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Where will climate refugees go? New art exhibit explores global warming and it’s ramifications

Where will refugees migrate to, after climate change makes their home uninhabitable? This is, and other global warming issues are explored in a new art exhibit, “Our Planet,” at the Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village though May 5. Organized by Bob Doyle of Greenwood Village, the exhibit explores the impact of climate change on the environment. For more information see page 8.

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CHV city council resolutely rejects roundabout at Quincy Ave. and Colorado Blvd. Cherry Hills Village City Council held its April 3 meeting at St. Mary’s Academy to accommodate the large crowd expected to attend to discuss traffic concerns. Mayor Laura Christman opened the meeting to a standing room only gathering of 150 worried resi-

dents, many of whom had brought prepared statements expressing their strong opposition to constructing a one-lane roundabout at Quincy Avenue and Colorado Boulevard. City Manager Jim Thorsen explained that staff had received many complaints about morning and afternoon rush hour congestion at the intersection. That is con-

sistent with the conclusions of a citywide traffic study completed late last year. Its findings include a statement that “Traffic on Quincy Avenue experiences an average delay of more than 50 seconds per vehicle during the peak hours.” Traffic study recommendations state that CHV can either do nothing at that intersection, “or con-

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Distracted driving month Among many other initiatives happening in April, it is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. While it is impossible to tell exactly how many fatalities involve distracted driving, vehicle fatalities in 2017 again topped 40,000 and distracted driving is believed to be a major contributor. Just look around when you are a passenger in a vehicle and you can see just how many drivers are doing things besides driving. Distracted driving is so much more than texting and driving. It is talking to people in the car, trying to read a map, eating, adjusting the heater, and any number of other things that take both your eyes and you mind off the road. In October, Arapahoe

County joined the Moving Towards Zero initiative, partnering with the Colorado Department of Transportation to reduce traffic fatalities in Colorado. The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office challenges the community to help us move towards zero. Be present when you are driving. Make necessary adjustments to air

Rx take back day

tainer is not available, some organizations and community guidelines recommend using a heavy-duty plastic household container as an alternative. The container should be leak-resistant, remain upright during use and have a tight fitting, punctureresistant lid, such as a plastic laundry detergent container. Household containers should also have the basic features of a good sharps disposal container described below. All sharps disposal containers should be: Made of a heavyduty plastic Able to close with a

tight-fitting, punctureresistant lid, without sharps being able to come out Upright and stable during use Leak-resistant Properly labeled to warn of hazardous waste inside the container National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, April 28. Visit arapahoegov. com/Calendar for more information on locations and items the ACSO can accept. If you can’t make it out to Drug Take Back Day, there is a drug drop off box available in the headquarters lobby, which is open Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

New York Times best-selling and Denver-based author Cynthia Swanson can’t wait to share about her latest novel, The Glass Forest, with her fans and readers on Thursday, April 26, 7 p.m. at the Embassy Suites Denver Tech Center (10250 E. Costilla Ave. in Centennial). Set in the 1960s, The Glass Forest is a suspenseful read that tells the story of a once-idyllic family whose life is changed forever after a single phone call. Swanson’s first book, The Bookseller, has been slated for a movie featuring actress Julia Roberts. Swanson’s books will be

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available for purchase from Tattered Cover and she will be available to sign her books after the presentation. To save your spot, visit arapahoelibraries.org/author, stop by any library or call 303-LIBRARY (303-542-7279).

CHV progress report of Arapahoe County multihazard mitigation plan

The City of Cherry Hills Village adopted the Arapahoe County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan in October 2015. The Hazard Mitigation Plan is available on the City’s website at cherryhillsvillage.com/386/ Floodplain-Development as well as in paper copy from Cherry Hills Village upon request. Since the adoption date Cherry Hills Village has been actively engaged in implementing the recommendations outlined in this plan. Specifically, Cherry Hills Village continues to enforce and implement the following action items that are specific to the city’s hazard mitigation and more specifically floodplain regulations and enforcement: • Enforcement of Floodplain Regulations to limit development in floodplain areas and will continue to enforce these regulations. • Adopt and Enforce 2012 International Building Codes: Cherry Hills Village has now adopted the 2015 International Building Codes.

• The city continues to reach all objectives and implementation as outlined in this plan. As the city participates in the update to the joint multi-hazard Mitigation Plan effort, which will be recommenced before the expiration of the plan in 2020, some recommendations or new projects may include the following: • Continue to adopt and enforce the most recent International Building Codes • Continue to lower the Community Rating System (CRS) Status as applicable • Identify areas of improvement to better assist vulnerable individuals such as the elderly (people over 65 years of age); children (under 5 years old); and the infirm. Cherry Hills Village has a higher percentage of elderly residents compared to other adjacent communities. • For questions or comments please contact the City of Cherry Hills Village Community Development Department at 303-783-2721.

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is an easy way to dispose of unused prescripttion medications, but there are some items the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office cannot dispose. One of those items is sharps and needles. The FDA recommends that used needles and other sharps be immediately placed in FDA-cleared sharps disposal containers. FDA-cleared sharps disposal containers are generally available for purchase through pharmacies, medical supply companies, health care providers, and online. If an FDA-cleared con-

controls, seats and mirrors before you start driving. Turn on an auto-responder on your phone that lets someone texting you know you are driving. Tell your passengers to not be a distraction to you while you are driving. If everyone makes these small changes, it can make a big difference. National Distracted Driving Awareness Month is a great time to register your young driver for Alive at 25, a 4 ½ hour driver’s awareness course for drivers 15-24. The course twice a month at the sheriff’s office headquarters, 13101 E. Broncos Parkway. For more information on dates and times, visit our Sheriff’s Office calendar page, arapahoegov.com/calendar.

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The Villager

Newspaper gossip inside the industry

We were at the Bessie’s Hope Gala Saturday night where Pat Robinson and The Denver Post has been a continuing sponsor for a number of years. The event has grown with the great leadership of the executive team. The organization puts youth with elders who are in long-term care facilities without any visitors. A noble, thoughtful nonprofit makes a difference in both the youth who connect with the elderly. Pat is an unsung hero of the newspaper industry working side-by-side with her brother Dean Singleton in building one of the largest newspaper empires in America and certainly the most potent publishers in Colorado history. Pat always kept a backseat to Dean who was the leader of the team and the visionary of the newspaper industry. He became the president of The Associated Press and helped open up freedom of the press in the emerging Russian state traveling there to meet with the Russian leaders for freedom of the press. He was president of the NAA, the large daily newspaper organization. He became a Nebraska Admiral and honors were heaped upon him and his powerful newspaper chain numbering up to 160 daily and weekly publications. Pat worked around the clock as Dean traveled in his jet airplane across the United States to east and west coast newspapers. He always read The Villager and would tell me that we were his hometown weekly newspaper and that he would get in bed and read The Villager. We have had a good relationship with Dean and Pat to this day. Both are now retired and out of the active management of The Denver Post and all of their newspaper sold. The Alaska newspapers have been sold. What Dean didn’t plan on was the economic downturn of Wall Street in 2008 and the rise of the internet, Google and social media, and the massive loss of classified advertising. Daily newspapers have always been money machines turning out millions in profits year after year and owning baseball and sporting teams. Dean built an awesome newspaper build-

ing in downtown Denver the staff revolt. and one of the most modern They want new ownership who will printing plants in Commerce invest in Denver and City to print The Denver Post Colorado and restore and other newspaper proddiminished staff and ucts. When he purchased the leadership. They would Longmont Times Call like local ownership and Loveland Herald once again as they he picked up a huge predict the death of the German printing press newspaper on the presinstalled in Berthoud ent course and managewhere we print this ment. Villager newspaper I’ve always lived by with wonderful color and registration. the rule of “never let Dean also didn’t them see you sweat” Pat Robinson and brother Dean foresee Multiple Scleroand that you don’t say Singleton at the Denver Auto sis attacking his body and “whoa” in a mud hole. Show. forcing him into a mobile However, The Denver wheelchair. He trekked on pursuing his dream Post is lacking a driver and without solid newspaper leadership, the prisoners appear from boyhood in Graham, Texas where he to have taken over the prison. This is a slipstarted delivering papers as a youngster and working at the local newspaper. He became a pery slope and there are still many good folks working diligently to produce what on some newspaper mogul through hard work, gutsy purchases and knowledge of the industry. days is a very good newspaper. The MS didn’t slow him down much; he I would like to be the publisher of The continued to drive with a mobile lift on his Denver Post. In fact, years ago I dreamed of suburban. He loved his newspaper world. rising to that level, but today The Villager is But, the economy started to change for large enough of a challenge and satisfies ink in the daily newspapers and Wall Street decimated blood tendencies. large newspaper stocks to penny stock levels. We are locally owned with the world I was never privy to the full financial histo- headquarters located right here in Greenwood ry or transactions. He was generous to venues Village where we spread across Arapahoe where he owned newspapers and especially County rounding up all the news that our reporting can gather each week. The Villager affluent in the Denver community thru The survives on local advertising and subscription Denver Post Foundation. with a price that we haven’t raised in decades Mort Marks, myself, and a few close of $45 a year that barely covers the postage friends, have lunch with Dean and talk about and newsprint. Subscriptions are our lifeblood political issues. Dean doesn’t like President of funding and support. Trump, that might be an understatement. The newspaper is at the mercy of our While he doesn’t own The Denver Post anyadvertisers, some who have achieved great more he is still on the paper’s editorial staff success over 37 years of continuous advertisand makes his views known on the opinion ing in a booming DTC, Arapahoe County page. His sister Pat told us Saturday evening that environment. I was anxious on Sunday morning to bring the newspaper staff was in revolt over the New York hedge owners and that the newspa- in The Denver Post to read what Pat Robinper staff was sounding off in Sunday’s newsson was telling us about. She didn’t disappaper. The stories and columns are breathtak- point and I wonder what will happen next? ing to read and neither she, nor us, know how the ownership of the newspaper will react to

Passover–Easter–and the 10 Commandments

seven days. Although Passover has passed, BY MORT REMARKS MARKS Easter – Holy Week begins with it’s still interesting to remember Jesus entering Jerusalem on a Sunthat this holiday season saw Good Friday and the first Passover day, (known as Palm Sunday) ridNight’s dinner both fall on the same ing on a donkey. Jesus made plans day. to celebrate a traditional Passover Two of the world’s biggest remeal with the Twelve Apostles who were sent ahead to prepare the ligions both celebrate completely meal. different religious historic occaMaundy Thursday is the name sions during the same month and given to the day that Jesus celboth religions also follow the 10 ebrated the Passover Dinner with his disciples Commandments which also was handed down during the same season as Passover and Easter. known as the Last Supper. After the Passover The story of Passover is recorded in the Bimeal, Jesus led his disciples out to the garden ble in the book of Exodus. The Israelites had to to pray and was arrested that same night. On Friday (known as Good Friday) he was leave the land of Canaan when a famine caused tried and made to carry his cross to Golgotha them to be destitute. Joseph, one of the sons of and there crucified. Jesus was buried in a tomb Jacob, was the assistant ruler for the Pharaoh which was guarded by Roman soldiers and in Egypt and he brought his family and other yet he still rose from the dead, Sunday and apIsraelites to live in that country. When the famine eventually spread to peared to his disciples. Egypt the Jewish Israelites had to sell all they The name Easter came about because in 325 owned, and they then became slaves for the Emperor Constantine who hated the Jews connext 430 years. vened the Council of Nicaea to establish a new Moses called on God for help and God told feast to replace Passover and it was to be held Moses to tell Pharaoh to let the Jews go, but on the first day of spring to compete with Passwhen Pharaoh refused, God sent a series of over. They chose the Resurrection of Jesus over nine plagues on Egypt and was about to send death to be this new competitive holiday. the 10th which was the Death Angel. Since The name Eostre (Easter) is a corruption of the Death Angel would slay all the Egyptian Astarte, the mother of the goddess of the anfirstborn, but “Pass Over” the Israelites, Phacient Assyrians, also known as Ishtar. Now that these religious holidays have raoh told all of the Jews to immediately leave, passed, the question many ask is what imporand because they had no time to bake bread, tance is there for a Jew or Christian or anyone unleavened bread (matzah) was eaten. Today else to recognize any importance of the 10 to remember that history matzah is eaten for

Commandments. The following 10 Commandments are the 10 basic laws that God gave to Moses on Mount Sinai and are still valid for all people to live by. Some people may think that these commandments do not apply to Christians because they are in the Old Testament, but the Old Testament is the foundation for the New Testament’s Commandments. In a recent study conducted by Desert News Poll between March 10-13, 90 percent of Americans agree that the Commandments regarding murder, stealing, lying and honoring parents remain fundamental standards of behavior. The following are the 10 Commandments and the percentage who say each is still important: 1) “I am the Lord your God. You shall have no other gods before me,” 59 percent; 2) ‘You shall not make yourself a carved image” 63 percent; 3) “You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain…” 59 percent; 4)”Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy…”49 percent; 5) “Honor your father and your mother…” 85 percent; 6) “You shall not murder” 94 percent; 7) “You shall not commit adultery” 83 percent; 8) “You shall not steal” 94 percent; 9) “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor,” 91 percent; 10) “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house, you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife…, nor anything that is your neighbor’s” 78 percent. I can only conclude by saying “May you all celebrate many more holidays.”

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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 QUOTE of the WEEK Ageism is a variation of racism or sexism, all the other isms. - Hugh Hefner


Opinion

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Tackling the Rx abuse and heroin epidemic: A national perspective

The national opioid epidemic across America is getting worse and deadlier. Since 2000, prescription opioids have killed over 200,000 Americans. In Arapahoe County alone, nearly 200 people per year die from prescription drug overdoses from pain killing drugs like oxycodone and oxycontin. Last week, I attended the National Rx Abuse and Heroin Summit in Atlanta. Over 3,000 medical professionals, government officials, and law enforcement officials were in attendance. This was one of the

LETTER

Enough is enough: Arapahoe County Republicans add school safety to list of funding priorities

It has been said that history is made by those who show up. And last week, Colorado House Republicans showed up with amendments for the state budget, changing the conversation around school safety. Our constituents across Arapahoe County have repeatedly asked for something to be done to make our schools safer. Last week we did more than just talk. In a state budget of about $30 billion, the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives

largest gatherings of committed professionals seeking answers to solving the opioid crisis. Senators Ed Markey and Maggie Hasson and several members of congress and former President Bill Clinton presented remarks to conference attendees. The unified message coming out of the conference was that success in stemming the opioid, heroin and fentanyl crisis will require a comprehensive approach including research, law enforcement, innovative clinical treatment programs and

public education programs. Arapahoe County’s opioid programs are further ahead of many other state programs. Sheriff Dave Welcher’s drug take-back program has exceeded expectations by taking thousands of pounds of dangerous drugs off the streets by putting a drug-take back container in the lobby of the sheriff’s office. In addition, the sheriff is attending HOAs and other community organizations to educate the public of the dangers of opioid addiction and allowing citizens to clean out their medicine cabinets of old pain pills and other dangerous prescription drugs for

disposal by the sheriff’s department. His department was one of the first local law enforcement agencies to allow patrol officers to carry Narcan, an opioid antidote that has saved the lives of many opioid overdose victims. The Tri-County Health Department and the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention are working to develop public awareness programs to educate our citizens on the dangers of opioid addiction. Medical schools across the nation are increasing their pain management program requirements for medical students. The classes

will provide students a better understanding of the dangers of over prescribing pain medicines and learning about alternative pain management programs. The quality and collaboration among all the federal, state and local agencies and medical entities was quite remarkable at the conference. A committed and thoughtful approach to the prescription drug crisis was evident among all who attended. The opioid crisis needs the collaboration of every American to stop the raging addiction problems facing millions of our citizens. Only working together will we resolve this growing problem.

introduced a budget bill with zero dollars allocated toward school safety. We responded by introducing an amendment asking for nondedicated money in the state budget to go toward safety resource offices and physical security of our school buildings. Debate settled on allocating $35 million to school districts for local control decisions of how best to enhance their security. Following the leadership of Republicans, Democrats passed this amendment. Rep. Susan Beckman Rep. Cole Wist

We partnered to develop a soccer outreach program for students and the surrounding community in north Littleton. That began in 2003. Fast forward to 2018 — Littleton Soccer Club now supports and sponsors several programs throughout the community at the elementary and middle school level. Simply said, the relationship between Littleton Soccer and Littleton Public School has thrived under Pete’s leadership. I feel strongly that he would bring the same passion for support and service to the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District. Sincerely, Greg Sumlin Principal Options HS/Phoenix 10-12

to one of the three open seats on the South Suburban Parks and Rec District Board of Directors. Susan has been a long-time advocate for the seniors in our south metro community, providing activities, programs, and events to encourage all to remain healthy, active, and independent. Because I worked with Susan and the Senior Commission when on the city council, I can say unequivocally that she is one of the most effective and result-oriented people I have ever met. Her goal-focused ability to work within a team to create and finish projects and implement programs is impressive. Even more impressive

is Susan’s advocacy and empathy for citizens of all ages and abilities. As a South Suburban board member, Susan will be strong and effective, a leader in managing the budget to allocate funding so the park district can continue to have amenities and programs that all can enjoy. Please cast one of your three votes for Susan in the May 8 South Suburban board election. Mark Gotto Former District 3 Centennial City Council member (2013-2017) Centennial

Letter of Endorsement

It is with great honor that I endorse Pete Barrett, my friend and colleague for the past 30 years, as he runs for a South Suburban Board of Directors position. Pete and I worked together while I was the principal at East Elementary.

