The city will allow outdoor drinking in certain areas in which people can carry alcohol from one establishment to another or anywhere in between.
The change would likely primarily affect non-residential developers because a bill working its way through the Senate would let cities require income-restricted units.
The owner of the lot at 25200 E. 68th Ave. said Sixt Rent a Car was paying about $60,000 a month before it bailed and is seeking $2.4 million in damages.
“We take issue with the per-parcel as opposed to per-landlord licensing,” said a representative of the Colorado Apartment Association.
Jerry’s Hut House has more space than it needs at 2101 N. Humboldt St. in City Park West, and another business to share costs would secure its future.
A proposal spearheaded by City Council President Stacie Gilmore would require owners to pay fees and pass inspections every four years.
Details on Cathy Ritter’s departure are not yet clear, but it coincided with the arrival of Pat Meyers as the new director of OEDIT.
A task force that includes developers is discussing what percentage make sense and what types of offsets and incentives would be needed to make it work.
The city will request proposals from developers after it changes the zoning at the corner of Washington Street and 50th Avenue from industrial to mixed use.
The applicant wants to build 275 units on a roughly 1.9-acre parcel currently zoned for industrial use.