On Dec 13, 2013 Friends Of Denver Parks attorney John Case was interviewed by James Mejia Former Manager Of Parks And Recs during the Wellington Webb administration.
The 14 minute interview can be heard in its entirety here.
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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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Copy Of Motion for Injunction Pending Appeal
Order From Court of Appeals to City and DPS
Rule 106 Opening Brief
On October 7, the Colorado Court of Appeals ordered the city and DPS to respond by October 15 to our Motion for Injunction Pending Appeal. A copy of our motion, and the order from the Court of Appeals, are attached.
On October 10, we filed the opening brief for Friends of Denver Parks in the rule 106 proceeding that is pending before Judge Stern in Denver District Court. A copy of that brief is also attached. Judge Stern ordered that the only issue to be briefed is whether or not the action of city Council in passing ordinance 170 was administrative or legislative. The city’s response is due October 24. Our reply is due November 7.