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The Denver Auto Show was a success with the opening night gala with a greeting by spark plug Tim Jackson, CEO and president of the Colorado Auto Dealers Association. Preview gala remarks were made by event chair Jeremy Bloom, three-time World Champion and two-time Olympian skier and host of CNBC’s Adventure Capitalists. UMB banker Paul Williamson joined in the evening program welcoming guests as the title sponsor of the event. Patrons enjoyed delectable entrée’s of shrimp, carved beef, and a full assortment of delicacies and deserts while viewing the largest auto display in Denver show history. The Rocky Mountain Auto Press presented car and truck honors of the years that were awarded to Camry, as the Car of The Year; Dodge Durango as best Crossover of The Year; and Nissan Titan Truck of The Year. *** When I was attending CSU decades ago I established a friendship with a basketball player Lyle Blessman, a member of Lamba Chi Alpha. After graduation Lyle married Connie Dillehay and became very active in the insurance industry with Northwestern Mutual Life Company. Fast forward decades and Lyle and Connie lived in Denver and he was a lifetime member of The Million Dollar Roundtable for top insurance industry leaders. They were members of Cherry Hills Country Club and Lyle traveled far and wide serving his clients and speaking for the industry. He died March 25, 2018 and his memorial service was held at Fairmount Funeral home and burial was in Sterling. He and Connie were members of the Wellshire Presbyterian Church. I didn’t get to say “goodbye” to Lyle but he was a dynamic character who I wish that I had spent more time with

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in later years. Brings to mind that we shouldn’t pause in seeking out old friends as life moves on very quickly. Like a roll of toilet paper, it turns faster at the end. *** While well-known at the auto show I met Gary DeFrange, a longtime friend and well-know Denver banker. He managed the Winter Park Ski area for almost three decades and he and his wife are now retired living in Denver. *** Saturday morning, I drove out to Strasburg, about 30 miles due East of Denver on I-70 for Republican House District 56. I became a voting delegate at my local precinct caucus. There I joined with about 30 delegates to nominate a 50-year old retired Marine, Phil Covrrubias for re-election to the Colorado House. He was renominated by a unanimous vote of all of the delegates present. My next stop was the 6th District GOP Congressional Assembly where I had a vote for Rep. Mike Coffman. It was a contested race with Roger Edwards from Highlands Ranch seeking 30 percent of the assembly 363 votes to make it onto the primary election ballot. The Coffman supporters rallied for another Marine and gave Mike 74 percent of the votes so he will not face a primary. Mike praised Roger for his race and it made the afternoon interesting. Many of the governor candidates spoke and it seemed to me that the more forceful of the cast was Walker Stapleton. A really good team of candidates seeking the job and those going through the party process will be in Boulder at the state assembly this Saturday. Stapleton, however, has gone through the petition process and his name will appear on the primary ballot. The most popular figure by far at the assembly was District Attorney George Brauchler who is running for state attorney general without any primary election op-

ponent. Chambers Road leading into Hinckley High School was laden with signs hailing Coffman and Edwards, a sea of signage for these candidates. *** Saturday night Gerri and I attended the Bridge of Love Gala honoring Arlene Mohler Johnson who is one of the most active nonprofit leaders in the metro area. She and LaFawn Biddle are both historic figures in the philanthropy world of helping others. A large crowd support Bessie’s Hope that united young folks with elder citizens living in rest home facilities. Highlight of the evening for me was the singing by Linda Holloway of a song in tribute to her grandmother that she performs so very well. Nice evening and the event chair was a real lovely dynamo Rosalina Diecidue. *** Colorado Press Association Convention is coming up later this week in Colorado Springs. The Villager is scheduled to win some awards and we’ll be present to listen and learn about challenges in the newspaper world. Interesting perspective in the Sunday Denver Post about challenges ongoing at that newspaper. My only comment is why did the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post ownership ever leave Denver that now has led to economic upheavals. Most of the challenges in the larger newspaper industry have been from vast consolidations in the industry and massive accumulated debt by speculators who don’t know how to operate newspapers. Newspapers are not alone, KOA is now in bankruptcy, along with 850 of their sister radio stations with 20 billion in debt. Both entities will survive, and it would be great to see ownership return to Denver. Send in your subscriptions so we don’t have to sell out to a chain and remove our family ownership of 36 years in The Villager.

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It’s easy to overlook small details when preoccupied with data compromises on the national scale. However, while credit bureaus and multinational companies get the attention, up to half of ID theft actually comes from paper trails. Credit card offers, medical bills, and discarded statements remain critical concerns when avoiding identity theft. Knowing this issue and eyeing an opportunity to serve two causes, Arapahoe Credit Union will be providing a free community shred event from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, April 14. Arapa-

hoe CU will have four trucks available for on-site shredding and one additional truck for small electronic recycling. The credit union will be collecting optional donations that will be given, unrestricted, to support student programs at Newton Middle School. All services will be located at Newton MS parking lot on the northeast corner of Arapahoe Road and Colorado Boulevard. Residents are encouraged to bring their documents for secure, on-site destruction by certified professionals. Please consider bank statements, bills,

paystubs, credit card offers, medical records, receipts and anything with personal, identifying information. Other items, such as newspapers and general junk mail, do not need to be shredded. Anyone with more than five shred boxes should contact ACU in advance to make sure you can be accommodated. Electronic recycling is generally reserved for small, household items. Unfortunately, box tube TVs, large appliances, and most batteries cannot be taken. For full restrictions, please visit ArapahoeCU.org.

Arapahoe County Public Works and Development is first in Colorado to earn national accreditation

Arapahoe County’s Public Works and Development Department is the first county and the eighth agency in Colorado to receive the prestigious American Public Works Association Accreditation designation. The APWA Accreditation program recognizes public works agencies that go beyond the requirements of the management practices established nationally in the public works industry. “The awarding of the APWA Accreditation shows we have dedicated ourselves to continuous improvement and excellence,” said Public Works and Development Director Dave Schmit. “We are extremely proud to be the first county in Colorado to receive this honor. The heroes of this prestigious APWA award are the public works and development staff whose mission is to provide services and programs that contribute to making Arapahoe

County a great place to live and work.” Schmit, with support of the Board of County Commissioners and Public Works staff, voluntarily took on the immense task of earning accreditation, a process that began in 2016. Agencies that achieve this status, and there are only 137 public works agencies throughout the nation that have done so, are committed to improving public works professionalism, performance and services to citizens and customers. Not only is the department accredited and compliant with 315 practices identified by APWA, it is a leader in the

industry with 23 practices considered to be “model” worthy. These exemplary areas of operation are standards recognized to be modeled by other organizations as they strive for excellence and accreditation. “It is the relentless pursuit of excellence that makes Arapahoe County one of the best in the U.S.,” said Commissioner Nancy Jackson, District 4. “I’m beaming with pride, knowing that no matter where you walk or drive in Arapahoe County, our Public Works Department has left a positive footprint. We are so proud of all the dedicated staff who provide excellent service and quality of life to our citizens.” The Arapahoe County Public Works and Development department champions innovation and engagement. Learn more about Public Works and Development at arapahoegov.com/Public Works or call 720-874-6500.


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Nancy Sharpe, Arapahoe County commissioner, Michael P. Lewis, executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation, David Genova, general manager and CEO of the Regional Transportation District, and Lisa Darling, executive director of South Metro Water Supply Authority.

Denver South Economic Development Partnership talks about infrastructure BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL WRITER

The April 5 meeting of the Denver South Economic Development Partnership (DSEDP) focused on infrastructure. Moderated by Nancy Sharpe, Arapahoe County commissioner and DSEDP board member, it featured David Genova, general manager and CEO of the Regional Transportation District (RTD), Lisa Darling, executive director of South Metro Water Supply Authority (SMWSA), and Michael P. Lewis, executive director of the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). Sharpe opened the meeting by pointing out that the unique feature of south metro Denver is the longstanding collaborative relationship between business and government. Genova spoke about transit as an economic driver. Union Station, a $484 million project, is a multimodal hub integrating light rail, commuter rail, Amtrak, buses, taxies, shuttles, bikes and pedestrians. He cited $3 billion of new development around Union Station since it was reconstructed. Genova described the recently completed southeast light rail extension, 2.3 miles from Lincoln Avenue to Ridgegate Parkway, as a model of

public-private partnership. RTD received $92 million in federal grant funds. Southeast partners contributed $25 million in cash, along with $15 million in right of way permits and other in-kind contributions. Lisa Darling told the business and government leaders gathered that water is a driver for economic development. SMWSA was formed in 2004 to facilitate a shift toward renewable sources of water, encourage partnerships between local governments and area water providers, invest in supply and storage products, and promote water conservation. When the effort began, only 40 percent of water came from renewable supplies. By 2020, that number will reach 78 percent. Conservation has also been successful, with per capita water demands down 30 percent in the region. Lewis is in his fifth month at the helm of CDOT, having previously served as deputy executive director and chief operating officer. It is a $1.4 billion agency with 3,000 employees responsible for 23,000 lane miles of highway and 3,447 bridges statewide. Lewis agrees with many Coloradans that transportation is today’s number one issue. He pointed out that different parts of the state

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have different transportation concerns. The western slope is focused on how roads serve energy and agriculture, the mountain communities worry about roads working well for tourists, and the front range is most concerned with how to manage traffic resulting from burgeoning population growth. State and federal gas taxes were last raised 25 years ago, despite significant population growth. As a result, the per capita revenue generated from the gas tax for roads, as of 2015, is half the amount it was in 1991. Still, CDOT’s mission requires that it respond to the state’s needs by determining what road projects are necessary and seeking funding to execute them. CDOT currently has $6.2 billion in projects on the books, broken down into separate segments, so that they can move forward on a phased basis as funds become available. Those projects include I-25 South: C-470 to Monument (estimated cost $300 million) and I-25 North: Denver to Fort Collins (estimated cost $1.7 billion). The Central I-70 project, between I-25 and Chambers Road, is about to get started, and will fix the worst bridge in Colorado, while reducing travel times by 50 percent in coming years.

Transportation for America (T4America) announced last week that Centennial and Denver South Economic Development Partnership (Denver South EDP) were selected to participate in the second cohort of their Smart Cities Collaborative program. In its second year, the program will again bring together cities to collaborate on the challenges related to implementing smart mobility policies and projects to improve urban transportation throughout the Denver metro region’s southeast corridor. Over the course of the year, Centennial and Denver South EDP will join 21 other communities to tackle how emerging technologies and new mobility options are reshaping the use of the right of way and curb space, and to ensure people and goods keep moving through Denver South safely and efficiently. “The City of Centennial looks forward to continuing to work with Transportation for America and their Smart Cities Collaborative. Having the opportunity to work with other cities, share ideas and continue to learn in this era of evolving technologies is so important for our Centennial community,” says Centennial Mayor Stephanie Piko. “Working with others to implement innovations in the Denver south region allows us to continue to be a sought after destination to live and work.” “On behalf of our public and private sector partners, Denver South EDP is thrilled about our participation in Transportation for America’s year two Smart Cities Collaborative,” said Daniel Hutton, managing director of transportation at Denver South EDP. “Denver South’s charge as an innovative, regional collaborator provides us a unique opportunity to share our experiences and insight as a champion of public-private partnership and interjurisdictional cooperation. Our acceptance into this program adds

validity to the shared vision we’ve developed with our stakeholders throughout the Denver metro region’s southeast corridor. We look forward to working closely with all the members of the collaborative to develop innovative solutions to transportation and mobility issues now and in the future.” Two Colorado cities, Boulder and Centennial along with Denver South, were selected from a group of 50 cities that applied to be a part of the collaborative this year. The inaugural cohort of cities tackled challenges related to automated vehicles, shared mobility and how to use data to manage complex transportation networks. This year’s cohort will focus on how emerging technologies and new mobility options are reshaping the right of way and curb space and changing the way we move through our communities. “Whether electric scooters, new bike sharing systems, curbside delivery or ride sourcing services, the pace of innovation is accelerating and these technologies and new mobility options are already on our streets and having a tangible impact in our communities.” said Russ Brooks, T4America’s director of Smart Cities. “Centennial and our other participating cities are eager to work together and cooperate, not only to bring these new technologies to their communities, but also to ensure that they are directed toward solving their most pressing transportation challenges and helping them become more efficient, safe, and equitable places to live and work.” The collaborative will hold its first meeting in Denver April 16-17. Throughout the year Centennial and Denver South EDP will participate in a variety of interactive workshops, both with the other cities and with industry-leading transportation experts. From there, the participants will receive direct technical assistance and share the results of their projects with the rest of the collaborative to drive best practices across the country.

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LEFT: The Save Quincy movement started quickly with signs going up around CHV. Photo by Becky Osterwald

BELOW: Standing room only at Cherry Hills Village City Council meeting to discuss roundabout. Photo by Tom White

Here is the intersection where the now-defunct roundabout would have been located, Quincy Avenue and Colorado Boulevard.

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City council doesn’t go in circles on roundabout Continued from Page 1

struct a roundabout to reduce the delay on Quincy Avenue.” Morning congestion is related to overlapping start times at CHV elementary and Kent Denver, combined with the normal flow of residents driving to work. Data developed in the study shows that the majority of traffic on Quincy Avenue in the afternoon rush hour is comprised of cars cutting through CHV to avoid congested major arterials.

Based on the findings and recommendations of the traffic study, council voted last month to invest $10,000 to $15,000 to complete surveys and produce renderings of a proposed roundabout in time for its April 3 meeting, “in order to provide accurate information on which the public could comment.” If, after review and consultation with the residents, it was decided to build the roundabout, construction would need to begin immediately after school is out, so as

to be completed in the summer months. The process of bidding the contract would have to be initiated as soon as possible. For that reason, the council appropriated $750,000, the full estimated cost of construction, with a clear statement that it was not approving the construction by doing so. City Manager Thorsen discussed the attributes of the roundabout. Curtis Rowe, a traffic engineer, said that data showed that a one-lane roundabout results in decreased

speeds of vehicles. The residents were not persuaded, and the mayor soon announced that “We might have found a solution for which the village does not think there is a problem.” Council member Katy Brown agreed. Council member Mike Gallagher noted that people felt that having a roundabout would alter the character of CHV. Council member Randy Weil explained that council thought they were solving a problem, and they were glad to hear from

and listen to the citizens. In short order, council member Dan Sheldon moved to direct the city manager to discontinue all work on the design of the roundabout and return all monies set aside and not expended, to the funds from which they had been transferred for appropriation to this project. Council member Blum seconded the motion, and it passed unanimously 36 minutes after the mayor had called the meeting to order.

Critical questions portrayed in beautiful and moving art

Ice ages have come and gone. Dinosaurs once roamed the earth, now they are extinct. Few would disagree that the earth’s climate has undergone change over the millennia. The difference of opinion on the subject is whether our lifestyle is altering the world’s environment at an unnaturally fast, dangerous rate, and if so, what we should do about it. Greenwood Village resident Bob Doyle is a retired environmental engineer and artist, who, in 2013, created a pilot project to assess residential irrigation efficiency at 14 homes in his neighborhood. His efforts resulted in a net reduction in water use of more than 70,000 gallons per resident, resulting in an average annual savings of $700. Using his model, Greenwood Village and Denver Water worked together to educate more residents about the ease and value of water conservation, using a program still employed today. With his latest brainchild, Doyle has combined his passion for the environment, dedication to his fellow citizens, and love of art to bring a unique and evocative exhibition to the Curtis Center for the Arts in Greenwood Village. “Our Planet,” running through May 5, showcases over 50 works of art by 30 Colorado artists, many created specifically for this show to contribute to the cause of visually exploring the impact of climate change on our environment and in our lives. Each artist even wrote explanations of how their art depicts their observations and emotions, which can be found hanging on the wall next to their creations. Curtis Center for the Arts is located at 2349 E. Orchard Road and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Artist Jennifer Riefenberg in front of her diptych Fire and Ice

ABOVE: Some Things Last Forever by Elizabeth Rouland LEFT: Planet Earth by Dr. Pushpa Mehta of Greenwood Village


Centennial

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Dangerous, vacant buildings subject for Centennial council Dangerous, abandoned, deteriorating and vacant homes that cause property values of surrounding properties to deteriorate were the subject of a Centennial City Council study session on Monday night. The topic is one that is likely to keep coming up. There was a study session on the topic in 2017, with another meeting already scheduled for June of this year. Presenter to the council was Steve Greer, community development director for the city. While there are a limited number of dangerous and abandoned homes, there are already vacant homes that are causing issues and problems, he stated.

In July 2017, city staff was directed to draft a code that would address unsafe, dangerous, unfit, dangerous and deteriorating buildings in Centennial. The staff has not yet come back with a code, but it is anticipated that there may be a proposed code by the time of the June meeting. In addition to the community development department, the legal department is also expected to make a presentation on potential judicial action and abatement of dangerous or hazardous properties. Ken Lucas, councilman from District 3, said he thought it was important for citizens to have “plenty” of time to provide input about the proposed city ordinances. Council members were told that getting the proper

controls in place “could take a month or could take two years.” Staff suggested that presentations could be made at district and other meetings during the next few months. Councilwoman Candice Moon asked what the goal in would be in presenting at district or other meetings, seeming to indicate that the topic was not ready to be presented to the public. She said she could not see “rushing out and presenting this at district meetings at this point,” at least not until after the June presentation. Councilman Ron Weidmann said it should be clear that property owners have a responsibility to take care of their own properties. He raised the issue whether the fire departments that oper-

ate in Centennial have any responsibility for enforcement of fire codes that might be of assistance when there is a problem property. Greer said that fire departments can take action in an emergency, “but not until it gets to an emergency state.” Right now, all the city can do when there is a problem with vacant, dangerous or other bad properties “is ask for voluntary compliance,” Greer said, indicating that more enforcement authority is needed. The subject also came up that there are homes in Centennial that are used as marijuana grow house which Greer said was a common occurrence. These homes often have mold and other issues, and are “very common prob-

lems” in the city, he said. Councilwoman Carrie Penaloza said it is obvious that the city “really needs” to address the most serious issues. Any ordinances that are proposed should also “address attractive nuisance” types of problems, she said. City Manager Matt Sturgeon said that enforcement must be on a case-by-case basis, and is particularly needed when neighbors believe there is “a true public health problem.” Some council members expressed concern related to the diminution in value of homes that are in the same area with a vacant, deteriorating or dangerous home. It is anticipated that the topic will come up again on June 4.

10035 S. Peoria Street, Lone 80134 CU South Denver makes pitch to Tree, assistCo Centennial Representatives of the University of Colorado South Denver (UCSD), located in Lone Tree, made a pitch to the Centennial City Council Monday night, promising that “we are here for you and your constituents.” Speaking to the council were Luella Chavez D’Angelo, CU vice chancellor for enterprise development, and Joann Brennan, CU associate vice chancellor for academic affairs and professor of photography. They told the council that CUSD has a mission to “become the best-known career advancement center” in the country ... the innovative collaborator of choice for transformative and applied learning experiences in the mountain and Midwest states with an emphasis on testing new educational delivery modes with industry.” Brennan said CUSD has a “spectacular nursing program,” with a lab that simulates what really happens in an actual medical setting. One of the goals of CUSD is to become self-supporting. At present, CUSD is subsidized by various grants and by the CU system. One of the advantages of their programs is that they are “flexible entry and flexible exit,” so that students – usually at the graduate level – can enter and exit on their own schedules, to accommodate their busy lives. One of the features of CUSD is their offerings of “power skills” that are “needed for jobs” in today’s work markets, they said. They are also building “noncredit workshops and programs” that do not require

admission to CU. Programs are offered in such areas as engineering and pharmacy skills, with an emphasis on assisting students in learning about those topics. The Lone Tree Facility, just south of Centennial at 10035 S. Peoria Street, is huge, 150,000 square feet, they said. About two-thirds of the space already has been renovated, but not the Globeology Museum, an important feature of CUSD. This museum is interesting and draws people who don’t want to go all the way to downtown Denver to visit a museum, they said. They believe their facility attracts many people in the South Denver area. The presenters said they can “build custom programs

for City of Centennial Teams.” Centennial and its businesses should “have our students intern for you” and “use our facility.” They offered to make themselves available to be introduced to “new and current businesses” in the city. “Our cash cow is not educational programs,” but innovative programs to help people work and play in today’s world, they said. CUSD has 700 to 800 individuals enrolled, not including those taking non-credit programs. For more information, call either one of them at (303) 315-9400, or email at luella.dangelo@uicdenver.edu or joann. brennan@ucdenver.edu.

