have it both ways with pedestrian safety.