Denver City Council
Members of the Denver City Council are seeking to block new recreational marijuana businesses until 2016.
The Denver City Council is considering charging businesses that use city parks for workout classes.
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.
The Denver City Council will move forward on recreational marijuana. That was the result of an informal straw poll taken Monday.
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.
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.
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.
The Denver City Council on Monday night approved a $695,000 settlement with the family of an inmate who committed suicide.
A Denver City Council committee will consider the historic status of the old Gates Rubber plant, which Gates Corp. wants to tear down to remove environmental contamination and speed future development.
The Denver City Council has given final approval to a ban on some kinds of medical marijuana advertising.