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.
“She’s a ticking time bomb.” The desperation in the mother’s voice is palpable as she talks about how her middle school student spent many months self-harming and has even threatened to kill herself.
Jenna Glover doesn’t mince words. She says the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a full-blown mental health crisis in children and teens, especially with issues of depression and anxiety.
This month: 1) William (Bill) Roberts ECE-8 School Selected as a National Blue Ribbon School; 2) 301 Apartments To Be Built near Central Park Rail Station; 3) 9/11 Memorial Dedicated at DIA; and 4) Crime Stats.
This November, two similarly-worded ballot initiatives with opposite intentions will decide the fate of the Park Hill Golf Course, a currently unused 155-acre open space that sits at the corner of Colorado Blvd. and E. 35th Ave.
“If you start doing drugs you’ll probably like them. That’s the problem,” says Ben Stincer.
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.
One month after the first residents began occupying the tents at the Safe Outdoor Space (SOS) encampment at the Park Hill United Methodist Church, Pastor Nathan Adams says he’s been pleased at how neighbors have responded, volunteering to bring two meals a day and other necessities for the residents.
If you call 2020 “a lost academic year,” Susan Miller-Curley, the incoming principal at Montclair School of Academics and Enrichment, will be quick to point out the positive.
In recent weeks, environmental advocacy groups and concerned neighbors have called on the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and their subsidiary the Air Pollution Control Division (APCD) to deny one of Suncor Energy’s operating permits.