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DISH lays off more than 500 Colorado employees at Englewood headquarters, Littleton campus

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — DISH Network is laying off more than 500 Colorado employees by the end of this week. The company blamed “changing business demands” for the layoffs.

DISH is trimming staff at the Englewood headquarters and Littleton campus as more consumers cut the cord.

Kishore Kulkarni, professor of economics at Metropolitan State University Denver, said it comes down to having more options to stream your favorite TV shows.

“DISH Network and DIRECTV are making less money. So in general, the demand for these cable companies is going down,” said Kulkarni.

This week, DISH Network shares plummeted to a 25-year low on the heels of a disappointing earnings report. The provider reported $3.7 billion in revenue for the third quarter of 2023, compared to $4.1 billion for 2022 Q3.

“Like most businesses, we continually evaluate and make adjustments to ensure we’re set up for long-term success. We made the difficult decision to part ways with some team members due to changing business demands on some teams. Impacted employees will be notified by the end of the week," said a spokesperson for DISH Network in a statement.

Kulkarni said these layoffs won't have a big effect on the entire Denver metro economy, but he does predict more cuts in the future because of consumer behavior.

“Artificial intelligence will do more of these things as far as consumers are concerned. Consumers are going to go away from a traditional cable TV business,” said Kulkarni.

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Brewery teams with restaurateur Bryan Dayton on Englewood taproom

Boulder’s Sanitas Brewing Co. is celebrating a decade in the beer business with a soon-to-open location in the Denver suburbs.The new taproom, Sanitas’ second, is located at 200. W. Belleview Ave. in Englewood where craft beer drinkers will find a 4,700-square-foot taproom with more than 15 beers on tap, including experimental recipes brewed on the 3.5-barrel pilot system onsite, plus a 2,500-square-foot patio.The grand opening is slated for F...

Boulder’s Sanitas Brewing Co. is celebrating a decade in the beer business with a soon-to-open location in the Denver suburbs.

The new taproom, Sanitas’ second, is located at 200. W. Belleview Ave. in Englewood where craft beer drinkers will find a 4,700-square-foot taproom with more than 15 beers on tap, including experimental recipes brewed on the 3.5-barrel pilot system onsite, plus a 2,500-square-foot patio.

The grand opening is slated for Friday, June 23, through Sunday, June 25. To celebrate, Sanitas will release a new hazy IPA called Cheers from Englewood that’s “packed with peach, apricot and sweet melon flavor notes,” according to the brewery.

Part of co-founder and CEO Michael Memsic’s vision is to be a destination morning, noon and night, which is why the brewery includes an outpost for the local Atlas Coffee, its fourth on the Front Range.

There’s also a restaurant, called CBurger, that comes by way of chef Sam McCandless and well-known local restaurateur Bryan Dayton, who is behind the Denver and Boulder restaurants Corrida, Oak at Fourteenth, Bellota, Brider and others.

The restaurant is billed as fast-casual burger kiosk, serving a small menu of smashburgers and fries. CBurger is Dayton’s first burger concept and also a “tester” for future endeavors in “the burger world,” he said.

But perhaps what Memsic is most excited about is bringing locally-made beer to an area he considers a craft beer desert. When it opens, Sanitas will be just the third brewery within Englewood city limits.

“We’re so accustomed in Boulder to having so many breweries so close to us… that’s not the case here,” Memsic said by phone. “I believe that’s going to be a good thing and huge strength to this opportunity.”

While the new location embodies the spirit of Sanitas’ Boulder location with what Memsic describes as a “fluid” floorplan and family-friendly atmosphere, the Englewood spot is undeniably in a more urban setting. In 2022, The Denver Post touted the Boulder brewery as one of the best beer-centric patios on the Front Range for its mature trees and lush foliage that puts the “garden” in beer garden.

Still, Memsic believes the eats and drinks to be a draw not only for Englewood residents but also beer lovers across the Front Range.

Head brewer Scott Clutter is expected to use the pilot system to keep Englewood stocked on Sanitas staples and to test out new recipes.

Sanitas in Englewood was expected to open in February of this year, but was delayed by supply chain issues for “a handful of small but important components” related to buildout, Memsic said.

