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Douglas County, Colorado • Volume 12, Issue 10
March 21, 2013
A Colorado Community Media Publication
Physician named to school board Castle Pines mom Mendoza chosen from six finalists By Jane reuter
School board secretary Nona Eichelberger, left, swears in new school board member Dr. Carrie Mendoza during the March 14 meeting. Photo by Jane Reuter
More gun bills reach governor
An emergency room physician and Castle Pines mother joined the Douglas County School Board March 14. Dr. Carrie Mendoza was sworn in at the end of the meeting, chosen from among six finalists to fill the seat vacated in January by Dan Gerken. Mendoza, 46, and her husband Myles have three children. Myles Mendoza is executive director of Summit 54, described as a nonpartisan group that invests in programs to improve K-12 education. The new board member, who said she was leaving immediately after the meeting for her hospital job, was interviewed earlier in the evening along with the other five finalists. “I would like to carry on the great work the board has done,” she said. “I think I’d be
the best qualified in bringing some diversity to the board with my background and experience as a physician.” Board president John Carson asked her how she responded to the recent Colorado Court of Appeals decision in favor of the school district’s voucher program. “It was a hopeful moment that things obviously were going to progress and not take another back step,” she said. Mendoza also said she believes she could help the board counter the criticism “that comes with such a bold move.” “How can we be more effective? How can we promote better what we’re doing, how it’s effective?” she said. Board member Justin Williams proposed naming Mendoza to the board. Williams said Mendoza stood out from the others, though all six finalists met his criteria, which included compatibility with the current board, vision and electability. The seat Mendoza is filling expires in November, so she must either step down or run for election. Three other seats also are up for election in the fall. Board continues on Page 11
In the swIng of sprIng
Universal background checks, magazine limits await signature By Vic Vela
email@example.com Two more gun bills await Gov. John Hickenlooper’s signature, following another week of polarized debate on firearm-related legislation in the General Assembly. A bill that would put in place universal background checks on gun sales and transfers has now cleared the General Assembly, after getting one last round of debate in both the House and Senate on March 15. House Bill 1229 had previously passed both chambers, but lawmakers had to take up the bill again to deal with some minor amendments. Earlier in the week, on March 13, the House Report also passed House Bill 1224, which limits high-capacity ammunition magazines to 15 rounds. That bill had already passed the House last month, but lawmakers in the lower chamber had to vote on the legislation again in order to deal with amendments from the Senate. As was the case with earlier votes on these bills, debate was lengthy and at times emotional. Democrats continued to make the argument that background checks and magazine limits must be put in place to prevent more criminals from terrorizing a state that is no stranger to mass shootings. And Republicans argued at length that the bills would do nothing to further community safety and would only make it more difficult for law-abiding citizens to exercise their Second Amendment rights. The same Democratic lawmakers who voted against the bills did so again last week. Reps. Ed Vigil of Fort Garland, Steve
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From left, Skyler Holmes, 3, gets a push from his dad, Brian Holmes, who holds sister Sydney. Six-year-old Sophia Face reaches for the sky with help from her dad, Ken Face. The Lone Tree families enjoyed a near-spring day March 17 at Sweetwater Park. Photo by Jane Reuter
pot recommendations are a handful Task force creates much work for lawmakers By Vic Vela
firstname.lastname@example.org It’s 166 pages long and it contains 58 regulation recommendations — some will be more complex and controversial to deal with than others. So it’s no wonder that state lawmakers are going to have to work overtime to get through a report from the Amendment 64 Task Force in time to meet a deadline for putting in place rules dealing with November’s voter-approved marijuana legalization in Colorado. A newly created legislative committee began its work on implementing the task force regulations on March 15. The Joint Se-
lect Committee, which is made up of Democrats and Republicans from both houses of the General Assembly, heard testimony on how best to go about crafting pot rules that must be ready for enforcement on July 1. If lawmakers can’t create legislation this session that deals with a myriad of issues — such as putting in place protections for children, figuring out how to deal with tourists, and how the new marijuana industry is taxed — then the state’s Department of Revenue will put rules in place without input from lawmakers. “We’d prefer not to implement rules without the guidance of the General Assembly,” said Department of Revenue head Barbara Brohl, who also is the co-chair of the task force that was put in place by Gov. John Hickenlooper. Because of that, the committee’s House
chairman, Rep. Dan Pabon, D-Denver, said members should expect to meet several times through the remainder of the session in order to complete their work. “We are going to have, I’m sure, a lot of discussion and debate about what should and shouldn’t be included in this legislation ....” Pabon said. As if their job isn’t difficult enough, committee members also must take into consideration the federal government’s role in all of this. The state still doesn’t know whether the U.S. Department of Justice will intervene in Colorado’s new marijuana industry, by way of federal drug enforcement or even a lawsuit. “This is a concern for everyone in government and everyone in the state,” Brohl said.
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Real ‘R-word’ should be ‘respect’ Brenden VanBruwaene, 16, looks intently, seriously, at the camera as he starts the public service announcement. His words are simple and direct: “When I hear people saying retarded, it makes me feel upset and … sad a lot. That’s what I feel.” Brenden would know. He is a sophomore, a friend to all, who walks through school halls listening to music with his headphones and iPod and flashing happy smiles. He has big dreams — to be a famous actor or singer someday. He also has Down syndrome, a fact of life Brenden will passionately tell you has shown him how important it is to be kind and respectful to everyone. He doesn’t hear the word “retard” much, but he was called it once last year. A friend stood up for him. Still, he hurt. “This is,” he says, “not right.” Brenden knows — which is why he and his school have joined a nationwide campaign to eradicate what they call the R-word as it is used today. Words are powerful. When strung together in careful and thoughtful precision, like a meticulously embroidered tapestry, they are beautiful, magical. They touch, inspire, break down barriers and connect us. But tossed about ignorantly, without attention or respect for meaning, and words wound. They tear us down and apart. “With any word, it’s not what you say,” Karen Riley says, “it’s what you mean when you say it.” Riley is an associate professor and chair of the educational research and policy department at the University of Denver’s Morgridge College of Education. She also has spent many years working with children who have neurodevelopmental
disorders, such as Down syndrome. In its clinical form, she notes, the word retardation is benign. It connotes anything that doesn’t move at the rate it should be moving — it’s slower or retarded. But that’s not how the word, in any of its derivative forms, is generally used today. “We know what it means,” one high school sophomore said, “but we just have a different definition for it.” The definition: An expression of exasperation. Stupid. Riley tells her students this true story: A mother pulling into a school accidentally bumped into the car parked in front. The driver of the parked car said to the mother, “What are you, a retard?” The mother then proceeded to help her child, with Down syndrome, from her car. The man apologized profusely. “Would it have been OK if she didn’t have a child with Down syndrome?” Riley asks. “As long as nobody is there to hear it, is it OK to use that word? If you know it’s hurtful, then why do we say it at all?” Retard, of course, isn’t the only word in this category. There’s the N-word, the derogatory term for African-Americans, and gay, which when used to mean dumb or ridiculous also implies homosexuals are lesser than others. Kim Gorgens, an
Giving Tree donors brave snow Volunteers collect 10 tons of food despite blizzard By Jane reuter
email@example.com A blizzard couldn’t keep volunteers from participating in the 2013 Giving Tree food drive, though it did put a dent in donations. The annual collection for the Douglas/Elbert Task Force, with collection points originally set at three Douglas County Safeways, dropped to two with the heavy snow of March 9. While donors were fewer, organizer and Lone Tree council member Susan Squyer said those who gave did so with gusto. “People were very generous with their donations this year in part, it seemed, due to the weather and thinking of others facing a lack of a full cupboard at home,” Squyer said. “Overall, we feel very good about our work.” The total value of collected goods
came to about $4,258, or nearly 10 tons of food. The Giving Tree was founded after Squyer learned food banks benefit from the generous spirit of the holiday season, but suffer a dearth of contributions in the spring. “This is such an important drive for the Douglas/Elbert food bank, not only in the amount of money, cards and pounds of food raised, but in awareness of the need and willingness of volunteers to give of themselves,” task force director Suzanne Greene said. “We’re very grateful to all of you.” In 2012, the Douglas/Elbert Task Force helped 16,000 people in financial crisis, distributing almost $700,000 worth of food, hygiene and household supplies and giving utility bill assistance to 676 households and help with housing payments to 236 households, among other services. The Castle Rock-based task force formed in 1984 when members of several Castle Rock churches joined forces to help people in need.
assistant professor of psychology at DU and past chair of the American Psychological Association’s Committee on Disability Issues, would argue that even words like crazy and cripple fall into this classification. “These words become episodes that are so denigrating and so harmful to groups of people,” she says. “Recognizing how you play a part in that problem is really powerful.” But the R-word — with its connection to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities — faces a unique battle. “These are our most vulnerable members of society,” Riley says. “It’s difficult for them to advocate for themselves. … As a society, isn’t it our responsibility to make sure you’re not disrespected? If you can’t defend yourself, isn’t it our responsibility to do so?” Soeren Palumbo, whose sister has an intellectual disability, thought so. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, he and Tim Shriver, a Yale University graduate, started the Spread the Word to End the Word campaign in 2009. Advocacy also has come from the federal government with Rosa’s Law, passed in 2010, which replaces “mental retardation” with “intellectual disability” in all federal legislation. Today, the Spread the Word campaign is a youth-driven effort by Special Olympics and Best Buddies, organizations that work with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and provide resources to schools to promote the campaign. The official annual day of awareness is the first Wednesday in March. “It’s been a huge platform for a lot of
young people in the schools,” says Mandi DeWitt of Special Olympics Colorado. Colorado, she adds, is one of eight states with the highest youth participation in such activities. At Castle View High School in Castle Rock, where Brenden attends school and where he was elected this year as Homecoming Royalty for his class, hundreds of students signed a pledge to stop using the R-word. As part of the campaign, they stopped at tables at the cafeteria’s entrance to scrawl their names on banners. “I’ve been saying that word for a while now,” one young man said. “I’ve not been the kindest. This is sort of a way to make me stop saying that.” “My friend said it the day before,” another student said. “I told her to not say that — `It insulted me.’ That’s not the way I am.” Pam Baker, Brenden’s special education teacher, fought back tears as she watched student after student sign the pledge. “They were part of history,” she said, “paving the way for others not to hear the word retarded and make it extinct.” In the cafeteria, the public service announcement plays. Students sitting at the tables look up at the screen. There’s Brenden. “I say `retarded’ is the wrong word to say,” he says to his audience. “And that’s what I know.” That’s what we should all know. Ann Macari Healey’s column about people, places and issues of everyday life appears every other week. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303566-4110.
so much inside the voice this week Going strong. Lone Tree’s Dean Smith, 86, set an indoor rowing record in a competition with other seniors in Boston. Page 5
Self-directed. Local artist Kyle Banister made a career change to do what he loves. Page 20
So close. Highlands Ranch High School girls fell just shy of a Class 5A state basketball championship in their game against Regis Jesuit. Page 24 Helping kids. The Parker Symphony Orchestra and Young Voices of Colorado are joining forces to benefit Children’s Hospital. Page 22
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Pet legislation sparks division Feel-good animal bill hits snag By Vic Vela
email@example.com It’s hard enough getting Democrats and Republicans to come together on much of anything without throwing cats and dogs into the mix. Our four-legged friends are getting caught in the crossfire over a bill that seeks to designate cats and dogs that have been adopted from Colorado animal shelters and rescues as the state pets. Sen. Andy Kerr, D-Lakewood, who is the sponsor of Senate Bill 201, said he wanted to recognize the “the excellent work that our rescue groups and our shelter groups do in finding homes for dogs and cats that truly need them.”
Jennifer Strickland, director of community relations and development at Golden’s Foothills Animal Shelter, said the bill “makes a lot of sense.” “I think any opportunity to be able to bring awareness to how wonderful shelter pets can be is a great thing,” she said. The bill will cost taxpayers just $650, in order to update state artwork and brochures, according to the Colorado Legislative Council. Kerr said he did not want to single out specific breeds in his bill, knowing how much controversy that could have led to. “This is a bill to bring all the factions together,” Kerr said. “Cat people and dog people can come together and support the bill. But don’t expect certain animal groups to roll over and play dead as the bill makes its way through the Legislature. “We don’t understand why it’s a bill,” said Dan Anglin of Anglin Public Affairs. “It doesn’t make any sense.” Anglin represents the Colorado Federa-
‘This is a bill to bring all the factions together. Cat people and dog people can come together and support the bill.’ State Sen. Andy Kerr, D-Lakewood tion of Dog Clubs, which puts on dog shows in the state, as well as the Colorado Pet Association, which represents animal breeders, retailers and groomers. He claims the bill would “create a perception” that it’s better to adopt animals from shelters, as opposed to seeking other avenues. “This bill puts into state statute that the state pet is how you acquire it,” Anglin said. Rep. Kathleen Conti, R-Littleton, originally was a House co-sponsor of the bill, but she said she plans on removing her name from the legislation, having looked it
over more closely. Conti, a former pet groomer, said she “is very supportive of our local shelters” but is uncomfortable in recognizing certain dog adoption groups over others. “How about we recognize what the dog ends up doing to help society and helps people, like service dogs?” Conti said. “I’d far rather see something like that than simply focusing on where you get the pet from.” Conti said she probably will vote no on the bill, but that she’s “not going to actively fight against it.”
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Schools get ‘D’ for online transparency Closed-door sessions, missing information bring down score By Jane Reuter
firstname.lastname@example.org The Douglas County School District earned a “D” rating from the Sunshine Review, a website transparency report card that ranks cities, counties and school districts nationwide. School officials said the website is evolving and is part of a larger enhanced communications effort that includes telephone town halls, parent email newsletters and a mobile app.
“We will continue to improve our website and strive to make information available to the public,” DCSD spokeswoman Cinamon Watson said. “We believe in transparency and have taken significant steps toward improving transparency in all aspects of the district.” Sunshine Review Kristin McMurray said transparency at the school level is important. “It’s concerning because parents have a right to know how their school district is being run,” she said. “Every citizen does, but a parent especially. They need to have access to contracts, audits and budget information. It’s not just about academic reports.” DCSD’s ranking was the lowest among Colorado’s 10 largest districts. McMurray contrasted it with Douglas County govern-
ment’s “A-plus” rating. “It’s kind of astonishing to see that level of transparency at a county level and not at the school district,” she said. DCSD was dinged for failing to provide contact information for its board members and superintendent and not posting contracts and bids over $10,000, among other items. Another bullet point noted, “The Douglas County Board of Education spends a significant amount of time (average is more than 1.5 hours) in executive session during regular meetings.” On the favorable side, DCSD was credited for including mill levies, taxes and expenditures in the budget, posting meeting minutes on its site and linking state testing reports. The Sunshine Review hired Chicagobased reporter Alex Keown to conduct the
research on DCSD. Governmental agencies’ ratings also were based on the amount of time it took the researcher to find required information online. “If we didn’t find it in five minutes, it’s marked as missing,” McMurray said. “If we can’t find it in five minutes, and we do this every day, a citizen never will.” McMurray said the Sunshine Review does give “F” rankings, and said the “D” grade isn’t uncommon among school districts. “In the past year when we’ve been rating the 10 largest school districts in every state, I’m unhappy to report it is very common,” McMurray said. “That doesn’t make it acceptable. “Nationwide, school districts are lagging on transparency more than any other government entity.”
Group’s rating brings responses from board Some members ready to make changes By Jane Reuter
email@example.com Douglas County School Board members had mixed reactions to the “D” rating the district’s website received from Sunshine Review, a nonprofit that grades website transparency for public agencies. “I’m of the view we’re the most transparent school district in the state of Colorado and if not, we’ll do what we need to do to become so,” President John Carson said during the board’s March 14 meeting. The Sunshine Review, based in Virginia, rates website transparency for states, counties, cities and school districts nationwide. Douglas County’s “D” rating was the lowest among Colorado’s 10 largest school districts.
“Frankly, they’ve listed some of the things we could work on and they are all extremely easy to fix,” board member Meghann Silverthorn said, noting a couple of factual inaccuracies in the review. She believes the board’s executive sessions, which the report notes take “a significant amount of time,” can be made more efficient. “I think we have some great ideas on how to fix that,” she said. “I’ll work with staff, and any one of Carson you, can work with me to implement that.” Board member Doug Benevento called the information about lengthy executive sessions an “unsubstantiated claim made by former employees,” adding, “There is not a scintilla of evidence out there” to support it. However, the recorded minutes on the
Douglas County School District’s website show the length of executive sessions increased substantially during recent years, from a recorded average of 20 minutes throughout 2008, to recent meetings in which executive sessions regularly last more than an hour and a half. The board typically reserves an hour and 50 minutes of each meeting for executive session, which board president John Carson said was justifiable given legal complexities surrounding the voucher lawsuit and other issues. “Setting aside two hours of meeting to receive that legal advice, I think, is appropriate,” he said in a September 2012 interview. Board member Craig Richardson said during the March 14 meeting that the board is properly exercising rights granted by the state Legislature. “I particularly find difficult to swallow the concept that parties can sue and then complain about the amount of time we
spend talking to our lawyers,” he said. Carson said the board has been a leader in some aspects of transparency. “I believe we are still one of the only two (school districts) that make every single expenditure available to the public on our website,” he said. “I’m proud that we’ve led the way.” The Sunshine Review credited DCSD for including mill levies, taxes and expenditures in the budget, posting meeting minutes on its site and linking state testing reports, opening and making public the 2012 union negotiations. Sunshine Review faulted DCSD for failing to provide contact information for its board members and superintendent and not posting contracts and bids over $10,000, among other items. The review’s managing editor, Kristin McMurray, said she would welcome contact from DCSD. “If there are any errors on our grade, we’d be happy to update it,” she said.
