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City of Westminster -- Parks, Rec & Library News

Swim and Fitness Center closed for annual maintenance — The Swim and Fitness Center will be closed Monday, Oct. 29 through Sunday, Nov. 4, for annual maintenance and repairs. Pass holders may use any of the city’s other recreation facilities during this closing. The facility will re-open for normal business hours beginning Monday, Nov. 5....
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Ballot boxes available at City Hall —

Westminster City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave., has ballot boxes for both Jefferson County and Adams County from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Boxes will also be available on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For information on polling places, early voting sites, voter status and ballot questions, Jefferson County voters can visit the Jefferson County election website or call the Jefferson County Clerk’s office at 303-271-8111. Adams County voters can visit the Adams County election website or call the Adams County Clerk’s office at 720-523-6500. Get additional election information....
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Water, sewer rates to rise 4 percent in 2013-14 —

The City of Westminster will be increasing water and sewer rates by 4 percent in 2013 and 2014, with the average residential customer impact of an additional $2.03 per month in 2013 and $2.13 per month in 2014. This rate adjustment will fund increasing costs for operations and maintenance, and system improvements such as replacing sewer pipe, upgrading components of the water treatment plants and assisting in the protection of the city’s water supply. For more information, visit the city’s website....
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The state of Colorado and Adams County Assessor Gil Reyes have agreed that the county undervalued its commercial warehouses by a total of $19 million -- Article by Denver Post

The agreement will bring the county a $1.9 million increase in tax revenues, State Property Tax Administrator JoAnn Groff announced Thursday. Reyes, who had previously criticized the state's recommendations, agreed with its appraised values on all but five commercial warehouses after Groff sent her staff to Adams County to inspect the warehouses in question. "We are in the process of making corrections," Reyes said at a meeting of the State Board of Equalization, which oversees the work of Colorado's 64 county assessors. The office "will implement those in the next week." Groff told the board that an agreement had been reached after her office provided the county with staff field work. "Overall, the tax base of Adams County has really been improved," she said. "I believe the assessor feels that way as well.

Family Programs Explore Wild Turkeys, Wintering Birds BRIGHTON, Colo.

– Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory will host two fun, educational programs at its Old Stone House Environmental Learning Center for families to learn about Wild Turkeys and wintering birds. Bird Walk/Turkey Talk – 2-4 p.m. on Nov. 18; and 2-4 p.m. on Nov. 21...
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Landmark Academy Lady Lynx Win 2012 League Championship

COMMERCE CITY, Colo.— Landmark Academy at Reunion has a lot to cheer about. The middle school girls’ volleyball team won the 2012 North Metro Charter School Athletic League Championship. ...
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Thornton FD Dive Team to respond to crash drill Rescue/recovery exercise to take place in reservoir, Oct. 30

THORNTON, CO…Thornton Fire Department personnel will take part in a regional exercise for surface water and dive training on October 30, at Tani Reservoir, off of I-76 and Dahlia Street. Training involves the Metro Dive Team response to a small plane crash in the reservoir. ...
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Derby Fall Festival - Today 4:00 -6:30pm

72nd & Monaco -- Derby Fall Festival, today!

27J Board of Education supports 2013 as Year of the Student

Brighton, Oct. 23, 2012 – The School District 27J Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution Tuesday night in support of the 2013: Year of the Student Project that calls on lawmakers to use their upcoming legislative session to address state education funding....
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Brighton Police Department Update

Brighton Police Officers have been busy training during the month of October. All police officers have attended 14 hours of Koga Arrest Control, four hours of Emergency Vehicle Operations, one hour of Personal Protective Equipment, five hours of less lethal weapons and five hours of nighttime shooting....
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Police seek community assistance in vandalism cases

Brighton police are asking for the assistance of the community in identifying the person or persons responsible for a string of incidents of vandalism to parked cars which occurred between about midnight and 5:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 9, 2012....
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Theater of Science comes to Brighton Nov. 2

Bruce and Kitty Spangler of FutureQuest will bring their “Theater of Science” show to Brighton on Friday, Nov. 2. Two shows will be held at the Brighton Armory –5:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. Tickets are $2 for children 2 to 12 and $3 for ages 13 and older....
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Police investigating child’s report of suspicious male

Brighton police are investigating an incident involving a suspicious male who approached a child on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 as she walked to school at South Elementary, located at 305 S. 5th Ave....
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Saunders Construction, Inc. to host charity giving event to celebrate 40th anniversary

What: To celebrate the company’s 40th anniversary, Saunders Construction will host a Build-A-Box charity event. At the event, over 65 charities will be supported by hundreds of Saunders’ valued business partners (clients, architects, engineers, subcontractors). http://saunders40years.webs.com/ ...
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City of Thornton Halloween Party Teen Night!

