The stage is now set for the redevelopment of the barren former Gates Rubber site, wedged between South Broadway and South Santa Fe Drive south of I-25.
Denver City Council is expected to weigh in Monday on the latest plans to plans to revitalize the former Gates Rubber site south of Interstate 25.
The EPA says Pruitt spoke about the agency's intent to promote environmental stewardship without costing coal industry jobs.
Denver Public Schools has sold the property to a Colorado hotel developer, but no actual proposal has been submitted.
Companies in the past avoided cleanup costs in many cases by declaring bankruptcy.
Denver City Council unanimously approved a collective $12 million in tax-increment financing Monday toward two blocks in the Sloans project.