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Turkey Trot to be held Saturday, Nov. 17

The city of Brighton’s Parks and Recreation Department will host the 28th Annual Turkey Trot at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 17. The Turkey Trot will begin at the Brighton Recreation Center, 555 N. 11th Ave. The 5K Run/ Walk, dubbed the “flattest and fasted 5K race,” features various age divisions with awards given to first, second and third place male and female finishers in each age division. The race is also a Bolder Boulder qualifier.
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Attorney Gene A. Ciancio Appointed to Metropolitan Football Stadium Board

Broomfield, Colorado – Colorado native and attorney Gene A. Ciancio has been appointed to the Metropolitan Football Stadium District Board. The appointment to serve and represent Adams County is a four year term ending in 2016....
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RTD to implement regular August 2012 Service Changes on Sunday, August 19

Denver – The Regional Transportation District (RTD) will implement its August Service Changes on Sunday, August 19, 2012. RTD Service Changes are implemented several times per year to improve the overall quality and efficiency of the RTD system. Public meetings were held in June to solicit public comment regarding the service changes. The service changes may be accessed online at
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Colorado Sikh community shaken by Wisconsin shootings -- Denver Post Article

Shaken by news of a massacre at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, members of the religion in Colorado are taking steps to prevent a similar incident at their temple in Commerce City. (SEE ATTACHED LINK BELOW FOR FULL ARTICLE)...
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Automobile Break-ins on the rise in Reunion, northern Commerce City

According to a source, at least three vehicles were broken into in Reunion on the night of July 17th. It is believed that all three break-ins were reported to the Commerce City Police Department. Recently, a spokesperson for the Commerce City PD suggested that "the majority of automobile break-ins are prompted by unlocked vehicles or vehicles with conspicuously placed belongings within public view." Again, a plea is made to residents to lock your vehicles at all times.

Ten Years of Urban Renewal Changes Face of Brighton

“Urban Renewal has been a major tool to support reinvestment in key areas of our community,” said Manuel Esquibel, City Manager and Executive Director of BURA. “Our small but targeted public investments help ‘prime the pump’ for private sector partners to get a project underway.”...
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Colorado Employment Situation May 2012

(DENVER) -- Employers in Colorado added 2,000 nonfarm payroll jobs from April to May for a total of 2,291,700 nonfarm payroll jobs, according to the survey of business establishments. Private sector payroll jobs increased 2,300 and government decreased 300....
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RTD Board of Directors Continues Telephone Town Halls June 14 with Districts B and N

The Regional Transportation District (RTD) Board of Directors continues its series of live telephone town hall meetings with the public through June 28. The telephone town halls kicked off on June 11. ...
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