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he Marriott ballroom was packed with friends of Arlene Mohler Johnson and supporters of the Bridge of Love Gala benefiting the beloved Bessie’s Hope nonprofit organization. The event chair Roslina Diecidue greeted guests with gala enthusiasm as patrons strolled through the many silent auction items before the gala dinner with master of ceremonies Ernie Bjorkman of 7news. Guests were greeted to the event by Bessie’s Hope elder participants Don Snook and Priscilla Taylor, and youth participants Jeremiah Brunsvold and Izzy Fallon. The auction chairs were Kimberly Pope Myers, Nancy Rawls and décor chairs, Kindall Pope and Marilyn Vorman. The evening’s honoree receiving the coveted “Community Angel Award” was Arlene Mohler Johnson. She has supported countless nonprofit organizations over the past 40 years. Johnson holds a bachelor of music degree and taught school in Ohio and the Denver area before managing a medical practice for two more decades but ranks her role as a mother and grandmother at the top of this list of her accomplishments. She had many family members at the gala from multiple states that came to honor her. A successful live auction was conducted by Shelly St. John who captivated the audience with her silent auction finesse. The audience was treated to a heartwarming vocal rendition of a song written and performed by Linda Holloway, one of the founders of Bessie’s Hope. Bessie’s Hope is the only organization in the country focused on enhancing the lives of nursing home residents by providing education, training and relationship-building volunteer programs for youth of all ages, families, individuals, businesses and organizations. Research shows that 60 percent of nursing home residents receive no personal visitors. Through Bessie’s Hope, the young and seniors connect and feel needed, valued and respected. The evening continued into the late evening with dancing to the music of the Syndicate. Board members of Bessie’s Hope are LaFawn Biddle, David Geras, Susan Markley, Pat Robinson and Richard Stephenson. More information can be found by email info@bessieshope.org or visiting bessie shope.org.

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Honoree Arlene M oh nephew Dr. Robe ler Johnson (right) with her rt and Lisa Lack an d daughter Bertie.

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Bertie Lack, six years old, came to the gala to see her great aunt. Realtors Lyn Drake and son Cory

Charlie and Theresa Arbogast and Mary Jane Frederick represent St. Mary’s Academy.


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Kids love “being in the loop” with cursive

The reason? Cursive is not a required Thankfully, parents have a qualstate or national standard. Conseity nearby resource to help fill the quently, a growing child population handwriting gap. For Colorado parents in our state, including teenagers, is who want their children to be cursive missing out on this valuable life-long literate in a keyboarding world and enjoy in-depth, personalized instrucskill and “cursive illiteracy” is beThere is a new, commonly held tion, Cookies and Cursive returns this coming a local norm, an ill-situation belief that cursive handwriting is a summer with four cursive handwriting “lost art” and is no longer necessary in that many would say is shameful. When Suzanne Bowland learned instruction summer camps at the Koelthe digital age. ButKids a growing move- “Being In The Loop” With Cursive! Love in 2017 that her son would not be bel Library (Orchard Road and Holly ment begs Street) in Cento differ, tennial beginadvocating ning June 11 and that cursive running through is still an August 2. ™ important Each camp life skill teaches the and that all and Cursive: Mindful same curriculearning cursive in & hisArtistic third-gradeHandwriting children should beCookies able to read and theshe 21st Child lum during a two-week block from wasCentury dismayed and took ™ write in cursive for overall literacy. forclass, 9:30 a.m. 11! to noon Monday through matters intocamps her ownfor hands, liter- begin Summer children June After all, if children cannot cursive read cur- handwriting Thursday. To learn more about the ally. But unimpressed by the cursive sive, notes written by their grandparAt Orchard and Holly in Centennial Cookies and Cursive approach and materials on the market and driven ents and historical documents such as Call 720-684-8119 forpassion detailsofand to register. to meet Suzanne Bowland prior to by a life-long her own for the Declaration of Independence and cursive, Bowland set 30th out tofor develop Space is limited! Register by April $232 perregistering, child. she is presenting “The the Gettysburg Address are considered Joys and Importance of Cursive in a a fun and unique instructional model unreadable and require an adult to Keyboarding World” at the Koelbel for teaching cursive to her son and translate. Quite an educational emerLibrary on April 26, May 10, and Cookies and Cursive: Mindful & gency many would argue. May 24 from 5:15 to 5:45 p.m. There Artistic Handwriting for the 21st But no matter how digitized and is no charge for this presentation but Child was born. Bowland regularly less reliant on handwriting the world registration in advance is necessary. teaches cursive to children across the becomes, it’s hard to deny that curCookies and Cursive summer Denver Metro using her expertise in sive is still a fundamental skill, outlet camps are designed for children age cursive and engaging approach that for artistic expression, and gateway ties in the language of baking cookies 8 and up. Register by April 30 to to historical understanding and receive the 20 percent discounted with the art and science of cursive. cultural appreciation for the rest of rate of $232 per child. Space is limShe says her style and method gets one’s life. Plus, having a signature in ited. Bowland also offers individual children excited and inspired about cursive is a source of pride, personal cursive tutoring sessions in the afterlearning cursive and renders excelstyle, and practicality. Most banks noons throughout the summer as an lent results quickly. “Children light would agree. option for busy summer schedules. up when they see the beauty and But it is “keyboarding” that has For more information and to register geometry in cursive and feel it is become key in education and an for a summer cursive camp, explore more natural to connect their letincreasing number of Colorado eletutoring, or to attend her presentaters,” Bowland says. “They dive in mentary schools no longer teach curwith abandon and even enjoy cursive tion, contact Bowland directly via sive handwriting or the instruction is bowlands@q.com or 720-684-8119. so cursory that mastery is unrealistic. more than print!”

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Arapahoe accepting applications to recognize teens overcoming hardships, serving as role models Arapahoe County is seeking applications recognizing Arapahoe County youth who have risen to meet personal challenges, while also maintaining academic excellence and serving as role models for other teens. Applications will be accepted through April 13. Every year, the Arapahoe County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards Program honors teens from area high schools who have overcome significant personal adversity, such as living with economic hardship or disability; overcoming physical or emotional challenges; providing financial or emotional support to family members; caring for a sick or elderly parent, sibling or friend; or losing or living without a parent or sibling. In 2017, Arapahoe County

honored 17 teens and awarded nine college scholarships totaling $13,000. Teens can be nominated by school counselors, teachers, mentors and friends. To learn more about the 2018 Arapahoe County Mayors and Commissioners Youth Awards Program and to submit an application, visit: ACGyouthawardsapp. Applications also can be submitted via email to dmaes@arapahoegov.com; fax to 303-738-7894 or sent via mail to Arapahoe County Board of County Commisioners – Youth Awards – 5334 S. Prince St., Littleton 80120. This year’s ceremony will be held 6 – 9 p.m., May 2 at the Mayo Aviation Building and Hangar, 7735 S. Peoria St., Englewood.


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ABOVE: Quinn accepted the award during the Cherry Creek’s Power Week assembly March 9. LEFT: Cherry Creek High School Boys’ Tennis Coach Art Quinn, was named 2017 High School Coach Courtesy photo of the Year by Tennis Industry Magazine.

CCHS tennisleadership, coach named High School Coach pieces of work,” theGarger Year Art Quinn, boys’ tennis the CCHS tennis many as 225 players try out for a tribute to their parents and said. coach at Cherry Creek High School, has been named 2017 High School Coach of the Year by Tennis Industry Magazine. Quinn, a former varsity tennis player, has coached the CCHS boys’ tennis team the past 12 years. In fact, he has never coached at another school. Under Quinn’s

program has established a remarkable record and tradition of excellence. During Quinn’s tenure, the team has won 10 5A State Championships and players have earned 78 individual or doubles state titles. Cherry Creek, which is the largest high school in the state of Colorado with more than 3,600 students, often has as

and stay involved in the tennis team, making it one of the largest no-cut programs in the state. “We are a challenge-matchdriven team. Those who are willing to put in the time will get to play,” Quinn said during an interview with Tennis Industry Magazine. “We strive for excellence and for wellrounded participants, which is

other coaches, as well.” Fritz Garger, Colorado executive director for the U.S. Tennis Association, told Tennis Industry Magazine that Quinn’s commitment to the sport of tennis and tennis players extends far beyond Cherry Creek High School. “It takes a lot of passion and dedication to make all the

“In addition to running such an impressive program, Art is supportive of Colorado tennis in general and steps up time and again to help.” Quinn is one of 24 people or organizations honored as 2017 Champions of Tennis by Tennis Industry Magazine. Congratulations, Coach Quinn!

CCHS Wind Ensemble makes music, memories at national festival

The Music for All National Festival was a once-in-a-lifetime experience for members of the Cherry Creek High School Wind Ensemble. The 55 students who make up the ensemble spent three days listening, learning, practicing and performing for and with some of the nation’s top music educators and hundreds of talented student musicians who share their passion for musical excellence. The festival, held March 1517 in Indianapolis, Ind., is one of the nation’s most prestigious events for scholastic music ensembles. It showcases the finest student musicians in America, shining a spotlight on outstanding music making and the importance of music education. Schools must apply to par-

ticipate and submit an audition recording, which is evaluated by a panel of esteemed music educators. This year, the panel selected 71 middle and high school musical groups from across the country to participate. Those groups included concert bands, choirs, orchestras, chamber ensembles and percussion ensembles. “In our category, which was the ‘Featured Band’ category, they only took 16 bands out of all that applied,” said Tim Libby, band director at Cherry Creek High School. “We were very fortunate to be selected.” Fortunate indeed, because participating in the festival gives students a rare opportunity to expand their musical knowledge and skills. Each day, students participated in a

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“listening block,” where they watched performances by other participating ensembles. They took instrument-specific master classes with music professors from Butler University or professional musicians from the Indianapolis Symphony. They heard from top music teachers and band directors, including Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser, a renowned music educator, band director,

clinician and composer. But the most valuable part of the festival came after the Wind Ensemble performed on the Featured Band stage in Clowes Memorial Hall at Butler University. “Following our performance, we had a 45-minute clinic with a master band director,” Libby said. “Our students got to work with Kevin Sedatole, director of bands and professor of music at

Michigan State University. It was a great learning experience for them.” The festival also included some time for sightseeing and socializing, leadership workshops and a semi-formal banquet. Libby said that throughout the event, the CCHS students were outstanding representatives of Cherry Creek High School and the Cherry Creek School District.

CU South Denver offers principal licensure program

The Administrative Leadership and Policy Studies program is designed for aspiring principals or teachers interested in becoming outstanding leaders in their schools and districts. This master’s degree and principal licensure pathway places high emphasis on the school turnaround concept. Participants will discover best leadership practices in K-12 schools for: • Nurturing relationships • Setting high expectations • Utilizing pedagogical practices that help diverse, lower-income youth succeed • Rewarding learning opportunities • Encouraging family participation James Christensen, EdD, lead faculty member for this program,

describes the uniqueness of this learning opportunity stating that it will “take superheroes in the classroom and prepare them to become transformational leaders of teachers and staff.” The CU South Denver cohort principal licensure program embeds all types of schools from turnaround to high performing systems with course concentration areas aligned to current state and national standards. The foundation of the school turnaround curriculum is derived from the text Closing the Achievement Gap by Belinda Williams. Accompanying literature will include The Continuing Challenges of Excellence and Equity by JoAnn B. Manning and John A. Kovach and Turnaround Teachers and Schools by Bonnie Benard

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and more. The hands-on, collaborative program combines in-person instruction, online work and integrated clinical experience. Working education professionals complete the licensure requirements in four semesters and then have the opportunity to continue for a graduate degree with just three

additional courses. Learn from instructional teams comprised of experienced district leaders, mentors and CU Denver faculty. Experience actual work tasks facing today’s principals. Explore leadership strategies and personal leadership repertoires that incorporate important theories and real-world contexts.

The School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver attracts students who are passionate about careers in teaching and mental health. We match their passion with an education that is rooted in diversity, technology, proven approaches and real-world practice. That’s why our graduates are prepared to make immediate and lifelong impacts on people, communities and the world. Early registration is encouraged. Application deadline is April 15. We encourage applications from individuals who have at least three years of experience as a licensed teacher or special services provider. This program is delivered by the CU Denver School of Education & Human Development in Lone Tree.


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Rodeo All-Star Weekend

April 13-14, featuring country music’s rising superstar, Ashley McBryde. A rodeo ticket Friday night includes the concert and Murdoch’s Fashion Show free. Featuring top rodeo athletes from around the world. Tickets: rodeoallstar.com or 866-464-2626.

Great Music from the Arts

April 13, 7:30 p.m. Littleton Symphony Orchestra presents Salt Lake Symphony principal cellist Rainer Eudeikis who takes you on a tour of great literary works with Richard Strauss’ Don Quixote and Dvorak’s Opus 94 Rondo. The concert concludes with Steven Taylor singing another version of Don Quixote, “The Impossible Dream” from Man of La Mancha. Tickets: LittletonSymphony.org or call 303-933-6824.

Colorado Chamber Players Event

April 14, 7:30 p.m. World famous cellist Lynn Harrell performs with the Colorado Chamber Players one night only. Works of Schubert, Bach and Brahms at Bethany Lutheran Church, 4500 E. Hampden Ave. $20 advance online tickets, $25 at door, brownpapertickets.com/event/3231924.

Martinis with Sinatra Sensation

April 20, 6:30 p.m. Retro Martini party with International Sinatra sensation, Derek Evillsizor at the Cherokee Ranch & Castle.

Mozart The Magic Flute

April 21, 7:30 p.m. Fisher Auditorium, 3800 S. Logan St., Englewood. April 22, 2:30 p.m. St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 8817 S. Broadway, Highlands Ranch. April 22 performance is an abbreviated side-by-side performance with members of the Civic Youth Orchestra. Presented by the Arapahoe Philharmonic Sinfonietta. Tickets: 303-781-1892.

Boots, Bolos and BBQ for Havern School

May 6, 4-8 p.m. Cocktails, wine pull, silent auction, seated dinner, live auction and presentation of the 2018 Achievement Award. Performance by the Havern School Choir accompanied by Mitch Samu, pianist. Special solo performance by Havern’s very own “Patsy Cline,” Joanie Rubald. Purchase tickets online at aesbid.org/ELP/HAVERN or call Kathi at 303-986-4587.

Arapahoe Philharmonic Order and Chaos

May 19, 7:30 p.m. Stravinsky: The Rite of Spring and Brahms: Piano Concerto No. 1 featuring Jamie Shaak, pianist. Fisher Auditorium on The Englewood High School Campus, 3800 S. Logan St., Englewood. Tickets: 303781-1892.

Naturally Artificial: Works by Jason DeMarte

Through May 20. DeMarte’s works combine images of plants and animals with discordant artificial elements and processed foods. Gates Court Gallery at Denver Botanic Gardens, York St. Art exhibit included with Gardens admission.

EVENT

Opportunity Coalition Hosts Tony Carnesi

April 12, 5-7 p.m., Speaker Carnesi is the CEO of Keller Williams Realty DTC. Triangle Building Location (near Union Station), 1550 Wewatta St., 2nd Floor, Denver. $20 with half of the cost donated to charity. RSVP: opportunitycoalition.com.

2018 Rally for Kids Free Luncheon

April 13, 12-1: 00 p.m. Doors open, and registration begins at 11:15 a.m. Join for

lunch to raise awareness during Child Abuse Prevention Month. Learn more about Advocates for Children CASA and their commitment to the children. Marriott Denver Tech Center, 4900 S. Syracuse St., Denver. For a free lunch, contact Jack at jack_cregan@adv4children.org or 303-328-2348.

Community Document Shredding and Electronic Recycling

April 14, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Fundraiser for Newton Middle School. Shredding and recycling provided free of charge by Arapahoe Credit Union but donations welcome to Newton Middle School. For full restrictions and limitations visit Arapahoe.org/shred. Five box minimum (non-members) and 10 boxes for members.

Bemis Public Library’s Third Annual Six Word Story Contest

April 15-May 15, 10 a.m. Nine cash prizes in three age categories: Age 19+, 12-18 & 6-11. Fifty dollar first place winner in each age category, $30 for second place and $20 for third place. Awards announced May 29, 10 a.m. at Bemis Public Library. Enter at the library or online at bemis.ent.sirsi.net.

Author Talk with Carter Wilson, “Mister Tender’s Girl”

April 17, 7 p.m. Hear from bestselling author Carter Wilson as he explores the depths of psychological tension and paranoia in his dark, domestic thrillers at Bemis Public Library, 6014 S. Datura St., Littleton. His latest thriller Mister Tender’s Girl is a “highly satisfying high-tension thriller.” Books available for sale.

Reading, Writing and a Wardrobe

April 18, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. A luncheon to benefit Clothes to Kids of Denver. Free event at Wellshire Event Center, 3333 S. Colorado Blvd. Visit clothestokidsdenver.org or call 720-379-4630. Mission to provide school wardrobes to students in need.

Jewish Family Service Offers Free Resource Day

April 20, Noon - 2 p.m. at Jewish Family Service, 3201 S. Tamarac Dr. in Denver. Free and open to the public. Learn about many community programs in one convenient place. Free kids books will be distributed and drawings for gift cards. Info: Call Shelly at 303-597-5000 or shines@jewishfamilyservice.org.

Holocaust Remembrance Program

April 24, 6 p.m. Join Gov. John Hickenlooper and the Anti-Defamation League for the Governor’s 37th annual Holocaust Remembrance Program. “My Silent Pledge: Struggle, Survival and Remembrance” with Holocaust survivor Sidney Zoltak. Memorial ceremony. Winners of the Tribute to Moral Courage Student Essay Contest recognized. Temple Emanuel, 51 Grape St., Denver. Complimentary tickets are required for admission. RSVP by April 18 at 2018 GHRP.evenbrite.com, info: 303-830-2425.

Working Women with Faith Conference

April 28, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Corporate Cowgirl Up presents the Not Just a Rib Conference. The full-day conference provides the opportunity for professional Christian women to invest in their faith while connecting to a network that supports their spiritual journey. Keynote speaker is the Drill Sergeant of Life, Beatrice Bruno. Successful author, speaker, minister, and entrepreneur. Christ the Servant Church, 506 Via Appia Way, Louisville. Tickets: not-just-a-rib-conference.eventbrite.com Lunch and a business showcase networking hour are included.

April 28, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Exquisite gifts from 50 plus young entrepreneurs. Accessories, artwork, jewelry, gifts, toys etc. Cherry Creek, 3550 E. 1st Ave., Denver.

Pixelated: Sculpture by Mike Whiting

April 28-Sept. 23, Pixelated will bring back childhood memories of video game arcades and also call to mind modern artworks. The depiction of natural forms, such as plants and animals, in bold colors and geometric shapes will be a witty complement to the Denver Botanic Gardens York St., which are simultaneously wild and cultivated.

Workshop: Collecting the Rain - Rain Barrels at Home

May 5, 1-3 p.m. or 3:30-5:30 p.m. Learn how to install a rain barrel on your property at Denver Botanic Gardens. Cost involved. Visit botanicgardens.org.

Spring Plant Sale Preview Party and Spring Plant Sale

May 10, Preview party. 4-8 p.m. $45. Enjoy appetizers, wine and beer. Comfortable attire recommended. Members receive 10 percent discount on all purchases. Bring your own wagons, carts or boxes to both events. May 11-12, Spring Plant Sale. Free admission to the Gardens and Sale. Fifteen plant divisions feature quality flora and are staffed by horticulture staff and volunteers who can answer your plant questions and offer excellent advice. Members receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases. Denver Botanic Gardens 1007 York St.

FREE CLASSES

Free-Nutrition Classes

April 25, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Dinner is delivered at The South Denver Heart Center. Presented by Susan Buckley, RD, CDE. Register: 303-744-1065, southdenver.com.

