Members sought for Northglenn Youth Commission Members are needed for the Northglenn Youth Commission (NYC), which makes recommendations to council …
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Members are needed for the Northglenn Youth Commission (NYC), which makes recommendations to council and city staff about programs, activities and facilities. All members must be between the ages of 13 and 18. The board has between seven and 15 directors, who serve a term of one year. The board has seven vacancies.
Directors must be Northglenn residents or enrolled in an Adams 12 Five Star School District. NYC meets at 7 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month at the Northglenn Recreation Center, 11801 Community Center Drive.
To apply, visit www.northglenn.org/nyc.
Starting tomorrow, North Metro Fire Rescue will begin its annual Winter Food Drive. Donations collected from Feb. 1-28 will be used to replenish supplies at two local food banks that benefit the citizens of Northglenn and Broomfield. Citizens are asked to donate canned goods or any non-perishable food items at any NMFR fire station from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The Northglenn sites are Station 62 at 10550 Huron St. and Station 63 at 10946 Irma Drive. For more information, call Stacey Mulligan at 303-452-9910.
The city of Northglenn has implemented a sign program to direct traffic to commercial establishments not located on major corridors. The Melody Drive district was identified as the first area to implement the sign program The program consists of two signs that each holds nine sign panels. The city had 23 businesses in the Melody Drive target area apply for the 18 spots. Retail businesses that generate sales tax are given priority in the program. The 13 retail businesses that applied will be on the signs for the entire year. Non-retail business will be placed on the signs when there is available space on a quarterly rotation. The program will open for new applications at the end of 2013. All businesses in the Melody Drive area are asked to apply at that time.
For more information about the sign program, call Economic Development Manager Debbie Tuttle at 303-450-8743.
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