Initial letter from Attorney Aaron Goldhamer regarding Proposed City Park Golf Course Stormwater Detention Project We are pleased to announce that on November 21, 2016, a Denver District Court judge, denied a motion by the City of Denver, to dismiss a lawsuit brought by J.D. MacFarlane, Plaintiff and CPFAN Board Member, represented by Attorney Aaron Goldhamer, asking the court to stop the City of Denver from constructing an “industrial-level storm water managment project” in City Park Golf Course. Read the ruling here. The lawsuit will now proceed. If you’d like to help fund the lawsuit, go to https://www.coloradogives.org/ditchtheditch. DOCUMENTS 2014
City Park Friends and Neighbors (CPFAN) members have donated $1, 600 towards the effort to update the City Park 2001 Master Plan and to create Design Guidelines for City Park. This project is sponsored by the City Park Designation Exploratory Committee. The committee has submitted two grants to support the Master Plan and Design Guidelines effort. City Park Alliance (CPA) members have donated $2,020 and the organization itself has committed to donate $7,140 to fulfill the matching funds requirements for the GOCO grant. Thank you to to all the CPFAN and CPA members for their support of this important project.
The board of CPFAN meets monthly on the first Tuesday of each month from 6 – 7:45 p.m. at Messiah Lutheran Church 1750 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80220, unless otherwise noted. All CPFAN members and the public are invited and encouraged to attend. Programs precede many of our meetings. Meeting minutes are publicly available on the CPFAN library, posted to the website. In addition, CPFAN hosts an annual member meeting for the purpose of electing officers and informing members of issues relevant to the membership. All meetings are posted to the CPFAN website. Members may subscribe to receive notices of meetings