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Digging for history at Golden’s Astor House

Archaeology isn’t all holy grails and temples of doom — there’s also community archaeology, which focuses on members of the community exploring the stories of people who lived their lives in … 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

Letter to the Editor: Westminster Recall was about more than water

Westminster Recall was about more than water As a member of the Defend Westminster group, I take exception to the allegation that our group made this recall into a partisan endeavor. I submit that … more

Voelz survives Westminster recall election

Jon Voelz will keep his seat on Westminster City Council after unofficial results in Tuesday’s recall election show him with 62 percent of total votes. “I’m glad the common sense … 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

Partisanship a theme of recall campaigning

Though Westminster’s pro- and anti-recall election groups say they are not motivated by partisanship, an analysis of campaign materials and new financial filings show that Democratic and … more

Recall election groups: Westminster Water Warriors

The following Q&A, which was part of a recall election guide published in a recent print issue of the Westminster Window, has been edited for length and clarity. The recall election guide included Q&As with the two candidates involved in the recall election, Jon Voelz and Kathleen Dodaro, and the two groups campaigning for either side, Defend Westminster and the Westminster Water Warriors. more

Recall election groups: Defend Westminster

The following Q&A, which was part of a recall election guide published in a recent print issue of the Westminster Window, has been edited for length and clarity. The recall election guide included Q&As with the two candidates involved in the recall election, Jon Voelz and Kathleen Dodaro, and the two groups campaigning for either side, Defend Westminster and the Westminster Water Warriors. more

Recall election candidates: Jon Voelz

Question about Voelz that voters are making a decision about in recall election: Should he be recalled from office? Window: Tell us a little about yourself and involvement in the community. Jon … more

Recall election candidates: Kathleen Dodaro

Question about Dodaro that voters are making a decision about in recall election: Should she be elected to council if Voelz is recalled? Window: Tell us a little about yourself and your involvement … more

Westminster recall election 2021

On Tuesday, July 20, there will be a recall election for Westminster City Councilor Jon Voelz. Mail ballots have already been sent out and in-person polling centers open July 12. In addition to … more

Westminster recall money flows outside city

On both sides of Westminster’s recall election, money is flowing to and from political power players outside the city’s borders. The “to” and “from” are where the … 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

Thornton reverses Weld water pipeline denial

Thornton can start building a segment of a water pipeline in Weld County, even though the Weld County Board of Commissioners told the city no two months ago. On Tuesday night, Thornton City Council … more

Water revives debate about city authority in Brighton

After a year’s break, Brighton City Council once again debated city staff’s jurisdiction over water issues when Mayor Pro Tem Matt Johnston led a charge to limit the city manager’s authority … more

Thornton to overrule Weld pipeline denial

Following the Weld County Board of Commissioners' decision to deny the city of Thornton's application to build a water pipeline through the county, Thornton intends to use a state statute to overrule … more

Westminster water rates shot down

Westminster water and sewer rates won’t go up next year by 3.9 and 5.5. percent, respectively, Westminster City Council decided at a June 14 meeting. Five members of the city council voted against … 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

Thornton files civil complaint against Weld County board over pipeline vote

The city of Thornton formally went to court against the Weld County Board of Commissioners after the board denied the city's application to build a water pipeline through the county. The board's … more
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