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March 2015 • Online Edition
 

PROFILE ONLINE: Check out our flipbook

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LETTERS:
New garage
stirs debate
on S. Pearl

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BUSINESS: 
Chowder Room
brings tasty
seafood to
S. Broadway

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PEOPLE:
Barela drives
change on
Santa Fe Dr.
and beyond

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READER'S PEN: 
Farming and 
the overuse
of precious
resources

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REP VIEW: 
Your vote 
counts in City 
Council Election

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Front Page News



CATCH SOME GREAT INSPIRATION IN OUR KIDS & CAMPS SUMMER 2015 SUPPLEMENT,
overflowing with fun opportunities for the kids this summer. These kids are netting a little education to go with their wildlife finds in the City Ditch flowing through Washington Park, during a SPREE camp for kids in 2014. Photo courtesy Greenway Foundation.

 
What Districts 6/7 Council Candidates Want You To Know

By Jessica Hamilton

Election time is fast approaching for Denver residents, who have the chance this year to elect many new representatives, including Mayor. Other positions up for grabs are City Auditor, Clerk & Recorder and 13 members of Denver City Council. Ballots will be sent out to voters the week of April 13 and the 24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Boxes, located throughout the city, will open on April 15. You can cast an in-person ballot at any Voter Service and Polling Center from April 27 through Election Day, May 5.

District boundaries have been redrawn to ensure an equal number of residents in each district, so many voters will be in new districts this year. To see which district you’re in, be sure to visit here for the new district map.

We continue our election coverage this month with candidates from City Council Districts 6 and 7.

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Short-Term Rental Controversy Comes To Denver

by Jill Farschman

No one wants to live next door to “Animal House.” When you live in a neighborhood, the hope is that those around you will prove to be, well, neighborly.

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Avian Life in Metro Denver Parks

 

A HAPPY DUCK AND A PANICKED PELICAN, AVIAN LIFE in Metro Denver Parks, an exhibit by respected Denver photographer John Schoenwalter opens with an artist reception at Ford Warren branch library, 2825 High St., Sat., March 21, 9a.m.-noon. Mainly taken during the summer of 2014 in City Park, Washington Park, Sloans Lake and Belmar, Schoenwalter has also added some earlier images of birds, including one of a young child looking through a window at a young bird who stands flapping its wings, appearing to look at the child.