He said Denver is making an economic recovery after being hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic, but tourism and hospitality industries continue to lag.
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More than 14,000 are eligible to receive $400 under the proposal if they are immunized or granted an exemption, but those who don’t comply could face dismissal.
A proposed $11 million lease extension with a nonprofit for 800 rooms comes amid the city’s effort to buy lodging to increase the homeless housing stock.
City officials say funds doled out to workers from $1.5 million in grants to two industry organizations will keep or attract about 950 restaurant employees.
Recommendations include electric appliances in multifamily and commercial buildings, and an overall energy use reduction plan that includes incentives for owners.
The political action committee seeking a ‘no’ vote on $190 million for the center is up against a campaign that has already raised nearly $300,000.
The club could lose its liquor and cabaret licenses after being accused by the city of allowing patrons to sell cocaine.
Lauren Coleman wants to build a new hotel on Colfax Avenue with units that go for $300 a night. But for now, she’s housing the otherwise homeless.
The City Council was supposed to vote on an ordinance Aug. 23, but members said they needed more time to discuss taxes and zoning.
The allegations include letting armed, undercover cops into the club, who were then offered cocaine by a patron, as well as inadequate security.