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After years of removing graffiti from the electrical box on the corner of Eppinger Boulevard and Washington Street, Thornton City decided to fight fire with fire. Or, rather, paint with paint. The city commissioned artist Jay Michael Jaramillo … more
A bill introduced in the state Legislature by the Democratic speaker of the House and the Republican Senate president would seek voter approval to raise the state sales tax to help pay for Colorado's transportation needs. Colorado's growing … more
There is a gap in funding for this year's GAPP. The Standley Lake "Gators' After Prom Party" draws hundreds of the school's junior and senior prop partiers each year, but this year's festivities may be cancelled without a surge of community … more
Colorado Community Media reporter Stephanie Mason interviewed Robert Golden, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, about the impact of rising home prices on the … more
What Sam Bailey enjoys most about Jefferson County is the community’s gusto. “Jefferson County happens to be the place where the pioneering spirit still thrives and fosters an appetite to be engaged in the community,” he said. Bailey, … more
The City of Westminster will continue investigating a citywide trash collection program but without requiring residents to participate. City councilors directed staff to get bids from trash haulers for a municipal curbside collection program … more
For housing officials in the North Metro area, the search is on for the missing middle. “We know we need to diversify across income levels,” said Jenni Grafton. “There are needs at the lower end of that scale all the way up. We need a … more
Heavy high country snows have local water officials happy but cautious about this summer’s water supply. “The big snow events in the metro area honestly do not help us,” said Emily Hunt, Thornton’s water resources manager. “We’d … more
While mayors around the metro area are backing a state legislative effort restricting construction defects lawsuits that they say discourage the building of attainable housing — such as condominiums and townhomes — critics say it would take away … more
Londa Mull isn't your typical couch surfer. “I'm technically homeless, and I chose this,” she said with a smile. After her four adult children moved out, Mull, a 50-year-old former real estate broker's assistant, began looking for a … more
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