Today’s Headlines

  • Denver Post: It Was Dennis Gallagher’s Job to Support Widening I-70, Now It’s Tim O’Brien’s
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Injures 14-Year-Old in FoCo (Coloradoan)
  • Another Foco Driver Charged With Felony for Hitting Teen, Leaving Scene (Coloradoan)
  • Ground Breaks on Parking Garage With Up to 1,200 Spaces at Future RTD Station (DenPo)
  • WalkDenver Needs Volunteers to Build Pop-Up Complete Street on West Colfax (DenverUrbanism)
  • Westword Lists Busiest 25 Areas for Parking Tickets, Revenue Generated
  • Google Breaks Ground on Boulder Campus Near Future Transit Hub (Daily Camera)
  • Commerce City Hopes to Lure Development With Construction Defects Law (DBJ)
  • Hancock Launches Tax Campaign to Upgrade Stock Show Complex (9News)

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  • Bjorn Swenson

    Commerce City is basically the last area in the Denver Metro where a new-build single-family home can be bought for around $300,000. Brighton 27J has been the fastest growing school district in the state due to the growth in families with school-age students. Due to their high student population and lack of building space, their high schools will be using split sessions; Freshman and Sophomores attend from 7:00a to 2:22p, while Juniors and Seniors attend from 9:48a to 4:14p or 5:10p.