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It might well be a sing of an political apocalypse when almost all candidates in a race are united on a particular issue, but that appears to be the case in the coming city election in Lakewood. Practically all 11 candidates for the five open … more
Lakewood's ballot initiative to limit residential growth cleared its legal challenge Monday, and is again on track to appear on this November's ballot. City Clerk, Margy Greer ruled the initiative to put a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on large multifamily projects to city council received sufficient signatures in the proper way. more
Schools choice, transparency and opportunities for all students were hot topics at the first Jefferson County Board of Education candidate forum held Sept. 13 at Wheat Ridge High School. The forum, presented by Support Jeffco Kids and Arvadans for … more
In a more than four hour administrative hearing on Sept. 7, lawyers both for and against the validity of an initiative to place a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on … more
Lakewood City Council will look decidedly different after the November election, with a seat in each ward up for grabs and only two incumbents in the race. In Ward 1, incumbent Ramey Johnson is running for re-election, though there was some doubt … more
Lakewood's City Clerk, Margy Greer, extended the debate over a controversial measure to place a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on large multifamily projects to city council following a two hour administrative … more
Due to a challenge by Lakewood resident Steve Dorman, city council did not discuss a controversial measure to place a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on large multifamily projects to city council during its meeting … more
The Lakewood Neighborhood Partnerships submitted more than 7,500 signatures from community members on July 28 to place a 1 percent annual limit on residential growth and return decisions on large multifamily projects to city council. Cathy … more
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