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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 […]

Cherry Hills Village City Council declines to host candidate debates

Cherry Hills Village City Council declines to host candidate debates

By Jan Wondra The Oct. 7 City Council meeting included one item of business that wasn’t ordinary regarding why the city isn’t hosting a candidate forum, and whether the city should play host to a debate event for all candidates running for City Council and mayor. The subject generated public comment prior to the council’s […]

Mitt Romney draws crowd at Heritage H.S. for Beauprez

Mitt Romney draws crowd at Heritage H.S. for Beauprez

By Scottie Taylor Iverson Former Massachusetts Governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney thrilled hundreds at Heritage High School on a blustery day to draw a sharp contrast between Gov. John Hickenlooper and Republican challenger Bob Beauprez. “There’s one governor that stands out for indecisiveness. He’s had a hard time figuring out what kind of business […]

New flood risk maps released by FEMA

New flood risk maps released by FEMA

SEMSWA schedules public meetings this month Submitted by SEMSWA September marked the one-year anniversary of the Colorado flood disaster. Estimates indicate more than 25,000 homes were damaged and another 1,800 were destroyed. Much of the damage was experienced outside the identified high-risk flood zone by property owners who may have been less aware of their […]

Colorado Association of School Boards opposes Amendment 68

Colorado Association of School Boards opposes Amendment 68

Organization representing elected school boards urges voters to say ‘no’  Submitted by CASB The Colorado Association of School Boards, the state’s largest membership organization for elected school board members, voted by a wide margin to oppose Amendment 68, a scheme to bring casino gambling to the metro Denver area under the guise of increasing funding […]

Laura Christman, a candidate for mayor of Cherry Hills Village

Laura Christman, a candidate for mayor of Cherry Hills Village

Submitted by Jeff Welborn and Lynda McNeive Laura Christman, a resident of Cherry Hills Village for more than 25 years, has entered the race for mayor of Cherry Hills Village and has earned the endorsement of numerous Cherry Hills Village leaders.  Among them, former mayors Joan Duncan, Jeff Welborn and Mike Wozniak, and current City Council […]

POWR hosts Jill Repella, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor

POWR hosts Jill Repella, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor

By Scottie Taylor Iverson POWR co-chairs Antonette Smith and Tammi McCoy staged an up close and personal session with Douglas County Commissioner Jill Repella, who just happens to be the Republican candidate for Lt. Governor chosen by Bob Beauprez. Colorado Automobile Dealers Association was the venue that drew an audience of men, as well as […]

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