A news release for the event said it could include southwest Denver-area residents, state and local elected officials, Sisters of Loretto members and university faculty, staff and alumni.
“Recent redevelopments around the city have demonstrated that Denver residents have little to no voice in what happens right in their own neighborhoods,” the release said. “Residents are taking the initiative now with the hope of producing a ‘win-win’ for everyone involved, including the new property owner.”
Flynn said he’s been urging the city to acquire the 1,000-seat theater or find a way to retain it as a community building, saying it could be a “revenue stream” and host actors, artists, concerts and the like.
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The Denver Police Department highly values its partnership with the community and recognizes that having public engagement creates a successful law enforcement agency. Continuing with Department’s mission to collaborate with the community to make Denver a better and safer place for all its members, DPD invites interested community members to apply to join the Chief’s Community Advisory Board. Selected members of the Chief’s Community Advisory Board will advise the Chief of Police on issues, matters and public policies, which influence or impact the ongoing relationship between the Denver Police Department, and the community we serve.
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Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s
Cabinet in the Community
When: Saturday, May 20, 2017, 9am-11am
Where: Denver Botanic Gardens,
1007 York Street, Denver, CO 80206
For questions, email: email@example.com
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Please come to MAYOR MICHAEL B. HANCOCK’S CABINET THE COMMUNITY
Saturday, February 25th, 2017 9:OOAM-11:OOAM Henry World Middle School
3005 S Golden Way
Denver, CO 80227
•Safety Vehicle Demonstration
•Interactive City Fair
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