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Last Friday, Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-District 34, took part in the signing ceremony of House Bill 14-1112 — a bill he served as the prime sponsor of. HB 14-1112 allows people to request that the first five digits of their Social Security number … more
Adams County will host a chemical roundup on May 4 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Water World at 88th Avenue and Pecos. The roundup is open to all residents of Unincorporated Adams County and the Cities of Brighton, Commerce City, Federal Heights and … more
Crackseal material will be applied on roadways throughout Westminster through mid-April. This procedure helps prevent potholes and minimize pavement damage while extending the life of surface treatments. Winter is prime time to apply crackseal … more
Westminster City Council will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 24, at Westminster City Hall to consider a comprehensive plan amendment and an official development plan for a 42.3-acre residential project located at the northeast … more
The Brothers Redevelopment Paint-A-Thon is prepping for its 36th season providing seniors and disabled homeowners across the front range the opportunity to have their home painted for free. To qualify, individuals must be 60 years or older, own and … more
The “Fabric & Friends” fundraising luncheon with a live and silent auction will be Saturday, March 29, at the Arvada Center. Reservations are required with an RSVP by Monday, March 24. Cost is $45 per person. To register call 303-277-0377. … more
During his more than 10 years as an elected official, Rep. Steve Lebsock said he’s learned that constituents don’t want to hear from the government — rather they want to be heard. This is why, Lebsock said, “the majority of meetings I … more
Fantastic Sam’s, 11455 Washington St., Unit D, is partnering with the Northglenn/Thornton Rotary Club in their annual food drive during the month of April. There are four food banks in the area which are the recipients of the food items collected … more
There will be a Ward IV neighborhood meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 25, at Shepherds’ Hall, 650 Kennedy Drive. Residents can communicate directly to Ward IV elected officials with questions, concerns or comments about the city and its … more
Eight new businesses have opened in Northglenn last month, five of which have storefronts. Debbie Tuttle, economic development manager, made the announcement during City Council’s March 10 regular meeting. According to a staff memo, “This … more
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