“Most zoning code changes are esoteric, relatively minor, and don’t elicit much public interest. Just the phrase “zoning code changes” is probably making your eyelids heavy. But this year was a little different. In late June, Denver City Council approved a major change to the city’s affordable housing zoning code by reducing the minimum … [Read more…]
“For a little over two years, the Group Living Advisory Committee, or GLAC, led by Senior City Planner, Andrew Webb, has been working to revamp Denver’s Zoning Code. Presumably, with the blessing of Mayor Michael Hancock and two at-large city council members, the GLAC has developed the complex and far-reaching, 184-page, Group Living Amendment. … [Read more…]
“Tuesday, May 5 at 11 a.m. Here is information about how to join the meeting: Zoom meeting access Preferred method: Click to join on computer, tablet, or smart phone: https://zoom.us/j/94628370907 Alternative: Call from any phone: 1-669-900-6833 Meeting ID: 946 2837 0907 General participation:Denver staff, city council members, GLAC members and public may join the … [Read more…]
Curtis Park Neighbors – Newsletter May 2018 PDF Contents: Five Points Jazz Festival Slot Homes Mulch Give Away Group Living Zoning Code Street Sweeping Transportation Plan Update For more information about Curtis Park Neighbors and their newsletter archives please visit the CPN website curtispark.org source: Curtis Park Neighbors email 1 May 2018.