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.

 

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City Park Neighborhood Advisory Committee

The purpose and mission of the City Park Neighborhood Advisory Committee is to: (1) help circulate information from the city and park institutions to neighborhood residents and vice versa; (2) facilitate a collaborative culture whereby all stakeholders can have meaningful … READ MORE

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What Is Certifiably Green Denver?

Certifiably Green Denver (CGD) is a voluntary and nonregulatory program that provides free educational outreach and technical assistance on a variety of environmental issues to businesses in the City and County of Denver. The primary goals of the program are to increase participation and adoption of sustainable practices to minimize use of hazardous materials, improve energy efficiency and water conservation, and decrease the use of resources and generation of waste.

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Denver Recycles’ Roundup January 2017 Issue

Setting your purple cart out for collection every-other-week is just the beginning of the recycling process. After collection, Denver Recycles trucks and crew members transport your recyclables to a recycling processor for sorting and distribution to re-manufacturing outlets. This transportation component in the recycling process is no small undertaking when you consider that more than 1,000,000 pounds of recyclables are collected from Denver homes each week. Each truck and driver collect upwards of 1,000 carts every day.

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What improvements would you like to see in Denver?

Periodically, the City and County of Denver authorizes general obligation (GO) bonds to restore, replace, and expand existing capital assets across the city. The last General Obligation bond, known as the Better Denver Bond Program, was in 2007 and allowed Denver to improve, preserve, renovate and build new roads, libraries, parks, city offices, and other facilities related to health and human services, public safety and culture.
Teller will be hosting one of the meetings Nov 17, 2016

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Certifiably Green Denver

Did you know Certifiably Green Denver provides free, confidential, non-regulatory environmental assistance to help Denver’s business community “Go Green!”? Its purpose is to help local business owners find opportunities to improve efficiency and profitability while preventing waste and conserving resources. … READ MORE

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