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Bull retires from Cherry Creek Schools

Cherry Creek Schools Superintendent Harry Bull will step down at the end of this schoolyear after more than three decades working the district in various capacities. He announced his intentions Jan. 8 at a meeting of the Board of Education, saying he

planned to spend more time with his children and address health concerns. Dr. Bull was appointed superintendent in 2013 after serving in roles as teacher, dean, principal and administrator. In 2017, he was named both Superintendent of the

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Year by the Colorado Association of School Executives and Man of the Year by The Villager. The board is expected to move quickly to decide on a process for selecting Bull’s replacement.

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“I’ve been blessed to serve as the superintendent of the Cherry Creek School District, an organization that’s taught me the true meaning of excellence. To say my departure will be bittersweet is a vast understatement,” Bull told the board.

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State Treasurer Walker Stapleton banking on gubernatorial win Greenwood Village-based candidate dismisses ‘dynasty’ label, sets sights on Jared Polis

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o hear Walker Stapleton tell it, there is a lot of hogwash in the race for governor. When it comes to charges that the Bushfamily cousin and great-grandson to a Denver mayor and airport honoree is a “dynasty” candidate, the Colorado state treasurer bristles. “I think labels are hogwash and a bunch of political bull that don’t mean anything,” he said. “I also happen to be related to Chris Stapleton, the country music performer who sells out Red Rocks. Just because he’s my second cousin doesn’t mean that I sing like him.” As for complaints about a controversial “independent expenditure committee” he coordinated prior to officially becoming a gubernatorial candidate, Stapleton again calls critics to task. “That’s a lot of political hogwash,” he said to those who think the candidate may have bended the spirit of campaign-finance laws. “It’s going to take a lot of money to beat [perceived Democratic frontrunner] Jared Polis. I’m committed to raising the resources necessary. Jared Polis, to me, is the threat that matters to Colorado.” Stapleton, 43, a Greenwood Village resident, was considered by many an undeclared candidate in name only last September when the two-term treasurer finally jumped into the official Republican primary as a fundraising behemoth. The sitting treasurer, however, makes no bones about the need to raise money—and a lot of it—and the fact that he is the only Republican in the race who has won statewide office twice, a claim worthy of note in a state that has been reluctant to elect GOP governors in recent years. “I think Republicans have done a good job of shooting

State Treasurer Walker Stapleton, a Greenwood Villager and a Republican primary candidate for governor, spends a moment at Red Rocks. Although his cousin—not George W. Bush—has been known to sell out the venue, Stapleton says he is sticking to politics. Courtesy of Stapleton for Colorado

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Coffman rebukes Sessions on marijuana enforcement policy U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, responded swiftly last week to the announcement by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that the Justice Department would be rescinding the Obamaera policy that effectively

allowed states to legalize marijuana without federal intervention. In a Jan. 4 press announcement, Coffman urged Sessions to read the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution, which limits the power of the federal government to regulate interstate and intrastate

commerce. “The decision that was made to legalize marijuana in Colorado was made by the voters of Colorado and only applies within the boundaries of our state,” Coffman wrote in his statement. “Colorado had every right to legalize marijuana and I will do everything I can to protect that right against the power of an overreaching federal government.” J a s o n Crow, a Democratic- primary candidate in

Coffman’s 6th Cong ressional District, issued a statement urging Coffman to take his words a step further by introducing legislation to prevent Sessions from rescinding the enforcement policy. U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colorado, has likewise called Sessions to task for his announcement, citing the attorney general’s Senate confirmation testimony, in which Sessions said he had no intention of changing policy as it pertained

voter-approved legalized marijuana in the states. Although Colorado, California and other states have legalized marijuana at the state level, the plant is still listed as illegal under the federal Controlled Substances Act. During the 2016 presidential race, President Trump said he favored medicinal use of marijuana and said the recreational question should be left to individual states.


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Stapleton would support the dismantling of Connect for Health Colorado Continued from Page 1 each other in the foot and not nominating somebody who’s capable of winning a statewide election,” Stapleton said. “The Democrats, by contrast, have not had a competitive primary for governor since 1974. I was born in 1974. They have done a great job of coalescing around their candidate.”

Polis, Polis, Polis

Stapleton is not waiting for the end of this year’s primary—the first in which Colorado’s unaffiliated voters can participate—before effectively entering the general election, for which he clearly considers the wealthy U.S. Rep. Polis to be the de facto Democratic nominee. The Republican hopeful barely mentions his own primary opponents before launching his attacks on Polis, who is among the wealthiest members of Congress and part of what has been called the “Gang of Four,” a small group of moneyed Democratic campaign contributors. “I’m going to make sure the left doesn’t spend their way into the governor’s office,” Stapleton said. “Jared Polis is running to literally end the energy industry in Colorado. He’s in favor of Bernie Sanders’s plan for a

I also happen to be related to Chris Stapleton, the country music performer who sells out Red Rocks. Just because he’s my second cousin doesn’t mean that I sing like him.

-Walker Stapleton, gubernatorial candidate single-payer health system. It’s going to take an unprecedented amount of money to beat him.” Calling himself a “common-sense conservative” and contrasting himself with Polis, Stapleton touts his own leadership on such issues as reform of the

state’s Public Employees Retirement Association and successful campaigns to defeat recent ballot issues for a public-education tax increase and a single-payer system. “The Denver Post wrote an op-ed, and they said when it comes to Colorado’s broken pension system, it turns out Treasurer Stapleton has been right all along. For The Denver Post to say that about a Republican, you don’t have to be right—you have to be really, really right,” he said. Stapleton also touts his business experience, noting the publicly-traded real estate firm he founded before first seeking public office in 2010. “I was accountable to shareholders. I created jobs. I met payroll. I managed budgets and I built a successful company,” he said. “What I think Colorado really needs is somebody who has experience in the private sector, leadership experience in elected office, and can combine the two and proactively solve a lot of our fiscal challenges.” Stapleton dismisses criticisms of having “moonlighted” on the public dime. “I’m not precluded from owning a business or taking a company private because I’m the treasurer of Colorado,” he said. “It never took away from the hours I spent in the treasurer’s office.”

Decidedly conservative

On most issues, Stapleton takes positions in line with his party. The candidate would support the dismantling of Connect for Health Colorado, the state’s insurance exchange, saying enrollment numbers have proven its futility. On illegal immigration, he

Republicans have done a good job of shooting each other in the foot and not nominating somebody who’s capable of winning a statewide election. -Walker Stapleton, gubernatorial candidate

says he would do whatever he could from the governor’s office to force “sanctuary cities” and their police to cooperate with federal officials. “I’m fundamentally against giving an evildoer and somebody who wants to break the laws in one of our cities more legal protections than a U.S. citizen,” he said. In the wake of Douglas County Schools’ recent decision to end its never-implemented, legally contested voucher program, Stapleton remains an advocate for “school choice,” even for private religious schools, though he decidedly bristles at the term “voucher.” “I believe that each student that gets approximately $10,000 in funding should take that money from the

State of Colorado and they should be able to do whatever they want,” he said. Stapleton would support drug-testing for recipients of public assistance, but would not extend such a requirement to employers receiving tax breaks. He remains a staunch advocate for term limits. “Incumbents have a massive advantage in spending,” he said. “Public service, first and foremost, should be a secondary career, not a primary career.” Fundraising will not be a problem for this two-term treasurer either. His past backers have included everyone from former Broncos quarterback John Elway to former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Prior to his official candidacy, Stapleton was able to work directly with Better Colorado Now, an “independent expenditure committee.” He is among the first Colorado politicians to directly point such an organization at his own campaign. The tact was also taken by 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush, Stapleton’s cousin. State Sen. Mike Johnston, a Democratic candidate for governor, has formed a similar organization. Although Stapleton faces a wealth of primary opposition, including Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, retired Cherry Hills Village investment banker Doug Robinson and former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo, the treasurer is not talking about any of them. “I don’t care who’s running on our side,” Stapleton said. “I don’t care if Superman or the Man in the Moon are running. I’m focused on Jared Polis because he’s the threat that matters.”

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Despite controversy, Trump marches forward

There is a lot of cackling going on in the chicken coop from many sources. Republicans and Democrats in Washington are still waging political warfare against each other and investigations are in full swing from the last election and alleged meddling by the Russians. Way out here in Colorado, I didn’t see any Russian involvement, did you? It certainly didn’t impact my vote in any way, shape or form. As this election saga continues, it is consuming millions of taxpayers’ dollars with whatever results to be ultimately subject to scrutiny, political interference and denial by political parties and presidential candidates. What a waste of time and money on a historical witch hunt that has both campaigns drinking vodka. We are becoming a sorry republic if we believe that Russia can influence our elections and how we vote. Nonsense! Fortunately, while the news folks cry and whine, the Trump administration has forged ahead and made considerable progress in “Making America Great Again.” The nation’s businesses are stronger, un-

employment has dropped to decade lows, and Wall Street is showing confidence in the American economy. I’ve never been a border-wall fan. I agree with the pope that we should be tearing down walls, not building them. But certainly, I believe in border security, which is already vastly improved. Trump will probably get his wall, and ironically, it will probably be built by partial Mexican labor. No doubt the “Dreamers” will be welcomed through a legal process, not by any executive order that has proven to be flimsy in fact and practice. Our immigration system needs to be fixed at all levels, not just along the Mexican border. President Trump is the best friend that these Dreamers will ever have because he wants to make them legal citizens, not executive-order guests, but through congressional legislation. He will save the Dreamers no matter what, bet on it. The best way to get the wall (that I don’t like) is to make it part of the upcoming major highway, bridge and reclamation bills that will stimulate the U.S. economy. Like it or not, a fact of life is how much gravy

Barbwire Bob

Another holiday season is history, a time of celebration, family, religion, dining, traveling, and a few days away from work. It appears that we’re entering the new year with high expectations for the economy, job creation and tax cuts. This will be an election year for local, state and national candidates, so politics will create an abundance of headlines and media attention. *** Having stated that, let’s begin with local government, and over at Arapahoe County, Jeff Baker has been elected by his colleagues as the new chairman of the Board of Commissioners. Kathleen Conti was elected to serve as chair pro tem and Bill Holen will serve as finance chairman. This is a very large county governed by the county commissioners without a county manager, so commissioners

elected officials bring back to their states. It appears that the economy is stimulated and that additional tax dollars will flow to the treasury. The new tax cuts will be seen in February payrolls as tax rates are lowered. The midterm November elections will focus on the impact of this new tax bill on people’s paychecks. President Trump is wagering that lowering taxes will benefit most Americans and bring business back to the United States. Voters in November will vote their pocketbooks. The rising national debt is a huge concern and we can expect rising inflation. That is one way to pay down the debt using cheaper dollars. The future of the national debt is at stake with this tax bill. Owning a home is one way to protect families from rising inflation, and lower interest rates will continue the boom in housing. While Washington haggles, the Colorado economy is getting stronger and the energy business is rebounding as oil climbed back above $60 this past week. The price of gas will rise, along with interest rates as we move into this exciting and challenging new year. The future looks bright.

I attended the Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club that meets the first Wednesday of every month at Maggiano’s in Centennial. The speaker was District Attorney George Brauchler, who dropped out of the governor’s race after Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced her candidacy for governor. Brauchler wisely changed horses and announced his run for attorney general, where he is well qualified to serve. For the chilly 7 a.m. meeting, the breakfast club had more than 100 in attendance to hear the popular Brauchler speak. He brought the group up to speed on the recent death of police officer Zackari Parrish, who was gunned down in an ambush last week, with a massive funeral held in his honor on Jan. 5. Cynthia Coffman was given

Nobody asked me, but …

Nobody asked me, but … We are all aware of the Ant and the Grasshopper story that told us how the Grasshopper died in the winter because he failed to work in the summer and provide food and shelter for himself. But John Fitzgibbons has sent me this different version of that same story which, unfortunately, applies to today’s society, and certainly deserves our attention. This version reads as follows: “The Ant works hard in the withering summer heat and rain, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter. The Grasshopper thinks the Ant is a fool and laughs, dances and plays the summer away. “Comes winter, the shivering Grasshopper calls a press conference and demands to know why the Ant should be allowed to be warm and well fed while he is cold and starving. “CBS, NBC, PBS, CNN and ABC all show up to provide pictures of the shivering Grasshopper next to a video of the Ant in his comfortable home with a table filled with food. “America is stunned by the sharp contrast! “How can this be, that in a country of such wealth, this poor Grasshopper is allowed to suffer so much? “Kermit the Frog appears on television with the Grasshopper and everybody cries when they sing ‘It’s Not Easy Being Green.’ “A demonstration is then staged in front of the Ant’s house, where the news stations film the group first singing ‘We Shall Overcome,’ and then kneel down to pray for the Grasshopper.” “All the liberal Democrats in Congress, led by former President Obama, exclaim in an interview on TV that the Ant has gotten rich off the back of the Grasshopper and they all call for and pass an immediate tax hike to make him pay his fair share. “The Ant is next fined for failing to hire a proportionate

the platform by chairman Myron Spainer, who showed what a class act she is, telling the audience that she was there to support Brauchler and not to campaign for herself. She stated that he is the No. 1 district attorney in the state in her experienced opinion and supports him to replace her as attorney general. Former Parker Mayor Greg Lopez, who was also in attendance, has also thrown his hat into the governor’s race. Newly elected Centennial Mayor Stephanie Piko was present, along with outgoing Mayor Cathy Noon. Piko was sworn-in Monday night. *** Having lunch at Zane’s last week, there was a longtime friend, retired lawyer Don Brenner, finishing his meal.

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number of ‘green bugs’ and having nothing left to pay his retroactive taxes. His home is confiscated by the liberal green Government and given to the Grasshopper. “This account ends with the Grasshopper and his freeloading friends finishing up the last bits of the Ant’s food while the government house he is in, which just happens to be the Ant’s old house, crumbles around them because the Grasshopper never maintained it. “The Ant disappeared in the snow never to be seen again, while the Grasshopper was found dead in a drug-related incident, and the house, now abandoned, is taken over by a gang of spiders who terrorize the onceprosperous and peaceful neighborhood. “The entire country soon collapses, bringing the rest of the free world with it.” Nobody asked me, but … After that serious social commentary, let me end up with a little Southern humor—such as—a young man from Mississippi came running into the store and said to his friend, “Somebody just stole your pickup truck from the parking lot.” His friend replied, “Did y’all see who it was?” The young man answered, “I couldn’t tell, but I got the license number.” The sheriff pulled up next to the guy unloading garbage out of his pickup into the ditch and asked, “Why are you dumping garbage in the ditch? Don’t you see the sign right over our head?” “Yep,” he replied. “That’s why I’m dumping it here, ‘cause it says ‘Fine for Dumping Garbage!’” Incidentally – Y’all kin say whut y’all want about the South, but y’all never hear o’ nobody retiring an’ movin’ North.”

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have many responsibilities. *** A press release announces an upcoming gubernatorial forum sponsored by Colorado Hispanic Republicans Jan. 17 at Imperium Event Center, 3051 West 74th Ave. in Westminster, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., with an admission charge of $10 in advance and $20 at the door. While quite far away from Barbwire Bob country, this forum is important because it features seven GOP candidates for governor in their first joint appearance. The only one missing is State Treasurer Walker Stapleton who has to be one of the frontrunners. The other seven hopefuls are Steve Barlock, Cynthia Coffman, Greg Lopez, Victor Mitchell, Doug Robinson, Jim Rundberg and Tom Tancredo. Visit bit. ly/2k35cnN for further information. ***

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Reverend Martin Niemoller “In Germany, the Nazis first came for the communists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn’t speak up because I wasn’t a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak for me!”

QUOTE of the WEEK I believe alienWEEK life QUOTE of the is quite common in the universe, although intelligent life is less so. Some say it has yet to appear on planet Earth. – Stephen Hawking


Opinion

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Public information and the First Amendment PERSPECTIVA

The governmation from the ments in Arapahoe OBSCURA District Attorney’s County have the Office on a court best public-inforcase, from the city mation officers I clerks, the Clerk have ever had the and Recorder’s Ofpleasure to work fice, or from Cherry with as a journalist. Creek Schools. They are knowlEven records BY BECKY OSTERWALD edgeable about at the Colorado open records and Bureau of Invesfreedom of the press, and in tigation are open and can my experience, they bend be accessed through public over backwards to get The information. Villager what we need to PIOs are on top of the rekeep our readers informed. quests for information and Whether that is inforknow how to help journalists

understand the complexities of a situation and the data they are providing. What the PIOs all understand is the open records in Colorado cover most documents in and around their offices. Of course, there are files that are off limits. But so many other records available to the public that would make most people’s heads spin. The PIOs know what and what cannot be released to the public. When a PIO is contacted about, say, a court case, they

will look up the case and send the information and any additional information that is requested. If they can’t find it, they generally refer me to other sources. When The Villager was looking for a booking photo, Vikki Migoya of the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office had to make several contacts in another county to track it down. Julie Brooks at the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office also tried to look for the photo. Both are on my nomina-

tion list for PIO of the Year! All this brings me to the fact that public information is vital to the discourse and wellbeing of the country by way of the First Amendment. Arguably, no other nation has installed in the fabric of its being the Fourth Estate as a coequal branch of government as another check and balance on the other three branches—executive, legislative or judicial. All four are important to the democracy of the United States of America.

I am truly growing nostalgic for the truth

A former political mentor of mine said to always tell the truth to your constituency. Without adhering to that principled rule, your political future will be brief. Political veracity has become, in recent years, less and less important while outright lies have become many politicians’ stock and trade. Take the recent Republican tax bill that was sold as a tax cut for the middle class.

Once the bill was signed by the president, it became apparent that is was clearly a bill that significantly reduced corporate tax rates, leaving the middle class to pay for the $1.5 trillion deficit. During a recent New York Times impromptu interview of President Trump, it was noted that he did not tell the truth or misled the reporter more than 24 times in the 20-minute interview. The

Washington Post reported that Trump has told more than 1,900 falsehoods “with many of them being rather easily proved wrong and/or frequently repeated” since becoming president. This public behavior of the president has been his standard practice going back to the day he falsely estimated the crowd size of the inauguration, his continued denial of any collusion with the Russians on the presidential election and his constant statements denying the overwhelming scientific evidence of climate

change. What would have happened if President Kennedy had denied the existence of nuclear-tipped missiles in Cuba in 1962 or if President Johnson denied the number of Americans killed in the Vietnam Tet offensive of 1968. Congress would have demanded the immediate impeachment of those presidencies. With today’s divided political environment, an in-depth analysis to discern facts from fiction is required. We cannot rely on our polarized media to help

in that difficult analysis. We must expend the effort to find independent sources to find the truth. In the 1960s and ‘70s, American citizens could rely on major newspapers and the three television networks to provide a truthful presentation of unbiased facts on our political environment and use those fair appraisals to seek the truth. Today, we can’t rely on the what come out of the mouths of our politicians or TV commentators. We are left to our own analytical skills to find the truth.

All Nippon Airways made the wrong call—and everyone knows it

Thanks to social-media creating a public-relations model Chrissy Teigen, who nightmare. while on a flight from Los Fifth, and most importantly, 208 passengers were Angeles to Tokyo tweeted greatly inconveabout her travel nienced. The idea disaster on an All of accommodating Nippon Airways two who boarded flight. the wrong flight by Four hours inconveniencing into the trip, with 206 other travelalmost 2,400 miles ers made no sense. behind them, the What about pascrew determined sengers traveling that one or two to see family or atpassengers were BY AARON HARBER tend an important not supposed to business meeting be on the flight. or a wedding or funeral? Did The passengers did not pose anyone from ANA ask if it a security risk, but the pilot would be OK if they were decided to turn around and delayed 12 hours? head back to LA. This was ANA’s first really bad decision. First, there was no medical emergency or security issue. Second, this decision forced ANA to incur costs related to traveling almost 5,000 miles—maintenance, wear and tear, cost of crews, fuel and other expenses related to a trans-Pacific flight. Third, crews are limited in the numbers of hours they fly. This meant members of this crew would not be able to fly their schedule and others would have to take their place at additional cost. Fourth, in this age of social media, ANA’s crew was tone deaf to the public-relations mess they were about to create. It would seem automatic for a captain to think about the ramifications of a stupid decision. Teigen has nine million followers on Twitter, and thanks to her, tens of millions ultimately were exposed to the story,

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The two “wrong” passengers should have taken responsibility. Given the information on the boarding passes, signage throughout the airport, announcements at the gate and before takeoff, it’s difficult to be on the wrong flight unintentionally. But if you’re wearing headphones and lost in another world, perhaps anything is possible. At the gate, the airline’s scanner either didn’t function properly or was overridden. When boarding passes were checked as passengers entered the plane, incorrect information was missed. When a seat count was

taken, the extra passengers weren’t noticed. Clearly, ANA needs to improve its systems. ANA’s second bad decision was to issue a statement saying it was 100 percent behind what the pilot did. The flight should have been completed. The first wayward passenger was headed to Tokyo, so he would have been fine. Any financial adjustments could have easily been addressed. The second errant passenger could have been put either on a flight to his final destination or back to LA. Given the level of activity at both of Tokyo’s airports, this

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would have been easy. Had ANA made the right decision, everyone would have been happy and thousands of dollars would have been saved. One has to wonder about the intelligence of the pilot and ANA executives still claiming he did the right thing. He didn’t—and everyone knows it. Frequent traveler Aaron Harber, who has accumulated almost 10 million award miles from airlines and hotels, is the host of “The Aaron Harber Show” seen on KCDOTV, ION Television, KPXCTV and Comcast.

