It’s Full Steam Ahead In The City Park Golf Course Lawsuit

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 Four weeks to go. Please chip in.

On Friday July 21, the Judge denied Denver’s Motion for Summary Judgment, which means the MacFarlane vs. Denver trial will proceed on August 21.   We know all of you have been in limbo for months waiting to hear, so thank you for hanging in there with us!  Please pass this news on to your networks on Facebook and NextDoor!
Now we have just four weeks to go to the trial, where our attorneys will demonstrate to the Court that not only the golfers who play 50,000 rounds of golf a year at CPGC, but thousands of other Denverites will be deprived of use of CPGC for ANY park purpose during this extended stormwater project chosen as construction support for the I70 expansion.  Our lawyers will also show that— contrary to all the fancy PR coming from Denver — this project was not chosen to “improve†the Golf Course, and in fact will destroy the historic landscape design that earned the Golf Course its place on the National Register of Historic Places.  
As all our supporters know, Aaron Goldhamer and Tony Vaida are DONATING all their legal time towards this case.  But we need to cover all the costs for the next four weeks and for trial.  For all of us who have been waiting in the wings to see if this moved forward, now is the moment to step up and help cover all the costs.
There are two ways to contribute — online donation OR send a check. Either way, jump on board and do it today!
If you would like to send a check, please make it out to Keating Wagner Polidori Free, P.C., with “MacFarlane Costs” in the memo line, and mail to 1290 Broadway, Suite 600, Denver, CO 80203.

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