District’s Facebook policy spurs dislike Comment removal, restoration raises eyebrows By Jane Reuter
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Critics of the Douglas County School District whose posts were removed from the district’s Facebook page aren’t buying the official explanation. Kevin Leung, a frequent critic of school leadership who made an unsuccessful run for school board in November 2009, started the Facebook thread when he posted a link to videos of board members interviewing candidates for a vacant seat. The link posted by Leung, who is among the 13 candidates interviewed March 5, was to the Strong Schools Coalition’s website. The group frequently has challenged school district actions, and most recently posted on its site a graphic questioning DCSD’s transparency. Leung’s Facebook posting and several responses were removed by the district, leading to claims of censorship. “They’re spamming people who are making comments that disagree and removing those posts,” said Anne Marie Lemieux, a parent who regularly attends school board meetings and has been critical of some board decisions. “We did not break any rules.” District spokeswoman Cinamon Watson said DCSD was following its policy. “We don’t advocate for outside groups,” Watson said. “We don’t post political messages. We are neutral in the information we provide to parents.” DCSD’s Facebook policy requests people not post “unauthorized commercial solicitations (such as spam)”; “bully, intimidate, or harass any user”; “post content that is hateful, threatening, pornographic, or that contains nudity or graphic or gratuitous violence”; or “do anything unlawful, misleading, malicious, or discriminatory.” “DCSD reserves the right, but is not obligated, to remove comments that contain commercial solicitations; are factually erroneous/libelous; are wildly off-topic …
‘I felt disrespected and embarrassed because my comment had been spammed.’ Connie Ingram or that otherwise violate Facebook’s Statement of Rights and Responsibilities,” according to the policy. Parent Connie Ingram said her comment, removed and later reposted, did none of those things. “Thank you, Kevin Leung,” she posted. “I asked on this page (below) for the audio of the interviews and have not received any response.” Though her post was restored, Ingram said the incident disturbed her. “I felt disrespected and embarrassed because my comment had been spammed,” she said. Comments from Trisha McCombs, whose “Douglas County Parent” blog includes the tagline, “Just a parent speaking up … whether the DCSD board of education likes it or not,” also were removed and restored. “I think they just removed comments they don’t want to see,” she said. “It’s just a trend of the district, that they’re shutting down dissenting views, and it’s frustrating.” When asked who manages DCSD’s Facebook page, Watson said it was the Community Relations department. Watson is the district’s community relations officer. When the concerns were brought to light, some of the deleted posts were restored. Several comments on the thread since have focused on the alleged censorship. While some are critical of the board and district, they have not been removed.
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Rock Canyon High School biotechnology teacher Shawndra Fordham, left, measures small amounts of liquid with senior Quincy Schurr with the help of a pair of micropipettors. Fordham recently was honored as the Douglas County School District Secondary Educator of the Year at the 2013 Apple Awards. Courtesy photo cisco, where club members have attended genetics conferences and toured major tech companies and research areas, giving them rare hands-on opportunities. Students have spent valuable class time on video conferences with researchers from
MIT, learned about everything DNA-related from clinical trials to patent law, and frequently participate in classroom debates over topics such as stem cell research. The Apple Awards program that honored Fordham is a fundraiser for the Douglas
County Educational Foundation. Rock Canyon Principal Andy Abner said he has received countless emails from parents over the past couple years that have said how much Fordham has inspired their kids to continue research in college and head down a biotechnology career path. “She gives them a real-world experience, really exposes them to the careers and lifestyles that are out there,” Abner said. “I think that one of the most amazing things about her is her ability to envision a way not to put limitations on the students. She doesn’t see them simply as high school students, but young men and women who can handle the rigors of a challenging college course.” Three of her students have already used connections they have made in the club or classroom to help set up research internships in college, and Fordham said the demand for her students is growing. What she is most proud of, though, is the number of kids who have developed a desire to further their studies in the field. “When they come in, typically about 20-25 percent of the kids show any signs of interest of doing something with biotech,” she said, “but when they leave, that number has grown to about 65-70 percent. That’s what is really nice to see. They are really starting to consider options for themselves and for their futures.”
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a land with problems, a nation with laws The comments of Weld County Sheriff John Cooke, reported in the Greeley Tribune, are making waves and being picked up in national news. His words put him squarely in an informal group of so-called rogue sheriffs. According to news reports, Cooke said he is not interested in enforcing two particular bills – one expands background checks on firearms purchases and the other limits ammunition magazines to 15 rounds. In other reports, El Paso Sheriff Terry Maketa, who takes umbrage with the legislative process and bills being developed for gun control, seems to be part of the club. Yeehaw. Many of us like to think there is a little bit of frontier left in the culture of Colorado life. Some like to think being on the frontier means having the right to
our view be left the heck alone and not bother with too many laws. But even out West — now and in decades gone by — we expect the guy behind the star to stand with the law, whether right, wrong or otherwise — it’s the law. That’s why we appreciated the comments of Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson, who broke his silence on the thorny gun debate and voiced some choice words worth repeating in full. “For a public safety professional to suggest they can determine the constitutionality of an issue and establish public policy
based on that ill-conceived notion, would be tantamount to a police officer arresting an individual, determining guilt and sentencing the individual to incarceration in the county jail,” Robinson said. “This is not how our principle-based, constitutional system, functions. We are a nation of laws.” Robinson has it right, but in trying to understand the others, we don’t have to look far. The more than 1,700-word position paper by the County Sheriffs of Colorado opposes limiting magazines — calling for the need to have enough rounds to end a threat — and opposes extending background checks and registration, stating the government “does not have the right to know who owns a firearm or for what reason when used for lawful and peaceful purposes.”
How many basketball brackets do you fill out? With the start of the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament this week, we asked around in Highlands Ranch to see how many March
“I do three brackets every year, and every year I take Kansas in all of them. Rock, Chalk, Jayhawk!” — Amy Sherman, Roxborough “I’ll probably do five, but all of them will be the same. I like Michigan State to win it all. I think (Tom) Izzo is the best coach in March, period.” — Tom Tracy, Morrison
Don’t mess with the library
As I read the article about the county commissioners’ plan to take over the liMadness brackets people filled out each brary board of trustees, I felt a knot tighten year and what teams were being picked as in my stomach. My husband and I moved the 2013 NCAA champion to-be. to Douglas County almost four years ago, from central Austin, Texas. We sought cooler weather and great schools. We “I just do one bracket usually, didn’t move here for the libraries, but they and I like Gonzaga to win it. quickly became one of our favorite things I’m a West Coast Conference about living in Highlands Ranch. guy.” Just yesterday, I took my toddler daugh— Rick Owens, Highlands ter to story time twice, as it is her favorite Ranch activity. Yesterday evening, a friend and I attended the fabulous Jennifer Weiner “I usually fill out four, one for event. It is the second time I’ve met a best-selling author at a library event. Our myself and three in pools. I family of five visits the library several times think Michigan State will win a week, taking advantage of many library it. The Spartans come from services, yet I feel we’ve barely scratched the best conference in college the surface of what the library has to offer. basketball, played a tough We’re impressed with Jim LaRue’s work on e-books, and thankful for many hours schedule, and are a great of peace and quiet while my children exdefensive team.” plored the world of books. — Kelley Wall, Denver Our community libraries are among the best in the nation. Jim LaRue’s vision is largely responsible for our library’s success. There is no need to drag the library into political crossfire; the library benefits residents of every political persuasion. I have contacted the commissioners, begging them to let the library continue to choose their own trustees and manage their own affairs; they are outstanding just as they are. Darien Wilson Highlands Ranch
It’s nothing but a ‘G’ thing I have had it up to here with anyone who drops the “g” off of an “ing” word. I am fed up with G-droppers. That’s what they’re called. Take Sarah Palin (no, YOU take her). Have you ever heard her “speechin’”? She is a G-dropper from way back. I am convinced her name is Sarah Paling. But “Palin” is as far as she can get. Dropping the “g” is fine if you are a folk singer. But for you and me, it’s not. I am staying alive, I am not stayin’ alive, and neither are you. Give me the King’s English. Other people might be Kingin’, but I am definitely Kinging it, man. Nothing escapes the Internet. There is site after site about G-dropping, and most of the content is beyond my grasp. “G-dropping now appears medially and finally in stressed and unstressed syllables, as in `singing,’” Barbara Strang’s “A History of English” says. “Its extension to unstressed syllables is quite recent, and has spread from middle class into general usage under the influence of spelling (or so the expression `dropping the g,’ for the older pronunciation, indicates).” I’m not exactly singin’ in the rain about this. Here’s more. “It is currently a feature of colloquial and non-standard speech of all regions, and stereotypically of Southern American English, African American Vernacular English, and Cockney,” a Wikipedia entry says. “Prevalent among some Alaskan vice presidential nominees.” Where would Bob Dylan be without it? Fixing, blowing, waiting, changing and dreaming, instead of fixin’, blowin’, waitin’, changin’ and dreamin’ is where. This makes my spell checker go nuts. There are two contributing factors that are not mentioned on any of these sites. The Cool Factor, and the Lazy Factor. G-droppers are cooler than those of us who do not G-drop. Check out who is doing it. You didn’t hear Alastair Cooke dropping no “g’s” on “Masterpiece Theatre,” did you? But show me a rapper who isn’t a
Keep politics out of libraries G-dropper and I will show you a rapper in the cut-out bin. We’re lazy. We’re all lazy-minded, even if we don’t g-drop. We speak and write in overused words, filler words, we hem and haw. We overuse idioms like “hem and haw” instead of coming up with something better, something unique. So sawing off the end of an “ing” word is just an opportunity to be English-lazy. If you speak too smart, you might be observed with suspicion, or simply beaten up. Try listening to a few athletes talk. Most of the time it’s painful. Not always. Arthur Ashe was very eloquent. Bill Bradley, former Princeton basketball star and U.S. senator, is very eloquent. Lars Skulnick, Northwestern punter, was class valedictorian. His commencement address is still being quoted. Try listening, I said. Try listening to yourself. Most people don’t. I no longer have lunch with anyone who doesn’t care about words. I sit there and wince without wincing. I know I am nitpicking and that sometimes I look at form rather than content. Ultimately it’s content that carries a conversation. How much better is it to say, “I experienced a regurgitation on Lenny Dykstra,” than it is to say, “I, uh, like threw up on Lenny Dykstra”? The point is, you had an embarrassing moment, and a direct thought, unfiltered by a college degree, is sometimes the ticket. Craig Marshall Smith is an artist, educator and Highlands Ranch resident. He can be reached at craigmarshallsmith@ comcast.net
“D the q al rea me if Further the paper strongly states it is not the appropriate time to introduce gun if my control legislation because decisions likely she a barte will be made on “emotion rather than If reason” following the recent shootings in vices Aurora and Sandy Hook. And It suggests that gun control bills be and p tabled for “at least a year to encourage rational deliberations before any decisions bene Be are made.” exerc Given these perspectives, it is easy to men see why some sheriffs are riled with the So actions at the Statehouse. So we commend and I all cool-headed sheriffs who know their roles through thick and thin, and perhaps there understand that the debate involves tough tradi questions the citizenry and its lawmakers cons must face involving the constitutional right ques to bear arms and pressing concerns about to m the b gun violence. Ag ques dilige I was percent of voters in Douglas County. The gitim two school funding issues on the same bal- The a Ag lot were also voted down by 52.2 percent and 52.3 percent of Douglas County voters. to do I don’t remember any similarly outspoken all po time board of education member that might Bu have caused this defeat. My recollection am g is that the analysis by this newspaper of the library issue was that Highlands Ranch, with a large population and a large, nearly new library, had voted strongly against funding for additional libraries. Parker and Lone Tree, where new libraries were planned, voted in favor of the issue. Moreover, the outcomes on all three funding issues were consistent with the fiscal conservatism of Douglas County. That said, our First Amendment protects Commissioner Hilbert’s right to express his opinion, even though it does not represent the official opinion of the Douglas County commissioners. I strongly support his right to freedom of expression. I also strongly support the right of the director of Douglas County Libraries, Jamie LaRue, to express his opinions, even though they do not represent the official opinions of the libraries’ board of trustees. We have an excellent, innovative, and award-winning library system in Douglas County. The libraries have extremely high usage and a large cadre of active volunteers. From my perspective, the board of trustees has done an admirable job. The board has the best understanding of the skills required by a library trustee, and all new trustees already require approval of the county commissioners. We should allow the trustees to continue to choose new members, rather than trying to fix something that isn’t broken. Please don’t politicize our libraries. Denise Seldon Lone Tree
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Trying my hand at barter system “Do you believe in bartering?” That was the question I received recently from a loyal reader in the community. First she asked me if I believed in the barter system, and if my answer was yes, the second question she asked was around my willingness to barter with her for our respective services. I found the offer intriguing, as her services could really help me professionally. And based on the status of her personal and professional life, she could probably benefit from business and life coaching. Before going down the rationalization exercise, I had to make sure it was in alignment with my belief system. It was. So I decided to analyze the opportunity and I started with my own question, “Is there truly mutual value and benefit in trading the services we both offer?” After consideration, my answer was yes. Next question, “Would I have the time to apply to make sure I could live up to my end of the bargain?” Again the answer was yes. The last question was more about doing my due diligence to make certain that the person I was going to swap services with was legitimate and would also complete the deal. The answer was also yes. Again, I have had inquiries and requests to donate my time and services, and if at all possible I will absolutely do that every time that I can. But the barter concept is something I am going to test a little further.
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There are certain products and services that I can use or benefit from, and I know the companies or people who can offer them to me could probably benefit from or enjoy some business or strategic planning, coaching, mentoring, training, or a keynote speech. I know, I know, cash is king and we live in a society where paying for products and services is the norm. I am not saying that we should move to a complete barter system, not even close. I am just going to explore this a little more, test the waters a little bit and see if mutual value can actually be gained through the barter process. I would love to hear your thoughts on the barter system. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and together we can make this a better than good week. Michael Norton, a resident of Highlands Ranch, is the former president of the Zig Ziglar organization and CEO and founder of www.candogo.com
I still have hope that the Douglas County commissioners will come down on the side of freedom of expression and support the Douglas County Library board and the library director, Jamie LaRue. Recent comments indicate they want to control, and thus silence, an important voice in our community. Commissioners Jill Repella’s and Jack Hilbert’s recent comments about LaRue show a lack of an appreciation for a tireless defender of freedom in our county. LaRue has won Colorado Librarian of the Year in 1998, the Julie J. Boucher Award for Intellectual Freedom in 2000, the Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce’s Business Person of the Year in 2003, and the National Council of Teachers of English/Support for the Learning and Teaching of English Intellectual Freedom Award in 2004. He’s succeeded in moving the library system into the 21st century and making our libraries the place to be for children, teens, and adults alike. I am outraged at their criticisms of him and their power grab to take over the library district. Commissioner Hilbert believes that “LaRue’s controversial points of view hurt the library district in the 2008 (mill levy increase.)” (The News-Press, March 7, 2013.) What an outrageous claim! This county almost never votes for increases in public funding, whether it be the library, the schools, or bus service. I would expect
the conservatives elected as county commissioners would come down on the side of freedom. Isn’t that what they claim conservatives are all about? Kathy S. McKittrick and Denis Gessing Castle Rock
Hilbert’s comments ‘irritate community’
In Rhonda Moore’s story about proposed changes to the appointment of the Douglas County Library District’s Board of Trustees, the “problem” seems to be the director, Jamie LaRue. Commissioner Jack Hilbert believes LaRue’s “controversial points of view hurt the library district in the 2008 election when 52.6 percent of the voters said no to a library mill levy increase.” Please share some statistics on that, Mr. Hilbert. Do you also blame LaRue for voters defeating Ballot Issue 3A, a mill levy supporting Douglas County School District RE1 in that same election? This is yet another frightening example of “if you don’t follow our rules, we will change them” (i.e: voting in the 2012 election). Jamie LaRue has been a fresh and independent voice in this community as well as a tremendous asset to the Douglas County Library District. Part of your complaint is “bringing up issues that irritate the community” — and you, Mr. Hilbert, have certainly done just that. Susie Scott Castle Rock
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Eliminate noxious weeds, attend educational symposium March 30 Douglas County will host a Noxious Weed Symposium for residents of Douglas, Elbert, El Paso, Jefferson, Arapahoe and Teller counties to educate the public on integrated management techniques to combat noxious weeds on Sat., March 30, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Symposium fee is $10 per attendee and includes lunch and handouts. Seating is limited, please RSVP by March 25 to 303-660-7480 or email noxweeds@douglas. co.us. For more information please visit www.douglas.co.us/ weedmanagement/
SCFD 2013 Free Days From the Denver Art Museum to the Denver Zoo and more, five SCFD organizations will provide free admission to Colorado residents on select days this year. Free Days are funded in part by the citizens of the metro area, including portions of Douglas County, via the SCFD 0.1% sales and use tax. For more information visit http://scfd. org/p/free-days-calendar.html DOUGLAS COUNTY
For more online services please visit www.douglas.co.us
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Palm Sunday, March 24
Holy Saturday, March 30
Choir Cantata, 8 & 10:30am service 8:30 - 10:30am Youth Breakfast
5:30pm Easter Vigil
Easter Sunday, March 31
Maundy Thursday, March 27
8:00 & 10:30am Worship 9:15am Easter Egg Hunt * Nursery available*
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Easter Worship Services 6:30, 8:00, 9:30, and 10:45 am
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Looking For a New Beginning? Join us for o ur Easter Services Palm Sunday – Regular Schedule Good Friday & C ommunion – 7:00 PM Easter Sunday – Regular Schedule us in our regular Services We invite you to join Sunday School for all ages -‐ 9:00AM Coffee and Fellowship -‐ 10:00AM Praise and Worship -‐ 10:30AM Wed Eve Youth Group -‐ 7:00PM
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Worship: 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. • Breakfast: 8:30 - 11:15 a.m.
Maundy Thursday, March 28
Worship: 7:00 p.m. Crossroads Band
Good Friday, March 29
Worship: Noon & 7:00 p.m. Celebration Choir (Musical service of remembrance 7:00 only)
Easter Saturday, March 30
Worship: 5:00 p.m. Special Music
Easter Sunday, March 31
Easter Sunrise Worship: 6:30 a.m. Special Music 8:00 a.m. Celebration Choir & Carillon Ringers 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. Crossroads Band
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Board: Member cites doctor’s career experience Board continues from Page 1
“We will be going against a union that is willing to spread false information,” Williams said. “They are going to be vicious this fall, and well-funded. Can this person withstand these inevitable personal attacks, gear up, spread the truth about education and win this
November?” Board member Craig Richardson said Mendoza’s career instills her with qualities that will be valuable to the board. “The perspective she brings as a physician is quite important, particularly in the type of medicine she practices,” he said.
“Our culture trusts doctors for a reason.” Gerken was the board’s vice president, so board members also had to select a new person for that role. They chose board member Kevin Larsen. Other finalists included Daniel Coombe, Aaron Johnson, Brant Phillips, Randy Reed and Judi Reynolds.
