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May 30, 2015 East Colfax/East Montclair Neighborhood News

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East Colfax / East Montclair Neighborhood News - May 30, 2015

 


 

Neighborhood News!



 



 

Only 3 homes have given their address for the community-wide garage sale that will be held in the East Colfax/East Montclair neighborhood on Saturday, June 6th, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Please let us know if you are having a sale and we will put it on the map!!!

The multiple garage sales will be a great way for you to sell household items, clothing, records, furniture, artwork, etc. Don’t have anything to sell? Then enjoy a Saturday morning exploring the neighborhood a...nd meeting your neighbors while shopping for some great deals.

This is a free event but those participating in the garage sale need to register by Friday, June 5th to be included on the East Colfax/East Montclair Garage Sale online Google map. We will post the final map the week before the sales begin on Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor and our website. To register, please send your name, address, e-mail and the types of items you are selling to:

emnanews@gmail.com
 


 

Motel Owners meeting overview by Larry Drees, Vice-President of the East Montclair Neighborhood Association.

On Wednesday night Larry Drees and the Denver Police Department, City Attorney's Office met for a second meeting with the East Colfax Motel owners that operate between Monaco and Yosemite. The main purpose of this meeting was to assist the owners with legal advice from an outside attorney. The advice is what many already knew, that when you rent to a person over 30 days it becomes a gray area of whether or not you are an innkeeper or landlord which can make it more difficult in a potential eviction process. One suggestion was for the owners to hire a private attorney collectively and put together a contract for residents and guests that states that the owner is only an innkeeper and not a landlord.

The Denver police also went over suggestions they have for the owners and managers and their responsibility with reducing crime in front of their properties and in their establishments.

Detective Milo (DPD abatement officer) educated the owners that if they call in a crime and get an abatement notice, to call him and they will look into the case and if the owners are proactive in calling in issues he can potentially remove the abatement notices.

It is important for the motel owners and managers to be proactive and reporting crimes and other issues on and around their property to be come better neighborhood allies.

Many of the motel owners and managers also expressed interest in becoming business members of the East Montclair neighborhood association!

 

Meeting overview by Larry Drees, Vice President of the East Montclair Neighborhood Association.

The I.N.C. (Inter Neighborhood Cooperation) Safety Committee which we are an active member of held a public meeting and discussion on Tuesday night at Denver Police District 2 HQ along with D2 leadership. The meeting was about two subjects. The first presentation was from Denver INC and they were looking for RNO's, Who might be interested in joining their organization. They work as a collaborative group of neighborhood associations to try to get more stuff done with the city and to have more of a voice. If you'd like to look up information on them, their website is www.DenverINC.org

Denver Denver Police also spoke about the work they're doing in regards to the gang issues in Denver. In the past few weeks there have been 85 felony arrest, 105 misdemeanor arrest, 602 gang member contacts, 19 recover vehicles, and 28 firearms removed from the street. As for our particular neighborhood, they are working hard with the prostitution case task force.

Also as a side note, The crime in precinct 221 which borders are Colorado Blvd to Quebec and E. 28th to E. 56th are the lowest they have been in years.

Brother Jeff a community activist that works with inner-city youth susceptible to gang activity was also they're going over ideas to reduce gang activity.

 

Protest of Monaco & Colfax 7-Eleven Liquor License Application



The East Montclair Neighborhood Association at its last general monthly meeting voted to oppose the application for a 3.2% beer/fermented beverage liquor license for the new 7-Eleven between Magnolia and Monaco and East Colfax Avenue. The letter from the association that was filed with the City of Denver Excise and License Department is attached below.

The 7-11 store under construction on Colfax & Monaco in Montclair (known as the annual Christmas Tree lot) is scheduled to open mid-August and operate 24 hrs. per day. It has applied for a "3.2 aka Fermented Malt Beverages Liquor License (Off Premises.)" The liquor license hearing will be scheduled soon and all of us will get the word out when the date is available. The hearing is open to the public and attendees are permitted to speak if they wish. Neighbors are strongly encouraged to attend because the larger number of citizens that are present the more likely the application will be denied.

