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Aurora Now - June 17, 2020

Aurora’s nationwide search for a new police chief has been narrowed down to four finalists. Share your thoughts at a virtual town hall meeting. Plus, Aurora launches a new Economic Recovery Grant program; a new Aurora exhibit about the 19th Amendment goes digital and a local singer/songwriter shares, “The Greatest Comeback.”  It’s all on, “Aurora Now.”

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Council Appoints Members to New Community Police Task Force

City Hosting Virtual Town Hall with 4 Finalists for Police Chief

City’s New Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Getting to Work

Still Under “Safer at Home” Order; Don’t Let Your Guard Down

STRIDE Community Health Gets a Generous Mask Donation

Aurora Public Schools Serves 1 Million Meals to Those in Need

Aurora’s Mobile Food Pantry Partner Gets a Visit from HUD Secretary

City Launches New Economic Recovery Grant Program for Small Businesses & Nonprofits

Gov. Polis Discusses Aurora, Moving Forward

City Council Approves New Hemp Ordinance

No BBQ’s on Balconies Ordinance

Fireworks Are Illegal in Aurora

Aurora to Host Virtual Town Hall on Restricted Breeds

Have You Gotten Your Ballot for the 6/30 Colorado Primary?

"Be Heard. Be Seen. Be Counted.” Census 2020

PSA #1  Census 2020/"They Also Count”

PSA #2 “Mayor Mike Live” Promo

PSA #3 Visit On Havana’s Motor Mile

Southlands Shopping Center Undergoing Major Redevelopment

Farmer’s Market Returns to Stanley Marketplace & 2 New International Restaurants Debut

"Voices of Women Reflecting on the 19th Amendment” Exhibit Goes Virtual

"Global Fest” Celebration Going Virtual

AuroraTV & Intern Honored with Emmy Nominations

Show Closer/”The Greatest Comeback”

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Posted:
6/17/2020
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News
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AuroraTV Staff