Finally, some sensible thinking when it comes to one of the city’s area plans: Take a pause.

Let’s face it: The growing number of “area plans” being developed by Denver’s Community Planning and Development are now doing everything virtually. If you join a virtual meeting, well, it’s just not the same as a real meeting. But, of course, who wants to be squeezed into an auditorium or gymnasium until the virus has …

The 16th Street Mall buses are back in business, but with big changes still coming in the future of the Mall.

Just like a vampire eventually emerges in the dark, Denver has been working on the reconstruction of the 16th Street Mall. It’s been so quiet, but at last week’s meeting of the Finance and Governance Committee of Denver’s City Council, the Mall is back in the light. At this meeting, the committee needed to vote …

Denver’s auditor wants more transparency for open records. That sounds good. 

Besides, it’s good for those of us who live in the city.  This week, Denver’s auditor has criticized the Denver city administration about its lack of transparency concerning open records. Just about every reporter at some point has filed a request for records, including electronic information. And just about every governmental entity knows it can …

Our current environment is already making people anxious. The scammers love it even more.

We’ve all seen strange ads as we read stories online or on social media, and wonder if they are really what they are. Quite often scams arrive over the phone during the period in which we are dealing with our annual tax filings. The deadline to file your tax returns has been extended in this …

Haven’t we been waiting for something like this?

“The Denver Business Journal has filed a public-records lawsuit against Denver International Airport to reveal the members of an independent panel that recommended DIA CEO Kim Day should hire Great Hall Partners for a $1.8 billion renovation project.” That’s the beginning of the story in today’s Journal, and the lawsuit was filed yesterday. The suit …

Wait a week, OK?

There I was ready to stock up on snacks to watch tonight’s Denver City Council meeting, when I supposed the members of council would address the mayor’s veto of repealing the ban on pit bulls in Denver. But no: Instead, the Denver City Council will take on this issue next Monday, February 24. I’m sure …