1. Brian Rodeno
    November 5, 2015 @ 11:01 pm

    Sure hope they don’t split Dahlia (as is proposed). How one side of a street could be subject to restrictions while the other is not (both sides were developed simultaneously) is more than suspicious. Strange that a church that has torn down more houses than any developer in the neighborhood is mysteriously not subject to this proposal. This has lawsuit written all over it.

  2. Mark Kintner
    November 6, 2015 @ 9:31 pm

    We are in total support. I volunteer as a GPH newspaper deliverer here. We have resided here for approximately 14 years.I also am a licensed and insured Class C General Contractor since 1998 in the City and County of Denver.Please let us know if my wife and I can be of any assistance.

    Mark kintner

  3. Denver, City of Change - TRACY SHAFFER
    November 28, 2015 @ 2:46 pm

    […] Hill want to control the future of the neighborhood and preserve it’s character, forming the Historic Park Hill Committee and initiating the designation of a Landmark Historical District within the core of the […]

  4. AllenMGhost
    March 19, 2016 @ 7:40 pm

    Park Hill Residents – DONT DO IT! You will only regret it down the road, trust me. My family lives in a Landmark District and have had quite a bit of dealings with the Landmark staff at the city trying to get a project approved. It is BEYOND frustrating, expensive and overall a process that if you CAN AVOID, do. Future generations will thank you! Keep your property rights for your families.

    Shout from the rooftops I KEEP MY PROPERTY RIGHTS, city go away!

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