Guns: All Republicans voted against both measures Guns continues from Page 1
Lebsock of Thornton and Leroy Garcia of Pueblo all voted against putting in place magazine limits. Vigil also voted against the background checks bill, along with Sen. Lois Tochtrop of Thornton. All Republicans voted against both measures.
House Bills 1224 and 1229 join the previously passed House Bill 1228 — which requires that gun buyers pay for their own background checks — as three major pieces of Democraticsponsored gun-control legislation that have now reached Hickenlooper’s desk. The governor is expected to sign all
three bills into law. Two other gun-control bills continue to work their way through the legislature: Senate Bill 195, which bans exclusive online training for those seeking concealed handgun permits; and Senate Bill 197, which would prohibit domestic-violence offenders from having access to guns.
Morse/Parmalee Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Morse of Littleton, CO, are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Nicole Alexandrya Cherie Morse, to Bryson Charles Parmalee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Parmalee of Aurora, CO to be held on March 23, 2013 in Las Vegas, NV.
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Immigration law could be sidelined by General Assembly Move gets support from both parties By Vic Vela
email@example.com A Thornton Democrat is seeking to repeal a state law that requires police to report those they suspect of being in the country illegally to immigration authorities. And it’s an effort that has support from Republicans, as well as from members of the law enforcement community. Rep. Joe Salazar said his House Bill 1258 would prevent local officers “from engaging in federal immigration enforcement,” as well as would help re-establish trust between police and immigrants. “It brings back dignity between law enforcement and the communities,” Salazar said before the House State, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee on March 18.
Salazar’s bill would repeal a law that was put in place in 2006, which critics say creates paperwork headaches and is redundant and divisive. They point to a federal program that local law enforcement already adheres to called Secure Communities, which requires that police use fingerprints from arrestees to identify illegal immigrants with criminal backgrounds. Critics say the Colorado law puts law enforcement in the awkward position of having to determine whether someone is here illegally on initial contact. Members of law enforcement say jails already are full, and keeping someone locked up for a traffic violation, just because they’re suspected of being the country illegally, is not the best of use of their resources. “My jails are overfull,” said Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle. “I don’t have extra resources to hold people for civil violations in my jail.”
Norma Morones testified that she was pulled over for a minor traffic offense in 2011, and ended up being taken to jail and held there until immigration authorities could sort out her residency status. Morones said the incident resulted in “stress and fear and depression,” and left her hesitant to reach out to law enforcement again, even in cases where she wanted to report serious crimes. “Because of this incident, I lost trust in the police,” Morones said, through a translator. The bill passed the committee on a 9-2 vote, with two Republicans — Reps. Tim Dore of Elizabeth and Ray Scott of Grand Junction — casting a yes vote. It’s possible that even more GOP lawmakers could end up voting for the bill, as it goes through the legislative process. “I came into this a very strong no,” said Rep. Jared Wright, R-Fruita. “I’m now a very soft no.”
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EASTER SERVICES Sunday, March 31
Sonrise on the Hillside, 7:00am Message by Will Freyschlag Freyschlag, r r. Student Ministry Director. Casual, intimate worship service at the cross. (Held outdoors, weather permitting. Bring lawn chairs and/or blankets).
Easter Celebration Services 8:00, 9:30 & 11:00am
An intergenerational service with communion celebration in the Worship Center. Brunch and balloon release following each service.
EASTER WE W WEEK EK SERVICES & EVENTS: March 24—Palm Sunday a : 8:45 & 10:30a ay Sunday: 10:30am March 28—Maundy Thursday: 7:00pm (Worship Center) March 29—Good Friday: Reflection & Devotion, anytime at the crosses on the hillside March 30—“The Hunt”: Community EasterEgg Hunt, 10:30am (5 & under) & 11:00am (6 & older) O’Brien Park
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Holy Week 2013
St. Philip-in-the-Field Episcopal Church 397 S. Perry Park Rd * 303-688-5444
Palm Sunday 8am & 10 am MaundyThursday 7 pm Good Friday: Noon Stations of Cross (Bear Canon Cemetery) Liturgy 1:15 pm CandlelightTenebrae 7 pm
Easter Sunday Great Vigil of Easter 6:30 am Easter Sunday Mass 10 am
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Simplify, de-clutter. Do not take what a prospective buyer says about your home so personal. What is the most unusual thing you’ve encountered while working in Real Estate? A deer in the basement of a home under construction.
What do you most enjoy doing when you’re not working? I love spending time with my wife Kimberly and daughters Ashley and Kelly.
Where were you born? Denver, Colorado
What is one tip you have for someone looking to buy a house?
How long have you lived in the area? I have lived in Castle Rock since 1974
Focus on the important things and don’t get caught up in things like the color of the walls.
What do you like most about it? I like the sense of community and the friendship’s fostered here. How long have you worked in Real Estate? 18 Years What is your specialty and what does that mean for the people you work with? I have a couple of designations that enable me to be a great resource for
Fighting Foreclosure & Promoting Hope intricacies of the short sale and because the banks really do not want homeowners to walk away, the team discovered the power of negotiation and the value of consistency in tearing down red tape. Thanks to their patience, persistence and a lot of hard work, Your Hope Team now has access to a bounty of valuable knowledge and resources to help those facing foreclosure fight it with discretion and dignity.
Since 2008, 3.7 million Americans have lost their homes to foreclosure according to a recent report by Corelogic. Today, there are 1.4 million homes currently in the foreclosure process. No matter the reason for falling behind, facing foreclosure is scary. Families in danger of losing their homes can be overwhelmed by stress and fear. They don’t know what their options are or where to turn for help. That is where Moe comes in.
It is imperative that homeowners in distressed situations have an agent who can deal with the complexities of a short sale. Your Hope Team can expedite this process, with an immediate plan of action that can bring relief and hope when it is needed most.
Motenia Rose-Deaver, “Moe” is a real estate agent in Jeffco and a top local producer. When the market took a devastating dive in 2007, she saw the desperation of the community. Homeowners, caught off guard, were facing a horrible crisis and had no idea where to find a path to relief.
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Artist Kyle Banister letters a specialty golf cart for the Birmingham (Ala.) Barons minor-league baseball team. He paints a variety of subjects but any aspect of baseball is his favorite. Photos by Tom Munds
Sports artist is on the ball Works include portraits, golf carts, drawings By Tom Munds
email@example.com Kyle Banister is a full-time artist with many talents and many interests. “I don’t have a favorite medium. I like them all,” he said with a smile. “As for subjects, I like to draw everything I see and I will do artwork on just about anything that stands still long enough for me to get to work.” He uses a variety of mediums including markers, acrylics and enamels and his subjects vary from a painting of a woman done on wood to his artwork on golf carts created for the Birmingham Barons baseball team. But he’ll tell you his favorite subject is baseball. His said his works are where baseball meets art. “I think baseball is the greatest game there is,” he said with a smile. “It’s simply a great metaphor for life. My grandfathers both loved baseball and encouraged me to play even though I was too small to really play the game.” He played youth baseball on the old fields at Englewood City Park, was sold in the 1960 for development of Cinderella City Shopping Mall. That early exposure, he said, planted the seeds of his love for baseball, and he likes to tell stories through his artwork centered on baseball. He said it isn’t just the players, but it also is about art about the inner workings of the game. He said he set out to try to make a living doing baseball art even though there wasn’t a big market for sports art in the Denver area. He said he was fortunate to make good connections doing art focused on baseball. He also branches out to other sports including wrestling, football and, most recently, hockey. He does some artwork for Root Sports, and a drawing he did for Root Sports of a portrait of Todd Helton done against a background of a baseball scorebook won an Emmy Award. He has a big date on opening day for the Rockies when, for the second year, he will be doing chalk art outside Coors Field. He said it was a hit last year on opening day and he was pleased to be invited back. He said he likes different media and doesn’t have a favorite, and he also is look-
One of the best parties I have attended lately took place March 13 inside the $5 million refurbished meeting spaces inside The Westin Downtown Denver Hotel. The event, which showed off the new digs of the mezzanine-level Continental Ballroom, renamed the Confluence Ballroom, as well as the ballroom foyer and all breakout meeting rooms. To unveil the renovation, The Westin’s sales team partnered with Destination Services Design Team to transform the space into specialty rooms such as a Molecular Microbrew bar, a Rock ‘n’ Roll sushi station and a soothing Spa-Ception room. “A major component of the project was leveling the mezzanine-level fixed-seat Tabor Auditorium to create an additional 3,000-square-feet of flexible meeting space,” said Tom Curley, the hotel’s general manager and owner Starwood’s area managing director. “This new space, called the Platte River Room, allows the hotel to service groups more effectively by offering additional dining and meeting space options.” Yes, the spruced-up space looked lovely, but the most outstanding aspect of the party was something I’ve never seen done in catering before: a salad martini bar. When I glanced over to that food station, I thought, “Oh no, another mashed potato bar. No thanks.” But when I saw socialite and philanthropist Susan Kiely munching salad in a martini glass, I had to investigate. Rather than heavy mashed potatoes, the station offered a healthy selection of salad ingredients mixed in a martini shaker (not stirred) with your choice of salad dressing. Bravo and brilliant!
In the limelight Kyle Banister adds the flames to his baseball bat creation he calls “Firewood.” Baseball is his favorite art work subject and other examples of his creations are on the table in front of him.
‘I think baseball is the greatest game there is. It’s simply a great metaphor for life. My grandfathers both loved baseball and encouraged me to play even though I was too small to really play the game.’ Kyle Banister ing for new fields he can explore with his art, which now includes doing body art. Banister said he had the bug to do art since he was a kid but everyone discouraged him, telling him his artistic talents were fine but he couldn’t earn a living as an artist. “I believed them so I never took an art class in high school,” he said. “Instead I took all those classes like algebra that I thought would help me get a steady job.” The former Englewood resident said he never gave up “playing with art” in every job he had, including painting designs on vehicles when he was in the motor pool in the Army. He lettered race cars and, while working for Burt Subaru, painted national ski team designs on their vehicles. He went on to start a sign company, and he said he called himself a graphic designer and not an artist during those years. He said life changed in 2001 when he took some classes and a couple instructors told him he was a good artist. They got be-
hind him and encouraged him to make use of his talents to pursue his desire to be an artist “I followed their advice, entered a couple art shows that led to my first solo art show and kicked off my career as a full-time working artist,” he said. “It was an emotional time and, while it would seem it would be a difficult decision to make such a major career change, it really wasn’t. It was so easy in some ways. My kids were grown and I was single, so I could do what I wanted to do. It proved to be the most important decision I have ever made.” He said his only regret was that he didn’t make the decision to become a full-time artist 40 years before, about the time he graduated from Alameda High School. Banister grew up in Englewood and attended Petersburg School through the fourth grade. His family eventually moved to Lakewood and he still lives in southern Jefferson County.
The 23rd annual Limelight Awards, which recognizes outstanding people and places that over the past year have embodied the true spirit of LoDo, took place Thursday in the refurbished McNichols Civic Center Building, on the corner of Colfax and Bannock. (Frankly, not my favorite space for an event because there is mostly metered parking and no valet.) But the event, despite the number of guests who were ticketed for expired meters, was a festive celebration put on by the LoDo District Inc. This year’s awards went to: Cares Award for philanthropic contributions to the neighborhood: Carol Ann and Paul Rothmann for the Downtown Denver Children’s Playground. Spotlight Award for a successful marketing campaign that brought activity to the area: Tom and Diane Coohill, owners of Coohills restaurant at 1400 Wewatta, for the Beats on the Creek concert series. Legacy Award for development projects that contribute to LoDo’s culture of historic preservation and innovation: Wazee Supper Club. Service Award for those who go above and beyond to aid LoDo District Inc: Rob Grey, LoDo District Vice Chair. New Business Award for a new neighbor who has made a notable impact: Springhill Suites Denver Downtown at Metro State.
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The already hot Ballpark Neighborhood restaurant scene turned up the heat with the fundraiser opening of VIEWHOUSE on March 14. Parker continues on Page 23
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CSO cellist featured in Englewood Englewood Arts Presents will offer its annual Olga Wolosyn memorial concert at 2 p.m. March 23 featuring Silver Ainomae, principal cellist for the Colorado Symphony. He will perform with five other top musicians in Mozart’s “Sinfonia Concertante (String sextet version)” and the Frank Bridge “Sextet for String Instruments.” The concert will be in Hampden Hall in the Englewood Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Parkway, second floor. Tickets cost $15 adults/$12 seniors/$5 students under 18, available at the door one hour before concert time or online at englewoodarts.org. 303-806-8196.
Colorado Ballet presents “Light/the Holocaust and Humanity Project” at the Newman Center on March 29 through 31. “Light” is set to music by five composers, including Philip Glass and Arvo Part, and is a one-act contemporary ballet in five movements, inspired by the Holocaust journey of one survivor. The choreographer is Stephen Mills and it premiered in 2005. Perded formances: 7:30 p.m. March 29, 30; 2 p.m. 5 March 30, 31. Tickets: coloradoballet.org, side 303-837-8888 ext. 2.
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ber Orchestra will perform “On the Passion of Christ” by David H. Williams during a traditional service of darkness at 7:30 p.m. March 28. The cantata depicts the events of Holy Week in music that is alternately meditative and dramatic. The service will also feature an open observance of Holy Communion. The church is at 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton. 303-794-6379. 25 with actress Pam Grier in attendance at 7 p.m. A week of signature programming will run April 4 to 11 with special food and related programming each day. Information and tickets at http://drafthouse.com/denver/littleton.
Call for Quilters
Firehouse Quilts of Colorado invites entries in its Eighth Annual Quilt Show, scheduled July 19 and 20 at the Douglas County Event Center at the county fairgrounds in Castle Rock. The theme for 2013 is “Patriotic.” Entry fee is $15 if received by May 17, then $18 until the June 21 deadline. Entry form and instructions: firehousequilts.org, click on Quilt Show link at the top.
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`Embrace!’ artworks return
Rick Dula’s hyper-realist painting, “A Moment in Time,” revealing the skeleton to the Denver Art Museum’s Hamilton Building, held visitors’ attention for long periods while he was painting it for the “Embrace!” exhibit. The museum was able to buy it for the permanent collection, but it has been under cover. It is now on display again on level two through Sept. 22. Also, a return visit from “Embrace!” is made by “Chamber,” Charles Sandison’s dazzling video installation, through April 14. “Georgia O’Keeffe in New Mexico” will be on view through April 28. All are included in general admission. Denverartmuseum.org.
Spring Break fun
“Funky Fairy Tales” will take over space at Lone Tree Arts Center during Spring Break week, March 25-29 for students age 6 to 12. Theater teacher Sarah Crockarell
Silver Ainomae, principal cellist of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, will perform as part of a string sextet on March 23 at Hampden Hall. Courtesy photo will lead the young actors in improvising new versions of well-known stories daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., culminating in a performance. Students will bring lunch from home. Tuition is $175 for the week. Reservations can be made online at LoneTreeArtsCenter.org or through the box office, 720-509-1000.
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Parker concert all about kids PACE Center event will benefit hospital By Sonya Ellingboe
email@example.com A lively collaborative concert for children is planned at 2 p.m. April 7 at the PACE Center in Parker. The Parker Symphony Orchestra and Young Voices of Colorado will join forces to benefit the Children’s Hospital in Parker. Before the concert, starting at 1 p.m., conductors Rene Knetsch of the PSO and Jena Dickey of Young Voices will hold free 15-minute workshops for children of all ages. The program will include “Nursery Rhyme Cantata” by Nicholas Page and “The Prayer” from “Hansel and Gretel” by Engelbert Humperdinck, performed by Young Voices, a youth choral group. Also, the orchestra will play The “Harry Potter Symphonic Suite,” and the “Darth Vader Imperial March,” both by John Williams; “Mars” from Gustav Holst’s “The Planets”; “Bowl of Notes” by Gregory Smith; and “William Tell Overture” by Giaochino Rossini.
Rene Knetsch conducts the Parker Symphony, which will perform with Young Voices of Colorado at 2 p.m. April 7 at PACE Center, a benefit for Children’s Hospital in Parker. Courtesy photo Former Parker mayor David Casiano will make a guest appearance. The Parker Symphony (formerly the South Suburban Symphony Orchestra) was established in 1994 and, under the direc-
tion of Rene Knetsch, had its first season as the Parker Symphony in the 2011-2012 season at the new PACE Center. The allvolunteer orchestra of about 75 performers auditions new musicians in the summer
Denver Water Prepares for Drought Conditions and Beyond The Denver metro area must brace for one of the driest summers in a decade, the leader of the state’s largest water utility told a group of business leaders from the South Metro Denver Chamber this week. Denver Water CEO Jim Lochhead hosted about 30 of the chamber’s members and special guests at the utility’s headquarters Monday to talk about drought conditions in 2013 and what the utility is doing to prepare for the coming years. “We are facing a future of increasing uncertainty,” Lochhead told the group. “Drought, forest fires and the potential for increased demand stemming from climate change are things we have to be prepared to deal with as they will significantly challenge water supply managers across the West. In addition, aging infrastructure, consumer risk tolerance, economic uncertainties, growth and a changing regulatory environment are challenges for the future. “ The luncheon, which was co-sponsored by the Chamber’s Energy and Sustainable Infrastructure Council, brought business leaders from across the region to meet and talk with Lochhead about what the challenges are and why we’re facing them. Lochhead warned that despite recent snow events, the region is facing the driest summer conditions since early 2000. And that unless there are drastic climate shifts that bring more water, the utility will be forced to impose restrictions on customers that would include twice-a-week watering restrictions, asking restaurants to serve water by request only and working with businesses like car washes to limit consumption. “Even though we’ve seen some great snow in the metro area, our water supply comes from the mountains, and prior to this weekend, we needed an additional 8 to 10 feet of snow in the high country to help us out of the drought,” Lochhead said. “Prior to this recent snow, our snowpack in Denver Water’s watersheds is approxi-
mately 60% percent of average. “We have learned a lot of lessons from the 2002-2004 drought,” he added. “We think that we are about as prepared as we can be.” Part of those preparations involve the heightening of the Gross Reservoir dam in Boulder County, which would double the reservoir’s storage and enable Denver Water to have more in reserves for dry seasons. The utility has been bogged down for years through the permitting process to make the expansion happen and Gov. Hickenlooper has written to President Obama to try to speed up the federal process for getting approval to heighten the dam. Also, as part of Denver Water’s conservation efforts, the utility is forming a project with 17 entities to supply more customers in the south metro area. Once approved, the partnership, called WISE, which stands for Water, Infrastructure and Supply Efficiency, will provide new supplies by combining unused water in Aurora with unused supplies from Denver. During years when Denver and Aurora don’t need the water, 15 Douglas County entities that make up the South Metro Water Supply Authority will be able to purchase the unused portion to reduce their reliance on nonrenewable groundwater sources. The partnership is still being finalized, but Denver Water expects to start capturing unused water and selling it to South Metro in the next few years, Lochhead said. “Water is such a precious resource, and this really was a terrific opportunity for influential leaders in the south metro business community to hear and understand what is in store for us in the future,” Chamber President & CEO John Brackney said. “It’s important from a community standpoint that we get the word out to all the citizens that water conservation is important.” Business leader Jeff Keener, who heads
and throughout the year. Plans for the 2012-2013 season include collaboration with the Parker Chorale, a young artist piano competition and cooperation with Voice of the Wood, a cello quartet. Director Rene Knetsch is a performing violinist, teacher and conductor who teaches and conducts the Arapahoe Community College Orchestra and plays with the Central City Opera orchestra and, with his wife, in the Confluence String Quartet. For information, see parkersymphony.org. Young Voices was started in Littleton 23 years ago by director Jena Dickey and now works with more than 200 children from second grade through high school across the metro area. Choirs rehearse once a week and offer two major concerts. They also perform by request with instrumental and choral groups. Enrollment begins in May for the next school year and classes will be in the Centennial area. For information: youngvoices. org. If you go: The Parker Symphony concert will be at 2 p.m. April 7 at PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Ave., Parker. Tickets cost $15, PACEcenteronline.org or 303-8056800.
