Here's a guide to Denver Questions 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F and 2G on your 2017 ballot.
"If someone like me can’t figure out how City Council works, many other people must find it hard to participate, too."
Denver City Council voted unanimously to place $937 million in borrowing for parks, libraries, roads, sidewalks and transit on the November ballot.
"You have parents walking up and down Washington Street with a stroller and a bunch of kids, and there is no sidewalk, and it is so unsafe."
“Equity” is the key word as Denver City Council moves a $937 million bond program closer to the ballot
Denver city leaders are promising a 2017 bond program that will address long-standing inequalities between neighborhoods, but some ask: What about housing?
Denver Public Library will get $61 million if voters approve a new bond package. More than half that money will go to renovations at the central library.
Denver City Council members still want to squeeze in a few more projects. "I would recommend we do not push it any further," the city's CFO told them.
Which modes reign supreme in Denver's 2017 GO Bond package? Here's a breakdown of how biking, walking, pedestrian and vehicular interests fared.
Colfax Avenue has been neglected for decades and not seen the same wave of revitalization as other areas of town, advocates say, but now with millions of taxpayer dollars within reach and support from community leaders and developers, many feel Colfax's time is coming.
Denver City Council members are wondering just how much they can squeeze into the 2017 GO bond package, and they're looking down the road for new revenue.
"People want to see projects that will benefit the entire city," Mayor Michael Hancock said.
The decision before city leaders now is whether it's a good idea to max out the credit card, so to speak.
Rebuilding can be a painful process, but it's a lot more interesting for a Denver Nuggets team that has proven it can do well in the NBA Draft.