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Jefferso n County, Herald HigHlands RancH 1.10.13 ArvA dA 1.1Douglas County, Colorado • Volume 26, Issue 8 7.12 Colorado • Volume January 10, 2013 A Colorado Community Media Publication 8, Issu Stat e of Stat cont e co rol, vers civ gun mar ijuan il unions a, ec , vic onom la@ vela our colora y don ov. e 34 A Col orado Janu ary 17 Commu oura nity Me dia , 2013 Colorado Community Media was created to connect you to 23 community papers with boundless opportunity and rewards. Joh Publica here n Hic m tion ken loo ng are no gun eas per eal s, but y solu acknow wit ledged ng “ou h fire said a tions” to arm deb emocrr democr -relate ate issues d vio on how acy al Ass atic len gov dem State embly ernor, ands.” ce is nion speech during address erta on one Jan. 10, his ann ing in ual By Ryan Boldrey eba to be area of also pro ted one gun slat topics 50 cents of the con ive e the sessionlawma mo tion kers st After months of public outreach, town ave pump,” . will nity Media Publica uni halls and community surveys, the C-470 versalHicken sale A Colorado Commu s?” Corridor Coalition expects to decide by bac looper certain kgroun March or April how to pursue expanding rs on ly cau d the busy freeway corridor from Interstate ght bot h side the 25 to Kipling Street. s of attely “I think overall people are saying there the er unenfo is something that needs to be fixed when Mark rce it comes to the congestion,” said Jack Hil Hilof Hic Wallerable,” , — inc ken bert, a Douglas County commissioner who loo Ron tranluding per’s serves as chair of the coalition’s policy com comFrom left, state Rep. Chris Holbert, state Rep.-elect Polly Lawrence and outgoing state House Speaker Frank McNulty address the Douglas County Business Alliance on Jan. 3 during 68, Issue 12 und sactionthose mittee. Volume • a legislative kickoff session. Photo by Jane Reuter che cks s — According to the coalition, eastbound ded County, Colorado the . and Jefferson travelers Kipling to I-25 face delays of Countyfrom gov Adams ermore than 11 minutes during the morning nts,” ger Phil said rush hour, and westbound travelers are de dets . “He Rep General mana layed as much as 18 minutes in the evening. was . outlines projec n’t Sen. Growth along the corridor is expected to Washington Evie Hud issu es increase by more than 30 percent over the ak, righ p ove that reg om moriki tol for the new legislative session. aren’t going to be the ones grabbing the next 20 years. t, hugs r By Darin oloradonews.c was the tou ulating Sen. Lind Democrats have regained control of the headlines, so it means you really do have Beginning with a series of telephone dmoriki@ourc the che General a New ed. just d on ma District Colorado House, and maintain their ma- to pay attention,” outgoing House Speaker town halls in July, the coalition has been Eco ell Jan. high exdur rijuana Transportation - Com cou jority in the state Senate, and Republican Frank McNulty said. “They’re the ones that busy presenting three options to citizens ing 9 in the Regional Washington declared ind transrse, his mon Senate Phil 40-minustry es several Denmembers of the Douglas County legislative are going to have the highest impact on the and area business leaders: tolling any addi By Jane Reuter addiTak ground Manager as RTD continu wer cham ing ute e toward the ns delegation said that could impact business economy.” sou also bers tional lanes and keeping the existing lanes on rem pectatio targeted on the the ght projects arks. owners. Four of them were on hand for a McNulty urged business owners to free; tolling all the lanes, old and new; and top issu open portation northern region. projects e of ing day trol agenda State leaders urged Douglas County Douglas County Business Alliance-spon- “show up at the state Capitol,” testify and raising property or sales taxes to pay for ad ted several by adgun ver metro’s led of the st hosted gton highligh Gen item for hee violen sored legislative kickoff session held Jan. 3 bring supporters when issues of concern business owners to stay aware and get inin breakfa legis ditional new lanes. ve Washin ting ls eral lative ce is this and of Jan. 4 legislati fit 36 Commu are on the table. volved in issues that could impact them as at Lone Tree’s Sky Ridge Medical Center. “The one thing that has come across n session. Dem during a a Ele the last yeaAssem nonpro Resort. “The bills you need to be cautious about Photo lawmakers take their seats at the state Capi Capiclear,” Hilbert said, “is that there is just no mentaDecem r’s Aurbly, esp ocratic Legislators continues on Page 19 the Interlocken Louisville-based by Cour will be ecia -co s at the Omni ry Sch ber ma ora way in the world you could go back and toll tney Kuhl lly on nSolution metro region gton said. “I the ssa ool talk existing roadways. No matter what is decid decid“The Denveren in Concre at ater kill the West,” Washinthat it can be ing city in the politic abo I believe nec Sandy ings ed, existing (lanes) will remain free.” greatest ticu that, and rtation investments al issuut gun edg believe t. ButHook Hilbert said the coalition is leaning toto s ed. really transpo the e, as has alw just ward a