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News Letter November 2017

Wayne News Nov Letter Read about the

    News Letter November 2017
    Wayne News Nov Letter Read about the East Central Planning Initiative Survey The East Central Neighborhood Planning Initiative continues to make progress in discussing future improvements for six neighborhoods (Capitol Hill, Cheeseman Park, Congress Park, City Park, West City Park, and North Capitol Hill) and Colfax Avenue from Broadway to Colorado Boulevard.
    http://www.congressparkneighbors.org

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Denver Decides 2017

Now that your ballots have arrived , please take a minute to review these videos so that you can make an informed choice. Contained here are brief analysis of the Go-Bond initiatives, Green Roof Initiative and a forum of  District 3 school board candidate and the At-Large Candidates for school board. Each video is about 30 minutes.

    Denver Decides 2017
    These videos were created by Denver Channel 8 and were sponsored by The League of Women Voters and Inter-neighborhood Cooperation. DPS District 3 candidates Mike Johnson and Dr. Carrie Olson 29 total views, 29 views today
    http://www.congressparkneighbors.org

Oct 19

RE: Water Main Replacements on Colorado Boulevard, Montview Boulevard, East 17th Avenue

I wanted to update you on our water main project along Colorado Boulevard, Montview Boulevard and East 17th Avenue. The city has approved our permit and we have started moving equipment into the area of Colorado Boulevard and Colfax Avenue to start our work on Phase 1 of the project. For the next two months we will be moving north on Colorado Blvd. from Colfax Ave. to E 17th Ave. A map with our phases and timetable is attached.

    RE: Water Main Replacements on Colorado Boulevard, Montview Boulevard, East 17th Avenue
    I wanted to update you on our water main project along Colorado Boulevard, Montview Boulevard and East 17th Avenue. The city has approved our permit and we have started moving equipment into the area of Colorado Boulevard and Colfax Avenue to start our work on Phase 1 of the project.
    http://www.congressparkneighbors.org

Oct 18

Rake Up and Recycle Your Leaves at Free Drop Sites

Twelfth Avenue, 2640 E. 12th Ave.

This article has 13 other Denver locations (Show)

Alameda Station, 417 S. Broadway

Ninth Avenue, 1030 E. 9th Ave.

On the Fax, 7100 E. Colfax Ave.

Cherry Creek, 1417 S. Holly St.

University Hills, 2500 S. Colorado Blvd.

Tamarac Square, 3333 S. Tamarac Dr.

Highlands, 3758 Osage St.

WEEKDAYS: Now through December 8 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., you can drop them at Cherry Creek Transfer Station (7301 E. Jewell Ave.) and Havana Nursery (10450 Smith Rd. (south of I-70). All leaves brought to the Havana Nursey MUST be in tied/closed and secured bags.

Cranmer Park (3rd Ave. & Clermont St.)

Bruce Randolph High School (E. 40th Ave. & Steele St.)

Veterans Park (S. Vine St. & E. Iowa Ave.)

Kennedy High School (Newland St. & Brown Pl.)

Sloan’s Lake Park (17th Ave. & Sheridan Blvd.)

    Rake Up and Recycle Your Leaves at Free Drop Sites - Mile High on the Cheap
    What do you do with all of those leaves after you've made a big pile and jumped in them a few times? Well, it's time again for Denver's Annual LeafDrop. Weekday drop off sites will be open through Friday, December 8. Leaves collected through the program will be turned into a high-quality compost and sold ...
    https://www.milehighonthecheap.com

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Garden planted for special needs kids

“What a wonderful, fabulous environment for kids in every way,” said Heidi Heissenbuttel of the half acre lot on Fillmore and 9th Avenue.

    Denver sensory garden planted to help special needs kids
    KUSA - Temperatures struggled to get above 50 in Denver on Sunday morning, but there was a group still planting. The garden they worked on looked great, but it wasn't for aesthetics at all. "What a wonderful, fabulous environment for kids in every way," said Heidi Heissenbuttel of the half acre lot on Fillmore and 9th Avenue.
    http://www.9news.com

Oct 11

Teller Back Pack Drive Has Started

Four years ago, teachers and parents at Teller Elementary School identified a need in their community and began building the Teller Backpack Friends program. Since then they have partnered with Congress Park Neighbors, Inc, Teller Elementary PTA, and Food Bank of the Rockies and grown the program to feed more than 80 people. You can help by donating to Congress Park Neighbors Teller Back Pack Pay Pal site.

    Teller Back Pack Drive Has Started
    Four years ago, teachers and parents at Teller Elementary School identified a need in their community and began building the Teller Backpack Friends program. Since then they have partnered with Congress Park Neighbors, Inc, Teller Elementary PTA, and Food Bank of the Rockies and grown the program to feed more than 80 people.
    http://www.congressparkneighbors.org

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