 

Historic Montclair Community Association, along with Mayfair Neighbors and East Montclair Neighborhood Association will formally oppose the 3.2 application are circulating a petition against the license. The designated signature area is for residents that live in the following boundaries, 10th Ave. & Montview, Olive & Kearney. Residents living within these boundaries can sign the petition and only these signatures will be considered in opposition of the alcohol permit; however, anyone can attend the hearing even if not in the signature area and you are strongly encouraged to do so.

Please contact Carrie O'Shea, President of the Historic Montclair Neighborhood Association via email in order to arrange to sign the petition at: caroshea@msn.com if you live in the designated signature area.

Click HERE to read the Protest Letter
 


 

At our June meeting on Tuesday, June 19, 2015 at 6:30 PM we will have Authors Bob and Kris Autobee speak about the historical research and survey on West Colfax Avenue and their book, "Lost Restaurants of Denver"!

http://www.denverpost.com/lakewood/ci_28...

http://www.r-best-sellers/88818/

http://archive.constantcontact.com/fs117...

We will also have fellow neighbor Jamie Perkins who was selected to represent us at the 2015 Transit Alliance Citizens Academy share with us her new found knowledge!

Transit Alliance is an influential public-advocacy organization that works to enhance communities and people’s lives by cultivating a healthy, resilient and more sustainable lifestyle by supporting transit, active transportation and increased mobility. The organization started in 1997 and works toward its mission by engaging a variety of private and public stakeholders and by placing a heavy emphasis on remaining active in the policy arena, building leadership capacity, staying connected to the community and fostering a forum for constructive dialogue.

http://www.transitalliance.org

Meetings are held at the Mile High Youth Corp building located at 6740 East Colfax Ave. (SW corner of Newport Street and East Colfax on the east side entrance to the community center).

Don't forget we have a Facebook page, website and Twitter account too!

http://www.eastmontclair.org

https://www.facebook.com/EastMontclair

https://twitter.com/EastMontclair

Every week we publish an e-letter with city information, police information and neighborhood information and activities. You can sign up right on our website to ensure you receive these e-letters or simply go to this link:

http://eepurl.com/bcWwxH

Also the Denver Police Department District 2 has a bi-monthly meeting held the last Wednesday of every other month at their headquarters located at 3921 Holly St.. The next meeting is coming up on June 24th at 6 PM.

 

The numbers are in an the East Montclair/East Colfax planted 63 trees and was the #2 highest planting neighborhood out of the 70+ Denver neighborhoods in our program!!   A fabulous response!  Our thanks to you for helping to really get the word out as well as the neighborhood volunteers who helped by canvassing and distributing door hangers.

We want to remind residents that still need trees (or more trees) for only $10 each to contact theparkpeople.org to get on the mailing list for spring 2016.

 


Marilyn Kaub, Volunteer

Denver Digs Trees

 

State-Wide Lock & Safe, INC


 

Need a Locksmith, Security Equipment, Safes?

You will know you’ve made the right choice for your protection with State-Wide Lock & Safe Inc when you experience their great customer service. Also they are a business member of The East Montclair Neighborhood Association. They have been serving the lock and safe needs of the people in our neighborhood and beyond since 1983. With their professionally installed locks and highly skilled locksmiths, we have to say that they are as good at keeping people out of your place as they are at getting you back in. They carry an outstanding selection of security products designed with your protection in mind. Whether you are in need of security products and installations, or locked out of your home and need to gain re-entry, you can trust State-Wide to quickly send their best, most highly trained, skilled locksmiths to your door to resolve your security issue at a competitive rate. They don’t take the matter of your protection lightly.

They are located on the SE corner of East Colfax Avenue and Roslyn.
Their website is http://www.wemovesafes.com/

 



 

 


 


New Coffee Shop in the
East Colfax/East Montclair Neighborhood!

