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April 24, 2015 East Colfax/East Montclair Neighborhood News

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East Colfax / East Montclair Neighborhood News - April 24, 2015

 


 

Truman Comes Home!!!!


Truman was found safe the evening of April 23rd hiding out under a car at East Colfax and Yosemite Street! The car's owner was able to coax Truman out and called the owner Sarah who's number was on his collar. Sarah and Truman are catching up after his two weeks on the road and are both happy to be together again after a very scary couple of weeks.

Sarah would like to thank the neighborhood support in bringing Truman home. This truly shows the power of our communities!

East Colfax Cleanup Tomorrow Morning at 9:00 AM

Join your fellow neighbors from 9-12 tomorrow, April 25th as we help cleanup litter on East Colfax between Quebec and Yosemite!


 

Please Meet us at 7900 East Colfax Avenue (empty lot at Trenton and Colfax) at 9:00 AM Saturday! You can park in the lot if you wish. Larry Drees and Tom Fesing will pick up from the City, gloves, litter grabbers, trash bags, etc. and should have them at out Trenton St starting point by 9:00 AM.

We will separate into 4 groups and cleanup to Quebec and Yosemite respectively. After the cleanup we will all meet back up at out starting point and those that wish can join us at the Hangar Bar patio to celebrate our success!

7-Eleven Applies for Liquor License!!!

The 7-Eleven that is going to be built at 6596 East Colfax Avenue (south side of Colfax between Magnolia and Monaco) has placed a formal request for application of a 3.2 liquor license. If you would like to be at the public hearing to oppose or approve of the request it will be held on June 10, 2015 at 9:00 AM at the Webb Building located at 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept. 206, Denver, CO 80203!

To view the application and other related documents click the links below!

Application Letter click
HERE!

Application click HERE!

Notice For City Council Click HERE!


 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                         
 
PAVING UPDATE FROM DENVER PUBLIC WORKS
Neighborhood Street Improvements Begin in North Denver
 
DENVER, CO ­— Monday, April 20, 2015 – Denver Public Works crews are continuing their paving operations. Below is our anticipated paving schedule for the week April 20, weather permitting.
 
Denver Public Works Street Maintenance paving operations are weather dependent. Should we experience bad weather – heavy rain, snow, wind, or freezing temperatures, the schedules below will change based on those conditions.
 
WEEK OF APRIL 20
 
Streets/Alleys
  • One Street Maintenance crew will begin working on several residential streets around north Denver, including along 45th and 47th Avenues from north Zuni Street to north Beach Court. As well as the cul de sacs of Stoll Place and Beekman Place at Quentin Street in Montbello.
  • Another Street Maintenance crew will pave select alleys in Council District 8, north of City Park, in the area bounded by 26th and 29th Avenues, Steele Street and Colorado Boulevard. The area is part of the city's unimproved alley paving program.
  • A contracted Hot-In-Place-Recycle crew will start paving Irving from 38th to 46th Avenues. They will then pave Lowell from 19th to 44th Avenues.
Curbs and Pedestrian Ramps
 
Contracted crews are doing curb and pedestrian ramp repairs/installation in:
  • Congress Park: ramp installations, asphalt and landscape repairs, 11th Ave. to 9th Ave./Steele St. to Harrison St.
  • Harvey Park: Jewell to Iliff Ave./Sheridan Blvd. to Tennyson
  • Hampden South: Quebec to Yosemite/Mansfield to Union
  • Park Hill & East Montclair/East Colfax: asphalt and cleanup, Magnolia to Trenton/Montview to 23rd
  • Montbello: ramp installations
Visit our website www.denvergov.org/denverpaving for more information on these programs.
 
PLEASE REMEMBER:
“No Parking” signs are placed on affected blocks in advance of work to let residents know that we need them to move their vehicles; unmoved vehicles may be towed to allow paving work to proceed. The “No Parking” signs ask that no vehicles be parked on the street on weekdays, Monday-Friday, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 
 

Neighborhood Input in Regards to Self Storage Development 7900 East Colfax Avenue

Click HERE to see what your neighbors are saying!





