City Streets

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Talk about paving College Avenue from Laporte to Oak (two blocks), the three intersections at Laporte, Mountain and Oak, and the one block from College to the passenger Depot along Laporte. The plan was to first lay gas and sewer lines. Road paving would either be done by the city or an outside contractor, but the businesses along the street would have to cover the costs. The street and intersections would be paved with concrete. (The Weekly Courier, July 2, 1915)

“D. & I. TO BUILD NEW LOOP BUT REMOVE DOWNTOWN TRACKAGE

GOUNCILMEN SAY THEY HAVE NO AUTHORITY AS PROPERTY OWNERS ENTER A VIGOROUS PROTEST AGAINST THE TAKING UP OF TRACKS IN FOUR BLOCKS

The Denver and Interurband electric line, owned by the Colorado & Southern, will remove the tracks on College avenue, from West Mountain avenue to Jefferson street and on Jefferson street from College to Linden street before the paving of College avenue is started . At the same time it will remove the two blocks of trackage on Remington street between Edwards and Elizabeth- and connect the track- at the intersection of Remington and Edwards with the Whedbee street line by extending; the track on Edwards three blocks east and two blocks south on Whedbee to the present terminus of the Whedbee street line at the corner of Whedbee and Elizabeth streets.” (The Weekly Courier, May 26, 1916)

“ONE STRETCH OF PAVEMENT FINISHED One stretch of the College avenue pavement has been completed. The last concrete was placed at the north side of Oak street this afternoon and the machine was moved to Walnut street at the Northern hotel. The contractors will start paving on east side of the street car tracks tomorrow morning and move south The paving of the block south of Oak street will not be started until the second strip is completed. When the center of the street is finished, the west side of College will be started.” (The Weekly Courier, August 11, 1916)