After losing his bid for state Senate District 34, Rep. Joel Judd, D-Denver, issued a statement to his supporters Tuesday acknowledging his opponent, Sen. Lucia Guzman, D-Denver, as a competent representative for the people and encouraging further Democratic activism.
Posts Tagged Denver City Council
DENVER– Members of the city council here are considering eliminating a controversial vehicle impound law that has raised financial and constitutional questions. Dan Hayes, the main backer of the law, which passed as a ballot initiative in 2008, told the Colorado Independent that council members opposing the law are merely protecting laws that make Denver a so-called sanctuary city for illegal aliens.
Denver just became a bit more populist.
Last week, city voters approved a proposal to streamline the process by which citizens can place initiatives on the ballot. Referred Question 1A on the Denver ballot, which passed with 70 percent of the vote during last Tuesday’s primary, will rid the city charter of an awkward formality.
Join Denver District 3 councilman Paul Lopez for a live 30 minute Q&A on Thursday, April 17 at 10 a.m. MDT. Lopez will take your questions on a variety of issues concerning the City of Denver.
The Denver City Council may have unwillingly referred a marijuana legalization initiative to metro voters last week, but the battle is far from over if pot proponents have their say.
This time, the Coors Brewing Company is joining…
Building taller transmission towers is serious business for Xcel Energy and the company’s lobbyists.
Since May, Xcel has been trying to surpass a Denver view plane ordinance in an effort to update transmission towers that the business says…
Marijuana proponents came to give the Denver City Council a piece of their mind, but first they had to survive a long and arduous council meeting before speaking on a local legalization initiative.
At issue was a proposed ordinance…
In Denver’s Ruby Hill Park, structures can only be built so high, and that’s the law.
Like many areas in the city, the park has what’s called a “view plane” ordinance to thwart large developments from blocking the view.…