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Desperate attempt to save Amendment 68

Desperate attempt to save Amendment 68

Submitted by No on 68  Another day, another attempt to manufacture support for the deeply flawed Amendment 68 proposal, one Rhode Island Casino operator’s scheme to line his pockets at the expense of Coloradans. First the campaign attempted to manufacture education community support with misleading ads that they were forced to pull down. Now they’re […]

Balmer recognized by paramedics

Balmer recognized by paramedics

Turleys host ice cream social for Walker Stapleton

Turleys host ice cream social for Walker Stapleton

By Scottie Taylor Iverson With a celebration of Indian summer, Kathy and Tim Turley opened their Centennial home for an “Ice Cream Social in support of Walker Stapleton.” The additional host committee included Nancy Doty and Wayne Brady, Suzanne and Cliff Dodge, Jewell and Nolan Hargrave, Theresa and Nick Martens, Nancy and George Sharpe, Lynne […]

Centennial partners in broadband initiative

Centennial partners in broadband initiative

City voters OK’d ballot issue last year  By Peter Jones This week, Centennial officially joined Next Century Cities, a new initiative of 31 U.S. cities that emphasize what they say is the importance of leveraging gigabit-level Internet as a way to attract new businesses, create jobs – and even improve healthcare and education, organizers say. […]

Office politics at the Clerk and Recorder

Office politics at the Clerk and Recorder

Challenger says her boss has retaliated, clerk denies By Peter Jones In an election that has taken office politics to a new level, a staffer in the Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder’s Office claims her opponent has retaliated against her in ways few political rivals could – the opponent is also her boss. Joan Lopez, […]

Democrats accuse Conti of legal violations

Democrats accuse Conti of legal violations

State rep erred on campaign-finance reports By Peter Jones A group of Democrats in state House District 38 have filed a complaint against incumbent Rep. Kathleen Conti for alleged campaign-finance violations. The complaint sent to Conti, Colorado Ethics Watch and The Villager on Oct. 6 says the Littleton Republican has violated Colorado election law by […]

2014 Election Section

2014 Election Section

A special section to The Villager with detailed information on candidates, ballot issues and amendments for the upcoming Nov. 4 election. Don’t forget to VOTE!

Public outreach underway on Centennial land code

Public outreach underway on Centennial land code

The City of Centennial is implementing the third and final phase of the new Land Development Code known as the Commercial Zoning Update. This project involves an update to the city’s official zoning map for all commercial properties in the city to the newly adopted code. The public invited to attend one of four separate […]

Arapahoe clerk utilizing new queuing technology

Arapahoe clerk utilizing new queuing technology

Kiosks may reduce wait times  By Tom Barry The Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has implemented a new kiosk system at three area branches. The new state-of-the-art kiosks manufactured by Lavi Industries were designed to reduce the time customers wait in line for a plethora of services that the county provides. The county has […]

County seeks temporary election workers

County seeks temporary election workers

The Arapahoe County Elections Division invites citizens to apply for paid positions as temporary election workers to assist with the upcoming general election. This is an opportunity to get involved in your local government and play a role in the democratic process. Election workers would assist citizens at a Voter Service and Polling Center or […]

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