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Council unanimously adopted Resolution No. 5 awarding Category B-1 Service Commitments to the Connections at Westminster Single Family Detached Residential project; Resolution No. 6 awarding Category B-1 Service Commitments to the Huron Plaza Single … more
Council unanimously adopted Resolution No. 12, Resolution No. 13, and Resolution No. 14 authorizing the city manager to execute three intergovernmental agreements between the City of Westminster and the Colorado Department of Transportation, CDOT, … more
Westminster City Council voted on the following legislation during the Feb. 9 meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Herb Atchison and councilors Alberto Garcia, Bruce Baker, Emma Pinter, Bob Briggs and Anita Seitz. more
A new program through 36 Commuting Solutions is giving employees working near U.S. 36 a chance to travel to and from work for free. The RTD Master EcoPass pilot program provides unlimited rides on all RTD local, express and regional service, … more
An Adams County judge ruled in favor of the county in a lawsuit filed by residents opposing the stormwater utility fee, who believe the fee is actually a tax. On Feb. 9, Judge Mark Warner ruled that the stormwater utility charge is a fee, not a … more
The state Legislature moved closer Feb. 12 to a partisan showdown over granting driver's licenses to immigrants in the country illegally. The GOP Senate gave preliminary approval last week to a bill blocking funds for the state agency that … more
A high school student who was the victim of repeated bullying on social media looked on from her wheelchair Feb. 13 as the Colorado House advanced legislation that would create new criminal penalties for online harassment. The sponsor of House … more
Colorado finally learned Feb. 10 how much tax revenue it collected from recreational marijuana in the first year of sales, and the haul was below estimates — about $44 million. The release of December sales taxes gave Colorado its first full … more
A simmering dispute over liability in home construction is heating up at the Colorado General Assembly. On Feb. 10, a bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced Senate Bill 177, which addresses the construction-defects law. The law governs how … more
A revolutionary new disaster prediction system could be integrated as a tool for first responders statewide. State Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp has championed the technology developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder … more
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