Activists held an end-of-life vigil for doomed trees, a somber protest that marks a new dimension for activism around this project.
Judge David Goldberg found no issue with the fact that the flood control project would benefit the I-70 expansion.
Councilwoman Stacie Gilmore’s husband works for Parks and Rec, so should she have voted on the golf course contracts?
Councilman Rafael Espinoza sought a delay in approving the contracts, but his motion failed 6-7, with Gilmore casting one of the no votes.
CDOT director Shailen Bhatt told I-70 opponents that it's "the American process" to sue, and they have taken him up on that challenge.
Contracts to reconfigure City Park Golf Course are likely to be approved Aug. 14. A lawsuit to stop the project goes to trial Aug. 21.
Despite pending lawsuits, contracts for the City Park Golf Course redesign team were advanced by City Council committee members this week.
After a nine-month selection process, park officials have a recommendation for Denver City Council as to who should lead City Park Golf Course's redesign.
An open house meeting from 5 to 7 p.m. at City Park Pavilion marks the beginning of the next master plan process for the 330 acres east of downtown.
"The fact that they're fighting this should raise concerns with the public," Denver Councilman Rafael Espinoza said.
The city argued that the court didn't have subject matter jurisdiction because the claims were not "ripe." A Denver District Court judge didn't buy that.