The school was designated a Purple Heart School by the Military Order of the Purple Heart for having “great admiration, gratitude and respect for the men and women of the Armed Forces of the United States of America,” according to a proclamation from the organization’s Local Chapter MOPH375.
For Presiding Judge Shawn Day — himself a relative newcomer to his current job having been sworn in as the top judge in September — the changes are daunting but welcome.
Although council members raised no objection to the proposed intergovernmental agreement between the three entities at the council’s study session, the pact for a joint crime lab is not official until a resolution is passed at a regular council meeting. That could happen as soon as the next regular meeting Jan. 23
New this year are events featuring Native American and Jewish themes, as well as a special film showing for veterans, according to Barbara Shannon-Banister, manager of the city’s community relations division.
“Aurora mall has to be the worst place in Colorado,” read one tweet.
If stopgap funding is not solidified, Arapahoe House could shutter its detox operations as soon as Jan. 30, according to Noe and later confirmed by Butler.
While police officers around the country — including the bulk of Aurora patrol officers — have worn body cameras for several years, Hankins said the use of the devices is much less common among code and animal control officers. The pilot program for the Aurora code and animal control officers could be among the first in the country.
There are two particular residential developments in unincorporated Arapahoe County just outside of city boundaries which remain a concern for Aurora City Council members because of their potential water and traffic impacts: Prosper and Sky Ranch
Crews have been working since September to turn the old JC Penney building on Colfax into The Soul Center, a sprawling hub that will host multiple live concerts a week, broadcast television shows and offer shopping and dining