Today’s Headlines

  • Red Light Cameras Aren’t at Most Dangerous Intersections (9News)
  • NIMBYs in Curtis Park Pressure Developer to Build Fewer Homes, Add Parking Spots (BusinessDen)
  • Driver Kills Pedestrian on I-70 Near Deer Trail (Fox31)
  • Drivers Killed Three Pedestrians on State Highways in Past Week (ABC7)
  • Colorado DOT Redefines High Occupancy Vehicle as Three People Per Car, Not Two (Denverite)
  • Planners Want to Fill in Gaps of Highline Canal Trail (DenPo)
  • Do Lawmakers Need to Redefine “DUI” for High Driving? (CPR)
  • Confluence Interviews Head of City’s “Creative Placemaking” Program

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  • TakeFive

    One of the things that makes Denver special is its neighborhoods. There’s a whole series of YouTube videos about Denver neighborhoods. A lot of normal but awesome people live in Denver; they live in neighborhoods. When people stop caring about their neighborhoods then everybody loses.

    I applaud Mr. Gaddis and Curtis Park Neighbors for working together and finding a workable solution. FWIW, City Councilman Albus Brooks is an asset to his neighborhood and the community of Denver.

  • Joel Noble

    To be clear, the parking arranged for the Stout & Downing apartments in Curtis Park is off-site parking. That’s far better than requiring on-site off-street parking, and results in a much higher utilization of the land available for development at this site. Your summary makes it sound as if on-site parking was required, which is incorrect.


Today’s Headlines

DPW Found Money to Widen Quebec Street, Which ABC7 Automatically Calls “Improvement” Fight Against CDOT’s I-70 Widening Far from Over (KGNU) DenPo Reader Scolds Paper for Accurate Reporting on Sketchy Texting and Driving Law Bike Lanes and Sidewalks Aren’t Loading Zones (ABC7) CDOT Contractor Wants to Raise I-25 and U.S. 36 Toll Rates (DBJ) National Western […]