Officials will examine “opportunities and challenges” in measure that is most stringent in U.S.
By Jon Murray | The Denver Post
Mayor Michael Hancock opposed the Denver Green Roof Initiative but said Wednesday, as votes still were being counted, that his administration was taking its probable passage to heart.
“We have always made a good-faith effort to implement the initiatives — once the people have spoken, that’s our job,” he said.
Hancock was joined by city council members in saying they would respect the will of voters as some officials rushed Wednesday to get their arms around a voter initiative that, if certified, would give Denver the most stringent, far-reaching green-roof mandate in the nation at the start of next year.