 

There is a new coffee shop in the neighborhood, Quince Essential Coffee! Their website, Facebook, etc. is just now being developed so please be patient. Located on Quince Street between E. 14th Ave. and East Colfax at 1447 Quince Street.

http://www.quinceessentialcoffee.com

Here are a few words from the owners via Nextdoor:


Hello Neighbors!

We've had the pleasure of meeting many of you and look forward to meeting many more! Our official full open day is June 3rd from 6am to 8pm. Until then, we will be open next week Monday through Friday 4pm to 8pm and weekends from 8am to 7pm.

We proudly serve Kaladi Coffee, as well as other hot and cold drinks, snacks, and Happy Leaf Kombucha.

We
are kiddo and dog friendly and eagerly anticipate becoming an integral part of the community.

Babette & Michelle

 

Denver Police Department District 2 Latest News & Updates
 


 

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Please call the police during or after any criminal activity you see in your area. If YOU do not call they will not know their was any crime or suspected crime. Do not assume that they are to busy or will not show up.They could be just around the corner, it is important to call every time. If you don't, who will?
 

Don't Forget the next Community Advisory Board Meeting is on June 24th, 2015 at 6:00 PM at Denver Police District 2 Headquarters!!!

ZERO TOLERANCE – DENVER



Thursday, May 21, 2015, Officers Shurley and Officer Alba were in the 6000 block of E. 35th Avenue when they saw a gold vehicle fail to stop at a four-way stop. The officers conducted a traffic stop. Officers contacted and identified each occupant, and learned that the front seat passenger has a prior for possession of a firearm by a juvenile. The driver consented to a search of the vehicle, and officers recovered a stolen, loaded pistol at the feet of the passenger’s seat. Officers also found a red ski mask and bandana in the same area. The front seat passenger and now suspect, a 17 year-old juvenile male, was arrested.



To Download Flyers for North Park Hill and North East Park Hill in both English and Spanish Click the links below:

Resources for kids in North Park Hill

Resources for kids in North East Park Hill

Recursos para los niños en el norte de Park Hill
Recursos para los niños en Nordeste Park Hill


 



Safe Summer Safe Denver Website
 In an effort to share communication and align coordination between multiple stakeholders, I have generated a form that connects key sectors and point people, an agency resource list of youth services in Northeast Denver, as well as a calendar of events with various activities. The links and information can be accessed at www.safesummerdenver.com
Please inform me of any additions, corrections, or other ways the website can be made more useful. 
 

Park Hill Reunion, Michael Jackson Tribute and Old School 4th of July Celebration
 
We will continue to build on the success of last year's community activities in Holly Square with several festivals and family friendly events. It is our way of utilizing the neighborhood and promoting collaboration. The event is Saturday, July 4.  If you are interested in being on the planning committee or sharing resources, let me know. 
 
Fridays 6pm
 
Every Friday from 6-9 pm brother jeff's Cultural Center is open for young people ages 12-17 years old. We alternate between young men and young women. This Friday, May 22, Bring the Young Men. There will be movies, video games, chess and free food. The address is 2836 Welton Street, Denver 80205.
 
Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC)
The INC monthly meeting will be held Tuesday, May 26 at 6:00 pm at your Dist. 2 Police Station, 3921 Holly, Denver 80207. I will be one of several presenters that will give updates and strategies for reducing Northeast Denver violence. For more information contact Merce Lea at publicsafety@incdenver.org 
 
 
Employment Opportunities

Vicker's Boys and Girls Club is looking for a Tech Specialist and a Teen Center Specialist. Contact Jason Torrez at jasont@bgcmd.org 
Pauline Robinson Branch Library is looking for a Circulation/Security Clerk at the library. Contact Leslie Williams: lwilliams@denverlibrary.org   
I can be reached at brotherjeff1@earthlink.net or call 303.297.0823. Thank you for your continued great work. 
 
