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Jill Romannis the Douglas County chief deputy coroner and a medico-legal death investigator. Her 23-year career includes working in urban and rural regional medical examiner's offices in Minnesota and Colorado, including Minnesota's Hennepin … more
Tracey Montano is in her 19th year working for the Denver Coroner's Office, where she is a medico-legal death investigator. She has a master's degree in criminal justice, starting her career as an emergency medical technician. In 1995, while … more
Stevan Strain, one of two Republican candidates running for Douglas County commissioner in District 1, has served on various local boards, including the Douglas County Libraries Board of Trustees, the Douglas County Planning Commission and the … more
Dave Weaver, who has served as Douglas County sheriff since 2005, has worked in law enforcement for 32 years. According to his campaign website, he “excelled at the DCSO by systematically being promoted through the ranks” and has served in … more
The public's last chance to weigh in on whether Littleton City Council should approve retail marijuana sales in the city is set for July 1, now that the body has narrowly passed an ordinance on first reading to ban the practice. On June 3, staff … more
Some Littleton City Council members are trying to quell an outcry from a group of their regular critics who are upset about the city ramping up its urban-renewal authority, Littleton Invests for Tomorrow, known as LIFT. “I'm concerned a bit, … more
The Castle Rock Town Council approved the first reading of ballot language for a potential amendment to the town charter that would require a vote to change gun laws in the future. At the June 3 meeting, the council approved the following … more
Brighton City staff requested City Council give it some ideas on the direction the city should take on regulating the legal growing of marijuana for personal use by Brighton residents. Currently the state of Colorado allows a state resident to … more
A code amendment supporting Urban Agriculture was received with enthusiasm by Brighton City Council May 27. The council supported the idea of creating gardens in any zoned area in Brighton and allowing chicken to be keep with the city limits. The … more
Englewood continued receiving favorable reports as Frank Gryglewicz, finance director, told the city council the revenue growth and limits on spending mean the city financial picture is better than at this point in 2013, which was a good … more
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