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As part of City Manager’s 75 Day Plan, our newly formed audit selection committe…

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As part of City Manager’s 75 Day Plan, our newly formed audit selection committee met today to interview audit firms that submitted proposals for a review of the city’s finances, including a thorough review of the Utilities Fund. The committee includes community members Kevin Kildow and Stacey McVay, Council Members Clint Blackhurst and Greg Mills and four city staff members from the finance department and city manager’s office.

We will continue to provide you updates from the committee as they meet but, in the meantime, you can check out the progress that has been made on the plan by visiting www.brightonco.gov/75dayplan.

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This afternoon we’re attending the 2019 Colorado Business Economic Outlook, wher…

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This afternoon we’re attending the 2019 Colorado Business Economic Outlook, where the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder unveils what they’ve learned about the economy in the last year.

The forecast analyzes changes that have occurred in all economic sectors during the past year and looks at the opportunities and challenges that will shape population, employment, and the overall economy in the coming year. We can’t wait to bring what we learn back to our community!


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City of Brighton City Manager Philip Rodriguez is pleased to announce the appoin…

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City of Brighton City Manager Philip Rodriguez is pleased to announce the appointment of Ronald Lay to serve as Director of Finance. As Director, Lay will oversee accounting, budget implementation, procurement and contracts, revenue, and customer connections.

Prior to joining the City of Brighton, Lay worked as a managing consultant for Hawksley Consulting where he served as a project manager and client service manager for various water, wastewater, and stormwater projects while also managing the system development and quality assurance of a large database of utility financial data. Before that role, Lay served as the finance director of the Town of Firestone for six years. He has also served as a senior consultant for Brown and Caldwell Environmental Engineers, finance director for South Adams County Water/Sanitation District, an accountant for the City of Westminster and the City of Arvada, and a sales tax auditor for the City of Lakewood.

Lay received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Metropolitan State College of Denver and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

Please join City Manager Rodriguez in welcoming Ronald to the City of Brighton.

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Don’t miss your SHOT, before it fades away! Youth Basketball Registration Deadli…

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Don’t miss your SHOT, before it fades away! Youth Basketball Registration Deadline THIS FRIDAY!

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