Englewood as a town is merged, via its growth, with the south edge of Denver. In fact all towns, to the four cardinal points of Denver are merged, via growth, with Denver including Golden.
Anyway, all surrounding towns are bedroom communities for workers who work in Denver. Somehow, the tax laws for business force business to be in expensive downtown Denver, forcing many workers to commute downtown and pay astronomical downtown monthly parking fees and parking tickets. In that regard, the Denver govt very hostile to workers. cj
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