Business owners fight to mix bud and booze

By: Amy DiPierro BusinessDen Feb 8, 2017
Khalatbari and two of his pizzerias are among five plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the state’s revenue department. The group says Initiative 300 trumps the state’s rule. The lawsuit claims Denver’s law went into effect first, and additionally, says the Department of Revenue’s Liquor & Tobacco Enforcement Division doesn’t have the power to regulate marijuana.

The gist of the blowback: scrap Colorado’s regulation.

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Free, No Work, Right-of-Way Trees

Not only will Denver Forestry be providing these street trees at zero cost to residents, they will also mark utilities, as well as deliver and plant the trees free of charge! Care guide and maintenance tips will also be provided digitally, paper copies available upon request. For people wishing to plant trees on private property, The Park Park People will again be hosting it’s annual Denver Digs Trees distribution in the spring of 2017 which provides free & low-cost trees for planting on both private property and the public-tight-of-way. For more info and to sign up to be notified when applications are available, visit:

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No parking? Denver City Council looks at halting some development plans without it

Among a half-dozen developments in the pipeline that qualify for the parking exemption is Pando Holdings’ plan to build two micro-apartment buildings on small side-by-side lots on Humboldt Street south of 16th Avenue. Its site development plans say each building would have 54 studio apartments, with no parking proposed — an idea that has ruffled some feathers in the neighborhood.

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Denver voters could decide on new places to smoke pot come November

During Tuesday’s meeting with the council staff, Khalatbari and attorneys Christian Sederberg and Josh Kappel faced questions on several fronts. Those included the potential that one recognized neighborhood group or business district could overrule another in areas with more than one group, and the unprecedented delegation of influence on a licensing decision to outside groups.

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INC’s Charitable Works

In the past, INC supported the Dollar Dictionary Program which ended in 2015 with the advent of technology in schools. INC feels that partnering with neighborhoods in Denver is important not only related to advocacy issues but also related to community giving. The primary goal is to create a program grounded in Community Charitable Works which is neighborhood-based and which can be responsive to the wide range of needs and concerns of Denver’s many diverse neighborhoods.
The following plan will be executed during 2016.

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Power Point Presentation Created By CPD For Short Term Rentals

A proposal to allow short-term vacation rentals in Denver won the endorsement Wednesday night of the Planning Board, moving the controversial issue formally to the City Council.

That’s where it originated — from a task force led by Councilwoman Mary Beth Susman. Her aim over two years of meetings has been to regulate an industry that’s proliferating in Denver neighborhoods as services such as Airbnb and VRBO have caught fire, despite current law that bars rentals of less than 30 days. READ MORE

All For One Community Golf Tournament

Sponsored Southmoor Park South Neighborhood Association to the following: Websites: and Calendar Date: May 21, 2016 Playing spots are going fast for the 3rd Annual “All For One” Community Golf Tournament to be held at Wellshire Golf Course on May 21st. So, get your foursome together and sign-up today! It’s possibly the most fun tournament of the year and proceeds benefit four local Southeast Denver schools. The $95 golfer fee includes green fees, carts, light breakfast, full lunch and lots of gifts, awards and prizes. Find out more information and register at READ MORE