Adams County to Host Stormwater Utility Implementation Project Open House Meeting Series

The Adams County Board of Commissioners will host public open house meetings to discuss updated policies and solicit additional feedback regarding the Stormwater Utility Implementation Project.
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Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge to Temporarily Close for Public Visitation

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – The Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and Visitor Center will be closed to all public activities and visitation beginning Monday, August 20 through Friday, September 21, 2012 to support the expansion of a monitoring project on U.S. Army-owned land located in the central portion of the site...
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Phillipp Noble Named Administrator of Adams County Workforce & Business Center

Chris Kline, director of Adams County Human Services Department, is pleased to announce the promotion of Phillipp Noble to administrator of the Adams County Workforce & Business Center. Noble will assume his new role on July 16, 2012....
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"It's time to Celebrate" - the parting words of Adams County Human Services Director, Dr. Donald Cassata

At a time when Adams County seems to be enduring heightened scrutiny for allegations of misconduct, it's even more imperative to be circumspect regarding what has worked and what is working. At the retirement farewell of Dr. Cassata, here are his closing words regarding the 'state of Human Services' in Adams County. Dr. Cassata is currently an Administrative and Behavioral Consultant in Brighton: (Donald M. Cassata, Ph.D., Administrative & Behavioral Consultant, 14700 Akron Street, Brighton, Colorado 80602,, 303-906-9117) ...
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Adams County Investigates Drug Allegations

In March 2012, Adams County began an internal investigation in response to information that controlled substances were being distributed among several county employees in the Human Services Department. County officials promptly informed law enforcement and a criminal investigation began....
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Saving Adams County Open Spaces

Adams County's threat to its open spaces has never been higher. From development to oil and gas exploration, the bid for water resources and land threatens farmland and our collective ability to enjoy the beauty of our county. Fortunately, the Adams County Commission, along with the assistance of the Adams County Open Space Program (Adams County Parks & Community Resources) is working hard to change all that....
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Colorado public trustee spending raises red flags -- Denver Post Article

• "Adams County Public Trustee Carol Snyder drives a car that her office purchased new for her use — the only trustee to do that. The fuel is paid, the exterior is washed regularly, and the vehicle is equipped with a subscription satellite-radio system. She says she's entitled to the perks..." -- Denver Post (Click Link Below for Full Story)...
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Keeping the Door Open -- Prosecutions, Education, and Prevention

Adams County's prosecutions are up-- but what's love to to do with it? Today, words like 'empathy' and 'partnership' have more to do with Adams County's crime analysis than you might think. Here's a District Attorney's feature that might surprise you (See Link Below)...
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On the History of the American Pride Co-op in Adams County

As of July 1st, 2012, it's not called, "Agfinity". But for more than 36 years, Adams County's foremost farmer's co-op represented more than agriculture. As explained in the words of 36-year President and CEO, Al Shivley, the Co-op embodied a passion, love, and commitment that brought it from being broke in 1967 to over 160 employees and a $60million / year revenue stream. Here is the story of the Co-op (Click Link Below for Story)...
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