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A weathered sign marks its territory Sept. 22 at Stanley Aviation. Built in 1954, Stanley Aviation manufactured airplane ejector seats but after years of being abandoned the building will be getting a facelift. The 100,000 square footage will be transformed into a marketplace that will house a restaurant, beer garden, community park, office spaces and a variety of dining, shopping and recreational options. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

“It’s clear we are getting positive attention that we have long deserved. But in the past we failed to step up and tell our own great story. With whole hearted Council support, we have now launched a branding campaign designed to change perceptions about our home,” said Hogan.


AURORA  | The city’s Oil and Gas Committee met Wednesday to learn about the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission’s tough new penalties for operators who violate state regulations. COGCC approved hefty penalties Monday that will allow the state to fine operators up to $15,000 a day who are in violation of the state’s oil and gas regulations. Last […]


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