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A proposal to increase the rental rates at a city-owned senior housing complex did not move forward at Littleton City Council on April 18. The council will hear more from city staff in upcoming meetings about its options when it comes to Geneva … more
Although still without a permanent city manager, Littleton may select a replacement city attorney soon. Former city attorney Kristin Schledorn stepped down in October to return to private … more
Littleton City Council will interview candidates for the open city attorney position at the end of this month. Former City Attorney Kristin Schledorn resigned in October after two years and returned to private practice. The council selected … more
The Littleton City Council unanimously approved a list of appointees to the city’s various boards, authorities and commissions on March 7. The appointees include: Littleton Invests for Tomorrow: • Nicholas Millar Millar is an energy … more
The Littleton City Council tentatively approved five new members of the city's embattled urban renewal authority on March 1, setting them up for expected confirmation at the March 7 meeting. Carol Brzeczek, Jason Henderson, Nicholas Millar, … more
Robert “Bob” Tonsing served for a decade on Littleton City Council and was named “Father of Light Rail” by the Regional Transportation District when he retired from its board in 2004. Friends and colleagues will gather Feb. 10 at Fort … more
Though a 4-3 vote at Littleton City Council in December saved the city's urban renewal authority, three of the board's seven members have resigned, with two more saying they will not continue past their current term's expiration in March. “We … more
Littleton City Council has narrowed the search for a new city manager to six choices. And while council agreed to move forward with interviewing the six finalists, several members said at a … more
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