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It was standing room only in the Centennial City Council chambers on Jan. 8 for the retirement of Mayor Cathy Noon and other outgoing councilmembers and the swearing-in of Mayor Stephanie Piko and newly elected members. Municipal Judge Ford Wheatley took center stage and swore in Piko as the third mayor in Centennial’s history, the first elected as a sitting mayor pro-tem. Centennial’s first Mayor Randy Pye also paid respects to the city he helped found. John Brackney, another city founder, was there too. Brian Vogt was also one of the original founders and is now CEO of the Denver Botanic Gardens. Noon was presented with gifts, including a street sign with her name emblazoned. With tearful eyes, the popular Mayor Noon bid goodbye to councilmembers, supporters and friends, saying “This seems like the longest goodbye, but tonight is finally the real end of a life’s chapter for me. From representing my HOA at ACCORD, where I learned about the incorporation effort to becoming Centennial’s second mayor, the past 18 years have been such an experience. I never ever planned on being in politics, but I do like to get things done—and done right in my view, at least, so I got involved. Serving for the right reasons can be exhausting, gut-wrenching, effective, re-

warding and heartwarming, all in the same day. But the people you meet, the issues you try to solve and the experiences you have make it all worthwhile.” She concluded, “The future of Centennial is bright and I’m looking forward to our new mayor and council taking us forward. Thank you to the citizens of Centennial for your trust in me, our wonderful staff and contractors for your hard work, all councilmembers that enriched our city, our partner agencies that provide vital services and my family and friends who gave me the strength and support to serve. It has been an honor.” Noon spoke fondly of her team members who were leaving the council due to term limits or 2017 election results. She thanked Doris Truhler for her service saying, “Doris, I know how much you love being on the council and how much you will miss serving. Your professional and community experience contributed to your work on council. … You were a champion of all things ice and snow. … When the flakes fall again, Centennial will be in a better place.” Noon continued here tributes, turning to Mark Gotto. She said, “You began your time with Centennial as a citizen on the Open Space Advisory Board and were ready to get to work when you hit the dais as a councilmember. … You focused on what you wanted to get done and worked with staff and council to make it happen. When Mark said, ‘let’s

meet for lunch, I need to talk about a few things,’ we were always worried about what he was cooking up. But he did his research, listened to our comments, and if he brought something forward, it was well thought out and ready for primetime. Noon saluted outgoing council member C.J. Whelan, who lost the mayoral election to Piko, stating, “C.J. and I met at [Centennial Council of Neighborhoods] representing our neighborhoods, so we have worked together a long time. He joined Centennial’s Liquor License Authority, spent years as a citizen representative on the Centennial Budget Committee, served on the Cunningham Fire Board and joined the council four years ago. He knows the issues and was always prepared for thoughtful dialogue on them. C.J. took on some of the most challenging topics for our subcommittees and did such a good job on those committees.” Noon concluded, “C.J. will leave a legacy with his leadership on our fiber project and the FiberWorks commission. His educational and professional experience was invaluable, and what a contribution to our city’s future. C.J. and his wonderful wife, Holly, graced our city events and truly have dedicated their lives to our community in many ways. Your future has lots of changes on the horizon, but I hope staying involved locally remains a part of it. I can’t thank you enough for your service, your friendship and the ice cream we have shared over the years.”


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The medium and the message Filmmaker uses his camera to tell the compelling stories behind nonprofits

As a kid growing up in Greenwood Village, Michael Sharon would often have his eye on the lens, capturing anything that moved on film, video or digital data. “As soon as I got a camera in my hands, it was like this feels very natural to me,” he said. By the time Sharon was 13, his natural third eye was producing films that would play Denver’s onetime Starz Film Center and capture the attention of The Villager in a feature story. “I had a huge fascination with espionage and spy stuff,” Sharon said. “I basically wrote a 50-minute movie script and recruited a bunch of my neighbors, friends and family and filmed it over the course of a couple months. I taught myself how to film and edit.” After graduating Cherry Creek High School, where he served as president of the film club, Sharon received more formal training at Colorado Film School, where he realized that the industry he loved was not always a bastion of glitz and creative freedom. “I originally had maybe the idea that I would go out and try the Hollywood approach,” he said, “but as I was going through film school, LA didn’t seem too appealing—a lot of politics, a lot of corruption in that city and system. So, I tried to find another way.” Sharon’s search for the right angle—camera and otherwise— came after thinking through what he truly loved about the art of telling stories on film. “From a really young age, I wanted to make narrative films and documentaries around human interest and try to spread the message of people in a positive light. I didn’t know exactly what it would look like for my career,” he said. The answer came in 2013 with the founding of Sharon’s 6162 Productions, a company that combines the filmmaker’s penchant for filmmaking with his intrinsic love for positive people stories—but this time with a purpose that went beyond “feel good” movies. What if Sharon could tell stories that could literally help people by making compelling fundraising films for charities, nonprofit organizations and

Michael Sharon and wife Dana attend the “premiere” of one of 6162’s videos at a fundraising event for Jewish Family Photos courtesy of 6162 Productions Services. mission-driven organizations? vices and Greenwood Village’s So many of the charity proCourageous Faces Foundation, motional videos Sharon had an organization that assists seen before emphasized fancy people whose faces have been graphics, talking heads and the touched by birth defect, disease 5,000-foot views of CEOs. What or tragedy. if these groups used actual 6162’s video for Courageous filmmaking technique—story Faces told the story of one man arcs, character, conflict, even whose rare condition resulted flashback—to tell their stories? in tumors all over his body. “We talk about the human “He is just the nicest guy and approach by really highlighting just a person at the end of the specific client stories within day,” Sharon said. “We told his the organization, as opposed story on camera and shared all to stacking numbers and stathe hardships of being outcast tistics,” he said. “We’re trying socially. He got really emotional to get more heartfelt emotions with how much the organizaand then bring it back to the tion had helped him with feelorganization as a whole. A lot ing more comfortable. They of videos we do are focused on made a customized suit for him one person’s story and how the organization touched their life.” where his tumors were. That was the first time any clothing 6162, the company that really fit him properly.” brought the idea to life, was Given the choice of contractnamed for Sharon’s childhood ing with more traditional corstreet address in Greenwood porate clients, Sharon, 29, says Village, the place where the he gets much more satisfaction young filmmaker’s healthy by working with mission-driven imagination first took root in organizations. the backyard with makeshift “It seems like nonprofits give sets and neighborhood casting. us a little more creative free“I wanted it to be more dom and they have a lot more personal, and that was the adinteresting stories,” he said. dress where I started my whole Although Sharon is commitcareer, so I thought it was a nice ted to his short-form niche, he homage to that,” he said. recognizes that some of the stoNow based in both Denver ries he is telling could eventualand Seattle, 6162 has produced ly become fodder for full-length videos for nearly 30 organizadocumentaries in their own tions. Many are played on the right, an expansion idea that screen at fundraising events remains on the backburner for and on social-media platforms. the time being. The firm’s rates are based on “I want to get these messagthe size of the organization, its es out there however that can budget and other factors. be achieved,” he said. “Right South metro clients have so now, this seems like the best far included Jewish Family Ser- approach.” Filmmaker Michael Sharon (right) interviews the Women’s Foundation of Colorado. The Cherry Creek High School graduate specializes in producing compelling fundraising videos mission-driven organizations.

County treasurer handles record volume of tax collections When President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on the Friday before Christmas, the laws for deducting property-tax payments for income taxes purposes were changed. On Dec. 26, the Arapahoe County Treasurer’s Office began hearing from taxpayers who wanted to prepay their property taxes due to the new law. As the week continued, lines of taxpayers wanting to make early payments were out the door of the Treasurer’s Office in Littleton and the phone system was overwhelmed with calls that quickly exceeded the system’s capacity. In just four days, by close of business on Dec. 29, the Treasurer’s Office had taken in about 3,500 early payments totaling $23.7 million in property taxes. By comparison, it accepted roughly 700 early payments totaling $3.6 million in 2016. “The Treasurer’s Office was pleased to provide the

additional services to the many taxpayers who chose to prepay their property taxes,” Treasurer Sue Sandstrom said. “With extraordinary effort and teamwork by the treasurer’s staff, all taxpayers who came into the office, called in on the phone, or contacted us by email had received the services they requested. This is a perfect example of how Arapahoe County takes seriously our pledge of ‘First in Service.’” Every year, the Treasurer’s Office collects nearly $1 billion in tax dollars and distributes these dollars to more than 360 taxing districts, such as schools, cities and towns, parks and recreation districts, as well as library and fire-protection districts. Beginning this week, Arapahoe County property owners can check their taxes online at.arapahoegov. com, by calling 303-795-4550 or by email at treasurer@ arapahoegov.com.

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Car crashes into Greenwood Village storefront The Drive Safe Colorado office was in shambles after the BMW was removed.

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Fire at desolate shopping center under investigation Columbine Square was in Littleton urban-renewal area

A no-injuries fire last week at the long-abandoned Columbine Square strip mall may have done as much improvement as anything else within Littleton’s last-remaining urban-renewal district. The center at South Federal Boulevard and Belleview Avenue, which was anchored by Safeway in its heyday, has been vacant for nearly four years and has been an unofficial center for the city’s homeless. Officials say no one was apparently in the one now-destroyed building when the fire erupted in the early morning hours of Jan. 3. South Metro Fire Rescue aided Littleton Fire Rescue in putting out the blaze. “Fire investigators are working with the chief building official to evaluate the property and determine a cause,” city spokeswoman Kelli Narde wrote in a statement. “There are no known injuries and no known occupants inside, however, evidence of homeless activity was found in and around buildings in the area. As the investigation continues special-

Littleton firefighters on the scene of last week’s fire at an abandoned strip mall.

ized equipment will be used to lift the collapsed roof to ensure there is nothing of significance underneath.” Narde had not returned a request for further comment at press time. City officials and business leaders have for years considered Columbine Square a public eyesore. The former shopping center has been a focal point for Littleton Invests for Tomorrow, the city’s beleaguered urban-renewal authority. According to LIFT’s web-

Courtesy of Littleton Fire Rescue

site, a “significant challenge associated with redevelopment of the Columbine Square area is the number of parcels owned by out-of-state interests, particularly those that are part of a larger portfolio of assets, whereas these often lack the attention received by those with a local presence and higher expectation of financial return.” Eighty-two percent of the heavily vandalized 14-building development has no fire sprinklers, according to the website.

Former Grandview security guard pleads guilty to sex assault

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A 30-year-old former security guard at Grandview High School pleaded guilty last week to one felony count of sexual exploitation of a child. Broderick Lundie also faces one count of misdemeanor sex assault. In April 2016, Aurora police received information about an inappropriate relationship be-

tween Lundie and by school personnel, we a Grandview stuwill hold that person acdent. The resulting countable. Know that this investigation led to office investigates any Lundie’s arrest last complaint about inapMay. propriate conduct involv“We are ening school personnel and titled to trust that will prosecute offenders. our children will Broderick Lundie There is no room for this be safe when they lascivious behavior in our are away from our protection community, let alone in our at school,” District Attorney public schools.” George Brauchler said. “When Sentencing is scheduled for they are victimized, especially March 21.


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Baker named Arapahoe County board chair Arapahoe County Commissioner Jeff Baker has been named chair of the 2018 Board of Commissioners with Commissioners Kathleen Conti serving as chair pro tem and Bill Holen serving as finance officer. The appointments made during a Jan. 2 public meeting are effective until the first meeting of 2019. Baker, who represents Dis-

trict 3’s unincorporated eastern Arapahoe County and portions of Aurora and Centennial, is a longtime county employee who left the staff in 2016 to run for commissioner. He served as chair pro tem in 2017. “I’m humbled by the confidence my fellow commissioners have shown in me to serve as chair this year,” Baker said. “I see my primary duty as

Medical Center of Aurora earns five-star rating on CMS Hospital Compare: TMCA is one of only seven hospitals in Colorado to receive designation

HCA/HealthONE’s The Medical Center of Aurora (TMCA) is one of the first hospitals in Colorado, and the only hospital in Aurora, to earn the prestigious five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Hospital Compare program. The overall rating summarizes a number of quality measures reflecting common conditions that hospitals treat, such as heart attacks or pneumonia. Hospital Compare has information about the quality of care at over 4,000 Medicare-certified hospitals across the country. The rating shows how well each hospital performed, on average, compared to other hospitals across the country. The overall rating ranges from one to five stars. The more stars, the better a hospital performed on the available quality measures. The most common overall rating is three stars. TMCA’s achievement reflects its dedication to teamwork and how well the physicians and nurses communicate with patients. Additionally, it recognizes multiple patient

quality metrics including overall staff responsiveness to patient needs; patient pain management; the thorough explanation of medications; and patient preparation for post hospital-settings. “We have long-held that exceptional teamwork is critical to a good patient experience,” says Dr. Dianne McCallister, chief medical officer, The Medical Center of Aurora. “It is because of teamwork in all of our units we are able to deliver beyond expectations. I’m proud of how everyone at TMCA continues to pull together and put the patient first in everything we do.” “This achievement reflects not only our high standards for patient care, but our continued commitment to improvement,” stated Dan Miller, president and CEO, The Medical Center of Aurora and Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital. He continued, “Every physician, nurse, tech, and staff member, regardless of his or her position, believes in advocating for the patient, looking for process improvement opportunities, and providing the best possible patient care. This achievement recognizes the daily commitment to their job.

chair to keep things moving, to conduct meetings as efficiently as possible, yet allow commissioners, staff and citizens to be fully heard and understood. For many people, coming to Littleton to participate in a public hearing about a matter that will impact their livelihood or property, it may well be the only interaction they ever have with government. I want them to feel welcomed and that their message was considered in our decisionmaking process.” Baker’s priorities include transportation, criminal-justice issues, economic devel-

opment countywide and the opening of the intergovernmental Unified Metropolitan Forensic Crime Lab, currently under construction in Douglas County. “Transportation, maintaining and improving our roads and bridge infrastructure is crucial to the economic vitality of our county,” Baker added. “I drive Arapahoe Road every day. I’ve seen the issues with I-225 bottlenecks approaching I-25. I feel the pain of commuters on I-70 or Quincy Road. I hope to bring some federal dollars, paid by our citizens, back to the county to

relieve traffic congestion and improve the safety of pedestrians, bicyclists, equestrians and the driving public.” Conti, who represents District 1, which includes Bow Mar, Cherry Hills Village, Columbine Valley, Englewood, Littleton, Sheridan, portions of Centennial and unincorporated north Arapahoe County, is serving her first term as and was finance officer in 2017. Holen, who is serving his second term representing Aurora’s District 5. In addition to Baker, Conti and Holen, the remaining members of the board include Commissioner Nancy Sharpe, who is serving her second term representing District 2, and Nancy Jackson, serving her second term representing District 4.

Toyota dealers bring holiday smiles to children’s faces

Hometown Toyota dealers partnered with nonprofit KidsGiving365 on Dec. 9 to create memorable moments by giving gifts, clothing and shoes to children in the Denver Housing Authority during the annual Santa’s Elves event at Denver’s Rude Recreation Center. Santa’s Elves is Colorado’s largest kids-giving-to-kids, faceto-face giving event, presenting those in the community with the opportunity to sign up and help underserved families. This year was the largest yet, serving more than 2,600 children. By partnering with Kidsgiving365, Toyota ensured that every outstanding wish list was fulfilled. “The team at Kidsgiving365 puts the kids first, and these volunteers sacrifice so much for others that we felt they were a great organization for us to lend our support to,” said Deck Hughes, president of the Denver Toyota Dealers Association. “Toyota is committed to families and this was a great opportunity for us to make a difference in our local community.” Upon arrival, families were greeted by Hughes and Briana Nelson, general manager of the Toyota Denver Region. There, they were presented with the gifts handpicked for them off their wish lists. Families received a variety of gifts from dolls to bikes and more.

This year’s Santa’s Elves event was the largest yet, serving more than 2,600 children with Christmas toys.

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One family, in particular, recently endured a terrible tragedy when their home burnt down. When the mother arrived, expecting to receive a few toys for her kids, she was instead surprised by Hughes, who had personally purchased a car full of household goods to replace those they had lost. The family was overwhelmed by this act of kindness and brought to tears.

“We want to continue to invest in our communities and this local organization is in our backyard,” Nelson said. “We are thankful that our hometown Toyota stores are passionate about getting the word out about the importance of serving those in need.” For more information on KidsGiving365, visit kids giving365.org.


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CLASSES

Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore. Bemis Public Library, 6014 S. Datura, Littleton.

SOCIAL

Classes start Jan. 12. Teach your child cursive at home using fun tools and materials. Classes start in libraries in your area. Call Suzanne 720-684-8119 for details.

Stamping Out the Stigma of

Jan. 27, 6 p.m. cocktail reception, 7:30 p.m. ballroom opens, 8 p.m. dinner, 8:45 p.m. live auction, desserts, dancing. Hyatt Regency Denver at the Colorado Convention Center, 650 15th St., Denver. Chairperson: Jameson (Jamie) Smith, President, St. Joseph Hospital.

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Guitarist Jerry Barlow

Jan. 13, 2 p.m. Traditional music from the British Isles and his own original Celtic-inspired compositions. Bemis Public Library, 6014 S. Datura St., Littleton. Info: 303-795-3961.

An Evening with Grammy Nominee Bobby Messano

Jan. 13, 8 p.m. A Blues legend. Castle tours, appetizers and a cash bar. Cherokee Ranch and Castle in Sedalia. RSVP: cherokee ranch.org

Author Helen Thorpe

Jan. 16, 7 p.m. Thorpe’s The Newcomers follows the lives of 22 immigrant teenagers throughout the course of the 2015-16 school year as they land at South High School in Denver. Bemis Public Library, 6014 S. Datura, Littleton.

Wine Glass Decorating

Jan. 17, 6-8 p.m. Free night of decorating wine glasses with tips and instructions from local creative artists. ViewHouse Eatery, Bar and Rooftop. RSVP: Kari@viewhouse.com

ACC hosts Littleton Public Schools Arts Exhibition

Jan. 17-Feb. 6. Mon-Fri. from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Open Tuesdays until 7 p.m. Closing reception Feb. 6, 5-7 p.m. (light refreshments will be served). Colorado Gallery of the Arts at Arapahoe Community College. Info: Anna Spillen at aspillen@lps.k12.co.us.

Music with a Mission Concert Series

Jan. 19, 7 p.m. Forte Handbell Quarter. To benefit Covenant Cupboard Food Pantry. Based in Colorado Springs, Forte is a nationally recognized, advanced handbell quartet performing a wide variety of styles. A free concert with a “love offering.” Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 8545 E. Dry Creek Rd., Centennial.

Spectrum Dance Theater

Jan. 26, 7:30 p.m. World-renowned dancers, actress Julie Briskman as Mead and Donald Byrd as Baldwin. A Rap on Race excavates the truths buried in the facts of this cultural artifact.

Newman Center. Tickets: 303-871-7720. Now-Jan. 26. 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Plunge into fantastic places and meet amazing creatures. 10035 S. Peoria St., Lone Tree. Tickets: 303-315-9444 or visit cusouthdenver@denver. edusouthdenver.cu.edu All shows Wed.-Sunday only.

29 Years of Cowboy Heritage, Traditions and Entertainment

Jan. 18-21. Colorado cowboy poetry gathering. Three evening performances, two full-days of sessions and a Sunday matinee. Award-winning cowboy poets and musicians from the American West, Canada and Australia. At the American Mountaineering Center, 710 10th St., Golden. Free parking. Tickets: ColoradoCowboyGathering.com.

