An Interview with Catherine Strode
In November, voters in the city of Denver will decide the fate of a $937 million general obligation bond package proposed by Mayor Michael B. Hancock. The general obligation bonds are designed to fund capital improvements across the city.
Mayor Hancock is targeting better mobility for people with disabilities as a central goal. In an interview with Catherine Strode, the Mayor acknowledges the success of community listening sessions concerning accessibility needs. He also discusses increased bond amounts for accessibility improvements.