Some residents try to block planned development around Dinosaur Ridge
JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. -- Long before there was a C-470 highway or West Alameda Parkway, the replicas that make up the Dinosaur Ridge Visitors Center were the closest thing to a Rocky Mountain rush hour. Their neighborhood could become a bit more crowded. A five-building single-story development called Foothills Biz Park could be on the horizon at the southwest metro Denver location.