Free-Educational Classes

April 16, 1:30-2:30 p.m. Anticoagulation Basics - Through Thick and Thin: Learn to live with Warfarin/Coumadin. Register: 303-7441065, southdenver.com. April 16, 11 a.m.noon Diabetes, pre-diabetes, and insulin resistance. Join Susan Weitkunat, RD, CDE as she teaches and ins and outs of diabetes and how to control blood sugar. Register: 303-7441065. April 18, 9:30-10:45 a.m. (Hands-only CPR class). Watch a video and students will practice CPR on a manikin. Register: 303-7441065, southdenver.com.

FUNDRAISER

Masquerade Denver Academy Gala

April 21, 6 p.m. Black Tie & Mask Optional. The Brown Palace Hotel, 321 17th St., Denver. RSVP: denver academy.org/gala2018 or call 303-777-5870.

Spring Brass Ring Fashion Show

April 13, 9:15 a.m. An afternoon to benefit The Guild of the Children’s Diabetes Foundation and the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes. Fashion show presented by Mariel featuring designs by Nicole Bakti/ Aida. Registration and Silent Auction, 9:15 -11 a.m. Luncheon and Fashion Show to follow. Hilton Denver City Center, 1701 California St., Denver. RSVP by March 30 to Childrens DiabetesFoundation.org Complimentary offsite parking and shuttle will be available.

A Night in Black and White

April 13, 6:30-11 p.m., Arapahoe Community College Foundation. Dinner, dancing and a speakeasy (shhhhh!) while raising funds to support student scholarships. The Falls Event Center, 8199 Southpark Court, Littleton. Black and/or white cocktail attire requested. RSVP by April 6. Call 303-797-5881.

Lacrosse Out Cancer with the Colorado Mammoth

April 14, 7 p.m. Colorado Mammoth vs. New England Black Wolves. Half of all proceeds go back to Cancer League of Colorado.

Questions, call Timmy Jenkins, 303-575-1936 or Timmy.Jenkins@teamkse.com To purchase: mammothtix.com/cancerleagueco. All sales are final.

Jewish Family Service Executive Luncheon

April 18, noon to 1:30 p.m. Barbara Corcoran, real estate mogul and investor/ shark on ABC’s Shark Tank will be the speaker. Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, 650 15th St. A Chief-level sponsor reception with Corcoran will be held at 11 a.m. Tickets: jewishfamilyservice.org/luncheon. Info: 720-248-4633 or kshephard@jewishfamilyservice.org. Event co-chairs are David Feiner and Rob Kaufmann.

Spotlight on Hope

April 21, 6-10 p.m. Colorado Neurological Institute celebrating 30 years improving the quality of life for people living with neurological conditions. Presented by Swedish Medical Center and HealthONE. CU South Denver (formerly the Wildlife Experience) 10035 S Peoria St., Lone Tree. Dr. Gary VanderArk, Honorary Gala chair and CNI founding neurosurgeon. Dancing to The Kent Denver Quincy Avenue Rhythm Band. The evening if free to all attending but with a suggested minimum donation $250 per guest. RSVP: thecni.org/cni-gala by April 7.

2018 Grace’s Race

April 29, 5K start: 9 a.m. Awards: 10:30 a.m. Partnered with The Morgan Adams Foundation, Grace’s Race is an annual 5k that helps raise funds for pediatric cancer research. Presented by The Morgan Adams Foundation at Willow Spring Open Space, 7451 S Homestead Pkwy, Centennial. Info: 303-758-2130.

HEALTH

Littleton dentist sponsors Free Dentistry Day

April 21, 7 a.m. -4 p.m. Dr. Rick Harvey, owner of Summit Family Dentistry, and professionals from around the area will host a free dental care event for community members without dental insurance or the ability to pay for dental care. At their office on 12999 W. Bowles Dr., Littleton. They are equipped to serve over 150 people. In 2017, Summit donate over $80,000 in dental care during the event. First-come, first-served basis until 3 p.m. Info: dentistryfromtheheart.org.

POLICE DEPT.

City of Englewood Police Dept. Events

April 14, “Graffiti Paint Out/Cleanup” to register or contact Toni Arnoldy. April 21, “Sound the Alarm” with the American Red Cross (signup coming soon.) April 28, “DEA Prescription Drug Take Back” 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Back drop-off will be located at 5050 S Federal (King Soopers.) Visit englewoodgov.org/ police-community-relations.

Englewood Police Citizens Academy

Through-May 7, Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m., at Englewood Police Dept. Graduation at City Council meeting Monday, May 7. Register: Toni Arnoldy, tarnoldy@englewoodco.gov. You will be notified by mail of acceptance. Space limited.

POLITICAL

Republican Centennial Dinner

April 13, 6:30 p.m. VIP reception, 7 p.m. General reception. Join the Colorado Republican Committee and Chairman Jeff Hays for the Centennial Dinner at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center, 7800 Tufts Ave., Denver. RSVP: finance@cologop.org or call 303-7583333.

PUBLIC MEETING

South Suburban to create Districtwide aquatics master plan

April 24, 6 p.m., Buck Recreation Center; April 25, 7 p.m., Goodson Recreation Center; April 26, 6 p.m., Lone Tree Recreation Center. Public feedback needed to help guide the direction of the aquatics master plan process. Meetings conducted by SSPR’s consultant, Councilman-Hunsaker. 30-minute presentation, followed by Q & A. Info: Contact Kelsey Whisler at KelseyW@ssprd.org.

SANCTUARY

Women’s Retreat

April 20-22. inSights Women’s Retreat at the Franciscan retreat Center in Colorado Springs. Register at wpcdenver.org or pick up a registration form at Wellshire Presbyterian Church at 2999 S. Colorado Blvd. May 10. Dead Sea Scrolls visit. Join Wellshire’s pastors to visit the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Museum of Nature and Science. RSVP by April 19 by calling 303-758-2233.

SAVE THE DATE

Colorado Neurological Institute 30th Anniversary Gala

April 21. “Spotlight on Hope.” Info: 720974-4094. CU South Denver, formerly Wildlife Experience

Joshua School’s Annual Gala

April 28. “Standing Strong and Transforming Lives.” Keynote speaker Mickey Rowe, the first actor with autism to play a person with autism on Broadway in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime. Info: 720863-8387.

Hope on the Horizon: The Dawn of New Possibilities

May 3, 6-10 p.m. Private access to the Degas exhibit. “A Passion for Perfection” will be open for a rare after-hours viewing. Cocktail/business attire. Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Ave., Denver. Tickets: 303-285-41444 or ARex@ColoradoUplift.org

Mozart’s opera the Magic Flute ap sinFonietta with the

Saturday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 22 at 2:30 p.m.

Fisher Auditorium,The Englewood Campus 3800 S. Logan St., Englewood

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Matt Crane, Arapahoe County clerk, at one of the kickoff campaigns Arapahoe County prepares for U Choose with more unaffiliated voters

Joanne Atanasoff Gathers December 14, 1930 – March 28, 2018

Joanne was born in Ames, Iowa, the daughter of John Vincent Atanasoff and Lura Meeks Atanasoff. John was a professor of physics at Iowa State University and credited with inventing the first electronic digital computer. Due to her older sister, Elsie’s, ill health, the family relocated to Boulder, when Joanne was 14. She attended the University Hill Junior High School and Boulder High School, becoming a cheerleader, talent show winner, member of the Thespian Dramatic Honor Society, the Odoroloc staff and a class officer. At the University of Colorado, she joined the Chi Omega Sorority, served as a cheerleader and Engineering Ball Queen. She married Charles Gathers, also from Boulder, in 1952, and moved with her husband to Champaign-Urbana, Ill. She was active with the YMCA cabinet, graduated with a BA from the University of Illinois, majoring in art and taught school. Following a two-year stint in the Army in Frankfurt, Germany, the couple moved to Birmingham, Mich. where her husband worked as an architect for Eero Saarinen. The couple returned to Colorado, living in Denver, where Chuck established an architectural and planning practice. While in Denver,

Joanne was active in many social groups including Toastmasters, and the Republican Party. She was a founder and served as the fifth president of the Cancer League of Colorado (CLC). In 1988 the couple moved to Orange County, Calif. where Joanne became president of the Newcomers Organization, serving two terms. Because of her great contributions to her ancestrial country of Bulgaria, she was awarded the highest medal, “Order of the Madera Horseman, 1st Class.” The couple traveled extensively during their 65-year marriage, visiting over 80 countries. Joanne is survived by her husband, Charles Gathers of Laguna Niguel, Calif., her children Charles Jr. of Laguna Niguel, Eero of Monrovia, Calif., and her daughter, Tammara Burton of Danville, Calif., she has five grandchildren and a brother, John Vincent Atanasoff II, of Boulder. Local relatives include Robert and Marty Gathers of Parker. A memorial burial service at sea is planned for Saturday, June 23, from Dana Point Dock, Laguna Niguel, Calif. Donations in her memory may be made to Cancer League of Colorado, P.O. Box 5373, Englewood, 80155 or make a donation online at cancerleague.z2systems.com/np/clients/cancerleague/donation.

Sheriff’s office celebrates public safety dispatchers The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office is excited to be celebrating National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week from April 8 to 14. The Arapahoe County 9-1-1 Communications Center has about 30 staff members who work in the state-of-the-art Communications Center and provide an essential service to the community. In 2017, they answered more than 327,500 phone calls, including more than 76,000 9-1-1 calls. Their role in the sheriff’s office is to receive and

process those hundreds of thousands of calls to get help to callers as quickly as possible. They are experts in prioritizing emergencies, coordinating resources and providing support to responding field personnel. During National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week, the sheriff’s office hopes everyone will take the time to learn more about the Communications Center by visiting their page on its website at arapahoegov.com/915/Communications-Section.

The latest voter registration stats from the Arapahoe County clerk’s office shows that unaffiliated voters are the largest voting block in Arapahoe County, with 136,062 registrants. Coloradans in 2016 approved Proposition 108, which allows unaffiliated voters for the first time to automatically participate in primary elections. Before, they had to first affiliate with one party or another. Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams, with the blessing of the legislature, has launched a campaign to let unaffiliated voters know that they can participate and, if they want, go online sos.state.co.us/ pubs/elections/chooseU/ choiceHappens and choose whether they want to vote with a Democratic ballot or a Republican ballot this coming primary season. Voters don’t have to do this, and if they don’t, they will be mailed both ballots – but they can’t mark both. The UChooseCO campaign is aimed at informing unaffiliated voters that if they vote

both the Democratic ballot and the Republican ballot, neither ballot will count. In order words, don’t spoil it. Pick one.

The UChooseCO campaign kicked off last week in Grand Junction and Colorado Springs.

Navigating life transitions

As I get older, I think about what my life is going to look like in the next 10 years? Will I retire or at least slowdown? Will I remain passionate about my work? Will I grow weary and long for something new? If that happens, then what? Do I need to create a succession plan? Who will take over for me? How will I spend my time? Will I still have value and meaning? What will be my legacy? All of us ask these questions at one time or another. As we ponder such things, we sometimes become resistant to change even though we know it is inevitable. These are called life transitions. My friend and colleague, Pamela Foley is an expert in this area. She writes, “There are many reasons that people go through a life transition. For some, it is the need to restart after the end of a marriage, for others it can be retirement, and for some, it is the midlife pull that propels individuals into stepping into a life that they always dreamed of

before it’s too late.” Pamela opines that regardless of the reason, navigating a life transition should be a natural process if one prepares and takes baby steps. She asserts that to do this gracefully and successfully, one must assess their strengths, gifts and talents, discover what lights them up, what gives them energy and what captivates their passions. As a life transition expert and coach, Pamela suggests that for one to go into a place of self-discovery, there needs to be a process for listening to the cry of the heart. Silence and stillness are imperative for this to happen. Taking deep breaths, being alone, listening, settling oneself, journaling and calmness are also essential. The goal is to gain focus, clarity and intention. Some call this meditation or prayer. Pamela says that going through this stillness-prayerful-listening stage often results in the discovery of a burning desire and passion. Once this happens one can create a goal map

toward the next steps in the process of transitioning. Additionally, journaling is the most common way for people to record their thoughts, feelings, “noticings” or other ideas. Adding situations about what is happening around you to your journaling is an important component. Watching doors open and close, being awake and alert to providential appointments or meetings is essential to clarifying what a higher power or universe is trying to tell you. If writing in a journal is not what you enjoy, Pamela suggests sketching thoughts or creating poems or other art forms. All this creates a record of personal thoughts, goals and hopes and dreams allowing individuals to see and feel the patterns of thoughts, ideas and situations. By taking these steps at the beginning of the life transition process, individuals can achieve their desired results. Just like building a home, self-discovery is the foundation that helps one build the life that they long for even as they go through the journey of life transitions. For more information contact: joneen@myrelationshipcenter.org. For transition coaching contact: pam@pamelafoley.com.


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How to Write a Will

people you want to receive it after your death. If you die without a will, your estate will be settled in accordance with state law. Details vary by state, but assets typically are distributed using a hierarchy of survivors. Assets go first to a spouse, then to children, then your siblings, and so on. You also need to be aware that certain acDear Getting, counts take precedence It’s not hard to believe over a will. If you jointly at all. Fewer than half of own a home or a bank American adults have a account, for example, the will, mainly because they house, and the funds in BY JIM MILLER either haven’t thought the account, will go to the about it or gotten around joint holder, even if your to it, or they’ve put it off because will directs otherwise. Similarly, they don’t want to think about dyretirement accounts and life insuring. ance policies are distributed to the But having a will is important beneficiaries you designate, so it is because it ensures that your money important to keep them up-to-date and property are distributed to the too.

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Dear Savvy Senior, Though it may seem hard to believe, at age 65, I never have gotten around to making a will, but I’d like to now. My question is: Do I need to hire a lawyer to write my will, or can I do it myself? I want to get my affairs in order, but I hate paying an attorney fee if I don’t have to. Getting Organized

Do you need a lawyer?

Not necessarily. Creating a will with a do-it-yourself software program may be acceptable in some cases, particularly if you’re single and have a modest bank account. But if you have significant financial assets or a complex family situation, like a blended family or child with special needs, it’s best to seek professional advice. An experienced lawyer can make sure you cover all your bases, which can help avoid family confusion and squabbles after you’re gone. The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA.org) and the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC.org) websites are good resources that have directories to help you find someone in your area. Costs will vary depending on your location and the complexity of your situation, but you can expect to pay somewhere between $200 and $1,500 to get your will

made. To help you save, shop around and get price quotes from several different firms. And before you meet with an attorney, make a detailed list of your assets and accounts to help make your visit more efficient. If money is tight, check with your state’s bar association (see FindLegalHelp.org) to find lowcost legal help in your area. Or call the Eldercare Locater at 800-6771116 for a referral. If you are interested in a doit-yourself will, one of the best options is the Quicken WillMaker Plus 2018 software (available at NOLO.com) that costs $70, works with Windows personal computers and Macs, and is valid in every state except Louisiana. It’s also recommend that if you do create your own will, it’s wise to have a lawyer review it to make sure it covers all the important bases.

Where to store it?

Once your will is written, the best place to keep it is either in a fireproof safe or file cabinet at home, or in a safe deposit box in your bank. But make sure your executor knows where it is and has access to it. Or, if a professional prepares your will, keep the original document at your lawyer’s office. Also, be sure to update your will if your family or financial circumstances change, or if you move to another state. Send your senior questions to: Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, Okla., 73070, or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book.

Candidate forums for SSPR board election The public is invited to attend candidate forums to meet the board candidates and learn why they are running for a position on the South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) Board of Directors. The League of Women Voters will host a candidate forum at Goodson Recreation Center, 6315 S. University Blvd., on Saturday, April 21, from 1-3 p.m. The League of Women Voters of Arapahoe/ Douglas Counties is hosting the forum. The South Metro Denver

Chamber will host a candidate forum at the South Metro Denver Chamber, 2154 E. Commons Dr., Ste. 342, on Thursday, April 26 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. John Brackney, former president and CEO of the chamber will serve as moderator. Nine candidates are vying for three seats on the board of directors for SSPR. The district wide polling place election will be held Tuesday, May 8. The nine candidates order are Jerry Bakke, Pete Bar-

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per application for an absentee ballot, visit ssprd.org/election, or call 303-798-5131.

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Music therapy can help reach people with dementia Home Care Assistance of Centennial is a certified music and memory provider SUBMITTED BY HOME CARE ASSISTANCE OF CENTENNIAL People familiar with Alzheimer’s know this: The memory loss and other effects are retrograde. People lose memories, skills, and abilities in the opposite order from how they were acquired. People familiar with language acquisition know this: Melodies and songs are easy to learn and aid language learning. We’ve all had the experience of busting out – word-for-word – to sing along with a song we haven’t heard in 20 years. That’s because music memory is processed across many parts of the brain and is thus preserved better than language memory alone. Together, these facts point toward the effectiveness of music therapy for people with Alzheimer’s. If songs are some of the first things we learn, they might also be some of the last things we remember. Music therapy was established

in 1950. Music therapy is designed to improve physical and emotional health through the use of music, either with listening, songwriting, performing, exploring lyrics or other activities related to music. It’s most often used as part of stress management programs. While music therapy is an emerging field, the music itself has many benefits for health and stress management and can be used in daily life to relieve stress and promote wellness. (This is not formal music therapy, but it can be effective for stress relief.)

How music therapy can be used with Alzheimer’s patients

Since music therapy uses the brain’s multilayered processing of music, there is recent and intense interest in its applications with Alzheimer’s. A study at the University of Iowa showed that simple activities like singing and moving to music decreased wandering and disruptive behaviors among people with Alzheimer’s at nursing facilities. True, certified music therapists are trained musicians who play instruments and sing and are trained to use music therapeutically. It’s prin-

ciples – that music relaxes people both physically and psychologically, can relieve pain, create emotional intimacy - however, can be used much less formally. Using music to trigger memory and engagement in someone with Alzheimer’s requires a bit of homework. Someone needs to find out either what the person’s favorite songs were or, if that isn’t possible, try out a variety of songs that were popular when they were young. Songs from people’s teenage and

young adult years tend to be particularly effective. People may sing along, or even want to dance. Music has the power to work throughout the body, triggering muscle memory of anything from intricate dance steps to simple hand clapping or foot tapping in time with the rhythm. Music therapy’s ability to reach the body was shown in a study from the American Society of Neurorehabilitation that compared two groups of stroke victims one of

which was given traditional physical therapy and the other group which received music therapy. The music therapy group showed greater physical improvement toward walking in a shorter period of time. Home Care Assistance of Centennial is a certified music and memory provider, and they incorporate Music Therapy into their plan of care for dementia clients. They serve clients throughout South Metro Denver and can be reached at (303) 957-3100.

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Grandparents called upon to raise grandchildren

Older adults whose children have grown up often look forward to the next stages in life, which may involve retirement, downsizing and enjoying visits with their grandchildren. A growing number of aging adults may find themselves playing a key role in their grandchildren’s lives. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, 2.7 million grandparents across the country are stepping into parental roles for their grandkids. Some assist their adult children while others have become the primary caregivers. Factors like military deployment, illness, incarceration, and substance abuse are forcing grandparents to take on responsibilities they may have thought

were over. PBS reports that, between 2009 and 2016, the number of grandparents raising grandchildren in the United States rose by 7 percent. Although raising the next generation can bring about many rewards, including security, sense of purpose, a deeper relationship with family, and social interaction, there are many obstacles as well. That includes the financial strain that raising children can place on individuals unprepared for the cost of child-rearing. Census figures also show that about one-fifth of grandparents caring for children have incomes that fall below poverty level. Grandparents may be rusty concerning safety requirements and equipment now needed to care for grandchil-

More and more grandparents are stepping into parental roles for their grandkids.

dren as well. As grandparents navigate the unexplored waters of raising grandchildren, there are certain factors they need to consider.

