Wednesday, November 13, 6:30 to 8:00 PM  

Eisenhower Chapel, 293 Roslyn St. 


What happens to your trash after you set it out in your black, purple and green carts for city pick up?  Why should you care?  Is the recycling really reused, does the compost actually become soil and what happens to everything else?  


Since China tightened its requirements for acceptance of sorted recycled material the recycling industry has suffered.  It now costs more to recycle.  Come learn how the City and County of Denver, with its growing population, is grappling with the challenges of finding and creating recycling markets. Learn how we can support best practices and be part of the solution.  What new policies are being considered to advance Denver’s sustainability goals? What programs and policies have been effective for other municipalities? 


Megan Lane, Recycling Program Administrator, City and County of Denver, is a seasoned recycling program administrator. She is passionate and knowledgeable about Trash and wants all Denver residents to understand and support sustainability in their daily lives.  


The meeting will also feature a community resource officer from Denver Police District 3 to respond to residents’ concerns about crime and to provide suggestions about crime prevention as we move into the holidays. 


If you live in Lowry, LUN is your Registered Neighborhood Organization with the City of Denver.  LUN works to keep Lowry residents informed about city issues and to represent your concerns and interests regarding issues such as traffic, parking, safety, noise, zoning, and crime. LUN is the only organization that represents all Lowry residents, both renters and homeowners, in all the neighborhoods of Lowry, including Boulevard One. LUN’s board meets once a month on the first Monday of each month and holds at least four general resident meetings per year, offering information on City of Denver issues of interest to Lowry residents. LUN also provides social events for Lowry neighbors.  Please join your Lowry neighbors at the Firehouse Theater for LUN at the Theater night on Friday, November 29 for Calendar Girls, by Tim Firth, Directed by Katie Mangett. Performances begin at 7:30 PM.  Come early (6:45) to enjoy a glass of wine, a snack and conversation with your LUN friends and neighbors before the show. 


On September 10, over 100 people attended LUN’s quarterly meeting, which featured District 5 Councilwoman, Amanda Sawyer, and at-large Councilwoman, Robin Kniech. Concilwoman Kniech’s presentation focused on housing, what the city is doing to address our housing shortage, why having affordable housing stock is important and why it should matter to those of us who already have homes.


LUN maintains an email list and distributes information it receives from the city regarding issues that affect our quality of life in Denver.  Please join our list by contacting Kathy Head:  


Nov 13 2019


6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Gina Febbraro
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