cbs4

Denver City Council

City Councilwoman Jeanne Faatz (credit: CBS)

Councilwoman Questions City’s Unused Sick Day Payouts Policy

A Denver City Council member wants answers about why the city is paying millions to city workers for sick days they never used.

08/15/2013

A Denver City Councilwoman is proposing a five cent bag fee for both plastic and paper bags (credit: CBS)

Grocery Bag Fee Proposed For Denver

Customers would be charged a plastic bag fee of five cents if the Denver City Council approves a proposal designed to help the environment and cut down on waste.

08/14/2013

(credit: CBS)

Denver Considers Limits On New Pot Businesses

Members of the Denver City Council are seeking to block new recreational marijuana businesses until 2016.

08/13/2013

Chris Lindley with his boot camp in City Park (credit: CBS)

Denver Considers Charging Business That Use City Parks

The Denver City Council is considering charging businesses that use city parks for workout classes.

07/16/2013

Chris Lindley with his boot camp in City Park (credit: CBS)

Workout Groups May Have To Pay To Use City Parks

Boot camps, yoga, jogging groups– people love working out in Colorado’s city parks, but now workout groups might have to pay to break a sweat in a park.

07/13/2013

(credit: CBS)

Denver City Council Will Move Forward On Recreational Pot

The Denver City Council will move forward on recreational marijuana. That was the result of an informal straw poll taken Monday.

06/03/2013

(credit: CBS)

Denver Council Straw Poll Sends Wrong Message to Voters

The straw poll that the Denver City Council will hold on Monday to potenially move forward with recreational marijuana ignores the voice of the voters, who have already made their intentions loud and clear.

06/02/2013

Homeless people sleeping on the 16th Street Mall (credit: CBS)

Businesses Say Denver Dropped The Ball On Homeless Camping Ban

Some Denver businesses admit they’re having buyer’s remorse. They say they bought Denver City Council’s line last year when the city wanted support to keep people from sleeping on the 16th Street Mall.

05/15/2013

Denver Police Chief Richard White at a city council meeting. (credit: CBS)

Denver Considers Whether To Opt In Or Out Of Amendment 64

Some members of the city council argue that while the majority of Denver voters said yes to the amendment, it was in an effort to decriminilize small amounts. Their intentions may not have been to have a marijuana store in their neighborhood.

02/12/2013

(credit: ThinkStock)

Denver City Council Approves $695,000 Settlement Over Inmate Death

The Denver City Council on Monday night approved a $695,000 settlement with the family of an inmate who committed suicide.

09/17/2012

more

previous