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After a 5-1 vote, council passed Councilor’s Bill No. 19 on first reading appropriating FY2013 carryover funds into the FY2014 budgets of the General, General Fund Stabilization Reserve, General Capital Improvement, Utility, Utility Reserve, Storm … more
After a 5-1 vote, council adopted Resolution No. 13 permitting reimbursement for costs incurred for capital projects from the proceeds of bond issuance, loans, or other forms of financing, such as capital lease financing via Certificates of … more
Traditional meets new is the idea behind year’s Adams County Fair, which is celebrating its 110th anniversary. Co-Fair manager Melanie Snodell said that while there have been a lot of changes over the last century, she feels the purpose of the … more
For the last several years, staff at the city of Westminster has been investigating alternative energy measures the city and residents can utilize. The search is over now, after the city approved a partnership with SunShare, a Denver-based … more
Community Reach Center offers several opportunities to receive free Mental Health First Aid training this summer with Adult and Youth modules available. The Adult Module covers signs, symptoms and behaviors associated with various mental health … more
The Regional Transportation District (RTD) contractor for the Gold Line/Northwest Rail FasTracks, Denver Transit Partners, have closed Lowell Boulevard at the railroad crossing between I-76 and 62nd Avenue for continued construction. Work is … more
Edgar Antillon’s reason for running for House District 32 is simply to restore freedom. The Commerce City resident says he promises to always fight for freedom, rights and success of all constituents. “Restoring our freedom is a major … more
Luke McCulloch considers himself a competitive person. So when it the opportunity arose to compete in the SkillsUSA program, the 16-year-old Broomfield resident jumped at the opportunity to take the skills he learned in class at Bollman Technical … more
For all those frustrated people who’ve dropped their cell phone in the water, TekDry is the answer. Founders Adam Cookson of Broomfield, Eric Jones of Westminster and Craig Beinecke of Lakewood use a patented drying technology to quickly and … more
Polls in two key statewide races released last week indicated conflicting results that are being taken with a grain of salt by political observers. One poll showed good news for Gov. John … more
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