 


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Sunday is the Deadline to Protest Your Property Taxes Online if You Wish!!!

http://www.denvergov.org/Assessor/ProtestingYourPropertyValue/tabid/378144/Default.aspx
 

Real property notices of value for 2015 were mailed to property owners on or before May 1 and included the assigned value and classification of the property as of June 30, 2014 per statutory guidelines. The value and classification will be used to calculate the property taxes payable in 2016. Property owners who believe the value and/or classification are not accurate have the right to protest.

Protesting your property value for 2015 tax year

Current options for protesting your property value:

2015 Tax Year - If you disagree with the valuation and/or classification of your property, you have the right to protest. The deadline to file is June 1, 2015. 

You may file online by following these steps:

  1. Use the Search Property Records to find your property.

  2. After you have captured your property information, click the Assessment Protest tab in the middle of the page.

  3. Follow the instructions that appear to complete the protest process.

Or you may also fill out the 2015 Protest Form and mail to:

Assessment Division - Real Property Protest
201 W Colfax Ave. #406
Denver, CO 80202

 

 

 

 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Permitting software upgrade
Denver will implement new permitting software June 4-8, 2015. Here's what you need to know.
 

Why is Denver implementing new permitting software?
Accela is a software system used by municipalities across the United States to automate permitting processes. This system will streamline Denver's permitting process behind the scenes, while improving the level of customer service we provide to the public. It will link more than 200 record types and active permits -- making many processes that are still done on paper electronic. The system will also improve project tracking, measuring and monitoring, while opening doors for more information to be made available online.

The city's current permitting system is slow, buggy and cannot meet current permitting demand. Without upgrading, productivity would eventually grind to a halt as the old system could no longer be maintained.
Plan Ahead!
Permit Counter will be Closed Friday, June 5
To prepare for launch of the new software, Denver's Development Services permit counter will be CLOSED on FRIDAY, JUNE 5.
 
On Thursday, June 4 beginning at noon, no permits will be issued. Staff will be available Thursday afternoon for consultation and plan log-in.

The permit counter will open at the normal time on Monday, June 8. Customers may experience longer wait times the week of June 8 as our teams become accustomed to using the new system.
 
Thank you for your patience and for working with us to create a better Denver.

 

How will the upgrade affect customers in the short term?
Permit counter customers may experience longer wait times in the first days and weeks after the target launch date -- June 8. Most business process changes associated with the new system will be invisible to customers. In the rare cases where minor business processes changes apply, additional customer guidance will be provided.

How will the upgrade affect customers in the long term?
This step to replace an old, dying software system is laying the groundwork for better, faster, more efficient city services and public-facing features.
  • When fully implemented later in 2016, customers will be able to:
    • Check their permit status online
    • Get faster, more efficient inspections from inspectors carrying synced mobile devices 
  • It will expand opportunities down the road for further offerings, like:
    • Permit data available online
    • Electronic permitting
    • Scheduling inspections online
    • Renewing licenses online
    • Online payment
Why do this in the midst of the largest permit volumes in years?
It's precisely because of the peaking permit volumes that we need to upgrade the technology we use to serve customers. We don't want to continue to patch up an old system that gets slower, more buggy and more obsolete every day. We need greater capabilities to meet our customers' needs for more efficient service and more online options. This will accommodate rising volumes and set us up for future success. Given the volume of construction and development going on in Denver right now, there's really no good time to make the switch, so we're ripping off the Band-Aid now.

What about those customers who have already experienced volume-related delays?
We understand that some of our customers have experienced delays lately. We know they're concerned, and so are we. And that's why we've devoted so much effort to this project, to streamline permitting behind the scenes, to improve customer service and to expand our capabilities down the road. It's short-term pain for long-term gain.

What city services are included in this upgrade?
The spring 2015 upgrade affects the following services:
 
  • Right-of-way land use: encroachments, relinquishments, vacations, dedications, utilities
  • Transportation Engineering plan review
  • Sewer use and drainage (SUDP)
  • Storm and sanitary plan review
  • Street occupancy permits
  • Sewer cutoffs and repairs
  • Address assignment
  • Floodplain
  • Capital improvement projects
  • Survey
  • Erosion control
  • Building permits
  • Fire permits 
  • Zoning permits
  • Landmark preservation approvals
  • Site development plan review
  • Contractor licensing
  • Cashiering
How can customers learn more?
Information will be posted at the Development Services website. You can also follow us on Twitter at @DenverCPD and @DenPublicWorks. Permit customers will also see signage at the permit counter prior to launch. 
 
