“We would clean stalls, take care of chickens, that kind of thing, and for a reward we got to ride the horses. I loved it.”
This month: 1) High Comfort Bike Lanes To Be Built on CPB and City Park Esplanade in 2020. 2) The Future of the Park Hill Golf Course? Views Vary Widely. 3) Illegal Pete’s Comes to NE. 4) MLK to Peoria Opening Date. Plus An “Election First” for Colorado.
In the Stapleton vote, Question #1 asked if the name Stapleton should be removed. Stapleton property owners voted no. 3,590 ballots were cast. 2,282 (65.2%) voted to keep the name. 1,216 (34.8%) voted to remove the name.
The seventh annual self-guided Stapleton Open Studios tour of artists’ studios is back, with 26 artists at 15 studios ready to meet visitors, show their work and demonstrate how it is made.
In the span of just eight days starting in early August, DPD investigated 19 burglaries, but the crime spree might be over as quickly as it began. DPD has filed criminal charges on several juveniles and linked them to at least 10 cases of burglary/auto theft.
The Wind Gate Art Suite by Rodrigo Nava, from Putney, VT, consists of three distinct sculpture arrays installed in Stapleton’s new neighborhood north of 56th Avenue.
We all take for granted that we can easily pick up wine, beer and spirits at a liquor store or order these drinks in a restaurant. What we don’t think about is all that happens before a drink reaches our hand.
One hundred eighty units of affordable housing, The Moline Apartments, officially opened on July 10. “The work to get this apartment built will have a long-term effect on a lot of lives,” said Gete Mekonnen, executive director of NE Denver Housing, at the opening event.
Passengers returning from the July 3 Rockies game on RTD’s A-line train witnessed the second accidental train-pedestrian fatality at Central Park Station.
Views on whether to keep or change the name of the Stapleton community—plus answers to your questions about the ballot and Letters to the Editor