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The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District reauthorization bill, SB-016, falls short of good government ideals. Here's why: Accountability SB-016 assesses tax through 2030, funding Tier … more
The other day I was listening to sports talk radio — I think a lot of us have been listening to sports talk this week — and I heard one of the talkers describe a Denver Broncos player (maybe Aqib Talib) as “a human Red Bull.” I hear … more
Finally, the U.S. Supreme Court is going to weigh in on one of President Obama’s executive orders. The case in point is his 2014 action regarding immigration, in which he acted without congressional legislation to shield up to 5 million … more
As the father of a 3 ½-year-old and a relative newlywed (my marriage is as young as my daughter), I’ve realized over the past couple of years there’s nothing more satisfying than watching someone — or someplace — you love grow. The … more
I have been “around” local government for more than 50 years, going back to my first job with the City of Pittsburg, Kansas, after receiving my business administration degree at Pittsburg State University. As with a lot of different professions … more
The past year has been one of progress and promise for our city. There are no better examples of this than two major projects that will change the way our community is viewed, both throughout Colorado and our nation. The Downtown Westminster and … more
As new issues bubble up to the surface regarding the conflict between Colorado’s marijuana law and federal law that prohibits the manufacture and trade of marijuana, it becomes more apparent that major problems exist. The initiators of the … more
I am sure that you have seen the lists too, you know the kind I am talking about, right? Those lists that provide us with “The Best States to Live In,” “The Best Doctors,” “The Best Diets,” “The Best Restaurants” and the “Best” … more
Is Christmas celebration appropriate when we have troubles and sorrow? Is it possible? This is the most wonderful time of the year. The lights, the music, and hustle and bustle of shopping warm our hearts and brighten our spirits during this time … more
Before reading more of this column, I want to encourage readers to enjoy the festive lights at the Butterfly Pavilion and the Christmas decorations at Westminster City Hall during the holidays. “Living Lights” is a magical journey through the … more
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