The Colorado Department of Transportation is moving forward with a $1 billion project designed to revitalize several neighborhoods along the Interstate 70 corridor.
Some religious leaders are now petitioning against a proposed Interstate 70 widening project.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and city council members say they support the Colorado Department of Transportation’s alternative proposal on a plan to revamp the Interstate 70 corridor through North Denver.
The city of Denver had earlier seized the properties and their contents from marijuana businesses that were raided by federal agents in late April. Now the state has taken over control.
Homeowners are giving the Colorado Department of Transportation an earful because they don’t like a proposal to widen a busy stretch of Interstate 70 through North Denver and bury part of it underground.
Xcel Energy Inc. is providing $447,000 for environmental projects in north Denver to resolve a lawsuit alleging clean air violations.
The I-70 viaduct between Brighton and Colorado boulevards has divided two Denver neighborhoods for decades. People living along that stretch of I-70 are now getting their first look at a plan to move the highway underground.