Calendar of Events For a complete calendar of South Metro Denver Chamber events or more information, visit our web site at www.bestchamber.com or call 303-795-0142.
Thursday, March 21st: Access to Capital for Start-ups & Early-stage Companies The Chamber Center, 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 342, Centennial Join The Action Center for “Jazz & Junk” Pre-sale Event Jeffco Fair Grounds, 15200 W. 6th Ave., Golden Denver Water CEO Jim Lochhead speaks to Chamber business leaders regarding the state’s current and future water concerns.
the chamber’s Energy and Sustainable Infrastructure Council, applauded Denver Water’s efforts for getting word out about upcoming conservation needs. “It’s important for Denver Water to do a good job to explain why, so people understand the restrictions,” Keener said. “For business development, I don’t think the upcoming drought restrictions will affect new construction for companies, because it sounds like Denver Water has done a good job to prepare for those eventualities. “I really have to take my hat off to everything Denver Water has done to serve its customers and the region as a whole in their conservation efforts and drought preparations,” Keener continued. The South Metro Chamber Energy & Sustainable Infrastructure Group’s mission is to: 1) educate, inform, and promote the open exchange of ideas; 2) collaborate & grow business relationships; and 3) to promote prosperity through policy - all through the context of technology, renewable and traditional energy sources. For more information on taking part in the Chamber’s Energy & Sustainable Infrastructure Group, contact Manny Gonzales at 303-880-5954 or visit the chamber’s website at www.bestchamber.com.
Colorado Escrow & Title celebrated the opening of their new office spaces in Lone Tree with fellow Chamber Investors and staff recently. The company has been serving Front Range communities since 1985 and specializes in helping individual real estate professionals with standard real estate refinancing & resale as well as commercial, farm, ranch and water transactions. www.coloescrow.com
Monday, March 25th: Chamber Connectors Meeting The Chamber Center, 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 342, Centennial
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Wednesday, March 27th: Women in Leadership Executive Roundtable Colorado Breast Center, 1444 South Potomac Street, Suite 160, Aurora
Thursday, March 28th: HYPE Business Empowerment Group The Chamber Center, 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 342, Centennial Striking a Balance: Women & Men Balancing Work, Life, & Family The Chamber Center, 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 342, Centennial
Friday, March 29th: President’s Leadership Forum The Chamber Center, 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 342, Centennial Chamber Unplugged hosted by Mass Mutual The Chamber Center, 2154 E. Commons Ave., Suite 342, Centennial
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa opened their 3rd Colorado location with a Chamber celebration and ribbon cutting. Guests were treated to mini hot stone massages and foot treatments as well as food, beverages and giveaways. Located near Southwest Plaza shopping center, the spa offers full treatment massages, facials, couples massage, stone massages, hot towel foot exfoliation and more. www.handandstone.com
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Eric Tieze (Father Flynn) and Anne Oberbrockling (Sister Aloysius) in Cherry Creek Theatre’s production of “Doubt.” Photo by Rachel Graham his own Catholic school experience, this mean-spirited woman seems to believe the worst of everyone — and tries to enforce her wishes on all. Sister James is sweet and trusting and genuinely cares about her students. Oberbrockling owns this part, with tense manner and halo of negativity. She asks the young Sister James why she doesn’t send more eighth-graders to the office for discipline. Then she veers off on the evil of ballpoint pens — inappropriate for proper penmanship! This conversation moves to questions about Father Flynn’s protective relationship to a young black boy — the only one at the school — is it perhaps inappropriate? This drives the rest of the play, with a dramatic exchange between the seemingly vindictive nun and Father Flynn.
There follows a powerful scene between the boy’s mother, Mrs. Miller (Ziedha Peterkin) — who just wants him to graduate from eighth grade, no matter what, so he can go on to a good high school — and the older nun who is focused on bringing Father Flynn down. With a splendidly written script, a quartet of accomplished actors and a prize-winning director, Cherry Creek Theatre has a sure hit on its hands. Reservations suggested. If you go: Cherry Creek Theatre is at the Shaver-Ramsey Gallery, 2414 East Third Ave., Denver. “Doubt” plays through March 31. Performances: 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 6:30 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $28 adults/$25 seniors and students. 303-800-6578, cherrycreektheatre.org.
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The exclusive invite party gave media and other guests an hour to peruse the new space before opening the doors to supporters of the Ballpark Neighborhood Association. As advertised, the eatery featured an eclectic spread of bar bites from chef Jose Guerrero (from Roy’s Cherry Creek, Mao and Pizza Republica), Colorado-centric cocktails and microbrews and the spectacular view from the rooftop patio bar. VIEWHOUSE is a Denver corporation comprised of principals Brad Manske as managing partner and nightclub king Francois Safieddine as landlord and money man.
Wings and things
Can pigs fly? They do at Grillin’ Wings & Things at 723 S. University Blvd. (southwest corner of University and Exposition). The new fantastic wings joint (I tried them recently and can you say fingerlickin’ good?) features pig wings (lip-smacking mini pork shanks served “special grilled” style tossed in a choice of sauces), along with egg-cellent chicken wings grilled or deep-fried. Chicken tenders and jumbo shrimp also grace the menu, along with salads and wraps. Sides include deep-fried corn on the cob, garlic parmesan fries, and beer-battered
onion rings. The sauces are a standout with everything from honey hot to sweet ginger Thai to spicy garlic chili. Many of them are glutenfree. Grillin’ Wings also serves wine and beer. Fly on over and check out this place.
Gluten be gone
The Walnut Room’s two locations — Two North Broadway and 3131 Walnut St. — have expanded their gluten-free offerings. In addition to glutenfree pizza, the restaurants have added gluten-free bread for sandwiches and a flourless torte. The Walnut Room restaurants have also expanded their gluten-free beverages. “We are proud to offer our gluten-sensitive customers more choices to make their dining experience more varied,” said Leslie Odell, director of operations.
Kate Spade boutiques may no longer be guided by the namesake founder, but they’re still making a fashion forward statement about a city. Now, Denver can boast about snagging a Kate Spade store of its own. The chic boutique opened quietly this month at 105 Fillmore St. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. More infor-
Colorado chef in top 10
Food & Wine Magazine makes an annual anointment of who the foodie mag deems to be the 10 “Best New Chefs” throughout the country before the annual much-anticipated Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. Those top 10 are invited to the Classic to prepare a dish during a dinner in their honor. New this year, the public is invited to participate in picking 10 chefs for a People’s Choice award through online voting. Denver, which so often is over-
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Falcons fall just short of title Regis Jesuit girls down Highlands Ranch for 5A crown by Jim benton
email@example.com BOULDER — Highlands Ranch’s players filed out of the dressing room at the University of Colorado’s Coors Events Center with ice packs taped on a couple players. The Falcons’ comeback bid fell short as Continental League rival Regis Jesuit claimed the Class 5A girls state basketball championship with a 53-46 win March 16. “The kids played hard,” Highlands Ranch coach Caryn Jarocki said. “I’m really proud of them.” Highlands Ranch, with a team loaded with four senior starters, was seeking its eighth state title in the last 13 seasons, but poor shooting (28.9 percent) and turnovers (21) were costly for the Falcons in a game featuring two good defensive teams. “We had way too many turnovers and we started out way too slow,” Jarocki said. “If we could have hit some 3s early in the game it would have changed the complexion of the game. We were shooting bricks. “When we did crash the boards, we got some easy put-backs. We sort of let loose on a few fundamentals.” Many of the Falcons’ turnovers were unforced and going 4:16 without scoring a point in the first half forced Highlands Ranch to play from behind. Highlands Ranch was 4-for-17 from 3-point range and missed six long range shots in the first half. However, the play of Abriana Lujan gave the Falcons (23-5) an opportunity to win as she scored 10 of her 12 points in the fourth quarter. The 5-foot-10 senior had eight points in the final 2:11 as Highlands Ranch overcame a 10-point deficit. She hit two 3-pointers and made two steals in the last 60 seconds. Highlands Ranch, which cut the Raiders’ lead to two points with 46 seconds remaining, was behind by three when Lujan drove to the basket, scored and appeared to be fouled with 18 seconds to play. However, she was called for a charge to wipe out the score and possible tying free throw. Four consecutive free throws by the Raiders, which made 9-of-10 attempts from the charity stripe in the final two minutes, sealed the win for a Regis squad that had no seniors on the team. “That was all heart,” Jarocki said of the Falcons’ rally. “We had a bunch of fighters and they fought the whole way.” Lujan also had 11 rebounds in the game to pace the Falcons who received a 12-point, nine-rebound performance from senior Madison Montgomery. Junior starter Cierra Morgan and Symone Starks, a freshman reserve, are two key players who will return next year for
Highlands Ranch’s Ciera Morgan battles for a rebound during the Falcons’ Final Four matchup with Arapahoe on March 14 at the Coors Event Center. Jarocki, Colorado’s all-time winningest girls coach with 506 victories. “We had a lot of challenges that no one knows about that we had to overcome,” Jarocki said. “A lot of kids were sick, we had a lot of injuries, we missed CC (Morgan) at the beginning of the season and she came on late. “So to be able to overcome all that adversity and to be able to get to the championship game was huge. And that was not our only goal. We did want to win. It was a great season.” Regis has been in the state championship game four of the past five seasons, also winning in 2009. Raiders coach Carl Mattei figures the rivalry with Highlands Ranch will continue. “They have a good coach,” Mattei said of the Falcons. “They are a team that has a standard they set and no matter who is on that team, the standard is what the focus has to be. With our program, it’s the same thing.” The Raiders’ Justine Hall scored a gamehigh 24 points and was 9-of-10 from the foul line. Hall connected on 7-of-15 field goals in a dominating performance and was supported by Diani Akigbogum’s 10-point, 13-rebound effort before the 6-foot junior fouled out late in the game. Kelsi Lidge also scored 10 points for Regis. Regis had nine juniors, a sophomore and freshman on its roster for the state tournament, which bodes well for another run at the state championship in 2014.
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Golden Eagles can’t overcome Raptors Mountain Vista ‘kids fought to the end’ in playoffs by Jim benton
firstname.lastname@example.org BOULDER — Mountain Vista took another step this season in building a strong foundation for its boys basketball program. The Golden Eagles won their first 19 games, climbed to the state’s No. 2 ranking and were one of the last four Class 5A teams to still be playing last week. Mountain Vista finished the season with a 23-3 record following a 74-59 semifinal loss to eventual state champion Eaglecrest on March 15 at the Coors Events Center. “The kids fought to the end,” Mountain Vista coach Bob Wood said. “Each year
we’ve gone from (Sweet) 16 to (Great) Eight to the Final Four. We’ll see what happens next year. We’ll have a good squad next year. We lose a lot of valuable guys. We have some good players coming back. It’s hard to think about next year right now.” The Golden Eagles’ leading scorer, junior Jake Pemberton, who averaged 17.5 points a game, returns along with junior Greg Smith, who was the team’s secondleading rebounder. However, among the seniors who won’t be back are Elijah Valdez, who scored at a 17.2 clip, and Mitch Carter, who contributed 11.8 points and 8.9 rebounds per game. “It was a great group of seniors.” Wood said. “They just never quit. They played hard and deserved everything and maybe some more because they really did a good job as far as being in the gym and doing what we asked them to do and being good teammates.
“We were trying to get to the Final Four and that’s an experience in itself. I didn’t feel we played one of our better games, but that’s a credit to Eaglecrest because they played real good defense, turned us over and got a lot more easy baskets than we did.” Pemberton scored 17 points against the Raptors, Valdez added 16 and Carter pulled down 11 rebounds for Mountain Vista, which shot 32.8 percent for the game. “We squeezed out two games in the playoffs just to get to the Final Four,” Wood said of a 59-57 win over Lincoln and a 7876 double overtime victory over Cherokee Trail. “We were hoping to get another close one and win it at the end.”
Mountain Vista’s Chandler Wiscombe goes for a layup during the Golden Eagles’ Final Four matchup with Grandview on March 15 at the Coors Event Center. Photo by Jonathan Maness
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Valor’s run ends in championship game Boys team finishes season 22-5 after loss to Lewis-Palmer By Jim Benton
email@example.com BOULDER - Ronnie DeGray’s debut season as Valor Christian’s boys basketball coach was a success. DeGray’s Eagles finished 22-5 and came within one game of winning the Class 4A state basketball championship. Lewis-Palmer captured its second consecutive state championship with a 51-40 victory over Valor on March 16 at the University of Colorado’s Coors Events Center, the venue where DeGray played two seasons of collegiate basketball for the Buffs. “I knew coming in it would be tough learning my system,” DeGray said. “The first ride was fun but all rides come to an end.” All five of the Eagles’ starters in the championship game — Christian McCaffrey, Paden Mueller, Marcus Wilson, Chase Foster and Garrett Baggett — were juniors. Foster led the Eagles in scoring with a 19.7 average and the starting lineup will return close to 58 points per game next season. “The future is bright,” DeGray said. “I learned a lot from these kids this season.” Valor held a 30-29 lead early in the fourth quarter when Lewis-Palmer went on a 10-2 surge and took control of the game.
Valor Christian’s Chase Foster works to get off a shot against a Lewis-Palmer defender in the March 16 Class 4A state championship game. Photo by Kevin Keyser/KeyserImages.com The Eagles twice cut the Rangers’ advantage to five points but Lewis-Palmer outscored Valor 8-2 in the final 1:45 to repeat as champions. Foster, who for the second consecutive game had trouble scoring from the perimeter, did damage inside and paced the Eagles
HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS ROUNDUP New coach in like a Lamb
Brian Lamb, an assistant football coach for the past 10 years at Mountain Vista, has been hired as the new head football coach at Rock Canyon. Lamb was the Mountain Vista girls basketball coach between 2005-2010.
Local golfer wins tourney
Arapahoe’s Hannah Wood, the runner-up in last spring’s Class 5A girls state championship golf tournament, won the Kathy Whitworth Junior Golf Invitational last week at Mira Visa Country Club in Fort Worth. Wood bogeyed the first three holes but managed pars on the next 15 to fire a final round 74 and claim a one-shot victory. She opened the two-day tournament with a one-underpar 70 and had a two-day total of 144 in her first appearance in a national tournament.
with 17 points. Valor shot only 32.6 percent from the field for the game. Valor’s players showed class after the title game as they watched the Rangers accept the gold ball that goes to the state championship team.
The finish was just the opposite of Valor’s dramatic comeback March 15 in a 75-74 semifinal victory over Broomfield. Valor trailed by 12 points early in the fourth quarter against Broomfield and were behind 71-63 with 1:25 left to play. Three free throws by Foster with 31.6 on the clock pulled Valor close at 74-72 and when Broomfield’s Alec McLain missed a shot it gave the Eagles from Highlands Ranch a chance. Valor didn’t have a timeout and Wilson drove the lane, passed to Luke Proctor in the corner and the senior took his first shot of the game and buried a winning 3-pointer shot five seconds before the final buzzer. Broomfield race down court but Spenser Reeb’s shot bounced off the rim. “I just spotted up in the corner,” Proctor said. “I wasn’t really looking for the shot. I thought someone else was going to take it but when it came down to it, I just had to put it up. Marcus drew the double team by driving. “My teammates did a good job of helping us come back. We hit free throws, we made some smart plays and we got some good stops on defense. Chase had some big points, Garrett had some big points. We were trying to get the ball to Chase at the end but they knew that so I was ready and hoping it would come to me.” Proctor, a senior, played only three minutes in the game but he was carried off the floor by his teammates at the end of the game. Foster had 25 points and nine rebounds in the semifinal win, while Baggett added 20 points.
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Warriors move up in rankings
Arapahoe defeated second-ranked and Continental League power Regis Jesuit, 8-5, last week and the Warriors climbed to eighth in the Class 5A baseball rankings that were released March 18. Ted Ramirez drove in three runs and the Warriors drew eight walks against Regis pitchers. The Raiders dropped to fourth in the latest rankings. Cherry Creek was top-ranked while Chaparral was sixth, Highlands Ranch ninth and Legend 10th. Valor Christian was sixth in the Class 4A poll and Lutheran ninth in the Class 2A rankings. In other baseball highlights last week, Rock Canyon waited until the seventh inning to earn two victories. The Jaguars scored a run in the top of the seventh to beat Denver East, 13-12, and pushed two runs across the plate in the bottom of the seventh in an 8-7 victory over Lakewood. Josh Brown collected three of ThunderRidge’s 10 hits in an 11-0 blanking of Rangeview.
Ponderosa AD up for award
Ponderosa high school athletic director Tim Ottmann has been nominated by the Colorado Athletic Directors Association for the NIAAA Citation Award. The National Federation State of High School Associations honors one athletic administrator annually who has made significant contributions to the NFHS and/or other national organizations.