Englewood recall effort falls short as Sierra, Anderson, Nunnenkamp appear to keep seats

After months of division, electioneering and expense, preliminary results in the Oct. 3 Englewood recall election show District 1 Councilmember and Mayor Othoniel Sierra, District 2 Councilmember Chelsea Nunnenkamp and District 3 Councilmember Joe Anderson are positioned to keep their seats.While recall proponents raised several issues in their push to remove the councilmembers, the controversy driving the effort centered on the councilmembers’ support for greater residential density in hopes of addressing the crisis of housing ...

After months of division, electioneering and expense, preliminary results in the Oct. 3 Englewood recall election show District 1 Councilmember and Mayor Othoniel Sierra, District 2 Councilmember Chelsea Nunnenkamp and District 3 Councilmember Joe Anderson are positioned to keep their seats.

While recall proponents raised several issues in their push to remove the councilmembers, the controversy driving the effort centered on the councilmembers’ support for greater residential density in hopes of addressing the crisis of housing affordability and availability.

A tally released around 10 p.m. on Election Night by City Clerk Stephanie Carlile shows:

Sierra — 654 people voted to keep Sierra on the job while 465 voted to recall him.

Anderson — 988 people voted to keep Anderson in his post while 734 voted to remove him.

Nunnenkamp — 593 people voted to keep Nunnenkamp in her seat while 564 opposed keeping her on the job.

Sierra, who prevailed 58-42 in the recall election, said he is thankful to the citizens of Englewood who voted to keep all three councilmembers in office and have shown support of the council for the last several months.

“You all agreed that all three members of council should not have been subjected to this recall and agree it was a waste of $137,000 in taxpayer dollars,” Sierra said. “I’m also happy to see the citizens across Englewood agree with our approach to tackle the biggest issues facing not only Englewood, but the issues facing the entire metro area.”

Kurt Suppes, a Recall and Restore Englewood organizer, didn’t comment on the preliminary results when questioned by the Englewood Herald except to say “there is still work to be done.” Fellow Recall and Restore Englewood member Sandra Kettlehut didn’t respond to inquiries from the Englewood Herald.

Carlile said the results will be certified on Oct. 25.

Sierra and Anderson said they will continue to campaign for reelection in the Nov. 7 general election.

Anderson, who prevailed 57-43 in his campaign to keep his job, said he feels great about the initial results of the recall.

“This recall may have started out focused on zoning issues, but it quickly turned into a referendum for the soul of Englewood,” Anderson said “Do we care enough to give homeowners flexibility to adapt for the future, or are we the kind of city that loves keeping everything comfortably the same at our neighbors’ expense? Will we listen to the most frightened voices, or will we plan for our future?”

Anderson is excited for the future of Englewood and he said he will continue to focus on bettering the community.

“I am happy District 3 has chosen to look for the truth and look to the future and I’m looking forward to bringing Englewood together to focus on the exciting prospects for the future of the city — reimagining our CityCenter, bolstering our infrastructure and growing our community life,” Anderson said.

Nunnenkamp, who appears to have kept her seat in a 51-49 squeaker, will likely remain in her post until 2025 and while the results are not yet official, she said she is “encouraged that the majority of Englewood voters appear to have rejected this recall effort.”

“I hope our community can now move forward recommitted to working together to find real solutions that serve the city we all love,” Nunnenkamp said.

Carlile said the cost of the recall was around $138,000 and the voting was managed by a third-party company, Community Resource Services of Colorado.

Sierra said he is hopeful the city can “return to a healthy level of discourse over the issues.”

“We all need to keep an open mind that there are many that aren’t able to make the meetings on Monday nights, so the opinions we hear frequently aren’t the opinions of the majority of the citizens we serve,” Sierra said.

Affidavits to recall the council members were initially submitted in April and included former At-Large Councilmember Cheryl Wink, who resigned abruptly on July 17 as council prepared to schedule her recall election. She was replaced by PJ Kolnik, who was appointed in a split vote by council in August to serve through the Nov. 7 election. He is not running for election to a full term.

The recall efforts followed the council’s consideration of a proposal to allow multifamily residences in single-family zoning areas, a plan that was shelved indefinitely even as other parts of the CodeNext zoning overhaul moved forward.

Suppes said those in support of the recall continued their efforts due to concerns regarding CodeNext.

The council gave a final 4-3 vote approving CodeNext in a meeting on Sept. 25 despite months of protests from residents.

