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Director : Gillian Robespierre.
Writer : Gillian Robespierre, Elisabeth Holm.
Producer : Gigi Pritzker, Elisabeth Holm, Russell Levine.
Release : July 21, 2017
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : Magnolia Pictures.
Language : English.
Runtime : 93
Genre : Comedy.

‘Landline’ is a movie genre Comedy, was released in July 21, 2017. Gillian Robespierre was directed this movie and starring by Jenny Slate. This movie tell story about A teenager living with her sister and parents in Manhattan during the 1990s discovers that her father is having an affair.

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  1.  by  Jan Berger

    PLEASE NOTE: Ballots must be submitted BEFORE the Annual Meeting. They must be received by 6:59:59 PM on the evening of February 24th. This is important. You don’t want your ballot disqualified for being late.

  2.  by  Susan

    The story you have shared is a sad reflection on one, single Board member. Ugh. It’s stories like that that give our beloved Roxborough a bad rap. I hope we add new faces and attitudes to the Board. But, while I am often in disagreement with the Board’s decisions, I do applaud the efforts of the ‘founding families’ and those who have served on our BOD over the years. It’s a thankless and extremely time consuming ‘job’ to keep 1,000+ family’s happy. Especially now, with our changing demographics. Many of our Board members and residents have lived here for 25+ years, took us out of bankruptcy, and literally paved the roads. They are trying to preserve a unitque standard of living that sets us apart from other communities. For that, I am grateful. But I do think a ‘changing of the guard’ is a positive thing. As long as we don’t change what makes this the special place it is to live.
    Let me offer you the perspective of someone who has lived here for 12+ years. I believe our community’s changing demographics are welcomed. But we can’t be all things to all people. And quite honestly, when trying to explain what you think is an anti-family/children agenda, your own words sounded very age-biased! I’m 55, have lived here since I was 42, and am NOT retired. So maybe it’s that there is a generation gap growing here. You’re obviously in your child-rearing years and as a great parent, that consumes you. You want to give your children everything they may want to be happy. But the reality is that the majority of our residents are Boomers. We sure as heck don’t want to live in WindCrest, and we no longer need to live in a Highlands Ranch type of community, catering to family, either. Those communities are everywhere! It’s more difficult to find one for Boomers/Empty Nesters who are ‘child free’ and don’t want or need the same amenities that younger families now expect their neighborhoods to provide. I’ve ‘been there and done that’ as they say. If you’re like most of us, you fell in love with the beauty of Roxborough first, then you found a home here you loved. If you wanted amenities, or a community that caters to familys, then Ken Caryl would have been an excellent choice. We long-time residents purposely chose to live a bit further out to be able to live a lifestyle away from the noise and congestion, and to escape the suburban sprawl. We hated the idea of Roxborough Marketplace being built but conceded to the fact that it is convenient, so we do change our minds! (BTW, Rox Park was not built as a retirement community. It was originally a private golf community). Many residents believe first and foremost that we need to maintain the character and intent of living among the quickly diminishing natural beauty and wildlife of Colorado. With the build-out of Sterling Ranch, we become that much more coveted as one of the last refuges from overpopulation and the sprawl that comes with it. I think you agree with that much.
    Rox Park is actually designated sub-rural, not suburban or an ex-urb. We have to decide together what, if any, changes and amenities are needed to best serve the needs of ALL residents while maintaining the lifestyle current and long-standing residents chose in living here. (Wouldn’t it be awesome if more than 30%of the homes actually voted and participated in such decisions?) It’s also a matter of being fiscally responsible. Our community is getting more and more expensive to run but very few additional homes and HOA fees to be gained. Our infrastructure is aging. Do we really need to layer on more operating costs by adding a pool and/or splash pads and playing fields that will be costly to install and maintain? Does it serve the entire community or is it catering to a small group? There are 2 nearby schools with playgrounds. And a skate park. And a state park and Waterton Canyon for outdoor activities. Like a gym membership, after an initial flurry, use always drops off. Are you aware of the pool/gym at Arrowhead Shores that had to close? It served a much larger population and couldn’t be maintained. Personally, I’d rather set aside money to protect our trees from Beetle Kill and to do more beautification projects rather than add amenities. But that’s me. And you have every right to fight for what you want. Whether people agree or disagree with your position, the fact that you are actively participating in our community is greatly appreciated.
    BTW what’s really important, is that what increases property values are great schools, solid HOA practices and finances, sound infrastructure, and well-maintained homes. Maybe that’s where our time, money and effort is best spent.

    •  by  admin

      Thank you Susan for your thoughtful response! I think we agree on a lot of things, in general. I love our community, but it breaks my heart when I get an email that says,
      “I read your post about Rox Park and the swing. My family and I moved out of Roxborough for that exact reason. We have two young children and an extremely obnoxious and intrusive neighbor made our life miserable from the day we moved in. If I can do anything to help, please let me know. We battled the HOA for a long time before giving in and relocating. Keep up the good work- someone needs to!”
      Our neighborhood should not be about us vs. them. I like that I have neighbors of all ages! And I appreciate all that the HOA has accomplished, given the neigbhorhood’s rocky history. I am aware of the pool and fitness center in Arrowhead Shores, and understand that they were mismanaged (and poorly constructed) from the start. Management and leadership are not innate in most people. But I also realize that just because someone is willing to take on the (voluntary) role doesn’t mean that he/she is good at it.
      Yes, there are a lot of Boomers who live in our community. But it is important to realize that that will not always be the case. We need to focus on our immediate issues, but also not ignore the Foundation’s Long Range Plan (and I hope there is one). But most importantly right now, we don’t need a Board member who is CREATING issues, such as this infant swing mess. The DRC acknowledged that the family didn’t get permission for the swing, but considered it to be temporary, and decided it had other more pressing issues to deal with (like a DRD rewrite that should have taken 90 days—almost a year later and it still isn’t complete, because Jimmy won’t agree to the outdoor lighting sections). Our compliance officer also felt that the swing was a silly thing to complain about, and felt strongly that singling out a family would send a very bad message, which it has. And this post has brought even more attention to it than anyone probably ever wanted brought to it. I look forward to see how things go with the election…