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After a 6-1 vote, council approved the Police Department’s cumulative expenditures in 2014 to the North Metro Task Force in an amount not to exceed $81,081. A current Intergovernmental Agreement establishes the NMTF as a separate legal entity … more
Council unanimously approved a contract with the low bidder, T. Lowell Construction, Inc. in the amount of $858,000 for construction of new water mains at Vance Street and 90th Avenue, plus a 15 percent contingency of $128,700, for a total … more
Council unanimously adopted Resolution No. 19 officially appointing John Stutts to fill the vacancy created by Lillian Cox’s resignation on the Personnel Board. In May Cox resigned from the Personnel Board because she wanted to be an eligible … more
The Adams County Board of Commissioners invite residents to participate in a Telephone Town Hall Meeting on 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23. Participants will be given the opportunity to discuss issues and ask questions from the comfort of … more
Beginning in October, construction will commence on the rehabilitation and recoating of the Hydropillar, an elevated water storage tank in Westminster. The Hydropillar is one of 12 storage tanks in the city, which are necessary to provide water … more
During the Sept. 8 Westminster city council meeting, mayor pro tem Faith Winter recognized and acknowledge the incoming 2014-2015 Youth Advisory Panel members. The new members are: Christian Femrite from Legacy High School, Ryan Blay from Jefferson … more
Hyland Hills Hockey Association hosted their annual Back-to-Hockey Day on Sept. 6 in Honor of Danny Dietz, who was killed in the Afghanistan War on June 28, 2005.  Two of the midget teams wore the Danny Dietz Military Salute Jersey for their season … more
Tanglewood Creek Trail was recently completed between 121st and 123rd avenues, now making one continuous trail between 121st and 128th avenues, located between I-25 and Huron Street.In addition, the Tanglewood Creek channel and Timberlake Pond were … more
As one of the council members who helped the city of Thornton weather the recession, Beth Martinez Humenik said she wants to use her leadership skills as the next state senator for District 24. Humenik was elected to the Thornton City Council in … more
County Commissioner Faye Griffin has been one of Jefferson County’s most enduring employees with almost 40 years of service. She has held several leadership roles such as clerk and recorder, county treasurer and county commissioner. While … more
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