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Brighton considers ‘creative’ alternatives for water treatment

Brighton’s water treatment plant is getting older and it’s only able to treat so much water, but the city can’t afford to replace the plant right now. Yet, the plant’s limits are already … more

Council OKs body cameras for Brighton police

Brighton City Council voted unanimously to approve a 10-year, $2.7 million contract to secure body cameras for the Brighton Police Department.Seven of the nine council members approved the contract … more

Need-to-know info for city council elections

Though municipal elections are a little over six months away, the seeds of campaign season are already in the ground. Several candidates in Thornton and Westminster have thrown their names in the hat … more

Councilors want review of Vestas deals, past agreements

Vestas Blades announcement that it is laying off 280 at its Brighton plant has City Councilors wanting to go over city records to make sure that the company is keeping up with deals it made. “There … more

Brighton tackle some animal issues

Brighton dogs will be required to have locating chips and potbellied pigs will need rabies vaccines as part of a set of changes City Councilors considered Feb. 2. In other business, Councilors gave … more

Brighton council calls to ‘repeal, replace’ marijuana sales

Calling previous City Council votes on marijuana sales archaic and anti-monetary Brighton Mayor Pro Tem led the charge to revamp city rules. “I think the best thing we can do is repeal, replace,” … more

BURA repays South Main Street loan

A proposed redevelopment of a South Main Street lot is progressing well enough that the Brighton Urban Renewal Authority has repaid a $2.5 million loan from the city. “We have seen that the city … more

Brighton council considers how to find new City Attorney

Brighton is looking for a new permanent legal advisor, and councilors are considering how they want to fill that job, in-house or through consultants. “We need to fill the city attorney’s … more

Brighton opts for mini-goat pilot program

Brighton residents will be able to keep goats on their property according to a Jan. 19 City Council decision, but the deal comes with some pretty strong restrictions. According to the new miniature … more
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