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About Marianne Farrell:

Marianne is an exuberant hands-on personality. After graduating from Nursing School in eastern Pennsylvania, Marianne decided she preferred working in an environment that took her places, allowing her involvement with clients’ diverse needs in buying or selling a house. There is no surprise why she specializes in helping people of all ages with every detail involved with finding “just the right place.” Marianne is hands on and rolls up her sleeves to help every client, from scaling down and selling their current home, to helping growing families move into more space to those just starting out in home ownership. Read More About Marianne

The Colorado Culture from Broomfield to Castle Rock includes an array of communities. Marianne and her husband have lived in Aurora for over 30 years near the Cherry Creek Reservoir. We are partial to the neighborhoods of Cherry Creek Racquet Club, Cherry Creek Villages: North, South and On The Lake, Pheasant Run & Pheasant Run South and Pier Point and Pier Point Villages

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Updated - Parker Road - Quincy Ave - Smoky Hill Road - Intersection Study

July 22, 2016

Update to previous post - the document below is a result of two previously held public meetings, the third and most recent proposed the engineering firm's recommendation. These improvements have been approved, however the project has yet to receive funding.

The City of Aurora is conducting a comprehensive transportation study of the Parker Road and Smoky Hill Road intersections along Quincy Avenue. The study evaluated the existing and future operating conditions of the area intersections and identified operational improvements that could be implemented in the near term (within approximately five years).

Purpose of this Public Open House
The purpose of this third and final public open house is to present the study recommendations for public comment. Community members previously provided input that was used to develop and evaluate improvement alternatives. At the last open house (held in March 2016), two improvement alternatives were shown. The project team considered the public input received and conducted additional analysis to identify the most beneficial elements of those alternatives. Those elements were combined to develop the recommended improvements that best meet the study goals. The improvements may be implemented in separate project phases.