Keyword: Anita Seitz
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Westminster mayor attends transportation bill signing

Westminster Mayor Anita Seitz attended the June 17 bill signing. While she was quick to say that the city council had kept a neutral position on the bill (3-3 vote), she said that speaking for … more

Westminster council fails to fill vacant seat after 99 rounds of voting

Westminster City Council was not able to appoint someone to a vacant council seat after 99 rounds of voting, topping the council's previous 78-round record. During a 2 1/2-hour special meeting on … more

Evenly split Westminster council interviews finalists for vacancy

Westminster City Council interviewed candidates for a seventh councilor who will potentially be a tie-breaking vote on water rates and other issues the council has been evenly split on. Eight … more

Letter to the editor: Healthy Air

Healthy Air for a Healthy Summer Summer is on the way, but unfortunately, sunny skies also mean a likely increase of an unwelcome summer visitor: ground-level ozone. Westminster, and the metro area, … more

The political fault lines of Westminster’s recall

Scott Gessler, former Colorado Secretary of State and attorney for the Westminster Water Warriors, filed a lawsuit in January against the city of Westminster for disqualifying recall petitions. The … more

Westminster council selects mayor pro tem after 78 rounds of voting

After six hours and 78 rounds of voting for the next mayor pro tem, Westminster City Council concluded its May 10 meeting the next morning at 1 a.m., after Councilor David DeMott received just enough … more

Adams County judge sides with Westminster recall group

An Adams County district court judge ruled in favor of the Westminster recall group, the Westminster Water Warriors, in its lawsuit against the city and ordered Westminster City Clerk Michelle Parker … more

Westminster water rates are political. How is that affecting council?

Last year, a recall effort centered around Westminster’s water rates began. Since then, the City Council held five study sessions to engage the community in the process to set 2022 rates. After, … more
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