“Forest City Stapleton’s ongoing intent to deliver the ultimate business-lifestyle community is evident in features that include outdoor collaboration space, an expansive public plaza, terraces, balconies and a rooftop deck.”
This time, under the moniker Aurora Hope Complex, officials are hoping the site can be home to restaurants, retailers and event space
The change also will allow fireworks stands to operate for the first time within the city, and already Aurora has received nine applications to open stands this summer, according to Trevor Vaughn, manager of the city’s tax and licensing division
City Councilwoman Sally Mounier voted against the measure, saying she doesn’t support the proposed sanctions on so-called congregate living facilities. “I think Ready To Work needs to be in Ward I at the Afrikmall,” Ward I City Councilwoman Sally Mounier said. “So, I can’t support this.” But council members Marsha Berzins and Francoise Bergan, who serve as the chair and vice chair of the committee, respectively, agreed to move the proposal forward to a study session.
The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling revives a lawsuit between a Colorado horse farm and a neighboring marijuana-growing warehouse
Travis Mason, 24, was working at the Green Heart Marijuana Dispensary, 19005 E. Quincy Ave. in Aurora, when he was fatally shot at at about 9:44 p.m. on June 18
Two council members on the city’s ad hoc policy committee that deals with weed issues, Sally Mounier and Bob Roth, recently agreed to green-light a discussion on allowing the sale, manufacturing and cultivation of medical marijuana in Aurora. Those practices are currently banned under city code
This latest push to axe the prohibitive racetrack verbiage marks the fourth time the city has attempted to make such a charter amendment. All of the other measures failed, including the most recent attempt in 2015. That measure lost by 1,081 votes, according to Councilwoman Sally Mounier, who backed the effort.
Two council members on the city’s ad hoc policy committee that deals with weed issues, Sally Mounier and Bob Roth, recently agreed to green-light a discussion on allowing the sale, manufacturing and cultivation of medical marijuana in Aurora. Those practices are currently banned under city code.
Originally opened as a niche taproom beside Treadz Bicycle Outfitters on East Iliff Avenue in November 2014, the watering hole — heretofore known as Peak to Peak Taproom — started pouring beer made in-house April 21. They rang in their recently overhauled food and drink space with a launch party May 20