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Election Results 2021: Jefferson County - school board, Arvada, Golden, Lakewood, Westminster, Wheat Ridge

Welcome to the Colorado Community Media Election 2021 results page for Jefferson County. Below, you can find links to the races and ballot measures that matter to you, brought to you by the … more

Westminster City Council Election Guide 2021

Candidate profiles for the Westminster City Council and Westminster mayor. more

Mayor questions Thornton councilor’s residency status

Thornton City Councilors will go into a closed-door executive session Oct. 5 to discuss whether Ward 1 City Councilor Jacque Phillips is really living in her ward. Phillips, elected to the City … more

Divide between north metro city council representation and population

The 2020 Census showed that North Denver Metro cities have become more diverse in the past decade, but representation on local city councils has not kept up. About 49% of residents in Brighton, … more

Marijuana excise tax hits Fort Lupton ballot

Fort Lupton City Council voted to put a marijuana excise tax question on November's ballot. Councilman Tommy Holton cast the only no vote of seven that were cast Aug. 31 during a special … more

Randall Peterson resigns from Northglenn City Council

Quite suddenly, another spot opened on the Northglenn City Council after Ward 1 Councilman Randall Peterson resigned Friday.   A city of Northglenn news release said Peterson’s … more

Election 2021: Westminster City Council ballot for November set

Westminster voters could do more than fill a vacant seat this fall — they could elect an entirely new council. With the City Council locked in three-three split, councilors were unable to appoint a … more

Election 2021: Northglenn ballot mixes newcomers, incumbents

Familiar faces will return to the City Council in Northglenn's Ward 4, but that's the only ward that changes are not expected, or at least possible. Both seats in Ward 4 were on the block in … more

Election 2021: Thornton City Council seats ballot set

Thornton's Ward 3 will see a different face on the City Council next year as Council veteran Sam Nizam steps down. Nizam is the only incumbent on the City Council not seeking another term. Instead, … more

Letter to the Editor: Tiger stripes

Tiger stripes Nice of Bruce Baker, in his recent letter to the editor, to switch registration from Republican to Unaffiliated. So now he’s non-partisan? It takes more than checking a box on a … more

Letter to the Editor: All space to grow

Candidate: Space to grow I’m running for Westminster City Council as a voice for change - to bring hope, dignity, and opportunity for everyone. I’m heavily involved in the community and I’m a … more

Westminster water rates debate concludes

A debate that kicked off nine months ago about Westminster's water rates for 2022 ended unceremoniously Aug. 10 when the City Council could not reach a consensus about new rates. Three council … more

Candidates talking taxes, marijuana and revenues

The next question for Westminster mayoral and City Council candidates has to do with taxes. Westminster relies heavily on sales and use tax revenues - as do most Colorado municipalities - while its … more

Northglenn council addresses safety at E.B. Rains park

Cleanliness at E.B. Rains, Jr. Memorial Park is one issue, and safety is another, Northglenn City Council determined at a meeting July 12. City councilors have long heard complaints about the park … more

Thornton takes steps towards tackling metro district abuse

The city of Thornton regulates metropolitan districts very little, which developers have taken advantage of. So, the city is looking to close several loopholes, city staff explained at a city council … more

Progress for Westminster water treatment plant amidst hesitation

Despite calls to lower water rates in Westminster and delay utilities capital projects, Westminster City Council gave the green light to an engineering firm to finish the design of a new water … more

Despite progress, shopping center still has far to go

One of the Thornton Shopping Center’s derelict buildings has been demolished, but it still will be a while before the property can be redeveloped, Thornton City Council learned during a July 6 … more

Brighton considers ‘creative’ alternatives for water treatment

Brighton’s water treatment plant is getting older and it’s only able to treat so much water, but the city can’t afford to replace the plant right now. Yet, the plant’s limits are already … more

Water rate compromise hopes fade

Even though Westminster City Council voted 5-1 against the city’s recommendations for 2022 water rates, the six-member council is split on fundamental ideas on which the city’s plan for utilities … more

Northglenn religious buffer zone moves forward

With unanimous support from Northglenn City Council, a new ordinance places stricter limits on protests at religious institutions in town. “I think that this is long overdue for our community, and … more
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