Month: July 2018

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Westminster Pauses Future Development

On Monday, July 23rd, Westminster City Council approved a moratorium on new development for two-thirds of the city while improvements are made to its sewage system. The affected area is roughly north of 92nd.  This is in response to extremely fast growth in Westminster including a subsequent 40% increase in sewage flows during the past […]

Nonprofit Program Interns Visit Unison

Today, three interns from The Denver Foundation’s Nonprofit Internship Program spent the morning at Unison. Josie Martinez, Julia Lomas, and Sydney Paige Pollock are interns at area nonprofits (ACLU, Mile High Youth Corps, Access Gallery) learning more about the field and future career opportunities. They spent the morning shadowing Arrah as part of their program […]

80+ Hours Working at Minimum Wage to Afford Housing

As Representative Faith Winter said in a recent post on LinkedIn,”Coloradans should be able to afford to live where they work without working two or three jobs…”, which is why Rep. Winter has introduced legislation three times to establish an affordable housing trust fund to support development of affordable homes. “The housing crisis is growing, […]