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What is your specialty and what does that mean for the people you work with? I specialize in listing and selling real estate all over the south Denver metro area. My clients appreciate my knowledge and expertise, work ethic, commitment to helping them achieve their real estate goals, and professionalism. What is the most challenging part of what you do? Balancing work and family life is the most challenging part of my job.

I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I have two daughters (one in college, one in high school) that keep me busy. I spend lots of time being a spectator at my younger daughter’s volleyball games. I love to exercise every day, belong to a great gym but also enjoy biking and walking outdoors. I also enjoy visiting various mountain communities several times a year with my family. What is one tip you have for someone looking to sell a house? You only get one chance to make a good first impression, so get your home ready to sell before it goes on the market. Price the home correctly. I like helping my clients with those decisions, and take pride that my listings look great when they hit the market. What is one tip you have for someone looking to buy a house? Before looking at homes, get prequalified by a reputable lender. Put some thought into what features you want in a home and where you would like to live. What is the most unusual thing you’ve encountered while working in Real Estate? The most unusual encounter I’ve ever had was with a guest at an Open house that I hosted. He took it upon himself to “forage” through the kitchen cabinets and closets looking for prescription medication. It was very unsettling to have that occur during an Open House, and to have to explain it to my Sellers.




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Joh that Publica m involv“there n Hicken tion ing are no loo bes gun t easy per ack s, som to dea l wit but saidsolution now eth The ing “ou h firearm a deb s” to ledged the Dem r dem ate issues -rel on State Genera ocratic ocracy ated how vio fere of the l Assem govern demand lence d is trol his opi State spebly dur or, add s.” ing ech pas that is nion his ressing sion Jan. on ann one take ate certain 10, also ual up this ly deb to be area By Ryan Boldrey pro of ate “Le said t me legislat d topicsone of gun con f50 cents prim ive law the che . “Why ses cks not e the pum sion maker most tion After months of public outreach, town for . hav s will Tha all e uni p,” Hic nity Media Publica halls and community surveys, the C-470 tention t sug gun sale versal ken ges A Colorado Commu s?” aisl Corridor Coalition expects to decide by of law tion bac looper e. kgroun makercertain March or April how to pursue expanding “It d s on ly cau House is just the busy freeway corridor from Interstate ght bot Col h side the 25 to Kipling Street. oradoMinorit comple s of atcall “I think overall people are saying there Spr y Lea tely une the for ing der involv all nfo is something that needs to be fixed when sale s, rce be con ing per s of said of Mark it comes to the congestion,” said Jack Hil HilWallerable,” ting son-to-guns — Hicken , RBut bert, a Douglas County commissioner who ent inc per loo on nor ’s stanDemocr backgr son tranluding per’s serves as chair of the coalition’s policy com comFrom left, state Rep. Chris Holbert, state Rep.-elect Polly Lawrence and outgoing state House Speaker Frank McNulty address the Douglas County Business Alliance on Jan. 3 during tho ats Issue 12 ce. “He mittee. app ound chesaction se • Volume 68, Tracy ma a legislative kickoff session. Photo by Jane Reuter lauded de som cks s — eastbound According to the coalition, County, Colorado Kra afra the . and Jefferson id to ft-Thar e risk Kipling to I-25 face delays of travelers Countyfrom gov y poi Adams p, Gun jump ermore than 11 minutes during the morning legi into D-Arva nts,” ger Phil slat control tha said da. rush hour, and westbound travelers are de deors nex ts Rep “He are , one t.” t General mana layed as much as 18 minutes in the evening. one five mo exp was . outlines projec ectedof many n’t Sen. Growth along the corridor is expected to nom area tha nths Washington Evie Hud ic ma t Hic of the to tak issues increase by more than 30 percent over the e up ak, righ ken that tter om moriki tol for the new legislative session. aren’t going to be the ones grabbing the next 20 years. s, civi loopersession over reg t, hugs By Darin oloradonews.c l uni Sen. Lind add , was the tou ulating Democrats have regained control of the headlines, so it means you really do have Beginning with a series of telephone ress ons dmoriki@ourc the che General a New ed. just d on mariju District and Colorado House, and maintain their ma- to pay attention,” outgoing House Speaker town halls in July, the coalition has been Eco ell Jan. , of high exdur Transportation ana cou jority