April 1

An Introduction to Group Home Regulation— Part 1

By Robert Widner Over the next several issues, our newsletter will introduce one of the most relevant local government planning issues facing communities – group home regulation. The demand for group living accommodations is increasing due to our aging population, the de-institutionalization of our mentally and physically disabled, and recognition in federal and state laws.

June 1

Sign of the Times: Increased Municipal Regulation of Panhandling

By Maureen Juran The Landscape: As we emerge from the Great Recession, a vestige remains evident on street corners and sidewalks throughout the state. When panhandlers stand on street corners and medians, municipalities become  understandably concerned with issues such as motorist distractions, traffic disruptions, blockage of pedestrian paths and harassment of pedestrians, as well as.

February 1

WMC Welcomes Darcee Smith

Please welcome Darcee Smith to the team. Darcee is the new Office Manager at WMC. You may have seen her around the office as she started training in January. She comes to us with prior managerial experience from a LoDo firm and is very excited about her new career opportunity here at WMC. Darcee is.

February 1

Centennial Eagle Street Property

In late September of 2012, the City of Centennial acquired approximately 9.1 acres located within the Arapahoe Road Industrial Park. The property is approximately one mile from the Centennial Civic Center, south of Arapahoe Road and west of Jordan Road. The property, 7272 S. Eagle Street, includes three existing buildings totaling slightly more than 38,000.