Assistant City Attorney David Broadwell said the city believes its ordinance is constitutional and is prepared to make that case.
“The objective of the parties is to strike down the ordinance,” Broadwell said. “They are putting the ordinance on trial, and whenever we adopt any controversial ordinance, we know that might happen. That’s why we have courts, and we respect that process. We’re always prepared to defend our right to have such an ordinance.”
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BLANK CHECK By Keith Howard The INC Delegates are being asked to endorse a “Statement” concerning homelessness in Denver. These three sentences grew out of a discussion of the undeniably serious, tragic and systemic problem of homelessness. Given such a … READ MORE
Public Funding and Public Behavior By Jan Marie Belle Denver is proposing new sources of funding (such as “social impact bonds”) for “Housing First”, a new approach to resolving homelessness. The idea is that putting the chronically homeless in housing … READ MORE
The proposed INC Position Statement which was adopted by the ZAP Committee on December 12, 2015 for referral and adoption by INC delegates at the INC delegate meeting scheduled for January 9th. READ MORE
Name Type of family Type of assistance Shelter Information Process & Criteria Adams Co Cold Weather Care Single men, single women, families experiencing homelessness Emergency shelter: transportation, showers, meals, shelter, case management Length of Stay: 30 Days Phone: 303-847-9072 https://coldweathercare.org/ … READ MORE
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