Legal advice or advocacy

Certain circumstances may require grandparents to seek legal help so they can raise their grandchildren in lawful ways. If there is neglect, divorce, arrest or other factors, it may be a smart idea for grandparents to seek the help of an attorney or advocacy group to clarify their legal rights and ensure access to grandchildren. In addition, grandparents may need certain legal documents, such as a

power of attorney, citizenship papers, adoption records or consent forms.

Get educated

The rules have changed since grandparents raised their own children. It is important they learn as much as possible on child safety guidelines. Consumer advocacy groups or pediatricians can help explain how guidelines have changed. New furniture and toys that meet current safety guidelines may have to replace older, unsafe items.

Take care of yourself

Raising grandchildren can be emotionally taxing, especially if poor circumstances led to

the grandchildren being placed with family. It is crucial to recognize feelings and one’s own health when caring for others. A grandparent who is exhausted or overwhelmed may not offer the appropriate care. Emphasizing one’s own mental and physical health is essential, as is getting help and advice when it’s most needed. The organization AARP recommends compiling a list of support services, such as respite care providers, counselors and support groups.

Grandchildren will have feelings, too

Children, whether they are old enough to understand or not, may react to change differently. Some children may act out while others may grow detached. Grandparents can focus on providing stable environments and offer support and consistency even if grandchildren are withdrawing or pushing their loved ones away with words or actions. Raising grandchildren can be complicated, but it has become more prevalent. It can take time for these new family units to find their grooves. More information is available at aarp.org in their Grand Families Guide.

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Sports

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Rockies struggle to produce as season opens BATTERUP

The Rockies home opener In the early going of any on April 6 was one of the season, it’s difficult to judge coldest games ever whether patterns are played in Denver emerging – either with the thermomfor individual playeter bottoming out ers (on offense or at 28 degrees. Ironipitching) or teams. cally, the record for In the most general the coldest home terms, the Rockies game was also starting pitching against the Braves has been erratic. BY B.T. GALLOWAY on April 13, 2013 Their new bullpen with the first pitch has been imprestemperature at 23 degrees. sive. And the team’s offense, The Rockies lost this year’s which has averaged only 3.7 game 4-0. Actually in 2013 runs per game so far, has not they had worse luck losbeen enough to offset the ing both games of a double hiccups of the pitching staff. header on that date in which I’m confident those numbers Atlanta’s Freddy Freeman will change for the better in went an amazing 8 for 8 with the next month. 20 RBIs. This week the Rockies As of April 8, with a will host the Padres for three 5-win, 5-loss record, more games then head the Rockies are for the East Coast definitely not hot, for a weekend but neither are series with the any of the other Washington Nateams in the Westtionals followed ern Division. The by a three-game Diamondbacks are series in Pittsburgh at 7 wins and 2 lossagainst Clint Hures. The Giants have dle’s hot Pirates club. 4 wins and 4 losses. When we check back The Dodgers are strugin on April 19 we’ll gling at 3 wins and 6 know a lot more about losses. And the Padres who’s hot and who’s not. trail the pack with 2 btgalloway@villagerwins and 8 losses. publishing.com

The permanent Weight Room plaque at the Pepsi Center being unveiled.

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Denver Nuggets Steve Hess Weight room The Denver Nuggets organization recently named their weight room, The Steve Hess Weight Room following his 21-year influential service as head strength and conditioning coach for the franchise. Hess is especially well-known in the Greenwood Village area for his role before the Nuggets as the director of personal training of Greenwood Athletic Club, in which he was responsible for the entire fitness regimen for the personal training department and a staff of 25 personal trainers. Hess and his family celebrate the reveal of The Steve Hess Weight Room plaque to permanently be installed at The Pepsi Center.

On March 15, Steve Hess was recognized as one of the 50 most influential people in Denver Nuggets’ 50-year history. This halftime ceremony commemorated the important role he played as one of the most respected and admired coaches for the franchise over his 21-year career with the team. After receiving a custom 50th Anniversary crystal basketball, Hess and his family were directed to center court for one more surprise: the Nuggets’ weight room at the Pepsi Center was permanently renamed, The Steve Hess Weight Room. Following his 21-year tenure with The Nuggets, Pan-

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Fashion illustrator Jim Howard showcased at Denver Art Museum

Over 100 works and history on display through Aug. 5 I’ve hired a few fashion illustrators for my boutique ad agency over the years, but none compare with the award-winning work of Jim Howard. BELOW: Fashion Group International (FGI) Denver’s Co-Regional The charming, modDirectors Gabriel Medina and Kat Dudden with Man of the Hour Jim est, humorous and Howard, Denver Art Museum’s Jane Burke and FGI Board member dapper Howard began Nathalia Faribault. Drawn to Glamour is in Jim’s own handwriting. drawing at age eight and only had formal training beginning in junior college. Always drawn to glamour, the Texan was, however, bold enough to take his portfolio to Neiman-Marcus where he was accepted for his dream job that launched his career. In the 1950s, his work was the focal point for the company’s print ad campaigns. He was catapulted to New York City where in the 70s and 80s, he was commissioned as the premier illustrator for the likes of the iconic Bonwit Teller, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bullocks, B. Altman, Marshall Field’s and Garfinckel’s. On gray paper with charcoal pencil, he captured the essence of prestigious labels such as Oscar de la Renta, Calvin Klein and Dior and even Revlon. He mingled with the famous such as CoCo Chanel, Perry Ellis, Pauline Trigere and Donna Karan. The designers were treated and marketed as rock stars. The goal in those days was to sell the clothes. His works document how major retailers shaped the public knowledge about fashion and desire to keep up with the trends. It is said that people can relate to themselves more in the drawings rather than a supermodel or movie star via photography. From New York, he moved to Taos and then relocated to Denver. After photography took over as the medium of choice, (actually demolished his career according to Jim), he turned to illustrating paper doll books which are on sale the Denver Art Museum’s gift shop and on Amazon. Before that, in what seemed like another natural artistic transition, Jim also became involved in theatre and set design and even did some work for Dillard’s while in New Mexico. The “geri-active” (approaching 88 young years) has his award-winning creations hung in museums and galleries across the U.S. including New York City, Boston, Chicago, Taos and of course, in Texas. For a refreshing touch of nostalgia, see Jim Howard’s story on level 2 in the DAM Hamilton Building. One of his illustrations is even on the elevator door! During a recent tour, Senior Curatorial Assistant – Textile Art and Fashion Department at Denver Art Museum (DAM) Jane Burke mentioned that visitors commented that they had made the Degas exhibit their destination but that the real gem was the spotlight on Jim Howard’s interpretations of the biggest names in fashion. Will there be a resurgence of fashion illustration? Plenty of young people have been drawn to this glamorous exhibition. Jim Howard was featured in The Villager’s The era of power dressing GENTS Section a few years ago as one of the Best Photos by Scottie Taylor Iverson Dressed Men in Denver. Photo by Nicole Marcelli

From cosmetics to evening gowns, from sportswear to power dressing, my clients were very into storytelling and let me go for it. – Jim Howard


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FLEURISH

Veteran’s Passport to Hope Raises $94,000 to support local veterans 6th annual gala raise funds through donations, silent auction items and live auction

The evening came alive with music, food and drink, awards, intriguing speakers, and an array of exciting prizes at the Cable Center as Veteran’s Passport to Hope (VP2H) hosted its 6th annual gala. Above all of the glitz and fun, the evening will be remembered for the extreme generosity of sponsors and those attending. Guests of the gala raised $94,000 for VP2H and their efforts to support veterans and veterans’ organizations in the Denver area. Dressed in their finest, gala guests enjoyed cocktails, entertainment and inspirational videos – including a video featuring Tony Drees, executive director; who spoke about VP2H and its mission. Drees was not able to attend the gala as he was recovering from his 70th surgery for a war wound he suffered while serving in the Army during the Gulf War of 1991. Moments later, Drees appeared in a feed recorded just days before, reassuring all everyone that he was ready and excited to continue fighting for veterans’ issues. “There has never been a more important time to support our veterans. The gala is an exciting event that brings people together in our community who genuinely want to make a difference in the lives of our local veterans,” said Drees. Since its launch in 2012, VP2H has helped almost 11,000 veterans and their families through fundraising events like its annual gala. “Now, more than ever, is the time for us all to document our patriotism, and VP2H is a platform to do just that.” VP2H helps veterans like Chris Boyer, a veteran who has turned his own challenges with PTSD into a focus on speaking and volunteering on behalf of other veterans. Boyer was honored with the CPT Kevin J Smith Award during the gala and told his inspirational story, including how VP2H has helped him throughout his journey. “People should support VP2H because it works,” says Boyer. “It’s a local organization that exists with the sole purpose for helping the local veteran community.” VP2H’s mission is to raise awareness about the issues that today’s veterans are going through; to raise funds to support veteran friendly nonprofits; and to bring veteran friendly nonprofits together in order to collaborate. All three pillars of their mission come together to more effectively and efficiently help veterans.

VP2H raises money throughout the year to support organizations that help veterans transition back into civilian life, overcome trauma, and heal from their wounds, both physically and emotionally. Many of those organizations attended the gala, including Eagles Nest Ranch, Colorado Veterans Project, and the Colorado branch of Volunteers of America. The evening was sponsored in large part by businesses, organizations, and individuals who generously donated financially and by providing some fascinating prizes for the live and silent auctions. Those sponsors included Infiniti of Denver, Anadarko, Sailor Jerry’s, Breckenridge Brewery, Hero Cellars, Spice of Life, Prism Group, EKS&H, Colorado Veterans Project, AAA Building Maintenance, Omni Financial, Oasis Advantage, Wired Mustang, Visdom and Edie Marks.

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Politics

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Key to GOP victory is unaffiliated women

say they will support the GOP. The most lopsided statistic he reported was that 34 percent of On April 4, Arapahoe CounAmericans think our country is ty Republicans gathered to lison the right track, while 57 perten to and learn from one of its cent say it’s on the wrong track. longtime leaders, former state In the U. S House of Repreparty chair Dick Wadhams, sentatives, Wadhams declared veteran campaign manager and that the Democrats need to win political consultant. back 24 seats to take control, Local elected officials Matt and that 100 seats are thought Crane, county to be competiclerk, and Jeff The governor’s tive. Baker, county Turning race is key and commissioner, to Colorado, the winner will be Wadhams said along with 2018 hopefuls determined by a that the DemoBrita Horn and very specific group crats are foBrett Barkey, cused on CD both running of voters—suburban 6, because it for state treaRepublican and is a true swing surer were unaffiliated women district, a fact there. Also to in Arapahoe and well-known in the room locals, includwere Roger Jefferson Counties. ing Republican Edwards, 6th U.S. Rep. – Former Colorado Congressional Mike Coffman. GOP Chair Dick District RepubAsked to Wadhams Addresses lican primary make predicLocal Republicans opponent of tions about the U.S. Rep. upcoming election in Colorado, Mike Coffman, district 4 coun- Wadhams emphasized that, ty commissioner candidate Win “The governor’s race is key Deal, and statehouse candidates and the winner will be deterRichard Bassett, Rod Bockenmined by a very specific group feld and Toren Mushovic. of voters—suburban Republican and unaffiliated women in Wadhams described 2018 Arapahoe and Jefferson Counas a tough campaign year for ties.” In response to a question the party, citing the president’s about how the race could be 42 percent approval rating, compared to his 53 percent dis- won, Wadhams said the key is specifically defining one’s approval rating. He went on to agenda. He named transportashare that 46 percent of voters tion and education as the most polled planned to vote Democratic in 2018, while 38 percent important issues to Coloradans. BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

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Coffman avoids GOP primary contest BY BOB SWEENEY PUBLISHER Venerable five-term congressman and Marine combat veteran Mike Coffman won another battle at the 6th Congressional District Assembly at Hinkley High School April 7. Coffman garnered 74.9 percent from 272 favorable votes to challenger Roger Edwards 24.2 percent from 88 supporters. Vote counts varied by several numbers because of faulty distribution of ballots by three separate county delegates voting in the wrong counties. Both campaign organizations cooperated in the ballot count and the variance in voters with seven Arapahoe County delegates without ballots, according to Ryan Call, former state GOP chairman. A lengthy delay occurred while election officials sorted out what had happened and agreed to accept the vote counts as presented without another vote if the margin of Coffman’s victory was above the margin of 30 percent for challenger Edwards. Edwards would have needed roughly 109 votes to make the primary election ballot. Some of the 363 voting delegates had left the school auditorium when the ballot shortage was discovered by officials. The 1 p.m. session was chaired by six-district chairman Bob Miles, and Andi Allott, chairman of the credential committee; rules com-

mittee, Pam Cirbo; and Matt Crane, teller. The executive committee consisted of chairman Miles, Arapahoe County, John Isaacs, vice chairman, Adams County; Jeff Wasden, vice chairman, Douglas County; and Evie Ashmore, secretary/treasurer, Arapahoe County. Miles recognized all first responders and veterans in attendance, GOP club presidents and county chairmen. The executive committee was elected to serve as the 6th District vacancy committee, according to party bylaws. A long list of statewide candidates was given two minutes to address the packed auditorium of delegates and alternates, many wearing Coffman or Edwards T-shirts, buttons and stickers. Timer for the prospective candidates was Monica Wasden who provided time limits placards that were enforced with the microphone turned off on several longer winded candidates. Candidate for governor Cynthia Coffman, an Aurora resident for many years, was not in attendance at the event. Republican gubernatorial candidates speaking were Mitchell, Robinson, Lopez, Barlock and Stapleton. Casper Stockham spoke as a candidate for Congress against Diana DeGette in the 1st Congressional District. A full slate of candidates for state treasurer was on hand. George Brauchler received a loud ovation as he

announced that he was the only elected official not running for governor. Braucher switched from the governor’s race to seek the attorney general’s office following Coffman’s bid for governor. Jeff Hayes, state GOP chairman briefly addressed the audience hailing party efforts and the upcoming GOP state assembly to be held in Boulder, Saturday, April 14, at the Coors Event Center. He also reported that tickets were on sale for the GOP fundraising dinner April 13 at a DTC hotel. A fact sheet distributed at the assembly related that in the 6th Congressional District there are 167,542 unaffiliated voters; 145,772 Democrat voters; and 138,783 Republican voters. Former Centennial city council member Sue Bosier was recognized and presented a bouquet of flowers for her service to the party, state and country. At the end of the day, Coffman praised candidate Edwards stating, “…you showed courage and I respect you for that.” Edward said, “I had a passion.” He related his dislike for war and thanked citizens for supporting his candidacy and in closing thanked God that President Donald Trump was president. The two candidates shook hands, embraced, and walked off the stage together.

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Phil Covarrubias

Covarrubias is in the construction business and is finishing his first term representing the district. He spoke enthuasically about his experience at the state capitol and that he had gained a lot of knowledge during his first term in office. An advocate for vocational education and training he stressed teaching job skills to

high school graduates so they understand how to work. He said, “How can you be an electrical engineer if you have never spliced a pair of copper wires together?” Covarrubias lives in Adams County where he and his family operate a construction company. His name will be placed on the primary ballot along with former Arapahoe County. Commissioner Rod Bockenfeld has petitioned onto the primary ballot by gathering district signatures. Neal Mancuso, chairman of the 56th district chaired the meeting assisted by secretary Maurice Mertens. They were elected to serve as the vacancy committee for the district.


Autos

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Look under the hood at the Denver Auto Show

The Colorado Auto Show was held at the Convention Center last weekend. This annual mecca for the auto industry was well attended and a showcase for many new vehicles for 2019.

FAR LEFT: At the front door is the 2019 Toyota Avalon.

Hot cars can look very cool. Here is a scissor-doored McLaren. Photos by Bob Sweeney

No mistaking the classic and timeless design of a Porsche 911.

Well know metro auto dealer John and Deborah Medved with State Rep. Jack Tate.

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LEGALS

CENTENNIAL CITY OF CENTENNIAL NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING CONCERNING THE ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN PROPERTY FOR ANNEXATION KNOWN AS THE TING ANNEXATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to C.R.S. § 31-12-108(2), that the City Council of the City of Centennial will hold a public hearing on Monday, April 16, 2018 at 7:00 P.M. to consider whether the property generally known as the “Ting Annexation,” and more particularly described in Resolution No. 2018-R-13 dated March 5, 2018 (the “Substantial Compliance Resolution”), which property consists of a total of approximately 6.062 acres and includes portions of South Potomac Street, Broncos Parkway, and other public rights-of-way as more particularly described in a petition for annexation (the “Subject Property”), meets the applicable requirements of Section 30 of Article II of the Colorado Constitution and C.R.S. § 31-12104 and C.R.S. § 31-12-105, and is eligible for annexation to the City of Centennial. Copies of the Petition for Annexation concerning the Subject Property and the corresponding annexation map are on file at the City of Centennial City Clerk’s office, 13313 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, CO 80112. All interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard. The hearing will be held in the Centennial Civic Center, 13313 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, CO 80112 at the above date and time. Further information concerning this matter may be obtained by calling the City of Centennial Community Development Department at 303-754-3378. A copy of the Substantial Compliance Resolution is published in full below. /s/ Barbara Setterlind, CMC City Clerk CITY OF CENTENNIAL, COLORADO RESOLUTION NO. 2018-R-13 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CENTENNIAL, COLORADO ACCEPTING AN ANNEXATION PETITION, MAKING CERTAIN FINDINGS OF FACT, FINDING SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE FOR SUCH PETITION, AND SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING FOR PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE TING ANNEXATION WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Centennial, Colorado has received and examined the filings and the Petition for Annexation requesting the annexation of certain real estate more fully described in said petition and in Exhibit 1 (“Ting Annexation”), which is attached to this Resolution and is incorporated herein by reference (collectively, the “Property”); and WHEREAS, the Property includes certain property owned by DV2, LLLP, together with certain rights-of-way as more particularly described in the Petition for Annexation; and WHEREAS, said Petition for Annexation has been filed of record with the City Clerk of the City of Centennial, State of Colorado, and WHEREAS, the City Council finds as follows: 1. That the petition contains the following: a. An allegation that the requirements of C.R.S. §§ 31-12104 and 31-12-105 exist or are met. b. An allegation that the signer of the petition comprise more than fifty percent (50%) of the landowners of the area proposed to be annexed and own more than fifty percent (50%) of the area proposed to be annexed, exclusive of public streets and alleys and any land owned by the City of Centennial. c. A request that the City of Centennial approve the annexation of the Property. d. The signature of the landowner that executed the petition. e. The mailing address of the landowner. f. The legal description of the Property and a legal description of the specific real property owned by the landowner that executed the petition. g. The date that the landowner executed the petition. h. The affidavit of the petition circulator; stating that the signature of the landowner therein is the signature of the person whose name it purports to be. 2.

That four (4) copies of the annexation maps corresponding to the Property have been submitted to the City with the Petition, and that the annexation maps contain the following information: a. A written legal description of the boundaries of the Property proposed to be annexed. b. A map showing the boundary of the Property proposed to be annexed. c. Within the map, the boundaries and the plat numbers of plots or of lots and blocks. d. Next to the boundary of the Property proposed to be annexed is drawn the contiguous boundary of the City of Centennial.