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Citizen Oversight Board Public Forum 6.4.15
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Join us for a presentation and discussion of the recently released report on the Denver Sheriff Department Review with Michael Gennaco of OIR Group.  Public comment will follow.
 
  

Thursday, June 4, 2015
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Denver, CO  80210
 
 
 
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NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE-MAKING
PERTAINING TO THE ADMINISTRATION OF A BICYCLE PARKING PROGRAM BY THE CITY TRAFFIC ENGINEER
Departments of Public Works
City and County of Denver 
The Manager of Public Works, City and County of Denver, propose to adopt revised General Contract Conditions.  The proposed rules are adopted under parts 3 and 11 of article II of the Charter of the City and County of Denver, and sections 54-43(b)(6) and (8) of the Denver Revised Municipal Code.
 
A public hearing will be held on Friday, June 12th, at 11:30 A.M. in Room 1.B.6 (Clerk & Recorder’s Office) of the Webb Building, 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Denver, Colorado, for the purpose of receiving comments on the proposed rules. The full text of the proposed General Contract Conditions is on file for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office, Dept. 101, Webb Building, 201 West Colfax Avenue. The full text of the proposed rules will also be available online at www.denvergov.org/dpw.
Written comments on the proposed rules may be submitted to the Managers of Public Works, in care of Robert Ferrin, Parking Operations, Department of Public Works, 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept. 508, Denver, Colorado 80202, or by email to bikeparking@denvergov.org.  Written comments must be received no later than 4:00 P.M, June 11th, 2015.
 
Anyone who wishes to present oral or written comments at the public rule-making hearing must give notice in writing addressed to Robert Ferrin, Parking Operations, Department of Public Works, 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Dept. 508, Denver, Colorado 80202. Notices must be received no later than 4:00 P.M, June 11th, 2015.
 
 
 
Thank you -
 
 

cid:image001.png@01D097A0.4AC943D0 Parking Operations
Denver Public Works | City and County of Denver
201 West Colfax Avenue, Dept. 508  Denver, CO  80202
bikeparking@denvergov.org | www.denvergov.org/bikeparking
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Nancy Kuhn
720-865-8720
Nancy.Kuhn@denvergov.org
 
Heather Burke
720-865-2578
Heather.Burke@denvergov.org
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                      Tuesday, May 26, 2015
 
 
Denver becomes a BikeLife City!
 
DENVER, CO — A publication dedicated to all things “bike” has arrived in the Mile High City!  The first edition of BikeLife Denver is hot off the presses. It will be available at several locations over the next few weeks and is on-line now at www.bikelifecities.com/denver.  
 
The new BikeLife Denver publication is a partnership between Denver Public Works and BikeLife Cities to share information about bicycling on Denver streets and trails. City staffers, partner organizations and Denver residents are contributing articles to the magazine as well as tidbits to increase education around cycling in Denver.
 
The 2015 spring issue of BikeLife Denver includes a pull-out bike map, as well as features on:
·         Local folks who like to travel on two wheels
·         What’s new to Denver’s streets
·         Getting ready for Bike to Work Day
·         The business of bicycling in Denver
·         How to fix a flat tire, and
·         Updates in and around the South Platte River trail
 
You can also enter the BikeLife Sweepstakes at http://bikelifecities.com/sweepstakes15/ to win a bike or other cool prizes.
 
Copies of BikeLife Denver can be found at bike shops around town as well as City and County of Denver recreation centers and the Central Library downtown.  You can also pick up an issue at the Denver Public Works Breakfast Station at Civic Center Park on Bike to Work Day!
 
