Election 2017: Voters apply brakes to growth in Denver suburbs
By Ed Sealover – Reporter, Denver Business Journal
Voters in some Denver suburbs have sent a message to their city officials that they want limits on the growth that has gripped their hometowns in recent years.
In Lakewood, whose city council rejected a six-month building moratorium earlier this year by a 6-5 vote, the results of a key city council race in the election that ended Tuesday appeared to hand slow-growth activists a one-vote majority on the council moving forward.
Meanwhile, in Greenwood Village, candidates who rallied against the idea of increasing the density of development...Read the Article

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