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26 Lone Tree Voice
Public Trustees PUBLIC NOTICE Lone Tree NOTICE OF SALE
LOT 86, RIDGEGATE-SECTION 15 FILING NO. 6, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, STATE OF COLORADO. Which has the address of: 9175 Kornbrust Circle, Lone Tree, CO 80124 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust described herein, has filed written election and demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that on the first possible sale date (unless the sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at the Public Trustee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will deliver to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 3/14/2013 Last Publication: 4/11/2013 Publisher: Douglas County News Press Dated: 1/16/2013 GEORGE J KENNEDY DOUGLAS COUNTY Public Trustee The name, address and telephone numbers of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: CYNTHIA LOWERY-GRABER Colorado Registration #: 34145 999 18TH STREET SUITE 2201, DENVER, COLORADO 80202 Phone #: (303) 865-1400 Fax #: (303) 865-1410 Attorney File #: 12-14269 *YOU MAY TRACK FORECLOSURE SALE DATES on the Public Trustee website: http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustee/
Public Trustee Sale No. 2013-0019 To Whom It May Concern: On 1/15/2013 the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in Douglas County. Original Grantor: ANN E. BARNHARDT Original Beneficiary: WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. Date of Deed of Trust (DOT): 9/30/2010 Recording Date of DOT: 10/5/2010 Legal Notice No.: 2013-0019 Reception No. of DOT: 2010065048 First Publication: 3/14/2013 DOT Recorded in Douglas County. Last Publication: 4/11/2013 Original Principal Amount of Evidence of Publisher: Douglas County News Press Debt: $288,787.00 PUBLIC NOTICE Outstanding Principal Amount as of the date hereof: $258,872.60 Lone Tree Pursuant to C.R.S. §38-38-101 (4) (i), you NOTICE OF SALE are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as Public Trustee Sale No. 2013-0020 follows: Failure to pay principal and inTo Whom It May Concern: On 1/15/2013 terest when due together with all other the undersigned Public Trustee caused payments provided for in the Evidence of the Notice of Election and Demand relatDebt secured by the Deed of Trust and ing to the Deed of Trust described below other violations of the terms thereof. to be recorded in Douglas County. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE Original Grantor: WM. MICHAEL RINNER A FIRST LIEN. AND JANET RINNER The property described herein is all of the Original Beneficiary: AFFILIATED FINANproperty encumbered by the lien of the CIAL GROUP, INC deed of trust. Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: Legal Description of Real Property: CITIMORTGAGE, INC. LOT 86, RIDGEGATE-SECTION 15 FILDate of Deed of Trust (DOT): 1/14/2005 ING NO. 6, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, Recording Date of DOT: 1/21/2005 STATE OF COLORADO. Reception No. of DOT: 2005006406 Which has the address of: 9175 KornDOT Recorded in Douglas County. brust Circle, Lone Tree, CO 80124 Original Principal Amount of Evidence of NOTICE OF SALE Debt: $470,800.00 The current holder of the Evidence of Debt Outstanding Principal Amount as of the secured by the Deed of Trust described date hereof: $467,301.59 herein, has filed written election and dePursuant to C.R.S. §38-38-101 (4) (i), you mand for sale as provided by law and in are hereby notified that the covenants of said Deed of Trust. the deed of trust have been violated as THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given follows: Failure to pay principal and inthat on the first possible sale date (unless terest when due together with all other the sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. Wedpayments provided for in the Evidence of nesday, May 8, 2013, at the Public TrustDebt secured by the Deed of Trust and ee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle other violations of the terms thereof. Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public aucTHE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE tion to the highest and best bidder for A FIRST LIEN. cash, the said real property and all inThe property described herein is all of the terest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs property encumbered by the lien of the and assigns therein, for the purpose of deed of trust. paying the indebtedness provided in said Legal Description of Real Property: Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of LOT 41, HERITAGE HILLS FILING NO. 1Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses H1, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, STATE OF of sale and other items allowed by law, COLORADO. and will deliver to the purchaser a CertificWhich has the address of: 9754 Sunset ate of Purchase, all as provided by law. Hill Drive, Lone Tree, CO 80124 First Publication: 3/14/2013 NOTICE OF SALE Last Publication: 4/11/2013 The current holder of the Evidence of Debt Publisher: Douglas County News Press secured by the Deed of Trust described Dated: 1/16/2013 herein, has filed written election and deGEORGE J KENNEDY mand for sale as provided by law and in DOUGLAS COUNTY Public Trustee said Deed of Trust. The name, address and telephone numTHEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given bers of the attorney(s) representing the that on the first possible sale date (unless legal holder of the indebtedness is: Commissioners Proceedings, 2013 the sale isFebruary continued*) at 10:00 a.m. WedCYNTHIA LOWERY-GRABER nesday, May 8, 2013, at the Public TrustColorado Registration #: 34145 Vendor Name Total Description ee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle 999 18TH STREET SUITE 2201, Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public aucDENVER, COLORADO 80202 1 STOP SERVICE $3,975.16 Equipment & Motor Parts18TH tion to the highest and Vehicle best bidder for Phone #:TIRE (303)& AUTO 865-1400 JUDICIAL DIST VALE FUND 22,233.00 Due to 18th Judicial District-VALE cash, the said real property and all inFax #: (303) 865-1410 terest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs 18TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT JUVENILE Attorney File #: 12-14269 and assigns ASSISTANCE CENTER FORECLOSURE 14,739.29 Grant therein, Distributionfor the purpose of *YOU MAY TRACK paying the indebtedness provided in said SALE DATESLLC on the Public Trustee web402 WILCOX 4,945.58 Building/Land Lease/Rent Evidence of Refunds Debt secured the Deed of site: http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustABBOTT, DAVID 310.63 Fee - Clerk &by Recorder Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses ee/ ABSOLUTE GRAPHICS INC 1,149.77 Clothing & Uniforms of sale and other&items allowed by law, ACE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY 8,784.00 Equipment Motor Vehicle Parts and will deliver to the& purchaser CertificLegal Notice PROPERTY No.: 2013-0019 ADVANCED MAINTENANCE INC 2,276.00 Other Repair MaintenanceaServices ate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 3/14/2013 AECOM USA INC 17,745.00 Roads, Streets, Drainage-Engineering First Publication: 3/14/2013 Last 4/11/2013 AFLPublication: MAINTENANCE GROUP INC 5,663.00 Service Contracts Last Publication: 4/11/2013 Publisher: Douglas County News Press AGFINITY INCORPORATED 1,990.65 Propane Gas Publisher: DouglasProducts County News Press AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES 945.40 Aggregate Dated: AIRVAC SERVICES INC 304.00 1/16/2013 Other Repair & Maintenance Services GEORGEOther J KENNEDY ALCOHOL MONITORING SYSTEMS INC 24,697.42 Professional Services DOUGLAS COUNTY Trustee ALLEN MD PC, PATRICK C 1,121.04 Medical, DentalPublic & Vet Services The name, address and telephone numALLIED ELECTRONICS INC 374.75 Operating Supplies bers of the representing the ALRECO ALUMINUM SURPLUS SUPPLY 483.10 Otherattorney(s) Repair & Maintenance Supplies legal holder the indebtedness is: ALTMAN, CHERYL 2.20 TravelofExpense CYNTHIA LOWERY-GRABER AMAILCO INC 446.88 Service Contracts Colorado Registration #: 34145 AMERICAN DREAM HOME IMPROVEMENT 557.75 Roofing Permit Fees-Refund 999 18THProfessional STREET Memberships SUITE 2201,& Licenses AMERICAN PLANNING ASSOCIATION 2,976.00 DENVER, COLORADO ANDREWS, CAROLYN 57.65 Travel Expense 80202 Phone (303)Repair 865-1400 ANIXTER INC 150.00#:Other & Maintenance Supplies Fax #: (303) 865-1410 ANTHONY, ALISA 347.87 Travel Expense Attorney File #: 11-15143 APDC COLORADO LANGUAGE CONNECTION 277.11 Other Purchased Services *YOU MAY TRACK FORECLOSURE APTITUDE A DIVISION OF HARRIS COMPUTER 8,939.56 Software/Hardware Supplies/MainteSALE DATES on the Public Trustee webnance AQUATIQUE INDUSTRIES INC 50.00 site: http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustFleet Outside RepairsARAPAHOE COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES ee/ 51.50 Other Professional Services ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS HAZ MAT TEAM 10,983.40 Fire/Hazmat Participation Legal Notice No.: 2013-0020 ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS MENTAL HEALTH First Publication: 3/14/2013 NETWORK 16,420.30 Other Purchased Services Last Publication: 4/11/2013 ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS WORKS 2,500.00 Other Professional Services Publisher: Douglas County News Press ARBITRAGE COMPLIANCE SPECIALISTS INC 11,950.00 Other Professional Services ARCHITERRA GROUP, THE 11,401.67 Other Improvements ARROWSMITH, JACK -- PETTY CASH 400.00 Change Funds-Drivers License ASSOCIATION OF STATE FLOODPLAIN MANAGERS INC 440.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses AT CONFERENCE 69.15 Telephone/Communications AT&T MOBILITY 181.24 Cell Phone Service ATKINS NORTH AMERICA 17,284.50 Other Professional Services ATKINS NORTH AMERICA 17,552.50 Roads, Streets, Drainage-Engineering AUTOMATED BUILDING SOLUTIONS 597.50 Service Contracts AWARDS WITH MORE 12.00 Recognition Programs AZTEC CONSULTANTS INC 10,710.00 Arch/Design/Planning BALDRIDGE, SAM 300.00 Other Professional Services BALDWIN, MARY 392.21 Travel Expense BANISTER, BRETT 7.85 Metro Area Meeting Expense BAROFFIO, JAMES R JR 180.00 Other Professional Services BARRELLA, TOM 207.00 Travel Expense BARTON SUPPLY 350.11 Other Construction & Road Maintenance BASF CORPORATION 453.30 Other Construction & Road Maintenance BECHT, NICOLE 90.40 Travel Expense BECKEL PC, LAURIE FOWLER 1,600.00 Conference, Seminar, Training Fees BESTWAY CONCRETE COMPANY 1,056.00 Aggregate Products BEYOND TECHNOLOGY INC 8,527.33 Operating Supplies/Equipment BJORK, PATSY LEE 193.72 Metro Area Meeting Expense BLACK & VEATCH CORPORATION 1,967.00 Other Professional Services BLACK HILLS ENERGY 46,889.25 Utilities BOB BARKER COMPANY 285.48 Operating Supplies/Equipment BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES LLC 1,376.81 Equipment & Motor Vehicle Parts BOBCAT OF THE ROCKIES LLC 59.55 Other Construction & Road Maintenance BOHNE, HENRY 550.00 Other Professional Services BOKOSKI PRODUCTIONS 225.00 Other Professional Services BRITE, CHRISTINE 355.00 Travel Expense BROUGHTON, SUSAN 194.45 Travel Expense BROWN, GARY FOR ANDREA MINKS 300.00 Security Deposit Refund-Fairground BURNS FIGA & WILL PC 60.00 Legal Services BUSINESS INK COMPANY 67.00 Printing/Copying/Reports CALEA-COMMISSION ACCREDITATION FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES 2,850.00 Other Professional Services CAPITOL CAPITAL PARTNERS LLC 7,000.00 Other Professional Services CAPSTONE GROUP LLC 29,000.00 Other Professional Services CARNAHAN, PEGGY ANN 5,016.25 Other Professional Services CASI ASPHALT & CONCRETE 1,905.00 Asphalt & Asphalt Filler CASTER, KIM 1,348.00 Other Professional Services CASTLE PINES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 186.00 Metro Area Meeting Expense CASTLE ROCK BANK 11.00 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder CASTLE ROCK ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL 20,000.00 Other Professional Services CASTLE ROCK PRINTING & BUSINESS SUPPLIES 39.75 Operating Supplies/Equipment CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER 7,144.20 New Freedom Grant Distribution 4Q ‘12 CASTLE ROCK SENIOR CENTER 7,028.00 Other Purchased Services CASTLETON CENTER WATER & SANITATION 262.00 Water & Sewer CATALANO-TUDOR, DEDRIA R 70.20 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder CATCO CLEAN AIR TRANSIT COMPANY 6,910.63 JARC Grant Distribution
CITIMORTGAGE, INC. Date of Deed of Trust (DOT): 1/14/2005 Recording Date of DOT: 1/21/2005 Reception No. of DOT: 2005006406 DOT Recorded in Douglas County. Original Principal Amount of Evidence of Debt: $470,800.00 Outstanding Principal Amount as of the date hereof: $467,301.59 Pursuant to C.R.S. §38-38-101 (4) (i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: Failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust and other violations of the terms thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. The property described herein is all of the property encumbered by the lien of the deed of trust. Legal Description of Real Property: LOT 41, HERITAGE HILLS FILING NO. 1H1, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, STATE OF COLORADO. Which has the address of: 9754 Sunset Hill Drive, Lone Tree, CO 80124 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust described herein, has filed written election and demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that on the first possible sale date (unless the sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at the Public Trustee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will deliver to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 3/14/2013 Last Publication: 4/11/2013 Publisher: Douglas County News Press Dated: 1/16/2013 GEORGE J KENNEDY DOUGLAS COUNTY Public Trustee The name, address and telephone numbers of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: CYNTHIA LOWERY-GRABER Colorado Registration #: 34145 999 18TH STREET SUITE 2201, DENVER, COLORADO 80202 Phone #: (303) 865-1400 Fax #: (303) 865-1410 Attorney File #: 11-15143 *YOU MAY TRACK FORECLOSURE SALE DATES on the Public Trustee website: http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustee/
26-Color PUBLIC NOTICE Lone Tree NOTICE OF SALE
Public Trustee Sale No. 2013-0035 To Whom It May Concern: On 1/17/2013 the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in Douglas County. Original Grantor: LTPM5, LLC Original Beneficiary: FIRST COMMUNITY BANK Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Date of Deed of Trust (DOT): 1/18/2007 Recording Date of DOT: 1/30/2007 Reception No. of DOT: 2007008882 DOT Recorded in Douglas County. Original Principal Amount of Evidence of Debt: $12,384,291.31 Outstanding Principal Amount as of the date hereof: $2,600,000.00 Pursuant to C.R.S. §38-38-101 (4) (i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: including, but not limited to, the failure to make timely monthly payments, failure to pay all amounts due and owing at the time of maturity as required under said Deed of Trust and the Evidence of Debt secured thereby. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. The property described herein is all of the property encumbered by the lien of the deed of trust. Legal Description of Real Property: LOT 14C-1, PARK MEADOWS FILING NO. 2, 7TH AMENDMENT, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, STATE OF COLORADO TOGETHER WITH all existing or subsequently erected or affixed buildings, improvements and fixtures; all easements, rights of way, and appurtenances; all water, water rights and ditch rights (including stock in utilities with ditch or irrigation rights); and all other rights, royalties, and profits relating to the real property, including without limitation all mineral, oil, gas, geothermal and similar matters. Which has the address of: 9980 Park Meadows Drive, Lone Tree, CO 80124 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust described herein, has filed written election and demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that on the first possible sale date (unless the sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. WedLegal Notice No.: 2013-0020 nesday, May 8, 2013, at the Public TrustFirst Publication: 3/14/2013 ee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle Last Publication: 4/11/2013 Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public aucPublisher: Douglas County News Press tion to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs PUBLIC NOTICE and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Lone Tree Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of NOTICE OF SALE Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, Public Trustee Sale No. 2013-0035 and will deliver to the purchaser a CertificTo Whom It May Concern: On 1/17/2013 ate of Purchase, all as provided by law. the undersigned Public Trustee caused First Publication: 3/14/2013 the Notice of Election and Demand relatLast Publication: 4/11/2013 ing to the Deed of Trust described below Publisher: Douglas County News Press to be recorded in Douglas County. Dated: 1/18/2013 Original Grantor: LTPM5, LLC GEORGE J KENNEDY Original Beneficiary: FIRST COMMUNITY DOUGLAS COUNTY Public Trustee BANK The name, address and telephone numCurrent Holder of Evidence of Debt: U.S. bers of the attorney(s) representing the BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION legal holder of the indebtedness is: Date of Deed of Trust (DOT): 1/18/2007 THOMAS L. DEVINE Recording Date of DOT: 1/30/2007 Colorado Registration #: 22758 Reception No. of DOT: 2007008882 3200 WELLS FARGO CENTER 1700 LINDOT Recorded in Douglas County. COLN STREET, Original Principal Amount of Evidence of DENVER, COLORADO 80203-4532 Debt: $12,384,291.31 Phone #: (303) 607-3500 Outstanding Principal Amount as of the Fax #: date hereof: $2,600,000.00 Attorney File #: LTPM5, LLC Pursuant to C.R.S. §38-38-101 (4) (i), you *YOU MAY TRACK FORECLOSURE are hereby notified that the covenants of Public Notice SALE DATES on the Public Trustee webthe deed of trust have been violated as site: http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustCAWTHERN, DIANTHEbut EDLYN 213.49 Travel Expense follows: including, not limited to, the ee/ CBM FOOD SERVICE INCmonthly payments, 10,775.64 Inmate Meals failure to make timely CCMSI to pay all amounts due and owing 1,583.33 ReviewNo.: Fees2013-0035 failure Legal Notice CCMSI Workers Compensation at the time of maturity as required under 61,120.61 First Publication: 3/14/2013 Claims CCNCDeed CONSOLIDATED COMMUN NETWORKof 105.00 Computer Supplies said of Trust and the Evidence Last Publication: 4/11/2013 CENTURY LINK thereby. 4,139.74 Telephone/Communications Debt secured Publisher: Douglas County News Press CERTIFIED SERVICES INCNOT BE 279.88 Office Supplies THE LIEN BUSINESS FORECLOSED MAY CGAIT ORGANIZATION 2,500.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses A FIRST LIEN. CITY property OF AURORA The described herein is all of the 4,465.62 Due to Aurora - MV License Fees CITY OF CASTLE PINES by the lien of the 83,001.49 Due to Castle Pines Auto Use Tax property encumbered CITY OF CASTLE 3,332.00 Due to Castle Pines MV License Fees deed of trust. PINES CITY OF LITTLETONof Real Property: 32.00 Due to Littleton-MV License Fees Legal Description CITY OF LONE PARK TREE MEADOWS FILING 3,499.50 Due to Lone Tree-MV License Fees LOT 14C-1, CITY 2, OF7TH LONEAMENDMENT, TREE NO. COUNTY OF 159,130.61 Intergovernmental-Lone Tree CLANTON, PAUL 184.60 Travel Expense DOUGLAS, STATE OF COLORADO CLARK, PETE WITH all existing or sub3.30 Travel Expense TOGETHER CODA CONSTRUCTION GROUPbuildings, LLC 352.79 Plan Checking Fees-Refund sequently erected or affixed imCOLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOCIATION 85.00 Conference, Seminar, Training Fees provements and fixtures; all easements, rights of way, and appurtenances; waCOLORADO ASSOCIATION OF PRETRIALall SERVICES 160.