Today’s Headlines

  • Hancock Administration to Buy 27 Properties for Drainage Project Tied to I-70 (DenPo)
  • City Planners Considering Promenade Along Platte River in RiNo (Denverite)
  • “For Most Visitors, Denver’s 16th Street Mall Is Essentially a Hallway” (Denverite)
  • South Pearl Street Residents Want to Steer Design of New Buildings (Profile)
  • Rental Apartment Growth Slows (DBJ)
  • Housing Co-Ops Make Sense for Home Shortage in Boulder (Articulate Discontent)

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  • TakeFive

    It’s good to see Denver start to finally move forward on two critical infrastructure projects. Just as with T-REX, Denver will be able to take another (small) whack at their backlog of $1.5 billion in drainage projects. Given that Denver’s aging stormwater infrastructure is in bad shape progress has been painfully slow. Presumably bcuz these projects aren’t sexy, politics has allowed for a dereliction of duty. Meanwhile the need grows as the costs for a fix creep ever higher.


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 […]