Today’s Headlines

  • Streets Belong to Everyone, and Denver’s Are (Very Slowly) Starting to Look Like It (DenPo)
  • Bicycle Officer Adsit Retiring Early Because Driver Struck Him on Colfax (9News)
  • No Timetable for MLK Blvd Expansion (Front Porch)
  • Fort Collins Home Shortage Exacerbates Traffic (Colordoan)
  • Bicyclist Killed By Driver in Boulder County Was CU Student Alessandro Zarzur (AP)
  • Construction Defects Reform Won’t Immediately Compel New Condos (Denverite)
  • Post-Trump, Affordable Housing Developers Get Less Subsidy (DenPo)
  • It’s Public Policy — Not Pot — That Exacerbates Homelessness (Denverite)

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Today’s Headlines

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Denver Post Loves Fiscally Meaningless Bike Tax Idea, Pigeonholes People Who Bike as “Hipsters” …While State Sen. Ray Scott Retreats From the Idea After Backlash (9News) There’s a Huge Urban-Rural Divide Between Colorado’s Front Range Economic Engine and Far-Flung Towns (DenPo) Apparently Sentient Car Crashes Through Green Valley Ranch House (9News) Denver Wants to House […]