Off the Clock: Cajun Carnival

Feb. 2, 6-9 p.m. Celebrate Mardi Gras early at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Tickets: botanicgardens.org

Augustana Arts Presents Stratus Chamber Orchestra

Feb. 2 and 3. Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m. “Dreams and Aspirations” featuring guests from the Lighthouse Writers Workshop and Picture Me Here, a storytelling fellowship for refugees and immigrants new to Denver. First Plymouth Congregational Church, 3501 S. Colorado Blvd., Englewood. Feb. 3, at Augustana Lutheran Church, 5000 E. Alameda Ave., Denver. Tickets: 303-388-4962, online at ugustanaArts.org or at the door.

Burning Love: Elvis Live!

Feb. 17, 7 p.m. Valentines tribute with Elvis impersonator Aaron Black. Please wear retro evening wear or costumes. Dancing, dinner, a teddy bear, scarf, and photo ops with the King after the show. Cherokee Ranch and Castle in Sedalia. RSVP: cherokeeranch.org

Great Music from the Arts: From the Movies

Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m. at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton. Award-winning and gorgeous scores from cinema. Info: littletonsymphony.org or call 303933-6824.

CLUBS

Cancer League of Colorado Special Membership Event

Feb. 1, 6-9 p.m. sponsored by Specialty Appliance, 8775 E. Orchard, Greenwood Village. Info: cancer league.org/about-us/membership

CONVENTIONS

Colorado Water Congress Annual Convention

Jan. 24-26. Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center. Prof. Elon Adar from the Zuckerberg Institute for Desert Research at the Ben-Gurion Univ. of the Negev will speak on arid zones hydrology and Middle East water issues on Thursday morning. Afternoon will feature Robert Crifasi’s book A Land Made from Water: Appropriation and the Evolution of Colorado’s Landscape Ditches and Water Institutions, plus a variety of seminars and speakers for two days. RSVP: 303-837-0812

EDUCATION

Free aNutrition Classes

Jan. 24, 11:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. Free heart-health nutrition class (“Sitting is the new Smoking”) at the South Denver Heart Center. Presented by Susan Buckley, RD, CDE. To register, call 303-744-1065, southdenver.com. Jan. 29, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. free hearthealth nutrition class (“Current Diets and Weight Loss”) at the South Denver Heart Center. Presented by Susan Weikhunat, RD, CDE. To register, call 303-744-1065, southdenver.com.

Free educational classes

Jan. 15, 1:30-2:30 p.m. (Anticoagulation basics) “Through Thick and Think: Learn to Live with Warfarin/Coumadin. The class will help patients to make good decisions about what can affect this medication and how to monitor it appropriately. To register, call 303-744-1065, southdenver.com. Jan. 22, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. (Diabetes, Prediabetes and Insulin Resistance.) Join Susan Weithunat, RD, CDE as she teaches the ins and outs of diabetes and how to control blood sugar. To register, call 303-744-1065, southdenver. com.

EVENT

Orchard Showcase at Denver Botanic Gardens

Jan. 11- Feb. 19. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Orangery and Marnie’s Pavilion. The Showcase is a great Valentine’s Day activity. Tickets: botanicgardens.org

Author Special Reading and Talk

Jan. 12, 3:30 p.m. Set against the backdrop of the Tattered Cover bookstore where the author Matthew Sullivan worked for four years.

Mental Illness

Jan. 13, 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. NAMI volunteers share their stories of personal journey with mental illness to provide free education, skills training and support. Presenters: Linda Rinehart and Ty Smith. Sponsored by: National Alliance on Mental Illness of Arapahoe/Douglas Counties. Koelbel Library, 5955 S. Holly St., Centennial. A free event. Many of the executive board members of NAMI will also be present.

Denver Sister Cities International Annual Meeting

Jan. 18, 6 p.m. to honor the volunteers and growth. Keynote: Ambassador Daniel Bale. Yak and Yeti restaurant, 9755 E. Hampden Ave. RSVP: 303-832-1336.

Stephen H. Hart Awards at History Colorado

Jan. 31, 5:30-8 p.m. History Colorado will honor five exemplary preservation and archaeology projects at the awards event at the History Colorado Center at 1200 Broadway in Denver. The events party of Colorado Preservation, Inc.’s Saving Places Conference. RSVP to jonathan. raab@state.co.us by Jan. 24. Drinks and light fare will be served. Info: coloradopreservation. org

Valentine’s Day celebration

Feb. 14, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Denver Clerk and Recorder/Public Trustee Debra Johnson’s 11th annual Valentine’s Day event. Judges and clergy will perform free marriage ceremonies for couples. Food and beverages will be available for them. Drawings will be held for gifts from local businesses, elected officials and other city agencies. Marriage licenses are $30. Webb Building, 201 W. Colfax Ave., Dept. 101. Info: Mica Ward, 720-913-4866.

Englewood Police Citizens

Academy

March 7-May 7, the academy will be held on Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m., at Englewood Police Dept. Graduation will be held at City Council meeting on Monday, May 7. Register: Toni Arnoldy, 3615 S Elati St., Englewood or tarnoldy@ englewoodco.gov. You will be notified by mail of your acceptance. Space limited.

Art Source Sale

Ongoing. All framed art 60-percent off, unframed loose art 60-percent off, closing out all poster prints. Prices $7.50 to $15. Beautiful custom mirrors. Also featuring wide variety of art and posters in traditional, contemporary and mountain-rustic styles. 1111 W. Evans Ave., Suite C, Denver. Call 303-936-4212.

SANCTUARY

Jan. 14, 8, 9:30 and 11 a.m. services. The Wellshire church Sanctuary at 2999 S. Colo. Blvd. will be closed for approximately nine months for renovation. Look for parking and entrances signs.

2018 Denver Heart Ball

SPORTS

14th Annual Cherry Creek Baseball Hall of Fame

Feb. 10, 5:30 p.m. Hilton Inverness Hotel and Conference Center. The 2012 Cherry Creek AABC-17U World Series Championship Team will be inducted in addition to six new members: Alex Blackford, Mike Krach, Gordon Staab, Tim Hatfield, Josh Weisber and Dr. Michael Keirns. Master of Ceremonies, Garth Jax and Keynote Speaker, Brad Lidge, 2008 World Series winning closer for the Philadelphia Phillies and alumni of Cherry Creek High School. Coach Marc Johnson celebrates his 46th year at CCHS. Tickets: jackiemielnicki@comcast.net or 720-939-0567 orgaye@themartingroup.us or 303-475-3128.

WHAT’S NEW?

Free Overflow Parking for Stock Show Guests

Jan. 13, 14, 15, and 20. 8:30 a.m. until last car leaves. Garage at Coors Field will be open for overflow parking. The garage at 27th St. and Blake St. is free. Complimentary shuttles will run every 15-20 minutes. Visit national western.com or call 303-293-5295.

OBITUARY

Edward T. O’Brien Jr. 1938-2018

Edward T. O’Brien Jr. passed away in his sleep on Jan. 1. He was born June 26, 1938 in Denver to Ed Sr. and Florence O’Brien. He went to Garland Country Day School, East High School and University of Colorado, served in the Coast Guard and was past president of Lions Club. O’Brien followed in his father’s footsteps as an insurance broker with E. T. O’Brien Agency, established in 1932 by Ed Sr., and retired as president of the agency in 2014. His favorite things were being with his family, having a good conversation and the Denver Broncos. O’Brien is survived by his wife Danielle, his children Ellen, Edward, Chantal and Kevin, their spouses and seven grandchildren, Patrick, Emma, Ryan, Lily, Teddy, Kenna and Brooklyn. Services were held Jan. 6 at Good Shepherd Catholic Church.

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Autos

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Rotary engine gone — modern-day Mazda3 is impressive BY H. THROTTLE AUTO COLUMNIST

2018 Camry XLE delivers economy and performance BY H. THROTTLE AUTO COLUMNIST I’m growing fond of hybrids, and the technology keeps improving with higher engine horsepower support and variable-speed transmissions. The 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE sedan is about as good as hybrid cars come. Factory-rated 46 mpg is the stated mileage, but during the test drives the system was averaging 56. West Texas crude oil breached $60 a barrel at year’s end and the price of gasoline is around $2.49 a gallon. It is quite likely that oil will continue to creep higher, and gasoline by next year could be around $3 a gallon. Not too bad considering a bottle of water sells for $1.50. Looking further down the automotive road one can see more hybrids. There are hydrogen-fueled cars already in California and many more electric car options, such as Volt, Leaf and Tesla. Electricity production, fueled by natural gas, appears to be the primary energy source of this decade. The performance of hybrid cars, such as the new Toyota Camry, is stunning. The engine is a 2.5L fourcylinder, delivering with the hybrid system 208 horsepower. The four-door sedan has an electronic variable transmission with sequential shift with a choice of gear ranges. The driver can select drive modes of EZ (battery power) normal, sport and eco. The normal range was highly acceptable in performance and the sport option is very impressive. The eco mode was also excellent for stan-

dard freeway performance and attaining maximum fuel economy. This Camry XLE has final assembly in Georgetown, Ky. and is very attractive in both design and craftsmanship. The test model had attractive metallic “blue crush” paint. The appearance, size and performance of this vehicle is a buyer’s dream at $32,250, loaded with many safety and luxury features. Toyota has pioneered many of the new safety features that enhance driver and passenger safety. The SST, (Smart Stop Technology) prevents striking a forward object and is one of the best new features showing up on many new vehicle brands. Further safety features include pedestrian detection, lane-departure alert, blindspot detection and rear-cross traffic alert. This feature worked for me as another car suddenly dashed behind me pulling out of a grocerystore parking area. The car saw the oncoming vehicle before me and immediately stopped. The Camry is loaded with technology, smartphone controls and attachments, and an easy-to-operate radio and navigation system. Rear seating is comfortable for passengers and there is a spacious trunk. The nickel-metal hydride battery system is guaranteed for eight years and 100,000 miles for hybrid components. Amazing high-fuel economy in comfort and style with powerful performance makes this 2018 Camry XLE very desirable.

Barbwire Bob Don, many years ago, did a column for The Villager called “Ask Your Lawyer.” Don likes to play golf and was a law partner of Phil Lowry decades ago. As a Democrat, he doesn’t care for President Trump, but being Jewish it would seem that he should be pleased about Trump recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. We didn’t dwell on politics, but on all of the friends we have jointly known down through the 35 years that I’ve known Don. It was good to see him and remember many of the names of people and places we discussed. The food is so good at the Novaks’ new place in Marina Square. *** Some news on the whereabouts of former Gov. Bill Owens, who is the Jan. 23 speaker

Memories of Mazda. I’m reminded of its adventure decades ago into a different kind of gasoline engine that was rotary style, daring and different—it never captured the market place and Mazda has returned to a Skyactiv G2.5L that produces an amazing 184 horsepower without turbo boosting. This engine power package is linked to a six-speed Skyactiv six-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel paddle shifters. This 2018 Mazda3 Grand Touring sedan is impressive in style, comfort and performance. The Mazda3 is manufactured in Japan with labor and materials. The quality continues to be what has driven these cars to be so successful around the world with growing demand. As we enter 2018, U.S. car customers are enjoying a very competitive marketplace in both quality, variety and pricing. Driving and considering a new or used-car purchase should depend upon comparing apples to apples and oranges to oranges. The lemons have disappeared and virtually all 2018 cars have admirable features, designs, safety equipment and lasting warranties. The best way to look at these new automobiles is what is best for you, your family, children and price level you wish to purchase. Also, is the car for pleasure, work, business, distant commute, soccer mom, or in Colorado mountain trips and inclement weather? Generally speaking in cars, you get what you pay for, but competition has made this an exciting menu of standard and optional features. Most American like optional equipment and will pay the price for upgraded radio, navigation and safety features. Over the life of the vehicle, these features really make a difference in comfort, safety and as Mazda states, “harmony between the car and the driver.” This is only the second Mazda product ever test driven. This sedan is impressive, loaded with features and optional equipment, with a final package price of $29,770. Dealer sales and incentives and optional equipment choices can vary price considerably. The first impression on the Mazda3 are the plush bucket

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at the Lincoln Club on Jan. 24 at 11:30 a.m. at Denver Athletic Club. His topic will be “Reflections on 100 Years of the Lincoln Club of Colorado.” There have only been two Republican governors in the past 50 years, Owens and John Love. Reservations $25/ 303-223-1183 or cmurray@bhfs.com *** On the Democratic side of the aisle, U.S. Rep. Jared Polis seems favored by many, who believe he has the business acumen, finances and experience to be a strong gubernatorial candidate. But not to be overlooked is Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne, who is favored by Gov. John Hickenlooper and his political organization. It is possible that Colorado voters could face a choice between two women seeking the

governor’s office, Lynne and Cynthia Coffman. The new primary election laws need some explanation and award-winning News Editor Peter Jones will be updating potential voters on the primary election ballot procedures with information from county Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane. County officeholders will be on the ballot this year. *** Making a visit to Cherry Hills Village will be Democratic 1st Congressional District Rep. Diana DeGette on Friday, March 23, 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., at the community room in the safety facility building at the city center. DeGette represents. Cherry Hills and Englewood as part of the district she has served for many years. She is up for election in 2018.

seats, so comfortable and leather trimmed. Front seats are heated, along with a heated steering wheel and outside mirrors. The heated seats and steering wheel were welcome with Stock Show weather arriving. The cabin is compact. Japanese people are not as large as Americans, so everything is slightly smaller along the interior and exterior. This is a grand touring four-door sedan with tight rear seating with folddown capacity and rear-lift gate. The car is nimble, quick, with sassy speed enhanced by the paddle shifting. It is easy to be the first car away from the stop sign and still averaging 30 mpg of regular fuel. Mazda3 has an overall perfect 5-star safety rating by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that tests all cars sold in the United States. Safety equipment includes

the newer lane-departure system that beeps a warning when crossing a highway painted lane. Smart City brake support helps avoid striking a forward object in heavy city traffic that we all encounter these days and that will only grow worse in future years. The “soul red metallic” paint is really sharp, along with the snappy design. The car is low to the ground and that could be a challenge in deep snow. This model is not listed as an allwheel drive vehicle. The height of the vehicle and low center of gravity creates a little more road chatter than normal. A very welcome optional feature is the traffic-sign recognition that puts the speed limits on the windshield in the driver’s view. Overall, this is a grand touring vehicle with an attractive price.


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FLEURISH

Ferrari of Denver holiday fête benefits kids Massive annual toy drive for Colorado Children’s Hospital

Ferrari of Denver held its annual Holiday Toy Drive at the packed showroom. Thousands of toys bound for Children’s Hospital were under and surrounding the lighted tree while revelers enjoyed entertainment and refreshments as a reward for their contributions.

Photo by Tommy Collier Fur and YSL vintage jewelry from Dan Sharp

Steve Wiskow, whose hats include director of philanthropy, and dealership manager Mark Dismuke

Dr. Jeffrey Schmidt of Schmidt Facial Plastic Surgery offered substantial portions of his services to the charity. Photos by Scottie Taylor Iverson

ABOVE: A red Ferrari makes an excellent sleigh for Santa. LEFT: Even partner Tiffany got in to the act of giving for kids. Gail Johnson, who with Shelley Lucas planned the brunch, outgoing treasurer Lisa Corley, and Judy McNeil, who presented the memory book, surround New York Times bestselling author Tommy Spaulding, who signed each book, “Love, Tommy.” Children’s Diabetes Foundation Guild’s newly-installed executive board includes Corresponding Secretary Carol Kaiser, Recording Secretary Chris Petre, Treasurer Lori Finch, President-elect Cheryl Lebsock and President Barb Oberfeld.

CDF Guild installs officers and hears from award-winning author

The annual meeting and installation of officers hosted by the Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation was held at Denver Country Club. In addition to the busy schedule of events, fundraising and building awareness recapped by President Marian Rewers, M.D., Ph.D., left, Christy Alberts, $75,000 executive director of the Barbara Davis was presented to Dr. Center for Diabetes, was presented with Marian Rewers, ex$75,000 from President Christy Alberts, ecutive director of the who will remain on the executive board Barbara Davis Center as immediate past president. for Diabetes. The same

amount will go to Dr. Robert Slover, director of pediatrics at the center. Of note, the Helping Hands program was extremely powerful. Jewels for Hope raised more than $56,000, and the total raised by the Guild was more than $470,000. In addition to many positive and reflective reports from officers, the inspirational and humble guest speaker received a standing ovation. Author Tommy Spaulding has written two books. Both have

been on the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. He is known as a leadership expert and as a nationally acclaimed speaker, wearing the title “Best Keynote.” He makes a connection from the head to the heart. His recent book, The Heart Led Leader, was a gift to every person there, and his stories, especially his own, shared from the book were riveting. Spaulding interviewed 300 leaders, but narrowed his presentation for

this meeting to three – each distinctive, including Columbine High School’s Principal Frank DeAngelis, who turned around the culture of that learning environment after the tragedy. “Every day we have a chance to love and serve people,” said Spaulding, who was raised in upstate New York. His mantra is “leading with love, yields results.” In the case of CDF, which he praised, it is not only working for a cure, but caring.


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Journeying on for Rotary BY GLORY WEISBERG CONTRIBUTOR The word polio is still feared by many people around the world, and for good reason. In the developed world, many people were once warned not to use public swimming pools, which were once thought to spread the crippling virus. Back in the 1950s, as some may recall, the first polio antivirus came in a sugar cube containing the vaccine, brought a pink promise and for millions restored the joy of summer. That safety didn’t entirely saturate the world, as Syria, Pakistan and Afghanistan continue struggling with polio. Rotary International has and is continuing its mission of preventing polio. Down from millions of sufferers, last year only 21 new cases were reported in the entire world. Last week, Rotary International District 5450 clubs gathered for dinner and an update on the fight to end polio. The Gates Foundation heavily supports the vaccine effort and sent spokeswoman Rachel Lonsdale to give details on the eradication effort. Donations to the End Polio Now campaign that night were matched, two to one, by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Benefit Concert

John Denver Tribute The John Adams Band & the photography of John Fielder

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Feb 2018 7:30 pm

General Admission $37.25 ~ V.I.P $47.25 ~ Children $15 For more Information: Call Vince 773-266-1441

Rotary Club District Gov. Abbas Rajabi and immediate past president Bill Downes Photo by Glory Weisberg Rotary International’s President Ian Riseley’s talk was a winner, focusing on “Rotary Making a Difference,” the organization’s theme for 2017-18. Log onto rotary.org for details. There are 35,000 Rotary

International clubs with 1.2 million members throughout the world. Each club has its own fundraising options. There are several clubs in the Denver’s southsuburban communities and many more in the metropolitan area.

"The concert proceeds benefit the Summit County based family respite program which provides stress-free, restorative and memory making time together for families who have a loved one with a life-threatening diagnosis such as cancer."

Colorado Ballet Gala Feb. 22

PROVIDED BY SAVE THE DATE FOR COLORADO BALLET The evening beAn Evening gins with a cocktail reception featuring in Verona surprise boxes doA ROMEO AND JULIET nated by John Atencio and a wine and spirits pull provided THURSDAY FEB by Bubbles Liquor 2018 World. Entertainment on the Ellie stage will include the famous balcony scene from Romeo & Juliet performed by Colorado Ballet dancers and a piece choreographed to Arrow Electronics Five ELLIE CAULKINS OPERA HOUSE Years Out Overture. coloradoballet.org/gala The emcee for the evening is Aimee Caplis and the auctioneer is lon and the “Capulet” Loge, Doug Tisdale. followed by dessert served Highlights of the live in the “Streets of Verona” auction will include: a CenEllie Lobby and dancing on tral Coast Wine Adventure the stage of the Ellie. at Epoch Estate Wines in The Gala committee, Paso Robles, California; a chaired by Anne and Jim one day interior design con- Hillary includes Liz Arnold, sultation by Boland Lord Edie Bell, Kristin Bender, Design, interior paint by Radhika Black, Nancy BoSherwin Williams and labor land, Blake Brown, Allie from Imhoff Fine ResidenCoppeak, Colleen Curran, tial Painting for a residence; Christie Del Ciotto, Denae a private short performance Duesler, Steve Edmonds, by Colorado Ballet dancers Erin Ferris Dollarhide, and gourmet dinner preKaye Ferry, Alyson Graves, pared by Chef Kevin Taylor Jan Hammond, Duke Hartat Cableland, the official man, Linda Heiss, Nancy residence of the Mayor of Hemming, Amber Human, Denver; and a party for 10 Liz Katkin, Deb Kelly, Kris children including lunch Kerr, Joe Maslowski, Kris with characters from Oz at McMullan, Kingsley Parsa Larimer Square venue, ley, Jackie Rotole, Julie plus tickets to a perforSachs, Denise Sanderson, mance of Colorado Ballet’s Adam Sexton, Jane Soderberg, Susan Stiff and Susan new production of The Struna. Wonderful Wizard of Oz. For additional informaAn Italian themed dinner tion, visit our website at will be served in the “Montague” Chambers Grant Sa- www.coloradoballet.org/gala. Advertorial

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TCA receives a national landscape award of excellence

Terracare AssociatesTCA, Monarch Landscape Company announced Jan. 9, that it had been selected for an Award of Excellence- Merit Award by the National Association of Landscape Professionals in the commercial landscape management for multi-use properties category for services TCA provides the City of Centennial at Centennial Center Park. Recognized regionally and nationally as an award-winning park, the 11-acre park includes a 5,000-person amphitheater, a Nautilus water play area, a large shel-

ter and plaza. This park has surpassed its goal of providing a strong sense of community. TCA has worked with the city to achieve this goal by reducing the landscaping water demands in the park through the installation of drought-tolerant grasses and plants, including a xeric garden with plants native to Colorado. Each year, the National Association Landscape Professionals Awards of Excellence recognizes exceptional landscape, lawn care, and interior plant scape design projects from around the nation. This

year only, 136 awards were bestowed for maintenance, design/build or contracting projects across the United States. Terracare is proud to have this on-going project be included in their annual selection. “It’s a team effort to ensure our customer’s properties are well maintained and are promoting water conservation. We are thrilled to receive national recognition for a job well done allowing us to celebrate our successful partnership with our customers and employees” said Dean Murphy, president of Terracare Associates.

