“I’m doing this because I think it’s the right thing to do, and the timing seems to be right,” she says. “I think the (city) charter is not a place to discriminate against a particular business.”
“This drains economic vitality from every segment of our society,” said Sen. Kevin Lundberg, R-Berthoud.
DENVER | Denver International Airport had its busiest year in 2014, with more than 53.4 million passengers. Airport officials say 4,397,292 passengers traveled though DIA in December, bringing the year’s total passenger traffic to 53,472,514. That’s a 1.7 percent increase over the number of passengers who used the airport in 2013. DIA also set six monthly […]
“We are able to teach all of those other work skills that you don’t always think about but you really have to learn somewhere,” she said.
DENVER | The director of the veterans health care system for Denver and eastern Colorado is retiring, days after a report that a Veterans Affairs sleep clinic in Denver had a secret waiting list. Lynette Roff is stepping down, a spokesman for the VA said Tuesday. No other details were immediately released. Former VA employee Tommy […]
The Post on Tuesday said Bob Benton of Robert S. Benton & Associates expects demand to continue to increase this year. According to the Rocky Mountain Lodging Report that Benton co-authored, Colorado hotels reached an average occupancy rate in 2014 of 68.3 percent.
DENVER | A Colorado task force on oil and gas drilling is trying to find agreement on proposals to resolve disputes over local control and landowner rights. The 21-member panel meets again Tuesday as it whittles down a list of 56 suggestions. Gov. John Hickenlooper formed the task force last year and set a Feb. 27 […]
The proposal would ban the product known as Palcohol until the state implements a regulatory system for it. The House approved the bill Monday on a 46-17 vote and referred the measure to the Senate.
“That’s a significant hit,” said Gillis. “They all have massive opportunities ahead that they want to pursue, but they are also going out of their way to sound more prudent.”