DON’T MISS THE FUN THIS WEEKEND!!!...
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Student approached by stranger

Brighton, Oct. 23, 2012 - This morning a student from South Elementary in Brighton reported that a man in a red car asked her to get in his vehicle as she walked to school. She ran to school and reported the incident. Police were immediately called and are continuing their investigation. ...
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Keep Your Pet Safe on Halloween

DENVER (October 19, 2012) – Halloween is a fun holiday for humans, but there are some things you should do to make sure it doesn’t get scary for pets. Here are some tips that will help keep pets safe: ...
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Wanna learn how to bake and save money? Taking one or both of these City of thornton Adult classes will do the trick.

Pie Baking Class #336878A Learn the basics of making a wonderfully flaky homemade pie crust, along with some tasty fillings to make some truly scrumptious pies. The emphasis of this class will be on achieving the perfect crust that will wow your family and dinner guests alike. Held at the Thornton Community Building, 2141 e. 95th Ave. on Nov. 3 (rescheduled from Oct. 20) from 9 am-noon. Fee: $32R/$35NR...
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DENVER MAN FOUND GUILTY OF BEING A FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM

DENVER – A jury in U.S. District Court in Denver found Brian Keith Pate Mosley, age 26, of Denver, Colorado, guilty late yesterday of being a felon in possession of a firearm, United States Attorney John Walsh and ATF Denver Special Agent in Charge Andrew Traver announced. The three-day trial was heard before U.S. District Court Judge Christine M. Arguello. Mosley is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Arguello on January 10, 2012. He appeared at the trial in custody, and was remanded following the jury’s verdict....
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Why Foster? Because It Matters. Dumb Friends League works to build foster parent network

DENVER (Oct. 16, 2012) Every year, tens of thousands of unwanted and homeless pets come through the doors of the Dumb Friends League. Sometimes, those pets aren’t immediate candidates for adoption due to their age or medical condition. Last year alone, 2,946 such pets received temporary, life-saving foster care through the League’s Homes with Hearts foster care program and in the homes of 453 foster volunteers....
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KATHRYN MUELLER PRESENTED WITH PRESTIGIOUS WORKERS COMPENSATION AWARD

(DENVER) – The Department of Labor and Employment announced today that Dr. Kathryn Mueller, the Division of Workers’ Compensation’s Medical Director and Professor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, has been recognized by the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC) with its prestigious Frances Perkins Award. IAIABC is the world’s oldest trade association dedicated to promoting the advancement of workers’ compensation systems through education, research, and resource management....
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The Brighton Youth Commission is hosting a Haunted House next weekend to benefit its efforts to impact issues related to youth in the Greater Brighton area. Don’t miss this fun event!

The Commission is accepting donations of Halloween items (scary masks, fog machines, strobe lights, candy) to help with the Haunted House. If you have items you’d like to donate, please contact Youth Services Manager Tawnya Russell at 303-655-2123....
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Colorado Employment Situation September 2012

Nonfarm payroll jobs increased 7,000 from August to September to 2,300,200 jobs, according to the survey of business establishments. Private sector payroll jobs increased 4,400 and government increased 2,600. The over the month increase in payroll jobs was driven in large part by greater than expected seasonal gains in private and public sector educational services....
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Meet Colorado’s out legislative candidates -- Article by Out Front Colorado

A record number of out LGBT candidates for state legislature are on Colorado ballots this Nov. 6. Get to know them here. ...
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Recycle your tree limbs

— Westminster residents can recycle their tree limbs and shrubs on the last Saturday of the month from March to October at the tree limb drop-off site located on the south side of Standley Lake on 88th Avenue between Kipling Street and Independence Drive...
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REASON #35:SAVE ON MEDICARE. SPEND ELSEWHERE.

