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Wanted to pass along the heads up that Denver Parks and Rec are proposing changes with relation to how people can recreate on Denver Parks Land (this includes Denver Mountain Parks and places like Red Rocks Ampitheater) and "all water bodies owned and controlled by the city".

http://denvergov.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=w0KNlBCJyzI=&tabid=443712&mid=511539

The changes include updates to boating regulations, camping regulations, and fishing regulations. They are also beefing up their "charge for admission" policy which has me scratching my head with relation to what they are thinking.

These changes includes areas like Echo Lake - I'm not sure if it includes Williams Fork or Antero as these areas are "Denver Water" but I don't believe they are "owned and controlled" by the city of Denver.

There is a public notice that:

"On Thursday, May 14, 2015, the Denver Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (DPRAB) will hold a public hearing and invite general comments on proposed updates to the Department of Parks and Recreation Rules and Regulations. The DPRAB meets on the fourth floor of the Wellington Webb Municipal Building at 5:30 p.m. Members of the general public are invited to speak during the hearing. Interested parties must arrive prior to the start of the meeting to sign-up to speak. The Wellington Webb Municipal Building is located at 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Denver."
 
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