Denver Direct: Was Big Air Worth the Trouble? Denver Post
Friday, January 28, 2011
Big Air was to be the poster child for a new Denver Parks Department policy passed last year, ignoring considerable public opposition. It allows fenced-off areas in specific parks, with fees for admission to events, something never permitted in Parks’ 150-year history. The city charter stipulates, “No park nor portion of any park . . . shall be sold or leased . . . however may be leased . . . to concessionaires, charitable or non-profitable organizations or to Governmental jurisdictions.”
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