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  1. Council paves way for 12-story condo tower at Sloan's LakeRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | North Denver Tribune

    SLOAN'S LAKE -The Denver City Council, following a marathon public hearing, on Tuesday night, February 17, unanimously approved rezoning that will allow a 12-story condominium tower to be built across from Sloan's Lake. The decision paves the way for Denver-based NAVA Real Estate Development to build the 226-unit, energy-efficient, sustainable and "healthy" building on a 2.2-acre site at West 17th Avenue and Stuart Street.

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  2. Feeding Denver, one garden at a timeRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | North Denver Tribune

    Sunnyside- A million farms in the Denver area: That's the goal of Feed Denver Urban Farms and Markets, a model and education center for urban farmers and would-be urban farmers. Feed Denver's mission is growing farmers to develop and work profitable farms, said Executive Director Lisa Rogers, a resident of West Highland.

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  3. Little Man Ice Cream at Fat Jack's SupersubsRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | North Denver Tribune

    Fat Jack's Supersubs will soon serve as a one-stop shop for lovers of both sub sandwiches and Salted Oreo ice cream. The sandwich chain will begin selling pints of Little Man Ice Cream's most popular flavors, including Space Junkie, 16th Street Chocolate and Salted Oreo, starting March 3rd at all five of its Denver locations.

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  4. Reflections on HomelessnessRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | North Denver Tribune

    When Denver talks about homelessness, the conversation often focuses on downtown, where homeless individuals are sometimes more visible on the 16th Street Mall, or queuing for overnight shelter along Park Avenue. An estimated 3,200 individuals across Denver do not have a reliable place to call home, with around 400 living on our streets.

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  5. Lake Middle School SurveyRead the original story

    Feb 18, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    North Denver community members have released a survey to the community to understand the needs and desires of families for Lake International School. Survey questions explore what middle school would be first choice next year and why, and what qualities would motivate Lake as a first choice? While the survey is focused on the next wave of elementary students, it is equally valid for Middle School families to weigh in on.

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  6. The NW Survey saysRead the original story

    Feb 4, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    The community is buzzing with opinions galore as two surveys have been taken to garner feedback about our neighborhoods. The Highland United Neighbors Inc. and City Council contender, Rafael Espinoza, have been asking for the community to weigh in.

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  7. 2785 Speer honored for differenceRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Something different happened at the Jefferson Park United Neighborhood meeting on January 13. A developer, Lauren Brockman, of Allied Orion Holding was honored for the difference that they are making in the community. As Principal, Brockman has developed the two latest rental buildings at the gateway to downtown on Speer Boulevard.

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  8. Protecting the present and building our futureRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    I would like to agree with your viewpoint on development: "Thoughtful respectful dialogue gets modifications to projects, to help alleviate the burden to neighbors." I ask, however, why the burden has become so heavy, and whether neighbors are often shut out of the dialogue.

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  9. SloHi development taking offRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    West Highlands-West 29th Avenue, a longtime commuter artery between Speer Blvd. and Wheatridge, is sprouting new businesses and services near Sloan's Lake in West Highlands. "SloHi," between Utica and Tennyson, now offers a bike shop, coffee shop and brewery, with more development on the way.

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  10. 2014: NW Denver Year in ReviewRead the original story

    Jan 7, 2015 | North Denver Tribune

    Although tax revenues and crime statistics are mostly good, the edible market caused concern due to the ease of over dosing after the edibles leave their packaging.. Recreational Marijuana New Year's Day 2014 opened with lines of patrons for the first in the nation legal recreational marijuana sales.

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  11. Twelve + Days of Christmas (and Channukah) in the HoodRead the original story

    Dec 3, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    The holiday season was officially kicked off the weekend of November 29 and 30 as the two major tree lighting events heralded in the season of Ho, Ho, Ho at Little Man Ice Cream's LoHi Community Plaza, and in the heart of the Highlands by the historic United Highlands Methodist Church. Dazzling lights lit up the towering trees, Christmas carols were sung, Channukah menorah's ceremonially lit, Reindeer frolicked and Clydesdale Horses meandered the streets.

