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DENVER METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Denver Requires Residents to Stay at Home; Governor Seeks Private Sector Solutions

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced a new public health order that requires Denver residents to stay at home starting 5 p.m., Tuesday, and lasting through April 10 and longer if necessary.

CASTLE ROCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Colorado Economy on Track for a Downturn

The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released its benchmark revisions for 2019 Colorado employment.

BLM Colorado oil and gas lease sale nets $83,294

In keeping with the Administration’s goals of promoting America’s energy independence, the Bureau of Land Management Colorado today sold 9 parcels totaling approximately 10,415 acres for $83,294.00 including rentals and fees at its quarterly oil and gas lease sale.

DENVER METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Denver Announces Grants for Small Businesses

Denver Releases Initial Economic Relief Package Yesterday, the City and County of Denver announced an initial $4 million relief package to help small businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

WESTMINSTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: FDIC: Insured Bank Deposits are Safe; Beware of Potential Scams Using the Agency's Name

In light of recent developments related to the coronavirus, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is reminding Americans that FDIC-insured banks remain the safest place to keep their money.

CASTLE ROCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Development Services Director Detweiler retiring; Tara Vargish named interim director

After 14 years with the Town of Castle Rock Development Services – and nearly 45 years in the profession – Development Services Director Bill Detweiler is retiring, effective April 3.

BUENA VISTA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & VISITOR CENTER: BV Library Programs Suspended through March 31st

All programs at the Buena Vista Public Library are suspended through March 31, 2020 in order to prevent potential spread of COVID-19.

ACLU OF COLORADO: Donate Your Refund to Fight for Your Rights

This tax season, there’s an exciting new way to turn your refund into real results.

FORT COLLINS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Teaching Tree Hosts Ribbon Cutting Open House

Thanks to the generous community support and collaboration, Teaching Tree Early Childhood Learning Center will be opening 12 new classrooms and 2 new natural playgrounds.

DENVER METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Colorado Businesses Lead in Philanthropy

With Colorado’s unemployment rate at an all-time low, the competition as an employer to attract top talent is stronger than ever.

CASTLE ROCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Sky Ridge Medical Center announces promotion

I am pleased to announce that Kirk McCarty, RN, MSN, COO, has been promoted to President & Chief Executive Officer of Sky Ridge Medical Center effective April 1, 2020.

CASTLE ROCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Town’s No. 1 volunteer honored with bench dedication and Cornerstone Tribute award

They say, “many hands make light work.” That’s one of the reasons why the Town’s volunteer program is so important.

WESTMINSTER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: New Senior Living Communities Expand Atria’s Presence in Denver

Atria Senior Living is expanding in the Denver area with the opening of Atria Englewood and Atria Westminster.

CASTLE ROCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Signature Interiors Named Best of Houzz

Signature Interiors/Rita Coltrane of Castle Pines, Colorado Awarded Best Of Houzz 2020 – 4th Consecutive Year


Confluence Companies held a ground breaking ceremony last week to kick off the Encore project.

DENVER METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Paid Leave Bill Expected to Mandate Privately Run Program

While sponsors still have not introduced a paid family and medical leave bill, they have begun discussing details about their proposal, including that legislation will likely mandate a minimum level of paid medical and family leave coverage that companies must provide either through a fully funded program or market-based insurance product.

DENVER METRO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: New OT Rules & Paid Leave Ballot Issues Top Busy Policy Week

Last week, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) adopted its final rules for the Colorado Overtime & Minimum Pay Standards (COMPS).

CASTLE ROCK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Innovative educational delivery draws panel to Sturm Collaboration Campus

Sturm Collaboration Campus hosted a panel discussion and facility tour with education, industry, government and community leaders on Tuesday morning, Jan. 21, to showcase Arapahoe Community College’s dynamic work-based learning programs and postsecondary certificates connecting industry and education.

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