Monthly Archives: February 2011

Wadsworth Corridor Meeting


Feb 28 2011 T.O. Owens The meeting on the Wadsworth Corridor was part of a school project for graduate students at CU Denver. The meeting was well attended with an estimated 100 people present. Most of the city council was … Continue reading

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BOB FIFER ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR COUNCIL AT-LARGE SEAT


February 27, 2011 by John Kiljan Bob Fifer has announced that he plans to run for the At-Large Arvada City Council seat now held by Marc Williams. Mr Fifer is an engineering manager with Qwest Communications and has been active … Continue reading

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MEMORIAL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD COMMITTEE TO MEET MARCH 3RD


February 26, 2011 by John Kiljan The City-sponsored Memorial Park Neighborhood Committee will hold its third organizational meeting this Thursday at 6:00 pm (note the new time) in the Anne Campbell Room across from the Arvada police station entrance at … Continue reading

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ARVADA GARDENERS ASK FOR COMMUNITY SUPPORT


February 25, 2011 (updated) by John Kiljan In a widely distributed email, the Arvada Gardeners garden club is asking for community support to keep the Arvada Community Gardens at its current location as the Triangle urban development area is redeveloped. … Continue reading

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PARK DESIGN, RALSTON ROAD AND PARKING ARE TOP ISSUES AT THE CLRC’S FIRST MEETING


February 16, 2011 by John Kiljan Despite the snow and cold, 21 people showed up for the first general meeting of the Citizens for a Livable Ralston Community (CLRC) neighborhood association on the night of February 8th. The nascent association … Continue reading

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CITY TO OFFER FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO NEIGHBORHOOD GROUPS


February 13, 2011 by John Kiljan Planning on having a block party this summer? A community organizational meeting? The City of Arvada may be willing to help pay for it. A neighborhood cleanup project? Again, the City may willing to … Continue reading

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CITY MANAGER ANNOUNCES INTENTION TO RETIRE


After a combined 25 years of service with the City of Arvada, City Manager Craig G. Kocian informed the City Council of his intention to retire effective September 30, 2011. In 1972, Kocian was appointed an Administrative Assistant to the … Continue reading

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