Sierra, Nunnenkamp, Anderson and Kolnik voted in favor of CodeNext while District 4 Councilmember Steve Ward, At-Large Councilmember Rita Russell and At-Large Council Member Jim Woodward voted no.

To view the results and for more information on the recall visit https://www.englewoodco.gov/government/election-information/2023-recall-special-election.

Katie Wilberding Cross running unopposed for Englewood School Board

Katie Wilberding Cross is running unopposed for a seat on the Englewood Schools Board of Education in the Nov. 7 General Election.Wilberding Cross said she cares “deeply about children, families, and the Englewood community.”“My husband and I have lived in Englewood for over 10 years and have established a strong community both within the Englewood Schools network and beyond,” Wilberding Cross said. “Our two children have always attended schools within the district and I have consistently been invo...

Katie Wilberding Cross is running unopposed for a seat on the Englewood Schools Board of Education in the Nov. 7 General Election.

Wilberding Cross said she cares “deeply about children, families, and the Englewood community.”

“My husband and I have lived in Englewood for over 10 years and have established a strong community both within the Englewood Schools network and beyond,” Wilberding Cross said. “Our two children have always attended schools within the district and I have consistently been involved with their schools.”

Wilberding Cross said she has served on numerous school and district committees to help share the voice of parents and guardians and increase her knowledge of public education.

“I believe both my work and personal experiences make me a good candidate for the school board,” she said. “My mom is a retired teacher and both of my parents instilled in me the value of education. I grew up with twin sisters with disabilities, so was able to see what parent advocacy in schools looked and felt like.”

Wilberding Cross said she is a social worker that has experience as a child and family therapist and she currently serves as a non-profit leader.

“I lead the United for Schools program at Mile High United Way which collaborates with community members, schools, districts, community-based organizations and government entities to align efforts and improve student outcomes,” she said.

For Wilberding Cross the top issues she’d like to address as a board member are “declining enrollment and substantial shortfalls in funding.”

“Even though I’m not on the board yet, I think the Debt-Free Mill Levy has the potential to be a huge win for Englewood Schools and the community by addressing some of these budget issues,” Wilberding Cross said. “Starting in December when I am officially on the board, I hope to collaborate with the other school board members, district staff and city leaders to co-create solutions to address declining enrollment and the impacts of this reality.”

As a board member, Wilberding Cross said she hopes to prioritize “shared decision-making with students, families, school staff and community members.”

“I also know many school boards across the Denver Metro region and the country have become divisive and political. In my time on the board, I plan to avoid these divisive politics and consistently remain focused on what is best for children, families and the community,” she said.

Wilberding Cross said she is “looking forward to deepening her understanding and involvement in the district and in the greater community.”

“I look forward to being a community leader who advocates for all children and families in the community,” she said. “I am honored to serve on the board of education for Englewood Schools. I look forward to collaborating with the community to co-create solutions which best support our students, families, the district and Englewood.”

New floral bar bookstore in Englewood is a peaceful reprieve from busy life

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Summer is a great time to slow down and take a break from busy schedules.

And an Englewood bookstore invites you to come relax in their serene setting. You're in good company this week with Petals & Pages.

The new space just opened in Englewood, inside the Birdsall and Co. Garden Boutique.

Dylah Ray is the owner Petals & Pages, a floral bar and bookstore to complement her adjoining coffee shop The Botanical Bakery.

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"You know, you can have a lavender latte, something that's a little soothing," Ray said. "And have a baked good. My favorite right now is our lemon meringue tart."

The idea to combine the two stemmed from her downtime during the COVID-19 pandemic, as a getaway from her corporate and political careers.

"I was just busy all the time," Ray said. "I was traveling. I was stressed. So, I wanted to fuse that relaxing feeling I got being in the garden, gardening with fresh flowers, and baking."

In its short time, it has flourished as a place to reconnect.

"All of the poems that are on our arrangements are from a local poet in our community," said Ray.

It's a place where you're encouraged to slow down, have conversations with friends, or get lost in a book. Petals & Pages also hosts open mic night on the first Thursday of each month.

"It's where people could share poems and music," Ray said. "We started creating this very vibrant and talented community of poets, musicians, artists."

You can even attend one of their art classes, write a book review, or create your own flower bouquet at their floral bar.

It's an urban oasis that's become a welcome escape.

"I think in the future, we'd like to have a bigger bookstore — a bigger footprint so we can offer even more of those services," Ray said.

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