3.

That no signature on the Petition is dated more than one hundred eighty (180) days prior to the date of filing of the Petitions for Annexation with the City Clerk of the City of Centennial, State of Colorado.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the City of Centennial, Colorado as follows: Section 1. That the foregoing recitals and findings are incorporated herein as findings and conclusions of the City Council. Section 2. That the Petition for Annexation to the City of Centennial of the Property commonly referred to as the “Ting Annexation”, which the Petition was officially filed of record with the City Clerk of the City of Centennial on or prior to Tuesday, February 20, 2018, substantially comply with the requirements of C.R.S. § 31-12-107(1). Section 3. No election is required under C.R.S. § 31-12-107(2). Section 4. No additional terms and conditions are to be imposed except as provided in the Petition for Annexation and in any annexation agreements which may be entered into by and between the City of Centennial and the petitioner, which are not to be considered additional terms and conditions within the meaning of §31-12-112, C.R.S. Section 5. That a public hearing shall be held on Monday, the 16th day of April, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. at the City Council Chambers, 13133 East Arapahoe Road, Centennial, Colorado for the purpose of determining and finding whether the proposed annexation complies with section 30 of article II of the Colorado Constitution and the applicable provisions of C.R.S. §§ 31-12-104 and 31-12-105. Section 6. Any person may appear at such hearing and present evidence pertaining to the eligibility of the proposed annexation of the Property to the City of Centennial. Section 7. This resolution shall be effective immediately upon approval by the City Council. ADOPTED by a vote of ___ in favor and ___ against this ____ day of April, 2018. By: Stephanie Piko, Mayor ATTEST: Approved as to Form: By: City Clerk or Deputy City Clerk

By: For City Attorney’s Office Exhibit 1 (Legal description of Property – Ting Annexation) AREA TO BE ANNEXED TO CITY OF CENTENNIAL Please note: The following twelve (12) parcels are proposed for annexation and comprise the total property to be annexed. Parcels 1 through and including 11 are held as right of way; parcel 12 is privately owned property held by the Petitioner. TING ANNEXATION NO. 1 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AND THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 66 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THAT SOUTH POTOMAC STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY PARCEL DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, ALSO BEING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 2, BLOCK 1, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 24, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3091769 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET RIGHT-OF-WAY PARCEL, 92.00 FEET TO THE NORTHEAST CORNER THEREOF, ALSO BEING THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 4, BLOCK 3, DOVE VALLEY V, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B3160646 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 121.35 FEET TO AN ANGLE POINT; THENCE SOUTHERLY, CONTINUING ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 49.00 FEET; THENCE WESTERLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID EAST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 120.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 49.00 FEET TO AN ANGLE POINT; THENCE NORTHERLY, CONTINUING ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 120.46 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 2 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AND THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 66 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, SAID POINT BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 1 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 1 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; THENCE EASTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 1 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AND THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 1 PARCEL; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 240.00 FEET; THENCE WESTERLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID EAST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 120.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 240.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 3 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AND THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 66 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, SAID POINT BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 2 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 2 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; THENCE EASTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 2 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AND THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 2 PARCEL; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 240.00 FEET; THENCE WESTERLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID EAST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 120.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 240.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 4 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AND THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 66 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, SAID POINT BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 3 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 3 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; THENCE EASTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 3 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AND THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 3 PARCEL; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 240.00 FEET; THENCE WESTERLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID EAST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 120.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 240.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AND THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 66 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, SAID POINT BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 4 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 4 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; THENCE EASTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 4 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AND THE SOUTHEAST

CORNER OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 4 PARCEL, ALSO BEING ON THE WEST LINE OF THAT PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN THAT SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B5054957 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 210.00 FEET; THENCE WESTERLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID EAST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 120.00 FEET TO THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, ALSO BEING ON THE EAST LINE OF THAT PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B3271527 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG SAID EAST LINE AND SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 9.00 FEET TO A POINT ON A CURVE; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID EAST LINE, FOLLOWING THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 30.00 FEET, 47.12 FEET TO A POINT ON THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE NORTHERLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OFWAY LINE, 120.00 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY; THENCE NORTHEASTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 30.00 FEET, 47.12 FEET TO A POINT OF TANGENT ON SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET; THENCE NORTHERLY, ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 21.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 6 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN AND THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF SECTION 31, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 66 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, SAID POINT BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; THENCE EASTERLY, ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, AND THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL, THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 151.00 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG SAID SOUTH LINE, 120.00 FEET TO THE EAST LINE OF THAT PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN THAT WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B3271527 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, ALSO BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SOUTH POTOMAC STREET AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST LINE AND THE WEST LINE OF SAID SOUTH POTOMAC STREET, 151.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 7 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, BEING AN ANGLE POINT IN THE WEST LINE OF THE CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; SAID POINT ALSO BEING A POINT OF TANGENCY OF THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 3, BLOCK 1, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 24, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3091769 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF SAID CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 5 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE NORTH LINE OF THAT PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN THAT SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B9014697 IN SAID OFFICE, ALSO BEING THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH LINE, 233.06 FEET MORE OR LESS, TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID PARCEL RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B9014697; THENCE NORTHERLY, AT RIGHT ANGLES TO THE NORTH LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, 120.00 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY AND THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID LOT 3; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND SOUTH LINE OF SAID LOT 3, 233.10 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 8 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, SAID POINT BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 7 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 7 PARCEL DESCRIPTION, ALSO BEING THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THAT PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B9043549 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B9043549 AND SOUTH LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, 106.18 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B9043549; THENCE CONTINUING WESTERLY ALONG THE SOUTH LINE SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, ALSO BEING ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF THAT PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED AT RECEPTION NO. B9043550 IN SAID OFFICE, FOLLOWING THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE RIGHT WITH A RADIUS OF 1520.00 FEET, 138.82 FEET; THENCE NORTHERLY, RADIAL TO THE PREVIOUS COURSE, 120.00 FEET TO THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, ALSO BEING THE SOUTH LINE OF DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 24, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3091769 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, FOLLOWING THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 1400.00 FEET, 127.83 FEET TO A POINT OF TANGENCY; THENCE CONTINUING ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND SOUTH LINE OF SAID DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 24, 106.17 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 7 PARCEL; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID CITY OF

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LEGALS — Continued from page 24 — CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 7 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 9 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT OF CURVATURE AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, AND THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE AND ALSO AS DEDICATED ON THE PLAT OF DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12, RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B0154283 IN SAID OFFICE, ALSO BEING ON THE NORTH LINE OF LOT 7, SAID DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, 123 FEET, MORE OR LESS, ON A DIRECT LINE TO A POINT OF CURVATURE AT THE INTERSECTION WITH THE WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE, BEING ON THE NORTH LINE OF LOT 2, DOVE VALLEY V, FILING NO. 11, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3043512 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE NORTHERLY, 129.00 FEET ON A RADIAL LINE TO THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, ALSO BEING ON THE SOUTH LINE OF DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 24, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3091769 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 24, FOLLOWING THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 1400.00 FEET, 220.75 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 8 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 8 PARCEL DESCRIPTION, ALSO BEING ON THE SOUTH LINE OF LOT 3, BLOCK 1, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 24, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3091769 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 8 PARCEL, 120.00 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER THEREOF, ALSO BEING ON THE NORTH LINE OF THAT PARCEL OF LAND DESCRIBED IN THAT SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B9043550 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE WESTERLY ALONG SAID NORTH LINE AND ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF LOT 7, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B0154283 IN SAID OFFICE, FOLLOWING THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE RIGHT WITH A RADIUS OF 1520.00 FEET, 117.25 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 10 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT OF CURVATURE AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, AND THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE AND ALSO AS DEDICATED ON THE PLAT OF DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12, RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B0154283 IN SAID OFFICE, ALSO BEING ON THE NORTH LINE OF LOT 7, SAID DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12; THENCE SOUTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID WEST LINE OF LOT 7 AND SAID EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 30.00 FEET, 45.77 FEET TO A POINT OF TANGENT; THENCE CONTINUING SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST LINE AND EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 86.57 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVATURE; THENCE CONTINUING SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST LINE AND EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE RIGHT HAVING A RADIUS OF 436.43 FEET, 86.28 FEET; THENCE WESTERLY, RADIAL TO THE PREVIOUS COURSE, 65.00 FEET TO A POINT ON THE WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID EAST

ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE, ALSO BEING THE EAST LINE OF LOT 2, DOVE VALLEY V, FILING NO. 11, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3043512 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND EAST LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 371.43 FEET, 74.00 FEET TO A POINT OF TANGENT; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND EAST LINE, 76.97 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVATURE; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND EAST LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 30.00 FEET, 46.04 FEET TO A POINT OF TANGENT, BEING ON SAID SOUTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST BRONCOS PARKWAY, ALSO BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 9 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 9 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 9 PARCEL, 123 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 11 PARCEL DESCRIPTION THAT PORTION OF EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT A POINT ON THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE, AS DESCRIBED IN THAT DEED RECORDED IN BOOK 4475 AT PAGE 40 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, AND AS DEDICATED ON THE PLAT OF DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12, RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B0154283 IN SAID OFFICE, ALSO BEING THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF LOT 7, SAID DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12; THENCE WESTERLY AT RIGHT ANGLES TO THE WEST RIGHT-OFWAY OF SAID EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE, 65.00 FEET TO A POINT ON SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, ALSO BEING THE EAST LINE OF LOT 2, DOVE VALLEY V, FILING NO. 11, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. D3043512 IN SAID OFFICE; THENCE NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE AND

EAST LINE, 35.90 FEET TO A POINT OF CURVATURE; THENCE CONTINUING NORTHERLY ALONG SAID WEST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE AND EAST LINE, ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT HAVING A RADIUS OF 371.43 FEET, 74.52 FEET TO THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF CITY OF CENTENNIAL TING ANNEXATION NO. 10 PARCEL AS DESCRIBED IN TING ANNEXATION NO. 10 PARCEL DESCRIPTION; THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID TING ANNEXATION NO. 10 PARCEL, 65.00 FEET TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER THEREOF, ALSO BEING ON THE WEST LINE OF SAID LOT 7; THENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG THE EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF SAID EAST ADAM AIRCRAFT CIRCLE AND WEST LINE OF SAID LOT 7, ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE RIGHT HAVING A RADIUS OF 436.43 FEET, 87.55 FEET TO A POINT OF TANGENT; THENCE CONTINUING SOUTHERLY ALONG SAID EAST RIGHT-OFWAY LINE AND WEST LINE OF LOT 7, 35.90 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. TING ANNEXATION NO. 12 PARCEL DESCRIPTION ALL THAT PROPERTY BEING A PORTION OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 67 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO, DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: LOT 7, DOVE VALLEY BUSINESS PARK SUBDIVISION FILING NO. 12, AS RECORDED AT RECEPTION NO. B0154283 IN THE ARAPAHOE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE, EXCEPTING THEREFROM THAT PORTION AS CONVEYED TO THE COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE IN SPECIAL WARRANTY DEED RECORDED APRIL 30, 2009 AT RECEPTION NO. B9043550, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO. Published in The Villager First Publication: March 15, 2018 Last Publication: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8119 ____________________________

ARAPAHOE COUNTY WARRANTS REPORT FOR 03/01/2018 TO 03/31/2018 FUNDS SUMMARY: 10.......................................................General Fund............ 4,178,650.61 11........................................................Social Services............. 929,886.21 12.......................................................Electronic Filing Te......... 26,924.63 14.......................................................Law Enforcement Auth... 31,793.51 15.......................................................Arapahoe / Douglas W. 128,605.15 16.......................................................Road and Bridge.......... 286,106.13 20.......................................................Sheriff’s Commissary..... 73,089.47 21.......................................................Community Developmen.69,638.20 25.......................................................Developmental Disabi.3,014,793.59 26.......................................................Grants........................... 722,312.08 28.......................................................Open Space Sales Tax.1,186,494.60 29.......................................................Homeland Security -....... 58,934.91 33.......................................................Building Maintenance..... 87,992.23 34.......................................................Fair Fund.......................... 6,250.00 41.......................................................Capital Expenditure...... 300,690.03 42.......................................................Infrastructure................ 140,344.39 43.......................................................Arapahoe County Recr..... 8,364.65 70.......................................................Central Services........... 197,339.37 71.......................................................Self-Insurance Liabi...... 543,060.92 73.......................................................Self-Insurance Worke... 355,541.89 74.......................................................Self-Insurance Denta.... 165,317.37 84.......................................................E-911 Authority............. 319,495.85 91.......................................................Treasurer................... 6,298,091.68 TOTAL................................................................................ 19,129,717.47 PREPARED BY APPROVED BY FUND REPORT - 10 General Fund 1ST CLASS TOWING........................Services and Other.............. 480.00 3M AUSTIN CENTER.........................Services and Other........... 3,900.00 60 CEMENT TRUCKING LLC............MISC..................................... 15.00 A.L.E.R.T............................................Services and Other................ 80.00 A2M4SEEN LLP.................................Supplies............................... 474.32 ABDELOUHAB SEKHRI....................MISC..................................... 15.00 ABEAM CONSULTING USA LTD.......Services and Other......... 46,408.00 ACE TOWING ENTERPRISES INC...Services and Other.............. 120.00 ACSO EMPLOYEE TRUST FUND.....MISC................................... 983.00 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS...................Supplies............................... 109.27 ADVANCED NETWORK MANAGEMENT INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 4,813.40 ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN..........Services and Other......... 15,000.00 AJ REAL PROPERTIES LLC.............MISC..................................... 65.10 ALAMEDA EAST VETERINARY HOSPITAL ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 319.31 ALAN MCCLINTOCH.........................Supplies............................ 1,040.40 ALBIN F BARTRON...........................MISC..................................... 15.00 ALEXANDRA WHITE PC...................MISC..................................... 15.00 ALISSA OSTER..................................MISC..................................... 10.00 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ...........................................................Supplies............................... 688.08 ALLEGIANT MORTUARY TRANSPORT LLC ...........................................................Services and Other......... 12,020.50 ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........Supplies............................... 288.50 ALONDRA NAJERA...........................MISC..................................... 15.00 ALPINE CREDIT INC.........................MISC..................................... 40.00 ALSCO...............................................Supplies............................... 584.66 AMALIA POGOSIAN..........................MISC..................................... 61.60 AMANDA PETERMANN.....................Services and Other................ 17.33 AMANDA SLATES..............................Services and Other.............. 320.00 AMERICAN CORRECTIONAL ASSOC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 4,875.00 AMERICAN INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLY ...........................................................MISC................................ 2,135.95 AMERICAN TARGET CO...................Supplies................................. 63.00 AMERICAN TIRE DISTRIBUTORS INC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 879.33 AMY LAVE..........................................Services and Other........... 1,119.99 ANDREA RASIZER............................Services and Other................ 82.35 ANDREW CORNELL..........................Services and Other.............. 373.75

ANGELA STANTON...........................Services and Other................ 10.12 ANGELIQUE LAYTON.......................MISC..................................... 15.00 APPLEWOOD PLUMBING HEATING & ...........................................................MISC..................................... 77.80 APRIL GUSTAFSON..........................MISC..................................... 64.10 AQUA SERVE....................................Services and Other.............. 166.00 AQUA SERVE....................................Supplies................................. 58.50 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX.....Services and Other........... 8,100.00 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX.....Supplies.......................... 91,716.83 ARAPAHOE COUNTY COUNCIL - AGING ...........................................................Services and Other........... 3,000.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY PUBLIC AIRPORT ...........................................................Services and Other....... 155,627.26 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ...........................................................Supplies................................. 90.00 ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT......Services and Other......... 22,725.00 ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ...........................................................Services and Other......... 45,698.91 ARROW ELECTRONICS INC............Services and Other......... 22,233.13 ASHLEY YANT...................................Services and Other................ 26.70 ASPIRE HR INC.................................Services and Other........... 7,723.00 AT&T MOBILITY II LLC......................Services and Other.............. 150.70 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH..............Services and Other......... 83,131.66 AUSLYN GROUP INC........................Services and Other........... 1,990.00 AUTOMOTIVE IMPORTS..................MISC..................................... 15.00 AUTONATION....................................Supplies............................... 126.56 AUTOZONE PARTS INC....................Supplies................................. 48.99 AUTOZONE STORES INC.................Supplies............................... 955.44 BASELINE ASSOCIATES INC...........Services and Other......... 22,260.00 BATTERY SYSTEMS INC..................Supplies............................... 838.59 BC SERVICES INC............................MISC................................... 128.50 BENJAMIN SWARTZENDRUBER.....Services and Other................ 96.89 BERGKAMP INC................................Supplies............................... 323.46 BETH A KINSKY.................................Services and Other................ 40.00 BETH CARMAN.................................Services and Other.............. 256.00 BILL L HOLEN....................................Services and Other.............. 303.60 BLANCHARD TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 459.25 BONDED BUSINESS SERVICES LTD ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 BRANDI MARTIN-TRUSSELL...........Services and Other................. 50.58 BRENDA SIMONS.............................Services and Other................ 10.22 BRIAN BOSTWICK............................Services and Other.............. 117.88 BRIAN GILPATRICK...........................Services and Other.............. 161.00 BRIAN KNUDSEN..............................Services and Other.............. 288.00 BRIANA DESAUSSURE....................MISC..................................... 15.00 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 109.98 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 726.56 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC......Supplies............................... 778.68 BRUMBAUGH & QUANDAHL PC......MISC..................................... 15.00 BULLOCK LAW FIRM PA...................MISC..................................... 15.00 CANDICE MARTINEZ........................Services and Other................ 34.39 CANON BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 109.52 CARMEN CRIPE................................Services and Other.................. 9.27 CAROL A DENNIS..............................Services and Other.............. 224.00 CAROL JEPPSEN..............................Services and Other.............. 107.91 CAROLINE HOGAN/PETTY CASH...Supplies................................. 15.56 CATA...................................................Services and Other.............. 825.00 CATHERINE CHRISTOPHILLIS ESQ ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 CATHERINE RALEY..........................Services and Other.............. 256.00 CCG SYSTEMS INC..........................Services and Other......... 19,828.55 CCG SYSTEMS INC..........................Supplies............................ 6,295.04 CCNC INC..........................................Services and Other.............. 300.00 CCP INDUSTRIES.............................Supplies............................... 432.73 CDW GOVERNMENT........................Services and Other.............. 715.17 CENTENNIAL ROTARY FOUNDATION INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 650.00 CERTIFIED BALANCE SERVICE INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 519.25

