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Brother Jeff and Mayor Webb Rally the Troops
The Honorable Wellington Webb Urges a NO vote on 2 O
After months of deliberation and conversations with the developers, opponents, and other interested parties, Denver’s former mayor is urging a No vote on Referred Question 2-O on the April 4 ballot. Once defeated, he says the new City Council and new Mayor should go back to the drawing board and honor the conservation agreement.
The Denver Post Editorial Board Says NO on 2 O
The Denver Post looks at the deal to lift the conservation easement and finds it lacking and a bad deal for the people of Denver, one where elected officials failed ot ask basic questions guarding the interests of taxpayers.
Denverite and Westord Follow The Money
Denverite fact checks Denver mayoral candidates who said they have not received donations from the company attempting to develop the Park Hill Golf Course, or related entities, finding that three have taken money from its founder and principal. They also trace more than $41,000 given to other candidates for office since 2015.
Also, Westword uncovers where the money behind the golf course is coming from and which entities are getting paid for their involvement.
Statement Opposing Referred Question 2 O
Wellington Webb, Penfield Tate, Dottie Lamm, Jeff Fard, Rafael Espinoza, Tom Noel, Al Yates [former CSU President], Ann Yates, and James Mejia all oppose 2 O, and have written an impassioned statement supporting the conservation easement for the benefit of all Denver citizens.