Issue 10

City Finally Gives MLK Jr. Blvd. Respect it Deserves

City Finally Gives MLK Jr. Blvd. Respect it Deserves

After several years of community petitions, MLK Jr. Blvd is finally being designated as a “rough road.” Denver’s MLK Jr. Blvd. is the final MLK Jr. Blvd to receive the distinction in an urban area, as every other major city had already designated their MLK Jr. Blvd.’s as “rough roads.” District police officer Andy Swarbrick […]

Pocket Park Rules Simplified

Pocket Park Rules Simplified

The old well-intentioned rules posted at Stapleton’s pocket parks have become too long, stale, outdated, and cumbersome. The Stapleton MCA has taken down the old signs and replaced them with signs that are more direct, yet explain the rules very clearly.

Out of Business Stapleton Builders to Hold Reunions with Homeowners

Three former homeowners, McStain, John Laing, and Trimark, have all planned reunions with residents currently in their homes.  Former McStain president Jeff Feierstein is hoping for a happy reunion. “We think that although there may be some bitterness, its mostly all under the bridge at this point. We probably received about 30 law suits, but […]

Woman Seen Jogging Without Bob Stroller

Woman Seen Jogging Without Bob Stroller

Colleen Lawruk and her neighbor Angi Heller were out for a jog when they encountered a site that shocked them both. “I had to do a double-take. We passed a woman jogging with a stroller that wasn’t a Bob.” Colleen and Angi discussed it the entire way home.

Forrest City’s “Never Be Specific” Policy Working Out Famously

Forrest City’s “Never Be Specific” Policy Working Out Famously

Forrest City President Phil Dargossi had a lot of foresight when it came to creating the Stapleton Community. Stapleton is already hailed as one of the greatest planned communities in the United States, which pretty much means the world. From the several quality builders that were used to create the differentiation, to the many parks, […]