BRIGHTON – A new development is officially in the works for Brighton’s north end of town. During City Council’s May 7 meeting, council unanimously approved the annexation, planned unit of development and final plat and development agreement of a 23.5-acre parcel to be turned into a business development park.
BRIGHTON — Brighton residents are eligible to receive financial help when purchasing a home through the 2013 Metro Mortgage Assistance Plus Program.
Brighton Housing Authority Director Joseph Espinosa said the program is being offered by the city and county of Denver and is being extended to participating jurisdictions of the Metro Mayors Caucus of which Brighton is a member.
The Valley Bank & Trust family wants to offer Brad Longhurst the sincerest thanks for 20 years of loyalty and commitment to excellence. Brad will celebrate 20 years at Valley Bank & Trust on April 12. A public reception will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. at VB&T’s Main branch, 30 N 4th Avenue, Brighton.
Artists of Main Street Gallery will celebrate “Nature’s Best” at their Spring Fling Open House featuring strawberry shortcake and chocolate-dipped berries from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 12, at 36 S. Main St. in Brighton. Gallery artists will display works featuring the beauty of nature.
BRIGHTON — City Council unanimously approved the first reading of an annexation ordinance for a planned industrial and commercial business park east of Highway 85 during their March 19 meeting.
Council also approved the first reading of a planned unit of development and a five-year vested property right for the 23.5-acre parcel between US-85 and North Main Street.