Last year’s devastating Marshall fire, which raced across open-space grasslands and destroyed more than 1,000 homes in Boulder County, has led many homeowners to question whether a similar disaster could happen in Central Park.
Denver’s program that sends mental health pros instead of police on 911 calls is expanding after proving itself a big success.
On March 14, Arslan Guney, 71, was doing what he loves—playing pickleball and teaching newbies how to play at the Central Park Rec Center. Twenty-four hours later, the rec center canceled all pickleball, revoked Guney’s membership to all city rec centers and filed felony criminal mischief charges against him for $10,000 in damages, a crime that carries up to three years in prison.
By the end of the year, Denver residents will likely lose a time-honored tradition – free trash pick-up.
This month: 1) Union, King Soopers Reach Tentative Deal; 2) Submit Your Ideas for Renaming Johnson & Wales; 3) Construction on Protected Bike Lanes Begins in Central Park; and 4) Denver City Council Begins Once-a-Decade Redistricting Process.
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.