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ARAPAHOE COUNTY WARRANTS REPORT FOR 12/01/2017 TO 12/31/2017 FUNDS SUMMARY: 10........................................................ General Fund ............ 4,678,952.20 11 ........................................................ Social Services ............ 732,304.15 12........................................................ Electronic Filing Te ......... 11,673.00 14........................................................ Law Enforcement Auth ... 21,293.62 15........................................................ Arapahoe / Douglas W ... 70,318.89 16........................................................ Road and Bridge .......... 606,482.47 19........................................................ Communications Netwo ... 3,754.26 20........................................................ Sheriff’s Commissary ..... 38,406.36 21........................................................ Community Developmen 158,691.72 26........................................................ Grants .......................... 582,181.91 28........................................................ Open Space Sales Tax 685,327.50 29........................................................ Homeland Security - .... 308,741.12 33........................................................ Building Maintenance .... 39,540.51 34........................................................ Fair Fund ....................... 10,638.30 41........................................................ Capital Expenditure ..... 387,968.31 42........................................................ Infrastructure ............. 2,305,264.45 43........................................................ Arapahoe County Recr ... 11,117.37 62........................................................ Lease Purchase Agre ..... 2,500.00 70........................................................ Central Services .......... 196,947.63 71........................................................ Self-Insurance Liabi ....... 11,227.11 73........................................................ Self-Insurance Worke .... 79,297.25 74........................................................ Self-Insurance Denta ..... 99,865.58 84........................................................ E-911 Authority............. 234,674.25 91........................................................ Treasurer .................. 7,099,507.93 TOTAL ................................................................................. 18,376,675.89 _______________________________________ PREPARED BY _______________________________________ APPROVED BY FUND REPORT - 10 General Fund 4 A LLC ............................................... Services and Other ........ 11,135.00 A2M4SEEN LLP ................................. Supplies ............................... 689.88 AA MOWING & LANDSCAPE ............ MISC. .................................... 15.00 AAPEX LEGAL SERVICES ................ Services and Other ............... 84.50 ABDULWEHAB MOSSA..................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 ABEAM CONSULTING USA LTD ....... Services and Other ........ 48,730.00 ABELMAN LAW OFFICE ................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 ABELMAN LAW OFFICES ................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 ABSOLUTE ENTERPRISES INC ....... MISC. .................................... 30.00 ACOUSTICS SYSTEMS INC ............. Services and Other .............. 300.00 ACSO EMPLOYEE TRUST FUND ..... MISC. ................................... 982.00 ADAMSON POLICE PRODUCTS ...... Supplies ........................... 1,814.00 ADVANCED NETWORK MANAGEMENT INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 4,250.00 AED EVERYWHERE.......................... Supplies ............................... 422.50 ALAN MCCLINTOCH ......................... Services and Other .............. 642.21 ALIYAH GRAHAM .............................. MISC. .................................... 60.10 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ............................................................ Supplies ............................... 300.09 ALLEGIANT MORTUARY TRANSPORT LLC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 5,654.00 ALLIED ELECTRONICS, INC ............ Supplies .............................. 713.67 ALSCO ............................................... Supplies ................................ 55.00 AMANDA SLATES .............................. Services and Other ............. 113.15 AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOCIATION ............................................................ Supplies ................................ 30.00 AMERICAN INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLY ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 2,421.30 AMERICAN TIRE DISTRIBUTORS INC ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 210.32 AMY BOSSERMAN ............................ Services and Other ............... 23.54 ANDERSON & KREIGER LLP ........... Services and Other ............. 855.00 ANDREA PENNINGTON .................... Supplies ................................ 12.95 ANDREA RASIZER ............................ Services and Other ............... 65.48 ANDREW CORNELL.......................... Services and Other ............... 69.13 ANGELA STANTON ........................... Services and Other ................. 8.96 AQUA SERVE .................................... Services and Other ............. 166.00 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX...... Services and Other ........ 19,235.00 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX...... Supplies ....................... 185,659.27 ARAPAHOE COUNTY 4H HORSE ADVISORY ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 183.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS ..... Supplies ......................... 10,000.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 50.96 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ............................................................ Supplies ........................... 3,994.94 ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT ...... Services and Other ........ 11,515.16 ARAPAHOE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER INC ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 20,722.50 ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 46,162.66 ASHLEY YANT ................................... Services and Other ............... 36.31 ASPIRE HR INC ................................. Services and Other ........ 16,607.57 AT&T MOBILITY II LLC ...................... Services and Other ............. 200.34 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH .............. Services and Other ........ 44,003.33 AUTOMATED RECOVERY SYSTEMS OF NM ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 AUTOZONE STORES INC ................. Supplies .............................. 456.78 AUZIMI CONSULTING LLC ............... Services and Other ........ 18,285.00 BARBARA PETERSON ...................... Services and Other ............. 156.33 BASELINE ASSOCIATES INC ........... Services and Other .......... 2,660.00 BATTERY SYSTEMS INC .................. Supplies .............................. 797.29 BC SERVICES INC ............................ MISC. .................................... 70.00 BENJAMIN SWARTZENDRUBER ..... Services and Other ............. 140.80 BETH A KINSKY ................................. Services and Other ............... 40.00 BLANCHARD TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 11,012.29 BORENSTEIN & ASSOCIATES LLC.. MISC. .................................. 849.63 BRADFORD HOFFERBERTH ........... MISC. .................................... 15.00 BRC/HARRIS INC .............................. Services and Other ............. 580.28 BRENDA ELATABANI ........................ MISC. .................................... 25.00 BRENDA SIMONS.............................. Services and Other ................. 5.07 BRETT ROBSON ............................... Services and Other ............. 152.58 BRIAN BOSTWICK ............................ Services and Other ............. 192.44 BRIAN GILPATRICK ........................... Services and Other ............... 36.38 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 54.99 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 103.10 BRIDGET GURULE............................ Services and Other ............. 306.10 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC ...... Supplies ........................... 1,247.62 BRYAN D WEIMER ............................ Services and Other ............. 266.97 C-WORX LLC ..................................... MISC. ............................... 3,182.00 CAITLIN MOCK .................................. Services and Other ............. 155.63 CANDICE MARTINEZ ........................ Services and Other ............... 25.47 CANON BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 49.78 CAROL JEPPSEN .............................. Services and Other ............... 17.92 CAROLINE HOGAN/PETTY CASH ... Services and Other ............... 45.00 CASEY SMITH ................................... Services and Other ............... 14.23 CASSANDRA SALE ........................... Services and Other ............. 171.10 CDW GOVERNMENT ........................ Services and Other ........ 12,193.83 CDW GOVERNMENT ........................ Supplies ........................... 1,700.57 CENTENNIAL ROTARY FOUNDATION INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 255.00 CERRO GORDO COUNTY AUDITOR ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC ......... Services and Other ............. 178.48 CHARLOTTE ANN BUSTOS.............. MISC. .................................... 50.00 CHEMATOX LABORATORY INC ....... Services and Other ............... 50.00 CHERRY HILLS COMMUNITY CHURCH ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 300.00 CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66 ....... Services and Other ............. 358.80 CHRIS OR RICH PLAFFMANN ......... Services and Other ............. 200.00 CHRISTOPHER CLARK .................... Services and Other ............. 231.00

LEGALS

CHRISTOPHER CLARK .................... Supplies .............................. 200.00 CINDY FORTUNATO ......................... Services and Other ............... 35.31 CINDY GARCIA.................................. Services and Other ............. 153.55 CITRIX SYSTEMS INC ...................... Services and Other ........ 24,980.38 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER ..... MISC. .................................... 34.50 CITY OF AURORA ............................. MISC. ............................... 1,110.00 CITY OF AURORA ............................. Services and Other .......... 2,922.73 CIVICORE LLC................................... Services and Other .......... 2,000.00 CLARION ASSOCIATES LLC ............ Services and Other ............. 400.00 CLEAN DESIGNS INC ....................... Services and Other .......... 2,355.07 COLORADO ADVERTISING PRODUCTS INC ............................................................ Supplies ........................... 2,173.32 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOC... Services and Other ............. 580.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF........ Supplies ................................ 88.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ............................................................ MISC. .................................. 740.32 COLORADO DOORWAYS ................. Supplies ........................... 1,206.60 COLORADO GOVERNMENT FINANCE ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 675.00 COLORADO NATURAL GAS INC ...... Services and Other ............. 131.03 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 875.00 COLORADO STATE PATROL ............ Services and Other ............. 327.60 COMCAST.......................................... Services and Other ................. 5.31 CONTACT WIRELESS ....................... Services and Other ............... 56.50 COPLEY AMY .................................... Services and Other ............... 85.02 CORENE HENAGE ............................ Services and Other ............. 414.30 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC . Services and Other ...... 398,917.41 CREDIT SERVICE COMPANY INC ... MISC. .................................... 15.00 CUSTOM DIRECT LLC ...................... Supplies ......................... 39,423.47 CYLG PC ............................................ MISC. .................................... 63.10 CYNTHIA R MCNAIR ......................... Services and Other .......... 1,341.75 DAN NADERMANN ............................ Services and Other ............... 21.83 DANIEL PERKINS .............................. Services and Other ............. 141.30 DANIELLE ARDREY .......................... Services and Other ............... 47.11 DANIELLE ARDREY .......................... Supplies .................................. 8.82 DARCY KENNEDY............................. Services and Other ............... 66.88 DAVID BESSEN ................................. Services and Other ............. 148.73 DAVID M SCHMIT .............................. Services and Other ............... 11.45 DAVID R HUTCHISON ....................... MISC. .................................. 125.07 DAWN B HOLMES ............................. Services and Other .......... 2,100.00 DAWN SMITH .................................... Services and Other ............. 350.00 DBC IRRIGATION SUPPLY ............... MISC. .................................... 15.00 DEBBIE CHANDLER.......................... Services and Other ............. 141.30 DECISIONWISE LLC ......................... Services and Other ........ 28,500.00 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Services and Other .......... 4,323.66 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Supplies .............................. 162.39 DENAE HILL....................................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 DENISE HOLTER ............................... Services and Other ............... 54.74 DENVER HEALTH & HOSPITAL AUTH. ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 2,500.00 DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITAL AUTH ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 15,730.00 DENVER REGIONAL COUNCIL OF .. Services and Other ........ 39,550.00 DENVER SOUTH TRANSPORTATION ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 30,000.00 DENVER WATER ............................... Services and Other ............. 798.88 DIANE KOCIS .................................... Services and Other ............... 42.05 DIEBOLD INCORPORATED .............. Services and Other ............. 167.19 DIRK LECKRON................................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 DISTINCTIVE THREADS, INC. .......... Supplies .............................. 411.90 DIVERSIFIED MEDIA LLC ................. Services and Other .......... 1,536.86 DODGE DATA & ANALYTICS LLC ..... Services and Other ............. 133.98 DOMINION VOTING SYSTEMS INC . Services and Other ............. 637.15 DONALD KLEMME ............................ Services and Other ............. 216.57 DOUGLAS B KIEL .............................. MISC. .................................. 909.69 DOUGLAS BERTRAND ..................... Services and Other ............... 36.60 DS WATERS OF AMERICA INC ........ Supplies ................................ 38.31 DUANE DEJONGE............................. MISC. .................................... 60.10 DULCE DE LA CRUZ GALLEGOS..... MISC. .................................... 15.00 DUSTY SASH..................................... Services and Other ............... 20.97 E470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 300.40 EL PASO COUNTY ............................ Services and Other .......... 8,880.00 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................. Services and Other .......... 4,277.89 ELECTRIC BLUE INC ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,608.00 ELOISA ALTAMIRA............................. Services and Other ............... 10.47 EMILY SPADA .................................... Services and Other ............... 37.13 EMMA MCCARTY .............................. Services and Other ............... 64.74 EMPLOYMENT COMPLIANCE SOLUTIONS LLC ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 10,192.15 ENGLEWOOD UTILITIES DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 974.12 EP BLAZER LLC ................................ Supplies .............................. 199.33 ERGOMETRICS & APPLIED PERSONNEL ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 30.00 ERIN L POWERS ............................... Services and Other ............... 25.15 EVA LOUISE FOSTER ....................... Services and Other ............... 70.00 EXPRESS TOLL ................................. Services and Other ................. 2.70 EXTRA PACKAGING LLC .................. Supplies .............................. 152.11 EZ MESSENGER ............................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS ................ Supplies ........................... 1,356.17 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY.......... MISC. ............................... 8,244.70 FARMER BROS. COFFEE ................. Supplies .............................. 783.16 FASTSIGNS OF ENGLEWOOD......... Supplies .............................. 485.42 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPORATION ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 193.87 FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG ..... Services and Other .......... 1,925.62 FLEET FUELING ................................ MISC. ............................. 35,222.59 FLOR AYMERICH .............................. MISC. .................................... 25.00 FOP LODGE 31.................................. MISC. ............................. 13,940.00 FOUR M ENTERPRISES ................... Services and Other ............. 199.50 FRANCY LAW FIRM PC .................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 FRANK J BALL ................................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (USA) INC ............................................................ Services and Other ...... 189,704.50 GILMORE LAW GROUP LLC............. MISC. .................................... 18.00 GIRSH AND ROTTMAN PC ............... MISC. .................................... 26.00 GLEN R POOLE ................................. Services and Other ................. 8.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP ... Supplies .............................. 117.84 GRAINGER ........................................ Supplies ........................... 7,027.30 HEATHER JOHNSON ........................ MISC. .................................. 335.75 HERSHEY DECKER PLLC ................ Services and Other .......... 7,350.00 HIGHLANDS RANCH POSTMASTER ..Supplies................................. 675.00 HILL ENTERPRISES INC .................. Services and Other ............. 823.16 HILL ENTERPRISES INC .................. Supplies ........................... 1,259.70 HOBART CORPORATION ................. Services and Other ............. 714.08 HOLLY HOOVER ............................... Services and Other ............... 77.90 HOLST BOETTCHER & TEHRANI LLP ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 55.00 HONNEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY ... Supplies .............................. 169.80 HOWARD MARK BUCHALER ........... Services and Other ............... 45.00 HSS INC ............................................. Services and Other ........ 13,881.00 I-70 SCOUT ........................................ Services and Other ............. 249.70 IDENTIFINDERS INTERNATIONAL... Services and Other ............. 950.00 IL DEPT OF HEALTHCARE AND FAMILY SE ............................................................ MISC. .................................. 870.57 INSIGHT AUTO GLASS ..................... Services and Other .......... 1,434.33 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ Services and Other ........ 87,129.30 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ Supplies .............................. 945.50 INTEGRATED VOTING SYSTEMS/I3LOGIX ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 11,297.97 INTERLINE BRANDS INC.................. MISC. ............................... 4,512.92 INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION OF...Services and Other............. 1,025.00 INTIME SERVICES INC ..................... Services and Other ........ 26,400.00 IREA ................................................... Services and Other .......... 3,953.87 ISAMAR VALERIE JUAREZ ............... MISC. .................................... 15.00 INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK & SUPPLY CO ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 178.20 JAMES A SEBBEN ............................. Services and Other ............. 100.00 JAMES E NELSON ............................ Services and Other ............. 100.00 JAMES G ANDERSON PC................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 JAMES M STEELE/PETTY CASH ..... Services and Other ............... 99.97 JANE F RIECK ................................... Services and Other ............. 210.00 JAVA DISTRIBUTION INC .................. Supplies .............................. 246.65