CGRS INC..........................................Supplies............................ 1,885.00 CHALEA HERNANDEZ......................Services and Other.............. 137.34 CHEMATOX LABORATORY INC.......Services and Other.............. 592.80 CHERO ALDAWOODI........................Services and Other................ 97.66 CHERRY CREEK VALLEY.................Services and Other.............. 110.48 CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66.......Services and Other........... 1,022.40 CHRIS BUFFUM................................Services and Other................ 64.62 CHRIS JAMES...................................MISC..................................... 57.60 CHRISTINA J COFFMAN...................MISC..................................... 15.00 CINA & CINA FORENSIC CONSULTING PC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,150.00 CINDY FORTUNATO.........................Services and Other................ 50.69 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER.....MISC..................................... 34.50 CITY OF AURORA.............................MISC................................ 1,106.00 CITY OF AURORA.............................Services and Other........... 1,933.50 CIVICORE LLC..................................Services and Other.............. 500.00 CIVICPLUS INC.................................Services and Other........... 6,674.22 CLANTON ENGINEERING INC.........Services and Other.............. 807.29 CLEAN DESIGNS INC.......................Services and Other.............. 157.72 CLIFTON LARSON ALLEN LLP.........Services and Other......... 50,000.00 CO DEPT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT ...........................................................MISC..................................... 40.00 COLO DEPT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT ...........................................................MISC..................................... 40.00 COLORADO 4-H FOUNDATION INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 252.34 COLORADO ALTERNATIVESENTENCING PGRM ...........................................................Services and Other................ 40.00 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOC..Services and Other.............. 130.00 COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF 4-H YOUTH ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,005.00 COLORADO BUREAU INVESTIGATION ...........................................................MISC.............................. 28,215.50 COLORADO CODE CONSULTING LLC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 5,750.00 COLORADO DELTA MECHANICAL...MISC..................................... 50.52 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF.......Services and Other................ 48.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ...........................................................MISC................................ 2,213.39 COLORADO DOORWAYS.................Services and Other........... 1,188.00 COLORADO GOVTL ASSOC OF......Services and Other........... 2,750.00 COLORADO MEDICAL WASTE INC... Supplies................................. 568.00 COLORADO NATURAL GAS INC......Services and Other.............. 324.32 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 2,520.00 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 375.00 COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 280.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY....Services and Other.............. 300.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY....Supplies............................ 4,502.50 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION ...........................................................Services and Other........... 3,770.00 COMCAST..........................................Services and Other................ 10.62 COMITIS CRISIS CENTER................Services and Other......... 17,000.00 COMMUNITY SHARES OF COLORADO INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 150.00 CONTACT WIRELESS.......................Services and Other................ 28.25 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC.Services and Other....... 384,602.38 CREDIT SERVICE COMPANY INC......MISC........................................ 45.00 CREDIT SERVICES COMPANY INC....MISC........................................ 15.00 CREDITRON......................................Services and Other........... 5,641.80 CUSTOM ENVELOPE CORP............Services and Other........... 2,082.10 CUSTOMIZED TABS INC..................Services and Other.............. 650.00 CYLG PC............................................MISC..................................... 53.10 CYNTHIA R MCNAIR.........................Services and Other........... 2,132.50 DAIOHS USA.....................................Services and Other................ 43.00 DAIOHS USA.....................................Supplies............................... 291.95 DAN DWYER......................................Services and Other.................. 7.41 DANIELLE JOY TURNER..................MISC..................................... 15.00

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PAGE 26 | THE VILLAGER • April 12, 2018 — Continued from page 25 — DARCY KENNEDY.............................Services and Other................ 67.24 DATASPEC INC.................................Services and Other.............. 898.00 DATAWORKS PLUS LLC...................Services and Other......... 40,706.00 DAVID M SCHMIT..............................Services and Other................ 46.65 DAVID M WALLS................................Services and Other.............. 270.00 DAWN B HOLMES.............................Services and Other........... 4,200.00 DEANNE BENDER............................Supplies................................. 12.50 DEBBY JO HORNING........................Services and Other................ 13.08 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION....Services and Other........... 12,448.44 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION....Supplies.............................. 1,686.29 DELUXE SMALL BUSINESS SALES INC ...........................................................Supplies................................. 66.14 DENVER REGIONAL COUNCIL OF..Services and Other........... 2,000.00 DENVER WATER...............................Services and Other.............. 802.05 DEVIN BEAUBIEN.............................Services and Other.............. 148.19 DIAMOND DRUGS INC.....................Supplies............................... 594.54 DIEDRE ANN REGAN........................MISC..................................... 57.60 DISTINCTIVE THREADS, INC...........Supplies............................... 222.75 DOCTORS CARE...............................Services and Other......... 13,000.00 DODGE DATA & ANALYTICS LLC.....Services and Other.............. 142.10 DONALD KLEMME............................Services and Other.............. 508.65 DOUGLAS B KIEL..............................MISC................................... 606.46 DUANE FOX.......................................Services and Other.............. 371.20 DUNBAR BANKPAK INC...................Supplies................................. 90.50 E-470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 104.20 E470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 122.15 ED BOZARTH #1 PARK MEADOW CHEVY INC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 246.02 EHLERS & ASSOCIATES INC...........Services and Other......... 29,950.00 EL PASO COUNTY............................Services and Other........... 9,740.00 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................Services and Other........... 1,273.48 ELOISA ALTAMIRA.............................Services and Other................ 23.04 EMILY SPADA....................................Services and Other................ 93.03 EMILY SPADA....................................Supplies................................. 65.97 EMMA MCCARTY..............................Services and Other................ 14.17 EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICES INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 4,200.00 ENGLEWOOD LOCK AND SAFE INC ...........................................................Supplies................................. 48.75 ENGLEWOOD UTILITIES DEPARTMENT ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 792.34 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH ...........................................................Services and Other......... 49,300.00 EP BLAZER LLC................................Supplies............................... 867.06 ERGOMETRICS & APPLIED PERSONNEL ...........................................................Services and Other........... 4,589.79 ERIC A GREENE................................Services and Other.............. 256.00 ERIC DANIEL COCKRELL.................MISC................................... 360.00 EXPRESS TOLL.................................Services and Other................ 28.55 EZ MESSENGER...............................MISC..................................... 15.00 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS................Supplies............................... 582.00 FAISON OFFICE PRODUCTS INC....MISC..................................... 82.08 FAMILY FIRST....................................Services and Other......... 10,000.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY.........MISC................................ 8,836.86 FAMILY TREE....................................Services and Other......... 20,000.00 FARIS MACHINERY CO....................Supplies............................... 337.50 FASTENAL COMPANY......................Supplies................................. 42.41 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPORATION ...........................................................Supplies............................... 579.07 FEDEX...............................................Supplies................................... 8.97 FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG.....Services and Other......... 14,165.11 FLEET FUELING................................MISC.............................. 34,900.07 FOP LODGE 31..................................MISC.............................. 16,200.00 FOUR M ENTERPRISES...................Supplies................................. 27.50 FRANCY LAW FIRM PC....................MISC..................................... 30.00 G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (USA) INC ...........................................................Services and Other....... 191,770.60 GARRETT KURTT.............................Services and Other................ 90.00 GATEWAY BATTERED WOMENS SHELTER ...........................................................Services and Other......... 86,250.00 GENESIS 1:3 ELECTRIC LLC...........MISC................................... 270.00 GIRSH AND ROTTMAN PC...............MISC..................................... 15.00 GJKG INC...........................................Services and Other.............. 375.00 GLOBAL MOBILE LLC.......................Services and Other........... 3,500.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP...Supplies................................. 43.53 GOODLAND CONSTRUCTION INC.. MISC................................ 3,204.75 GRAINGER........................................Services and Other........... 2,658.43 GRAINGER........................................Supplies............................ 1,964.77 GRACE LAO......................................Services and Other.............. 200.00 HAAT FORCE SOUTH METRO LLC... Services and Other............. 7,500.00 HADDON MORGAN & FOREMAN PC ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 HARDWIRE LLC................................Supplies............................ 4,082.02 HARM P MUKOOZA...........................MISC..................................... 10.00 HARRY L SIMON PC.........................MISC..................................... 60.00 HAYLEY ANNE KANIPE.....................MISC..................................... 15.00 HEALTHONE CARENOW URGENT CARE LLC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,752.00 HERSHEY DECKER PLLC................Services and Other.............. 395.00 HIGHLANDS RANCH LAW ENFORCEMENT ...........................................................Services and Other....... 121,250.00 HILL ENTERPRISES INC..................Services and Other........... 1,164.50 HILL ENTERPRISES INC..................Supplies............................... 685.09 HINDMAN SANCHEZ PC...................MISC..................................... 90.00 HOBART CORPORATION.................Services and Other.............. 128.20 HOLLY HOOVER...............................Services and Other................ 72.67 HOLST BOETTCHER & TEHRANI LLP ...........................................................MISC................................... 119.11 HOLST, BOETTCHER & TEHRANI LLP ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 HONNEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY...Supplies................................. 70.78 HOWARD MARK BUCHALER...........Services and Other................ 45.00 I-70 SCOUT........................................Services and Other.............. 454.00 IL DEPT OF HEALTHCARE AND FAMILY SE ...........................................................MISC................................... 580.38 IMAGETECH SYSTEMS INC.............Services and Other........... 1,645.00 IMPRIVATA INC..................................Services and Other........... 5,497.92 INSIGHT AUTO GLASS.....................Services and Other........... 2,014.28 INSIGHT GLOBAL LLC......................Services and Other........... 1,018.50 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........Services and Other........... 4,564.07 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........Supplies............................... 315.83 INTEGRATED FAMILY COMMUNITY ...........................................................Services and Other......... 13,333.34 INTERLINE BRANDS INC..................MISC................................ 6,832.98 INTERNATIONAL CITY MANAGEMENT ...........................................................MISC............................ 210,356.72 INTOXIMETERS.................................MISC................................ 1,947.50 INVERNESS PROPERTIES LLC.......Services and Other.............. 488.00 IREA...................................................Services and Other........... 5,118.12 IRON MOUNTAIN RECORDS............Services and Other.............. 963.63 ISIS QUESADA..................................Services and Other................ 42.73 INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK & SUPPLY CO ...........................................................Services and Other................ 34.86 JAMES ASHANTI COOPER..............MISC..................................... 15.00 JAMES G ANDERSON PC................MISC..................................... 30.00 JAMES M STEELE/PETTY CASH.....Services and Other................ 31.43 JAMES M STEELE/PETTY CASH.....Supplies................................. 16.00 JAMIE B WOLLMAN..........................Services and Other.............. 100.00 JANE F RIECK...................................Services and Other.............. 210.00 JANET AMAYA-GALVAN....................MISC..................................... 15.00 JANEWAY LAW FIRM PC..................MISC..................................... 25.00 JEAN WALTON..................................Services and Other................ 35.97 JEFF HIMES.......................................Services and Other.............. 587.60 JEFFREY DOUGHTY.........................MISC..................................... 64.10 JENNIFER MORRELL........................Services and Other.............. 160.00 JENNIFER ROYLANCE.....................Services and Other................ 19.95 JENNIPHER ALEXANDER................MISC................................... 350.76 JEREMY MANNING...........................Services and Other................ 71.12 JESSE ARMSTRONG........................Services and Other................ 40.00 JESSICA JITUBOH OKEOWO...........MISC..................................... 15.00 JESSIE BARNES...............................MISC..................................... 15.00 JESZENIA M VILLALOBOS...............MISC..................................... 15.00 JIM HOGG COUNTY..........................MISC..................................... 48.00 JING WANG.......................................MISC..................................... 15.00 JOHN D KNIGHT................................Services and Other.............. 192.00 JOHN D. CARVER, M.D.....................Services and Other........... 3,100.00 JOHN F DOUGHERTY PE.................Services and Other................ 30.00 JOHN JUDGE.....................................Services and Other................ 27.14 JOHN L GRIMES................................Services and Other........... 1,350.00 JON WHITING....................................Services and Other.............. 172.80 JONATHAN VRABEC.........................Services and Other.............. 530.08 JONATHAN VRABEC.........................Supplies................................. 36.70 JOY BAUER.......................................Services and Other................ 14.27 JOY BAUER.......................................Supplies................................. 17.00 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A........MISC............................ 605,167.88 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A........Services and Other......... 90,412.49 JUSTICE AND MERCY LEAGAL AID CLINIC ...........................................................Services and Other......... 15,000.00 KANDIYOHI COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 KAREN MENA....................................MISC..................................... 15.00

LEGALS KAREN THOMPSEN..........................Services and Other................ 26.98 KARI DAWN KRISTENSEN...............MISC..................................... 15.00 KARI MOORE.....................................MISC..................................... 15.00 KATHRYN LATSIS.............................Services and Other.............. 200.00 KEITH FUCHSER...............................Services and Other.............. 112.29 KEVIN F MARTIN...............................MISC..................................... 15.00 KEVIN HEATON.................................Services and Other.............. 256.00 KHANH PHAM....................................Services and Other.............. 137.89 KIMBERLY TURNER & ASSOCIATES ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 KING SOOPERS................................Supplies............................ 2,300.00 KIOWA CO DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 KRISTI GERHARDT...........................Services and Other................ 10.90 KUBL GROUP LLC............................Services and Other........... 8,162.50 KUMAR & ASSOCIATES INC............Services and Other........... 6,737.23 KYLE ANKERMAN.............................MISC..................................... 25.00 L & N SUPPLY COMPANY INC..........Supplies................................. 52.68 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES...........Services and Other.............. 284.05 LAUREN THOMAS.............................Services and Other................ 49.32 LAVI INDUSTRIES.............................Services and Other......... 41,669.99 LAW OFFICE OF BRANDON R CEGLIA ...........................................................MISC..................................... 62.10 LAW OFFICE OF FRANK J BALL......MISC..................................... 15.00 LAW OFFICE OF WYN T TAYLOR....MISC................................... 618.59 LAZ PARKING....................................Services and Other.............. 429.00 LD BROWN PC..................................MISC..................................... 63.10 LE ARGUELLO...................................MISC................................... 365.52 LEE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 LEGAL AID OF WESTERN MISSOURI ...........................................................MISC..................................... 16.00 LESLIE G PERKINS...........................MISC..................................... 61.60 LESLIE JENNERS-STOLTZ...............Services and Other.................. 9.70 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS.......Supplies............................... 300.00 LINX MULTIMEDIA LLLP...................Services and Other......... 13,996.69 LISA J REIFF......................................MISC..................................... 25.00 LKELSEY MARIE YOUNG.................MISC..................................... 15.00 LOREN KOHLER...............................Services and Other................ 23.90 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES....Supplies................................. 113.28 LUCAS GREEN..................................Services and Other................ 58.04 MACHOL & JOHANNES....................MISC................................... 105.00 MAIL MASTERS OF COLORADO INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 7,051.33 MARK A LEACHMAN PC...................MISC................................... 120.00 MARK BRUMMEL..............................Services and Other.............. 200.00 MARK FRANZEN...............................MISC..................................... 15.00 MARK W KROLL................................Services and Other........... 4,800.00 MARY COMBS...................................Supplies............................... 122.54 MARY VANDEROEF..........................Services and Other.............. 214.73 MATHESON TRI-GAS INC.................Supplies............................... 243.97 MATHESON TRIGAS INC..................Supplies............................... 735.56 MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 2,264.00 MCGEE COMPANY...........................Supplies................................. 41.54 MECCA HUGHEY..............................Services and Other................ 45.00 MEGAN ELIZABETH QUINN.............Services and Other........... 6,300.00 METRO CRISIS SERVICES INC.......Services and Other......... 17,100.00 MICHAEL AXINN................................Services and Other.............. 134.94 MICHAEL B LEVY LLC......................MISC................................... 157.17 MICHAEL J HUBBARD......................Services and Other................ 10.94 MICHAEL MANSON...........................Services and Other.............. 205.14 MICHELLE FLORMAN.......................MISC................................... 437.85 MICOLE HERR...................................Services and Other................ 54.50 MICROSOFT CORPORATION..........Services and Other......... 25,788.00 MIDLAND FUNDING LLC..................MISC..................................... 30.00 MIKE REED........................................Services and Other.............. 171.10 MIKE WALLACE.................................Services and Other.............. 153.40 MILDRED G TENNER........................MISC..................................... 15.00 MILE HIGH COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM ...........................................................Services and Other......... 39,150.00 MILE HIGH SHOOTING ACCESSORIES ...........................................................Supplies.......................... 10,745.00 MILLER COHEN PETERSON YOUNG PC ...........................................................MISC................................... 125.00 MOELLER GRAF PC.........................MISC................................... 171.42 MOHAWK RESOURCES LTD............Supplies............................ 7,287.02 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS.................Services and Other........... 7,240.57 MOUNTAIN WEST LAW GROUP PC... MISC......................................... 12.00 MYERS TIRE SUPPLY CO................Supplies............................... 779.00 NANCY DAVIS...................................MISC..................................... 15.00 NANCY N SHARPE............................Services and Other.............. 135.81 NAPA AUTO PARTS...........................Supplies............................ 1,371.69 NATIONWIDE AUTO PARTS.............Supplies............................... 160.13 NELSON & KENNARD ATTORNEYS AT LAW ...........................................................MISC................................ 1,829.22 NELSON TRUMBULL........................Services and Other.............. 228.08 NETWORK CLAIMS REDUCTION TECH LLC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 450.00 NTHERM LLC.....................................Services and Other......... 15,740.25 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 766.00 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ...........................................................Supplies................................. 94.00 PARKER TRAILER SERVICE INC.....Supplies................................. 23.98 PATRICK HERNANDEZ.....................Services and Other.............. 268.80 PATRICK WACHIRA KIHARA.............MISC..................................... 15.00 PATTON & DAVISON LLC..................MISC................................... 118.64 PAUL ROSENBERG..........................Services and Other.............. 100.00 PAYLOGIX LLC..................................MISC.............................. 28,914.17 PCMG INC..........................................Supplies............................... 389.24 PDM STEEL SERVICE CENTERS INC...........................................................Supplies............................... 732.42 PEDRO VILLAGOMEZ.......................MISC..................................... 25.00 PERMIT SERVICES INC....................MISC................................... 141.40 PETERSEN LEYBAS RUBBER STAMP ...........................................................Supplies............................... 238.56 PHIL LOPEZ.......................................Supplies............................... 177.07 PHILIP KLASS PC..............................MISC................................... 680.10 PITNEY BOWES INC.........................Supplies............................ 4,462.52 POCKET PRESS, INC.......................Supplies............................... 486.81 POSTMASTER LITTLETON..............Supplies............................ 1,210.00 POTESTIO BROTHERS....................Supplies............................ 1,802.96 PRESSTEK INC.................................Services and Other........... 3,575.18 PRIORITY RESTORATION INC.........MISC..................................... 10.00 PRIORTITY RESTORATION INC.......MISC..................................... 15.00 PROFESSIONAL FINANCE COMPANY INC ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 PROFESSIONAL PROCESS SERVERS LLC ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 PROFESSIONAL SIGN LANGUAGE....Services and Other................ 248.00 PROFORCE MARKETING INC..........Supplies.......................... 26,743.79 PROMANTEK INC..............................Services and Other......... 14,157.60 PROSCI INC.......................................Services and Other........... 1,371.32 PROSPECT PLUMBING LLC............MISC..................................... 38.32 PROVEST LITIGATION SERVICES..MISC..................................... 45.00 PROVEST LLC...................................MISC..................................... 15.00 PURE CYCLE CORPORATION.........Services and Other.............. 136.12 QUICKSILVER EXPRESS COURIER ...........................................................Supplies............................... 123.87 RANDALL S MILLER..........................Services and Other.............. 100.00 RC PRECISION INSTALLATIONS INC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 325.00 REBECCA MCAVOY..........................Services and Other................ 15.10 REBECCA TAYLOR...........................Services and Other................ 50.00 RED WING SHOE STORE.................Supplies............................... 374.71 REGIONAL AIR QUALITY COUNCIL....Services and Other........... 10,000.00 RICHARD D WILLIAMS.....................Services and Other.............. 600.00 RICHARD RADER..............................Services and Other.............. 100.00 RICHARD T SALL..............................Services and Other.............. 100.00 ROADHOG INC..................................Supplies............................ 4,232.21 ROBERT BAKER...............................Services and Other................ 72.49 ROBERT C DECKER JR....................Services and Other.............. 150.31 ROBERT NICHOLAS RIGGINS.........MISC..................................... 15.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ...........................................................Services and Other........... 4,677.90 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ...........................................................Supplies............................... 847.02 ROGELIO RAYA GONZALEZ.............MISC..................................... 15.00 RONALD A JONES............................MISC..................................... 15.00 ROSA CORPORATION......................Services and Other.............. 254.40 ROYAL CUP INC................................Supplies............................ 1,035.16 RUBIE M FARRBURDEN...................MISC..................................... 15.00 RUNYAN LEGAL SERVICES.............MISC..................................... 25.00 RYAN TURBYFILL..............................Services and Other................ 40.00 RYDERS PUBLIC SAFETY LLC........Supplies............................ 6,496.80 SAFE-CHECKS..................................Supplies............................ 1,166.61 SANGHOON LEE...............................MISC..................................... 15.00 SCOTT CLARK..................................Services and Other................ 89.82 SCOTT EDDY....................................MISC..................................... 10.00 SECURITY CENTRAL INC................Services and Other.............. 159.00 SHANNON HOLMAN.........................MISC..................................... 15.00 SHAYLEN FLOREZ............................Services and Other.............. 191.72 SHELO LLC........................................Services and Other................ 89.60 SHERWIN WILLIAMS........................Supplies............................ 1,239.70

