During the recent 94th annual Colorado Municipal League (CML) conference, CML recognized municipal elected officials statewide who reached milestone levels in its MUNIversity program -- a leadership program for Colorado's municipal elected officials. This program was started in January 1991 by the league's executive board to recognize the efforts of officials who go the extra mile to increase their knowledge of municipal government and their capacity to lead.
Delta Mayor Ed Sisson was recognized for reaching the "fundamental" level, having completed 30 training credits.
The "leadership" level is achieved when officials reach a total of 60 hours of training. To reach the "graduate" level, officials must complete 100 credit hours. Just two elected officials reached this elite level.
On Dec. 2, officers of the Delta Police Department responded to a report of an assault. Officers spoke with a 64-year-old male with a bleeding injury on his neck.