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                                   Heather Burke
720-865-2578
Heather.Burke@denvergov.org
 
Nancy Kuhn
720-865-8720
Nancy.Kuhn@denvergov.org
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                  May 29, 2015
 
TRAFFIC ADVISORY FROM DENVER PUBLIC WORKS
Construction to Result in Lane/Road Closures This Weekend
Drivers Should Expect Delays and Detours
 
DENVER, CO ­— The weather is finally getting better, so as people are getting out and about this weekend, they also need to be aware of a few different projects around Denver that will impact the following roads:
 
·         Starting Saturday morning at 5:00am and lasting until 5:00pm Sunday, South Platte River Drive will be FULLY CLOSED to traffic from Florida to Evans Avenue as crews work on road improvements in this area. Detour signs redirecting traffic around the work zone will be in place during the road closure.
 
·         Starting Saturday from 7:00am – 10:00pm and again Sunday from 7:00am – 10:00pm, several lane closures are planned for 15th Street from Cleveland to California Streets as private, contracted crews work in the area. Access to 15th Street from Colfax Ave will also be restricted on Saturday and Sunday. Detour signs redirecting traffic around the work zone will be in place.
 
·         Crews will fully close U.S. 6 between Federal Boulevard and Sheridan Boulevard from 10 p.m. Saturday to 7 a.m. Sunday to accommodate construction of a new pedestrian bridge over U.S. 6, connecting Barnum Park North to Barnum Park South.  This closure was originally scheduled for Friday night into Saturday.  This work is part of CDOT’s U.S. 6 Bridges project.
 
Drivers should expect delays with each of these projects. Alternate access points will be maintained to adjacent businesses The public’s patience and cooperation during construction is greatly appreciated. All work is weather dependent and subject to change. 
 
 
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Colorado Department of Transportation

US 6 Bridges Design Build Project Newsletter for May 2015

The US 6 Sense project newsletter for May 2015 is now available on the project website. Click here to view.

 
 
 
 
On the Commons
 
Green Dream
 
 
Green Dream
 
Save the planet by unleashing our imaginations, recommends Jay Walljasper
 
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New Economics for a New Era of History
 
New Economics for a New Era of History
 
Humans are now the dominant geological force on the planet, explains Peter Barnes
 
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Better Not More, Is New Rallying Cry
 
Better Not More, Is New Rallying Cry
 
Filmmaker Annie Leonard outlines the necessity for a new economics movement
 
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America’s Best Loved Politician?
 
America’s Best Loved Politician?
 
Mayor Joe Riley of Charleston, SC
 
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Labor Troubadour Sings for a Greener World
 
Labor Troubadour Sings for a Greener World
 
Former AFL-CIO official Joe Uehlein fights climate change
 
Read More
 
 
Take a Walk on the Jane Side
 
Take a Walk on the Jane Side
 
Celebrate spring by exploring your neighborhood in the footsteps of Jane Jacobs
 
Read More
 
Little City on the Prairie Steps It Up
 
Little City on the Prairie Steps It Up
 
Healthy habits rejuvenate life in Albert Lea, MN
 
Read More
 
 

Our primary responsibility is to be a good ancestor.

—Atossa Soltani, director of Amazon Watch

“The commons are like a complicated jazz improvisation in which musicians complement and surprise each other so that their riffs flow together into a harmony that is larger than the individual.”

—Herb Reid & Betsy Taylor, authors of Recovering the Commons: Democracy, Place and Global Justice

 
  City and County of Denver
Technology Services
Denver Media Services
 
Alan DeLollis, Products & Services Mgr.
O. 720.865.2308
alan.delollis@denvergov.org
 
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Spotlight Shines on Denver 8 TV
City Programs Earn 5 Regional Emmy Nominations
 
 
DENVER, CO ­— May 29, 2015 — The Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences last night announced Denver 8 TV programming received five nominations in their annual awards competition.  The City-produced programs “Dtown” and “Denver Loft Sessions”, earned five nominations in four different award categories.
 