SPECIAL ONE-DAY COMMERCE CITY MEDICARE SEMINAR. MEDICARE WORKSHOP NO COST • NO OBLIGATION. COMMERCE CITY RECREATION CENTER (SEE BELOW FOR TIMES)...
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Fundraisers planned for Ridgeway family

— Kids Night Out will donate $3 of the $10 admission fee for each kid that attends on Friday, Oct. 19, from 7-10:30 p.m. at City Park Recreation Center, 10455 Sheridan Blvd. In addition, several organizations have created fundraisers for the family. To see a current list and information on how to donate to the family, visit the Ridgeway family website....
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Ripple Creek Lodge to Celebrate Harvesting of the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree

The White River National Forest in northwest Colorado has been honored with the opportunity to provide the 2012 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree. The staff at Ripple Creek Lodge would like to invite you to enjoy our hospitality and help us celebrate this gift from the state of Colorado to the people of the United States....
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Brighton Youth Commission Partners with Colorado Financial Partners/T. Lloyd Worth to present the Predator A.W.A.R.E. Fair

The Brighton Youth Commission (BYC) and Lloyd Worth of Colorado Financial Partners are pleased to present the Predator A.W.A.R.E. Fair on Saturday, October 20, 2012 at Historic City Hall, 22 S. 4th Avenue in Brighton, Colorado, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM....
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A Record 22 Museums to Open their Doors for FREE in Denver’s Night at the Museums

DENVER, CO – October 16, 2012 – Borrowing an idea that has been wildly successful in Europe, Denver will host its sixth annual Night at the Museums, an evening where 22 of the city’s top museums will stay open late and open their doors for free from 5 to 10 p.m. on a Saturday night, November 3, 2012....
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Help Decide the Fate of the Old Adams City High School

Adams 14 invites you to attend one of the three community forums being held to discuss the future of the former Adams City High School property!

Free Landfill Day on Oct. 20 for Northglenn Residents

Northglenn, CO – Free landfill day offers residents an opportunity to dispose of items that are too large to fit in a polycart....
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Registration Open for Adult Dodgeball Tournament

Northglenn, CO – Clobber the Gobbler, the city’s adult coed dodgeball tournament, will be held at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 9, at the Northglenn Recreation Center, 11801 Community Center Drive. Those interested in playing are encouraged to sign up now....
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Art on Parade Voting Ends on Oct. 26

Northglenn, CO – The opportunity to vote for your favorite 2012/2013 Art on Parade sculpture at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park ends on Oct. 26....
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City Council adopts 2013 budget

The Brighton City Council adopted the 2013 budget by a 9-0 vote at tonight’s City Council meeting, approving $54,021,679 in operating, capital and utility (water and sewer) funds...
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Jeffco DA Completes Investigation - no criminal charges against Alice Nichol

The Jefferson County District Attorney has released his findings. Alice Nichol will not be facing criminal charges. (SEE LINK BELOW FOR THE OFFICIAL LETTER RELEASED BY JEFFCO DA)...
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Plenty of loving dogs waiting for their forever homes

In the animal world, October is known as Adopt-a-Shelter-Dog month, bringing awareness to the millions of dogs looking for homes at shelters across the country....
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Perlmutter applauds NASA official's tour of Orion plant

Lakewood, Colorado—Today, Congressman Ed Perlmutter released the following statement regarding Deputy Administrator of NASA Lori Garver touring the Lockheed Martin Waterton Plant in Jefferson County. Deputy Administrator Garver is to view the progress of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle. Orion will return NASA astronauts to deep space, the moon, and eventually to Mars. Over 1000 Coloradans are working for Lockheed Martin and its subcontractors to build the capsule. ...
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PRESCHOOLS GIVE THANKS BY GIVING BACK

PRESCHOOLS GIVE THANKS BY GIVING BACK. 20 Denver area Primrose Schools join forces to fight hunger...
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Community Says 'Goodbye' to Jessica Ridgeway

Purple balloons celebrate life of Jessica Ridgeway.