 

Denver Police Department District 2 Latest News & Updates
 


 

Don't Forget the next Community Advisory Board Meeting is this Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 6:00 PM at Denver Police District 2 Headquarters located at 3921 N. Holly Street!!!

Learn about the latest crime statistics in District 2 sectors and precincts, find out what DPD is doing to combat crime, discuss concerns you may have and meet your fellow neighbors!!!

SVP Moving to Neighborhood!

https://youtu.be/z07Lr6Bihg4

Published on Apr 21, 2015

For more information on this or any Sexually Violent Predators (SVP) in Denver, please contact the Denver Police Department Sex Offender Registration/Compliance Unit at 720-913-6511, or by email at Sex_Offender_Registration@denvergov.org.

 

Neighborhood Crime Report April 17 - April 20, 2015

Click
HERE to view all crimes by address in a
2 mile radius of 8000 East Colfax

between April 17 - April 20, 2015

Denver City Council Updates!
 
Weekly meeting schedule and agendas
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Meeting schedule and agendas


There will be public comment at the Safety & Well-Being Committee on Tuesday, April 28. Check the meeting schedule for more information. 
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The 2015 Municipal General Election is May 5, 2015.
 
Copyright © 2015 Denver Elections Division, All rights reserved.
You are receiving this email because you provided your email address on your Colorado Voter Registration Form.

Our mailing address is:
Denver Elections Division
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Denver, Colorado 80204

 
The following list of candidates has been certified to run for Denver Municipal Office as of April 16,  including two write-in candidates for Mayor:
 
As a neighborhood leader (I am president of Lowry United Neighborhoods), I am particularly encouraged that Larry Ambrose -- a long time neighborhood leader in Denver and an advocate of Smart Responsible Growth for Denver--  has agreed to accept write-in votes for Mayor of Denver.  His name being registered with the Denver Election Division, should you write in Larry Ambrose and fill the red circle, your vote will be counted.
 
Yes, it may be the 11th hour!  But for those of us in Denver's neighborhoods who are familiar with Larry's tireless work to defend the legacy of Denver's wonderful parks, and his willingness to raise concerns with the reckless and adverse affects of the overdevelopment frenzy in Denver,  this is an opportunity to vote for a committed neighborhood neighborhood leader.
 
All you have to do is fill in Larry Ambrose in the write-in line under Mayor, and fill in the red circle next to his printed name when you are done.
 
Please pass this on, and pass on the link to Larry Ambrose's new Facebook page as well.
 
Thank you. Please feel free to call me if you have questions.
 
Christine O'Connor

FREE Learn to Compost Classes - Sign Up Today

Compost is a crumbly, nutrient-rich soil amendment that is great for your plants, lawn and garden. Learn how easy it is to make compost in your backyard from food scraps and yard waste at Denver Recycles’ and Denver Urban Gardens’ FREE Learn to Compost classes. Making your own compost not only improves your lawn and garden, it also saves you money, reduces the materials you send to the landfill, and increases your overall soil quality. Classes start at the end of April and are offered until the middle of October at the Denver Compost Demonstration Site located in the Gove Community Garden at 13th and Colorado Blvd. For a complete list of class dates and times, visit DenverGov.org/DenverRecycles.
Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale 2015, 1 DAY – 2x THE VALUE!

 
 

Denver Recycles’ Annual Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale

Saturday, May 2, 2015,

8 AM to 2 PM

(while supplies last)
 

FREE MULCH SITES 

 

COMPOST SITE 

 

LOADER SERVICE & DIG-YOUR-OWN

Northeast: Havana Nursery
(10450 Smith Rd., just south of I-70 on Havana St.)
Loader service into trucks and trailers at this site only

DIG-YOUR-OWN SITES
 
  • Southeast: Veterans Park (Iowa St. & Vine St.)
  • Southwest: Bear Creek Park (South of Dartmouth Ave. on Raleigh St.)
  • Northwest: Sloan’s Lake Park (Sheridan Blvd. & 17th Ave.)
  • Northeast: Fred Thomas Park (Quebec St. & 26th Ave.)
    LOADER SERVICE & PRE-BAGGED
 
Northeast: Havana Nursery
(10450 Smith Rd., just south of I-70 on Havana St.)
Compost sold at this site only
 
Compost Prices are $3.75 per 1.25 cubic ft. 
bag (9 gal.) or $31.50 per cubic yd. (includes tax).*
Compost limit of 3 cubic yards or 20 bags
per vehicle.

