“Through an open records request, Denver7 has received copies of police body camera video showing more of what took place during a confrontation between police and a group of people protesting a homeless cleanup on Aug. 19. Denver police were overseeing the cleanup near 29th and Glenarm when protesters began gathering. One of those … [Read more…]
“The Colorado State Patrol soon will have authority to enforce Denver’s camping ban just as Gov. Jared Polis said Thursday that he would welcome the removal of those living on state property including in the shadow of the Colorado Capitol. The words stung people who are living in Lincoln Park, just across from the … [Read more…]
“It has become clear to me, after careful study, that we face a day of reckoning over the unchecked proliferation of special taxing districts across Colorado. Local officials for years have been approving an unmanageable, crazy-quilt of these districts — quasi-governments that operate with little accountability over huge sums of money they collect and … [Read more…]
“As a nationwide affordable housing crisis continues to inflict pain on renters and would-be homebuyers across the Centennial State, a tool that gets little public attention has emerged as a key means to get more people into homes they can afford. This tool also helps stabilize neighborhoods struggling to deal with increased property values … [Read more…]
“” read the entire article Rubino, Joe. The Denver Post 27 May 2019.
“Jim Holt picked his way through piles of snow and rivers of slush and across sheets of ice. A piece of paper fluttered in his hand. Holt, 62, is one of nearly two dozen inspectors who fanned out across Denver on Thursday in the wake of the “bomb cyclone” snowstorm. Their task was to … [Read more…]
“The Radiant sure draws the eye. The team behind the lustrously named luxury apartment building now consuming the 2100 block of Welton Street this week celebrated topping out on its 18th and final …” read the entire article Rubino, Joe. Denver Post 25 June 2018.
“Heather Noyes walks along the northern reaches of northwest Denver’s Tennyson Street district and sizes up what has been built over the past decade, replacing house after house. She and other longtime residents repeatedly see this from the sidewalk: a bank of gas meters, a fire door and perhaps a storage closet window. Newer … [Read more…]
“Step aside, Avengers. The story behind one of the nation’s real-life heroes is finally coming to the silver screen. Little Pink House, which opened in Denver on May 4, recounts how Susette Kelo went …” read the entire article Sibilla, Nick. Denver Post 4 May 2018.
“The king of Park Hill may soon hold court inside the crown jewel of Five Points. Palisade Partners, owner of the storied but dormant Rossonian Hotel, unveiled its plans Monday to re-open the …” read the entire article Rubino, Joe. The Denver Post 16 April 2018.