Yep, I picked up another pair of "Single Family Homes For Sale" around Cherry Creek right after the bountiful harvest of the previous day.
Also found a good number of "Teriffic Apartments For Rent" up and down Colorado Blvd. Vertical core Corplast and wonderful swoop cutting possible.
CAUSS has done great things around Denver in my estimation. I drive through areas where there used to be regular and frequent spamming and now I don't see any thing. But! Eternal Vigilance. And if you don't have the time or inclination to actually shark anything yourself, at least post your sightings for others to react to.
And CAN'T something be done with the city? Why are we not able to get something effective on the books. Scottsdale sure has some legislation that works. Other communities as well. There's bound to be no end of good examples elsewhere. What's it take to make it happen here?
#1. "Prerequisites to clean up metro Denver" In response to Reply # 0
I think the following would be required:
1. Implementation of the "end benefactor rule" like in Dallas. This means that the entity advertised on the spam is responsible and can be prosecuted (as opposed to just the person placing the spam).
2. A real commitment by CE in all cities in metro Denver to aggressively eliminate spam and prosecute spammers. For example, Northglen sends CE out on weekends to remove spam. Yet Lakewood and other sities have said that with limited funds, spam is not a priority.
The way to address both of these issues is to take it to City Council meetings. Go to Council meetings, sign up to speak, and take a lot of spam for props.