“I came today to speak about the hypocrisy I saw on Monday evening,” Berzins said. “Some of the same people who stood up and criticized the ballot issue of the racetrack just a few weeks ago about there being no process — and I was one of them — are now saying there doesn’t need to be a process on this.”
Tornadoes are good, but too hard to predict for the 5 o’clock bumper. Instead, Quid suggests reporters broadcast live from the press table on the floor of the State Senate chambers, letting viewers know how lethally dangerous it is to listen to state legislator ramblings at close range
For Hizzoner Mayor Steve Hogan, one verse stands out: “Aurora is not a suburb.” If there’s room left on his stone, which really should explain that the man held elected office from around the same time the granite was formed, Quid knows Hogan would want the world to know, “There are rules, and rules should be followed or — or nothing. Follow the damn rules.”
During a call-in to a recent council committee meeting, Councilman Bob Roth filled the conference room with the loud and cringe-inducing sounds of him squeezing into or out of his vehicle, listeners surmised
The change also will allow fireworks stands to operate for the first time within the city, and already Aurora has received nine applications to open stands this summer, according to Trevor Vaughn, manager of the city’s tax and licensing division
Two council members on the city’s ad hoc policy committee that deals with weed issues, Sally Mounier and Bob Roth, recently agreed to green-light a discussion on allowing the sale, manufacturing and cultivation of medical marijuana in Aurora. Those practices are currently banned under city code
This latest push to axe the prohibitive racetrack verbiage marks the fourth time the city has attempted to make such a charter amendment. All of the other measures failed, including the most recent attempt in 2015. That measure lost by 1,081 votes, according to Councilwoman Sally Mounier, who backed the effort.
Funds for the contracts will be generated using marijuana tax revenues in the city, according to city documents.
Two council members on the city’s ad hoc policy committee that deals with weed issues, Sally Mounier and Bob Roth, recently agreed to green-light a discussion on allowing the sale, manufacturing and cultivation of medical marijuana in Aurora. Those practices are currently banned under city code.