Curtis Park Neighbors – Newsletter November 2018 PDF Contents: 27th Street and 33rd Street Drainage Projects Accessory Dwelling Units Vote For more information about Curtis Park Neighbors and their newsletter archives please visit the CPN website curtispark.org source: Curtis Park Neighbors email 31 October 2018.
“UPDATE: The City Council voted 11-2 to approve this bill during their meeting on Monday, August 6. District 2 Councilman Kevin Flynn and District 5 Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman voted no on the bill. They said during a discussion prior to the vote that they felt the bill needed more work, with Flynn adding … [Read more…]
Curtis Park Neighbors – Newsletter March 2018 PDF Contents: Traffic Plan Update Rossonian Caucus Information Parking Plan Phase 3 Draft Paint-a-Thon – Brothers Redevelopment For more information about Curtis Park Neighbors and their newsletter archives please visit the CPN website curtispark.org source: Curtis Park Neighbors email 24 February 2018.
“CAUCUS DEADLINE: You must be registered to vote at the address in the precinct you’d like to caucus in by Monday, February 5, 2018 In order to vote or be elected a delegate at the March 6, 2018 caucus: 1. You must have been registered to vote by January 8, 2018 (there are 2 … [Read more…]
“Colorado’s Legislature has passed a measure to address pent-up demand for more housing by promoting condominium construction. The Senate on Thursday unanimously passed the bill, which makes it harder for homeowners associations to sue builders over alleged faulty construction. Developers blame skyrocketing insurance costs to defend such lawsuits for a dramatic slowdown in condo … [Read more…]
“City Council held public hearing on text amendment to Denver Zoning Code on May 1 Denver’s City Council voted 9-2 to approve a proposal to change the Denver Zoning Code’s current exemption on off-street parking for small lots in mixed-use commercial zone districts at its meeting Monday, May 1, 2017. At issue was the … [Read more…]
“Urban-renewal projects that have ground to a halt since the Colorado Legislature passed a hastily written and confusingly worded urban-renewal reform bill in 2015 may get started again under a measure that would reform the reform plan. The 2015 bill was the result of years of fighting between cities and other local governments over … [Read more…]
“Some parents and students who attend Gilpin Montessori Elementary School were disappointed about the school board’s decision Thursday to move forward with closing the school. About 30 people marched through downtown to Denver Public Schools headquarters to let their opinion be known. The initial decision was made in December based on factors that include … [Read more…]
“Councilman Brooks has asked for Curtis Park Neighbors input on what the capital improvements budget should include for next year. Capital Improvements are physical / infrastructure improvements such as parks/streets/sidewalks/buildings/bike paths. Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q5TBJNX We also want to give him input on what should be funded in the 2017 Bond issue that … [Read more…]
“In a marathon meeting that stretched into the early morning hours Wednesday, Littleton City Council eviscerated its urban renewal program but stopped short of abolishing the authority that administers it. The council voted 4-3 to keep alive its authority — Littleton Invests for Tomorrow — and with it, the Columbine Square shopping center as … [Read more…]