A pedestrian walks along a path between the The Cottages, a relatively new residential complex that caters to Colorado State University students, and the Buckingham neighborhood, one of three historically Latino neighborhoods in Fort Collins known as Tres Colonias. The neighborhoods are increasingly being encroached upon by new development moving from the south. (Ed Kosmicki, Special to The Colorado Sun)

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