Aurora Officially Passes Urban Camping Ban

By Matt Connelly
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On Monday night, Aurora’s city council officially passed an urban camping ban on a 6-5 vote with Mayor Mike Coffman casting the deciding vote. The ban will take effect next month.
In 2021, Aurora elected new conservative city council members who promised to get things done and last night’s vote is further evidence they are getting to work for the PEOPLE. 
Denver’s liberal media complex does not support the actions and liberal news station 9News spent close to four minutes last night trying to push back against the vote. 
9News anchor Kyle Clark also recently urged all residents in the Denver area to carry Narcan to help solve the fentanyl crisis. 
According to the Denver Gazette, “The ban will prohibit all urban camping on private and public property within Aurora. It also requires a 72-hour notice before an unauthorized camp is shut down and for the city to have shelter available for those staying at the camp at the time it is being abated. If shelter space is not available, the city would not touch the camp, according to the ban.”
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Matt Connelly is the Founder of Campfire Colorado and Campfire Media.