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City council debates $500,000 solution to Denver's dog park problem

For years, Taylor Nelson would load dogs Ozzie and Titan into his car, start the engine and embark on his half-hour daily commute. Except he wasn't commuting to work — he was going to the dog park. … more

Let your voice be heard this budget season

As a public servant I’m only as effective as my ability to listen to constituents and must lead with neighbors’ voices echoing in my mind as I make decisions.  That is why each year before the … more

What to expect from the upcoming Grandoozy music festival

Superfly, a New York-based festival producer, has had its eyes on Denver as the setting for its latest project for the past five years. This month, those dreams become reality when Grandoozy opens at … more

Letter to the Editor: The magnitude of a tax increase

The Denver City Council, led by Councilman Jolon Clark, has a measure on the November ballot which would generate $46 million a year for parks. This would entail raising the city sales tax from 3.65 … more

Changes must be made to the Denver City Charter

The Denver City Charter does not give city council the authority to independently contract for legal and other professional services. Two incidences in the past year have convinced me that the … more

Denver District 7 representative becomes council president

Councilmember Jolon Clark has been voted in as the new Denver City Council president. Clark was first elected to represent District 7 in 2015. Council members vote for the president every year on the … more

Income discrimination hurts housing market

As Denver seeks to expand access to affordable homes in the face of unprecedented demand, building new affordable housing is important, but it cannot be our only strategy. We can help more families … more

Ballot measure would improve and add more Denver park space

Denver resident Kendall Bingenheimer is crawling on the grass near the Cheesman Park playground with her infant daughter. They come here almost every day, using the infant swing, then moving to the … more

Small cell installations face city regulations

In order to meet the current 4G voice and data demands of businesses and consumers, as well as prepare for future upgrades to 5G speed service, all of the wireless carriers are having to expand their … more
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