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  12. What's new in the 'hood ?Read the original story

    Dec 3, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    Northwest Denver-Neighborhoods in Northwest Denver are changing, with new buildings popping up and historic pockets getting investment via our legacy structures. From West Highlands to River North, Berkeley to downtown, savvy developers are using the economic upturn to bring new businesses and residents to the 'hood.

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  13. Alliance buys former RedPeak sites in West HighlandRead the original story

    Nov 20, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    Construction likely will begin soon on luxury apartments in the heart of the trendy Highlands Square area of West Highland at a long-planned development that a neighborhood group unsuccessfully tried to stop in a campaign that included a court battle. Phoenix-based Alliance Residential Co.

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  14. Calendar November 20th- December 3rdRead the original story

    Nov 19, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    Santa Keepsake Photos , runs through December 24; Monday-Thursday 11 am- 8 pm, Friday and Sunday 10 am- 8 pm, Sunday 11 am- 6 pm; Colorado Mills Mall 14500 W Colfax Ave; Come share the magic of Christmas by getting the kids photos done with Santa at the Colorado Mills Mall; 384-3000, visit www.coloradomills.com Momementum - Runs through November 27; Tuesday thru Friday 11 am- 6 pm and Sunday 9 am- 3 pm; Space Gallery, 400 Sante Fe Drive; Groundbreaking west coast contemporary artists, Mars - 1, Damon Soule and Oliver Vernon-aka the Furtherrr Collective; spcaegallery.org Silent Movie - November 21 and 22, 7:30 pm; 6th Avenue UCC, Historic Church Theater and Between the Bones Studio Collective, 3250 East 6th Avenue; at once humorous and moving "Silent Movie" embraces a vintage film aesthetic, exploring the chaos of modern age through the intersecting stories of five women on a train; ... (more)

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  15. 32nd Ave Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Project bad ideaRead the original story

    Nov 8, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    My wife Stephanie and I have earlier voiced our negative feelings about the 32nd Avenue Traffic and Pedestrian Safety Project to the Denver Traffic Dept., Susan Shepherd, and the WHNA. But I have come to believe that this project has been spawned by commercial interests on 32nd Avenue, and not really intended to benefit neighborhood residents, pedestrians, and motorists as it has been intimated.

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  16. Halloween Happenings in DenverRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    Just when you thought the event season was over, Halloween pops up with a spooktacular series of fright fests in and around the hood. This bewitching list of ghoulishly good times will keep eyes bloodshot and feet bloody with all the witching hour late nights, sorcerers brews and flying around on broomsticks you'll be doing.

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  17. 32nd Ave parking proposalsRead the original story

    Oct 1, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    On Tuesday, September 23 Trevor Greco, a volunteer on a parking committee with West Highland Neighborhood Association, shared the results of an 18 month long study about parking in the area surrounding the 32nd and Lowell business district. Although some might think the construction of a parking garage could solve the parking problem, the committee found this solution to be too costly to ever succeed.

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  18. Street Seen: Summer SmashRead the original story

    Sep 18, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    The summer season ended its smashing run with one of the most beloved events of the year, the Sunnyside Music Fest. Lara Moore and Kimberly Haut's last hurrah as the Co-Executive Directors along with their incredible team of hard working music angels Dustin Reid, Stephanie Martens and Selena Silva staged an event to remember as the long rays of summer kept the crowd of over 10,000 warm and free spirited.

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  19. Hayward Strangers keep eye on funRead the original story

    Sep 6, 2014 | North Denver Tribune

    West Highlands-A back porch jam on Hayward Place morphed into one of the neighborhood's most ubiquitous performing bands, the Hayward Strangers. "We got together for several years before we actually played out," said banjo player Keenan Copple.

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