The All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church will serve as the coalition’s host sanctuary church, with First Congregational Church, First United Methodist Church and the Colorado Springs Friends Meeting making up the rest of the alliance
Tillotson is hopeful the fee will cut the number of hikers and enable the White River Forest Service to have regularly scheduled rangers on the trail who could be there to respond to issues and better educate hikers, which would hopefully translate into fewer medical calls
The one downside to the program is students who stay an additional year were marked as taking an additional year to finish high school. That had a negative impact on the graduation rates of high school they attend.
Rep. Janet Buckner’s husband John Buckner represented Aurora in the state House from 2012 to 2015 when he contracted a virus that exacerbated an existing respiratory condition. While it was first thought not to be a life-threatening issue, Buckner died several weeks later in May 2015.
City Councilwoman Sally Mounier voted against the measure, saying she doesn’t support the proposed sanctions on so-called congregate living facilities. “I think Ready To Work needs to be in Ward I at the Afrikmall,” Ward I City Councilwoman Sally Mounier said. “So, I can’t support this.” But council members Marsha Berzins and Francoise Bergan, who serve as the chair and vice chair of the committee, respectively, agreed to move the proposal forward to a study session.
Councilwoman Barb Cleland posted on her Facebook account today that should would not run for another term at-large on the city council. Her long tenure spans almost four decades
Funds for the contracts will be generated using marijuana tax revenues in the city, according to city documents.
“On the personal side … I don’t sign up for very many things, unless it’s a personal, highest priority type of thing,” Hogan said. “And I don’t think this one falls into that category. I think this falls into the category of partisan politics.”
Two council members on the city’s ad hoc policy committee that deals with weed issues, Sally Mounier and Bob Roth, recently agreed to green-light a discussion on allowing the sale, manufacturing and cultivation of medical marijuana in Aurora. Those practices are currently banned under city code.