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Letter to the Editor:" Not drinking the Uplands Kool-Aid

Not drinking the Uplands Kool-Aid Regarding Bill Christopher’s Oct. 8 piece (“What is `Uplands Community Collective’ and what can it do?”), I take issue with Handlin and Kornacki’s vision. … more

New use for old county building

For Adams County affordable housing developers, the county’s old Children and Family Services building was in a pretty great location. “The site lent itself to development because the building is … more

Letter to the Editor: Uplands is high-density

Uplands is high-density Thank you, Mr. Christopher, for bringing up how much of the West is now in a drought (8/20/20 edition). We are feeling the effects from weeks of high temperatures and zero … more

Strategic speaking: Is Westminster still the ‘next urban center’?

Like most of us, I’m always looking for a silver lining in any situation that tends to be negative or lacks much hope or improvement. Well, a silver lining came out of the recent Westminster City … more

Letter to the Editor: Enough building

Enough building Thank you, Bill Christopher, for your article about the 2020 Westminster Survey in the July 9 Westminster Window. It was interesting that the responses to the survey were that many … more

Thornton keeps old definitions in new plan

Three controversial land-use changes are off the table for the time being after Thornton Councilors approved a new comprehensive plan July 14. Councilors removed plans to allow housing developments … more

Downtown Westminster still on pace

While COVID-19 kept most of the businesses in Downtown Westminster closed for several weeks, construction crews managed to keep busy. “What we’ve seen is that because of social distancing … more

Green grass, open space and COVID-19

Open space and COVID-19 Evidence the COVID 19 virus is more prevalent in high density population areas is another good reason for the City of Westminster to slow down in approving high density … more

Businesses now hang their hat in Northglenn

Northglenn officials have been busy conducting groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremonies for new businesses. more
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