Denver Election Division website Register to Vote April 15: Ballots begin mailing to active voters April 15: 22-day residency deadline April 15: Drop-boxes open across the City April 29: Vote Centers open May 7: Election Day Vote Centers open 7am – 7pm Ballots must be received by 7pm June 4: Run-Off Election … [Read more…]
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“District 9 is Denver’s engine of change. It’s where Union Station anchored unprecedented growth that has since rippled outward, supplying more places to live and experience. Denver’s unhoused population is most visible here, as are the outward signs of gentrification — new homes and businesses supplanting and intermingling with old ones — where sudden … [Read more…]
“There is an explosion of growth and development in RiNo, Cole, 5 Points, Curtis Park, Whittier, and the surrounding areas. 400 Home Advisor employees are moving into the Hub by early April 2019. Industry RiNo is already open. The World Trade Center is planned for the corner of 38th and Walnut. Urban Land Conservancy … [Read more…]
“The 2019 Colorado General Assembly has only been in session for a few weeks, but bills are already pending or in the works that may affect real property and development. Here, we discuss a few of the most impactful. For more information, you can always contact one of our government relations or real estate … [Read more…]
Name of Document: Albus Brooks Campaign Finance Report Fourth Quarter 2018 Date: 31 December 2019 view report PDF Contact: City of Denver Election Division Source: City of Denver Elections Division website
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…]