Chris in the News
A facial recognition tech test incorrectly matched several Denver City Council members with sex offenders
The test was run by organizers behind a possible anti-facial-recognition ballot measure.
In most cases, it’s the property owners who are responsible for footing the bill for any work
The move is the latest flex by a legislative branch that has called out several contracts with private partners
Capitol Hill and Cherry Creek North cases test a new city rule
After big storm, Denver residents reported 1,439 unshoveled sidewalks. Only 36 tickets have been issued.
Two weeks after a storm slammed Denver, 1,439 addresses have been reported to 311 for unshoveled sidewalks.
I always knew that representing the most bustling, population-rich core of the city would come with unique challenges.
Former Denver City Councilman Wayne New spent nearly half his annual budget after losing his election
He said that’s what he did every year. New Councilman Chris Hinds said the difference was that this time he knew he wasn’t coming back.
Some council members criticized financial details
City has committed to helping with first phase of urban trail on 21st Street