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September 2014 Newsletter

2014-04_09 NCPCA Newsletter_CMEnjoy these final days of summer. Here’s your September 2014 newsletter >

August 2014 Newsletter

Take a look at our latest newsletter, before it hits your porch! View the PDF > newsletter

July 2014 Newsletter

Happy Summer! July’s edition of the NCP Newsletter is ready for your enjoyment. Look for it at your residence and 2013-07_NCPCA_Newsletter view it here >

Second newstand has a home!

Thanks to Kyle McCutchen, owner of the Walnut Hill property at 28th & Madison, for enthusiastically agreeing to have a North City Park newsletter stand!  Go by and check it out at 3445 E 28th.  Thank you, Kyle, for being a great neighbor!

June 2014 Newsletter

This month’s newsletter is ready for your online review. View/Download it here > june

First newsletter stand installed at the Plimoth


This was its first resting place.  It is now in front of the restaurant at 28th & Josephine.  Drop by to grab a paper and say, “Hi!” and welcome Peter and Charles to the neighborhood.

Proposal would allow at-home sales of garden veggies

A proposed amendment to the Denver Zoning Code would allow Denver residents to sell home-grown produce and some “cottage foods” at their residences, directly to consumers.
Councilwoman Robin Kniech, in collaboration with the Denver Sustainable Food Policy Council and LiveWell Denver, has proposed the change, with the intent of expanding access to healthy, affordable foods.

The proposed zoning change would allow at-home sales of:

  • Raw, uncut fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs, grown in an on-site garden or community garden.
  • Whole eggs produced by chickens or ducks owned and kept by the individual at the home.
  • Cottage foods, which include non-potentially hazardous, unrefrigerated food products made on-site such as spices, teas, honey, jams, and certain baked goods, as defined in the Colorado Cottage Food Act.

NO marijuana or marijuana products are allowed. As proposed, sales would be allowed from 7 a.m. to dusk, indoors or outdoors, with one small window or wall sign allowed.

The amendment would help the city implement policy objectives to increase residents’ access to healthy foods, reduce obesity rates, and increase opportunities for self-sufficiency. City planners will present the proposed amendment to the Denver Planning Board on May 7. Learn more at the Denver Community Planning and Development website.


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