decision to toll any new or addiaddi “So this region.” to accomdone through the ays me making in bee gov point tional lanes to pay for construction and that we’re r, he said RTD’s journey n ern an easy one. or acka dicey to gun maintenance. He said this will be discussed Howeve has not been RTD board s, oth projects now ber restructure some recent cuts to the DepartDepart heavily at the coalition’s January and Feb Feblplish these 2012, the 15-mem percent sales mike Coffman’s views ers Stat to a ment of Defense. a 0.4 e con In May ruary meetings, when they go over results ballot to violen tinu against placing election finanOn fiscal resolution: “I like the tax piece, the fact that “I think we need to go forward with these from a recent telephone survey conducted es on general t decided the on Pag if current most of the Bush tax cuts remain permanent for the vast cuts,” he said, “but I think they could be by Hill Research Consultants. e 18 tax increase ks. This means are, the North The majority of American people I thought was a win. On the done in a way that doesn’t compromise our “If we go that route, construction could fund FasTracons remain as they not be comfew com will yea ing negative side, it wasn’t at all balanced with cuts, and we national security. There was no attention to start in early 2014, if not sooner,” he said. by Andy Carpenean cial projectiNorthwest lines dev Can rs is 43 years. Photo are, in fact, going to spend even more money now. We’ve detail paid to these cuts. I think that they “If we pick a financing option that requires retired after mercia delas,anothe eloBy these pmRyan Boldrey Metro and 2042. ent Mastriona has convinced progot to be serious about the deficit and the debt and this bill thought it would never happen, so the nono acres. l and includr a vote (raising taxes), that obviously pushes ove pleted until gton said he is the w, at Water World. ope to a gondola ing Veldhu r the certainly wasn’t serious about it at all.” tion was `let’s just do an across-the-board it out further. But I don’t think those two But Washin be done way beforethe transn spa nex , stands next The resi izen veteran will noted t of the U.S. armed On proposed high-capacity magazine ban: “Personcut to the Department of Defense.’ 20-year will ce willA den elas neig options are what I am hearing citizens say. dev Parks and Recreation two projects tion dates and nt strides tial, said. Hyland Hills ally, I feel that there ought to be a limit. I think this notion “It just isn’t rational. We’re cutting propro hom feature elopm forces, Mike gincCongressman I’m hearing citizens say `yeah, fix director it, butofwe made significa jected comple t Arva hborhood lude comexecutive Hills district has In that time, Washin , former da. Phot is takin and es, 1,00 1,500 ent, onc that there shouldn’t be any regulations at all is wrong. That grams that are essential and giving the want someone Coffman (R-Aurora) plans 1,50 else to pay the taxes.’” ction Hyland portation years. Greg Mastriona o by Andy g shap by the com severa 0 or mosingle toefocus nt Don in the past two either begun constru of its said, the question about high-capacity magazines should same weight to programs that are essential nity of0his efforts Raising taxes was a popular option in the missed l mil fam commuch me ,” re Carpeneae with hous obligaBoard presidethe highpleted RTD has out for 77 percent be decided by state legislatures, because there will inherto our national security to programs that early town hall surveys, but according to ose Veldhu the new congressional “It’s rcial spa lion squ higherin ily, ton said includes in stan n million general build family. said he has ted work vad -de detach , affairs. projects, perforare session ently be varying standards for different parts of the counthe low probably should have gone by the wayside Hill’s survey only 9 percent of people were 1, a $2.7 issue passed to dardsizen said Ciancio a,” kind of ce. ed feet nsityon veteran his overall to the or contracFasTrack network Bus Rapid Transit for Vel and $300 bond and a city uni . try. I feel that 100 rounds is too much but that is an issue ofThe a long time ago or have little value.” U.S. tion ment in favor of increased property tax and 42 y can est regard Lines. ,000s planned retarecently com dhuizen ts re-elected we “They West Rail, mendo did a just two mance and commit wit il and te 225 Rail off High pleme that must be debated and decided by the Colorado General sha Coffman said he fancies himself differdiffer for Colo Colothe park. percent favored increasing sales taxes. De Deing the Gold, and Intersta es, but Veldhube see said hin representative ture Mastriona began with red way 72 plan. us The park but grew the fol- district. He said the district and (BRT), East Rail our challeng Assembly and not in Washington, D.C.” ent from many members in his own party spite the higher numbers, 42-41, in favor of city 6th District said that am nt eac . “Th arado’s the ity truCandel and Cand t ligh izen n thro we’ve had h oth ey’l for systemBetwee oun n of all about of Hyslides, job r not ugh as said course the additio it’s l t in that a lot of Republicans don’t support Ar- to focus on is st, intends iswater