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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinFebruary 3, 201713min338

Kevin Flynn has written about ethics battles on city councils and other local governing bodies, now he's writing an almost-new code of ethics for the Denver City Council. The former longtime reporter, was elected in District 2, the southwestern part of Denver, in 2015. Several months after he took office, Flynn said a task force formed to review the city's ethics code needed a council representative and he asked to be appointed.


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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinJanuary 6, 201710min541

Denver District Attorney-elect Beth McCann will receive 2 percent salary hikes in each of the last two years of her four-year term, similar to other salary increases given to her metro-area and statewide colleagues under state statutes. Denver City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday, Jan. 3, that set McCann's incoming salary at $219,606, the current amount paid to outgoing DA Mitch Morrissey. McCann will earn the same amount in 2018, then her salary will increase to $223,998 in 2019 and $228,478 in 2020.


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Mayor Michael HancockAugust 28, 20157min344
On July 20, during his inaugural address, Mayor Michael Hancock announced the next bold step in Denver’s commitment to affordable housing — dedicating at least $15 million a year in new funding to preserve and build at least 6,000 additional affordable homes over the next 10 years, and a package of aggressive policies. Council members […]

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