Tony Fuller rides his bike everywhere he can, whenever he can, including from his home in Stapleton to his office in Lakewood every day.
The board of the Westerly Creek Metropolitan District (WCMD) has issued an invitation to Stapleton-related organizations to participate in a newly formed Strategic Planning Committee.
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Local voters next month get to re-write the state constitution, raise the minimum wage, create an alternative to ObamaCare, repeal slavery as a punishment for crime, raise $572 million for Denver Public Schools, allow another social marijuana experiment, and continue to financially support regional scientific, educational and cultural organizations.
Libraries and printed books—most of us grew up with them.
With the ease and safety of homes in close proximity and neighbors who welcome the party atmosphere, Stapleton’s sidewalks and streets fill with traditional ghosts and goblins on Halloween—along with less traditional characters like a stove. And the adults seem to enjoy the evening as much as the kids.
When 16-year-old Jedidiah Johnson, who is African-American, was a freshman in high school, he and some friends were accused of taking his teacher’s Adderall pills from the classroom.
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The City of Aurora is moving forward with a pilot project to install bike lanes on Montview Blvd. to improve mobility options for all travel modes in this heavily travelled corridor.