Mohammed flew out of the Kabul Airport on August 24th. Forty-two hours later, a suicide bomber killed 60+ Afghans and 13 U.S. Service members. He remembers when the Taliban used to perform public amputations and stone people to death at soccer games. “They’re wearing a mask now,” says Mohammed. “But this is the same Taliban.”
The issue? Refinancing bonds for Central Park infrastructure construction at a lower rate—a move that could save Central Park property owners $65-70 million in interest over the life of bonds.
Construction is underway at the Runway North development (above), located just south of I-70 at Central Park Blvd. Much of Central Park is already built out, but significant projects remain on the undeveloped land.
Approximately 100 frustrated neighbors who live on or near Emporia St. between MLK Jr. Blvd. and E. 26th Ave., just north of the Stanley Marketplace, are trying to mitigate large amounts of traffic flowing through their residential street.
The artist, Ty Gillespie, from Paonia, Colorado, says “Families, children, and housing are the essence of Central Park and my sculpture is about housing and for families.”
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and What’s New in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
“We are on the cusp of cheetahs no longer having a viable breeding population,” says Tim Spalla. “We’re destroying their landscapes more and more every day. Once a human has touched a cheetah, it can never go back to the wild. Even the cheetahs we’ve been rescuing in Somalia can never be re-wilded. They either go to a zoo or a sanctuary—and cheetahs don’t breed in captivity.”
This month: 1) The Future of J&W Campuses: Denver Takes a Dramatically Different Path than Miami; 2) Coming to NW Aurora: Judi’s House—Providing Support for Grieving Children; 3) Flyway Project in NE to Have a Costco; and 4) TOCA Football Acquires Bladium.
This month: the Turkey Vulture and the Lazuli Bunting, photographed at Bluff Lake.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 32-1-902.5(1), C.R.S., to all interested persons that the Board of Directors of the Park Creek Metropolitan District shall consider the adoption of a Resolution increasing the current five (5) member Board of Directors to seven (7) members at a public meeting to be conducted virtually on Thursday, August 26, 2021, at 9:00 a.m., at MCA – The Cube, 8371 Northfield Boulevard, Denver, Colorado, and virtually via Zoom.