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From Founders Village to Downtown, Plum Creek Parkway is a key roadway that connects motorists to neighborhoods around Town. Upcoming work on the roadway will improve traffic flow for this well-traveled route. As part of its Transportation Master Plan, the Town is investing in the widening of Plum Creek Parkway, east of Gilbert Street. The project will add two new east bound lanes and two roundabouts. The existing pavement between Gilbert and Eaton streets will also be reconstructed. This large-scale
In this year’s Town Survey, residents expressed interest in public transportation. With that in mind, the Town is exploring the possibility of future transportation services for the community through a Transit Feasibility Study. The goal of the study is to evaluate feasible options considering the Town’s resources and growing population. Residents are encouraged to participate and share input on alternative transportation options that they’re most interested in. Attend an open house from 4 to 7 p.m.
Posted by Michelle Ellis on October 13, 2019 in Castle Pines, Castle Rock, Castle Rock Opinion, Douglas County, Douglas County Government, Douglas County Opinion, Highlands Ranch, Highlands Ranch Opinion, Lone Tree, Lone Tree Opinion, Parker, Parker Opinion, Roxborough, Roxborough Opinion | 1196 Views | Leave a response On Election Day this November 5, Douglas County voters will be asked to improve transportation infrastructure without raising new taxes or incurring debt. Ballot question Referendum
Attached you will find the September Revenue Forecast report. For the TABOR section in the report, we included OSPB’s numbers in the graph as well because they were quite different from LCS’s. Legislative Council Staff revised their General Fund revenue forecast for FY2018-19 down by $76.7 million, 0.6% lower than the June Forecast, because preliminary unaudited collections data showed General Fund revenue of $12.6 billion in FY2018-19. OSPB revised their forecast for FY2019-20 down by $44.1
Castle Rock Economic Partnership proudly welcomed Elizabeth Garner, State Demography Office on August 1st at Town Hall for a discussion on Colorado population projections & preparing for Census 2020.View presentationElizabeth Garner | State Demography Office, Department of Local Affairs Demography.dola.colorado.gov
With natural beauty, plentiful shopping and multi-million parks. there is a lot to love in Douglas County town, but 80 percent of people leave town for work By JOE RUBINO | firstname.lastname@example.org | The Denver PostPUBLISHED: June 13, 2019 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: June 13, 2019 at 9:42 amA shot of Castle Rock development on Tuesday, June 11, 2019. In plain terms, Castle Rock is a 145-year-old town and the historic county seat of fast-growing, Denver-adjacent, but still largely rural Douglas County. When
VIEW THE SINE DIE REPORT HERE2019 Session FactsDemocrat/Republican split in House of Representatives: 41/24Republican/Democrat/Unaffiliated split in the Senate: 19/16Number of bills, resolutions, and memorials introduced during the 2019 Legislative Session: 653Number of bills signed by the Governor as of 5/3/19: 155Number of bills vetoed as of 5/3/19: 0Last day for the Governor to Act: June 2, 2019 Introduction The 2019 Legislative Session commenced with a new political landscape. Democrats entered
Highlights of the Week This week the General Assembly passed the most comprehensive oil and gas reform in decades, the sponsor of the bill to repeal the death penalty voluntarily pulled the bill, and the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act moved forward in the Senate. The House passed the budget bill on Thursday and Friday and next week the JBC will meet as the conference committee to reconcile differences and ensure it is a balanced budget. The House added several amendments to the Long Bill during a
Highlights of the Week This week the Senate debated the FY2019-20 Long Bill, the budget for the state, and several amendments were added. One of the more significant amendments increased transportation funding by $106 million General Fund, adding to the $230 million for transportation already in the budget. This was a last minute deal struck between the Senate majority and minority leadership to prevent the Senate GOP from requiring the budget bill be read at length which would have taken approximately
Highlights of the Week On Monday, the House Energy and Environment Committee met to discuss a bill to distribute plastic straws only upon request in restaurants and a second bill to extend and modify Colorado’s innovative vehicle tax credit. HB 1143, Distribute Plastic Straws Upon Request Only, was brought by the Colorado Restaurant Association in an attempt to get in front of a potential full plastic straw ban. However, environmental groups testified in committee that the bill did not go far enough
Highlights of the Week HB19-1174, Out-of-network Health Care Services, and SB19-134, Out-of-network Health Care Disclosures And Charges, are two bills to require disclosures about out-of-network care to patients and to sets rates of reimbursement to providers and facilities for services provided that were out-of-network. Recent years have seen bill to address this issue fail, but bi-partisan support has brought the issue back to the forefront this session with insurers/consumer groups supporting
The Douglas County Business Alliance is in full swing and monitoring legislation that affects business. Today we took the following positions on these bills:HB 1008 - Include Career and Technical Education in Building Excellent Schools Today Program (Support)HB1013 - Child Care Expenses Tax Credit for Low Income Families (Support)HB1096 - Colorado Right to Rest (Oppose)SB5 - Import Prescription Drugs from Canada (Oppose)SB6 - Electronic Sales and Use Tax Simplification System (Support)SB34 - Local
Capitol will be closed on Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Day DCBA bill tracker: https://bit.ly/2SDrzzp Highlights of the Week On Thursday, Governor Polis signed an executive order containing directives to create a Zero Emissions Vehicle (ZEV) Program, to use Volkswagen settlement dollars to electrify the state’s fleet of vehicles, to form a Transportation Electrification Workgroup, and to develop a clean transportation plan. Under the Executive Order, the Colorado Department of