COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE

 WHEN: Thursday, August 16, 2018 – 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. WHERE:            Carla Madison Recreation Center 2401 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80206 Overflow parking is available in the East High School student lot on the north side of East 16th Avenue.   The City and County of Denver and Saunders Construction are hosting a community open house to share updates on the redesign of City Park Golf Course. There will be stations with information on the following aspects of the project: Clubhouse final design Interpretive/historical exhibits design concepts 23rd Avenue intersection design concept Stormwater irrigation Golf course

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Three Things You Can Do! It’s Not A Done Deal

Dear Denver City Council,
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Unfortunately, In 2010, through changes to the Denver Zoning Code, Denver City Council ceded complete control over our precious Denver parks to the Mayor, through his political appointee, the Manager of Denver Department of Parks and Recreation.

This move has proved disastrous for Denver parks including Washington Park, Hentzel Park, City Park Golf Course (CPGC), Overland Park Golf Course and potentially for future parks such as the promised Fairfax Pocket Park in Park Hill. This rampant misuse of our heritage, our parks, must stop. Please take back Denver City Council’s power to manage and defend our parks with genuine input from your constituents. Bring accountability, trasnparency and integrity back to the management of Denver parks. Change the Denver Zoning Code, now.

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Happy Haynes And Her Discretion

Colorado Inside Out: October 27th, 2017 – City Park Golf Course a Go The controversial City Park Golf Course project is now officially a-go following a district court judge’s decision. Penfield Tate discusses the decision 560 total views, no views today

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Denver Judge: City Park Flood Plan May Be “Thinly Veiled Subterfuge” to Widen I-70

Plaintiff’s attorney Aaron Goldhamer said there’s a silver lining to the legal defeat. “The judge in the federal court may very well read [Goldberg’s ruling] as a guiding statement as to what the evidence in this case did show,” Goldhamer said. “I’m much more optimistic about the federal case. I think there are some very strong claims there and this ruling may only bolster those claims.”

Goldhamer pointed to the judge’s acknowledgment of “subterfuge” and evidence that the flood project will have adverse environmental impacts. The City Park Golf Course project will remove 263 trees and change the grading of the land. Goldberg wrote that “the loss of a mature [tree] canopy is materially detrimental to the habitat and the neighborhood” an could “take decades to redevelop.”

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