DENVER (CBS4)– The City of Denver is allocating money to help the Globeville and Elyria-Swansea neighborhoods as it moves forward with the plan to redevelop the National Western Complex. The redevelopment project is the centerpiece of a large bond proposal on November’s ballot.
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On Monday, the Denver City Council approved $400,000 so that those communities can hire professional advisors to look after their interests during the process.