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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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New Youth Commission holds informational meeting

NEW organization will serve as an advisory body to city council ...
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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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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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Four business leaders honored during annual event

BUSINESS AND INVESTOR APPRECIATION EVENT CELEBRATES SUCCESSES ...
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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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Mingle with the Mayor October 3

Come meet with Thornton Mayor Heidi Williams and talk about what's happening in the City at Thornton Fire Station #5, 14051 Dorothy Blvd. at 7 p.m....
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I-25 at 88th Avenue Lane Closures

On the nights of 9/28/12 and 9/29/12, the right lane of southbound I-25 approaching 88th Avenue will be closed starting at 9:00 PM each night. Starting at 11:00 PM each night, the middle and right lanes of southbound I-25 approaching 88th Avenue will be closed. All lanes of southbound I-25 approaching 88th Avenue will re-open by 9:00 AM the following mornings....
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