The Colorado Court of Appeals has overruled a Denver judge's decision to allow Open Door Ministries to operate a treatment program for recovering addicts in an historic mansion on Clarkson Street -- the latest twist in a long-running zoning battle in the neighborhood that was the subject of my 2011 ... More >>
Last summer Denver District Judge Ann B. Frick ruled that city zoning officials blundered in issuing a rooming-house permit to Open Door Ministries, which was seeking to launch a group home for recovering alcoholics and addicts in a historic block of Capitol Hill. But Frick has now reversed her orde ... More >>
A Denver district judge has ruled that city zoning officials erred when they granted a boarding permit in 2010 for a vintage mansion in Capitol Hill -- throwing into doubt the future operation of a faith-based, drug and alcohol treatment program at 740 Clarkson Street that's faced a barrage of prote ... More >>
A private attorney defends the city's honor--and her hefty legal bills, which you are paying.