in the state Senate, and Republican Frank McNulty said. “They’re the ones that busy presenting three options to citizens ing Com 9 in the Regional Washington declared ind transrse, his mon Senate Phil 40-minustry es several Denmembers of the Douglas County legislative are going to have the highest impact on the and area business leaders: tolling any addi By Jane Reuter addiozen Tak ground Manager as RTD continu cham ing ute were also toward the delegation said that could impact business economy.” sou bers on s tional lanes and keeping the existing lanes on rem pectations targeted the ght w su of home projects ark the owners. Four of them were on hand for a McNulty urged business owners to free; tolling all the lanes, old and new; and top issu s. open portation northern region. staina s be e of ing day several projects trol agenda State leaders urged Douglas County Douglas County Business Alliance-spon- “show up at the state Capitol,” testify and raising property or sales taxes to pay for ad by adgun ver metro’s led highlighted of the st hosted ble de ing bu Gen item for hee violen business owners to stay aware and get in in- sored legislative kickoff session held Jan. 3 bring supporters when issues of concern ditional new lanes. ra va legislativ Washington legislative breakfa ting ls eral ce is velop ilt in this and of 36 Commu Jan. 4 are on the table. volved in issues that could impact them as at Lone Tree’s Sky Ridge Medical Center. e sess “The one thing that has come across ve@ n Cleve Dem during a a Ele the last yeaAssem nonprofit ken Resort. ion. Phot ment our “The bills you need to be cautious about Capiclear,” Hilbert said, “is that there is just no mentaDecem r’s Aurbly, esp ocratic the Legislators continues on Page 19 Interloc colora Louisville-based o by Cour lawmakers take their seats at the state Capi will be ecia -co s at the Omni ry Sch ber ma ora don way in the world you could go back and toll tney Kuhl lly on nSolution om metro region gton said. “I the ssa es ool talk existing roadways. No matter what is decid decid“The Denveren in Concre at ater kill the West,” Washinthat it can be ing ars — and m city in the politic abo — are I believe nec Sandy ings ed, existing (lanes) will remain free.” mu greatest a. ticu that, and investments al issuut gun star ch mo edg t. ButHook Hilbert said the coalition is leaning to toed. ting really believe the transportation es are re in e, as s has alw just to region.” through addi or new any toll to decision a ward addi“So this the pop done the ays to accomom part of me making in bee up gov me point tional lanes to pay for construction and that we’re r, he said RTD’s journey n in ern an easy one. s at rcial the Can or acka dicey to gun maintenance. He said this will be discussed Howeve Ind develo delas has not been RTD board s, oth projects now ber pm just iana Stre resi restructure some recent cuts to the Depart Departthese Feb and January coalition’s the at heavily Feb15-mem sales lplish ent mike Coffman’s views the ers Stat percent he pro north et and . to a ment of Defense. e con In May 2012, placing a 0.4 ruary meetings, when they go over results ballot to violen tinu Can gen posed of Coa against election On fiscal resolution: “I like the tax piece, the fact that “I think we need to go forward with these from a recent telephone survey conducted es on era t decided on the general if current finanPag The lly souJefferso l Creek most of the Bush tax cuts remain permanent for the vast cuts,” he said, “but I think they could be increase Consultants. Research Hill by e means tax 18 n resi ks. This are, the North The den theast Parkdev majority of American people I thought was a win. On the done in a way that doesn’t compromise our “If we go that route, construction could fund FasTracons remain as they not be comfew elo com tial of will yea ing per ped by portion the negative side, it wasn’t at all balanced with cuts, and we national security. There was no attention to start in early 2014, if not sooner,” he said. by Andy Carpenean cial projectiNorthwest lines ties dev Ter Can rs is 43 years. Photo are, in fact, going to spend even more money now. We’ve detail paid to these cuts. I think that they “If we pick a financing option that requires d offe Group. ra Cau of retired after mercia delas,anothe eloBy these pmRyan Boldrey Metro and 2042. ent Mastriona has convinced prosa got to be serious about the deficit and the debt and this bill thought it would never happen, so the no no- a vote (raising taxes), that obviously pushes Veldhurs som acres. l and includr ove pleted until gton said he is the w, at Water World. ething The new ope to a gondola ing Veldhu r the certainly wasn’t serious about it at all.” tion was `let’s just do an across-the-board it out further. But I don’t think those two But Washin be done way beforethe transCau izen, n spa nex , stands next The resi izen veteran will Cand for Park a sa On proposed high-capacity magazine ban: “Personcut to the Department of Defense.’ and noted nt strides 20-year and Recreation will projects ce willA den options are what I am hearing citizens say. said t of the U.S. armed dev Parks o far, Capitalmanag way in elas neig two dates Hills tial tion . of Hyland , ally, I feel that there ought to be a limit. I think this notion west “It just isn’t rational. We’re cutting pro pro- I’m hearing citizens say `yeah, fix director hom feature elopm hbor forces, Mike gincCongressman made significa jected comple mm we hav . able lude comArvada. hood executive it, but we Hills district has In that time, Washin uni e , former and es, 1,00 1,500 ent, onc that there shouldn’t be any regulations at all is wrong. That grams that are essential and giving the want someone Coffman (R-Aurora) plans 1,50 pay the taxes.’” else to ction Hyland held commu portation Photo is taking d at ty, are five of years. Greg Mastriona by the com severa 0 or mosingle to efocus by Andy shape diff nt Don in the past two either begun constru of its said, the question about high-capacity magazines should same weight to programs that are essential nity of0his efforts offe Raising taxes was a popular option in the that us to missed l mil fam commuch me re r“Th erent Carpenea with hous tho ,” Vel obligaBoard presidethe highpleted RTD has out for 77 percent visi be decided by state legislatures, because there will inherto our national security to programs that early town hall surveys, but according to the new congressional pric “It’s rcial spa lion squ higherin ily, ton said , includes in Sus on.” se stan dhuizen hite ey all n million general build family. said he has e vad -de detach , affairs. perfor- or contracted worknetwork projects Transit are session ently be varying standards for different parts of the counthe low tain probably should have gone by the wayside Hill’s survey only 9 percent of people were ctu 1, a $2.7 issue passed to dards hav the Ciancio a,” kind of ce. ed said feet nsityon veteran abi ne.” ral flai e for his overall the Vel and $300 FasTrack Bus Rapid and a city uni . try. I feel that 100 rounds is too much but that is an issue ofThe a long time ago or have little value.” lar- commu lity can tion bond in favor of increased property tax and 42 est regard commitment to a planned ,000s retarecently Rail, U.S. 225 Rail Lines. com dhuizen rs. ts re-elected pow we “They two West ry nity me did just wit il and te off High that must be debated and decided by the Colorado General sha Coffman said he fancies himself differ differ- percent favored increasing sales taxes. Depan for Colo Coloered ndo pleme the park. Com , Vel be see De mance and ing the Gold, and Intersta es, but said hin representative ture Mastriona began with red els plan. us way 72 dhu arti stre The park but grew the fol- district. He said the district and (BRT), East Rail our challeng sustain on Assembly and not in Washington, D.C.” ent from many members in his own party spite the higher numbers, 42-41, in favor of city 6th District said that am nt eac . “Th arado’s the ng muniizen n thro et ity truCandel and Cand the we’ve had h oth ey’l systemBetwee oun n of all about of Ar- to focus on is job for d Am in the ugh as said ability roo lights tho l intends t in that a lot of Republicans don’t support sales taxes over tolling one new lane, the rest, iswater slides,with the additio the “Of course say that it’s not for the Hyre superior elas ugh fs of , from out and s, we’ n par of ope er. Theheinte spa a pillar to “It’s he saidhas tho slides. grate down beinggton he $50erican, ce. any cuts to defense spending. Some of the port suggested that there was not sufficient from transi transilowing year re’s ranging ugh Col the will remain nity and a valued I always like — the knock “Th , is its feature homes. tiles to and four soThe ll hav ks, ope n spa sues ope Washin orado, a treis its first . cility,” e rec recrea e wave pool down re’s Cove and n commu n con 0,000 that would force the Department of Veter- things on the table in Coffman’s eyes in in- support to secure passage in an election as get up,” tion workwe’re Coffman reation tion of the The bigsolar of a signnearly space ce sustain den space ” in into the citizen work who re- the came Surfer’s followed land e for the district. firm Eac na knock es — but the challenges, but Veldhu bec ts h bui he said its kin ans Affairs to hire qualified veterans before clude: troop levels in Europe; whether U.S. required by TABOR. th hom ed force the to how the country pay Next g with Pam, , Mastrio aus resourc challeng getting in 1984, abilcen center. commu gest these reationcan enj and bui ificant 200 acr and s . 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Friday June 28th @ approx 4:30 PM 6 car accident on Drycreek & Willow in Centennial If you witnessed this accident happen please call 970-749-0586



