Issue 61

Forest City on Affordable Housing:  “You Were Serious About That?”

Forest City on Affordable Housing: “You Were Serious About That?”

Forest City has long been criticized for not following through on its’ affordable housing plan laid out in the green book. At this time, they are only at half the percentage of affordable homes originally promised. “We will get there,” said Forest City President Phil Dargossi. “You have to understand, we have only had ten […]

North Eastbridge Changing Name to Prison View Estates

North Eastbridge Changing Name to Prison View Estates

Forest City is changing the name of the Eastbridge area north of MLK to Prison View Estates. “We think it classes up the area to have “Estates” in the name,” said Forest City Spokesperson Janelle Ayers. “It makes the residents sound more important than residents in other parts Stapleton.”

Forest City Actually Getting “Serious Response” from Grocer Considering Eastbridge

Forest City Actually Getting “Serious Response” from Grocer Considering Eastbridge

Residents in Eastbridge were long ago promised a grocery store in the nearby town center, but most residents have all but given up that hope. “We were told it was going to be completed five years ago,” says Eastbridge resident Steve May. “We would hear some rumors about one thing or another, but knew that […]

Innovative Dads Create Ways to Manage Family and Beer Festival

Innovative Dads Create Ways to Manage Family and Beer Festival

The Stapleton Beer Festival is expected to be bigger again this year, and Stapleton dad’s are preparing for the festivities. “It is a great event,” says Stapleton dad Scott Carman. “It’s local, so I am not far, and I get to try lots of beers. The truth is, I don’t care a ton about what […]

Isabella Bird Already WAY too Serious to be Elementary School

Isabella Bird Already WAY too Serious to be Elementary School

The new elementary school in Stapleton, Isabella Bird, plans to be a tremendous school for mathematics, reading, and science, but also plans to be much more than that. “We want to be a leader in technology, world languages, arts, and even discuss social justice as well as environmental sustainability,” said new Principal Sue Ackerman. “We […]

Park Hill Home Sellers:  “We’re Really Close to Stapleton”

Park Hill Home Sellers: “We’re Really Close to Stapleton”

Several Park Hill residents are leaving Park Hill and heading to Stapleton. “We fought it for a long time,” said Park Hill resident Sunny Hansen. “But finally, there was just too much we were missing out on in Stapleton, so we are making the move.” With the new construction in Stapleton, most Park Hill buyers […]

Sam Gary Library Featured Kindle Reading by Mayor Hancock

Sam Gary Library Featured Kindle Reading by Mayor Hancock

To celebrate the Sam Gary Library’s one year anniversary, the Library had Mayor Hancock on hand to do a reading of Inferno by Dan Brown from his Amazon Kindle. Those attending the event thought it was a great way to celebrate the anniversary of Stapleton’s library. “It is always great to see the mayor taking […]