The Denver Post
By Ray Mark Rinaldi
THE SPOT BLOG
Nine of Denver's largest cultural institutions would receive a windfall of capital improvement cash under a mayor's office plan to spend the last of the money voters agreed to borrow for building improvements in 2007.
The $57 million remaining from the Better Denver bond initiatives would fund a new shared parking lot for The Denver Zoo and the Museum of Nature & Science; a new amphitheater in Ruby Hill Park and a pedestrian bridge over Champa Street connecting the Denver Performing Arts Center to the Colorado Convention Center parking garage.