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Aurora Now December 7, 2022
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Aurora’s new interim police chief is ready to report for duty.  Art Acevedo was sworn in December 5. Watch him take his oath. Also on this week’s show, repairs will soon get underway on several neighborhood streets thanks to the new Build Up Aurora plan; an explanation of the new Give Real Change signs popping up at Aurora intersections; and a look back at the colorful sights and sounds from this year’s tree lighting ceremony. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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Aurora’s new interim police chief is sworn In

The city says good-bye to our former interim police chief 

APS will soon launch a search for a new superintendent

City Council approves a new ward boundary map

Aurora is the first Donate Life Community in Colorado

Adams and Arapahoe counties get ready to launch their new health departments

A bag fee will go into effect in Aurora, and statewide, in January

Aurora kicks off the Build Up Aurora plan to fix neighborhood streets

Aurora launches the Give Real Change campaign at several intersections

Volunteer to help with the annual Point-in-Time homelessness count

Aurora West College Prep students take part in a day of service

Aurora makes the top 50 list for most popular baby girl names in Colorado

PSA #1 APD’s Second Language Program

PSA #2 Watch “Lindita’s Kitchen” on Aurora TV

Highlights from Aurora’s annual tree lighting ceremony

Mayor Mike Coffman serves as a Salvation Army bell ringer

Take part in the Salvation Army and Walmart’s Angel Tree program

Wholly Kicks and APD team up for the “Santa in the Park” program

DAVA’s annual holiday show and sale is now underway

Aurora Rhythms features “It’s a Wonderful Life” live radio show

Clara Brown choir performs at the city’s tree lighting ceremony


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