May 2015

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Forest City Begins Leasing 26th Ave Park Area to Denver Waste Management

Forest City Begins Leasing 26th Ave Park Area to Denver Waste Management

The 26th Ave. Park remains unfinished, so Forest City decided to partner with Denver Waste Management for temporary use of the area. “We have been in discussions with Denver Waste Management for about six months now,” said Forest City spokesperson Janelle Ayers. “We feel this will be a strong relationship for both parties, and we […]

Stapleton’s “Dad Bods” Excited for Pool Season

Stapleton’s “Dad Bods” Excited for Pool Season

Overall, Stapleton is a pretty fit community, with running clubs and trails, several CrossFit organizations, a rec center, Orange Theory, among several other ways for residents to keep in shape. Traditionally, the Stapleton women are the ones who turn heads at the pool, but this year might be a different story with the emergence of […]

Rest of Stapleton:  “We Should Have Moved to Conservatory Green When We Had the Chance”

Rest of Stapleton: “We Should Have Moved to Conservatory Green When We Had the Chance”

If you haven’t been over to the Conservatory Green Neighborhood in Stapleton, it’s really coming together nicely. What originally looked like a hastily thrown together instant neighborhood now appears to be a well-thought out plan, complete with all the perks. Conservatory Green comes with its own Green (Conservatory Green Plaza), easy access to Target, and […]

Middle School Admission Priorities Escalate Tensions Between Stapleton and Park Hill

Middle School Admission Priorities Escalate Tensions Between Stapleton and Park Hill

Amid concern that tensions over McAuliffe International School admission priorities could escalate into a wider conflict, Park Hill community leaders insisted Monday that their neighborhood’s uranium enrichment program is for peaceful purposes only. “We are not building a nuclear bomb,” said Jon Mason, president of the Greater Park Hill Community Association. “We just want an […]

Eastbridge Resident Changes Mind on Soopers After Needing Stick of Butter at 8PM

Eastbridge Resident Changes Mind on Soopers After Needing Stick of Butter at 8PM

Eastbridge resident Keith Beatty has long been on the side of those who do not want another King Soopers in the Eastbridge Town Center. He has put signs in his yard, attended meetings, and joined Facebook groups opposing the potential move of King Soopers to the Eastbridge neighborhood. “I have been hoping for an alternative […]

Garage Sale:  Fax Machine Sold to 1980’s Time Traveler for $2

Garage Sale: Fax Machine Sold to 1980’s Time Traveler for $2

Scott Morgan knew his time traveling invention would forever change the course of his life, and possibly the course of humanity. “This was something I had been working on for over twenty years,” said the 45 year old Morgan, a physics major from Stanford. “To finally see things come together, is just incredible to me. […]

MCA Moves Opening Day Pool Party Indoors to Rec Center

MCA Moves Opening Day Pool Party Indoors to Rec Center

It appears the frustrating, rainy and cold weather won’t be ending by Memorial Day weekend, the time when the Stapleton MCA officially opens the pools. “It has been a pretty tough spring for people who try to enjoy the outdoors in Colorado,” says MCA President Liza Kampstra. “It has snowed or rained almost every day […]