How do you feel about being able to buy wine in grocery stores? Should taxpayers help pay for free school meals for all kids? Is it time to legalize psychedelic mushrooms? You and other Denver voters have the chance to decide on those issues and a dozen other ballot questions in the November 8 election.
This month: 1) Westerly Creek Metro District Election Cancelled; 2) Central Park Community Garage Sale May 14 and 15; 3) E-Bike and E-Cargo Bike Instant Rebates; 4) Youth Sport Training Facility Coming to Northeast Denver and 5) Parking Improvements at the Stanley Marketplace.
The election for Westerly Creek Metro District board of directors has been cancelled. Two of the three of candidates withdrew the week of April 18. The district taxes commercial and residential land in Central Park for local infrastructure.
On election night, voters handed a big win to Save Open Space Denver (SOS), a group that for years now has been fighting to halt development on the now-defunct Park Hill Golf Course, a currently unused 155-acre open space that sits at the corner of Colorado Blvd. and East 35th Ave.
Although Denver voters rejected a $190 million bond measure to help pay for a 10,000-seat area and community market at the National Western Center, city officials say they are still committed to both projects.
…the informal primary candidate election to be held on November 9, 2021 has been cancelled…
Editors Note: The City of Denver sent out this statement of City Council’s unanimous vote opposing Initiatives 303 and 304.
Set aside some study time before voting this year—the ballot is long and complicated. We turned to an expert, Todd Engdahl, to provide background information and explanations of the ballot questions including three separate ballot questions on the subject of housing and/or homelessness.
TO THE ELIGIBLE ELECTORS of the Westerly Creek Metropolitan District (“Westerly Creek”) within the Central Park Community of the City and County of Denver. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an informal primary election will be conducted by the Park Creek Metropolitan District (“District”) on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, during the hours of 7:00 a.m. and […]
While the election and presidential transition continued to dominate the news well into November, the Front Porch asked a group of NE Denver residents for their thoughts on bridging the great political divide in our country.