Citizen task force assessing infrastructure needs in Arapahoe County
How can Arapahoe County meet public safety and transportation concerns now and in the future given current funding levels? That’s the question facing the Arapahoe County Long Range Planning Committee. The committee will discuss those needs at its upcoming meeting on June 11.
WHAT: Second meeting of the Arapahoe County Long Range Planning Committee – a community-based advisory task force guiding the Board of County Commissioners on future county needs.
WHY: The committee will review the fiscal situation of the county along with recommendations on how to meet critical public safety issues posed by aging facilities at the Arapahoe County jail and court house. The committee also will review transportation needs.
WHO: 25 residents, business leaders and nonprofit representatives from the county.
WHEN: 4 -5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 11, 2019
WHERE: CenterPoint Plaza, 14980 E. Alameda Drive, Aurora
More information is available at www.arapahoegov.com/countyconversations
New five-year GPS collaring study launched to help with Front Range elk management
Five-year elk collaring study to obtain data that will help to better manage the Clear Creek elk herd.
Whirling Disease resistant rainbow trout now a reality in Colorado
Whirling Disease first impacted Colorado’s rainbow trout in the mid-1990s