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses ter, water rights ditch rights (including COLORADO CODEand CONSULTING LLC 750.00 New Elevator Installations stock in utilities with ditch&or irrigation 5,000.00 Other Professional Services COLORADO COMMUNICATION UTILITY rights); andCOMMUNITY all other rights, royalties, and 5,998.11 Newspaper Notices/Advertising COLORADO MEDIA profits relating to the realOF property, COLORADO DEPARTMENT HEALTHincluding without limitation all mineral, oil, gas, & ENVIRONMENT 147.00 Due to State-PH Marriage License geothermal and similar OF matters. COLORADO DEPARTMENT HUMAN SERVICES 24,040.00 Due to State-CO TBI Trust Which hasDEPARTMENT the addressOFof: 9980SERVICES Park COLORADO HUMAN 980.00 Due to State-HS Marriage License Meadows Lone Tree, CO 80124 COLORADODrive, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH 1,465.00 Medical, Dental & Vet Services NOTICE OFDEPARTMENT SALE COLORADO OF PUBLIC HEALTH The current holder of the Evidence of Debt 1,000.00 Waste Disposal Services & ENVIRONMENT secured byDEPARTMENT the Deed of OF Trust described COLORADO PUBLIC SAFETY 16,387.00 Due to CBI - Concealed Handgun Fee herein, hasDEPARTMENT filed written OF election and deCOLORADO REVENUE 700.00 Due to State - Handicap Park Fines mand for sale as provided by law and in2,291,079.26 Due to State - MV License Fees COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE said Deed of Trust. COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 19,939.60 Due to State -Drivers License Fee THEREFORE, NoticeOF IsTRANSPORTATION Hereby Given 41,752.55 State-CDOT COLORADO DEPARTMENT that on the first possible salePREVENTION date (unless COLORADO DIVISION OF FIRE the sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. Wed- 75,721.16 Fire/Hazmat Participation & CONTROL nesday, May 8, 2013, at COLORADO DOORWAYS INCthe Public Trust- 1,865.00 Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies ee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle COLORADO INTERACTIVE 197.19 Miscellaneous Revenues Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public aucCOLORADO JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT 5.00 Due to State - Family Friendly Court tion to the highest and best bidder for 89,815.97 Fuel Charges COLORADO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS COMPANY cash, the said real and all inCOLORADO POLICE K-9property ASSOCIATION 160.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses terest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs COLORADO PURE LLC 199.92 Service Contracts and assigns therein, for the purpose of COLORADO STATE ARCHIVES 10.00 Other Professional Services paying the indebtedness provided in said COLORADO STATE TREASURER 26,419.60 Unemployment Claims Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of COLORADO WING CIVIL AIR PATROL 10,755.94 Other Purchased Services Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses COMPUTRONIX INC items allowed by law, 119,775.00 Other Professional Services of sale and other CONCRETE WORKS OFpurchaser COLORADOaINC and will deliver to the Certific- 201,802.78 Roads, Streets, Drainage-Construction CONOVER, KARENall as provided by law. 95.88 Travel Expense ate of Purchase, CONTINUUM OF COLORADO 10,000.00 Other Professional Services First Publication: 3/14/2013 COOK, MELISSA CHRISTINE 155.67 Travel Expense Last Publication: 4/11/2013 COPYCO QUALITY PRINTING INC Press 775.21 Printing/Copying/Reports Publisher: Douglas County News CORRECTIONAL HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT 233,550.09 Medical, Dental & Vet Services Dated: 1/18/2013 COSTAR REALTY INFORMATION INC 3,825.00 Software/Hardware Supplies/Maintenance GEORGE J KENNEDY CRAFCO INCCOUNTY Public Trustee 23,882.86 Asphalt & Asphalt Filler DOUGLAS CRIDER & COMPANY 257.08 Operating Supplies The name, addressLTD and telephone numCRONCE, SHAWN 603.50 Travel Expense bers of the attorney(s) representing the CULLIGAN 10.00 Operating Supplies/Equipment legal holder of the indebtedness is: CUMMINS NURSERY 596.50 Operating Supplies THOMAS L. DEVINE CUMMINS Registration ROCKY MOUNTAIN LLC 2,370.72 Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies Colorado #: 22758 CUMMINS, ANDREA 49.35 Travel Expense 3200 WELLS FARGO CENTER 1700 LINCUNNINGHAM, DWIGHT 9,757.13 Other Professional Services COLN STREET, DAVID E ARCHER & ASSOCIATES INC 2,440.00 Other Professional Services DENVER, COLORADO 80203-4532 DAVIDSON FIXED607-3500 INCOME MANAGEMENT 5,833.34 Accounting & Financial Services Phone #: (303) DAVIS, 4,770.38 Other Professional Services Fax #: KELLI NEWTON DE FIELDS, ALMA ELIZALDE 100.00 Other Purchased Services Attorney File #: LTPM5, LLC DEETREMAY EMPLOYERS CREDIT UNION 15.00 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder *YOU TRACK FORECLOSURE DEIGHTON ASSOCIATES LIMITED SALE DATES on the Public Trustee web- 19,150.00 Roads, Streets, Drainage-Engineering DELLhttp://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustMARKETING LP 107.39 Computer Supplies site: DENOVO VENTURES LLC 465.00 Other Professional Services ee/ DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL 90.00 Books & Subscription Legal Notice No.: 2013-0035 DENVER SOUTH TRANSPORTATION 20,990.00 Other Professional Services First Publication: 3/14/2013 DENVER WATER 35.89 Water & Sewer Last Publication: 4/11/2013 DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS INC 62,132.36 Other Professional Services Publisher: CountyLLC News Press DEWBERRYDouglas CONSULTANTS 6,773.55 Other Professional Services DISCOVER GOODWILL 6,775.14 Other Professional Services DISTRICT ATTORNEY 517,267.00 Legal Services DOUGLAS COUNTY EMERGENCY TELEPHONE SERVICE 1,006.38 Computer-Related DOUGLAS COUNTY FIRE CHIEFS 75.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses DOUGLAS COUNTY HOUSING PARTNERSHIP 60,000.00 2013 Member Assessment DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT 7,589.08 Title 1 Forest Service Shareback DOUGLAS COUNTY TEMPORARY SERVICES INC 181.13 Other Professional Services DOUGLAS ELBERT COUNTY HORSE COUNCIL 15.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses DOUGLAS LAND CONSERVANCY 47,960.00 Other Professional Services DRAINO ROOTER 200.00 Driveway & Street Cut Permits-Refund DRAKE, BARBARA 390.50 Travel Expense DUMB FRIENDS LEAGUE 12,285.00 Other Purchased Services DUNNAWAY, KELLY 284.00 Travel Expense E-470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY 194,826.00 Due to E-470 Authority E-470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY 7,640.23 Due to State-E470 Road Fees EIDE BAILLY LLP 50,700.00 Accounting & Financial Services
THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that on the first possible sale date (unless the sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at the Public Trustee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will deliver to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 3/14/2013 Last Publication: 4/11/2013 Publisher: Douglas County News Press Dated: 1/18/2013 GEORGE J KENNEDY DOUGLAS COUNTY Public Trustee The name, address and telephone numbers of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: THOMAS L. DEVINE Colorado Registration #: 22758 3200 WELLS FARGO CENTER 1700 LINCOLN STREET, DENVER, COLORADO 80203-4532 Phone #: (303) 607-3500 Fax #: Attorney File #: LTPM5, LLC *YOU MAY TRACK FORECLOSURE SALE DATES on the Public Trustee website: http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustee/
Legal Notice No.: 2013-0035 First Publication: 3/14/2013 Last Publication: 4/11/2013 Publisher: Douglas County News Press PUBLIC NOTICE Lone Tree NOTICE OF SALE
Reception No. of DOT: 2003132146 DOT Recorded in Douglas County. Original Principal Amount of Evidence of Debt: $664,000.00 Outstanding Principal Amount as of the date hereof: $545,793.13 Pursuant to C.R.S. §38-38-101 (4) (i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: Failure to pay principal and interest when due together with all other payments provided for in the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust and other violations of the terms thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. The property described herein is all of the property encumbered by the lien of the deed of trust. Legal Description of Real Property: LOT 146, CARRIAGE CLUB ESTATES FILING NO. 1, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, STATE OF COLORADO. Which has the address of: 10586 Dacre Place, Lone Tree, CO 80124 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust described herein, has filed written election and demand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given that on the first possible sale date (unless the sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, May 15, 2013, at the Public Trustee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, Colorado, I will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all interest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of paying the indebtedness provided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses of sale and other items allowed by law, and will deliver to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as provided by law. First Publication: 3/21/2013 Last Publication: 4/18/2013 Publisher: Douglas County News Press Dated: 1/25/2013 GEORGE J KENNEDY DOUGLAS COUNTY Public Trustee The name, address and telephone numbers of the attorney(s) representing the legal holder of the indebtedness is: LISA CANCANON Colorado Registration #: 42043 1199 BANNOCK STREET , DENVER, COLORADO 80204 Phone #: (303) 813-1177 Fax #: (303) 813-1107 Attorney File #: 9105.05261 *YOU MAY TRACK FORECLOSURE SALE DATES on the Public Trustee website: http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrustee/
March 21, 2013
Public Trustee Sale No. 2013-0042 To Whom It May Concern: On 1/24/2013 the undersigned Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust described below to be recorded in Douglas County. Original Grantor: MICHAEL M. NORINS AND CINDY L. NORINS Original Beneficiary: WELLS FARGO HOME MORTGAGE, INC. Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE, SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR WELLS FARGO ASSET SECURITIES CORPORATION, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-AR11 Date of Deed of Trust (DOT): 8/29/2003 Recording Date of DOT: 9/3/2003 Legal Notice No.: 2013-0042 Reception No. of DOT: 2003132146 First Publication: 3/21/2013 DOT Recorded in Douglas County. Last Publication: 4/18/2013 Original Principal Amount of Evidence of Publisher: Douglas County News Press Debt: $664,000.00 Outstanding Principal Amount as of the date hereof: $545,793.13 Pursuant to C.R.S. §38-38-101 (4) (i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: Failure to pay principal and inPublic Notice terest when due together with all other payments provided for in the Evidence of NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL Debt secured by the Deed of Trust and ESTATE AT TAX LIEN SALE AND other violations of the terms thereof. OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE OF TREASURER’S DEED A FIRST LIEN. The property described herein is all of the To Every Person in Actual Possession or property encumbered by the lien of the Occupancy of the hereinafter Described deed of trust. Legal Description of Real Property: Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person LOT 146, CARRIAGE CLUB ESTATES in Whose Name the Same was Taxed or FILING NO. 1, COUNTY OF DOUGLAS, Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or STATE OF COLORADO. to the said Premises and To Whom It May Which has the address of: 10586 Dacre Concern, and more especially to: Place, Lone Tree, CO 80124 NOTICE OF SALE OCCUPANT - Diane K Baldridge as AttorThe current holder of the Evidence of Debt ney in Fact For Ginette B Poitevent - Disecured by the Deed of Trust described ane K Baldridge for Ginette B Poitevent as herein, has filed written election and deher Attorney in Fact - Ginette B Poitevent mand for sale as provided by law and in - IndyMac Bank FSB, a Federally said Deed of Trust. Chartered Savings Bank - IndyMac Home THEREFORE, Notice Is Hereby Given Loan Servicing aka IndyMac Bank, F.S.B. that on the first possible sale date (unless - IndyMac Home Loan Servicing aka Inthe sale is continued*) at 10:00 a.m. WeddyMac Bank, F.S.B. c/o Document Mannesday, May 15, 2013, at the Public agement - Mark W Furnish - Mortgage Trustee’s office, 402 Wilcox Street, Castle EMBASSY SUITES HOTEL Instructor Travel Electronic Registration Systems Inc aka Rock, Colorado, I will DENVER sell at public auc- 105.00 EMBASSY SUITES HOTEL DENVER Travel MERSStudent - Public Trustee of Douglas - Setion to the highest and best bidder for 2,100.00 EMPLOYERS COUNCIL 75.00 Costs curity Recruitment Title - Tom & Rhonda Hansch cash, the said realSERVICES property INC and all inEMU CONSULTING terest of said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)’ heirs 1,941.81 Other Training Services ENDPOINT DIRECT Postage & Delivery You and each of you Services are hereby notified and assigns therein, for the purpose of 3,500.00 ENGINUITY SOLUTIONS Roads, Drainage-Engineering that on the Streets, 12th day of November 2009 paying theENGINEERING indebtedness provided LLC in said 3,275.00 ENTERPRISE Travel Expense the then County Treasurer of the County Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of 471.37 ENTERSECT Software/Hardware Supplies/Maintenance of Douglas, in the State of Colorado, sold Trust, plus attorneys’ fees, the expenses 158.00 ENVISION NETWORKS INC allowed by law, 2,230.00 Software/Hardware at public tax lien saleSupplies/Maintenance to Tom & Rhonda of sale and other items ERICKSON, KARIEto the purchaser a Certific- 422.94 Travel Hansch theExpense following described real esand will deliver ESTABROOK, JOEL all as provided by law. 13.80 Travel Expense tate situate in the County of Douglas, ate of Purchase, EVANS, SANDRA A 3/21/2013 7,489.25 Professionalto Services State Other of Colorado, wit: First Publication: FAST, 365.30 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder Last CHRISTOPHER Publication: 4/18/2013 FASTENAL 89.69 Other Repair Maintenance Supplies GARAGE UNIT& 87 CASTLE VILLAS Publisher:COMPANY Douglas County News Press FEDEX 114.09 PostageTHIRD & Delivery Services CONDOS SUPPLEMENT TO Dated: 1/25/2013 FELSBURG, AND ULLEVIG 4,096.87 Bridges - Engineering GEORGE HOLT J KENNEDY CONDO MAP RELATED CONDO UNIT FELSBURG, AND ULLEVIG 26,372.61 Roads, Streets, Drainage-Engineering DOUGLASHOLT COUNTY Public Trustee D33 ON PARCEL 0428925 FILE SERVEXPRESS 45.92 Legal Services The& name, addressLLC and telephone numand County Treasurer issued a certibers of the FLATLAND, LOUattorney(s) representing the 1.44 said Travel Expense ficateTravel of purchase legal DARLENE holder ofKAY the indebtedness is: FLYNT, 27.12 Expense therefore to Tom & Rhonda Hansch. That said tax lien sale LISA CANCANON 3,072.00 Other Training Services FOOTPRINTS CONSULTING & TRNG was made to satisfy Colorado TRUTH Registration 42043 FORENSIC GROUP#:LLC 1,260.00 Recruitment Coststhe delinquent taxes assessed against said real estate for the 1199 BANNOCK STREET FORRESTER RESEARCH INC , 37,170.00 Support & Maintenance year 2008; That&said real estate was taxed DENVER, COLORADO FOSSIL INDUSTRIES INC 80204 2,556.00 Sign Parts Supplies or specially assessed in the name(s) of Phone #:LIZ (303) 813-1177 FOWLER, 22.77 Travel Expense Mark W Furnish for&said year 2008.That a Fax #: (303)ANIMAL 813-1107 FRANKTOWN CLINIC PC 828.86 Medical, Dental Vet Services Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said Attorney FileFRANK #: 9105.05261 FREDERICKS, 304.88 Travel Expense real estate to the said& Recorder Tom & Rhonda *YOU MAY TRACK FORECLOSURE 291.16 FREEMAN, SHELDON Fee Refunds - Clerk Hansch at 1:00&o’clock P.M.,Parts on the 20th SALE RANGE DATESTIRE on the PublicINC Trustee web- 132.00 FRONT RECYCLE Equipment Motor Vehicle day ofClothing June &2013, unless the same has site:SERVICES http://www.douglas.co.us/publictrust- 1,661.92 G&K Uniforms been redeemed. Said property may be reee/ GABRIEL, BILLY 100.00 Clothing & Uniforms deemed from said sale at any time prior to GAGEN, DANIELLE LEIGH 1,102.69 Travel Expense the actual execution Legal Notice No.: 2013-0042 GALLAGHER BENEFIT SERVICES INC 14,750.00 Consulting Fees of said Treasurer’s Deed.Service Witness my hand this 26th day of First Publication: 3/21/2013 GARDA CL NORTHWEST INC 2,071.33 Contracts February 2013. Memberships & Licenses Last Publication: 4/18/2013 GARRETT, RICH 70.00 Professional Publisher: Douglas County News Press GAYLORD BROTHERS INC 44.54 Office Supplies /s/ Diane A. Holbert GENERAL BINDING CORPORATION 403.66 Operating Supplies County Treasurer of Douglas GILPIN COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE 37.16 Other Purchased Services County GOODLAND CONSTRUCTION INC 51,858.03 Roads, Streets, Drainage-Construction Legal Notice No.: 921236 GORMAN, THOMAS J 787.28 Travel Expense First Publication: March 7, 2013 GORMAN, THOMAS J 14,006.88 Other Professional Services Last Publication: March 21, 2013 GOVCONNECTION INC 1,658.69 Operating Supplies/Equipment Publisher: Douglas County News-Press GRAINGER 625.62 Operating Supplies/Equipment
GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY INC GROUND ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS INC H R MEININGER COMPANY HAMILTON, D H HARBISON EQUIPMENT REPAIR INC HARRIS, JULIE A HARTSON ENTERPRISES INC HASZ, MARY KAY HAULAWAY STORAGE CONTAINERS HEPWORTH-PAWLAK GEOTECHNICAL HERRING, MICHELLE HICKS, JEANETTE (PETTY CASH) HIEBERT, DALE HIGH PLAINS CATTLE SUPPLY LLC HIGHLANDS RANCH LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING FACILITY HIGHLANDS RANCH METRO DISTRICTS HILL, ROGER L HODITS, SARAH HOLBERT, DIANE HOLLOWAY, CLAY HOLMES, WENDY HORIZON LABORATORY LLC HOSPITAL COURIERS CORPORATION INC HOSPITAL SHARED SERVICES HUMANE SOCIETY OF PIKES PEAK HUNTER + GEIST INC I GOT HIT LLC DBA CRASH DATA GROUP IALEIA/LEIU FIAT ICENOGLE SEAVER POGUE PC ICON ENGINEERING INC ID EDGE INC IDEAL FENCING CORPORATION IDEAL IMAGE PRINTING IDENTIX INCORPORATED INFORMATION SYSTEMS CORPORATION INFORMATION SYSTEMS CORPORATION INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE IREA J GARDNER & ASSOCIATES LLC J P MORGAN CHASE BANK JACOBS, LINDA JASPER CONTRACTORS INC
141,190.75 36,000.00 330.82 40.00 1,801.61 30.00 1,440.00 1.10 77.50 458.25 74.45 182.20 14.48 4,786.17
Other Equipment Other Professional Services Office Supplies Other Professional Services Repairs-Equipment/Motor Vehicle Clothing & Uniforms Operating Supplies/Equipment Travel Expense Other Professional Services Roads, Streets, Drainage-Engineering Employee Recognition Supplies Travel Expense/Office Supplies Travel Expense Operating Supplies
68,850.00 859.52 162.15 140.78 30.85 207.97 497.00 2,147.00 800.54 12,066.52 31,808.33 31.80 2,100.00 1,800.00 9,580.50 7,786.15 202.30 5,345.00 802.50 17,907.00 31,073.27 194,950.12 121,027.17
Range Fees Water & Sewer Travel Expense Travel Expense Travel Expense Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder Travel Expense Forensic Testing Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder Security Services Animal Control Services Legal Services Computer Supplies Conference, Seminar, Training Fees Legal Services Other Professional Services Operating Supplies/Equipment Other Purchased Services Printing/Copying/Reports Software/Hardware Supplies/Maintenance Computer Equipment Support & Maintenance Support & Maintenance
240.00 121,258.48 400.00 345,247.97
Professional Memberships & Licenses Utilities Community Program Supplies Purchasing Card Transactions 12/05/12-01/04/13 447.00 Tuition Reimbursement 279.25 Roofing Permit Fees-Refund
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Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the Same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to:
March 21, 2013
OCCUPANT - Diane K Baldridge as Attorney in Fact For Ginette B Poitevent - Diane K Baldridge for Ginette B Poitevent as her Attorney in Fact - Ginette B Poitevent - IndyMac Bank FSB, a Federally Chartered Savings Bank - IndyMac Home Loan Servicing aka IndyMac Bank, F.S.B. - IndyMac Home Loan Servicing aka IndyMac Bank, F.S.B. c/o Document Management - Mark W Furnish - Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Inc aka MERS - Public Trustee of Douglas - Security Title - Tom & Rhonda Hansch
You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 12th day of November 2009 the then County Treasurer of the County of Douglas, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to Tom & Rhonda Hansch the following described real estate situate in the County of Douglas, State of Colorado, to wit: GARAGE UNIT 87 CASTLE VILLAS CONDOS THIRD SUPPLEMENT TO CONDO MAP RELATED CONDO UNIT D33 ON PARCEL 0428925 and said County Treasurer issued a certificate of purchase therefore to Tom & Rhonda Hansch. That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent taxes assessed against said real estate for the year 2008; That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of Mark W Furnish for said year 2008.That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said Tom & Rhonda Hansch at 1:00 o’clock P.M., on the 20th day of June 2013, unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my hand this 26th day of February 2013. Public Notice
/s/ Diane A. Holbert REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) County Treasurer of Douglas County NO. 011-13 GEOTECHNICAL AND MATERIAL TESTLegal Notice No.: 921236 ING SERVICES THE DETENTION First Publication:FOR March 7, 2013 CENTER DESIGN/BUILD Last Publication: March 21,PROJECT 2013 Publisher: Douglas County News-Press The Department of Facilities, Fleet and Emergency Support Services in conjunction with the Sheriff’s Office of Douglas County Government, hereinafter referred to as the County, respectfully requests proposals from professional, highly-qualified firms for geotechnical and material testing services associated with the construction of the Robert A. Christensen Justice Center Detention Facility Expansion Project. This project
Rules of Civil Procedure, and Section 19-3 -503, C.R.S. 2011.
