DENVER (CBS4)– Some residents are calling the city and county of Denver “disingenuous” over the way it presented proposed changes to its group living rules. This, following the city’s court-ordered release of documents pertaining to the origins of the proposal.
The 200-page proposal would allow five unrelated adults to live together, and would allow homeless shelters and community correctional facilities – or halfway houses – to be in some residential neighborhoods.
“I think that residents of Denver need to know what this proposal is really all about,” said Florence Sebern, who filed suit against the city – and won – for access to the aforementioned documents.
Sebern says the documents show the proposal, which has been met with much controversy over recent months, was started by the mayor’s office to specifically address halfway houses in Denver.
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