Keyword: City Council
27 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Fort Lupton City Council eyes rec center expansion

Fort Lupton City Council approved two parts to a proposal to expand the city's recreation center during a regular meeting May 17. The first was an eight-member, ad hoc committee to design the … more

Fort Lupton council approves summer watering restrictions

                Fort Lupton City Council unanimously authorized watering restrictions that begin June … more

Fort Lupton council suspends last marijuana license hearing

                Centaurus Farms, the last of the four potential marijuana business licensees in Fort Lupton, will have to … more

Fort Lupton entertaining watering restrictions

The city of Fort Lupton is considering watering restrictions this summer. Public Works Director Roy Vestal made the announcement during a City Council study session April 26. Council did not … more

Brighton agrees to Bird Scooters

Brighton residents will get to scoot around town on Bird Scooters, councilors agreed on April 5, as soon as the city can decide just where the 15-miles-per-hour rentable electric vehicles will be … more

Northglenn council approves vacancy process

Northglenn City Councilor Julie Duran Mullica announced her resignation from council at a Feb. 28 meeting because she will be moving to Thornton.  The council chose to continue with an … more

Saving money, being economical in Westminster

Christopher Stimpson, a Westminster Resident and a leader of Westminster Progressive Action, pleaded to city council to act on climate change at the March 31 Town Hall meeting.  “It … more

Fort Lupton council OKs first three marijuana licenses

Fort Lupton City Council, acting as the city's marijuana licensing authority, approved three retail business licenses by unanimous vote April 5. The three are 1310 Factory Circle, 1330 Factory … more

Local business worried about impacts of marijuana businesses in Fort Lupton

Mike and Amy Mericle own an RV business on Factory circle in Fort Lupton. They are concerned about potential impacts of two of their new neighbors, which happen to be two of four marijuana … more

Marvin pushes for Thornton campaign finance reform

Thornton City Councilor Julia Marvin has issues with the city’s campaign financing.  “We have no limits around campaign finance, I feel like our reporting is really outdated,” she said.  At a … more

Thornton term-limits case heads to Colorado Supreme Court

The case regarding Thornton’s term limits is on its way to the Colorado Supreme court, according to an order issued by the state’s highest court.  more

Thornton appoints Eric Garcia to fill Ward 1 vacancy

Thornton’s council appointed Eric Garcia to fill the Ward 1 vacancy on a 5-3 vote during a special city council meeting on March 8, with City Councilors Karen Bigelow, Kathy Henson and Julia Marvin … more

Resident sues over Thornton vacancy

Thornton resident Karin Baker filed a lawsuit in District Court against the city of Thornton, council members and the city manager on March 8 aiming to reverse the vote that declared a vacancy for … more

Phillips voted off council due to a vacancy

Thornton's city council voted 5-4 declaring a vacancy on the dais due to former City Councilor Jacque Phillips' purchase of a home in Alamosa and starting a second job there.  According to Todd … more

Thornton declares Phillips seat vacant

Thornton City Council voted 5-to-4 to declare a vacancy in the Ward 1 seat held by Jacque Phillips City Council after a six hour meeting February 8, according to a press release. According to the … more

Municipal League interested in Thornton term limits

The Colorado Municipal League is considering filing an amicus brief regarding Thornton’s appeal in their term limits case, according to the group’s executive director. “It’s possible that … more

Former Northglenn mayor Odell Barry dies

Former Northglenn Mayor Odell Barry died on Jan. 2 at the age of 80 due to congestive heart disease.  Odell served Northglenn in a multitude of capacities, including owning Colorado's first … more

Westminster votes to lower tier 3 water rates

Westminster city council voted 5-2 on Dec. 21 to effectively do away with the top water rate tier, making the top rate equal to the middle rates.  Effective January 2022, Tier 3 water rates will be … more

Thornton City Council votes to appeal term limits decision

Thornton City Council voted 5-4 to appeal a court’s decision that the mayor’s seat and councilors’ seats adhere to the same term limits.  “The court ruled in favor of the plaintiffs, … more

Ezeadi hosts councilor office hours

Westminster City Councilor Obi Ezeadi will host office hours for residents to voice their concerns and learn about city council’s affairs.  The office hours will take place at City Hall every … more
1 | 2 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Our Papers

Ad blocker detected

We have noticed you are using an ad blocking plugin in your browser.

The revenue we receive from our advertisers helps make this site possible. We request you whitelist our site.