This month: 1) The Shops at Northfield Sold; 2) DPS Healthy Start Times to Affect Bussing; 3) Proposed Suncor Permit Sent to EPA
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.
A lion, row upon row of feline heads of many varieties, bags of bear claws and dozens of coin purses made of frogs are among the 1.3 million items stored at the National Wildlife Property Repository in Commerce City.
On Sept. 28, the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) approved the A Line’s Positive Train Control (PTC) system based on the timing level they have achieved. However, the system still has to be approved by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC), which last fall rejected RTD’s request for approval.
At the end of December, President Obama signed the Defense Authorization Act that includes a provision allowing Commerce City to “test out of” a land use restriction prohibiting residential uses in its Victory Crossing project.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a 15-year plan for the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge to make it more accessible to the public and restore a more natural prairie ecosystem.
The November meeting of the Stapleton Zoning and Planning Committee was designed to seek input from major stakeholders on the future development of Section 10, the area of Stapleton north of E 56th Ave and east of the Victory Crossing development. In addition to representatives from Denver, Commerce City, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife […]