Greetings, Washington Park East neighbors,
In these last days of August, while our weather is on track to deliver the hottest August on record in Denver, we hope you will enjoy reading our Summer 2020 newsletter online. Get updates on how Covid-19 is impacting our local businesses from WPENA president, Timothy McHugh, and learn more about the city’s updates to our zoning code from our councilman, Paul Kashmann.
Jeannette Neubeiser brings you the story of the Wish businesses, right here in our neighborhood. Joanne Asher provides an update on local crime statistics and Leslie MacRossie of Lark Realty Group shares a real estate snapshot. Learn more about Denver Botanic Gardens reopening, and in case you’re looking to get away, this newsletter features an article on selecting the best recreational vehicle for your needs. Zoey Zoning answers your question about 5G poles in our neighborhood and Betty Cahill describes three essential things your plants need to survive these long, hot, Colorado summers. We also include facts about Denver’s street trees in this issue. Finally, our summer newsletter features a glimpse of and information about murals around Denver.
Thank you to our advertisers for this edition: guaranteedRate, The Wall Rebuilder, Casey Miller with LIV | Sotheby’s and to all of our business members and household members, whose dues help support the annual cost of our newsletter. Our newsletter is brought to you by WPENA secretary Lance Musselman and designed by Mikki Wilder of Wilder Ideas.
Feel free to let us know your thoughts and comments!
Happy end of summer,
Washington Park East Neighborhood Association