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Broomfield is a major suburb of both Denver and Boulder. In 1885 Adolph Zang bought land for a railroad depot, which was thus named Zang's Spur. It was a spur off the main railroad line where locally grown grains were loaded into the railroad cars for delivery to the Zang Brewing Company. It began as an agrarian community and was later populated by gold seeking families during the Gold Rush. It was later named Broomfield after the broomcorn which is grown in the area.

Population: 62137
Local Newspapers: Broomfield Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos and Denver Nuggets
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with broomfield, colorado: 80020 80021 80241
Towns/Cities near broomfield, colorado : Northglenn Madison Hill Westminster Louisville Lafayette

Broomfield News
Cub Scout kicked out for asking hard questions

A Broomfield, Colorado 5th grader was kicked out of the Cub Scouts, reportedly for simply asking a politician a few tough questions. The boy was just three months shy of becoming a Boy Scout when he faced removal from his den last week.

Adams County asks Broomfield to stall Extraction MOU

Adams County Commissioners sent a letter to Broomfield officials Tuesday asking City Council to hold off on approving a memorandum of understanding with Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc. The letter also requested that Broomfield ask Extraction to move wells north of the Northwest Parkway and farther away from Adams County homes. At the end of its Tuesday night study session, however, Broomfield City Council decided that it will move forward with a vote at its regular Oct. 24 meeting regarding negotiations with Extraction.

Generic Drug Facility Closing; Hundreds To Be Let Go

Artist Uses City As Inspiration For Sidewalk Art A work of art are being created in downtown Denver this week. Generic Drug Facility Closing; Hundreds To Be Let Go A global health care company is closing its facility in Broomfield which means 450 people will lose their jobs.

Adams 12 considers boundaries for new school in Broomfield

Aubrey Lindeman, left, and Arganne Colemen, fifth-graders at Meridian Elementary, do classroom work on Tuesday in Broomfield. Boundary lines still are getting worked out for Thunder Vista, Broomfield's new P-8 school, but one thing that is certain - there will be no option to choice into the school for the first year.

BVSD considers revisiting ban on security cameras inside schools

Students use the airphone earlier this year at the entrance of the school that are part of the security enhancements at Silver Creek High School in Longmont.

450 jobs to go as pricing pressures push Novartis to close CO generics plant

Around half the products made at the Broomfield facility will be discontinued or divested says Novartis, blaming increased US generics competition and customer consolidation for the closure. The oral solid dose manufacturing facility in Broomfield, Colorado, run by Novartis division Sandoz, is to close its doors within the next two years, with 450 jobs affected.

Randy Ahrens: Broomfield mayor

Professional Background: Engineer for Gearhart Owens 1980-86, sales manager at Storm Products 1986-91, founded Frontier Components 1991-present Political Experience: Worked on Citizens for Better Local Government, the group that created the City and County of Broomfield. City Council Member Ward 4, 2001-2009, Broomfield Mayor from 2013-present My first ordinance on council was to prohibit homes from being platted over plugged and abandoned wells and for the removal of gas flowlines in 2002.

Deven Shaff: Broomfield City Council Ward 3

Professional background: Central City Opera, then Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder. Helped rebuild the Conference on World Affairs at the University of Colorado Boulder.

Susan Speece: Broomfield City Council Ward 4

Professional background: Chaired, Biology Department, Anderson University; Dean of Mathematics, Science and Engineering, Fresno City College; Chancellor Penn State Berks in Reading, Penn. Political/community experience: Governor's task force Indiana Science Standards.

James Marsh-Holschen: Broomfield City Council Ward 1

Political/community experience: No elected experience, but volunteered for multiple campaigns. Volunteer with Longmont Community Justice Partnership since 2014, member of Adams 12 Parent Leadership Committee, 2015-2017.

Sharon Tessier: Broomfield City Council Ward 2

Education: Bachelor of science in education, master of arts in holistic health education, master of science in psychology. Currently back at school to finish my Ph.D. in psychology with emphasis on building community relations.

T.J. Cole: Broomfield mayor

Political/community experience: Civil Rules Committee, Magistrate Rules Committee, Precinct Captain District 11, Anti Apartheid Committee, Pikes Peak MH Board Education: Juris doctorate law, Ph.D. Secondary education, honorary Ph.D. humanities, master of arts international politics, master of arts judicial studies bachelor of arts political science, certificate post secondary counseling I have great concerns about oil and gas development in Broomfield, because I do not believe that as of today they adequately promote and protect the health and safety of the people of Broomfield, and they are not utilizing best practices across the board. Our people and homes need to be protected.

Guyleen Castriotta: Broomfield City Council Ward 5

Professional background: Former local TV News Producer in New Orleans/Las Vegas, Network Marketing Executive for Fox Broadcasting Company and at Downtown Women's Center. On-call Assistant Chef for Coal Creek Meals on Wheels.

CO counties engage in 'border war' over oil, gas

Freeze Watch issued October 13 at 7:47PM MDT expiring October 15 at 8:00AM MDT in effect for: Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Otero, Prowers Freeze Watch issued October 13 at 3:56PM MDT expiring October 15 at 9:00AM MDT in effect for: Garfield, Mesa Fire Weather Warning issued October 13 at 2:59PM MDT expiring October 14 at 7:00PM MDT in effect for: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Rio Grande, Saguache Fire Weather Watch issued October 12 at 2:58PM MDT expiring October 14 at 7:00PM MDT in effect for: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Rio Grande, Saguache A new set of more than 80 wells are being proposed within Broomfield County. But 65 of them sit close to the border of Adams County, and nearby neighbors aren't happy.

Broomfield voters should support 301 and make oil and gas development safer

Workers build homes in the Anthem subdivision near the spot of the proposed Sheridan pad, that could have up to 40 wells, in Broomfield. In response to encroaching oil and gas development, a group put Question 301 on the ballot in December to try to ensure the city consider the health and safety of residents when negotiating deals with developers.

'We are not your lab rats'; oil and gas commission meets with Broomfield residents

Jacky Kowalsky, center, Kristen Chernosky and her two children, Aidan, 2, and Ava, 5, listen as an Extraction Oil & Gas Inc. executive speaks during a Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission forum on Thursday in Broomfield. Matt Lepore and members of the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission lent their ears to Broomfield residents about their concerns with a proposed oil and gas development just weeks before the operator undergoes its spacing application hearing.

RE: PTF cume on top of PTF group

It will not remove PTFs, rather allow the other products to catch up. Your BRMS will stay at the current level until it's updated with a newer group.

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