Funding from the Denver go will use to build the outpatient Medical Center, OMC Denver Health. The OMC will be a 272000 square foot state-of-the-art facility that will allow us to expand 17 clinics and include a Day Surgery Center, expanded Pharmacy lab services and Radiology. These services will be available in one location at the OMC patients will be able to access all their care in one building
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There were many committees, which Claudette assisted in forming and then stepping back to allow new leadership to participate.
Most notable were the Buddy System, (to support elderly ladies living alone), the Welcome New Neighbor Committee (under the direction of Odessa Burch) and the annual competition; “Best Yard / Landscape” in which two homes won gift and cash awards and had the honor of placing the winner sign in their front lawn for the month.
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Do We Have Correct RNO Data for Your Group?
The list of current 2017 members is posted on our website at 2017 MEMBER LIST.
We currently have 90 RNO member organizations and 33 Associate members.
Please advise if you have changes in delegates, addresses or even RNO names!
We like to keep our sign in sheets up to date so if any of your voting delegates have changed, please let us know the name, address, email and phone for our contact records. This also includes permanently assigned rotating delegates (alternates).
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Monday, October 16, 2017, various citizen-plaintiffs offered a flurry of filings in two cases related to the project. In a federal case asserting the Colorado Department of Transportation (“CDOT”) and the Federal Highway Administration’s (“FHWA”) failure to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act, a plaintiff group led by developer Kyle Zeppelin responded to CDOT and FHWA’s motion to dismiss their case, offering sworn statements of two sitting Denver City Council members to rebut a statement offered by City Engineer Lesley Thomas that Denver will proceed with its controversial “Platte to Park Hill” drainage project—which the plaintiffs assert is directly tied to the I-70 expansion—even if CDOT is enjoined from paying the $60 million it has committed to contributing to that project.
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Roger Armstrong, Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods’ executive director from 2007 through 2016, will be honored with a proclamation at Monday night’s Oct 16, 2017 Denver City Council meeting. District 10 City
Councilman Wayne New will offer the proclamation.
The Council meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. and Roger’s friends are encouraged to attend and, if they wish, speak about his many accomplishments as an advocate for the people of Greater Capitol Hill.
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he served on the Police Citizen Advisory council the Appreciate Policy Board, the Colorado Community Policing Board and the Citizen Advisory Board District 2. Brewer also was a community representative for various city efforts, including the “Keep Denver Beautiful” program, the light rail development and the Mayor’s Neighborhood Citizen Bond Task Force.
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Following contract negotiations, Denver City Council’s Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee will consider the recommended team for a City Council vote. The City, along with the selected team, is anticipated to meet with the community to refine the greenway design in late 2017/early 2018. Pre-construction activities, such as utility relocations, are already underway, with the greenway expected to be completed at the end of 2019. Also included in the contract is funding to integrate a stormwater detention facility in the northeast corner of what is now operating as Park Hill Golf Course.
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