The Park Hill Golf Course land may not be close enough to your home to make its future feel like a pressing issue—but it may, soon enough, be in front of you.
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.
While some of us ate, slept, worked, schooled, and recreated within the same four walls for much of the past year, NE Denver residents who frequented I-70 from Brighton Blvd. to the airport saw massive changes.
Having experienced learning in both majority white and majority people-of-color spaces, tears start to form in Shakira Abney-Wisdom’s eyes as she reflects on the value of belonging.
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.
There won’t be any little piggies or cute bunnies or a stick-horse rodeo this year. In fact, there won’t be a National Western Stock Show (NWSS) and Rodeo. For only the second time in the event’s 115-year history it has been cancelled, this time due to the corona virus pandemic.
By many accounts, DPS Superintendent, Susana Cordova, was a star, a real Cinderella story—daughter of DPS secretary becomes first bilingual Latina to lead the district.
This month: 1) Kappa Senior Apartments; 2) The Great Conjunction; 3) Rankings for Best Neighborhoods in Denver; 4) DPS Announces First HBCU High School; and 5) Children’s Recognized for Nursing Excellence.
This month: 1) DPS Superintendent Cordova Resigns; 2) East Area Plan Approved Amidst Controversy; 3) Land at Northfield and Central Park Blvds. Sold for Apartments; and 4) McAuliffe International School and Inspire Ele. Teacher Rachel Lamb Recognized for Excellence.