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The Denver City Hall building is pictured on Oct. 3,2020. (Forrest Czarnecki/The Denver Gazette)

The Denver City Council was busy this week, starting Monday with passing a slew of ordinances on hybrid meetings, wage theft crimes, STI testing mandates and more. 

But the action didn't stop Monday. Check out the coverage on the Denver City Council as reported by Hannah Metzger below:

On next week's (July 26 - 30) agenda: 

  • The Public Safety Working Group will meet on Monday, July 26 at 1:30 p.m.
  • The SAFETY & HOUSING Committee meeting on Wednesday, July 28 has an early start time of 10 a.m.
  • There is public comment scheduled at the BIZ Committee meeting on Wednesday, July 28. 
  • All Council and Committee meetings have returned to in-person and will be held in Council Chambers. Zoom participation and viewing are still available to the public unless meetings are marked as not televised. 

Do you have a tip that Hannah should know or follow up on? Email her at hannah.metzger@gazette.com.

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