the “Of for sales taxes over tolling one new lane, the re resuperio elas , from out with the s of ts and s, we’ n par of ope er. Theheinte spa a pillar to say that “It’s he saidhas tho slides. grate down beinggton ce. any cuts to defense spending. Some of the port suggested that there was not sufficient hom tiles from transi transilowing year re’s ranging ugh Col the will remain nity and a valued I always like — the knock and four soThe ll hav ks, ope n spa sues ope re of Washin orado, a tre-the citizen work es. is its first . e wave pool down re’s Cove and n commu n that would force the Department of Veter- things on the table in Coffman’s eyes inin get up,” tion workThe to sola support to secure passage in an election as we’re Coffman of a signnearly space ce sustain den space ” in into who re- the came Surfer’s followed land e for the district. Eac r on centhe com big na knock es — but the challenges, but Pam, the ts 200 h bui he said its kin and ans Affairs to hire qualified veterans before clude: troop levels in Europe; whether U.S. force to how the country pay Mastrio with Next ges and ific 1984, g required by TABOR. resourc abilreationcan enj t s . mu had these we’re getting d in forward, nter ter. r Bay in the challeng buildinant comacres cantrai to travelin years ago. nity fore a fee of lder wh hiring from the outside. ls take care of vet allies should be more involved in cost-sharcost-shar Going better vetoy of ope with him said. “We’ve the canvas, and the served Thunde Country in 1986.put Wa, d. “It’sis a $3 Its al aspect the view g are mitme tired eight stat ” he will take and experi- getting up off qua buildin $3,000 o buy is well-de “Only about a third of the people that ing; whether we should retain some of our Possibility of four lanes now erans nsuffering from post-traumatic stress by River mil pro y really mo e of ies it said lifie g. If rs per s lots The break dedication to not xim of the s and a where nt to pretty quickly. work on the nearly unt ed to that exp lion faas “River Countr map because work (in the VA) have actually served in the permanent overseas bases; are there funcfunc disorder. , ity ain of ple many memor over the years, them done com sola d renewa they lot into in Can Hilbert said is areime possibilityonews. out also said Ashley resi on the est Rail Line to Bythere “wo s after years Hills District colorad that ver sustain ensive and r pan at that time ences he’s madeber the great orter World Washington t of the Northw is about 33 point, rk, and oth Bouldemunity door rec“I-think the real concern is in looking at military,” Coffman said, “and I just think tions being handled by active-duty military C-470 could expand sooner ble build the the tru delas Hyland certifie abi rather than lat latrides and els, areimers@our ene only the er .” the other station nity. r, Vel dine is body slides,” and will remem and board he 6.5-mile segmen par- that there’s a culture there that’s not re- that could be handled by the reserve at a had tube d, andlity. majori techno geothe rgy sys homes st beSo far, dhuizenand plalocatio Golden the unemployment rates for veterans, par C-470 continues on Page 19 Westminster segment, which d com slides were built the first but the commuhip and vision ion, staff for those who the future Ene ns osponsive to the veterans. … In my experiwit cheaper cost; and are there weapons sys sysstru rail ticularly those coming out of Iraq and AfAf all rma tem it the If ty log ganizat y” , to This then y-funde o, rgy is ano where the His leaders in many facilihom the bui of the y, the l hea s, suc h and ction about said. at a Laundr with. But er of the forcomplete. said. “We Raging Colorad and atio of ghanistan, and how it is significantly higher ence, people who have served in uniform tems that are being developed that aren’t RTD’s federall fee. y get t ther peo h re Golf he It all startedGreg Mastriona have resulted to worked n Env through occ and nin 30 hom remind in percent sits es wit lder cho is also part ride, sell than a rebpumps g Adventu the general population,” Coffman are much more likely to understand the critical. h was in ards means i1969. for people was need a little , just take a look na family being funded Eagle P3 Project, Arvada and Cha upied. e hom es are ing own the tru sustain oses mat in allowed ate the set college and job, ties includinthe Greg Mastrio rlie That pan billion ed director through by challenges of those who are in the military “I’m looking at being very specific in which said. er es ride. not of und mer y, by the $1.03 Line desk. st Hills, Mc on abl graduat ies, to old are tain Gold and on the had Racewa Kay velo d to be opened drawer the at Hyland alre er con top of his abl use to planned coming up with cuts that I think will realize One way Coffman hopes to defeat this and are getting out of the military.” is avae qua to bui for a recreati ed to & be hea ons. wit is expecte pm Prome- interact Courses ady has the always had a candy from, the happen lookingPrinted on recycled mercia ent comme h Chu Moree improv retrofit ilab lities, ld the Ridge that current RTD projectifor the built is by working from the inside out. 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