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Special council election set for vacancy in District 1

In Englewood, the drawn-out road to District 1 on city council representation and choosing a new mayor will reach its destination in June, five months after the departure of former mayor and … more

Englewood to hold special election for District 1 council seat

On the heels of a week that saw a 3-3 split emerge on the six-member Englewood City Council to decide whom to appoint as the seventh councilmember — filling former Mayor Joe Jefferson's shoes in … more

Jefferson aims to keep giving back to community

Englewood Municipal Judge and former Mayor Joe Jefferson still answers the phone at his mother's Chinese restaurant, the Twin Dragon on South Broadway. “I don't have any choice,” Jefferson, 38, … more

Jefferson chosen as short-term mayor in Englewood after much ado

On the Englewood City Council, even roll call can require nearly a half-hour of argument. At its first meeting after the Nov. 7 elections, the council was set to select its new mayor — in … more

Mayor will don judge’s robe in January

Mayor Joe Jefferson will succeed Judge Vincent Atencio as Englewood’s next municipal judge, and he’s got some reforms in mind. Jefferson, who graduated from law school at the University of Denver, bested Angela Schmitz, a current associate … more

Election results: Englewood municipal judge

In the race for municipal judge, three candidates including the current Englewood mayor, are vying for the seat. As of 8:06 p.m., Mayor Joe Jefferson was leading with 51.6 percent of the vote, with Angela Schmitz trailing with 39.6 percent and Clifton Hypsher at 8.8 percent. more

Judge, District 4 candidates tackle issues in Englewood forum

At an unlikely stage for politics — Moe's Original Bar B Que on South Broadway — two candidates for the Englewood municipal judge seat and two District 4 candidates for Englewood City Council weighed in on issues like the 2018 budget, Englewood's biogas repurposing proposal and the approach a judge should take in municipal court. more
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