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Denver is a growing metropolis, and with only 154 square miles. They need to work smarter, not harder in restoring the governance back to No-partisan.
Let’s look at Aug 2, 2016 - Hancock’s affordable housing plan met with doubts - Eliza Carter Author: Colorado Independent Mayor Michael Hancock's plan to support Denverite’s who are ... Lopez, citing a single 197-unit affordable housing project that cost $42 million Here is the Doubt that Marcus Giavanni points out to his constituents, and to the citizens’, and voters of Denver.
Nevertheless, if you take $42,000,000 million dollars, and divide it by 197. It comes to the City and County of Denver spending 213,198.00 on each person, qualified for low housing. (Sorry, number 198+ low income needlers, you must move to another city).
Marcus Giavanni and others contentions are that Denver could have worked out a Tax Revenue share, with one of their closet neighborhood city Mayors. (Remember, 154 square miles is not that big an area.)
So, moving to beautiful cities like Aurora, Arvada, Boulder, Centennial, Commerce City, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Lakewood, Northglenn, Thornton, Westminster, and then you have the Rocky Mountains, and they are 30 to 50 minutes from any anywhere from the Denver Metropolitan area, and suburbs. Is easy?
Tax Revenue Share: Denver City council could have. Gave $10,000 to all 197 low income housing applicants; for a total of $1,970,00 a savings of $40,030,000 million dollars. Remember those, 198+ low income housing rejections, who are left out in the cold. Marcus Giavanni would have had your back. And then some. (This scenario is not reality with current administrations ideology)
Now, let’s go back to Tax Revenue share. Now these new 197 low income housing can live in a Denver Metro City suburb. And the Cities, would be able to pay Denver Back. In future tax revenues collected, they received from each applicant’s city choice. (Of course, a deal would have to be made, but it's cheaper than $42,000,000, and just think of the roads in Denver.)
This way everyone wins. And the money keeps revolving. And the people who can afford to live in Denver. Will continue to pay top dollar for precious space in the 154 square miles of city Beautiful.
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