Survey of Denver’s Neighborhood Organizations
This survey’s purpose is to gain feedback from Denver’s neighborhoods that can be used to improve our organization in serving your needs. It is designed to take only a couple minutes of your time. Please take our survey
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Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation is partnering again with Denver8TV and the Denver League of Women Voters under the name Denver Decides to produce televised forums on Channel 8 to inform voters about the election on November 7, 2017 as follows:
· School board – District 2 (southwest Denver) and District 4 (northeast Denver) – October 10
· School board – District 3 (east Denver) and 1 at-large seat – October 12
· Ballot issues – General Obligation bonds and “green-roof” initiative – October 17
The forums will all be telecast from the Channel 8 studio downtown. A couple of days after each forum, they can be viewed any time at www.denverdecides.org.
If you have any questions to be asked for the candidates or the speakers for and against the ballot issues, please submit them as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org. School board questions about issues specific to the particular districts will be appreciated – please mention which district.
All neighborhood groups should help inform residents of the importance of voting in all election
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The plaintiffs expect that their requested injunction will be determined no later than early 2018, before CDOT is scheduled to begin construction. CDOT and the FHWA will have an opportunity to respond to the plaintiffs’ motion, and an injunction hearing is possible. If the injunction is granted, it would bode well for a final determination that CDOT would have to reissue an Environmental Impact Study before proceeding with the I-70 project, as “likelihood of success on the merits” is an important factor in obtaining injunctive relief. Likewise, if the injunction is granted, CDOT may not be able to help pay for the Platte to Park Hill project. If that happens, Goldhamer thinks “the City might scrap their Platte to Park Hill project. After all, they did not have any plan for it in Denver’s 2014 Storm Drainage Master Plan, before CDOT apparently realized they needed to account for more drainage issues and talked Denver into helping them out.”
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The city originally acted as the trustee for the assets left behind when George Clayton died in 1899. The golf course previously was agricultural and dairy land, and the government managed it as a city golf course starting in 1932. Until 1982, the city itself owned the golf course land. Then it gave the deed over to the George W. Clayton Trust.
City Council members in the late 1980s considered trying to buy the land back from Clayton. Instead, the city paid Clayton for a promise not to develop the land.
In exchange for $2 million, Clayton agreed in 1997 to a “conservation easement,” which says the land can’t be used for anything but golf and related activities.
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INC neighborhoods oppose the proposed expansion of I70 because it increases the health impacts on our neighborhoods and we call on Governor Hickenlooper and Mayor Hancock to halt the project until all health impacts have been eliminated.
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On Saturday, September 9, 2017, INC sponsored a forum to discuss the PLATTE TO PARKHILL STORMWATER DIVERSION AND THE 1-70 EXPANSION. At the close of the meeting, a resolution was put forth to the delegates which passed. See the video of the entire forum here
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Margie Valdez proposed a motion related to the city’s P-3 office. The motion stated:
“Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) strongly urges the proposal to create an office for public-private partnerships within Denver City Government that will screen, vet and shepherd P-3 or public-private partnerships related to major city projects be delayed until such time as the specifics of the proposal have been released or shared and adequate time is included for the proposal to be vetted with both City Council members and the public-at-large. Further, INC requests City Council to refuse to support the proposal known as P-3 until more informed community discussion and transparency can occur.”
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