JEANNE GOLDSMITH ....................... Services and Other ............... 35.63 JEFF LANGSTON .............................. Services and Other ............. 122.45 JEFF SAMS ........................................ MISC. .................................... 60.10 JENNIFER MORRELL........................ Services and Other ............. 391.90 JENNIPHER ALEXANDER................. MISC. .................................. 526.14 JEREMY MANNING ........................... Services and Other ............... 85.60 JESSICA BLOCKLAND ...................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 JF SCHMAUDER & ASSOCIATES LTD ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 64.10 JOANN LAY ........................................ MISC. .................................... 65.00 JOHN D. CARVER, M.D..................... Services and Other .......... 7,350.00 JOHN J ALASTRA .............................. MISC. .................................... 40.00 JOHN KAVANAUGH ........................... MISC. .................................. 339.34 JOHN KAVANAUGH ........................... Services and Other ............... 16.59 JOHN R CHRISTOFFERSON ............ Services and Other ............. 323.30 JONATHAN JOHNSON ...................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 JONATHAN VRABEC......................... Services and Other ............. 103.82 JOSE CASTILLO SR .......................... MISC. .................................... 57.60 JOSHUA THOMPSON ....................... Supplies .............................. 104.44 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A. ....... MISC. ........................... 556,680.40 JUAN CARLOS NOLINAR ................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 JUPITER I LLC ................................... Supplies ........................... 7,311.12 K K AMERICA CORPORATION ......... Supplies ........................... 2,323.95 K&H INTEGRATED PRINT SOLUTIONS ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 3,055.96 K&H INTEGRATED PRINT SOLUTIONS ............................................................ Supplies ........................... 1,373.14 KAREN THOMPSEN .......................... Services and Other ............. 141.30 KARLA FRYE ..................................... Services and Other ............... 14.34 KATHLEEN GRACE HAMMER .......... Services and Other ............. 229.40 KATHRYN LATSIS.............................. Services and Other ............. 100.00 KATHY TRUONG ............................... Services and Other ............... 34.24 KATLEEN MARA COSINO LUISTRO .. MISC. ...................................... 15.00 KATRINA M KINNEY .......................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 KATRINA MARIE KINNEY.................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 KAYRELE AMBER SLOAN ................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 KCI KONECRANES ........................... Supplies .............................. 500.00 KEITH FUCHSER............................... Services and Other ............. 142.07 KELLY MARIE HUGHES .................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 KEN DINGMAN .................................. Services and Other ............... 40.00 KHANH PHAM.................................... Services and Other ............. 191.53 KIM VERDOORN ............................... Services and Other ............... 32.53 KIMBERLY ADAMS ............................ MISC. ................................... 111.10 KRISTINA ABEL MAROCCHI ............. MISC. .................................... 15.00 KRISTINA TINAJERO-TORRES ........ Services and Other ............... 20.33 LAKAYLA M MCMICHAEL.................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES ........... Services and Other ............. 450.35 LARRY GOOD ASSOCIATES INC ..... Services and Other .......... 8,585.00 LASER TECHNOLOGY INC .............. Supplies .............................. 384.50 LAUREN THOMAS............................. Services and Other ............... 46.01 LAW OFFICE OF DOUGLAS L ROMERO ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 LAW OFFICE OF FRANK J BALL ...... MISC. .................................... 15.00 LAW OFFICE OF WYN T TAYLOR .... MISC. .................................. 321.09 LAZ PARKING .................................... Services and Other .......... 1,287.00 LE ARGUELLO ................................... MISC. .................................. 548.28 LESLIE JENNERS-STOLTZ ............... Services and Other ............... 38.09 LETICIA TIONGO ............................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS ....... Supplies .............................. 150.00 LIBERTY ANIMAL HOSPITAL ............ MISC. .................................... 15.00 LOCKBOX-GROUP 12 ....................... Services and Other .......... 3,546.36 LORNA YOUNGER ............................ Services and Other ............... 87.63 LORRAINE SCHAFFER ..................... Services and Other ............... 64.90 LYNNEA OLDHAM ............................. Services and Other ............... 10.70 MACARI-HEALEY PUBLISHING ....... Services and Other .......... 1,500.00 MACDONALD EQUIPMENT COMPANY ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 118.54 MACHOL & JOHANNES .................... MISC. .................................... 60.00 MAGPUL INDUSTRIES CORP .......... Supplies ............................... 111.90 MARGOT M BURNS .......................... Services and Other .......... 2,335.00 MARITZA J VALDEZ ZAMBRANO ..... MISC. .................................... 15.00 MARK ANDY INC ............................... Supplies .............................. 333.97 MARK BRUMMEL .............................. Services and Other ............. 200.00 MARLYN CALZADA ONELAS ............ MISC. .................................... 15.00 MARY ELLEN WOLF ......................... Services and Other ............. 337.50 MATHESON TRI-GAS INC ................. Supplies ........................... 1,171.81 MATT IPAKTCHIAN ............................ MISC. .................................... 35.00 MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 2,519.49 MATTHEW CRANE ............................ Services and Other ............. 543.70 MAXX PROPERTIES CORPORATION ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 MCGEE COMPANY ........................... Supplies ................................ 81.88 MCKESSON MEDICAL SURGICAL INC ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 731.00 MECCA HUGHEY .............................. Services and Other ............... 49.88 METECH RECYCLING ...................... Services and Other ............. 510.40 MICHAEL MANSON ........................... Services and Other ............. 283.66 MICHAEL W MANZER ....................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 MICHELLE PELISHEK ....................... Services and Other ............. 388.40 MIDLAND CREDIT MANAGEMENT INC ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 MIDLAND FUNDING LLC .................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 MILLER COHEN PETERSON YOUNG PC ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 90.00 MITCHELL HUGHES ......................... Services and Other ............... 58.32 MOELLER GRAF PC ......................... MISC. .................................... 30.00 MONICA KOVACI ............................... Services and Other ............... 76.40 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS ................. Services and Other .......... 2,287.20 MULTI SERVICE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTINS ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 560.96 NAPA AUTO PARTS ........................... Supplies .............................. 837.26 NARRATIVE1 SOFTWARE LLC ........ Services and Other .......... 6,100.00 NATALIE VER WOERT ...................... Services and Other ............... 10.70 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ........... Services and Other .......... 1,317.00 NETWORK CLAIMS REDUCTION TECH LLC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 600.00 NTHERM LLC..................................... Services and Other .......... 7,102.77 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 282.00 OFFICE OF DISTRICT ATTORNEY ... Services and Other ... 1,189,155.00 OLGA FUJAROS ................................ Services and Other ............... 67.30 OMEARA FORD CENTER ................. Supplies .............................. 736.00 ON WINGS INC .................................. Services and Other .......... 1,464.84 PATRICIA BYRD ................................. MISC. ...................................... 9.00 PAUL ROSENBERG........................... Services and Other ............. 200.00 PAULA BENSON ................................ Services and Other ............. 118.00 PAYLOGIX LLC .................................. MISC. ............................. 41,245.53 PERFORMANT RECOVERY INC ...... MISC. .................................. 678.68 PERKINELMER GENETICS INC ....... Supplies .............................. 100.00 PERLA J GUZMAN RAMIREZ ........... MISC. .................................... 15.00 PETERSEN LEYBAS RUBBER STAMP ............................................................ Supplies ................................ 81.30 PHILIP KLASS PC.............................. MISC. .................................. 190.80 PICKARD & ROSS PC ....................... MISC. .................................. 123.08 PIEDMONT PLASTICS #530 ............. Supplies ......................... 31,782.99 PIRTEK NORTH VALLEY................... Supplies .............................. 283.91 PLATTE CONTY COURT ................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 POTESTIO BROTHERS .................... Supplies ................................ 66.89 PROFORCE MARKETING INC.......... Supplies ........................... 2,893.76 PROVEST LLC ................................... MISC. .................................... 45.50 PUEBLO HOTEL SUPPLY CO INC.... MISC. .................................... 55.44 PUEBLO HOTEL SUPPLY CO INC.... Supplies .................................. (4.60) PURE CYCLE CORPORATION ......... Services and Other ............. 125.70 RACHEL LYNNE TUTTLE .................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 RADIANCE CAPITAL RECEIVABLES.. MISC. ...................................... 40.00 RANDSTAD TECHNOLOGIES .......... Services and Other .......... 1,520.00 RAY L HUGHES PC ........................... MISC. .................................... 26.00 RB GILES AND BJ GILES .................. Services and Other ............. 100.00 REALAUCTION.COM LLC ................. Services and Other .......... 7,848.00 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. ............................. 53,347.31 RENT A CENTER ............................... MISC. .................................. 108.91

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LEGALS — Continued from page 14 — RICHARD E JULER ........................... Services and Other ............. 774.00 RICHARD RADER.............................. Services and Other ............. 200.00 RICHARD T SALL .............................. Services and Other ............. 200.00 RICHARD WILLIAM DOEKSEN ......... MISC. .................................... 15.00 ROADHOG INC .................................. Supplies .............................. 272.71 ROBERT A EDMISSON ..................... Services and Other ............. 100.00 ROBERT BAKER ............................... Services and Other ............... 94.70 ROBERT DAVIDSON ......................... Services and Other ............. 414.30 ROBERT E PERRY ............................ Services and Other ............. 100.00 ROBERT HILL .................................... Services and Other ............. 141.30 ROBIN FRAZEE ................................. Services and Other ............... 19.90 ROBIN VIGIL ...................................... Services and Other ............. 141.30 ROBINSON & HENRY PC ................. MISC. .................................... 61.20 ROCHELLE TEL................................. MISC. .................................... 81.10 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACCESS CONTROLS INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 200.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 587.95 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 231.31 ROCKY MOUNTAIN FLEET MANAGERS ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 395.00 RONALD A CARL ............................... Services and Other ............. 123.60 RONALD A LOMBARDO .................... Services and Other ............... 40.00 RR DONNELLEY................................ Supplies ........................... 1,313.77 RUNBECK ELECTION SERVICES INC ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 32,025.00 RUSS JOHNSON ............................... Services and Other ............... 64.20 RYAN C WINFREY ............................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 RYAN M GOERTZ .............................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 RYDERS PUBLIC SAFETY LLC ........ Supplies ........................... 4,987.60 SALARY.COM LLC ............................. Services and Other .......... 8,300.00 SAVISION INC.................................... Services and Other .......... 4,320.00 SAYRA CARDONA ............................. Services and Other ............... 89.35 SCOTT SHAW .................................... Services and Other ............. 139.90 SECURITY CENTRAL INC................. Services and Other ............. 729.00 SHAYLEN FLOREZ ............................ Services and Other ............... 12.14 SHEILA GAINS ................................... Services and Other ............. 510.50 SHEILA GAINS ................................... Supplies ................................ 81.33 SHERWIN WILLIAMS ........................ Supplies ................................ 32.58 SHRED-IT USA .................................. Services and Other ............. 754.40 SOHEILA RASSOULKHANI ............... Services and Other ............... 27.82 SORMAN & FRANKEL LTD ............... MISC. .................................... 11.00 SOUTHERNCARLSON ...................... Supplies .............................. 435.91 SPOK INC .......................................... Services and Other ............. 326.75 SPRINGMAN BRADEN WILSON....... MISC. .................................. 700.50 SPRINT SOLUTIONS INC ................. Services and Other ............. 447.55 STACY HINES .................................... Services and Other ............... 64.90 STATE OF COLORADO ..................... Supplies ......................... 67,121.39 STATEWIDE INTERNET PORTAL AUTHORITY ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 1,073.00 STEPHEN BAKER ............................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 STEPHEN P SHOLLER ..................... Services and Other ............... 80.00 STERICYCLE INC .............................. Supplies ........................... 1,276.76 STEWART & STEVENSON................ Services and Other ............. 250.00 STEWART & STEVENSON................ Supplies .............................. 728.20 SUNGARD AVAILABILITY SERVICES LP ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 1,564.82 SUPER VACUUM MANUFACTURING CO INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 79.81 SUPER VACUUM MANUFACTURING CO INC ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 188.27 T-MOBILE ........................................... Services and Other ............... 29.75 TAXMAN POLLOCK MURRAY & BEKKER ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 TAYLOR MCKINNEY .......................... Services and Other ............. 340.23 TAYLOR MCKINNEY .......................... Supplies ................................ 25.74 TERESA M DONOHUE ...................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 TERESA MARLOWE .......................... Services and Other ............... 85.49 TERRI BOWLAND.............................. MISC. .................................... 25.00 THE CREATIVE GROUP ................... Services and Other .......... 3,546.40 THE MEDICAL CENTER OF AURORA ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 405.00 THE SUPPLY CACHE INC ................. Supplies .............................. 951.70 THERESA JOHNSON ........................ Services and Other ............... 75.07 THERMO FLUIDS INC ....................... Services and Other ............. 130.00 THOMAS R MELLISH ........................ Services and Other ............. 100.00 TIFFANIE BLEAU ............................... Services and Other ............. 170.80 TIM ASTON ........................................ Services and Other ............. 175.68 TIM HANSON ..................................... Services and Other ............... 66.35 TIMOTHY WESTPHAL....................... Services and Other ............... 18.51 TODD COMPANIES INC .................... Services and Other ............. 704.00 TORI NARIE NALL ............................. MISC. .................................... 15.00 TOWN OF DEER TRAIL..................... Services and Other ............... 30.61 TOWN OF PLATTEVILLE .................. MISC. .................................... 40.00 TRANS UNION ................................... Services and Other ............. 223.92 TRI COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 55.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Community Programs .... 32,359.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ...... 361,411.00 TRUDI PEEPGRASS ......................... Services and Other ............. 128.27 TRUEPOINT SOLUTIONS LLC ......... MISC. ............................. 29,520.00 TSCHETTER HAMRICK SULZER PC ..MISC. ................................. 6,067.30 TT HOLDINGS LLC ............................ Services and Other .......... 1,145.07 UMB.................................................... Services and Other ...... 368,709.33 UNITED REPROGRAPHICS.............. Services and Other .......... (1,303.52) UNITED REPROGRAPHICS.............. Supplies .............................. 648.69 UNIVERSAL INFORMATION SERVICES INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 447.90 UTILITY NOTIFICATION CENTER OF ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 240.70 VALLEJO CC LLC .............................. Services and Other ........ 16,704.42 VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY ..... Supplies ........................... 7,418.56 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other ........ 29,105.64 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Supplies .............................. (100.00) VERONICA CASTANEDA GONZALEZ ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 VICTOR BLATZER ............................. Services and Other ............... 32.90 VICTORIA GALLEGOS ...................... Services and Other ............. 135.00 VICTORIA GALLEGOS/PETTY CASH ............................................................ Supplies ................................ 99.97 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP .... Services and Other ............... 29.04 VIRGINA OKUCHABA ........................ MISC. .................................... 15.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. ............................. 10,502.36 VLADIMIR SPYRIN ............................ MISC. ...................................... 5.13 VONDA K MILLS ................................ Services and Other ........ 13,500.00 WAKEFIELD & ASSOCIATES INC ..... MISC. .................................. 150.00 WALTER JOHN DENHAM.................. Services and Other ............... 61.85 WANCO INC ....................................... Supplies ........................... 2,709.60 WASHINGTON STATE SUPPORT REGISTRY ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 69.21 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 6,408.92 WAXIES ENTERPRISES INC ............ MISC. .................................. 831.60 WAXIES ENTERPRISES INC ............ Supplies ................................... WELLS FARGO MERCHANT SERVICES LLC ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 353.34 WESTERN STATES FIRE PROTECTION ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 1,134.00 WESTEX FINANCIAL INC ................. MISC. .................................... 69.10 WILLIAM J BOLTHOUSE & NORA J.. Services and Other ............. 100.00 WILLIAM THOMAS GREGORY III ..... Services and Other ............. 100.00 WILSON & ASSOCIATES LLC ........... Services and Other ............. 959.80 WINZENBURG LEFF PURVIS & PAYNE LLP ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 39.00 WL CONTRACTORS INC .................. Services and Other .......... 4,696.45 WRITER MOTT .................................. Services and Other ............. 503.86 X-TRUX INC ....................................... MISC. .................................... 15.00 XCEL ENERGY .................................. Services and Other ...... 105,769.09 XEROX CORPORATION ................... Services and Other ........ 21,435.83 FUND REPORT - 11 Social Services 1203--1268 D & D STREE PARTNERS LTD ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 700.00 18TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ................ Services and Other .......... 4,224.32 22ND CENTURY STAFFING INC ...... Services and Other ........ 52,562.95 A1 BOXING ........................................ Community Programs ......... 207.00 A2M4SEEN LLP ................................. Supplies ........................... 6,522.72 ABIGAIL RAMSAUER ........................ Community Programs ............. 6.85 ABIGAIL RAMSAUER ........................ Services and Other ............. 268.52 ADRIANA HORTON ........................... Services and Other ............... 42.00 ADRIANE HACKETT .......................... Services and Other ............... 66.34 AGUSTIN HORBLIT ........................... Services and Other ............... 16.59 ALBA PABON BA................................ Services and Other ............. 197.15 ALBANY COUNTY GOVERNMENT... Services and Other ............. 100.00 ALEAH K BUCCELLI .......................... Services and Other ............. 147.60 ALENA VANBRUNT ........................... Community Programs ........... 48.05 ALEXANDRA EGGLESTON............... Services and Other ............... 10.59 ALICIA DICKENS ............................... Services and Other ............... 58.58 ALICIA HEWITT.................................. Services and Other ............. 110.53 ALISON IVORY .................................. Services and Other ............. 705.66 ALLICIA HALEY.................................. Services and Other ............. 101.70 ALLYSON RUTZ-COLDWELL............ Services and Other ............... 64.94 ALLYSON RUTZ-COLDWELL............ Supplies ................................ 57.10 ALYSSA BERGE ................................ Services and Other ............. 216.93 AMANDA TOP .................................... Services and Other ............. 270.95

AMBER VERZOSA............................. Community Programs ........... 21.16 AMBER VERZOSA............................. Services and Other .......... 1,052.13 AMINADA MITCHELL......................... Services and Other ............... 12.95 AMY GOLDBERG .............................. Services and Other ............... 43.56 AMY SAUER ...................................... Services and Other ............... 90.22 ANDREA WOODS .............................. Services and Other ................. 5.24 ANDREW ACREE .............................. Services and Other ............. 172.06 ANDREW OLSON .............................. Services and Other ............... 88.79 ANGELA LYTLE ................................. Services and Other ............. 290.53 ANGELINA SYPOLT........................... Services and Other .......... 1,432.56 APRIL SEE ......................................... Services and Other ............... 38.15 ARAPAHOE COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 504.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY EARLY CHILDHOOD ............................................................ Community Programs .... 32,435.52 ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS WORKS....... Community Programs .... 61,856.37 ASHLEIGH SHELDON ....................... Services and Other .......... 1,076.78 ASHLEY DUNCAN ............................. Services and Other ............. 167.99 ASHLEY FRANKEL ............................ Services and Other ............... 73.94 ASHLEY KOWALEFSKI ..................... Services and Other ............. 131.87 ASHLEY SCHWIEGER ...................... Services and Other ............... 88.57 ASHLEY WUNDERLE ........................ Services and Other ............. 141.03 AT&T................................................... Services and Other .......... 2,352.00 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH .............. Services and Other .......... 2,510.66 B I INCORPORATED ......................... Services and Other .......... 3,225.00 BAILEY MCGUINNESS...................... Services and Other ............. 381.79 BAROFFIO, JAMES ........................... Services and Other ............. 700.00 BAYAUD ENTERPRISES INC ............ Services and Other ............. 360.00 BEEHIVE ATTORNEY SERVICE LLC.. Services and Other ................. 55.00 BERNIE VELASCO ............................ Services and Other ............... 16.59 BORIS KLEIN ..................................... Community Programs ...... 2,580.00 BOULDER COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 17.20 BRENDA ARMOUR ............................ Services and Other ............. 581.09 BRIAN ROBILLARD ........................... Services and Other ............. 319.67 BRITANY S FEATHERS ..................... Services and Other ............. 127.92 BRITTANY GALLANT ......................... Services and Other ............. 248.94 BRITTANY HOOSER ......................... Services and Other ............. 249.90 BRITTANY NOBLE ............................. Services and Other ............. 421.91 Bent County ........................................ Services and Other ............... 37.12 CAITLIN SANDEN .............................. Community Programs ........... 26.16 CAITLIN SANDEN .............................. Services and Other ............. 203.25 CALIFORNIA VITAL RECORDS......... Services and Other ............... 23.00 CAMERON PRISJATSCHEW ............ Services and Other ............. 118.24 CANNON LEARNING CENTER ......... Community Programs ...... 1,179.00 CARALYN HOFER ............................. Services and Other ............. 703.96 CARI OLSEN ...................................... Services and Other ............... 16.56 CARRIE BALOW ................................ Services and Other ............. 365.53 CARRISHA NEWTON ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,224.93 CASSANDRA MAYBER .................... Services and Other ............. 699.89 CASSANDRA AGUILAR ..................... Services and Other ............... 56.87 CASTER MTWALE ............................. Community Programs ...... 1,459.50 CDW GOVERNMENT ........................ Supplies .................................. 7.33 CENTER FOR WORK EDUCATION AND ............................................................ Community Programs .. 215,767.62 CESCO LINGUISTIC SERVICES INC .. Community Programs ......... 2,287.59 CHAFFEE COUNTY........................... Services and Other ............... 25.00 CHANTELLE ROMERO ..................... Services and Other ................. 7.28 CHARITY SAIS................................... Services and Other ............... 35.58 CHELSEA SWEENEY ........................ Services and Other ............. 317.52 CHELSEY HANSON .......................... Services and Other ............... 11.77 CHERYL CURTIS ............................... Services and Other ............. 353.80 CHERYL TERNES.............................. Services and Other ............. 164.46 CHILDRENS ADVOCACY & FAMILY ... Supplies ............................. 2,327.50 CHRISTEN MASON ........................... Services and Other ............... 26.80 CHRISTINE YAEKLE ......................... Services and Other ............. 121.23 CHRISTOPHER PIEPER ................... Community Programs ........... 54.61 CHRISTOPHER PIEPER ................... Services and Other ............. 769.50 CLYDE VINCENT ULLRICH ............... Community Programs ...... 2,100.00 COLLEEN HAYES .............................. Services and Other ............... 12.68 COLORADO BUREAU INVESTIGATION ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 2,093.50 COLORADO COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 700.00 COLORADO COUNTY ATTORNEY ASSOC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 2,040.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 2,311.13 COLORADO STATE ARCHIVES ........ Services and Other ............. 350.00 COLORADO WELFARE FRAUD COUNCIL ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 20.00 COMITIS CRISIS CENTER ................ Community Programs .... 24,300.00 COMMUNITY AFFORDABLE RESIDENCE ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 100.00 CONTACT WIRELESS ....................... Services and Other ............. 954.85 CORPORATE TRANSLATION SERVICES INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 973.51 CYNTHIA DUNBAR ............................ Services and Other ............. 266.75 CYNTHIA MARTINEZ-VAZQUEZ ....... Services and Other ............... 56.71 DANI BUDROE................................... Services and Other ............. 250.49 DANIEL MARTINEZ JR ...................... Services and Other ............. 739.53 DANIELLE CLARK-JACKSON ........... Services and Other ............. 622.64 DANIELLE WAAGMEESTER ............. Services and Other ............... 47.62 DARCI RODECAP.............................. Services and Other ............. 101.55 DAWN GOODMAN ............................. Community Programs ......... 137.14 DAWN GOODMAN ............................. Services and Other ............. 236.64 DAWNA ROBERTS ............................ Services and Other ............... 40.98 DE ANDRA SHARP ............................ Services and Other ............. 149.43 DEBORAH DRURY ............................ Services and Other ............. 171.63 DEBRA WALZ .................................... Services and Other ............. 887.00 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Services and Other .......... 8,812.37 DELMY ACOSTA ................................ Services and Other ............. 198.39 DELTA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE Services and Other ............... 25.60 DENICE CHAVEZ............................... Services and Other ................. 7.92 DENISE ROBINSON .......................... Services and Other ............. 523.34 DENVER SHERIFF DEPARTMENT ... Services and Other ............... 39.95 DKL VENTURES LLC ........................ Community Programs ...... 1,038.82 DONNA ASHLOCK ............................. Services and Other ............. 194.95 DORIT LUTTWAK .............................. Community Programs ...... 1,450.00 DUNGARVIN COLORADO LLC ......... Community Programs ...... 3,855.36 ELAINE CASTILLO ............................ Services and Other ............. 321.51 ELBERT COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 81.00 ELEANOR MEADOWS ...................... Services and Other ............. 127.97 ELIZABETH AZNAR ........................... Services and Other ............. 224.02 ELYSE DANNELL LENEHAN ............. Community Programs ......... 300.00 EMILY BRETTMANN .......................... Services and Other ............. 839.79 EMILY BROWN .................................. Services and Other ............. 322.66 ERICA LIPNER BERNSTEIN ............. Services and Other ............. 554.89 ERIKA SORENSON ........................... Services and Other ............. 254.72 ERIKA TORRES ................................. Services and Other ............... 64.47 ERIN COLOROSO ............................. Services and Other ............. 168.53 FAMILIES FIRST ................................ Community Programs ......... 480.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY.......... MISC. .................................. 788.00 FAMILY TREE..................................... Community Programs .... 28,480.00 FINNEY COUNTY DISTRICT COURT .. Services and Other .................... 4.75 FIREHIWOT REDA............................. MISC. .................................... 20.00 FLOR PELAYO ................................... Services and Other ............... 33.17 GLORIA EGAN ................................... Services and Other ............... 62.49 GRANT MILLER ................................. Services and Other ............... 41.73 GREENTREE VILLAGE LLC.............. Community Programs ......... 400.00 HAILEY TRAVIS ................................. Services and Other ............. 725.47 HANNAH SHIER ................................ Services and Other ............. 867.84 HEATHER COFFMAN ........................ Services and Other ............. 126.53 HEAVEN TESFAYE ............................ Community Programs ........... 22.58 HEAVEN TESFAYE ............................ Services and Other ............. 696.04 HESTER SERVICES INC................... Services and Other ............... 95.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ Services and Other .......... 1,277.70 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ Supplies .............................. 314.16 INTERGROUP INC ............................ Capital Outlay .................. 8,946.13 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE ....... MISC. .................................. 225.00 IRMA FRANSUA................................. Services and Other ............... 19.10 JACQUELYN GABEL ......................... Services and Other ............. 187.57 JAMES G. ANDERSON PC................ MISC. ............................... 1,224.04 JAUNIKA BARNETT ........................... Services and Other ............... 55.75 JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS ... Services and Other ............... 47.50 JENNA ROSSMAN ............................. Community Programs ......... 394.31 JENNA ROSSMAN ............................. Services and Other ............. 313.86 JENNIFER CALABRESE ................... Services and Other ............... 29.91 JENNIFER JONES-DAY..................... Services and Other ............... 93.10 JENNIFER MARINE ........................... Services and Other ............... 15.09 JENNIFER WORD.............................. Services and Other ............. 254.07 JESSICA L FREEMAN ....................... Services and Other ............. 199.98 JESSICA WILLIAMS........................... Services and Other ............... 65.38 JOHN COYNER ................................. Community Programs ........... 49.89 JOHN COYNER ................................. Services and Other ............... 16.59 JOHN DRULIS.................................... Services and Other .......... 1,013.97 JOHN HEATER .................................. Services and Other ............... 60.00 JOHNATHAN HARRIS ....................... Services and Other ............. 118.02 JOLETA GATTON ............................... Services and Other ............. 270.86 JORDAN GUTIERREZ ....................... Services and Other ............... 92.45 JORDAN M MCGINNIS ...................... Services and Other ............. 235.73 JOSEPH BORREGO .......................... Services and Other ............... 27.07 JOY KENDALL ................................... Services and Other ............... 12.31 JULIANNE SIMENSON ...................... Services and Other ............. 618.19 JULIE SCHILLING .............................. Services and Other ............. 256.27 KAITLIN LAWVER .............................. Services and Other ............. 251.52 KARA HABER..................................... Services and Other ............. 199.48 KAREN MAZZINI ................................ Services and Other ............... 62.18 KARI PLAGGEMEYER....................... Services and Other ............. 112.99

