THE ABDUCTION OF A DENVER PARK
A Film By KC Keefer
The story of the struggle to save Hampden Heights North Park commonly referred to as Hentzell Park being traded in an unconventional Denver City Hall deal. This DVD is only available from Friends Of Denver Parks.
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Run Time 14 Minutes
Featuring historic perspective by Professor Tom Noel “Dr. Colorado”
To view on You Tube
On Sunday December 15 Renee Lewis’ interview with Wayne Yaffee on the Colorado Today Show will air.
Colorado Today runs at 6am on Alice 105.9, at 7am on 99.5 The Mountain, and at 8am on KOSI 101.1. Please don’t miss this as Renee discusses new and exciting developments.
More News December 5, 2013
We personally delivered copies of the Hampden Heist film to all City Council and DPS Board members. Just got an email today from a City Council person who is requesting another copy.
The film is generating a lot of buzz in the city. We have received a request from KOSI, KALC, & KQMT Radio for an interview, and will update everyone on the time and date.
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The Denver Post has posted a new Film Trailer version of the movie “Hampden Heist The abduction of a Denver Park” by KC Keefer.
Group uses video to protest land swap between city, DPS
By Jeremy Meyer The Denver Post
A group fighting a land swap in southeastern Denver between the city and Denver Public Schools produced a slick video to argue the case that now awaits a decision by the Court of Appeals.
The Friends of Denver Parks want to stop the swap that was approved by City Council to give DPS city owned property near Hampden Heights to build a school in exchange for a downtown DPS building that will be used as a domestic violence resource center.
Read the rest of the article here
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I attach Reply Brief of Friends of Denver Parks with Appendices 1, 2, and 3 filed in the Colorado Court of Appeals on November 21, 2013.
The case is now fully briefed and we are awaiting the Court of Appeals decision.
Copies of the Answer Briefs of the City and DPS should be available on FriendsofDenverParks.org soon, or from the Colorado Court of Appeals website.
Thanks to all of you for your support.
Special thanks to Benson & Case’s newest associate, Jessica Schultz, who wrote the Reply Brief for Benson & Case after retrieving the original pleadings of the McIntyre case from Colorado State Archives.
BENSON & CASE, LLP