About

Berkeley Regis United Neighbors (BRUN), is a Denver Registered Neighborhood Organization made up of residents and property owners working together both internally and with other city coalitions to KEEP our neighborhood great by advocating for the community's best interests and organizing events where residents can meet and get to know the great people who live near by.

More people getting involved means we can do more for our community -- please join us for our next meeting or social event!

To become a new member of our Neighborhood Organization or renew your membership, please click here.

  • From the blog

    Feb 2019 meeting minutes

    February 19, 2019 BRUN Meeting Notes

    Call to order at 6:02 pm

    Introductions and induction of new board members:

    • David Marshall
    • Kelly Merrion
    • Jackie Cooper
    • Erin Walls
    • Eli Madden

    Voted in at annual meeting

    • Keely Scott
    • Erin Spear
    • Joe Sertich

    Nominations for Officer Positions  

    • New President: Niki Schwab
    • New Vice President: Kasi Steinheimer
    • New Secretary: Mike Nulty
    • Treasurer: Stan Ford

    Nominations for Committee Chair

    • Zoning: Milo Schwab (Interim); Mike Nulty to take over in May
    • Membership/Communications: Kelly Merrion
    • Events: Steve Teitelbaum

    Committee Updates

    Treasurer’s Update: update on NationBuilder accounts; current account is $2,795

    Regis update by Jay April: candidate forum for City Council hosted by your local RNOs to take place at Regis. March 20, 2019, location and time TBD. See Facebook page and website for details on event.

    Sustainability update by Jay April

    Open Mic:

    • GMs of The Joint
    • City Council candidate – Scott Durrah; meet and greet on Thursday, 2/21, Café Brazil 6 pm. See his website, wwww.Scott4denver.com.
    • Marc – update on Baptist Church at 44th and Irving

    Yates Tavern Project Update

    • Developers are requesting a 60 day extension of the March 7 hearing date; BRUN will post new date as soon as it is available. Developers will request an evening hearing time again.

    Adjourn

     

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    2019 Annual Meeting Agenda

    ANNUAL MEETING AGENDA: FEB 6TH  2019

     

    1. LEANNE: OVERVIEW OF TONIGHT’S AGENDA /PRESIDENT’S REPORT/UPDATE YATES THEATRE: NEW HEARING DATE MARCH 8TH, DEVELOPER TO ATTEND NEXT BRUN MEETING ON TUESDAY, FEB 19TH.

     

    1. HISTORIC BERKELEY-REGIS (TOM SIMMONS) – PROVIDING A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF OUR NEIGHBORHOOD (10 MIN)

     

    1. SPEAKERS:

     

    • DENVER SUSTAINABILITY REPORT (10 MIN)

     

    • DENVER FIRE AND POLICE: NEIGHBORHOOD REPORTS/ 3 speakers fROM DPD: Bradley Whitfield city attny. Robert Gibbs Community Resource Officer and Commander Jeff Martinez - INFORMATION ON “the Right to Survive Initiative” that will be on Denver’s May Municipal Election Ballot (15 MIN)

     

    • DISTRICT 1 UPDATE- COUNCILMAN ESPINOZA (10 MIN)

     

    1. COMMITTEE REPORTS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

     

    • -ZONING(MICHELLE) 5 MINUTES
    • -COMMUNICATIONS (EMILY) 5 MINUTES
    • -EVENTS /GNA’S (STEVE) 5 MINUTES

     

    1. STAN: BREAKDOWN OF QUALITIES WE’RE ARE LOOKING FOR IN NEW BOARD MEMBERS. (5 MIN)

     

    1. VOTING FOR NEW BOARD MEMBERS: LEANNE/ROSE/MIKE B.

     

    ***OPEN BOARD POSITIONS FOR 2019: 10 POSITIONS***

     

    ADJOURN

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  • Upcoming events

    Denver Decides: Districts 9 & Clerk and Recorder First forum
    Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 06:00 PM
    Johnson Rec Center in Denver, CO

    A Community Partnership for Accessible, Transparent Elections, Denver Decides is a coalition of community civic organizations in Denver comprised of Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation, League of Women Voters, and Historic Denver in cooperation with various neighborhood and civic organizations.

    For information about the Denver Decides events, program series or community partnership please contact:

    PLEASE NOTE: When a City Council seat is not contested, the incumbent will be invited to be interviewed for 15 minutes. This will include a two minute introduction of himself/herself, questions from the moderator, and a closing statement.

    Additionally, if  one opponent  does not appear, the remaining candidate will be interviewed for 15 minutes as above.

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    Public Health through Climate Action: Adams County Forum
    Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 06:30 PM
    Mother Tucker Brewery in Thornton, CO

    Join us on Thursday, March 28th at Mother Tucker Brewery for a discussion about public health and climate change in Colorado and how Adams County’s state representatives can defend our future from air pollution and rising temperatures. Speakers to be announced.

    Come grab a drink and some food at 6:30 p.m. and settle in before speakers begin at 7 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask speakers questions before we wrap up the forum at 8 p.m. -- but everyone is encouraged to stick around and mingle with other Coloradans who are passionate about protecting our communities’ health and future.

    Kids are welcome!

    Transportation: parking is available at the brewery. Mother Tucker is also near stops for the 120 and 92 buses.

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