City of Brighton Weekly Police Update

On Monday, October 8, officer’s Ashley, Stanek and Michalik were selected to become Police Training Officers. In addition to being patrol officers, they will now be responsible for training new police recruits. They are attending a 40- hour training class to learn the concepts of police training. The class is being held at the Fort Collins Police Department....
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Dan Swallow appointed Chief Building Official

The City of Brighton is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Swallow to the position of Chief Building Official effective Oct. 1...
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Recycle your old electronics

— The City of Westminster will hold a free electronics recycling event from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 17, at Westminster City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave. Reservations are required by calling 303-658-2189. Most items can be recycled for free. There will be a fee for the following: CRT monitors, $7; tube TVs 32 inches or smaller, $10; and tube TVs greater than 32 inches, $20; certificate of hard drive destruction, $7....
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Brighton Police Seeking Information about Town Marshalls

In 2004 the Brighton Police Department began researching its past. We are now seeking descendants of former Town Marshalls in order to locate photographs to display at the police department. Town Marshalls have been identified from historical records. Former Town Marshalls we are seeking photos of are:...
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City of Thornton Police Liaison Classes

Learn more about safety issues at the Police Liaision Classes. These upcoming Police Liasion Classes are held at the Thornton Senior Center, 9471 Dorothy Blvd. at 12:30 p.m. All of these workshops are FREE! Due to the nature of police work, all times and class topics are subject to change. Before attending call 303-255-7850 to confirm....
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Council authorizes annual competitions for new residential projects

— The Westminster City Council, on Oct. 8, authorized competitions in the year 2013 for new residential projects and allocated 1,100 service commitments for those competitions. As part of the city’s Growth Management Program, the city requires potential developers to compete for the ability to develop a new residential project. Developers can download an application packet from the city’s website or pick up an application packet at Westminster City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave. for any new single-family detached, single-family attached, multi-family, senior housing or traditional mixed-use neighborhood projects. The deadline for project submittals is Thursday, Nov. 29. Following city review of the competition submittals, City Council will award and set aside additional service commitments in future years to the winning projects through build-out. ...
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City of Westminster Events & Activities Report

Fire Station 4 hosts open house — It’s Fire Prevention Month. Westminster Fire Department will host an open house for the community from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20 at Fire Station 4, 4580 W. 112th Ave. Meet the firefighters, see the trucks, play some games, eat some food and learn about fire safety at this fun family event....
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Mayor and City Council host dessert

— Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally and members of the City Council invite the public to attend a breakfast meeting at 7 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18, at Covenant Village, 9153 Yarrow St. The mayor and council will lead an informal question and answer session with citizens regarding issues of concern. Coffee and pastries will be provided. For more information, please contact Mary Joy Barajas, City Manager’s Office, at 303-658-2001 or mbarajas@cityofwestminster.us. ...
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The Search Continues for Jessica Ridgeway

The search continues for Jessica Ridgeway — Westminster Police continue to seek tips in the disappearance of Jessica Ridgeway. If you have information, please call 303-658-4336 or email PDamberalert@cityofwestminster.us. Official information on the case is available on Twitter, @westminsterpd. ...
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Dan Swallow appointed Chief Building Official

The City of Brighton is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Swallow to the position of Chief Building Official effective Oct. 1. Swallow brings to the position more than 13 years of building inspection experience, over ten of which have been in the chief building official capacity. In this role with the City of Brighton, Swallow will be responsible for all building inspection and plan review services and activities as well as administering and enforcing building codes, developer agreements, zoning regulations and other municipal regulations regarding building matters. ...
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Applicants sought for vacant 27J Board of Education position

Applicants sought for vacant 27J Board of Education position Brighton, Oct. 9, 2012 – The School District 27J Board of Education has declared a vacancy in Director District 6 and is seeking district residents interested in appointment to the board. Director District 6 encompasses the northeastern portion of School District 27J including the area surrounding Northeast Elementary School and Overland Trail Middle School....
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Commerce City wins three national communication awards

CITY AWARDED TOP HONORS IN THREE CATEGORIES...
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Coffee and Conversation with the 27J Board of Education

What: An informal opportunity to interact with School District 27J Board of Education members and 27J staff to find out more about what is happening in your school district. Bring your questions and concerns. When: 10:00 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 20, 2012 Where: Anythink Brighton Library, 327 E. Bridge St., Brighton, CO, 80601. Call 303-655-2952 with questions.

