Keyword: Bill Christopher
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Zooming in: Let’s discuss the Thornton Council fuss

The issue has come up about a council member “attending” city council meetings via Internet means such as Zoom in lieu of physical attendance at City Hall. Certainly, this remote meeting practice … more

Growth, water drive fears for Westminster’s future

Recently, I was thinking about the future and wondering how things might play out with the November election. One thing that popped up in my mind is Westminster’s water rates. While a recent tie … more

Vulnerable: How our cities are addressing homelessness

As we know, the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the world including all 50 states in America to varying degrees. Starting in February/March of 2020, we quickly learned the importance of getting tested … more

Ballot issues coming your way with some tax increases

While waiting until the very end of the deadline to get ballot issues on the November 2 election, Westminster city staff recently sought City Council’s direction on five possible propositions. They … more

Could the recall have been avoided? Candidates respond

Westminster citizens, council members and the city government just experienced its first and only divisive recall election of a council member in its 63 years as a home rule city. In part, this shows … more

Local tax incentives for projects bear some scrutiny

There seems to be a growing breeze that hopefully will turn into a strong wind over state tax incentives given to businesses. According to the Washington Post, there is a growing interest in … more

Metro Denver’s office market is soft

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused chaos in every place it has touched. That is true at all levels — local, state, nationally and internationally. We learn more about that impact and influence just … more
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