“It’s a very good sign,” said the CEO of the Jan. 8-23 event. Last year’s Stock Show was canceled because of the pandemic.
Denver to kick off rental property license applications in March
Landlords will be required to have licenses for multifamily properties starting Jan. 1, 2023, and for single-unit properties in January 2024.
Denver’s homeless number expected to be higher after full count returns
“My sense is that our community’s eyes don’t deceive us, and everyone has the sense that unsheltered homelessness numbers will increase,” said a city official.
Landowners appeal permit allowing homeless campsite in Clayton
“We don’t have any visibility into the real operations and what kind of problems that they have in these places,” said Michael Kennedy, citing safety as a reason to close it.
Denver police aim to renew contract with gunshot detection company
ShotSpotter, which only covers about 10 percent of the city, has detected a lot more shots fired in 2021 than 2020.
Sanctioned homeless camp closes in Park Hill, another camp opens in Clayton
The latter is the first sanctioned camp on public property in Denver and it faces less resistance from neighbors.
Building owner frets over new emissions standards
Steve Weil installed solar panels and energy-efficient lighting and windows at 1626 Wazee St. but he’s worried about possible future costs to meet Denver’s requirements.
Denver mayor vetoes ban on sale of flavored tobacco products
“Our mayor chose profit over people,” said two councilwomen, who will ask their colleagues to override the veto at Monday’s meeting.
See the 16 Denver projects that won 2021 Mayor’s Design Awards
The city’s annual recognition highlights excellence in architecture, design and placemaking in several categories.
Mediator recommends that Denver revoke Beta Nightclub’s licenses
The decision was based on evidence of violations provided by police who worked undercover and off-duty at the bar. The Department of Excise and Licenses director will have the final say.