Mayor Michael Hancock is promoting a series of plans for the city that spans the next 20 years.
Denver's affordability and gentrification were major topics during the speech.
He'll outline a program to shield current residents from displacement, and teach new residents about the history of certain neighborhoods.
Councilmember Flynn stands by his proposal, which he says adds more accountability through additional reporting requirements.
From 2013 to 2017, the airport provided $426,436 in travel to the mayor’s office and city council, mostly business class overseas flights.
Colorado was awarded the 1976 Winter Olympics, but later said “no thanks” and the games went to Innsbruck, Austria, instead.
Top officials argue they shouldn’t have to report this kind of travel because the city is the city, and the city can’t donate to, or influence itself.
To double its affordable housing fund the city would also reappropriate some money from the general fund.
Michael Hancock called for Robert White to use more professionalism and ordered an to overhaul the way the department handles open records requests.