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Font Resize Edward Kosinski is a genial guy with a friendly smile, but most people hate to see him coming. "They're ready to do battle and defend themselves," said Kosinski, a water cop who patrols to see who might be breaking Denver Water's rules.
Early operations With the warm weather, Frisco Marina plans to begin its rental operations on Friday, which is far earlier than the traditional Memorial Day opening. All rentals, kayaks, canoes, pontoons, runabouts and fishing boats will be available.
Currently, guards keep watch over the Dam Road from pickup trucks on either end of the dam. Summit Daily / Mark Fox Drivers may have access to the Dillon Dam Road 24 hours a day in the near future, thanks to plans for security improvements to the
Evans, which is in the middle of the University of Denver campus...Classes are not in session today in observance of Martin Luther King Day. Chesney said there is no water at DU's Penrose Library, which is just a few yards to the south of the break.
Denver Water is starting an 18-month project today to remove 625,000 cubic yards of sediment from the reservoir at the top of the trail...This is the best trail because it's 20 minutes from the city, but you can feel like you're in Vail, up in the
Crews are repairing a water main break on West Mississippi Avenue between Knox Court and Julian Street...Denver Water spokeswoman Stacy Chesney, said the pipe was originally installed in 1948. Chesney said it's standard to have frequent water main
The water main break happened on West Florida just west of Federal Boulevard, late Saturday night. While crews worked last night to repair the "bell" the connecting piece between the 12-inch water main pipes a second bell broke, said Stacy Chesney, a
Grape St., according to Stacy Chesney, spokeswoman for Denver Water...Grape is closed between East Cedar Avenue and East Alameda Avenue, said Chesney. Chesney said Denver water crews are arriving at the scene and will determine the size of the main
Residents of northwest Denver were allowed to drink the water from their taps late Friday afternoon, after a mandatory boil-water order was lifted following a water-line break. The advisory, which affected residents and businesses between West 10th
Because of the loss of pressure, residents and businesses between West 10th Avenue and West 24th Avenue and Federal Boulevard and Tennyson Street need to boil their drinking water until at least this afternoon, said Denver Water spokeswoman Stacy