CPFAN Annual Meeting Goes Electronic!

City Park Friends and Neighbors (CPFAN) will not hold its Annual Meeting on Monday, April 6. Our usual meeting place, Messiah Community Church will be closed. Our speaker for the meeting, Adam Smith, Superintendant, Denver Parks and Recreation, is not able to attend due to new city policies arising from the coronavirus pandemic. This program will be rescheduled. CPFAN is a membership-based Registered Neighborhood Organization with 500 members. We hold annual meetings to elect the coming year’s board members and officers. All members are welcomed to attend our annual meetings and vote on the year’s slate of board members. Nominations

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CPFAN Request for ECAP Comment Period Extension, Problems with ECAP Planning Process and PUMA Contract Non-Performance

ARTICLE III RNO Ordinance – City Charter PUMA Prof Svcs-Agreement – PUMA-and_City-County-Denver   Dear Denver City Council Members, City Planners and Auditor O’Brien: I am the president of City Park Friends and Neighbors (CPFAN), a delegate to Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC), a member of Congress Park Neighbors, Inc.(CPN) and a 40 year resident of Congress Park. I have known about the East Central Area Plan (ECAP) for almost 2 years and attended many meetings with City Planners. My comments reflect these experiences, conversations with residents and leadership of many ECAP Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNOs) and observations of City Council Meetings. My

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Color Fields Denver At The Lily Ponds

City Park Friends and Neighbors has received a PS You Are Here grant from Denver Arts and Venues to sponsor an art installation in City Park at the Lily Ponds located SW of the Museum of Nature and Science. The project, Color Field at the Lily Ponds, was conceived of by Denver artists, Sarah and Josh Palmeri to draw attention to the historic Lily Pond space through a colorful, site-specific installation of roughly 6,000 painted gardening stakes in the seedbeds of the drained pond. The six uniquely shaped seedbeds will transform into abstract forms of bright colors, recalling the history

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