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Northglenn voters will be asked to approve a 3.5 mill levy increase for the North Metro Fire Rescue District on the November ballot to meet the growing demand for services and update equipment and address aging fire stations. NMFR Board of … more
Immediately after it became official last week that legislative efforts to deal with hydraulic fracturing had ended, pro-fracking Republicans in key statewide races ramped up pressure on their … more
Northglenn City Council voted on the following during its July 24 regular meeting: more
Council unanimously approved the second and final reading of an ordinance that amended the city's code to include electronic cigarettes and nicotine products in the definition of tobacco products. The omission of e-cigs in the code allowed juveniles … more
Council unanimously approved a contract with Earth Green Soil Amenities for the Residential Fencing at Croke Reservoir Project in the amount of $33,915, and a contingency of $5,087.25. This project will replace the chain link fence between … more
Council unanimously approved a purchase order with Dellenbach Motors in the amount of $37,475. This purchase agreement is for a Chevrolet Silverado 4WD Crew Cab Work Truck. The vehicle being replaced scored a 12 on the replacement schedule index — … more
Council unanimously approved in its consent agenda to appoint Gaye Monroe and Jodie Schenck to the Planning Commission. Monroe's term will expire Dec. 13, 2016. Schneck will fill the unexpired term of Nathan Purk and a new three-year term, her term … more
For many business owners, it is a difficult task to identify which, if any, chamber of commerce is best suited to fulfill their companies’ needs. Options abound, with Colorado being home to more than 130 chambers. Some of those are … more
The front door to the community isn't what it used to be. Newcomers to a city or town these days rarely feel the need to stop by the local chamber of commerce to pick up a map or a list of … more
The battle over hydraulic fracturing revved up last week as a diverse group of state, energy and business leaders joined Gov. John Hickenlooper in speaking out against potential ballot measures that would limit the oil- and gas-drilling practice statewide. more
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