A city ordinance dictates that 1 percent of capital improvement projects be set aside for art.
The state says Southwest violated a paid leave law. Southwest says it’s exempt from that law.
The city’s next leader could easily increase foot traffic in a battered downtown in their first week. But will they?
Eight current council members are seeking reelection in April.
Five races have no incumbent this election cycle, including two at-large seats voted on by the entire city.
The company, which employs 9,000 Coloradans and moves 500 flights out of the airport daily, says it’s exempt from a recent state law.
The municipal election is April 4, and more than two dozen people have filed to run to replace Michael Hancock.
“Denver’s liquor laws are outdated and antiquated for this growing city,” says the owner of the Gravel Pit.
Justin Skiff, 36, appears to have taken names from popular culture, including the sitcom “30 Rock” and the movie “Legally Blonde.”
“Why not landmark your house?” Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer asked one of the applicants working to preserve the structure.