On June 5, 2017, the Denver District Court heard arguments regarding the City’s assertion that 220 documents (7,400 pages) should be protected by the “deliberative process” privilege—which stems from the “executive privilege”.
The Court ruled that the 7400 pages should not be handed over to the Plaintiffs
(people suing the city to protect CPGC) in the CPGC lawsuit. The City has repeatedly claimed in public and under oath, that they are committed to transparency and have nothing to hide. However, in court, the City
sang a different tune, claiming that disclosure of the 7400 pages of emails and documents would somehow chill future candid discussion among city leaders and staff.
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City & County of Denver Department of Parks and Recreation Public Notification on the naming of Central Denver Recreation Center (Colfax Ave. & Josephine St.) Notice is hereby given that Denver Parks and Recreation is considering the naming of … READ MORE
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Dear Neighborhood Leaders: Attached is the Denver Zoo’s final building plan that illustrates their plans for physical building locations and future construction as part of their new long-term 2015 Master Plan. Also attached, per Denver’s Revised Municipal Code (D.R.M.C., Sec. … READ MORE
Dear Neighbors, We hope you and members of your neighborhood will join Denver Zoo online as we share the Zoo’s draft plan for facility improvements. As a leader in our community we want your help in gathering input on your thoughts … READ MORE
There has been discussion concerning some of the features of the Zoo spilling into City Park. In this meeting a discussion as to plans, parking and improvement to the perimeter of the zoo will occur. In addition to the meeting … READ MORE