Included in the Heartland Emmy Award nominations is recognition for both programs as well as two individual award-nominations. For the Dtown show, host Rachael West is nominated in the Talent category, and Denver Loft Sessions director, Bill MacAllister, is nominated for Lighting.
 
Each month the program Dtown showcases 8 great things to see and do in Denver. Host Rachael West brings viewers along for the fun with behind-the-scenes experiences at our leading attractions and little known gems.
 
Denver Loft Sessions highlights the city’s burgeoning music scene bringing in local talent
to perform in an intimate studio setting.  Every two weeks a new show premieres on
Denver 8 TV and similar channels in Colorado and the metro area.
 
The Heartland Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences includes all Denver’s well know broadcasters, as well as network affiliates in a five-state region.
 
The awards will be announced on July 18th at the Emmy gala in Denver at the Seawell Grand Ballroom at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
 
The nominees are:
Dtown, 8 Great Ways to Get Around Denver, Magazine Program/Series
Dtown, 8 Great Denver Museums (Including Smaller, Lesser-Known Gems),
      Magazine Program/Series
Denver Loft Sessions, SuCh - Arts/Entertainment Program/Series
Rachael West, Dtown, Talent
Bill MacAllister, Denver Loft Sessions, Eldren, Lighting
 
See the nominated programs:
 
Dtown, 8 Great Ways to Get Around Denver, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaLB1FXqsZg
 
Dtown, 8 Great Denver Museums (Including Smaller, Lesser-Known Gems)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBhlCWO_wOQ
 
Denver Loft Sessions, SuCh
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ft6ONUIoDdM&index=25&list=PLRNWh80X1hANJ6JO56gb-F60wpmAy0A_z
                                                
Denver Loft Sessions, Eldren
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fppW-GnDlw4&list=PLRNWh80X1hANJ6JO56gb-F60wpmAy0A_z&index=31
 
 
http://emmyawards.tv/
http://emmyawards.tv/files/2012/12/2015_Nominees_Final.pdf
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  Alan DeLollis | Products & Services Manager
Denver Media Services | City and County of Denver
720.865.2308 Phone | 303.513.5681 Cell
Alan.DeLollis@denvergov.org

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Yard Sale Weekend is Here!
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Lowry's Community Yard Sale

This Weekend!

Lowry’s Community Yard Sale is this Saturday, May 30th and Sunday, May 31st from 8A to 2P, rain or shine (current weather forecast calls for sunny and mild both days!)

Registered homes are included in the map and printable list, below, but you do not need to have registered to participate.  Only about half of the homes in the sale register to be included in the on-line map.

To view the on-line Lowry Yard Sale map, click here.

To download the printable 2015 Lowry Yard Sale List, click here.

Electronics Recycling is Saturday May 30th  9-11A only at Hangar 2, for details  click here

The 2015 Lowry Yard Sale is being advertised in the Denver Post (Thurs, Fri, Sat), on Craigslist, on our website www.lowrydenver.com,  via banners around the perimeter of the neighborhood and via signs placed around the perimeter of the neighborhood.  Many thanks to the volunteers who signed up – some year after year – to post signs directing yard salers into the neighborhood!  

&

Now Open: Maui Wowi at Hangar 2
Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs: The UnJob Fair May 30th.
Next Week: Lowry Wine Walk  and Concert
 
Copyright © *2015 Lowry, All rights reserved.

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

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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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The Greater Park Hill Community and your local Cherry Creek Properties real estate agents invite you to participate in the 3rd Annual Park Hill Community Yard Sale

Saturday, May 30th, 2015
8:00am - 1:00pm

 

Please visit the links on this page to register your home for the sale, find maps of participating homes, learn how to donate unsold items, meet our sponsors, learn some useful tips and find answers to all of your questions. 


http://www.gphcyardsale.com/
 

 


The Colfax Mayfair Business Improvement District has launched a streetscape design project to make the area more attractive and easier to get around.

The district is Colfax Avenue from Eudora Street to Monaco Parkway, plus the Mayfair Town Center from Colfax to 14th, Kearney to Leyden.

