Keyword: Bill Christopher
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Here is a chance to influence Westminster going forward

The City of Westminster’s “Westminster Forward” endeavor continues to chug along toward a time when public comment will be offered. This multi-faceted planning process is important for all of … more

Black History Month is important for America

It is my general perception that many of us have heard of “Black History Month,” the national celebration of African-American people of importance and events in their history. In case you … more

Colorado’s water picture is not looking favorable

I don't know if Westminster Window readers normally read the City of Westminster's web page or not. In case you don't, you need to be aware of the punch line in their recent article, “Standley Lake … more

Westminster Presbyterian FISH food pantry offers a hand-up

The Westminster Presbyterian Church is the oldest church in the city and the place roughly 115,000 people call “home.” Founded in 1892, the church sits in the same neighborhood where the original … more

A nation wonders what Inauguration Day will bring

It was so predictable. You knew something out of the ordinary would play out. He couldn’t let President-elect Biden have the limelight in the lead-up to the inauguration. Plus, you had this … more

The day American democracy showed how fragile it had become

January 6, 2021 became a historic and a most despicable day in Washington D.C. Thanks to the President of the United States, a sizeable protest made up of Trump supporters around the U.S. Capitol … more

Politicians playing games with lives and COVID aid

What in the world was President Trump thinking when he decided to play games with the bi-partisan combination of a COVID-19 virus relief package and the time-sensitive federal spending bill? … more

The Count goes on: How long before we know the winner?

In keeping with the world of electronics, algorithms, mega computers and a thirst for instant results, Americans expect to know the outcome of an election the same night, right after the polls close … more

A season of discontent: Political unrest grows in Westminster

Political unrest is a national past time in America these days. Starting at the macro level, Westminster is a sliver of the national uproar and rhetoric regarding both the presidential and Colorado … more

Some thoughtful analysis on a very full ballot

Hopefully by now, you have received your whopper of a local ballot via the U.S. Postal Service. Both sides of this long ballot are shoe-horned with a gaggle of candidates and a plethora of issues to … more

The importance of the mask

A simple thing like a paper or cloth face mask can be a powerful thing. It can make all the difference in the world. Whether you are a child, a soccer mom, a professional athlete, a local politician … more

Wilbur Flachman: A man for all seasons

We recently lost a good friend, outstanding Rotarian, successful businessman, active Westminster community supporter, husband, father, grandfather and a lot of other descriptors. He wore a lot of … more

The art of selective public information

What exactly is “the art of selective public information?” It’s a phrase that I have coined after observing the City of Westminster’s so-called “public information” operations. As you … more

Something in the water: A key ingredient in Westminster politics

If you enjoy and focus on local history like I do, you know that water has played a key role in Westminster’s political history. There was the “Mothers’ March on City Hall” in the early … more
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