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Westminster Councilors using online meetings to keep in touch

While the Coronavirus has sent almost all of American life indoors, it hasn’t slowed Westminster’s City Council’s meeting schedule. If anything, it’s sped things up. Councilors met twice … more

Letters to the Editor

Time to meet your precinct neighbors Do you know Colorado is only one of 10 states that still has a local precinct committee meeting every two years (caucus)? It is a social venue where you can meet … more

New Year off to a fast start

It’s not quite Valentine’s Day, 2020, but it seems like a lot has come and gone already in less than 45 days. For example, Americans have gone through a bitter, testy, partisan impeachment … more

Council temporarily halts downtown development

Amid a building boom that has seen dozens of king-size housing developments rise in Littleton's downtown neighborhood, city council said it's time to take a break. Council voted unanimously at its … more

Thornton Council picks Bedolla to fill vacant seat

A 10-year Thornton resident will join the City Council, the other members agreed Jan. 28 Councilors voted to appoint Angela Marie Bedolla to fill the Ward 4 Council Member position left vacant after … more

Thornton slates new councilor interviews Jan. 21

Thornton councils will spend several hours at their Jan. 21 meeting, interviewing 13 applicants to fill a vacancy in Ward 4. At their Jan. 7 meeting, the City Council discussed the process for … more

Northglenn Councilor Randall Peterson sworn in

Northglenn municipal judge Amanda Bailhache swears newly appointed City Councilor Randall Peterson to his oath of office Jan. 6. Peterson’s new colleagues on the City Council selected him to … more

Water rates under review in Westminster

Councilors said they want to review how Westminster’s water infrastructure works, how much it costs and how those costs are paid before they’ll consider raising rates for 2021 and 2022. The … more

Former Westminster Mayor Donald Hoch dies

Former Westminster Mayor and long-time civic leader Dr. Donald H. Hoch died December 30 at a Colorado Alzheimer’s facility where he had resided the past three years. He was 92. Hoch originated a … more

Northglenn’s new council seated

Saying he just did the job voters asked him to do, City Councilor Antonio Esquibel gave up temporary job as Mayor and went back to Ward 4. “It’s the same oath I took when I was 19 years old, … more

Working together, Thornton council begins term

Thornton Mayor Jan Kulmann urged her colleagues to work together to help make the city better in her first statement as the city’s new mayor. “Our city wants us to work together, to disagree … more

New faces on city council but will the direction change?

It’s a wrap on the 2019 municipal and school board elections. The election judges did their job, the ballots have been counted and the winners were declared — with the exception of the Aurora … more

Westminster gets first look at new council

Westminster said goodbye to two outgoing City Councilors, seated two new councilors and reaffirmed Anita Seitz as the mayor pro tem at their busy Nov. 11 meeting. That last part, selecting the mayor … more

Reporter Stories: Monday morning quarterbacking the city votes

Community Editors David Gilbert and Nick Puckett discuss November's municipal election results in Littleton, Parker and the Metro-North area to determine if there are any common themes. more

Montoya leads new faces to Federal Heights

New faces will fill City Council positions in Federal Heights after voters turned out to send some familiar faces home. Voters elected Linda S. Montoya as Federal Heights new mayor at the polls, … more

Team building top concern for Northglenn’s new mayor

Meredith Leighty will be Northglenn’s new mayor, claiming 44.9 percent of the vote to defeat two contestants in Nov. 5’s municipal election. Leighty picked up 3,146 votes to claim the mayor’s … more

Kulmann wins Thornton mayoral race

Janifer Kulmann claimed 11,316 votes to best four opponents in her Thornton mayoral bid in Nov. 5 balloting. Kulmann, who currently serves as a Ward 4 Thornton Councilor, claimed 41.9 percent of the … more

Seitz, Seymour, Smith claim Westminster seats

Two newcomers and an incumbent won terms on the Westminster City Council in Nov. 5’s vote. Councilor and Mayor Pro Tem Anita Seitz won a second term on the council, claiming 11,323 votes — about … more

Metro North Ballot 2019 Unofficial Results

Election results for Adams County races as of 7:04 p.m. Nov. 5. These are unofficial results and will likely be updated as the more returns come in. Federal Heights Mayor Linda S. … more

Sizing them up: How Westminster candidates responded

The countdown is ticking away. City government and school board candidates (except Westminster Public Schools) are hustling around with last minute door knocking, handing out campaign literature, … more
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