“Let me follow the logic here: The water fund is giving money to AEDC so they can go out and get businesses to use more water,” Richardson said. “That is ludicrous logic in my opinion. It gives the perception that the water fund is a cash cow. I will not support one water rate increase as long as Aurora Water has $200,000 to just send out the door to this organization.”
Dave Bray, vice president of architecture and construction for RIDA Development, and the man leading the construction project, noted that because of some shrewd building decisions and mild weather, the biggest hotel project under construction in the country is right on track — despite a planned time-line that Bray admits was “aggressive.”
“Negotiations have not been easy, but we are making progress,” Coffman said, adding that border security has been the crux of the conversation
Thousands of motorcyclists gathered on Sunday, Dec. 3 at Aurora Sports Park before making their way to the Children’s Hospital Colorado to donate toys and stuffed animals for the patients to receive during the holidays
This time of year — the weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas — are always rough on local charities, and across Aurora, charities say they are in desperate need of food and money.
Cunningham Fire Protection District — which covers a 14-square-mile swath of Centennial and unincorporated Arapahoe County, as well as neighborhoods that border Aurora Fire’s coverage area — will merge with South Metro Fire Rescue Jan. 1, completing a long-discussed unification of the two agencies
For seniors, who tend to make more visits to the doctor than younger folks, those quick in-and-out-did-they-even-catch-my-name visits can be especially frustrating
The new audit works to ensure the machines that count votes are accurately reading paper ballots submitted by voters. The machine logs how each ballot is counted and allows clerk and recorders to compare by hand how each paper ballot was read by the machine to find any errors
Just 54 votes separate retired Air Force Col. Dave Gruber and Tom Tobiassen, the former chairman of the Regional Transportation District. The slim margin was enough to force Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties to recount the ballots. State law dictates that if two candidates are within a half-percent of each other the votes must be recounted.