The Park Creek and Westerly Creek Metropolitan Districts were created in 2000 to establish governmental entities that would fund and construct infrastructure for the redevelopment of the abandoned Stapleton airport.
Notice is hereby given that one or more vacancies currently exist or will exist on the Board of Directors of the District effective March 1, 2021.
This month: 1) Central 70 Drainage System Nearing Completion 2) 168 Apartments Coming to Stanley 3) Special District Taxes in Central Park. 4) Westerly Creek Metro District has a vacancy on its board.
This month: 1)New Retail Development at 40th & CPB; 2)Retail Also Coming to E. 46th Pl. and CPB; 3)Natural Grocers Coming to MLK & CPB; 4)338 Apartments Starting Construction in Aurora.
Sand Creek Greenway is being transformed from a creek that used to hide under airport infrastructure to a gem of nature and recreation in the city.
When people talk about Sam Gary, humility looms large in the conversation. All who worked with him knew his philosophy: “Lead from the back of the conga line.” For Sam, that meant, “As long as the idea you believe in is getting done, you don’t care who gets credit,” says Mike Johnston, the CEO of Sam’s philanthropic organization, Gary Community Investments.
Five years ago, Northfield High School was just a vision. The idea was to create an inclusive, diverse, International Baccalaureate-for-all school that would close the achievement gap.
Stapleton United Neighbors announced in a Zoom meeting on Aug. 1 that 63% of the final vote favored Central Park for the new name. This is the story of how that name came to be.
Seeing the massive change in community awareness of racism after George Floyd’s death, representatives of neighborhood groups and the city quickly started on the path toward a new name for the Stapleton neighborhood. At the same time, individuals in the community, through rallies and yard signs, are showing their support for the protests and for Black lives.
Rather than operate during the height of the stay-at-home orders, Symensma closed shop and spent hours in his own kitchen, really savoring his creations and the downtime. By May 14, however, Symensma and his team were more than ready to reopen the Eastbridge ChoLon for curbside service.