Has an amazing opportunity for the youth in your neighborhood ages 18-24. Mile High Youth Corps has corpsmember positions open for Fall Forestry. We are a non-profit organization that bring young people together from diverse life experiences to grow in service to their community, the environment and their own development. Corpsmembers earn a bi-weekly living stipend of $760.00 and upon the successful completion of their service, they receive an Americorps education award of $1,583.36. This scholarship is good for up to seven years and can be used for trades, training, and higher education. Contact: Vivian Eden Administrative and Outreach Associate
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Future use of Park Hill Golf Course Visioning Process Community Forum Tuesday, July 10, 2018 6-8 pm, Clayton Early Learning Campus, Administration Building 3801 Martin Luther King Blvd. It’s tempting to breathe a sigh of relief but please stay engaged and forcefully relay your desire for the 155 acres to remain a golf course or be preserved as open space. Please support the golf course and frequent the clubhouse. It has a great pub for lunch, great views, golf shop with PHGC caps and shirts, etc. Great for events, too. It is still important that as many people as possible
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It is Resolved by City Park Friends and Neighbors that we request City Council and the Department of Parks and Recreation to work cooperatively with our Greater Park Hill neighbors to:
- Keep the former Xcel property that is already owned by the City and County of Denver. That is, don’t swap parcels with HM Capital, the developer of Park Hill Commons on the east side.
- Demonstrate the city’s commitment to a pocket park in this neighborhood by designating the former Xcel property proactively, i.e. right away, before the park is developed, thereby ensuring this valuable property is safe from commercial exploitation.
- Demonstrate the city’s commitment to creative cooperation with neighborhoods by engaging in a collaborative process with the Park Hill community to design, fund, and build a pocket park on the former Xcel property. Show good faith with Park Hill’s citizens and exploit the volunteer talent, expertise, and labor available within the community.
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