Keyword: Littleton City Council
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New members of city council sworn in

Littleton's four new councilmembers were sworn in at the Nov. 21 city council meeting, with Patrick Driscoll taking Bill Hopping's seat in District 1; Carol Fey taking Phil Cernanec's seat in … more

Budget woes may loom for Littleton

Long-term trends are coming to bear on Littleton’s city budget that could cause the fund used to fix streets and upgrade city equipment to dry up in as few as five years, city officials say. A pair of ballot measures aimed at addressing budget … more

Q&As with the Littleton City Council candidates

All candidates for the Littleton City Council race of 2017, their campaign contact information, and how they answered a few key questions about the Littleton community. more

Voters to decide whether to let more Sunshine in

A loosely affiliated community activist group with a core of longtime supporters known for their opposition to a variety of development efforts is seeing renewed attention this fall, as several central figures are running for city council. Key … more

Suddath seeking open District 1 seat

Kama Suddath will run against Patrick Driscoll for the District 1 Littleton City Council seat, which is up for grabs after incumbent Bill Hopping decided not to run for re-election. Suddath said she wants to see Littleton stay … more

Brzeczek running for at-large council seat

Community activist Carol Brzeczek is running for one of two at-large seats up for grabs on Littleton City Council. Brzeczez said she is running to “to protect Littleton's quality of life, find a fiscally responsible solution to the current … more

Driscoll to run for District 1 seat

Patrick Driscoll is one of two candidates vying for the District 1 city council seat after incumbent Bill Hopping decided not to pursue re-election. Driscoll said he's running to take a different approach to business development. “City … more

Littleton council rejects storage facility on Santa Fe

The proposal to build a self-storage facility south of the Denver Seminary on South Santa Fe Drive died at the Aug. 15 Littleton city council meeting, with members largely citing public outcry and a poor fit for their long-term goals for the river … more
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