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Hoping to engage with residents from all spectrums in the city, Westminster city council is seeking to form an Inclusivity Advisory Board. The board would be responsible for activities to help build a strong, supportive community and assisting … more
Westminster residents will see increases to both their water and wastewater rates in 2015 and 2016. For each year, the water rate will increase by 4 percent and the sewer rate will increase by 6.25 percent, equating to an additional $2.80 per … more
The Curb Your Frustration campaign is under way and is educating people who travel along U.S. 36 to reduce vehicle travel demand. The primary goal of the program is to ease congestion on U.S. 36 by decreasing single occupancy vehicle travel. … more
The Denver Regional Council of Governments and 36 Commuting Solutions will host an open house about connectivity to Bus Rapid Transit stations along the U.S. 36 corridor, 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1, at 8001 Arista Place, Broomfield. Short … more
2015 philosophies: General Fund • Maintain $25 million or more • Only used for one-time expenditures • Efficiently target spending • Salaries and Benefits • Maintenance Standards Realities: • Employee … more
The Board of County Commissioners approved the 2015 proposed budget for Jeffco last Tuesday, which is subject to additional review and adjustments before it is adopted in December. But employee pay and benefits continue only sluggish improvements … more
Metro North Chamber of Commerce, the Denver Regional Council of Governments, and Suncor hosted six congressional candidates during a debate on Oct. 14 at the Adams 12 Five Star School District headquarters. Candidates in attendance were incumbents … more
The Metro North Chamber of Commerce is endorsing and supporting the ballot questions in five Adams County school Districts. Chamber CEO Angela Habben said a quality education is a pivotal in attracting new business to the area and retaining business … more
A Westminster man was arrested for wire fraud and money laundering. On Oct. 9, Timothy Tucker, 51, was charged with 10 counts of wire fraud and six counts of money laundering. He was indicted by a federal grand jury in Denver on Oct. 7, and the … more
The St. Anthony North Health Campus will open to the public in less than six months. Employees at St. Anthony North at 84th Avenue in Westminster are prepping for the big March 2 move north to 144th Avenue and Interstate 25. “Waiting for the … more
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