Women city council members -- Colorado -- Denver.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Cathy Donohue Papers
The collection contains files dating from 1973 to 1995 that were retained by Denver City Council Member Cathy Donohue and relate to the planning of the Denver International Airport and associated public projects. Materials include agendas, applications, correspondence, meeting minutes, memos, reports, and a survey map.
Cathy Reynolds Papers
Drawings and plans for Denver (Colo.) Pavilions, Denver (Colo.) Grand Prix, District Attorney Building (Denver, Colo.); zone maps; correspondence concerns security at Summit of Eight in Denver, Colo.
Debbie Ortega Papers
Ortega's City Council files contain correspondence, applications, notes, financial records, reports; research files on zoning, public works, neighborhood issues, education, environmental topics, safety, transportation, affirmative action.
JOHN AND EDNA MOSLEY PAPERS
Judy H. Montero Papers
Collection contains Montero's office files: reports, correspondence, clippings, audio recordings, plans documenting her work on various City of Denver projects and with service organizations: parks and recreations, Denver Union Station, city redevelopement, commuter rail, neighborhoods, preservation.
Mary Beth Susman Papers
City Council papers of Mary Beth Susman related to sharing economy, short-term rentals, ride sharing (Uber, Lyft), marijuana legalization (State of Colorado and Denver), green roofs, redistricting, preserving the Sundial in Cranmer Park and her role on the boards of the Colorado Municipal League and Metro Wastewater Reclamation District.
Mary DeGroot Papers
Polly Flobeck Papers
Correspondence, memoranda, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, reports relate to the redevelopment of Lowry Air Force Base into a residential neighborhood.
Susan Barnes-Gelt Papers
Collection consists of Denver City Council papers, including correspondence, reports, conference booklet, meeting agendas, clippings on Denver Comprehensive Plan, and materials from the City Arts III Advisory Committee, Cultural Council, Denver Health Authority, and the Peña Boulevard design competition.