The Denver assistant city attorney who received a $660,000 settlement from the city after being accused of misconduct has spoken publicly for the first time, saying he hopes his fight against City Hall encourages others who are defending themselves against powerful institutions.
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A week before a Denver City Council committee is set to consider advancing an affordable housing plan, some council members still have concerns about how to pay for it.
A bill to move two offices that monitor Denver police into the City Charter unanimously passed a City Council vote Monday night, paving the way for a charter amendment to go before voters in November.
A development agreement for one project could aid Denver City Council members’ attempt to stop rowhomes with narrow “garden courts” between the buildings.
Denver-based Westfield Co. hopes to transform the stretch bounded by Brighton, 40th Street, 43rd Street and the railroad tracks into a lively mixed-use district.
The Safety and Well-Being Committee will hold a discussion and accept public comment on securing the monitor’s office within the city charter.
Denver City Council members will get a few extra weeks to scrutinize the details of a proposed affordable housing plan.
The Denver City Council this week advanced a proposed moratorium that would give the city time to tighten a rule allowing developers to provide no off-street parking on small lots.
The Denver City Council elected new leadership Monday night with near-unanimity, selecting Albus Brooks as president and Jolon Clark as president pro tem, the No. 2 post.
Denver building industry interests are weighing in heavily against proposed development impact fees to help pay for the city’s $150 million affordable housing initiative.