Generally, Denver has a first-rate reputation as a city to live in and do business. Unfortunately, a handful of Denver City Council members and other city officials see their jobs more like union shop stewards than representatives of the residents and taxpayers. Nothing will sink the city’s finances or job attraction potential quicker than a reputation for municipal corruption and underhanded dealings with city contracts.
See Denver Post:
Chamber right to question council
Denver metro chamber demands City Council e-mails over union fears