KARI SALES....................................... Services and Other ............. 186.45 KARLA KELLY .................................... Community Programs ............. 7.62 KARLA KELLY .................................... Services and Other .......... 1,854.43 KATELYN MARRY .............................. Services and Other ............. 252.58 KATHERINE SMITH ........................... Services and Other ............. 139.15 KATHLEEN RAUNER......................... Community Programs ......... 600.00 KATHLEEN ZIOLA.............................. Community Programs ...... 2,200.00 KATIE WILSON .................................. Services and Other ............. 844.24 KATRIONA MORTIMORE .................. Services and Other ............. 706.26 KESHA THOMAS ............................... Services and Other ............... 56.72 KIMBERLY K KOCH ........................... Services and Other ............... 26.80 KIMBERLY KINGSTON ...................... Services and Other ............... 51.53 KIMBERLY PINE ................................ Services and Other ............. 182.60 KIRSTEN LEIF ................................... Services and Other ............. 210.58 KRAYNEWSKIA ALLEN ..................... Services and Other ............. 663.64 KRISTA SWEARENGIN ..................... Services and Other ............... 30.12 KRISTIN DAVIS .................................. Community Programs ........... 22.78 KRISTIN DAVIS .................................. Services and Other ............. 859.58 LANAE UNREIN ................................. Services and Other ............... 16.59 LANAE UNREIN ................................. Supplies .............................. 140.19 LANDON PARK LLC .......................... Community Programs ......... 400.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES ........... Community Programs ......... 609.22 LARANE GARY .................................. Services and Other ............... 62.81 LARRY BOVEN .................................. Services and Other ............. 703.42 LARRY BOVEN .................................. Supplies ................................ 60.00 LARRY GOOD ASSOCIATES INC ..... Services and Other .......... 2,100.00 LAS ANIMAS COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 23.40 LAURA GOLDSMITH ......................... Services and Other ............. 223.42 LAURA PATTERSON ......................... Services and Other ............. 478.94 LAUREN BOOGERT .......................... Services and Other ............. 177.80 LEAH TURNER .................................. Services and Other ............... 23.54 LEBA HIRSCH .................................... Community Programs ........... 56.55 LEBA HIRSCH .................................... Services and Other ............. 766.12 LETISHIA PAYNE ............................... Services and Other ................. 8.45 LEXIS NEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 624.60 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS ....... Services and Other ............. 227.00 LINDSEY CRONEN............................ Services and Other ............. 192.61 LINDSEY WARNE .............................. Community Programs ........... 64.63 LINDSEY WARNE .............................. Services and Other ............. 614.09 LISA COVINGTON ............................. Services and Other ............... 68.48 LORETTA A MCGILL .......................... Services and Other ............... 59.39 LORI OSWALD ................................... Services and Other ............... 87.37 MACHOL & JOHANNES .................... MISC. .................................. 329.27 MAE MOORHEAD.............................. Community Programs ........... 19.28 MAE MOORHEAD.............................. Services and Other ............. 121.39 MARGARET GOETTGE..................... Services and Other ............. 330.63 MARIA JURIST ................................... Services and Other ............... 47.40 MARIA LOUIS..................................... Community Programs ........... 20.50 MARIA LOUIS..................................... Services and Other .......... 1,233.02 MARIA MUNOZ .................................. Services and Other ............... 16.85 MARIANELA TURNER ....................... Services and Other ............. 210.10 MARIANN TORRENCE ...................... Services and Other ............. 550.95 MARIBEL SMITH ................................ Services and Other ............. 368.02 MARIKA QUINN ................................. Community Programs ......... 184.72 MARIKA QUINN ................................. Services and Other ............. 507.31 MARILEE MCWILLIAMS .................... Services and Other ............. 330.93 MARISSA GIBBINS ............................ Services and Other ............. 387.02 MARK L RONAN ................................ Services and Other ............. 675.00 MARLENE PALOMINO ...................... Services and Other ............. 349.03 MARTHA LOVATO.............................. Services and Other ............... 65.97 MARY LEEDS .................................... Services and Other ............. 161.14 MARY LEMA....................................... Services and Other ............... 21.03 MEGAN FOSTER ............................... Services and Other ............. 103.47 MEGHAN LOFTUS............................. Services and Other ............. 215.38 MEGHAN SLAVIN .............................. Services and Other ............. 599.16 MELADIE CLOPTON ......................... Services and Other ............. 152.40 MELISSA MCKINLEY ......................... Services and Other ............. 865.95 MELODY ALBRIGHT.......................... Services and Other ............... 11.77 MICHAEL DEGRETTO ....................... Services and Other ............... 88.54 MICHELE STUVEL............................. Services and Other ............. 918.65 MICHELLE DOSSEY.......................... Services and Other ............... 41.30 MILAGROS MENDOZA...................... Services and Other ............... 43.38 MILE HIGH SHRM.............................. Services and Other ............. 469.00 MINDY KUGLER ................................ Community Programs ........... 30.51 MINDY KUGLER ................................ Services and Other ............... 37.24 MIRIAM EVELYN CHAVEZ ................ Services and Other .......... 1,063.86 MISSISSIPPI VITAL RECORDS......... Services and Other ............... 28.00 MONIQUE J GEISING........................ Services and Other ............... 55.00 MORIAH CAMPBELL ......................... Community Programs ........... 67.82 MORIAH CAMPBELL ......................... Services and Other ............. 263.54 NANCY BROWN ................................ Services and Other ............... 14.00 NANCY OWENS ................................ Community Programs ........... 39.86 NANCY OWENS ................................ Services and Other ............. 117.49 NANCY REGALADO .......................... Community Programs ......... 320.00 NATALIE CORONADO ....................... Services and Other ............. 276.66 NATHANIEL WINEGAR...................... Services and Other ............. 148.62 NICKO BETTIS................................... Services and Other ............. 772.02 NICOLE A NINA.................................. Services and Other ............... 45.37 NICOLE EDWARDS ........................... Services and Other ............. 625.44 NICOLETTE WATSON ....................... Services and Other ............... 93.41 NINA PAULSON ................................. Services and Other ............... 25.68 NOHEMI BURCIAGA.......................... Services and Other ............... 73.30 NOMAD LLC....................................... Community Programs ......... 700.00 NORA CLAIRE KUNZMANN .............. Services and Other ............... 82.28 NORMA OCHOA ................................ Services and Other ............... 21.40 OPEN MEDIA FOUNDATION............. Services and Other .......... 3,000.00 PAMELA ALCANTARA ....................... Services and Other ............... 58.82 PAMELA YANETT............................... Services and Other ............... 55.75 PAX MOULTRIE ................................. Services and Other ............. 333.21 PENELOPE CHIHA ............................ Services and Other .......... 1,023.67 PITNEY BOWES ................................ Supplies ........................... 9,966.00 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SERVICES INC ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 961.04 RACHAEL RYAN ................................ Services and Other ............... 54.73 RACHEL ANNE NUNEZ ..................... Services and Other .......... 1,102.50 RANDELL THIGPEN .......................... Services and Other ............. 191.80 RANKIN COUNTY SHERIFF ............. Services and Other ............... 35.00 REBECCA CAREY ............................. Services and Other ............. 324.20 REBECCA MAYBURY ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,124.82 REBECCA WILSON ........................... Services and Other ............... 45.15 REGINA RAQUEL FERSZT ............... Community Programs ......... 197.41 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. ............................. 20,756.66 RENEE JENSEN ................................ Services and Other ............... 23.54 RIANA C MITCHELL .......................... Services and Other ............. 429.87 RICHARD LADRSON DEGURVARA . Community Programs ......... 700.00 ROBBIN BOE ..................................... Services and Other ............... 60.08 ROBERT ALAN JACKSON ................ Services and Other .......... 1,080.00 ROBERT PREVOST........................... Services and Other ............... 69.12 ROBIN ARAGON ................................ Services and Other ............... 67.16 ROBIN NICETA .................................. Services and Other .......... 1,173.56 ROCHELLE BOHNEN ........................ Community Programs ........... 45.67 ROCHELLE BOHNEN ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,943.94 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHILDREN’S LAW ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 600.00 ROLANDA NIX ................................... Services and Other ............... 37.02 SALCADO FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 700.00 SALVATORE L FAZIO JR ................... Services and Other ............. 945.00 SAMANTHA BURNISON .................... Services and Other ............... 11.77 SAMANTHA LEACH ........................... Services and Other ............... 17.12 SARA EBBERS .................................. Services and Other ............... 14.61 SARA LAME ....................................... Services and Other ............. 153.52 SARAH BLAINE ................................. Services and Other ............... 23.33 SARAH CULP..................................... Services and Other ............... 96.19 SARAH LINDQUIST ........................... Services and Other ............... 21.40 SARAH WOLF .................................... Services and Other ............. 438.72 SCOTTY DAY ..................................... Services and Other ............. 182.44 SHADINE BARNES ............................ Services and Other ............. 252.25 SHANNON BEATTY ........................... Services and Other ............. 243.64 SHANNON ROBLEDO ....................... Community Programs ......... 118.72 SHAWNA HAYDEN ............................ Services and Other ............. 477.55 SHERIFF OF SMYTH COUNTY ........ Services and Other ............... 75.00 SHERONNABAH HARVEY ................ Services and Other ............. 284.83 SHERRITA BISHOP ........................... Services and Other .......... 3,656.25 SHILOH HOUSE ................................ Community Programs .... 57,459.65 SHILOH HOUSE ................................ Services and Other ............. 660.00 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ............................................................ Community Programs ...... 8,061.84 SOLACE COUNSELING SERVICES INC ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 200.00 SPRING INSTITUTE .......................... Community Programs ......... 154.38 STACI CALLAWAY ............................. Services and Other ............. 194.69 STACIA JOHNSTON .......................... Services and Other ............... 98.44 STACIE BEAVER ............................... Services and Other ............. 244.91 STATE OF KANSAS ........................... Services and Other ............... 15.00 STEPHANIE GREER ......................... Services and Other ............. 217.81 STEPHANIE RAYTON ....................... Community Programs ......... 995.00 STEVEN NASH .................................. Services and Other ............... 73.72 SUSAN ADAMCZYK .......................... Services and Other ............... 75.87 SUSAN GILBERT ............................... Services and Other ............... 26.70 SUZANNA DOBBINS ......................... Services and Other ............... 16.59 SUZANNE HEDICAN ......................... Services and Other ............... 45.48 SVOBODA BURNS ............................ Services and Other ............... 26.27 TAMMY WHITE .................................. Services and Other ............... 55.37 TAMRA WHITE ................................... Services and Other ............. 501.90

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PAGE 16 | THE VILLAGER • January 11, 2018 — Continued from page 15 — TARA GAHERIN ................................. Services and Other ............. 172.25 TARA SAULIBIO ................................. Services and Other ............... 36.49 TCUA MINDY HEU ............................. Services and Other ............. 287.30 TENNESSEE VITAL RECORDS ........ Services and Other ............... 15.00 THE ADOPTION EXCHANGE INC .... Community Programs ...... 3,306.00 THOMAS A GRAHAM JR ................... Services and Other .......... 1,912.50 THOMAS FAMILY LLC ....................... Community Programs ......... 700.00 TIARRA PAILIN .................................. Services and Other ............. 634.73 TODD HYMAN ................................... Services and Other ............. 323.66 TOM MILLS PSI INC .......................... Services and Other .......... 2,475.00 TORREY PINES SPONSOR LP......... Community Programs ......... 700.00 TRACY CARROLL.............................. Community Programs ........... 11.07 TRACY CARROLL.............................. Services and Other ............. 662.23 TRACY OPP ....................................... Services and Other ............. 152.21 TREVOR ZARNOWSKI ...................... Services and Other ............... 63.13 TRI COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 177.50 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Community Programs .... 20,007.34 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION . MISC. ............................... 2,685.25 VALERIE K BROOKS ......................... Services and Other ............. 595.00 VALERIE MEROS .............................. Services and Other ............. 863.73 VANESSA FRAZIER........................... Services and Other ............... 22.58 VANESSA HUGHES........................... Community Programs ............. 5.14 VANESSA HUGHES........................... Services and Other ............. 616.53 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other ........ 16,209.23 VICTOR JOSEPH OVIEDO................ Services and Other ............. 472.50 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP .... Services and Other ............. 304.98 VIRGINIA HORTON ........................... Services and Other ............. 166.61 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. ............................... 3,533.09 WANG PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LLC ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 700.00 WENTWORTH APARTMENTS .......... Community Programs ......... 800.00 WILLIAM DESONIER ......................... Services and Other ............... 85.33 WOODSPRING SUITES DENVER AURORA LLC ............................................................ Community Programs ...... 1,500.00 XCEL ENERGY .................................. Community Programs ......... 405.66 YANGSON BAKER............................. Services and Other ............... 25.62 YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 360.00 YVETTE YEON .................................. Services and Other ............... 28.57 ZHANNA ZUKIN ................................. Services and Other ............... 23.91 FUND REPORT - 12 Electronic Filing Technology COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE ............................................................ MISC. ............................. 11,673.00 FUND REPORT - 14 Law Enforcement Authority District ADAMSON POLICE PRODUCTS ...... Supplies .............................. 144.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 375.22 BENJAMIN BUSSARD ....................... MISC. .................................. 531.40 CAROL A WINTER ............................. Services and Other ............... 35.00 CHEMATOX LABORATORY INC ....... Services and Other ............. 335.00 CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66 ....... Services and Other ............. 239.20 COLORADO ADVERTISING PRODUCTS INC ............................................................ Supplies ........................... 1,448.87 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF........ Supplies .............................. 104.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ............................................................ MISC. .................................. 669.86 COLORADO DEPT OF HUMAN SVCS ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 885.00 COLORADO STATE PATROL ............ Services and Other ............. 218.40 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY.......... MISC. .................................. 602.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP ... Supplies ................................ 78.56 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ Supplies .............................. 204.43 JUDICIARY COURTS STATE OF CO Services and Other ............... 83.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES ........... Services and Other ............. 300.23 LAZ PARKING .................................... Services and Other ............. 858.00 LOS VERDES III LLC ......................... Services and Other .......... 1,500.00 MAGPUL INDUSTRIES CORP .......... Supplies ................................ 74.60 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 2,730.77 SPOK INC .......................................... Services and Other ................. 4.70 TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT.................. MISC. ............................... 1,384.62 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other .......... 4,847.73 VICTIM ASSISTANCE LAW ............... Services and Other .......... 1,273.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................. 559.43 WANCO INC ....................................... Supplies ........................... 1,806.60 FUND REPORT - 15 Arapahoe / Douglas Works! ADERONKE TAIWO ........................... Services and Other ............. 113.61 ANDREA BARNUM ............................ Services and Other ............. 438.71 BARRETT GIBSON ............................ Services and Other ............. 100.00 CABLENET WIRING PRODUCTS; INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 1,914.00 CHARLENE DEL VESCOVO ............. Services and Other ............... 46.33 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 285.00 CPUS VIRIDIAN LP............................ Community Programs ...... 1,430.00 CRAZY SCRUBS INC ........................ Community Programs ......... 291.60 DENVERWORKS INC ........................ Services and Other .......... 3,000.00 DESHAWN KNOX .............................. Services and Other ............. 100.00 DEVON LEHMAN ............................... Services and Other ............... 36.11 DONALD KLEMME ............................ Services and Other ............. 166.32 JEANA CAPEL-JONES ...................... Services and Other ............... 52.79 JEFFERSON COUNTY ACCTG DEPT ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 13,121.07 JESSICA LICHOTA............................. Services and Other ............... 39.80 JESSICA TRUJILLO ........................... Services and Other ............. 239.60 JOHN D NEBEL ................................. Services and Other .......... 4,870.00 JUDITH EMERY ................................. Services and Other ............. 250.03 KATIE LYNN-VECQUERAY................ Services and Other ................. 9.31 KELLEN JACKSON ............................ Community Programs ......... 150.00 LARRY GOOD ASSOCIATES INC ..... Services and Other .......... 2,100.00 LAURA TAYLOR ................................. Services and Other ............. 109.52 LINGUABEE LLC ............................... Services and Other ............. 152.65 LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE SYSTEMS ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 425.00 MEEKA HOUSTON ............................ Services and Other ............... 12.80 NATHANIEL KNUDSEN ..................... Community Programs ......... 150.00 NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 440.00 QUENTIN DEJHAWN BIRCH ............ Community Programs ......... 100.00 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT ............................................................ Community Programs ......... 693.00 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 2,462.88 ROCKY MOUNTAIN WORKFORCE .. Services and Other ............. 500.00 RONALD PEREA................................ Services and Other ............... 72.01 SALLY WADSWORTH ....................... Services and Other ............... 17.33 SASHA LARSON ................................ Services and Other ............... 16.55 SHRED-IT USA .................................. Services and Other ............. 155.36 SIMPSON HOUSING LLLP ................ Community Programs ...... 1,745.00 STEP SEVEN INC .............................. Community Programs ......... 745.00 SUZIE MILLER ................................... Services and Other ............. 103.86 TANYA JO DEBARDELABEN ............ Services and Other ............... 39.43 THE BAWMANN GROUP INC ........... Services and Other ........ 26,500.00 THE CENTER FOR CREDENTIALING ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 90.00 THRESHOLD HR LLC........................ Services and Other .......... 3,000.00 TRUE COLORS INTERNATIONAL .... Services and Other ............. 613.73 TYLER SMITH .................................... Services and Other ............. 100.16 VALERO MARKETING & SUPPLY CO. ............................................................ Community Programs ...... 2,152.77 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other ............. 703.38 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................. 464.18 FUND REPORT - 16 Road and Bridge AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES .............. Supplies ......................... 14,742.64 ALFRED BENESCH & COMPANY..... Services and Other ........ 27,272.37 ALSCO ............................................... Supplies ........................... 1,369.15 ANDALE CONSTRUCTION INC ........ Services and Other .......... 6,355.06 ASPHALT SPECIALTIES.................... Services and Other .......... 1,320.00 AT&T MOBILITY II LLC ...................... Services and Other ............. 312.41 BELFORE ENVIRONMENTAL ........... Services and Other ............. 571.67 CARL PHARES .................................. Services and Other ............. 194.63 CDW GOVERNMENT ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,384.79 CHRISTOPHER CAMPBELL ............. Services and Other ............. 121.87 CITY OF CENTENNIAL...................... Services and Other ........ 39,468.92 COBITCO, INC. .................................. Supplies ........................... 1,998.38 COLORADO ASPHALT SERVICES INC ............................................................ Supplies ........................... 1,401.30 DAVID MARIZ..................................... Services and Other ............. 165.40 DAVIS HEYWOOD ............................. Services and Other ............. 118.00 DISTINCTIVE THREADS, INC. .......... Supplies ........................... 4,822.30 DONNA PISEL.................................... Services and Other ............. 156.76 DOUG STERN.................................... Services and Other ............. 118.00 EAST JORDAN IRON WORKS INC... Supplies .............................. 193.42 FASICK CONCRETE INC .................. Services and Other ............. 810.00 FASTENAL COMPANY ...................... Supplies ........................... 1,411.96 GRAINGER ........................................ Supplies .............................. 121.67 GREATWOOD LUMBER & HARDWARE ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 252.52 GREATWOOD LUMBER & HARDWARE ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 278.31 IREA ................................................... Services and Other ............. 524.86 J & A TRAFFIC PRODUCTS .............. Supplies ........................... 3,838.65

