As we reported earlier, it's difficult to fire or discipline people who are elected by voters.
Frustration with lack of information led two council members to essentially vote against free money for housing.
"For the residents, they need to get to work. We need to make sure buses and emergency services can get in and out of the neighborhood."
Denver has released the comprehensive housing plan that will guide its investments and programs for the next five years and seek to turn the tide of what officials are deeming a housing crisis.
Community activists think the neighborhoods that will bear the brunt of the impact of the project should have at least as much representation as CSU and the stock show.
DIA definitely needs to change its security operations, but how does the public know whether a $1.8 billion public-private partnership is a good deal?
Denver City Council unanimously adopted a resolution asking Colorado's congressional delegation to oppose Trump's budget.
"I make $130,000 a year with a high school education and no student loan debt. That's hopefully what these kids get, a craft they can use for a lifetime."
Councilwoman Debbie Ortega doesn’t want Mayor Michael Hancock’s affordable housing fund to be a “blank check”
How much control Denver City Council would have over a new permanent affordable housing fund has been a sticking point.
"It’s the next great place if we do things right."