CONDO MAP RELATED CONDO UNIT D33 ON PARCEL 0428925 and said County Treasurer issued a certificate of purchase therefore to Tom & Rhonda Hansch. That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent taxes assessed against said real estate for the year 2008; That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of Mark W Furnish for said year 2008.That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said Tom & Rhonda Hansch at 1:00 o’clock P.M., on the 20th day of June 2013, unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my hand this 26th day of February 2013.
/s/ Diane A. Holbert County Treasurer of Douglas County Legal Notice No.: 921236 First Publication: March 7, 2013 Last Publication: March 21, 2013 Publisher: Douglas County News-Press Public Notice District Court, Douglas County, Colorado Court Address: 4000 Justice Way Castle Rock, CO 80109 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO In the interest of: JORDYN WATKINS, D.O.B. 08/27/2009, A Child and Concerning JAELYN WATKINS, Mother And DEWEY ANTHONY SIMMS, D.O.B. 11/24/1986 and JOHN DOE, Father, Respondents, and KEISHA WATKINS, Maternal Grandmother, Special Respondent.
Attorney for Department: John Thirkell includes three major elements: (1) parking 4400 Castleton Ct. existing parking that structure replacing Castle Rock, CO by 80109 will be displaced the construction; (2) a Phone Number: 303-663-7726 new medical facility; and (3) renovation of FAX Number: 303-688-5894 some of the existing facilities. Atty. Reg.#: 13865 The RFP documents may be reviewed Case 12JV257 * Division 2 and/orNumber: printed from the Rocky Mountain DEPENDENCY SUMMONS E-Purchasing System website at www. rockymountainbidsystem.com. The RFPto This Summons is initiated pursuant documents available for purchase Rule 2.2 of are the not Colorado Rules of Juvenfrom Douglas County Government and ile Procedure, Rule 4 of the Colorado can only be accessed from theSection above-19-3 Rules of Civil Procedure, and mentioned website. -503, C.R.S. 2011.
Proposal T O T H Eresponses R E S P Owill N Dbe E Nreceived T S N Auntil MED 3:00 p.m. on Monday, April 8, 2013 by ABOVE: You are hereby notified that a Douglas County Government, petition has been filed which Finance alleges that Department, Purchasing 100 or the above-named child Division, is dependent neglected as per the facts set forth in the Dependency and Neglect Petition, a copy of which may be obtained at the office of John Thirkell, at the above address. A Continued From Last Page 926253 andhearing 926254has been set for April 1, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. in Division 2, Douglas County District Court, 4000 Justice Way, Castle JAY DEE CLEANING & RESTORATION INC 4,842.00 Major Maintenance Repair Projects Rock, 80109.Services JEFFERSON COUNTY HUMAN SERVICE 118.09Colorado, Other Professional JOACHIM, MICHAEL 207.00 Travel Expense Your presence court JOHN DEERE COMPANY 2,916.00 Equipmentbefore & Motor this Vehicle Partsis required toOther defend against the claims in this JOHN DEERE COMPANY 32,952.45 Machinery & Equipment petition. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR, THE JOHNSON, CHERYL LYNN 376.53 Travel Expense COURT WILLExpense PROCEED IN YOUR ABJOHNSON, KRISTINE 397.64 Travel SENCE,Recruitment WITHOUR FURTHER NOTICE, JORDAN PHD, KENYON P 2,090.00 Costs TO CONDUCT AN ADJUDICATORY JULIAN, JOE 310.38 Travel Expense HEARING AND Supplies MAY ENTER A JUDGKEN CARYL GLASS INC 557.85 Operating MENT BY DEFAULT THEREBY ADJUKENNEDY - COLORADO LLC 11,672.92 Building/Land Lease/Rent DICATING YOUR CHILD AS A DEPENDKING, THOMAS 76.00 Books & Subscription ENT OROther NEGLECTED CHILD AND/OR KRITEK LLC 1,467.44 Professional Services GRANTING ALLOCATION OF PARKRUG, SHANNON LEIGH 285.89 TravelAN Expense E N T A LRoads, RES P O NDrainage-Engineering SIBILITIES TO KUMAR AND ASSOCIATES INC 10,548.25 Streets, SOMEONE LEGAL L G EVERIST INC 20,758.43 Salt &ELSE Other (PERMANENT Ice Removal CUSTODY AND DECISION-MAKING AULA PLATA COUNTY DA 9.48 Other Purchased Services THORITY). LABORATORY CORPORATION OF AMERICA 342.00 Other Professional Services LANGREN, BILL 169.63 Catered Meal Service You haveTravel the right to request a trial by jury LARSON, ALEXANDER 260.52 Expense at the adjudicatory stage of this petition. LARSON, CARL 2,528.25 Other Professional Services You alsoCopier have Charges the right to legal representLEASE GROUP RESOURCES INC 4,163.89 ation at every stage of the proceedings by LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES INC 2,559.58 Office Supplies counsel Software/Hardware of your own choosing, or if you LEWAN AND ASSOCIATES INC 23,204.13 Supplies/Maintenance are without sufficient financial means, apLEXISNEXIS RISK DATA 400.45 Other Purchased Services pointment of counsel by the Court. TerLEXISNEXIS RISK DATA 666.05 Software/Hardware Supplies/Maintenance mination of your parent-child legal relaLIGHT, KELLY & DAWES PC 262.50 Legal Services tionship to free your child for adoption is a LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING SYSTEMS 4,420.08 VehicleIf that possible Repairs-Equipment/Motor remedy in this proceeding. LINCOLN STATION METRO DISTRICT 523.69 Sales Tax Proceeds-December 2012 remedy is pursued, you are entitled to a LITTLETON HOSPITAL 147.78 Medical, Dental & Vet Services hearing before a Judge. You also have LONG, HEATHER 5,304.47 Other Professional Services the right, if you are indigent, to have the LOSS PREVENTION TECHNOLOGIES 698.70appoint, Other Repair Maintenance Court at no& expense to Services you, one LOUVIERS WATER & SANITATION 509.28 witness Water & Sewer expert of your own choosing at LSI RETAIL II LLC 837.97 Building/Land Lease/Rent any hearing on the termination of your LVW ELECTRONICS 394.00 Other Repair & Maintenance Services parent-child relationship. If you are a LYLE SIGNS INC 400.00 you Signhave Parts the & Supplies minor, right to the appointLYTLE WATER SOLUTIONS LLC 1,095.00 Professional Services ment of Other a Guardian ad litem to represent MACDONALD EQUIPMENT COMPANY 11,187.94 & Motor Vehicle Parts your bestEquipment interests. MAKELKY, DAN 80.46 Travel Expense MARK VII EQUIPMENT INC 129.99 Other Maintenance Services You have theRepair right& to have this matter MARK VII EQUIPMENT INC 1,302.08 Repaircourt & Maintenance Supplies heard byOther a district judge rather than MARTIN, ALLEN R 250.00 Conference, Seminar, Training Feesthat by the magistrate. You may waive MARTIN, BARBARA L 61.06and Travel Expense right, in doing so, you will be bound MARX, CHELSEA BRANDON 6,231.08 Other Professional Services by the findings and recommendations of MATTHEWS, STEVEN AND NORA Fee Refundssubject - Clerk & to Recorder the80.77 magistrate, review as MAXWELL, DAVID 300.00 Other Professional Services C.R.S. provided by sec. 19-1-108(5.5), MCAFEE INC 12,240.00 Support & Maintenance 2012, and subsequently, to the right of apMCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES, THE 187.25 Notices/Advertising peal as Newspaper provided by Colorado Appellate MEDICAL ARTS PRESS 295.00 Office Supplies Rule 3.4. MEDINA, ERIC 477.86 Travel Expense MEYER, ELAINE 25.00 Conference, Seminar,initiated Training Fees This summons is being by the MIDWEST SURVEILLANCE.COM 15,593.95 Equipment DouglasOther County Department of Human ServicesOffice through its counsel. MILLER ARCHAEOLOGY CONSULTING 2,288.35 Supplies MILLER WENHOLD CAPITOL 10,000.00 Other Professional Services Dated: March 13, 2013 MIRACLE RECREATION EQUIPMENT 1,963.27 Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies John Thirkell, Assistant County MODIS 31,137.12 Other Professional ServicesAttorney MOON JR, LYNN DOUG 7.01 Travel Expense Legal 921308 MOORE, DONALD FRITZ GERALD 55.71Notice TravelNo.: Expense First Publication: March 21, 2013 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 288.00 Repair & Maintenance Supplies Last Publication: March 21, 2013 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC 1,348.82 Service Contracts Publisher: Douglas News-Press MOTOROLA TRUNKED USERS GROUP 85.00 Professional County Memberships & Licenses MOUNTAIN VIEW WASTE SYSTEMS 99.50 Waste Disposal Services MSEA CENTRAL COLORADO CHAPTER 300.00 Security Deposit Refund-Fairground MTM RECOGNITION 2,371.93 Recognition Programs MULHERN MRE INC 105.00 Other Professional Services MULLER ENGINEERING COMPANY INC 6,448.69 Other Professional Services MULLIKEN WEINER BERG & JOLIVE PC 898.00 Legal Services MURRELL, TIM 52.34 Operating Supplies NAHRO 630.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses NATIONAL GROUND WATER ASSOCIATION 120.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses NATIONAL TACTICAL OFFICERS ASSOCIATION 150.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses NELSON, BECKY 110.49 Travel Expense NELSON, ERIK 440.20 Conference, Seminar, Training Fees NEVE’S UNIFORMS INC 13,603.86 Clothing & Uniforms NEW WORLD SYSTEMS INC 38,682.99 Computer Software NEW WORLD SYSTEMS INC 259,658.28 Software/Hardware Supplies/Maintenance NORTHWEST DOUGLAS COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 20,000.00 Other Professional Services OFFICE DEPOT 88.18 Office Supplies OLSSON ASSOCIATES 277.25 Other Purchased Services ORMSBEE, SONIA 24.31 Travel Expense OSTLER, CLAUDIA 271.77 Travel Expense OTT, BILL 31.08 Travel Expense PARKER , JERRY L 14.59 Travel Expense PARKER SENIOR CENTER INC 2,332.00 Other Purchased Services
27-Color In the interest of: JORDYN WATKINS, D.O.B. 08/27/2009, A Child and Concerning JAELYN WATKINS, Mother And DEWEY ANTHONY SIMMS, D.O.B. 11/24/1986 and JOHN DOE, Father, Respondents, and KEISHA WATKINS, Maternal Grandmother, Special Respondent.
Attorney for Department: John Thirkell 4400 Castleton Ct. Castle Rock, CO 80109 Phone Number: 303-663-7726 FAX Number: 303-688-5894 Atty. Reg.#: 13865 Case Number: 12JV257 * Division 2 DEPENDENCY SUMMONS This Summons is initiated pursuant to Rule 2.2 of the Colorado Rules of Juvenile Procedure, Rule 4 of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure, and Section 19-3 -503, C.R.S. 2011. TO THE RESPONDENTS NAMED ABOVE: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed which alleges that the above-named child is dependent or neglected as per the facts set forth in the Dependency and Neglect Petition, a copy of which may be obtained at the office of John Thirkell, at the above address. A hearing has been set for April 1, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. in Division 2, Douglas County District Court, 4000 Justice Way, Castle Rock, Colorado, 80109.
TO THE RESPONDENTS NAMED ABOVE: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed which alleges that the above-named child is dependent or neglected as per the facts set forth in the Dependency and Neglect Petition, a copy of which may be obtained at the office of John Thirkell, at the above address. A hearing has been set for April 1, 2013, at 1:30 p.m. in Division 2, Douglas County District Court, 4000 Justice Way, Castle Rock, Colorado, 80109.