The "streetscape" includes sidewalks, medians and possible crosswalks. This project does not involve paving or utility work on Colfax Avenue.


http://colfaxmayfairbid.com/streetscape-improvement-project/

What is Streetscaping?

Streetscape is a term “that refers to is used to describe the natural and built fabric of the street, and defined as the design quality of the street and its visual effect.” The concept recognizes that a street is a public place where people are able to engage in various activities. Streetscapes and their visual experience largely influences public places where people interact, and it ultimately helps define a community’s aesthetic quality, economic activity, health, and sustainability.

 

Illustration of Streetscape Design

 

A successful streetscape has multiple aspects. Because all roads have multiple users and serve many functions, each streetscape design must be context-sensitive. Transportation systems must consider the context or physical setting and use design approaches and materials that are consistent with local conditions. A streetscape needs to have boundaries to ensure safe travel for all roadway users. Signs, curbs, fences and landscaping can effectively create an inclusive, yet safe environment that provides a sense of physical comfort for diverse users and activities. The aesthetic appeal elements of beautification initiatives, attractive lighting, street furniture, clean streets, and outdoor dining contribute to a town’s sense of place. Amenities should be designed to get people out of their cars to socialize, interact with their environment, and discover other mobility options.

Thank you, in advance, for spending less than 10 minutes on less than 20 questions! Your answers will be used in the planning process for the streetscape design.

http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07eb08wm6mi9n6a95r/start

Updates from the Northeast Community Co-op Market
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Join us on June 3rd

Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, June 3rd, at 6:30pm
Quince Essential Coffee
1447 Quince St, Denver 80220

Agenda forthcoming, the board expects to talk about financials, fundraising, site selection updates, future events, and plans for the forthcoming annual meeting and process for board elections. As an added bonus, the board will be meeting during the official grand opening of Quince Essential Coffee near the corner of Quince St. and Colfax Ave. Come find out about the latest about the food co-op and come support your new neighborhood coffee shop!

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Consider the Co-op Rocked!

Over 2,000 folks from all over metro Denver endured scattered showers on May 17th in order to rock the food co-op.  We signed 18 new members, earned some cash at the beer gardens, and most importantly, we gathered our community together to celebrate local food.  Stay tuned for more fun events this summer!  In the meantime, check our event photos here and also the fantastic photos at From the Hip's photobooth here and here.
 
 

Site Selection Update

 

It would be amazing if we could announce a site today, but there is so much work behind the scenes that still needs to happen.  As of today, we have two very promising sites under consideration along the Montview corridor, plus a few other possibilities that may emerge.  We hope to make an announcement by the end of summer, but we want to make sure we do our due diligence to ensure the success of your community-owned grocery store.  In the meantime, we appreciate your continued support and enthusiasm for NCCM!

Help us recruit your friends and neighbors to join NCCM today!

Did you know if the 675 members among us recruited just 2 members each we’d have more than enough members to open our store?  Below is a letter that explains what NCCM is all about.  It’s written for you, all you need to do is forward it to a few like-minded friends.  Post it on your FB Feed, print it for your neighbors, send it via email...just share it!  
Open the Letter
 

Save the Date!

 

Local Food Tasting Gala and Silent Auction

Sat., Sept 12, 2015
Hangar 61
8700 E. 21st Ave.
Details TBA
 

Other Upcoming Events


Blues, Brews & Brats
Friday, May 29th
Bluff Lake Nature Center
3400 Havana Way
6:00pm - 9:00pm

NCCM Picnic Night in Park Hill
Thursday, June 18th
City of Axum Park
MLK Blvd @ Cherry St.
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Aurora Arts Festival
Sat., June 27th
Fletcher Plaza
9898 E. Colfax Ave
10:00am - 8:00pm
 

Investment Opportunities?

The co-op will be offering fantastic investment opportunities.  Contact Thomas Spahr at tspahr@gmail.com or 720-989-1065 if you interested in learning how you can invest in your community.
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