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Aurora Now February 8, 2023
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The Aurora Police Department is taking the 30x30 pledge. It’s a national initiative to have 30 percent of their recruitment class be made up of women by 2030. We’ll take a look at what it means and hear from current female APD officers. Also on this week’s show, Aurora’s Public Works Department has been busy clearing ice and snow from neighborhood streets. We’ll check in with them, and hear what you can do to help. We’ll also have an in-studio performance from the new show at The People’s Building, “Amadeus.”  And, find out how you can help Aurora’s Parks, Rec and Open Space Department take the top spot in the “Best of Mile High” competition. Those stories and many more this week on Aurora Now.

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APD takes the 30x30 pledge

Aurora’s Public Works Department is busy clearing ice and snow

Registration for summer camps are open

Vote for our Parks, Recreation, and Open Space Department for the "Best of Mile High" awards

Visit Aurora's brand new bookmobile

A Tease

PSA #1: APD seeks to recruit more women

Community Calendar: Federal funds addressing homelessness public meeting

PSA #2: Sign up for boards & commissions

An Aurora Police Department love story

The Town Center at Aurora hosts Valentine's dance for folks with developmental disorders

Lindita's Kitchen is back and serving up pozole verde

Nordstrom Rack, Lululemon, and Daily Thread are coming to Southlands

B Tease

PSA #3: Don't text and drive

Programming Note: Consent Decree Monitor

PSA #4: Aurora Mental Health

"Amadeus" takes center stage at The People's Building

Jude Kofie and Iyanla Ayite perform "Stand for Us"


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