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Aurora Now - December 15, 2021
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A major Aurora Water project to protect hundreds of homes and businesses from future flooding is wrapping up. Plus, encouraging news about the city's 2022 budget; expanded hours and offerings at Aurora's free vaccine clinic; a new program at our Aurora Public Libraries makes it's easier to connect with work and family and our Aurora Animal Shelter's lobby reopens to the public with new hours. Those stories, and much more, this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora's 2022 Budget Includes Public Safety Hiring & Road Repairs

Aurora's Chamber of Commerce Encourages Everyone to Buy Local

Fitzsimons-Peoria Project to Prevent Major Flooding is Wrapping Up

Fitzsimons Innovation Community Releases First Annual Report

University Hospital in Aurora Ranked Best for Moms

CU School of Medicine Researcher Taking Part in Baby/Toddler Vaccine Trial

Vaccine Clinic at the Aurora Municipal Center Expands Hours & Now Provides Pediatric Doses, Too

More on Tri-County's Public Health Order on Wearing Masks/How to Report Non-Compliance

Special Study Session on Preventing Youth Violence

Sign Up to Serve on the City's Civil Service Commission

Aurora Announces 36th Annual MLK Commemoration Events

PSA #1 - Aurora Mental Health

The Aurora Public Library Announces, "Connect Aurora" Program

Aurora Animal Shelter Lobby Re-Opens

Animal Shelter Announces, "Happy Holidays" Adoption Special

Electronics Recycling Fair Coming

How to Recycle Your Christmas Tree

AuroraTV Announces Holiday Show & 2021 Favorite Stories Show

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