    

Download Pricing Sheet

Mulch is ground wood chips that can be used to:   Compost is a nutrient-rich soil amendment
made from decomposed organic material
that can be:
  • control weeds help soil retain moisture
  • protect shallow-rooted plants from weather extremes

 

 

 

  • mixed into soil to help reduce water and fertilizer needs
  • spread thinly over lawns to help grass roots retain moisture
 

Download 2015 Mulch Giveaway & Compost Sale Poster (784 KB)

 

 

Free Mulch "Dig-Your-Own" Site Map

 


 

Spring Application and the Spring Learning Community
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Spring Application: Now open!
 
Denver Environmental Health is soliciting applications from residents and neighborhood organizations for Denver’s Sustainable Neighborhoods Program. The spring application round is now open! Applications will be due on May 29th.

The Sustainable Neighborhoods Program encourages and supports residents in designing and leading community projects that enhance the environmental and social strength of their neighborhoods. Neighborhoods earn credits for these projects with the potential of achieving City Sustainable Neighborhood designation.
 
Two neighborhoods will be selected to participate this spring. They will join the 5 participating neighborhoods: West Colfax, North City Park, Chaffee Park-Regis, Barnum, and Villa Park. Participating Sustainable Neighborhoods will earn credits for achieving sustainability goals by completing projects such as offering recycling workshops, promoting a local community garden, installing artwork in neighborhood alleys, or getting neighbors to commit to making their homes more energy efficient.
 
Depending on the number of credits earned in a given year, neighborhoods can be designated as a “Participating Sustainable Neighborhood” or an “Outstanding Sustainable Neighborhood.”
 
Neighborhoods receive in-kind support from the City, in the form of outreach materials, printing, venue fees, food, and staff time to assist with outreach and project development.
 
To learn more about the program and the application process visit www.SustainableNeighborhoodNetwork.org/Denver.
 
For more information, please contact Taylor Moellers at Taylor.Moellers@denvergov.org or 720-865-5477.
 
We look forward to your application and to the next round of Sustainable Neighborhoods!

 

Photos from the program's first year, with our awesome neighbors in West Colfax, North City Park, and Chaffee Park-Regis!
 
 
 
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You are receiving this email because you are involved with a neighborhood organization in Denver.

Surrounding Neighborhoods
 


 

Happy 50th Anniversary to Emick's Auto Service! First opened April 23, 1965!


http://emicksauto.com/
 

Park Hill Community Garage Sale!

http://www.gphcyardsale.com/
 



The SUN transportation committee was invited to share this information with the community about an upcoming event in Aurora. Many Stapleton residents bike along Montview to get to work at Anschutz Medical Campus.
* * *
I am working with the City of Aurora on their Montview Corridor Study which is looking at the best ways to improve movement along Montview Boulevard, notably, adding a bike lane. We are having a demonstration event on May 9 at North Middle School, the community is invited to bring their bikes and test the proposed bike lane. At our last meeting we had a number of people attend from the Stapleton neighborhood. I was hoping you could distribute the attached invitation through the Stapleton network. We would love to have them turn out, as this affects them as well.
We would love to see you there.

 

Special Edition:  Lowry Celebrates Earth Day
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Happy Earth Day

..or week, or month, or year
 

Check out our list of of all the great things you can do in Lowry to make a difference and live greener.  From composting to buying used to xeriscaping to water conversation, we've got links to resources from all over Denver as well as some great service projects you and your family can volunteer for right here in our own back yard.  To see the full list, click here and Happy Earth Day, Lowry!

This Week:

Attend: Lowry Speaker Series Presents: Getting Started in Genealogy
Mingle: with Lowry United Neighbors before the Speaker Series.
Plan to Join: Kismet for special Night Out to benefit Brents Place

 

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Our mailing address is: Lowry Community Master Association c/o MSI 11002 Benton St. Westminster, CO 80020-3200
Executive Director:  Mary Carr, LCMA Phone:  720-583-5262 email:  mary.carr.lowry@gmail.com

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