The Fate of Providence at the Heights

The Providence at the Heights housing project for people with disabilities experiencing homelessness got a second chance, and approval, Monday night in front of Aurora City Council.  

After hours of testimony inside a packed city council chambers, the measure was passed on a 6-5 vote, with council members Allison Hiltz, Nicole Johnston, Angela Lawson, Crystal Murillo, Johny Watson and mayor Bob LeGare in favor of the project.

Council members Bob Roth, Charlie Richardson, Marsha Berzins, Francoise Bergan and Dave Gruber voted against approving the project’s site plan.

The site plan for the project at 15602 E. Alameda Parkway, was brought to city council members........

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