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Making a case for a different way to vote

Frank Atwood wants to change the way America votes. Atwood, 70, is the chairman of the Approval Voting Party. The group passed the threshold of 1,000 members in the state at the beginning of October, … more

Englewood, Sheridan, Littleton embark on homelessness study

Homlessness in Englewood, Sheridan and Littleton will be the focus of an in-depth study conducted over the next few months by the University of Denver's Burnes Center on Poverty and Homelessness. The … more

City short on funds to address infrastructure needs, officials say

Littleton’s city-owned buildings and vehicle fleet are increasingly in need of repair or replacement, but the city budget can’t cover the costs. That’s among the bigger takeaways from the … more

Littleton unveils drafts of future planning documents

Littleton residents have until Sept. 16 to give feedback on a pair of sweeping documents that will help guide development and growth in the city for decades to come. City officials unveiled the … more

The strange case of the car in the lake

It's a case as murky as the waters of Ketring Lake. Scuba divers from South Metro Fire Rescue made a strange find in Ketring Lake, adjacent to the Littleton Museum, on July 23: a 1994 Honda Accord … more

Congressman hears calls for help on housing, traffic

Federal dollars are crucial to addressing Littleton's housing, traffic and water concerns, city officials told U.S. Rep. Jason Crow on July 31. Crow represents Colorado's 6th Congressional district, … more

Low-income residents could be on the move

Jackie Chavez was finally starting to feel settled. Chavez, 28, spent her younger years moving from place to place in east Denver, with her young children in tow. Three years ago, she landed a … more

Federal and Bowles intersection faces slow road to upgrades

No new safety improvements have been implemented at the intersection of Federal Boulevard and Bowles Avenue, nearly two years after voters approved more than a half-million dollars in funding to … more

No new complaints about shooting range, officials say

A south Littleton shooting range that has been the target of controversy over the past year is officially open for business, and may get even bigger. Despite dire predictions from neighbors over … more

Running for city council? Do it for the right reasons, mayor says

Local social media pages are full of calls for a change on Littleton's city council. For those interested in putting their money where their mouth is, city officials are ready to assist anyone … more

Voters could decide on tax questions, mayoral elections

Littleton voters could decide on new or higher taxes in the next couple election cycles, city council heard on June 11. Council held a spitballing session on possible future ballot issues at the June … more

Development in the works at Mineral and Santa Fe

Plans to build hundreds of homes, apartments and shops on vacant land near Mineral Avenue and Santa Fe Drive are moving ahead, adding pressure on city officials to address congestion at the … more

City council gearing up for change this fall

Four seats are up for grabs on Littleton’s seven-member city council this November, and two councilmembers already know they’ll be asking to keep their positions. It’s still six months until … more

Reynolds Landing to see river improvements

Tucked away behind Breckenridge Brewery along the South Platte River, Reynolds Landing is quietly becoming another jewel in the crown of public improvements along the once-neglected waterway, … more
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