September Monthly Meeting-Public Forum

When:
September 9, 2017 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am
2017-09-09T08:30:00-06:00
2017-09-09T11:00:00-06:00
Where:
Manual High School
1700 E 28th Ave
Denver, CO 80205
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
George Mayl

The meeting is located in the Whittier neighborhood at Manual High School. Onsite parking is available.

8:30 Coffee and networking with neighborhood leaders
9:00  INC program and business matters

Denver INC Sponsored Public Forum –Elements of Lawsuits Pertaining to Platte to Park Hill Storm Water Diversion & the I-70 Expansion 

DENVER – Denver’s Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation is hosting an open forum about the elements of lawsuits pertaining to Platte to Park Hill storm water diversion (“The Ditch”) and the I-70 expansion and re-route project. At present there are four lawsuits pending from various citizen organizations. This educational forum will focus on the heart of these lawsuits.

Location: Manual High School, 1700 E 28th Ave.

Panelists include:

  • Bill DeGroot Retired Manager, Floodplain Management Program, Urban Drainage and Flood Control District
  • Albert Melcher, MS, Captain, Civil; Engineer Corps
  • Dennis Royer, former director of Public Works for Boston and engineer at Denver Public Works
  • John VanSciver, Civil Engineer
  • Representation from CDOT and the City of Denver to be announced

Open to the public. No cost to attend.

 

 

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September Monthly Meeting-Public Forum — 1 Comment

  1. Good afternoon,

    I would like to talk at one of the up coming INC Monthly Meetings on the Office of Emergency Management and INC can work together to best preparer our neighborhoods for an emergency event in Denver.

    Have a Wonderful Colorado Day!

    Carolyn

    Carolyn H Bluhm, MPCP
    Emergency Management Coordinator/Community Preparedness
    Denver’s Office of Emergency Management
    Email – Carolyn.Bluhm@Denvergov.org
    Cell Phone – 303.725.3084

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