Democratic Rep. Dominique Jackson’s bill, HB17-1035, adds victims of sexual assault and stalking to the group of people eligible to break their leases for safety concerns, and also adds additional types of acceptable documentation to prove that those seeking to break leases are victims of assault and/or stalking.
Congressman Coffman touched on sanctuary cities, which we hear a lot about in the news lately, then did an excellent job explaining how cities that shelter undocumented immigrants are not the real issue, but rather our broken immigration system as a whole.
We place great trust in our elected officials to make decisions that strengthen and improve these key elements, and in turn, our communities. This legislative session, despite long hours, heated debates and numerous negotiations, we are incredibly pleased that our state leaders honored their commitment to community.
Be sure to ask right away if there is an active, approved, pending approval or “inactive” oil and gas site near where you want to buy.
COLORADO | An arc of neon red to bathe bicyclists in light, radio frequency married with reactive road signs that will flash when bicyclists are present, and specially engineered solar panels with LED lights to illuminate paths. These are just a few of the RoadX Bicycle and Pedestrian Challenge winning ideas announced by the Colorado Department […]
Comprehensive eye exams ensure your eyes are healthy and free of serious eye diseases like glaucoma or macular degeneration, and guarantee you get the vision correction you need to see properly. In addition, eye exams can identify damaging chronic conditions, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, early in the disease progression.
The proposed zoning update, which ties into other initiatives such as the Westerly Creek visioning, Aurora Places comprehensive plan update and the citywide zoning code update, is an effort to implement the community’s vision created during public outreach efforts in 2011 and 2012, according to a news release from Senior Public Information Officer Julie Patterson
Immigrants do not make America more dangerous. They make it more prosperous. APS board member Cathy Wildman, however, does not strengthen our city with her leadership, she insults it. She should be ashamed of herself.