Scott Gilmore, Deputy Manager of Parks and Recreation, will address wildlife management issues in City Park, particularly the management of the goose population, at the CPFAN December 3 meeting from 6-8 pm at Messiah Community Church, 1750 Colorado Blvd.
Gilmore worked for the Colorado Division of Wildlife before working for DPR. He is very knowledgeable. There will be an extensive Question and Answer session to follow his remarks.
CPFAN presents Wildlife Management with DPR’s Scott Gilmore
Messiah Community Church
1750 Colorado Blvd.
Nov. 5, 6-8 pm
Free parking behind the church,
off 18th Ave.
Senior City Planners, Scott Robinson and Stephen Rijo presented slides and narrative concerning the East Central Area Plan to a well-attended audience at CPFAN’s Nov. meeting.
Post meeting, Robinson reports he heard the following concerns about the ECAP’s impact on City Park from the audience:
*Include the City Park Design Advisory Committee (part of the City Park Master Plan) in ECAP concepts and design
*Make sure recommendations don’t favor institutional expansion in City Park
*Would like to see more green in renderings
*Concern about impacts on flooding and the use of impervious surfaces
*Concerns about Traffic Calming and the use of roundabouts.
To review the ECAP plan and voice concerns, go to www.denvergov.org/eastcentralplan. There is a review tool on the site.
There will be a workshop on the East Area Plan that includes the Hale,
South Park Hill, East Colfax and Montclair neighborhoods on Sat., Nov. 23.
The workshop will take place at the Johnson and Wales University
Academic Center at 1900 Olive St. from 10-12:30 pm. Food and drink will be
provided and children are welcome. General parking is available at the
parking lot on the northwest corner of Quebec St. and 17th Ave. (parking
address for Google Maps: 1785 Quebec St. Accessible closest to the
building is available in the small parking lots at Oneida Street and East 18th
Ave. and the northeast corner of Olive St. and East 19th Ave.
To view the EAP and to RSVP, go to the city’s website:
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