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Darrell 303-915-0739



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• Home Renovation and Remodel • 30 years Experience • Insured • Satisfaction Guaranteed

Call Ed 720-328-5039


trash hauling

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• Dependable • Affordable • Weekly Mow Power R • Prompt Service 7 days a week • wa • Foreclosure and Rental clean-outs • • Garage clean-outs • 30 Year Exp. • Furniture • www.AMLa • Appliances •

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Deck Restore




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35 Years Experience

Bill 720-842-1716

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Family Owned & Operated

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• Honest pricing • • Free estimates • We will match any written estimate! Same day service! No job too small or too big!

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Alpine Landscape Management

Aerate, Fertilize, Power Raking, Weekly Mowing Trim Bushes & Sm. Trees, Sr. Disc.

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• Pruning • Removals • Shrub Maintenance • FreeEstimates Certified Arborist,Insured, Littleton Resident 720.283.8226 C:720.979.3888


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PROFESSIONAL OUTDOOR SERVICES TREES/ SHRUBS TRIMMED Planted, Trimmed & Removal • Sod Work • Rock & Block Walls • Sprinklers • Aeration • Stumps Ground • Mulch

Licensed / Insured

DICK 303-783-9000 RON’S LANDSCAPING Spring Clean Up, Raking, Weeding, Flower Bed Maintenance, Schrub Retrimming Soil Prep - Sod Work Trees & Schrub Replacement also Small Tree & Bush Removal Bark, Rock Walss & Flagstone Work

FREE Estimates

Family owned business with over 35 yrs. exp.

Call or email Ron 303-758-5473

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Please call anytime: Mr. Domingo 720-365-5501

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Misc. Services


with a Warranty Starting at $1575



Perez Painting

Interior • Exterior Deck Repair



Year End Rates Fully Insured Free Estimates References


720- 298-3496


Repair or Replace: Faucets, Toilets, Sinks, Vanity, Dishwashers, Water Heater, Broken Pipes, Spigot/Hosebib, Drain Cleaning, Disposals etc. Sprinkler StartUp/Repair/Installation. Swamp Cooler Start-Up/Repair. Call West Tech (720)298-0880


M4 ROOFING & GUTTERS Located in Highlands Ranch All Types of Roofing & Repairs Family-Run Business • 20 yrs exp.



Anchor Plumbing Residential:


(303) 961-3485


Licenced & Insured

Bryon Johnson

Master Plumber • All plumbing repairs & replacement • Bathroom remodels • Gas pipe installation • Sprinkler repair Recycle this Publication ~Please Licensed & Insured ~

303.979.0105 when Finished

Professional Installations & Repairs Lifetime Warranty + SOD INSTALLATION

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