National Western Stock Show
The Denver City Council is asking Mayor Michael Hancock to pull out of a plan to help the National Western Stock Show move out of Denver.
New shots are fired in the proposed move of the National Western Stock Show. Denver city leaders are lining up, preparing to block a plan to move the event to Aurora.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock credited citizens and city workers for helping him shape what he calls an “aggressive first 100 days in office agenda.”
If the National Western Stock Show moves to Aurora it will cost the city of Denver tens of millions of dollars every year, according to a study presented to the city council Wednesday afternoon.
The National Western Stock Show is starting to make its case for a new home.
Temple Grandin, an autistic educator who was featured in an HBO documentary, will have a scholarship established in her name at Colorado State University.
The Aurora City Council Tuesday night unanimously approved a “blight” declaration for the land where Gaylord Enterprises plans to build an $800 million hotel complex.
Aurora is going ahead with plans to declare a new development blighted to help build a huge hotel and stock-show facility in Aurora
Members of an ad hoc city committee looking at the potential relocation of the National Western Stock Show out of Denver pressed event officials during their first meeting Tuesday to prove that such a move will help the show’s finances and that they’ve examined other locations within the city.
Organizers of the National Western Stock Show officially want to leave Denver and move to a new location in Aurora.