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Posts Tagged ‘colorado’

McWhinney accepting contractor qualifications for

RFQ deadline is 4 p.m. April 13 for Cloverleaf Kennel Club deconstruction; green demolition practices emphasized LOVELAND, CO — March 23, 2011— McWhinney is accepting request for qualification summaries from contractors until 4 p.m. April 13 for the green deconstruction/demolition of the abandoned Cloverleaf Kennel Club near the intersection of I-25 and Highway 34 in Loveland, Colorado. This is a request for qualification, not a request for proposal. Requests for proposals/bids will be ... Full Story

Easy filing, faster refund with Colorado e-file

Denver, CO – The income tax filing deadline is about one month away. It is time to start working on filing your Colorado income tax returns. The Colorado Department of Revenue encourages taxpayers to file their taxes electronically. Electronic filing, or “e-filing,” has revolutionized filing state and federal income tax returns. Preparing and submitting returns can be easier and less time-consuming than ever before. During 2010, more than half of Colorado taxpayers submitted their taxes ... Full Story

Take the online economic survey

Take the online economic survey

      Colorado Office Of Economic Development And International Trade (OEDIT) seeks input regarding economic development through online survey As part of Governor Hickenlooper’s Bottom-Up Economic Development initiative, the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) has posted an online public survey to help collect input from the public regarding economic development. Governor Hickenlooper is asking for residents across the state, county by ... Full Story

Ramirez Bill Protecting Kids Passes House

  DENVER—State Rep. Robert Ramirez’s bill to protect Colorado’s school children received overwhelming support from both Republicans and Democrats on final reading in the House yesterday. House Bill 1121 disqualifies persons convicted of certain felonies, such as child abuse and unlawful sexual behavior, from being employed in Colorado’s public schools. “Fighting for our children’s safety is a top priority,” said Ramirez, R-Westminster. “We cannot allow dangerous convicted ... Full Story

Gov. Hickenlooper to sign several bills on Thursday

    DENVER ­— Wednesday, March 16, 2011 — Gov. John Hickenlooper will sign several bills into law on Thursday and House Bill 1102 on Friday. Thursday, March 17, 2011 1 p.m. – Gov. Hickenlooper will sign the following bills into law. Location: Governor’s Office, Capitol. ·         HB 1036: Blue Alert For Injured Peace Officers (Gardner/King) ·         HB 1019: Exempt School-based Health Centers for Copays and Deductibles (Kagan/Boyd) ·         HB ... Full Story

Beware of false charity scams after quake, tsunami

Attorney General, Secretary of State and AARP ElderWatch warn Coloradans to beware of false charity scams after quake, tsunami DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers has joined today with Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler and AARP ElderWatch to warn Coloradans to beware of scams trying to exploit the earthquake and tsunami in Japan as a means to steal their money. “Although we have not yet received any complaints from consumers, experience tells us that scam artists are ... Full Story

Colorado Ag Day Celebrates American Way of Life

By John Salazar Commissioner of Agriculture Throughout the centuries, the American way of life has stood for freedom, honor, and integrity. It’s no surprise that those are the same words I use to describe Colorado’s agricultural producers.  It is through the hard work and dedication of our producers that we are able to provide safe, abundant, and affordable products for your family and dinner table. Colorado Ag Day is March 16 and it’s a day to recognize and celebrate the abundance ... Full Story

Bennet Backs Bill to End Veterinarian Shortfall in

14 Colorado Counties Have too Few Food Animal Veterinarians   Washington, DC – Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet has joined a bipartisan push to address the shortfall of veterinarians in underserved rural communities across Colorado and the country. The bipartisan Veterinary Medicine Loan Repayment Program Enhancement Act, which Bennet is cosponsoring, would bolster the nation’s veterinary workforce by eliminating taxes on programs that encourage veterinarians to practice in ... Full Story

Top Consumer Complaints in Colorado

Attorney General unveils top 2010 consumer complaints During the 2010 calendar year, Colorado consumers filed 6,462 complaints with the Office of the Attorney General — a nearly 37 percent increase over 2009’s total of 4,723 complaints and a 117 percent increase over 2008’s total of 2,969 complaints.  

Sentence for man involved in investment, securities

Attorney General announces 10-year community corrections sentence for man involved in investment, securities fraud scam   DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced that a Douglas County District Court judge sentenced Adam Kelepolo (DOB: 2/10/1973) to a 10-year community corrections sentence for his part in defrauding investors between September 2002 and March 2007 as part of a securities fraud scheme. Kelepolo also was ordered to pay $820,000 in restitution to his ... Full Story

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