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Ken Olson stands near the property he doesn't want to see developed.

Resident objects to apartments, city planner says zoning fits

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When Ken Olson looks outside his house of 33 years at Broadway and Orange streets, he sees the future. It fills him with dismay and anger.

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For now, he still sees a woods teeming with a diverse ecosystem, a "treasure trove" of opossums, squirrels, raccoons, skunks, rabbits, deer, orioles, wrens, woodpeckers, bluebirds, wildflowers, roses, ferns, blackberries, raspberries, and more that thrive under a canopy of trees that extend to the South Fork tributary.

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Phil Pfuehler
Phil Pfuehler has been editor of the River Falls Journal since 1991.
(715) 426-1050
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