Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Seriously Injures Person Walking on Colfax and Colorado, Flees (Fox31)
  • Driver Seriously Injures Person Walking Near 8th and Lincoln (DenPo)
  • Councilman Flynn Insists Red Light Cameras Should Cater to Speeding Drivers (Westword)
  • Council to Debate Competing Affordable Housing Funds Tonight (DenPo)
  • RTD Board Candidate Lee Kemp Will Be on Ballot After All (Times-Call)
  • Few People Register Their Bikes With Denver PD (Denverite)
  • Medical Examiner Identifies Victims of Fatal Road Rage Incident (DenPo)
  • Report: Denver Is Sixth Most Sustainable City in U.S. (DBJ)

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  • TakeFive

    lol, Try as I might I never could find where Kevin Flynn wants to cater to speeders. He simply wants the yellow light extended a tad and gives very good reasons and data for his position… which is in the Westword article.

    BTW, I see where Denverite goes thru Hancock’s new budget proposal which includes “$2.5 million to install sidewalks on city-owned properties like parks, libraries and recreation centers to fill in literal gaps in Denver’s pedestrian networks.” Also: “$2.5 million for additional bike infrastructure.” http://www.denverite.com/denvers-2017-budget-calls-48-new-police-officers-30-new-p-16078/

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