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Council unanimously approved a resolution authorizing a joint development agreement between the city and TC Development Inc. for phase one of the Olde Town parking structure project. The agreement acknowledges the selection of a master developer for … more
Council heard a presentation by the city’s financial department regarding the 2013 end-of-year financial report. The presentation highlighted the revenues of the city’s major funds, showing the city ended the year positively, with several … more
Arvada City Council voted on the following legislation during its April 7 regular business meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Marc Williams, Mayor Pro Tem Mark McGoff, District 1 Councilman Jerry Marks, District 3 Councilman John … more
Helping Kids Thrive spring meetings April 22, 29 and May 6 April 22 - Wayne Carle Middle School April 29 - West Jefferson Middle School May 6 - Arvada K-8 (with sessions in both Spanish and English) Free 303-432-5320 or … more
Studies have consistently shown that one of the keys to a student’s success is getting their parents actively involved in the learning process, and for 24 years the Jefferson Center for Mental Health has been teaching this through its Helping Kids … more
After a little over two years as president and CEO for The West Chamber, Brian Willms will be stepping down from his position on May 27. “It’s with a heavy heart that I am informing you I am resigning from my position as President/CEO for The … more
A House GOP rift has led to an unexpected resignation from a party leadership post. Rep. Kevin Priola, R-Henderson, announced his resignation as House minority whip on April 14, four days after an unsuccessful Republican caucus vote that sought … more
Brett L. Almy, Libertarian Jeff Schrader, Republican Jim Shires, Republican John JP Berry, Republican (Write-in) more
Coming in as a write-in candidate, John Berry has been preparing his campaign for the Jefferson County Sheriff’s seat for the past four years, a position that has drawn three other candidates. Currently residing in Arvada, Berry is working as … more
A bill that sought to criminalize bullying through text messaging and social media platforms died in a Senate committee last week. The bill was meant to address the issue of cyberbullying by creating a misdemeanor for cases that cause “serious … more
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