LEGALS JASON GROTHE ............................... Services and Other ............... 69.12 JAVA DISTRIBUTION INC .................. Supplies .............................. 173.25 JK TRANSPORTS INC ....................... Services and Other ...... 307,166.48 KEVEN MARTENS ............................. Services and Other ............... 30.92 KIEWIT INFRASTRUCTURE CO ....... Supplies ....................... 165,494.25 KUMAR & ASSOCIATES INC ............ Services and Other .......... 2,808.75 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES .. Supplies .............................. 202.20 NORTHERN IMPORTS ...................... Supplies .............................. 596.80 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 430.00 PARKER TRAILER SERVICE INC ..... Supplies .............................. 162.13 PIRTEK NORTH VALLEY................... Supplies ........................... 1,010.20 R N ROTH LLC................................... Supplies ........................... 5,658.00 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 2,577.36 ROTH SHANNON .............................. Services and Other .......... 1,200.00 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO BOULDER ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 225.00 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,430.46 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................. 496.74 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 366.24 WL CONTRACTORS INC .................. Services and Other .......... 5,551.25 XCEL ENERGY .................................. Services and Other .......... 1,508.28 FUND REPORT - 19 Communications Network Replacement HILL ENTERPRISES INC .................. Services and Other .......... 3,754.26 FUND REPORT - 20 Sheriff’s Commissary ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT ...... Services and Other ........ 14,074.09 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH .............. Services and Other ........ 10,094.76 BAKER & TAYLOR ............................. Services and Other .......... 2,391.28 COMCAST.......................................... Services and Other ............. 654.31 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC . Services and Other .......... 7,764.83 DEBRA RENEE TYGRETT ................ Services and Other .......... 1,222.50 DENVER NEWSPAPER AGENCY ..... Services and Other .......... 1,139.50 FOLLETT SCHOOL SOLUTIONS INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 309.62 NANCY LANTZ................................... Services and Other ............. 330.00 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. .................................. 299.33 USA TODAY ....................................... Services and Other ............... 82.46 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................... 43.68 FUND REPORT - 21 Community Development BENJAMIN E NICHOLS ..................... Services and Other ............... 22.79 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD..................... Services and Other ...... 114,750.00 FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER ..... Services and Other .......... 3,475.69 FUNDING PRTNS FOR HOUSING SOL INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 2,200.00 JEREMY FINK .................................... Services and Other ............. 287.95 LCPTRACKER INC ............................ Supplies ........................... 3,250.00 LITTLETON HOUSING AUTHORITY ... Community Programs ........ 2,539.96 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 94.41 STRAIGHT LINE SAWCUTTING INC .. Services and Other .......... 12,250.85 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 15,000.00 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other ............... 20.01 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP .... Services and Other ............... 81.62 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................... 28.44 WHOLE ENERGY AND HARDWARE INC ............................................................ Supplies ........................... 4,690.00 FUND REPORT - 26 Grants ALSCO ............................................... Supplies .............................. 445.80 ANGELA STANTON ........................... Services and Other ............... 57.38 APPLEGATE COLORADO LLC ......... MISC. ............................... 7,814.10 ASHLEY YANT ................................... Services and Other ............... 88.88 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH .............. Services and Other ........ 23,331.55 BENJAMIN E NICHOLS ..................... Services and Other ............... 18.19 BETH STEPHENSON ........................ Services and Other ............... 38.36 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL INC ............. Supplies ........................... 2,675.77 BRADLEY AYRES .............................. Services and Other ............... 73.84 BRENDA SIMONS.............................. Services and Other ............... 79.46 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 315.00 CASEY SIMONS ................................ Services and Other ............. 102.72 CITY OF AURORA ............................. Services and Other ............. 158.43 COLORADO SAFETY INSPECTION . Services and Other ............... 65.00 COLUMBIA INDUSTRIES INC ........... Supplies ........................... 3,373.01 COMCOR INC .................................... Community Programs ......... 223.20 CORECIVIC LLC ................................ Community Programs .. 134,381.70 CORECIVIC LLC ................................ Services and Other .......... 5,140.00 CORECIVIC TENN LLC ..................... Community Programs .. 149,484.63 CORECIVIC TENN LLC ..................... Services and Other .......... 7,022.50 DENVER REALTY GROUP LLC ........ Community Programs ...... 1,525.00 DENVER WINAIR CO ........................ MISC. ............................... 9,143.70 DIPAK PATEL ..................................... Community Programs ......... 412.00 DOUGLAS BERTRAND ..................... Services and Other ............... 86.99 EAGLE ROCK SUPPLY ..................... MISC. ............................... 4,336.80 ELOISA ALTAMIRA............................. Services and Other ............... 76.74 GARD CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 2,506.00 GEORGE T SANDERS COMPANY ... Supplies ........................... 1,144.55 GRID ALTERNATIVES ....................... Services and Other ........ 42,573.00 H & A PROPERTIES LLC ................... Services and Other .......... 8,189.44 HOLLY HOOVER ............................... Services and Other ............... 33.38 HOME COMFORT INSULATION ....... Services and Other .......... 3,606.80 INTERVENTION COMMUNITY.......... Community Programs ...... 1,815.00 INTREPID VENTURE GROUP LLC ... Services and Other ........ 11,003.60 LARIMER COUNTY ........................... Community Programs ........... 83.70 LOHMILLER AND COMPANY ............ MISC. ............................... 1,799.39 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES .. Supplies .............................. 263.18 MECCA HUGHEY .............................. Services and Other ............. 108.48 MONTGOMERY INSULATION INC.... Services and Other .......... 2,465.36 MORTON ASSOCIATES LLC............. Community Programs ......... 300.00 REGINA BOSMA/PETTY CASH ........ Supplies .............................. 326.14 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 1,277.35 RIS INSULATION SUPPLY ................ MISC. ............................... 1,084.63 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ............................................................ Supplies ................................ 34.55 SENIORS’ RESOURCE CENTER INC ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 29,360.30 STEVE ELLIOTT ................................ Services and Other ............... 61.53 SUNLIGHT SOLAR ENERGY INC ..... Services and Other ........ 20,145.66 TERESA MARLOWE .......................... Services and Other ................. 5.46 THE GEO GROUP INC ...................... Community Programs .... 88,816.24 THE GEO GROUP INC ...................... Services and Other ........ 10,745.00 TRUTECH TOOLS LTD ...................... Supplies ................................ 63.49 TYCO INTEGRATED SECURITY LLC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 323.42 USI...................................................... Supplies .............................. 255.00 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other ............. 391.30 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................. 109.15 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 145.74 XCEL ENERGY .................................. Services and Other ............. 481.57 dba CARSON APARTMENTS, LLC ... Services and Other .......... 2,192.75 FUND REPORT - 28 Open Space Sales Tax ALLIANCE CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS LLC ............................................................ MISC. ........................... 113,617.39 ALMA CASTILLAS.............................. MISC. ............................... 1,100.00 APPLIED DESIGN SERVICES LLC ... Services and Other .......... 1,197.00 BOHANNAN-HUSTON INC................ Services and Other ............... 75.70 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 1,033.69 CDW GOVERNMENT ........................ Supplies .............................. 822.85 CITY OF GREENWOOD VILLAGE .... Services and Other ........ 97,500.00 CPS DISTRIBUTORS INC ................. Supplies ................................ 83.75 CSA LLC ............................................. Services and Other ............... 68.00 CTL THOMPSON INC ........................ Services and Other .......... 2,845.20 DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 7,470.00 DEBBIE TAWZER............................... MISC. ............................... 1,050.00 DISTINCTIVE THREADS, INC. .......... Supplies .............................. 555.61 DOLORES REYES ............................. MISC. .................................. 804.00 ENGLEWOOD LOCK AND SAFE INCSupplies .................................. 7.65 EVENTS RENTS INC ......................... Services and Other .......... 4,995.00 EXPRESS INC ................................... Services and Other .......... 2,211.51 FIRST CHOICE HOLIDAY PARTY ..... MISC. .................................. 973.00 GLEN R POOLE ................................. Services and Other ............. 231.07 GRAINGER ........................................ Supplies .............................. 310.39 GRANITE SEED COMPANY .............. Supplies ........................... 1,026.41 GYPSY FARMHOUSE MARKET ....... MISC. ............................... 1,101.00 HIGH LINE CANAL CONSERVANCY .. Services and Other ........ 325,000.00 HSS INC ............................................. MISC. ............................... 8,201.00 I-70 CORRIDOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 270.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ Supplies .............................. 424.87 INTERGROUP INC ............................ Capital Outlay .................. 2,487.62 INTERGROUP INC ............................ Services and Other .......... 6,081.98 IREA ................................................... Services and Other ............... 68.52 JAMES C STEWART.......................... Services and Other ............. 500.00 JAVA DISTRIBUTION INC .................. Supplies .............................. 264.95 JUDITH LUEVANO JUAREZ .............. MISC. ............................... 1,160.00 KUMAR & ASSOCIATES INC ............ MISC. ............................... 2,670.65 KUMAR & ASSOCIATES INC ............ Services and Other .......... 5,415.00

LAURA CORDERO ............................ MISC. ............................... 1,100.00 ON WINGS INC .................................. Services and Other ............. 347.17 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 3,485.00 PURE CYCLE CORPORATION ......... Services and Other .......... 1,133.21 RAYMOND WINN ............................... Services and Other ............... 12.00 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. .................................. 799.11 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ............................................................ Supplies .............................. 325.93 RUFF FLYBALL .................................. MISC. .................................. 832.00 SANDRA BOTTOMS .......................... Services and Other ............... 27.00 SHARON POWERS ........................... Services and Other ............. 751.97 SONIC DRIVE-IN ............................... MISC. ............................... 1,100.00 STREAM DESIGN LLC ...................... Services and Other ........ 57,326.00 TENNANT SALES AND SERVICE COMPANY ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 260.85 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 253.00 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other ............. 236.83 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................. 109.84 W R SINGLETON ............................... Services and Other ........ 20,055.48 WAGNER RENTS .............................. Services and Other .......... 1,098.25 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 784.75 XCEL ENERGY .................................. Services and Other .......... 3,665.30 FUND REPORT - 29 Homeland Security - North Central ADAMS AND JEFFERSON COUNTY ...Services and Other.................. 87.77 BOULDER RURAL FIRE PROTECTION ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 448.28 BULLSHARK INC ............................... Services and Other .......... 2,972.01 C SCOTT KELLAR ............................. MISC. ............................. 11,060.00 CADWELL IRREVOCABLE TRUST III ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 223.00 CHARLES SCOTT KELLAR............... Services and Other ............. 203.40 CHERYL JEAN WOOD ...................... Services and Other ............. 120.00 CITY OF LONGMONT........................ Services and Other .......... 1,382.88 CITY OF THORNTON ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,786.32 CRITIGEN LLC ................................... Services and Other .......... 3,340.00 KEVIN KAY ......................................... Services and Other ............. 529.92 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC .......... Services and Other ...... 241,058.80 MOUNTAIN VIEW FIRE PROTECTION ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 2,714.15 PERICLE COMMUNICATIONS COMPANY ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 8,524.47 PHF II DENVER LLC .......................... Services and Other .......... 5,550.24 RACHELLE M MILLER....................... Services and Other ............. 231.53 REHABMART LLC ............................. Services and Other .......... 6,292.62 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. ...................................... (2.77) RICHARD C PRICE............................ Services and Other .......... 5,004.08 SIDDIGI RASUL LLC .......................... Services and Other ............. 722.96 SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 7,516.30 STEPHANY JUNEAU ......................... Services and Other ............. 152.31 SWIMS DISPOSAL SERVICE ............ Services and Other ............. 470.00 TERRANCE KEE YOUNG ................. Services and Other ............. 480.00 TIME CREATORS INC ....................... Services and Other ............. 180.00 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER ................ Services and Other .......... 6,431.00 VERIZON WIRELESS ........................ Services and Other ............. 992.40 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. ...................................... 7.34 XCEL ENERGY .................................. Services and Other ............. 262.11 FUND REPORT - 33 Building Maintenance Fund A & A TRADIN POST INC ................... Services and Other .......... 5,245.12 A SMART ELEVATOR SOLUTION ..... Services and Other ............. 250.00 AUTOZONE........................................ Supplies .................................. 9.84 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 1,100.00 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC ......... Services and Other ............. 142.13 COSGROVE MECHANICAL LLC ....... Services and Other ............. 475.00 CS GROUP INC ................................. Services and Other ............. 145.00 CUT & CORE INC .............................. Supplies .............................. 275.00 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 120.00 DYNAMIC CONTROLS INC ............... Supplies ........................... 1,140.36 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................. Services and Other .......... 3,236.75 ELEVATOR INSPECTION & CERT SERV INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 700.00 ENGLEWOOD LOCK AND SAFE INCServices and Other ............. 289.75 ET TECHNOLOGIES ......................... Services and Other .......... 1,595.00 FIERO FLUID POWER INC ............... Services and Other .......... 1,100.00 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 280.00 GLOBAL FIRE & SAFETY INC........... Services and Other ............... 90.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP ... Services and Other ............. 268.20 GRAINGER ........................................ Supplies ........................... 1,670.53 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ Services and Other ............. 127.77 INTERLINE BRANDS INC.................. Supplies ........................... 6,671.82 INTERSTATE ENERGY INC .............. Services and Other ............. 382.00 JOHN W GASPARINI INC .................. Services and Other .......... 1,153.10 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF DENVER Services and Other ............. 315.16 KAMAN INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES ............................................................ Services and Other ............... 38.39 LYLES CAROLINA HERITAGE CORPServices and Other ............. 660.75 MOBILE MINI LLC .............................. Services and Other ............... 98.53 ON WINGS INC .................................. Services and Other ............... 99.04 PIONEER SAND COMPANY INC ...... Services and Other ............. 174.90 SHERWIN WILLIAMS ........................ Services and Other .......... 1,540.14 SHRED-IT USA .................................. Services and Other .......... 2,955.78 SOLSBURY HILL LLC ........................ Services and Other ............. 341.27 STEPHAN P REGLAND ..................... Services and Other .......... 2,940.00 SWINGLE LAWN TREE & LANDSCAPE ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 213.50 THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO.......... Services and Other ............. 396.61 TOWER REPAIR SPECIALISTS INC ... Services and Other ............ 1,050.00 TRIPLE L&P INC ................................ Services and Other ............... 58.33 TT HOLDINGS LLC ............................ Services and Other ............. 550.74 WESTERN ACCESS CONTROLS INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 1,640.00 FUND REPORT - 34 Fair Fund EVENTS RENTS INC ......................... Services and Other ........ 10,638.30 FUND REPORT - 41 Capital Expenditure A2M4SEEN LLP ................................. MISC. ............................... 2,459.28 CTL THOMPSON INC ........................ Services and Other .......... 2,200.00 DOUBLE R EXCAVATING INC........... MISC. ............................. 26,657.54 GERALD H PHIPPS INC .................... Capital Outlay ..................... 800.00 GERALD H PHIPPS INC .................... MISC. ........................... 196,527.40 HILL ENTERPRISES INC .................. MISC. ............................... 1,574.00 HSS INC ............................................. MISC. ............................. 15,000.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC ........ MISC. ........................... 130,534.85 INTERGROUP INC ............................ MISC. ............................... 2,245.00 INTERGROUP INC ............................ Services and Other .......... 6,777.74 TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS .... MISC. ............................... 3,192.50 FUND REPORT - 42 Infrastructure BOHANNAN-HUSTON INC................ Services and Other ........ 11,923.10 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF........ Services and Other ... 2,094,013.67 DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES INC ............................................................ Services and Other ...... 188,914.55 FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG ..... Services and Other .......... 1,925.63 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP INC ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 8,487.50 FUND REPORT - 43 Arapahoe County Recreation District ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ............................................................ Services and Other .......... 7,207.22 CHERRY CREEK VALLEY ................. Services and Other ............. 160.71 IREA ................................................... Services and Other ............... 22.96 RELIANCE STANDARD LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................ MISC. .................................... 19.51 SAFEWARE INC ................................ Supplies .............................. 114.26 VISION SERVICE PLAN .................... MISC. .................................... 22.12 XCEL ENERGY .................................. Services and Other .......... 3,462.59 YESCO LLC ....................................... Services and Other ............. 108.00 FUND REPORT - 62 Lease Purchase Agreement Fund UMB BANK NA ................................... Services and Other .......... 2,500.00 FUND REPORT - 70 Central Services ADVANCE AUTO PARTS ................... MISC. .................................. 101.06 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ............................................................ MISC. .................................. 432.55 AMERICAN TIRE DISTRIBUTORS INC ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 2,130.68 BERGKAMP INC ................................ MISC. .................................. 615.94 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 1,081.93 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC ...... MISC. .................................. 461.80 COLORADO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CO ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 1,791.90 DALES TIRES & RETREADING INC ... MISC. ................................. 3,063.66 EP BLAZER LLC ................................ MISC. .................................... 33.36 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS ................ MISC. .................................. 289.95 FARIS MACHINERY CO .................... MISC. ............................... 2,080.00

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LEGALS — Continued from page 16 — FEDEX................................................ MISC. .................................... 80.46 HILL ENTERPRISES INC .................. MISC. ............................. 42,853.28 HONNEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY ... MISC. .................................. 171.01 JFMT AUTOMOTIVE GROUP LLC .... MISC. ............................. 34,504.00 LIGHTHOUSE INC ............................. MISC. .................................... 75.43 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING ............................................................ MISC. ............................. 48,576.75 MCCOY SALES CORPORATION ...... MISC. .................................. 463.37 MIDSTATES DISTRIBUTING ............. MISC. .................................. 838.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS ........................... MISC. .................................. 373.94 NATIONWIDE AUTO PARTS ............. MISC. .................................. 951.53 OMEARA FORD CENTER ................. MISC. .................................. 319.87 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SERVICES INC ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 2,673.16 THE PITNEY BOWES BANK INC ...... MISC. ............................. 40,000.00 UNITED REPROGRAPHICS.............. MISC. ............................. 12,984.00 FUND REPORT - 71 Self-Insurance Liability BODYS BY BROWN .......................... Services and Other .......... 7,510.63 ENTERPRISE LEASING COMPANY OF ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 104.82 PORTER AUTO BODY ....................... Services and Other .......... 3,061.66 SUPER VACUUM MANUFACTURING CO INC ............................................................ Services and Other ............. 550.00 FUND REPORT - 73 Self-Insurance Workers Comp A2M4SEEN LLP ................................. Services and Other .......... 2,156.71 CANNON COCHRAN MANAGEMENT ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 77,140.54 FUND REPORT - 74 Self-Insurance Dental DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF COLORADO ............................................................ Services and Other ........ 99,865.58 FUND REPORT - 84 E-911 Authority BRUCE ROMERO .............................. Services and Other ............. 195.64 CDW GOVERNMENT ........................ Services and Other ............. 202.51 CITY OF GLENDALE ......................... Services and Other ........ 35,940.00 FAIRFIELD AND WOODS PC ............ Services and Other ........ 13,436.92 ISC INC .............................................. Services and Other ........ 59,850.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES ........... Services and Other ............. 201.87 LITTLETON FIRE RESCUE ............... Services and Other ...... 102,843.33 METCOM............................................ Services and Other .......... 1,787.06 MOETIVATIONS INC .......................... Services and Other .......... 6,416.25

