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By Shirley U. Jeste

Prairie dogs invoke forced pooling statute in order to burrow under adjacent homes


Dani Hemmat

Not in my backyard—Cranky Chihuahua Tootie, who lives in a cul-de-sac off Kincross Drive and opposes prairie dog encroachment, is a lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit to stop the rodents from invoking forced pooling.

APRIL 1—The prairie dogs of White Rocks have recently served notice of mandatory forced pooling to some Heatherwood residents, invoking the Colorado state statute that will allow them to burrow underneath homes adjacent to their current colony between White Rocks and Kincross Way.

Residents along Kincross Way received notice of the prairie dog colony’s intent to begin burrowing underneath...

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