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A new city manager is in town, and he didn’t travel far to get here. Westminster city council officially hired and approved a contract for Don Tripp on Jan. 26 as the new city manager. Formerly the city’s parks, recreation and libraries … more
Xcel Energy Area, Community and Local Government Manager Preston Gibson III presented Brighton city council members with a report on the construction of the natural gas pipeline and construction of the new energy facility at the Cherokee energy … more
Michelle Fox has very few photos of herself. Instead, she has paintings that illustrate the places she’s been, her memories, and even her growth as a person. But more importantly, her paintings display the map of her feelings during her journey … more
The Brighton Chamber of Commerce hosted a state of the Chamber breakfast Thursday morning at the Armory in Brighton, with more than 80 guests attending. Current chamber members were recognized. Then the organization listed the benefits of the … more
The BIG Program offers up to $12,500 in matching funds to improve the appearance of commercial buildings and property lots that are visible to the public. Eligible improvements include, but are not limited to: façades, awnings and canopies, gutters … more
The city is seeking residents to participate on the Healthy Eating Active Living (HEAL) Committee. The city joined the HEAL Cities and Towns Campaign in the fall of 2014. Its purpose is to influence public policy in ways that promote healthy … more
The city’s Finance Department was awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its 2013 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, CAFR. The CAFR is the audited year-end financial statement for the city. The … more
Westminster city council welcomed a new member during the Jan. 26 meeting. Maria De Cambra was appointed after a majority vote to fill the seat created be Faith Winter’s departure to serve in the Colorado House of Representatives. De Cambra was … more
District 50 superintendent Pamela Swanson delivered her annual State of the District reporter during the Jan. 27 board meeting. This was the fourth year Swanson updated the board and the community on the progress of the district. “Tonight I … more
Heidi Williams, current mayor of Thornton, has announced that she will officially run for reelection for Thornton mayor. She held a campaign kickoff event on Feb. 5 at Brittany Hill, hosted by Adams County commissioner Erik Hansen, Adams 12 school … more
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