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Apr 04, 2018

Saving the seedy - along with the stately - history of Colfax

Watch this Next with Kyle Clark video about saving the Saturday's sign along East Colfax.

Apr 03, 2018

Mayor Hancock, Business Leaders Announce New Business Improvement District Revolving Loan Fund

Mayor Michael B. Hancock, joined by several business leaders, announced the creation of a new Business Improvement District (BID) Revolving Loan Fund to provide critical funding for the final organizational costs of emerging BIDs. The $200,000 Denver BID Revolving Loan Fund is part of the Mayor’s 2018 budget to expand local business and job opportunities within Denver.

Apr 03, 2018

Colorado regulators slash Uber’s $8.9 million fine for hiring drivers with criminal records

Uber’s $8.9 million fine by state regulators has been cut in half after the ride-sharing service protested that the majority of violations citing Uber for allowing drivers with felony convictions or driver’s license issues do not legally apply.

Apr 03, 2018

Denver Police to Conduct Live-Gunfire Testing of Expanded Gunshot Detection System

The Denver Police Department (DPD) has expanded its gunfire detection system into a fourth geographic area in the city, and on Wednesday, April 4, 2018, between 7:30 p.m. and 11:00 p.m., DPD will be conducting live-gunfire testing of the recently-installed equipment. Residents in the East Colfax, Lowry, Montclair and South Park Hill neighborhoods may hear gunshots from the live-gunfire tests.

Apr 02, 2018

RTD wins state approval for G-Line start and eventual removal of costly A-Line flaggers

Through rain, snow and sun across the seasons, they’ve lounged in lawn chairs, kept watch from inside their cars and stood up with their stop signs as trains whooshed past to and from Denver International Airport.

Apr 02, 2018

Let’s Be Honest: To Improve Transit, Denver Has to Claim Street Space From Cars

Denver Public Works Director Eulois Cleckley sat down with Kyle Clark of 9News on Thursday for a segment on the city’s plans to, in Cleckley’s phrase, give people more “mobility choices.”

Apr 02, 2018

How long until RTD’s G-Line opens and A-Line sheds costly flaggers? A ruling next week could be telling

A ruling is expected next week that could be pivotal to the long-awaited launch of RTD’s G-Line commuter rail service to Denver’s western suburbs as well as to the dismissal of costly gate attendants along the A-Line to the airport.

Apr 02, 2018

Denver parks could allow full-strength beer as city seeks public input on raft of changes to alcohol policy

Denver’s confusing patchwork of alcohol rules for parks soon could be streamlined in a way that allows more leeway for festivals, races and private events such as weddings to pour beer, wine and liquor.

Apr 02, 2018

Denver Public Works reminds residents to, kindly, move as street sweeping season begins

It’s that time of year again, Denver, when drivers must jump out of their vehicles to squint at red and white signs posted throughout their neighborhoods to see if their cars are in danger of a $50 street sweeping ticket.

Apr 02, 2018

Denver street sweeping starts again Tuesday

Denver Public Works sweeping trucks will be back out in force Tuesday cleaning up the city’s streets, which means if you park on the city’s streets, you’ll have to move your car or be fined.

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