The proposed 2013 Greenwood Village budget will receive a public hearing at City Hall at 7 p.m., Monday, Oct. 22. Prior to the public hearing, Mayor Ron Rakowsky, City Council and city staff will assemble Oct. 16 for a full day work session reviewing the entire proposed budget document prior to the public meeting.
District 6 City Councilwoman Harriet LaMair announced she will be resigning in November at the Sept. 4 Cherry Hills Village meeting. She is stepping down from her elected term, which runs until January 2015. The City Council will make an appointment to fill the vacancy and is accepting applications immediately.
Prioritizing occupied the July 16 City Council study session in Greenwood Village. Meeting jointly with the Parks, Trails and Recreation Commission, council heard rationale for priority listing of 18 possible acquisitions on the 2012 Land Acquisition List.
The city of Centennial had planned Centennial Center Park for years, down to the last swing set and picnic table, but no one, neither city officials nor engineers, had anticipated the overwhelming popularity of the new facility.
Danielson hits the ground, running Centennial By Peter Jones Although John Danielson has lived in Centennial for only a month, he will soon become one of the most knowledgeable voters in city elections. Danielson is not just the new guy next door. He is the new city manager. On a typical day, Centennial’s CEO wades [...]
Some elected officials in Arapahoe, Douglas and Adams counties are expressing skepticism about a renewed consideration for Aurora seceding from those counties and becoming a combined city and county government.
By Peter Jones Centennial Center Park saw its grand opening last week, but the April 27 ribbon cutting and official dedication were mere formalities for residents who had been climbing over the official barricades for weeks. “Many of us have already been here using it and enjoying it, but now we don’t have to [...]
By Peter Jones As Centennial makes headway into its second decade, the city’s identity may no longer be rooted in its lack of one, as Mayor Cathy Noon inferred during her third State of Our City address on April 12 at Embassy Suites Hotel. “Whenever I go to different events … it was easier to [...]
Outgoing Mayor Wozniak honored By Bob Sweeney Mayor Michael Wozniak pounded the gavel at 6:15 p.m., April 9, for the last time as mayor of Cherry Hills Village. After being sworn in, new Mayor Doug Tisdale was given the same gavel to start his two-year term leading the city. No stranger to city government, he served [...]
By Peter Jones John Danielson will be the next Centennial city manager. On April 2, the City Council unanimously approved a negotiated contract for Danielson to serve as Centennial’s top unelected leader for five years. He will be the third person to hold the job on a permanent basis in the city’s 11-year history. “Mr. [...]