“How will Amazon make sure the jobs they create are available to people who have lived here for years?”  Felicia Griffin, with Wheat Ridge-based community group United For A New Economy, said in a statement. “…The city and region should be focused on creating accessible, high quality jobs for members of our community that have been left out of the state’s economic growth, not creating new opportunities for those already thriving. Beyond jobs, we want Amazon to support and fund affordable housing and equitable public transit, so that their presence doesn’t make ours impossible.”

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