Get a ‘Taste’ of What the Metro North Region Has to Offer

METRO NORTH REGION, COLO --- The Metro North Chamber of Commerce will roll out its red carpet to showcase the region’s best restaurants and entertainment opportunities through its 11th Annual Taste of The Chamber event on Wednesday, October 17, 2012 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Denver Merchandise Mart – Expo Building located at 451 East 58th Avenue, Denver, CO. The event, which is open to the public, will feature over forty premier restaurants and beverage providers who will offer ticket holders unlimited ‘tastes’ of their most popular menu items. ...
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United Power to Send Three Students on Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.

Apply now for United Power’s 2013 Washington, D.C. Youth Tour – it’s a unique opportunity for local students to see our nation’s Capital. The tour is scheduled for June 13-20, 2013, and is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that allows students to gain an understanding of American history, see government in action, develop leadership skills, and have a better understanding of how electric cooperatives work with local and national legislators....
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CELEBRATING THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 16TH STREET MALL

Special guests gather to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of Denver’s most visited destination...
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Reel History - A Free Film and Discussion Series - October 10

Join us for a FREE film series that explores popular film movements in each of the decades from the 1930s to the 2000s. Each film will be followed by a discussion on the cultural and historical influences that made these genres so popular in their day. The next movie theme is comedy (1960s), Dr. Strangelove with Peter Sellers and Geaorge C. Scott. All films begin at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Thornton Arts & Culture Center (TACC), 9209 Dorothy Blvd.

Parks & Open Space Master Plan update process is underway

The Parks and Open Space Master Plan establishes goals, objectives, recommendations and implementation strategies for the planning and development of new parks, trails, open space and recreation in the City of Thornton. It serves as a detailed supplement to the Thornton Comprehensive Plan, and as such, it responds to the goals and policies related to parks, recreation and open space stated in the plan. It also serves as an implementation tool for creating a high quality, citywide system of parks, trails, open space and recreation that will meet the needs of Thornton citizens now and in the future....
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Pennock students participate in Walk-to-School Day

Brighton – Community leaders and students from Pennock Elementary School celebrated the 15th annual International Walk-to-School Day Oct. 3. Walk-to-School Day is designed to emphasize the healthy habit of walking for students and also stress the importance of students having safe walking routes to school. City of Brighton Mayor Dick McLean, along with several other city council members and city representatives, joined 27J Superintendent of Schools Dr. Chris Fiedler in walking with students. Members of the Brighton Fire Rescue District also took part in the walk. ...
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Summer camp a huge success

— The City of Westminster Youth/Teen Summer Camp was a huge success with 43 seasonal employees creating a fun, safe enjoyable summer for 433 participants. Campers visited many fun places including the Denver Zoo, Boondocks and Water World, and enjoyed themselves in city facilities and pools. In addition, the camp brought in $379,000 in funding to the city. Consider enrolling your child next summer....
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City employees place well in National Snow Plow Roadeo

— Congratulations to Department of Public Works and Utilities personnel JR Miller, Todd Anderson, Toby Meissner, Eddie Torgerson, Mike Cabral and Heath Dietz. These snow plow/loader operators qualified on Sept. 19, at the city’s in-house competition to be eligible to compete at the annual American Public Works Association’s Western Snow and Ice Conference and National Snow Plow Roadeo, held in Estes Park, Colo. on Sept. 26-28...
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Mayor and City Council host dessert

— Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally and members of the City Council invite the public to attend a breakfast meeting at 7 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 18, at Covenant Village, 9153 Yarrow St. The mayor and council will lead an informal question and answer session with citizens regarding issues of concern. Coffee and pastries will be provided. For more information, please contact Mary Joy Barajas, City Manager’s Office, at 303-658-2001 or mbarajas@cityofwestminster.us....
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RMBO Releases Conservation Plan for Grassland Birds in the Chihuahuan Desert

BRIGHTON, Colo. – The Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory (RMBO) has released the first-ever conservation plan for grassland bird species that winter in the Chihuahuan Desert. Grassland birds have declined more steeply than any other group of North American birds....
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New Report Finds Energy and Environmental Coverage in Swing States Often Misses Mark

