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Familiar faces push back against fire merger

Familiar faces in Littleton politics came out swinging against the city's effort to see Littleton Fire Rescue absorbed by South Metro Fire Rescue at the April 3 city council meeting, taking umbrage … more

Street budget robust in 2018, but worries loom

Littleton is poised to kick off a robust season of roadway improvements thanks to a budget boost from a ballot measure last fall that allowed the city to keep extra revenue, although road maintenance … more

In Vita case, court upholds city's rules for citizen appeals

Extant litigation involving the Vita Littleton senior apartment complex — formerly called the Grove — ended on March 8, when the Colorado Court of Appeals upheld a prior ruling that the city was … more

Biogas plan, moving forward, comes at varying risk

Aside from heralding the rare occurrence of residents hearing the word “poop” at a city council gathering, the plan that could make Englewood and Littleton millions of dollars by selling a gas … more

Littleton council approves new developer hearings

With development going gangbusters in Littleton — and becoming a hot-button political issue — Littleton City Council added a new step to the planning process for large projects that it hopes will … more

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
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