They're fighting over what constitutes a "gift" — and what it means when the airport provides free tickets to Denver City Council, which approves airport spending.
Shayla R. Richard is challenging Councilwoman Stacie Gilmore for the District 11 seat.
A new proposal would allow for development up to 12 floors in Globeville on the current site of The Big Wonderful.
"I can't imagine Congress having to go to the president every time they need to hire an attorney."
Kniech is one of two at-large members of the council, meaning she represents the entire city rather than an individual district.
Denver City Council unanimously voted to approve the initial investments into community projects that will cost $193 million in total.
Denver's elected leaders on Tuesday approved the course for the city's next five years of spending on affordable housing.
López has represented District 3, on the city's west side, since 2007.
There was some debate on council as members called for more community representation on the group, but the nominees were approved by a firm majority.
The Denver City Council moved toward one of the first city-level bans on "bump stocks," the devices that can make a rifle fire at nearly automatic speeds.
Spurred by gentrification, a community activist seeks to displace Albus Brooks from his council seat
Candi CdeBaca expects to part of a coalition of candidates with a different approach to growth and development in the 2019 municipal elections.
Frustration with lack of information led two council members to essentially vote against free money for housing.
Denver is inviting private partners to play a bigger role in funding city infrastructure, but some council members still have concerns.
Councilman Jolon Clark and community leaders in Athmar Park have a plan that could bring tens of millions of dollars to Denver's southwestern neighborhoods.
Denver City Council members were divided on whether this is a good use of public money. The legal defense fund will help immigrants facing deportation.
A pilot program would need authorization from the Colorado General Assembly and the Denver City Council. The process is likely to be contentious.