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Thornton council approves drone restrictions

Thornton City council members voted unanimously to approve city code that would allow people who use unmanned aircraft systems, or drones, to harass, annoy or observe another person to be fined up to … more

Westminster considers ending sewer moratorium

City Councilors could vote to end a moratorium on new projects north of 92nd Avenue at their March 25 meeting. Councilors approved a first reading motion March 11 to end the moratorium s of April 29, … more

Four hats in the ring for Westminster Council

The political season is underway, at the Westminster level at least, with four candidates registering to run to fill the three seats opening on the Westminster City Council in November. So far, … more

Letter to the Editor: Westminster made right choice

City council vacancies Bill Christopher apparently thinks that what we need is an election, even though we are just now coming out of our foxholes from the last one. Such a special election would … more

Westminster council fills last vacancies

The Westminster City Council is back up to its full seven-member complement after appointing two replacements at their Jan. 28 meeting. Councilors selected Michele Haney, president at Red Rocks … more

With vacancies, Westminster missed chance to be transparent

By the time you are reading this opinion column, the die will have been cast. What am I referring to when I say this? It isn’t a resolution to the stalemate between President Trump and the … more

Letter to the Editor: Good old girls club?

Good Old Girls club? I’m sorry that Sen Winter decided that people being upset about how the Westminster City Council decided to fill their empty seats somehow means that we are “upset with women … more

Zoning law drafting process hits final stretch

After more than a year of steady work drafting a new zoning ordinance, Northglenn city planners are ready to present a final draft of the document to council for approval. The City Council has … more

Westminster council interviews continue

Councilors met with the first half of potential City Council candidates Jan. 17, part of a multi-day effort to fill two vacant spots. Councilors took turn asking pre-written questions of nine … more

Some perspective on Emerge Colorado

Recently through various social media posts and through Bill Christopher’s most recent column there has been a lot of concern that Emerge has too much power in Westminster. I think this is … more

True picture of Emerge

Bill Christopher’s recent columns demonstrate a not-so-subtle sexism and personal bent towards paranoia that are all-too-common in politics today. Emerge Colorado is an … more

The increasing impact of a partial government shutdown

Who is being hurt the most by President Trump’s demands for $5.7 billion for his “Wall” which in turn has caused a partial federal government shutdown? Would you say it is the Central American … more

Voters are aware

I want to thank Mr. Christopher for his reporting on Westminster City Council’s selection of a new council member (Jan. 3 “Awarding the work that goes into community … more

Thornton council interviews Ward 3 applicants

Thornton City Councilors should select their next colleague to fill the senior Ward 3 seat at their Jan. 22 meeting. Former City Councilor Josh Zygielbaum officially resigned his Ward 3 seat … more

More questions for City Council candidates

Westminster’s city councilors will narrow their focus as they work to replace the last two of three council colleagues who stepped down in the wake of November’s election. Councilors decided Jan. … more

More questions for Council candidates

Westminster's city councilors will narrow their focus as they work to replace the last two of three council colleagues who stepped down in the wake of November's election. Councilors decided Jan. … more

Letter to the Editor: Ethically deficient

Thanks to Bill Christopher for his column, January 3, 2019, specifically his discussion on the filling of the council vacancies. I agree with his observation. While technically … more

Awarding the work that goes into community building

The Westminster Legacy Foundation is calling for nominations to honor and recognize individuals, businesses, groups and organizations for outstanding community service, volunteerism, leadership and … more

Non-partisan: Westminster openings highlight troubling trend

Political uneasiness and maneuvering have ratcheted up in Westminster more than I have seen it in many years. The city has been less than stellar in the past few months in its handling of sensitive … more

Stocking stuffers and state legislation

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Toys in all the stores (and online!)” Christmas decorations have popped up in the neighborhoods along with the various public displays at the city … more
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