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Trustees will accept applications from interested citizens

  By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The town board seat left vacant by Trustee Will Karspeck’s transition to the position of mayor was left open by the Newly elected board… Read more »

Backroom politics – Berthoud trustees possibly violate ethics code

The Surveyor Staff (Editor’s note: this story has been updated since it was published online Monday, April 2) Questions are being raised pertaining to potential backroom politics in the town… Read more »

Election mandate for Will Karspeck, the town’s new mayor elect

Special to the Surveyor A large turnout gave candidate Will Karspeck an overwhelming mandate in the Tuesday, April 3, election, winning by 69 percent over candidate Jeff Hindman. There are… Read more »

Board of Trustees approve development code updates

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor According to an information sheet provided by town staff, R. Wayne Ramey, President of Ramey Environmental Compliance, Inc. (REC, Inc.), made an offer to purchase… Read more »

OPINION – Letters to the Editor

To the editor: I have known Jeff for many years, and he has been an advocate for some of the most important resources we have – our working farms and… Read more »

Mayoral candidates respond to questions regarding their views on the future of Berthoud

The following response is from Will Karspeck: 1. Why are you running for town trustee/mayor? I have the desire and the ability to listen and communicate with opposing groups, and… Read more »

OURVOICE – Candidates endorsed by the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor

The Surveyor The Berthoud Weekly Surveyor would like to announce we will be endorsing Will Karspeck in the upcoming mayoral election. For the open trustee seats we support Pete Tomassi,… Read more »

April 3, 2018 Municipal Election and ballot questions

The Surveyor On April 3, 2018 the Town of Berthoud will be conducting a mail ballot election for town trustee offices and mayor. In addition, there will be two questions… Read more »

Two developments get the go-ahead from town board

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud Board of Trustees gave a go-ahead nod to two developments during Tuesday evening’s meeting. The Farmstead development was the first to come under… Read more »

Candidates respond to questions regarding their views on the future of Berthoud

  The following response is from Kevin Pischke:  1. Why are you running for town trustee/mayor? Because voting is not enough. As a Colorado native, I understand and love what… Read more »