Your presence before this court is required to defend against the claims in this petition. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR, THE COURT WILL PROCEED IN YOUR ABSENCE, WITHOUR FURTHER NOTICE, TO CONDUCT AN ADJUDICATORY HEARING AND MAY ENTER A JUDGMENT BY DEFAULT THEREBY ADJUDICATING YOUR CHILD AS A DEPENDENT OR NEGLECTED CHILD AND/OR GRANTING AN ALLOCATION OF PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO SOMEONE ELSE (PERMANENT LEGAL CUSTODY AND DECISION-MAKING AUTHORITY). You have the right to request a trial by jury at the adjudicatory stage of this petition. You also have the right to legal representation at every stage of the proceedings by counsel of your own choosing, or if you are without sufficient financial means, appointment of counsel by the Court. Termination of your parent-child legal relationship to free your child for adoption is a possible remedy in this proceeding. If that remedy is pursued, you are entitled to a hearing before a Judge. You also have the right, if you are indigent, to have the Court appoint, at no expense to you, one expert witness of your own choosing at any hearing on the termination of your parent-child relationship. If you are a minor, you have the right to the appointment of a Guardian ad litem to represent your interests. itemsbest herein, either in whole or in part, if it is deemed to be in the best interest of the You have the right to have this matter County to do so. Additionally, we reserve heard by a district court judge rather than the right to negotiate optional items and/or by the magistrate. You may waive that services the successful right, andwith in doing so, you firm. will be bound
Your presence before this court is required to defend against the claims in this petition. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR, THE COURT WILL PROCEED IN Rock, YOUR ABThird Street, Suite 130, Castle SENCE, WITHOUR NOTICE, Colorado 80104. FourFURTHER (4) hardcopies of TO CONDUCT AN ADJUDICATORY your proposal response shall be submitted HEARING AND MAY ENTER A JUDGin a sealed envelope, plainly marked “RFP MENT BY DEFAULT THEREBY ADJUNo. 011-13,YOUR Geotechnical Material DICATING CHILD and AS A DEPENDTesting Services for the Detention Center by the findings and recommendations of ENT OR NEGLECTED CHILD AND/OR Design/Build Project” and mailed or handPlease direct any questions concerning the magistrate, subject to review as GRANTING AN ALLOCATION OF PARcarried to the this RFP tobyCarolyn Riggs, Purchasing provided sec. 19-1-108(5.5), C.R.S. ENTAL R Eaddress S P O N shown S I B I L above I T I E Sprior TO to the due date and time. Electronic/faxed Supervisor at 303-660-7430 or criggs@ 2012, and subsequently, to the right of apSOMEONE ELSE (PERMANENT LEGAL proposals notDECISION-MAKING be accepted. Proposals douglas.co.us, 8:00bya.m. to 5:00 Appellate p.m., peal as provided Colorado CUSTODYwill AND AUwill not be considered which are received Monday Rule 3.4.through Friday, excluding THORITY). after the time stated, and any proposals holidays. so received will be returned unopened. This summons is being initiated by the You have the right to request a trial by jury Legal Notice No.: 921321 Douglas County Department of Human at the adjudicatory stage of this petition. Douglas Government reserves First Publication: 21, 2013 Services throughMarch its counsel. You alsoCounty have the right to legal representthe right to reject any and all proposLast Publication: March 21, 2013 ation at every stage of the proceedings by als, to waive formalities, informalities, Publisher: Douglas County News-Press Dated: March 13, 2013 counsel of your own choosing, or iforyou irregularities containedfinancial in a saidmeans, proposal John Thirkell, Assistant County Attorney are without sufficient apand furthermore, to award a contract pointment of counsel by the Court. for TerLegal Notice No.: 921308 mination of your parent-child legal relaFirst Publication: March 21, 2013 tionship to free your child for adoption is a Last Publication: March 21, 2013 possible remedy in this proceeding. If that Publisher: Douglas County News-Press remedy is pursued, you are entitled to a hearing TRAILER before aSERVICE Judge. INC You also have 2,773.00 Other Equipment PARKER the right, if you are indigent, to have the PARTRIDGE, ROGER 159.85 Computer Supplies Court appoint, at no expense to you, one PC.ROI 400.00 Conference, Seminar, Training Fees expert witness PDQ TRUCK LLC of your own choosing at 171.58 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder any hearing on the termination of your 21,722.00 Furniture & Office Equipment PEAK OFFICE FURNITURE INC parent-child relationship. If you are a 1,122.00 Printing/Copying/Reports PEPPERDINE’S MARKING PRODUCTS minor, PARK you have the right to the appointPERRY WATER AND SANITATION 686.25 Water & Sewer ment of a Guardian litem to represent 3,900.00 Other Professional Services PETERSON APPRAISALad COMPANY your best interests. PHILLIPS, BRIAN 200.00 Clothing & Uniforms PICTOMETRY INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION 33,474.70 Support & Maintenance You have the right to have this matter PINERY HOMEOWNERS 367.97 Other Purchased Services heard AT byCASTLE a district courtI ,judge PINES ROCK THE rather than 846.00 CDGB Emergency Rental Assistance by the magistrate. YouINC may waive that PIONEER SAND COMPANY 672.01 Aggregate Products right, and in doing so, you will be bound PIPES, CONNIE 100.00 Conference, Seminar, Training Fees by the findings and recommendations of 1,851.00 Other Professional Services PLATTE VALLEY SIGNS the magistrate, subject to review as PLATTNER ENTERPRISES 405.00 Other Repair & Maintenance Services provided by sec. 19-1-108(5.5), C.R.S. 13,908.20 Alarm Administration Expenses PMAM CORPORATION 2012, and subsequently, POLICE TECHNICAL INC to the right of ap- 7,500.00 Other Professional Services peal as provided by EQUIPMENT Colorado Appellate POTESTIO BROTHERS 316.55 Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies Rule 3.4.SHAWNA POTTER, 17.79 Travel Expense PRECISION MEDIAL INC 367.62 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder This summons is being initiated by the PRO COM 508.00 Medical, Dental & Vet Services Douglas County Department of Human PRO FORCE LAW ENFORCEMENT 33.33 Firearm Supplies Services through its counsel. PROTO TEST LLC 12,206.25 Other Professional Services PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF COLORADO 385.00 Driveway & Street Cut Permits-Refund Dated: March 13, 2013 PURE TECHNOLOGIES GROUP INCAttorney 284.70 Service Contracts John Thirkell, Assistant County QUALIMAGE PRINTING 327.75 Printing/Copying/Reports QUIGLEY, DALE 191.80 Travel Expense Legal Notice No.: 921308 RANKIN, MARK 40.09 Travel Expense First Publication: March 21, 2013 REA & WATER 175.00 Other Repair & Maintenance Services LastPLUMBING Publication: March HEATER 21, 2013 REGIONAL AIR QUALITY COUNCIL 19,000.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses Publisher: Douglas County News-Press REHLING, JAN 106.56 Travel Expense REIF, PATTY ANN 449.17 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder REPELLA, JILL 515.72 Travel Expense RIDER, KATHERINE 103.90 Travel Expense RIFE, JONATHAN D 14.00 Metro Area Meeting Expense ROBSON, VALERIE 86.37 Travel Expense ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACCREDITAITON NETWORK 250.00 Professional Memberships & Licenses ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHAPTER FBINAA INC 450.00 Conference, Seminar, Training Fees ROCKY MOUNTAIN MAIL SERVICES 957.41 Postage & Delivery Services ROCKY MOUNTAIN MEDICAL GROUP 55.00 Medical, Dental & Vet Services ROCKY MOUNTAIN WINDOW TINT LLC 115.00 Repairs-Equipment/Motor Vehicle RYSER, GARY C. 300.00 Other Professional Services SABELLS ENTERPRISES LLLP 59,859.60 Parks & Recreation Improvement SAFARILAND LLC 28.80 Operating Supplies/Equipment SAFELITE FULFILLMENT INC 1,470.03 Insurance Claims SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY INC 23,800.00 Cars, Vans, Pickups SAFEWARE INC 3,600.00 Service Contracts SAHARIA, MUNESH 178.60 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder SB MERIDIAN VILLAGES LLC 62,842.00 Escrow Payable SCHMISEK, JOHN 12.21 Travel Expense SCRUGGS, MATT & AMBER 726.16 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder SEMPERA 20,555.00 Other Professional Services SHAW CONTRACT FLOORING SERVICES INC 26,286.44 Major Maintenance of Assets SHERMAN & HOWARD LLC 225.00 Legal Services SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 939.57 Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies SKILL SURVEY INC 1,650.00 Recruitment Costs SKY RIDGE MEDICAL CENTER 55.50 Medical, Dental & Vet Services SMITH, KAREN A 300.00 Abatement Referee SOLUTIONS II INC 300.27 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder SOURCE OFFICE PRODUCTS 4,725.75 Office Supplies SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE AUTHORITY 42,000.00 Other Professional Services SOUTHLAND MEDICAL CORPORATION 1,274.33 Operating Supplies/Equipment SOVEREIGN BANK 15.00 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder SPAULDING, MELINDA 543.40 Travel Expense SPECIALIZED PATHOLOGY PC 5,375.00 Medical, Dental & Vet Services STACY, KATHY 165.00 Insurance Claims STARKEY, VICTORIA 92.34 Travel Expense STATE BOARD OF LAND COMMISSIONERS 971.73 Building/Land Lease/Rent STATE FORMS & PUBLICATIONS 57.21 Operating Supplies STATE OF COLORADO 27.20 Film & Film Processing STATE OF COLORADO/OIT 432.85 Data Communication Lines STATUTES UNLIMITED 430.00 Books & Subscription STEELE, JON T 163.13 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder STENZEL, RICHARD 30.00 Books & Subscription STEPHENS, LAURA COLLEEN 18.65 Travel Expense STONEGATE VILLAGE METRO 801.68 Water & Sewer STREFFCO CONSULTANTS INC 5,239.85 Contract Work/Temporary Agency STREFFCO CONSULTANTS INC 11,036.50 Other Professional Services STURGEON, JENNIFER 89.26 Travel Expense SUDS FACTORY CAR WASH & DETAIL CENTER 170.00 Car Washes SUMMIT LABORATORIES INC 475.00 Service Contracts SUNDVICK, DANIEL J OR ALLISON FOSTER 82.97 Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder SWEEPSTAKES UNLIMITED 290.00 Other Purchased Services SYMANTEC SOFTWARE 3,500.00 Conference, Seminar, Training Fees SYSTEMS INTEGRATION CORP 612.50 Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies T.V. 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You have the right to request a trial by jury at the adjudicatory stage of this petition. You also have the right to legal representation at every stage of the proceedings by counsel of your own choosing, or if you are without sufficient financial means, appointment of counsel by the Court. Termination of your parent-child legal relationship to free your child for adoption is a possible remedy in this proceeding. If that remedy is pursued, you are entitled to a hearing before a Judge. You also have the right, if you are indigent, to have the Court appoint, at no expense to you, one expert witness of your own choosing at any hearing on the termination of your parent-child relationship. If you are a minor, you have the right to the appointment of a Guardian ad litem to represent your best interests.
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You have the right to have this matter heard by a district court judge rather than by the magistrate. You may waive that right, and in doing so, you will be bound by the findings and recommendations of the magistrate, subject to review as provided by sec. 19-1-108(5.5), C.R.S. 2012, and subsequently, to the right of appeal as provided by Colorado Appellate Rule 3.4. This summons is being initiated by the Douglas County Department of Human Services through its counsel. Dated: March 13, 2013 John Thirkell, Assistant County Attorney Legal Notice No.: 921308 First Publication: March 21, 2013 Last Publication: March 21, 2013 Publisher: Douglas County News-Press
Government Legals Public Notice NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE DOUGLAS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS In accordance with Douglas County Resolution No. R-994-062, a public hearing will be held before the Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday, April 9, 2013, at 2:30 p.m. in the Commissioners Hearing Room, 100 Third Street, Castle Rock, Colorado, to consider the disposition of Declaration of Restrictive Covenants between the Archaeological Conservancy and the Douglas County Board of County Commissioners. The Declaration of Restrictive Covenants are an encumbrance on the real property described as the Titan Road Ranchettes, Parcel 2, a 35-acre parcel of land located in Douglas County, Colorado. For more information, please contact the Douglas County Planning Services Division at 303-660-7460, 100 Third Street, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104. Legal Notice No.: 921313 First Publication: March 21, 2013 Last Publication: March 21, 2013 Publisher: Douglas County News-Press
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TACTICAL COMMAND INDUSTRIES 82.00 TACTICAL DESIGN LABS INC 3,910.00 TALENT DENVER/MARNE INTERACT 900.00 TAYLOR, VIVIAN A 8,974.50 TELERUS INC 750.00 TELESPHERE NETWORKS LTD 991.66 THOMPSON, STACY 50.00 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP 1,798.10 THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR CORP 1,890.00 TITAN POWER INC 16,494.00 TITLE PLUS LLC 49.00 TO THE RESCUE 5,916.00 TO THE RESCUE 8,600.00 TO THE RESCUE 2,173.00 TOUCHSTONE HEALTH PARTNERS 5,600.00 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK 368,747.48 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK 14,150.00 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK 2,000.00 TOWN OF CASTLE ROCK FIRE & RESCUE 3.55 TOWN OF LARKSPUR 759.96 TOWN OF LARKSPUR 86.00 TOWN OF PARKER 241,097.26 TOWN OF PARKER 12,055.50 TPM STAFFING SERVICES 429.00 TRANSLATION & INTERPRETING 137.50 TRAVCO INC 4,137.50 TRG SETTLEMENT SERVICES 16.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 105.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT 1,282.70 TRINDLE, MICHAEL A 207.00 TRITECH FORENSICS 1,138.00 TROXLER RADIATION MONITORING 54.00 TYACKE, DONNA 84.92 UMB BANK 1,954.37 UNCC 1,553.39 UNITED PARCEL SERVICE 3,250.56 UNITED SITE SERVICES 1,623.01 US BANK 2,458.86 US ROADS 55,274.64 USA MOBILITY WIRELESS INC 14.06 VALUE CONSULTANTS INC 1,500.00 VANCE BROTHERS INC 3,000.00 VERIZON WIRELESS SERVICES 15,944.76 VERIZON WIRELESS SERVICES 7,067.72 VILLALOBOS CONCRETE INC 472,136.42 VMWARE INC 78,002.48 WAGNER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 2,635.80 WALTON, ANNE 106.63 WASTE MANAGEMENT 12,155.83 WEATHER GUARD CONSTRUCTION 139.25 WEIGHT WATCHERS NORTH AMERICA INC 37.96 WENK ASSOCIATES INC 305.00 WERN AIR INC 3,393.00 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 354.50 WEST PAYMENT CENTER 2,867.00 WESTERN DRESSAGE ASSOCIATION OF COLORADO 325.00 WESTERN STATES SHERIFFS 100.00 WILDCAT SHOPPING CENTER LLC 9,398.29 WILDLIFE EXPERIENCE, THE 1,000.00 WILKERSON IV MD PC, JAMES A 1,045.50 WILLIAMS, KELLY ANN 254.25 WILSON, GARY 1,014.55 WILSON, KARL L 18.00 WINROCK APARTMENTS 775.00 WL CONTRACTORS INC 1,129.00 WOMEN’S CRISIS & FAMILY OUTREACH CENTER 38,775.00 WOMEN’S CRISIS & FAMILY OUTREACH CENTER 40.00 WOODRICK, MARYJO 85.20 WRIGHT JR, DUDLEY K 510.29 XCEL ENERGY 1,329.00 XCEL ENERGY 3,971.13 YARBROUGH, JUSTIN S 50.00 ZAMBRANO, CARLOS 390.50 TOTAL AMOUNT OF DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY 2013
Other Repair & Maintenance Supplies Clothing & Uniforms Recognition Programs Other Professional Services Telephone/Communications Telephone/Communications Other Purchased Services Other Repair & Maintenance Services Service Contracts Service Contracts Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder Developmental Disabilities Grant JARC/New Freedom Grant Distribution Other Purchased Services Other Professional Services Due to Castle Rock-Auto Use Tax Due to Castle Rock-MV License Fees Newspaper Notices/Advertising Refund Overpayment Due to Larkspur-Auto Use Tax Due to Larkspur-MV License Fees Due to Parker - Auto Use Tax Due to Parker - MV License Fees Contract Work/Temporary Agency Other Purchased Services Contract Work/Temporary Agency Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder Medical, Dental & Vet Services Oversight Inspection Services Travel Expense Operating Supplies/Equipment Operating Supplies/Equipment Travel Expense Banking Service Fees Other Professional Services Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder Waste Disposal Services Banking Service Fees Road Repair, Maintenance & Overlay Pager & Wireless Other Purchased Services Equipment Rental Cell Phone Service Pager & Wireless Road Repair, Maintenance & Overlay Support & Maintenance Equipment & Motor Vehicle Parts Travel Expense Waste Disposal Services Roofing Permit Fees-Refund Wellness Program General Engineering Services Other Repair & Maintenance Services Books & Subscription Software/Hardware Supplies/Maintenance Facilities Use Fees-Refund Professional Memberships & Licenses Building/Land Lease/Rent Metro Area Meeting Expense Medical, Dental & Vet Services Travel Expense Travel Expense Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder CDGB Emergency Rental Assistance Traffic Signals - Construction Contribution WCFOC Window Replacement Other Professional Services Travel Expense Fee Refunds - Clerk & Recorder Parks & Recreation Improvement Utilities Driveway & Street Cut Permits-Refund Travel Expense
THE ABOVE AND FOREGOING IS A CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE BILLS APPROVED FOR PAYMENT DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST 2012 BY THE DOUGLAS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS UNDER WHOSE DIRECTION THIS NOTICE IS PUBLISHED. N. ANDREW COPLAND, CPA
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Legal Notice No.: 921316 and 921317 * First Publication: March 21, 2013 Last Publication: March 21, 2013 * Publisher: Douglas County News-Press
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EASTER ACTIVITIES. Park Meadows welcomes the Easter Bunny from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, through March 30. A pet photo night is from 6-8 p.m. March 25. The Park Meadows Little Garden Explorers and Kids Gardening Center will feature free Easter activities fro the kids from 1-3 p.m. March 23 and March 30. Park Meadows is at 8401 Park Meadows Center Drive, Lone Tree. Visit parkmeadows.com or call 303-792-2999.
CATERED MEAL. Enjoy spaghetti, salad, garlic bread, apple crisp and ice cream at 11:45 a.m. March 26 at the Woodland Park Senior Center, 312 N. Center St. Cost is $6 per person; presented by AAA Auction Alternatives (www.aaaauctionalternatives.com).
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QUILT ENTRIES. Firehouse Quilts is looking for quilt entries for its eighth annual quilt show to support its mission of helping children in crisis in Colorado. Early bird entries submitted by May 17 are taken at a discounted entry fee ($15). Otherwise, the fee is $18 per item, and the final deadline is June 21. This year’s show has a special theme, Patriotic, along with 13 other categories. The show is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 19-20 at the Douglas County Events Center in Castle Rock. All forms and instructions are available at www.firehousequilts.org; click on the Quilt Show link at the top.
HORSEPOWER GALA. HorsePower uses the power of the horse to help special needs kids. Join HorsePower for its gala from 6-10 p.m. June 8 at the Lone Tree Golf Club & Hotel, 9808 Sunningdale Blvd., Lone Tree. Food, cash bar, live music and a silent auction are on the agenda. The special part of the night will be to hear from and meet the special kids and their parents. Visit www.coloradohorsepower.org.
MARCH 21 GOLF ASSOCIATION. Applications are being accepted for the 2013 Ladies 9-Hole Golf Association at Lone Tree Golf Course. Play is on Thursday mornings and we welcome new members for fun and fellowship. A kickoff coffee will be March 21st at the Lone Tree Golf Course. For information, contact Melissa Watson, president, at 303-981-0168 or LTL9hole@gmail.com. The league website is http://LTL9hole.ghinclub.com/. MARCH 26
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the Lone Tree Arts Center. The SFJAZZ Collective is an all-star jazz ensemble comprising eight of the finest performer/composers at work in jazz today. Tickets start at $36. For information or tickets, call 720-509-1000 or visit www.LoneTreeArtsCenter.org.
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ONGOING LOCAL ARTISTS. South Suburban Parks and Recreation’s Buck, Goodson and Lone Tree recreation centers feature temporary art exhibitions by local artists. Visit www.sspr.org or contact Vickie Willis at 303-483-7072. SUMMER CAMP. Register now for South Suburban Parks and Recreation summer camps. More than 200 themed day and weekly camps are offered. Visit www.sspr.org for information and to register. EDITOR’S NOTE: Calendar submissions must be received by noon Wednesday for publication the following week. Send information to firstname.lastname@example.org, attn: Lone Tree Voice. No attachments. Listings are free and run as space is available.
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Sports instruction • Crazy Games • Wild Parties Callenge course activities • Wacky skits and songs Daily devotionals and much more!
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