"I thought it was the greatest thing ever," Clark told Denverite.
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.
With no opposition from committee members, the declawing ban moved forward Wednesday morning. The full Denver City Council still needs to vote on it.
The three-day festival will be put on by Superfly, the promoters behind Bonnaroo and Outside Lands, and feature national acts alongside local musicians.
Last year, Rafael Espinoza abstained because of strong policy differences with Albus Brooks. This year, he was a yes and praised Brooks' leadership.
It's a step that Council President Albus Brooks said moves Denver backwards but that proponents said responds to important concerns of their constituents.
Denver City Council has extended its parking debate for at least two more meetings as Councilman Jolon Clark held back on a key amendment.
Parking regulations were coming to council with no real consensus, so City Council members are going to keep talking with planners, advocates and developers.
The Broncos announced the move Tuesday, which many anticipated after Wade Phillips left to become the defensive coordinator of the Los Angeles Rams.
Albus Brooks of District 9 had the support of 11 of his 12 colleagues Monday night.