Who We Are
Grassroots Movement of Residents who Believe Right-size Growth protects our Citizens, Businesses, Open Space, and Wildlife.
We are Louisville Citizens who Believe:
Sustainable, Right-size Growth keeps our town Vibrant and Livable.
Right-size Growth means using vacant buildings and open lots in existing tech centers - Colorado Tech Center and Centennial Valley.
Right-sized Growth is best for our Citizens, Businesses and Wildlife.
Displaced residents should be The Priority for our city’s limited resources which are under increased fiscal stress due to Marshall Fire Recovery efforts.
As a Colorado based organization that advocates for eco-social justice issues, Tindakan is against the destruction of Colorado's natural heritage. The Redtail Ridge development proposed by Bru Baukol will significantly destroy precious wildlife habitat. Furthermore, this development will increase traffic congestion while furthering to misprioritize those affected by the fires. Overall, it will blemish Louisville's character and authentic small town charm. It opens the door to more atrocious sprawl and the amount of open space to be preserved by this development is simply not enough. Those in support of this poorly designed development have resorted to muddying the waters, fear mongering and tapping into dark money in it's attempt to hoodwink the residents of Louisville into supporting this flawed development plan. That in of itself is disturbing -Jeremy Gregory, Director Tindakan
Ashley Stolzmann, Louisville Mayor
Kyle Brown, Louisville Council Member
Maxine Most, Louisville Council Member
Bob Muckle, Former Louisville Mayor
Cathleen Wharton, Ph.D.
Kate Dunlap Kelly Bartell
Laura Myers-Wagner, SPHR, SCP, CPCC
Paul T. Little
Tracy Koller, MS, FNP-BC, NP-C, RN