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Posted 2/5/20

Northglenn Police want opinions Northglenn Police will host two meetings with residents to discuss how the agency is performing and look for ways to improve. Both meetings are open the public. The …

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News in Hurry

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Northglenn Police want opinions

Northglenn Police will host two meetings with residents to discuss how the agency is performing and look for ways to improve.

Both meetings are open the public. The first is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Northglenn Senior Center, 11701 Community Center Dr.

The second meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Northglenn Justice Center, 50 W. Community Center Dr. Both meetings are scheduled to run for 90 minutes.

The Northglenn Police Department has hired national management consulting firm Berry Dunn to study the department’s operations and culture, according to a department press release, with a goal of improving operations.

All Northglenn residents are invited to the attend of the meetings to share their opinions, suggestions and comments and get them on the record.

For more information, contact Commander Heidi Walts at 303.450.8962 or hwalts@northglenn.org

Fiscal reform options
presentation Feb. 10

Backers of a plan to change Colorado’s constitution to reform the state’s tax code will discussion their effort at the Adams County League of Women Voters February meeting.

Carol Hedges, executive director of the Colorado Fiscal Institute, will speak at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 10 at Community Reach Center, 11285 Highline Dr. in Northglenn.

Vision 2020 is a network of 30 organizations across the Colorado working on ways to build up and improve our communities. Their plan, according to a press release, is to “...reshape our upside-down tax code that is currently tilted towards the wealthy and powerful.”

The group is seeking public input on options for the 2020 ballot. Hodges will be talking about those options and the tools designed to gather input.

Co-working firm opening in Northglenn

A franchisee for a major national co-working firm will expand into Northglenn beginning this month.

Office Evolution plans to open its newest franchise one block east of Interstate 25 and 120th Avenue at 11990 Grant St. Franchise owners Dennis and Diane Mapes plan to serve small businesses throughout the north metro area and Front Range, according to a company press release.

“With Diane’s entrepreneurial spirit and professional background, and Dennis’ experience in the human resources field, I am confident that they will provide business owners with the perfect space to enhance their business and grow their operations,” said Mark Hemmeter, Office Evolution founder and CEO said in the release.

The space is under construction with plans to open this spring.

The Northglenn franchise will offer 11,300 square feet of dedicated, shared and virtual workspaces, including 45 private offices, conference rooms, drop-in options, phone-answering, address and mail services and other.

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