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.
“Our mayor chose profit over people,” said two councilwomen, who will ask their colleagues to override the veto at Monday’s meeting.
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.
“Shinesty is literally tattooing themselves with infringement,” states the lawsuit, which says two employees’ bodies display the copyrighted image of a ghost with breasts.
Larry Burgess bought his first building along Brighton in 1978. His son Neville claims his father is “defrauding” the firm they co-own.
This week’s plaintiffs claim they are owed for defaults on equipment and property leases and failures to pay for construction materials and renovation work.
“We owed a lot of money,” said Periodic Brewing founder Chris Labbe, who blamed the pandemic-induced closures of its taprooms.
The City Council moved the start date to 2023 and nixed a suggestion to allow sales at age-restricted and specialty vaping stores.
Amazon recommended the receiver, who can authorize a monthly budget of $10,000 for Watson’s personal expenses. The tech giant has accused Northstar of bribing employees to win development deals.
The plaintiffs, who helped fund Solaris to get green cards, are appealing and have also refiled in state court.