Sierra Club Launches Energy Truth Website To Counter Big Polluter Propaganda...
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New Youth Commission holds informational meeting

NEW organization will serve as an advisory body to city council ...
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Adams County Advances Reform Commitment

Board Adopts Elected Officials Vehicle Policy...
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Adams County Insources IT to Achieve $800,000 Savings

Effective Jan. 1, 2013, Adams County will bring outsourced information technology employees in-house. In public hearing on Oct. 3, 2012, the Adams County Board of Commissioners approved an amendment to the purchase of service agreement between Adams County and ACS Government Systems Inc. (ACS), a Xerox subsidiary, changing the terms of agreement to end Dec. 31, 2012....
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James Hayes named deputy city manager

COMMERCE CITY, COLO. – City Manager Brian McBroom announced the selection of James A. Hayes as the city’s new deputy city manager. Hayes will assume his new duties immediately. ...
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Youth Commission brings suicide prevention program to Brighton

The Brighton Youth Commission announces that they’ve contributed $6,000 to the Carson J Spencer Foundation in order to bring the Fire Within program to Brighton High School and Eagle Ridge Academy. ...
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Free Medicare Counseling October 9

The Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare is October 15 through December 7 and this is the time to review your Medicare health and prescription drug coverage. Find out what plans will be available in 2013, what changes you will see in Medicare coverage for next year, and get an explanation of how Medicare works....
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I-25 Closures Oct. 3 Due to the Presidential Debate

Tonight, October 3, Interstate 25 will be completely closed in both directions from the Santa Fe Drive (US 85) interchange to the Hampden Avenue (US 285) interchange for the 2012 presidential debate at the Denver University. Although all closures, dates and times are subject to change, it is anticipated that the six-mile portion of I-25 will be closed from approximately 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Federal authorities requested the closure to help ensure safety during the presidential debate....
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SHOPOLOGY GOES LIVE!

October 3, 2012. Shopology, the premier shop-to-give mega-program for schools, churches, and charities is LIVE at www.Shopology.net. ...
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Utilities Report: City of Brighton 10/01/12

Wastewater  Daily average Plant Influent Flow is 2.088 million gallons per day. Watershop...
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Police Report: City of Brighton 10/01/12

On Friday, September 14, officers were called to the 1000 block of Strong Street for a large disturbance involving a gun. Several nearby residents called police after hearing gunshots. Officers arrived within one minute of receiving the call, but everyone had left the scene. A bullet casing was recovered and officers located several involved parties in nearby residences. A potential suspect was located and interviewed. The case is still under investigation....
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RTD service will experience bus route detours and delays on Wednesday, October 3, due to the Presidential Debate

University of Denver Park-n-Ride structure will be closed and delays are expected throughout the system due to rolling road closure - light rail will operate ...
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Four business leaders honored during annual event

BUSINESS AND INVESTOR APPRECIATION EVENT CELEBRATES SUCCESSES ...
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27J Ride and Show Event - (See attached form below)

For further information contact 27J's Public Information Officer, Kevin Denke at: (303) 655-2905...
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SCFD Distributes $5,929,234.52 to Denver Metro County Cultural Organizations

Denver, October 2012 - The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) Board of Directors approved distribution of $5,929,234.52 for scientific and cultural organizations in seven Denver Metro Counties at their meeting on Thursday, September 27, 2012....
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CEA ads featuring Colorado success stories to run during presidential debates

    The Colorado Education Association will launch a series of ads to air on broadcast television during the presidential debates. The ads feature two Colorado success...
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Adams County Commissioner Candidates Forum

Public Event announced with all Candidates confirming attendance....
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Your Public Notice Here

Should Commerce City residents look on the side of roads for public notices concerning city council agendas (like a methane pipeline to potentially be buried in their neighborhood)? ...
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City of Commerce City's "Public Notice" made Public

Here is a link to what might be the most important public notice for Commerce City northern range residents -- a Council Agenda to review a project permitting Xcel Energy to bury a methane pipeline parallel to 104th Avenue. ...
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Are You Missing Something?

We’ll bet most of the northern range is. But the operable question is whether or not your not having seen the most recent public notice was intended for you to not take notice. ...
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