Saturday, August 21, 2010
The “old Safeway” (16th and Josephine), as we old-timers knew it, or the “Church in the City” as those who came to the neighborhood in the last 16 years knew it, is now being demolished. The City agreed to pay a price $5,000,000 more than it had been appraised for the previous year, to build a Central Denver Recreation Center, dependent, of course, on future bond-financed borrowing.
Ooops, ain’t gonna happen’ now! Maybe in 5, 10, or 15 years, they say. Soooo… (bait and switch), how about a dog-park or a garden, or, better yet, how about both of those at the same time! Presumably separate, one hopes, but very, very expensive. Thank you Councilpersons Robb and Madison for bringing us the most expensive Central Denver Recreation Center Dog Park Gardens.
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