The primary-residence requirement, designed to calm the fears of homeowners concerned that their residential neighborhoods could become dominated by “the motel next door,” has proven toothless and largely unenforceable. But Denver has a new plan to add some bite to the regulation.
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A local nonprofit is partnering with Denver Public Schools and area businesses to give away more than 25,000 bicycles to second-grade students.
‘The commingling is to such an extent that it is now impossible to know the true ownership of the commingled funds,’ complaint says.
3d Lacrosse is accusing former staffers of conspiring with rival True Lacrosse to poach 3d female athletes.
Loftium has signed a lease for a three-bedroom home near DU and wants a full-time tenant to manage it as an Airbnb unit.
PopSockets, a Boulder-based phone accessory manufacturer, comes in at No. 2 on the list.
The Colorado Restaurant Association has sold Colorado Restaurant Insurance, which is rebranding and moving.
Bubba’s Fine Foods sells items such as Bourbon Vanilla UnGranola and Blazing Buffalo ‘Nana Chips’.
Mexican restaurant will retain the Merle’s staff, plus hire more employees.
Signage for Vertafore, which moved its headquarters to Denver last year, now graces the building.