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Federal rules, especially those pertaining to immigration, trump local policies, according to three Westminster City Council candidates at a Oct. 10 forum. “We have federal laws on immigration, and I feel we need to follow those,” candidate … more
As Election Day 2017 approaches, voters need to begin comparing and contrasting the various candidates seeking public office in their communities. With that in mind, Colorado Community Media asked the candidates to answer some simple questions in … more
As the campaigns for Westminster mayoral and city council candidates reach a key milestone in the respective races, the highest-priority topic, in my opinion, is the whole discussion of new development/redevelopment in Westminster. This has … more
Westminster will have four years to figure out a new use for the 11-acre parcel at 104th Avenue and Westminster Boulevard now that the Butterfly Pavilion has decided to move its base of operation to Broomfield. In a written statement, Westminster … more
Paint and sip studio benefits hurricane victims A chain of nationally franchised painting and wine studios based in Houston is planning events to benefit victims of the 2017 hurricane season. Pinot’s Palette, a network of 137 studios across … more
With work on Amazon’s Thornton warehouse moving along on schedule, Metro North city officials say they may be ready for more involvement from the retail giant. “Practically speaking, we are going to see growth in this region that will be of … more
About me I am from Winnipeg, Manitoba. My husband Paul and I met in Japan in 1991 and we married there in 1994. His brother, sister-in-law and mother were living in Boulder and we thought we would stay with family for a bit to acclimate to North … more
The race to fill three opening seats on the Westminster City Council hadn’t even officially started Aug. 25 and already the differences between the candidates were becoming clear. Eight of the ten registered candidates seeking a council … more
City Councilors said it was the right project but the wrong approach as they gave the final go-ahead Aug. 14 to a water tank replacement project. “The statement has been made that staff was working on this for a long time,” said Mayor Pro Tem … more
Westminster officials will take the stage at the Church Ranch event center Aug. 30 to talk about where the city has come from and forecast where it’s headed. Mayor Herb Atchison and Economic Development Director John Hall will give the main … more
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