In 2012, Anadarko entered into an agreement with Aurora to purchase “used” water from the city for five years at a rate of 1,500 acre feet per year. The company is in the final year of its agreement with the city, and still owes $2,025,915, according to city documents.
While Aurora has a total ban on fireworks, legal fireworks stands just outside city limits sell fireworks for several weeks leading up to Independence Day every year
In discussing city’s propose 2017 spending plan, officials consider hiring up to 40 new police and firefighters
Day has been serving as interim presiding judge since Aug. 22; he will be officially sworn in Sept. 26
“In two years, I’ll be homeless,” said Bennett, who has paid tens of thousands of dollars in interest on her mobile home and said she will not be able to save enough to pay it off before the park closes as owners are raising the rent
Finding ways for Aurora homeless people to vote, to live better lives and find real homes, possibly by using taxes from recreational pot sales
Aurora is taking a lead position in the metro area in not only recognizing that homeless is much more than the cliches so many of us consider, but it’s creating programs to make a real difference
“Low power FM radio stations are for communities who don’t have outlets to communicate with fellow citizens,” said Getahun of 93.9 KETO-FM, a non-profit Getahun launched with the hopes of hosting the first immigrant-focused radio station in the city.
“I’m just sick and tired of being second to Denver in everything … We are the most international city in Colorado and we ought to do something about it,” said Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan in April.