ARAPAHOE COUNTY ARAPAHOE COUNTY INVITATION FOR BID IFB-18-03 ON-SITE SCANNER MAINTENANCE Notice is hereby given that the Arapahoe County Purchasing Division will be accepting bids for On-Site Scanner Maintenance Services. All Arapahoe County solicitations can be obtained from the County’s website. The Invitation For Bid (IFB-18-03) document can be obtained by going to the Arapahoe County website www.arapahoegov. com, then go to the Finance Department, and under the Finance Department select Purchasing then go to the Quick Link for the Rocky Mountain ePurchasing website. Submittals must be received in the Purchasing Division, located at 5334 South Prince Street, 4th Floor, Littleton, CO 80120, no later than 2:00 p.m. local time on February 8, 2018. The County reserves the right to waive any or all informalities or irregularities and to reject any or all submittals. Matt Crane, Clerk to the Board Published in The Villager Published: January 11, 2018 Legal # 7955 ____________________________ ARAPAHOE COUNTY REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL RFP-18-04 WEATHER FORECASTING SERVICES Notice is hereby given that the Arapahoe County Purchasing Division will be accepting proposals for Weather Forecasting Services. All Arapahoe County solicitations can be obtained from the County’s website. The Request for Proposal (RFP-18-04) document can be obtained by going to the Arapahoe County website www.arapahoegov. com, then go to the Finance Department, and under the Finance Department select Purchasing then go to the Quick Link for the Rocky Mountain ePurchasing website. Submittals must be received in the Purchasing Division, located at 5334 South Prince Street, 4th Floor, Littleton, CO 80120, no later than 2:00 p.m. local time on February 8, 2018. The County reserves the right to waive any or all informalities or irregularities and to reject any or all submittals. Matt Crane, Clerk to the Board Published in The Villager Published: January 11, 2018 Legal # 7956 ____________________________ NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNFICANT IMPACT AND NOTICE OF INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS Date of Publication: January 11, 2018 Don Klemme, Director of Community Relations Arapahoe County 1690 W. Littleton Blvd., Littleton, CO, 80120 (303) 738-8060 These notice shall satisfy two separate but related procedural requirements for activities to be undertaken by the Arapahoe County. REQUEST FOR RELEASE OF FUNDS On or after January 26, 2018 the Arapahoe County Director of Community Resources will on behalf of Alameda View Apartments, LP. submit a request to

the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release Community Development Block Grant (CDBG Funds) under Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (PL 93-383), as amended to undertake the following project: Project Title: Alameda View Apartments, LP Purpose: The purpose of the project is to construct 116 multifamily units of affordable housing. Location: 15510 E Alameda Parkway, Aurora, CO 80017 Estimated Cost: HUD funding will include up $250,000 in CDBG funds. FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT Arapahoe County has determined that the project will have no significant impact on the human environment. Therefore, an Environmental Impact Statement under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) is not required. Additional project information is contained in the Environmental Review Record (ERR) on file at the Arapahoe County Office located at 1690 W. Littleton Blvd., Littleton, CO 80120 and may be examined or copied weekdays 8 A.M to 4:30 P.M. PUBLIC COMMENTS Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to the RE at Arapahoe County office. All comments received by January 26, 2018; will be considered by the Arapahoe County RE prior to authorizing submission of a request for release of funds. Comments should specify which Notice they are addressing. RELEASE OF FUNDS Arapahoe County RE certify to HUD that Mr. Don Klemme in his capacity as Director of Community Resources consent to accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. HUD’s approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA and related laws and authorities and allows the Community Housing Development Association, Inc. to use HUD program funds. OBJECTIONS TO RELEASE OF FUNDS HUD will accept objections to its release of fund and Arapahoe County certification for a period of fifteen days following the anticipated submission date or its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the following bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of Arapahoe County; (b) Arapahoe County has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR part 58; (c) the grant recipient or other participants in the development process have committed funds, incurred costs or undertaken activities not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a release of funds by HUD; or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58, Sec. 58.76) and shall be addressed to HUD administration office at 1670 Broadway Street, Denver CO 80202, (303) 672-5440. Potential objectors should contact HUD to

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FUND REPORT - 91 Treasurer CITY OF AURORA ............................. MISC. ........................ 1,456,668.40 CITY OF CENTENNIAL...................... MISC. ........................... 402,125.42 CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE .. MISC. ............................. 73,760.25 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD..................... MISC. ........................... 139,149.11 CITY OF GLENDALE ......................... MISC. ............................. 24,451.41 CITY OF LITTLETON / FINANCE DEPT ............................................................ MISC. ........................... 185,543.43 CITY OF SHERIDAN .......................... MISC. ............................. 38,317.94 COLO DEPT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT ............................................................ MISC. .................................. 714.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ............................................................ MISC. ............................. 16,797.00 COLORADO DEPT OF REVENUE .... MISC. ........................ 4,333,480.20 DEPARTMENT OF STATE ................. MISC. .................................... 10.00 INTELLECTUAL TECHNOLOGY INC MISC. ............................... 7,086.71 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY ....... MISC. ........................... 404,814.00 STATE OF COLORADO HUMAN SERVICES ............................................................ MISC. ............................... 4,760.00 TOWN OF COLUMBINE VALLEY ...... MISC. ............................. 11,830.06

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STATE OF COLORADO ) ) S.S. COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE ) I, MATT CRANE, COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER AND EX OFFICIO CLERK TO THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN AND FOR THE COUNTY AND STATE AFORESAID, DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE AND FOREGOING IS A FULL, TRUE AND CORRECT COPY OF THE LISTS OF COUNTY WARRANTS ALLOWED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISIONERS AND THE COUNTY BOARD OF SOCIAL SERVICES UNDER THE DATES OF 12/01/2017 THROUGH 12/31/2017 DRAWN FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE FUNDS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE HERE UNTO SET MY HAND AND SEAL OF THE SAID COUNTY AT LITTLETON THIS 01/02/2018. MATT CRANE, CLERK TO THE BOARD Published in The Villager Published: January 11, 2018 Legal # 7954 verify the actual last day of the objection period. RE Certifying Officers: Mr. Don Klemme, Director of Community Relations, Arapahoe County Published in The Villager Published: January 11, 2018 Legal # 7959 ____________________________ ARAPAHOE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS Smoky Hill Public Storage SDP CASE NO. Z17-003 PROPOSAL: Galloway & Company, (applicant) on the behalf of Public Storage Company (owner) is requesting approval of Specific Development Plan (SDP) application Z17-003. The SDP proposes a three-story indoor self-storage building with a 44,131 square foot footprint on a 4.23 acre lot located at 16606 E Smoky Hill Road. Building elevations indicate a maximum height of 40’ and masonry accents on the building exterior. The SDP also shows the general location of proposed paving, vegetation, fences, and drainage improvements. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on January 30, 2018 the Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing at 9:30 a.m., or as soon as possible thereafter, in the East Hearing Room, Administration Building, 5334 S. Prince St., Littleton, CO 80120, at which, all interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning the abovedescribed Specific Development Plan (SDP) application Z17-003. More information about this proposal is available at the Arapahoe County Public Works and Development Department, Planning Division, 6924 S. Lima St., Centennial, CO 80112, 720-874-6650. Matt Crane, Clerk to the Board Published in The Villager Published: January 11, 2018 Legal # 7964 ____________________________

COURTS PUBLIC NOTICE OF PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME COUNTY COURT ARAPAHOE COUNTY, COLORADO 1790 W. Littleton Blvd. Littleton, CO 80120 Case No. 17CV343 PUBLIC NOTICE is given on December 13, 2017 that a Petition for a Change of Name of an Adult has been filed with the Arapahoe County Court. The Petition requests that the name of Steven Samuel Groobert be changed to Samantha Myra Groobert. Clerk of Court By: /s/ ___________ Deputy Clerk [SEAL] Published in The Villager First Publication: January 4, 2017 Last Publication: January 18, 2018 Legal # 7935 ____________________________ DISTRICT COURT ARAPAHOE COUNTY, COLORADO Court Address: 7325 S Potomac St. Centennial, CO 80112 ________ Plaintiff: HIGH HOLLOWS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC., a Colorado non-profit corporation, Defendants: FREDDIE POLK; SUSAN RYDEN AS PUBLIC TRUSTEE FOR ARAPAHOE COUNTY; SUE SANDSTROM AS TREASURER FOR ARAPAHOE COUNTY; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION. _______ Attorneys for Plaintiff: WINZENBURG, LEFF, PURVIS & PAYNE, LLP Stephane R. Dupont, #39425 Gina C. Botti #42005 Address: 8020 Shaffer Parkway

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Suite 300 Littleton, CO 80127 Phone Number: (303) 863-1870 ______________________ Case Number: 17CV032504 Div.: Ctrm.: SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: FREDDIE POLK You are hereby summoned and required to appear and defend against the claims of the complaint filed with the court in this action, by filing with the clerk of this court an answer or other response. You are required to file your answer within 35 days after the service of this Summons upon you. Service of the summons shall be complete on the day of the last publication. A copy of the complaint may be obtained from the clerk of the court. If you fail to file your answer or other response to the complaint in writing within 35 days after the date of the last publication, judgment by default may be rendered against you by the court for the relief demanded in the complaint without further notice. This is an action for judicial foreclosure of an assessment lien in and to the real property situated in Arapahoe County, Colorado, more particularly described on Exhibit A, attached hereto and by this reference made a part hereof. Dated: December 22, 2017 WINZENBURG, LEFF, PURVIS & PAYNE, L.L.P. By:*s/Stephane R. Dupont Stephane R. Dupont Exhibit A CONDOMINIUM UNIT NO. 103, BUILDING NO. 10702, HIGH HOLLOWS CONDOMINIUM, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO., AS SHOWN ON THE CONDOMINIUM MAP RECORDED JUNE 26, 1980 AT RECEPTION NO. 1976776, AND SUBJECT TO THE CONDOMINIUM DECLARATION FOR HIGH HOLLOWS CONDOMINIUM RECORDED JUNE 26, 1980 IN BOOK 3236 AT PAGE 64, ARAPAHOE COUNTY RECORDS, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO. Also known as: 10702 E. Exposition Avenue, #103, Aurora, CO 80012. This Summons is issued pursuant to Rule 4(h), Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure Published in The Villager First Publication: January 4, 2018 Last Publication: February 1, 2018 Legal # 7942 ____________________________ DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE STATE OF COLORADO 7325 S. Potomac Street Centennial, Colorado 80112 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO In the Interest of: JANIYAH RUSSELL AND NEMIYAH RUSSELL Children, And concerning: TAMAR RUSSELL, RICHARD DAVIS, AND EDWARD COLLINS Respondents, Kristi Erickson, Esq., Reg. #50739 Assistant County Attorney 14980 E. Alameda Drive Aurora, CO 80012 303-752-8989 (F) 303-636-1889 NOTICE OF ADJUDICATORY HEARING AND

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To The Respondents: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an Adjudicatory Hearing regarding EDWARD COLLINS is set for January 23, 2018, at the hour of 1:00 p.m., in Division 35, at the Arapahoe County District Court, 7305 South Potomac Street. Centennial, Colorado 80112. You have the right to be represented by an attorney during these proceedings; if you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to represent you. In the event you fail to appear for said hearing at the date and time indicated, the Petitioner will request that the Court enter a default judgment against you and adjudicate the child(ren). dependent and neglected in accordance with the Colorado Children’s Code. Kristi Erickson, Esq. Reg. #50739 Assistant County Attorney

The City reserves the right to reject any and all submittals, and to make final determination in the event of duplications. No submittal may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for opening thereof. Any submittal received as a result of this request is prepared at the contractor’s expense and becomes City property and therefore, public record. Any questions regarding the project should be directed to Jeremy Hanak, Engineering & Operations Administrator (303) 708-6175. /s/ John Sheldon Director of Public Works Published in The Villager First Publication: January 11, 2018 Last Publication: January 18, 2018 Legal # 7960 ____________________________

Published in The Villager Published: January 11, 2018 Legal # 7963 ____________________________

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The Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority, owner and operator of Centennial Airport, Englewood, Colorado, is soliciting Statements of Qualifications to retain a qualified Contractor to provide preconstruction and construction services for new construction of an Aviation Community and Administrative Facility. The building will functionally replace the existing administrative building currently co-located with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Air Traffic Control Tower at the Centennial Airport at 7800 South Peoria Street in Englewood, CO 80122.

Public Notice of Contractor’s Final Settlement Pursuant to C.R.S. 38-26-107, notice is hereby given that on/ or after the 19th day of January 2018 final settlement with Dittus Construction Inc., will be made by the City of Cherry Hills Village, for the Public Works Metal Building Installation, and that any person, co-partnership, association, company, or corporation who has an unpaid claim against any of the contractors for or on account of the furnishing of labor, materials, team hire, sustenance, provisions, provender, or other supplies used or consumed by such contractors, or any of their subcontractors, in or about the performance of said work may file at any time up to and including said time of such final settlement on/or after, January 19th, 2018, a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid on account of such claim with the City Council of the City of Cherry Hills Village, at the office of: City Manager City of Cherry Hills Village 2450 E. Quincy Avenue Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113 Failure on the part of a claimant to file such statements prior to such final settlement will relieve said City from all and any liability for such claimant’s claims. CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE STATE OF COLORADO Published in The Villager First Publication: January 11, 2018 Last Publication: January 18, 2018 Legal # 7953 ____________________________

GREENWOOD VILLAGE NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado (the “City”) will receive statement of qualifications for the Maintenance Facility Phase 2 Construction Manager/General Contractor at the City Maintenance Facility, 10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80112-3730, until 2:00 p.m. on January 25, 2018. The request for qualifications for the Maintenance Facility Phase 2 Construction Manager/General Contractor is available electronically via the Rocky Mountain EPurchasing System on the City of

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

To obtain a complete copy of the Request for Statement of Qualifications, please e-mail Cameron Hallock at challock@centennialairport.com. The Contractor must supply all information required by the Request for Statements of Qualifications. The Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority reserves the right to waive any informalities and minor irregularities in the submittals and to select the Contractor deemed to be in the best interest of the Airport. Statements of Qualifications must be submitted to Cameron Hallock, Senior Planner, Centennial Airport, 7800 S. Peoria St. Box G1, Englewood, CO 80112 no later than 2:00 p.m. MST, January 29, 2018. DBE firms are encouraged to apply. Published in The Villager First Publication: January 11, 2018 Last Publication: January 18, 2018 Legal # 7958

NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Anne Elizabeth Tooley, Deceased Case Number 2017PR31049 All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the undersigned or the Probate Court of Arapahoe County, Colorado, on or before May 4, 2018, or the claims may be forever barred. Law Office of Lyndsey Richard Lyndsey Richard, Esq., #39154 Attorneys for Personal Representative 545 South Race Street Denver, Colorado 80209 Published in The Villager First Publication: January 4, 2018 Last Publication: January 18, 2018 Legal # 7944 ____________________________

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

John Denver benefit tribute with the John Adams Band And the Colorado landscape photography of John Fielder

On Saturday, Feb. 3 at the University of Denver’s Newman Center, come celebrate Colorado’s High Country through the music of the iconic songwriter and singer John Denver with the amazing John Adams Band and the award- John Adams winning landscape graphs will be choreographed photography of John Fielder. Sing along to such favorites to the music of Denver, performed by the John Adams as “Rocky Mountain High”, Band. “Annie’s Song”, and “Thank Adams and his band have God I’m A Country Boy”. been playing Denver’s greatThis will be a very special est hits since the mid 90’s, evening, through the artistic travelling across the United collaboration of Adams and States and the globe. While Fielder, the music of Denver Fielder has won many awards will come to life on the big for his Colorado landscape screen of the June Swaner photography as well as his efGates Concert Hall. Over 900 forts to protect and preserve of Fielder’s Colorado photo-

Colorado’s wild The work of John Fielder will be choreographed to the concert by the John Adams Band. places. This celCost of tickets are $37.25 charge though the generosebration will benefit Dofor general admission, $47.25 ity of the Summit County mus Pacis Family Respite, for VIP seating and $15 for community. Domus Pacis whose mission is to provide utilizes donated homes and a children. Tickets can be purFront Range families going chased at newmantix.com.org through their cancer journey large cadre of volunteers to or at the Newman Center box accomplish its mission. The with a week of peace and office. In addition, John Fieldorganization served over 125 respite in the High Country er will be available to sign his families in 2017 and plans to of Summit County. Domus latest collection of landscape provide over 150 week-long Pacis provides lodging, food books. and some activities all free of respites in 2018.

Two cultures clash in beloved musical ‘The King and I’

BY CLAUDIA CARBONE The 2015 award-winning revival of the beloved musical The King and I is on a tour stop at the Buell Theater. This dazzling production with a fabulous cast, gorgeous costumes and some of the best songs ever to come out of Broadway is an absolute delight on many levels. The King and I is based on Englishwoman Anna Leonownes’s memoirs of her five-year stint as teacher in the Royal Palace of Siam (now Thailand) in the 1860s. In 1944, Margaret Landon wrote a novel stemming from Leonownes’s writings. That inspired Rogers and Hammerstein’s 1951 stage musical with Yul Brynner, who also starred in the 1956 film version, cementing his ownership of the role of King Mongkut, for which Brynner won multiple awards. The headstrong proper British widow Anna is beau-

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tifully played by Madeline Trumble. The arrogant king (Jose LLana) brilliantly brings his own brand of swagger to the role. Their clash of cultures is both endearing and volatile. Hired by the king to tutor his many children and wives,

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wife (Joan Almedilla). The king’s prime minister (Brian Rivera) warns her, “In foreign country, it’s best to like everyone until you leave.” Mostly, the play is lighthearted and warm, with the Siamese people constantly fascinated with Anna’s billowing hoop skirts, the children’s growing affection for their teacher, and the teacher’s developing love for the king. Not until the famous “Shall We Dance” polka when the king slides his hand around Anna’s waist and they whirl around the room do we know for sure. The family theme is also strong. The “March of Siamese Children” is an adorable scene where the students and their mothers are introduced to Anna with proud papa standing watch. Then, Anna sings lovingly with the families, “Getting to Know You.” Anna teaches her son Louis (Rhyees Stump) about being brave in “Whistle a Happy

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Private Business and Social Club of Distinction “A Gift to the Community”

Remember the revered Metropolitan Club? This will be that one on steroids!

Conceptual rendering by Fentress Architects

There has been a tremendous void in the southeast corridor and finally, there is a muchanticipated, exciting venture to fill that void and the pent-up desire for an extraordinary business meeting and socializing venue.

Spring 2018 ANTICIPATED GROUNDBREAKING WITH ALL THE CEREMONIES 6500 South Fiddler’s Green Circle Imagine… a concierge at the dramatic entry who knows your name and preferences, state-ofthe-art technology throughout, security and convenient parking. Imagine… Continental breakfast on the way to the office, power lunches, Happy Hour and divine dinners. Imagine…an impressive business conference, private meeting or product roll out on your personal “stage.” Imagine… special in-house events such as Ladies of The Met, world-class guest speakers, fashion shows, interest groups, full tea service in the afternoon, special occasion, family holiday and seasonal celebrations.

Imagine… a cozy fire and entertainment in the bar and lounge and a private wine locker, a luncheon with friends and family. Imagine… a tribute wall to our member military heroes Imagine… your name on a bronze plaque as a Founder, Corporate, Star Sponsor or Pinnacle level as well as a designated parking place. Pinnacle level members are limited and have naming rights and additional benefits. Imagine… your membership card – an entree to the finest private club oasis and lifestyle in the region.

Affiliation with ClubCorp – city, country club and resort benefits around the world, is pending.

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