The New Economy

As we continue our coverage of the emerging COVID economy, we wanted to share some of the most up to date information about employment in Colorado. The Denver Channel recently covered and relayed information provided by Governor Polis regarding the now evolving WFH (Work From Home) economy. Most of us who have worked in the global information economy learned years ago the importance of learning … Continue reading The New Economy

Insane! Expected! Opportunity of a Lifetime?

Covid-19 impact: We’ve known that such an outbreak was only a matter of time and yet we’re surprised when it occurs and then deny it while it’s happening. The funny and sad part is that the deniers are missing the greatest personal investment opportunity of not only their lifetimes but perhaps most of their ancestors chances as well! And if you don’t believe that THIS … Continue reading Insane! Expected! Opportunity of a Lifetime?

Boulder County to Require Face Coverings

The following has been shared in its entirety and has not been altered. For Immediate Release May 4, 2020 Media Contact Chana Goussetis, 303-441-1457 Boulder County to Require Face Coverings Beginning May 9 Wearing face coverings in public when social distancing isn’t possible can reduce the spread of coronavirus.  Boulder County, CO – After approval of a Public Health “Facial Covering” Order by the Boulder … Continue reading Boulder County to Require Face Coverings

Longmont Charity Needs Volunteers

ROUND PANTRY NEEDS HELP to serve 16+ TON of food TOMORROW/Tuesday April 28. You can shop (early) and come back to volunteer. Please sign up! HELP PLEASE: Specific NEEDS for tomorrow / Tuesday April 28. Repackers Repackage bulk foods following Food Safety Guidelines; standing, repetitive motion and medium lifting required 04/28/2020 (Tue) 11:30am – 1:30pm (4) Baggers / “pickers” – NonPerishables Place pre-set amounts of … Continue reading Longmont Charity Needs Volunteers

Media Advisory Release:

As the State has failed to meet the approved guidelines for reopening, Boulder County Health released the following today as further guidance regarding Governor Jared Polis’ Extension of his Stay-At-Home order. “Boulder County has not met the conditions that need to be in place to make sure the spread of COVID-19 doesn’t resurge after stay-at-home restrictions are eased. These necessary conditions include: Transmission of the … Continue reading Media Advisory Release:

SVVSD Releases Update On the 2020 School Year

Dear St. Vrain Valley Families Thank you for your continued patience and support as we work through a process to ensure accurate fee reimbursements due to the coronavirus health crisis. We will be reviewing and potentially refunding fees that have been paid directly to St. Vrain or your student’s school according to the following schedule. Scheduled for the week of May 4, 2020:Community Schools march … Continue reading SVVSD Releases Update On the 2020 School Year

Boulder County News Update: Online applications…

Now being processed for Community Planning & Permitting Department; and will include both Planning Reviews and Building Permits. An account will be required but once established payments of fees and deposits will be accepted. Shared in it’s entirety from Boulder County Government News Release   April 22, 2020 Media ContactRichard Hackett, 720-564-2605 Community Planning & Permitting Department Now Accepting Applications Online Online submittals now available … Continue reading Boulder County News Update: Online applications…

URGENT PRESS RELEASE:

New Colorado Covid-19 modeling information with charts & slides from the expert panel – see attached for more information. (Details are inside underlined hyper-links in Press Release) The reading is not for the faint of heart and may require to be read multiple times with referring back to earlier slides to fully comprehend/digest the information. From what we could interpret, it would appear that the … Continue reading URGENT PRESS RELEASE:

Longmont City Council Members break fiduciary duties and are now under investigation by the Boulder County Prosecutor.

OPINION: I don’t usually share from other local sources of news because I believe its everyone’s job to attempt to be unique and not duplicate effort in providing information to our community. However, in this case Ms. Peck has been given free time through the Longmont Observer as a part of a cozy relationship they have with members of the City staff. Ms. Peck and … Continue reading Longmont City Council Members break fiduciary duties and are now under investigation by the Boulder County Prosecutor.

Rescheduled Leaf Collection Pickups for Monday and Tuesday Customers

The City of Longmont’s Waste Services Division is rescheduling Fall Leaf Collection dates for residents with Monday and Tuesday trash collection areas. Wednesday and Thursday leaf bag collection schedules will remain the same. Post Date: 10/25/2019 10:00 AM This is a shared post from the City of Longmont and has not been altered. The City of Longmont’s Waste Services Division is rescheduling Fall Leaf Collection … Continue reading Rescheduled Leaf Collection Pickups for Monday and Tuesday Customers