A proposed measure would replace the five current members, change who nominates members and mandate certain professional backgrounds.
Beta owner sued by LoDo club’s former owners, sells property
Bradley Roulier and Michael McCray say Hussam Kayali owes them $500,000. The Cabin Tap House building where a fatal shooting occurred Jan. 1 has a new owner.
Homeless camp operator could get $3.9M in city funds to expand
The proposed contract calls for Colorado Village Collaborative to operate at least four campsites in Denver serving up to 310 households, or about 370 people.
Park Hill golf course committee boots open space advocates
A city official said Save Open Space Denver, which scored a win at the ballot box in November, doesn’t support the “prevailing vision” for the 155 acres.
Downtown orgs urge residents to alert city to homeless camps
“It is about safety in terms of no public drug use and reducing crime, and also moving people from the illegal encampments into shelter and drug treatment,” said an organizer.
Q&A: Eric Browning, Denver’s new chief building official
“I think that Denver actually does a really good job in terms of reviewing and processing projects,” he said when asked if the permitting process is slow.
Realtor plans to ‘put life back’ into downtown Littleton building
Brett Murphy bought a mostly vacant property at 2600 W. Main St. for $2.5 million and he hopes to attract various businesses after a renovation.
5 more Denver neighborhoods could be rezoned for ADUs
Regis, West Highland, Villa Park, Barnum and Barnum West would join Chaffee Park, Sloan’s Lake and East Colfax.
Lawyer Steve Bachar requests public defender in felony fraud case
Steve Bachar spent lavishly on travel and dining in 2020, as well as a Country Club mansion, according to court documents.
LoDo bar faces license revocation hearing in wake of fatal shooting
Here we go again. The Cabin Tap House is adjacent to the Beta Nightclub, which had its licenses stripped after a similar hearing over safety violations.