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May 21, 2018

Colorado Coalition seeking sales tax hike to pay for transportation

A coalition of Colorado business groups and civic leaders on Friday announced it will collect signatures to try to ask voters in November for a 0.62 percent sales tax increase that would raise money for the state’s billions of dollars in infrastructure needs.

May 21, 2018

Contract 201842076 Mill Levy 8C

This project includes reconstructing four (4) existing traffic signals within the City. Intersections include: Lincoln/6th Ave., Lincoln/13th Ave., NB Speer/8th Ave., SB Speer/8th Ave. Scope includes removing the existing traffic signal equipment at each location and replacing with new equipment (poles, mastarms, overhead indication heads, pedestrian signal heads, vehicle detection and signage). Sidewalks, curb and gutter and ADA compliant pedestrian ramps will also be upgraded at all locations.

May 18, 2018

The Dab by Next Harvest Voluntarily Recalls Retail Marijuana and Retail Marijuana Products Due to Pesticide Residues and Presence of Yeast/Molds

A Denver marijuana business, ALCC LLC doing business as The Dab by Next Harvest, is voluntarily recalling retail marijuana products due to the presence of elevated yeast/mold counts and potentially unsafe pesticide residues.

May 18, 2018

Mayor Hancock Names Britta Fisher as Chief Housing Officer

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced the appointment of Britta Fisher as Chief Housing Officer for the Denver Office of Economic Development (OED).

May 18, 2018

Where Democratic Candidates for Governor of Colorado Stand on Transportation

If Denver’s going to give its residents the freedom to live life without being tethered to a car, it will take bold policies from electeds at the municipal level. But the Colorado Department of Transportation — and its boss, the governor — affects the city too. Just look at the state-sponsored ramming of a wider I-70 through north Denver neighborhoods and the unparalleled danger of state highways that double as urban, people-filled streets.

 

 

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