AURORA | Long-standing license-plate fees that helped launch E-470 could be nixed in 2018, though consensus regarding their necessity is split among local officials. “I think (the fees) need to go away,” said Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan. Prior to serving as mayor, Hogan acted as the executive director of the E-470 Public Highway Authority from 1991-98 and later headed the Northwest […]
Aurora is the only city in Colorado to have an informal oil and gas committee composed of oil and gas industry representatives, homebuilders and city staff
“People need to kinda settle in for a while,” Tillerson said at the company’s annual investor conference in New York.
“Anything that comes from the Legislature is three years too late and totally goes against the result of dozens of public meetings and public votes,” said Aurora Mayor Steve Hogan.
“We’ve already put February in the rear-view mirror,” said Ken Cataldo, the general manager of Colonial Volkswagen of Medford, Massachusetts, who spent much of last month cleaning snow off the cars on his lot.
“The fact of the matter is we are running out of storage capacity in the U.S.,” Ed Morse, head of commodities research at Citibank, said at a recent symposium at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York.
DENVER | Democrats are expected to vote down a GOP plan to lower Colorado’s renewable energy mandates. A bill to lower the mandates has passed the Republican state Senate and awaits its first hearing in a House committee Monday. That committee is controlled by Democrats and is expected to reject the idea. The bill would cut […]
DENVER | The commission that regulates oil and gas drilling in Colorado is preparing to decide on new rules to limit spills during major floods like the one that hit the Front Range and eastern plains in 2013. The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is expected to vote Monday on proposals that include requiring that all […]
“What right does government have to take that person’s lease away from them?” Hickenlooper said. “Through no fault of their own, the march of suburbanization, suddenly their lease is worth less than it was.”
“It’s not a new concept, but it’s kind of new because it has a new life to it and probably at this point in time more likelihood of actually being funded and implemented,” Curtis Bush, a principal planner with the city’s parks department, said in a presentation during the Feb. 2 session.