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SHERYL C GILLIS.............................Services and Other.............. 100.00 SHRED-IT USA..................................Services and Other.............. 250.66 SHRED-IT USA LLC...........................Services and Other................ 56.20 SOLOMON K A OWUSU....................MISC..................................... 15.00 SORENSON VAN LEUVEN PLLC.....MISC..................................... 15.00 SORENSON VANLEUVEN PLLC......MISC....................................... 7.00 SOUTHLAND MEDICAL LLC.............Supplies............................ 1,034.69 SPECIALIZED ATTORNEY SERVICES ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 SPOK INC..........................................Services and Other.............. 400.78 SPRINGMAN BRADEN WILSON.......MISC................................... 344.00 STACY HINES....................................Services and Other................ 25.29 STANARD & ASSOCIATES INC........Services and Other........... 1,852.97 STATE OF COLORADO.....................Services and Other......... 13,008.80 STATEWIDE INTERNET PORTAL AUTHORITY ...........................................................Services and Other......... 31,984.52 STEELOCK CORPORATION.............Services and Other.............. 861.79 STELLAR ENERGY CONTRACTORS ...........................................................MISC................................... 288.35 STEPHANIE GROSSMAN-HINKEDIKER ...........................................................MISC................................... 341.12 STERICYCLE INC..............................Supplies............................ 2,553.52 STEVENS LITTMAN BIDDISON THARP & ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 STEWART & STEVENSON LLC........Supplies............................... 359.49 SUNGARD AVAILABILITY SERVICES LP ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,564.82 SUPER VACUUM MANUFACTURING CO INC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 205.78 SUSAN R SANDSTROM....................Services and Other................ 25.00 SUZETTE BENNETT.........................Services and Other.............. 171.10 T-MOBILE...........................................Services and Other................ 59.50 TASHA BOWERS...............................Services and Other................ 18.53 TAYLOR MCKINNEY..........................Services and Other.............. 199.36 TERESA MARLOWE..........................Services and Other................ 97.80 TERESA MARLOWE..........................Supplies................................. 47.00 TG TECHNICAL SERVICES..............Supplies............................... 696.00 THE GARAGE DOCTOR LLC............Supplies............................... 250.00 THE KEMPE FOUNDATION FOR THE ...........................................................Services and Other......... 10,000.00 THE KNOLLS HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 THE MEDICAL CENTER OF AURORA ...........................................................Supplies............................... 328.75 THE MOORE LAW GROUP APC.......MISC................................... 105.00 THE VILLAGER LEAGALS................Services and Other................ 21.06 THERESA JOHNSON........................Services and Other................ 12.54 THINK VIDEO.....................................Services and Other................ 88.00 THOMAS MARTINEZ.........................MISC..................................... 52.00 TIFFANIE BLEAU...............................Services and Other................ 28.78 TIM ASTON........................................Services and Other.............. 253.08 TIMOTHY RICHARD HARTWIG........Services and Other................ 30.00 TIMOTHY WESTPHAL.......................Services and Other................ 51.12 TODD COMPANIES INC....................Services and Other.............. 720.00 TODD LIVA.........................................MISC..................................... 15.00 TODD MONTGOMERY......................Supplies............................... 500.00 TODD WEAVER.................................Services and Other.............. 764.06 TOM FINLEY......................................Services and Other.............. 102.00 TOWN OF DEER TRAIL.....................Services and Other................ 75.93 TRANS UNION...................................Services and Other.............. 424.32 TRANSLEASE INC............................MISC..................................... 25.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ...........................................................Community Programs..... 32,359.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ...........................................................Services and Other....... 374,418.25 TRICIA WESTFALL............................Services and Other.............. 514.05 TRUDI PEEPGRASS.........................Services and Other................ 94.83 TSCHETTER HAMRICK SULZER PC ...........................................................MISC................................ 9,517.00 TT HOLDINGS LLC............................Services and Other........... 1,825.00 U.S. IDENTIFICATION MANUAL.......Supplies............................... 209.40 ULINE INC..........................................Supplies............................... 383.82 UMB....................................................Services and Other....... 270,942.47 UNC FOUNDATION / EAST COLORADO SBDC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 5,000.00 UNITED REPROGRAPHICS..............Services and Other.............. 558.53 UNITED REPROGRAPHICS..............Supplies............................... 720.00 UNIVERSAL INFORMATION SERVICES INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 512.25 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION... MISC...................................... 783.78 US HEALTHWORKS PROVIDER NETWORK ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 162.00 UTILITY NOTIFICATION CENTER OF ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 419.05 VAIL FOTHERINGHAM LLP...............MISC................................... 202.23 VALLEJO CC LLC..............................Services and Other......... 33,955.75 VARGO & JANSON PC......................MISC..................................... 15.00 VARIDESK LLC..................................Supplies............................... 495.00 VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY.....Supplies............................... 811.04 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other......... 34,016.40 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Supplies............................... 226.99 VICTOR BLATZER.............................Services and Other................ 18.53 VICTORIA GALLEGOS......................Services and Other................ 64.94 VICTORIA GALLEGOS/PETTY CASH ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 126.00 VICTORIA GALLEGOS/PETTY CASH ...........................................................Supplies................................. 20.00 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP....Services and Other........... 2,865.06 VINCENT S LINE...............................Services and Other.............. 106.20 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC.............................. 16,408.71 VISION SOLUTIONS.........................Services and Other........... 6,790.52 VISTA FD LLC....................................Supplies............................ 4,092.92 WAKEFIELD & ASSOCIATES INC.....MISC..................................... 30.00 WAKEFIELD AND ASSOCIATES INC ...........................................................MISC..................................... 60.00 WARGO & JANSON PC.....................MISC..................................... 10.00 WASHINGTON STATE SUPPORT REGISTRY ...........................................................MISC..................................... 46.14 WASTE MGMT OF COLORADO.......Services and Other........... 7,156.04 WATCHGUARD VIDEO......................Supplies............................... 162.00 WAXIE SANITARY SUPPLY...............MISC................................... 459.86 WAXIES ENTERPRISES INC............MISC................................... 461.55 WELLS FARGO MERCHANT SERVICES LLC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 400.17 WESTERN CONTROL SERVICES INC ...........................................................MISC..................................... 30.00 WESTERN LAW GROUP LLC...........MISC................................... 182.48 WESTERN WELCOME WEEK INC...Services and Other........... 1,500.00 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC..............Services and Other.............. 143.00 WINZENBURG LEFF PURVIS & PAYNE ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 WINZENBURG LEFF PURVIS & PAYNE LLP ...........................................................MISC................................... 181.20 WIZBANG SOLUTIONS INC..............Services and Other........... 1,143.75 WL CONTRACTORS INC..................Services and Other........... 2,698.05 WRITER MOTT..................................Services and Other.............. 372.51 WYOMING DEPT OF FAMILY SERVICES ...........................................................MISC..................................... 15.00 XCEL ENERGY..................................Services and Other....... 106,216.92 XEROX CORPORATION...................Services and Other......... 20,452.12 FUND REPORT - 11 Social Services 18TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT................Services and Other........... 4,224.32 22ND CENTURY STAFFING INC......Services and Other......... 11,798.58 2300 WELTON LLC............................Community Programs....... 1,729.03 5280 CREMATION AND FUNERAL SERVICE ...........................................................Community Programs....... 1,000.00 A2M4SEEN LLP.................................Services and Other........... 1,676.95 ABIGAIL MYERS................................Services and Other................ 68.40 ABIGAIL RAMSAUER........................Services and Other.............. 325.47 ADAMS COUNTY...............................MISC..................................... 20.00 ADAMS COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ...........................................................Services and Other................ 65.00 ADRIANE HACKETT..........................Services and Other.............. 134.73

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LEGALS — Continued from page 26 — ADVANCED NETWORK MANAGEMENT INC ...........................................................MISC................................ 2,932.64 ADVANTAGE AURORA CHASE MORT. ...........................................................Community Programs....... 1,000.00 ALBA PABON BA................................Services and Other................ 42.19 ALEAH K BUCCELLI..........................Services and Other................ 48.12 ALEXANDRA EGGLESTON...............Services and Other................ 14.55 ALEXANDRIA AMICK.........................Services and Other................ 33.63 ALLICIA HALEY..................................Services and Other................ 69.81 ALTOS REALTY ADVISORS INC.......Community Programs....... 1,950.00 AMANDA LUETH...............................Services and Other.............. 441.28 AMBER LATHAM...............................Services and Other.................. 3.75 AMBER VERZOSA.............................Services and Other.............. 412.34 AMI GARRY AND LUCILE GALE.......Community Programs.......... 200.00 AMY GOLDBERG..............................Community Programs............ 11.12 AMY GOLDBERG..............................Services and Other................ 26.44 AMY SAUER......................................Services and Other................ 17.99 ANA BERNAL.....................................MISC..................................... 20.00 ANDREW ACREE..............................Services and Other................ 90.09 ANGELA LYTLE.................................Services and Other.............. 212.82 ANNALIES AND JIMMY VALVERDE...Community Programs............ 200.00 APOLLO FUNERAL & CREMATION SERVICES ...........................................................Community Programs....... 1,000.00 APRIL M CARTER.............................Community Programs.......... 838.91 APRIL SEE.........................................Services and Other................ 38.86 ARAPAHOE COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 167.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY EARLY CHILDHOOD ...........................................................Community Programs..... 69,067.24 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #6 ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 185.00 ARAPAHOE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER INC ...........................................................Community Programs..... 11,700.00 ARAPAHOE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 300.00 ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS WORKS.......Community Programs... 154,478.86 ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH ...........................................................Services and Other................ 12.00 ARMSTRONG RELOCATION COMPANY ...........................................................Capital Outlay................... 6,418.75 ASHLEIGH SHELDON.......................Community Programs............ 54.84 ASHLEIGH SHELDON.......................Services and Other.............. 391.14 ASHLEY FRANKEL............................Services and Other................ 95.82 ASHLEY SCHWIEGER......................Services and Other................ 76.95 ASHLEY WUNDERLE........................Services and Other.............. 240.24 AT&T...................................................Services and Other........... 2,352.00 AUNDREA SWOPE............................MISC................................... 126.93 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH..............Services and Other........... 2,510.66 B I INCORPORATED.........................Services and Other........... 8,596.00 BAYAUD ENTERPRISES INC............Services and Other.............. 360.00 BOLIVAR COUNTY SHERIFF............Services and Other................ 35.00 BPG CHESTER LLC..........................Community Programs.......... 700.00 BREIT TA MF VENTURE LLC............Community Programs.......... 557.00 BRETT PARVIN..................................Services and Other.............. 945.00 BRIAN ROBILLARD...........................Services and Other.............. 386.30 BRITANY S FEATHERS.....................Services and Other.............. 411.42 BRITTANY GALLANT.........................Services and Other.............. 441.07 BRITTANY HOOSER.........................Services and Other.............. 807.14 BRITTANY SIEVERS.........................Services and Other................ 93.69 BULLOCK MORTUARY.....................Community Programs....... 1,000.00 CAITLIN KINGSBURY........................Services and Other................ 87.24 CAITLIN SANDEN..............................Services and Other.............. 347.06 CARALYN HOFER.............................Services and Other.............. 357.14 CARI OLSEN......................................Services and Other................ 44.73 CARLITA TRUJILLO...........................MISC..................................... 20.00 CARRIE BALOW................................Services and Other.............. 167.37 CASSANDRA MAYBER....................Services and Other.............. 259.74 CDW GOVERNMENT........................Supplies.......................... 16,025.78 CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS ...........................................................Services and Other................ 23.00 CENTER FOR WORK EDUCATION AND ...........................................................Community Programs... 225,051.29 CERTIFIED BUSINESS SERVICES INC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 615.94 CESCO LINGUISTIC SERVICES INC ...........................................................Community Programs....... 1,262.09 CHAD C CERINICH...........................Services and Other.............. 933.75 CHELSEA SWEENEY........................Services and Other.............. 331.86 CHERYL CURTIS...............................Services and Other................ 28.39 CHERYL TERNES..............................Services and Other................ 76.84 CHRISTEN MASON...........................Services and Other................ 13.90 CHRISTINE BLACK...........................Community Programs.......... 292.80 CHRISTINE SCHLOFFMAN..............Community Programs.......... 200.00 CHRISTINE YAEKLE.........................Services and Other.............. 150.31 CHRISTOPHER PIEPER...................Services and Other.............. 421.23 CHRISTOPHER W YARBOROUGH..Services and Other.............. 472.50 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER.....Community Programs....... 1,149.18 CLERK OF THE US BANKRUPTCY COURT ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 350.00 COLLEEN HAYES..............................Services and Other................ 31.12 COLORADO BUREAU INVESTIGATION ...........................................................Services and Other........... 5,198.50 COLORADO COUNTIES, INC...........Services and Other.............. 350.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ...........................................................MISC................................... 764.07 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 175.00 COLORADO STATE ARCHIVES........Services and Other.............. 540.00 COMITIS CRISIS CENTER................Community Programs..... 49,560.00 COMPASS GROUP USA, INC...........Community Programs............ 10.00 CONTACT WIRELESS.......................Services and Other........... 1,264.67 CORPORATE TRANSLATION SERVICES INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,034.74 CS ADVOCARE INC..........................Community Programs.......... 556.35 CYNTHIA DUNBAR............................Services and Other.............. 146.06 CYNTHIA OBRION.............................Community Programs............ 36.58 DAIOHS USA.....................................Supplies............................... 650.00 DANIEL MARTINEZ JR......................Services and Other.............. 314.41 DANIELLE WAAGMEESTER.............Services and Other.............. 105.03 DAPHNE D’SPAIN..............................MISC..................................... 40.00 DARCI RODECAP..............................Services and Other.............. 188.90 DAVID CONRAD................................Services and Other.............. 240.00 DAWN GOODMAN.............................Services and Other................ 17.55 DAWNA ROBERTS............................Services and Other................ 70.85 DEBORAH DRURY............................Services and Other.............. 108.89 DELMY ACOSTA................................Services and Other.............. 113.36 DENISE ROBINSON..........................Services and Other.............. 205.25 DENVER SHERIFF DEPARTMENT...Services and Other.............. 179.00 DERRICK PRICE OF Q.F.P...............Community Programs.......... 975.00 DKL VENTURES LLC........................Community Programs....... 1,143.76 DONOVAN WEBB..............................Services and Other.............. 191.70 DOUGLAS COUNTY DEPT OF HUMAN ...........................................................MISC..................................... 20.00 DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFFS.......Services and Other................ 82.00 DUNGARVIN COLORADO LLC.........Community Programs....... 6,827.52 EASTERN REGIONAL INTERSTATE CHILD ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,140.00 ELAINE CASTILLO............................Services and Other................ 99.41 ELIZABETH AZNAR...........................Services and Other.............. 220.99 EMILY BRETTMANN..........................Services and Other.............. 372.22 ERICA LIPNER BERNSTEIN.............Services and Other.............. 446.04 ERIKA SORENSON...........................Services and Other.............. 157.02 ERIKA SORENSON...........................Supplies................................. 20.40 ERIN COLOROSO.............................Services and Other................ 75.84 EVELYN EGAN..................................Services and Other................ 36.52 FAMILIES FIRST................................Community Programs.......... 540.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY.........MISC................................ 1,201.52 FAMILY TREE....................................Community Programs..... 48,680.00 FELIX MOORE...................................Services and Other................ 99.74 FITZ ON 14TH LLC............................Community Programs.......... 700.00 FOUR M ENTERPRISES...................Supplies................................. 28.50 GAIL COLLINS...................................MISC..................................... 20.00 GLORIA EGAN...................................Services and Other................ 99.19 HANNAH SHIER................................Services and Other.............. 222.55 HEATHER MORGAN.........................Services and Other................ 12.75 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........Supplies............................... 629.99 INTERGROUP INC............................Capital Outlay................... 5,935.25 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE.......MISC................................... 150.00 JACQUELYN GABEL.........................Community Programs.............. 3.95 JACQUELYN GABEL.........................Services and Other.............. 251.50 JAMIE LA POINT................................Community Programs............ 51.28 JEFFERSON COUNTY DEPT OF HUMAN ...........................................................MISC..................................... 20.00 JEFFERSON COUNTY DEPT OFSOCIAL SVCS ...........................................................Community Programs..... 13,693.98 JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFFS...Services and Other................ 39.00 JEFFREY KEY...................................Services and Other.............. 350.39 JENNA ROSSMAN.............................Services and Other.............. 372.45 JENNIFER MARINE...........................Services and Other................ 22.18 JENNIFER WORD..............................Community Programs.......... 136.70 JENNIFER WORD..............................Services and Other.............. 478.57 JESSE BOBIAN.................................Services and Other................ 63.54 JESSICA L FREEMAN.......................Services and Other.............. 204.98

JESSICA WILLIAMS..........................Services and Other.............. 159.91 JODI GULLEY....................................Services and Other................ 57.66 JODI MONTGOMERY-MAPLES........Services and Other................ 45.78 JOHN COYNER.................................Services and Other................ 96.25 JOHN DRULIS....................................Services and Other.............. 833.31 JOHNATHAN HARRIS.......................Services and Other................ 96.00 JOLETA GATTON...............................Services and Other.............. 190.37 JORDAN M MCGINNIS......................Services and Other.............. 355.56 JOSEPH BORREGO..........................Services and Other................ 95.04 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A........Services and Other................ 68.87 JUAN WILLIAMS................................MISC..................................... 20.00 JUANIKA BARNETT...........................Services and Other................ 92.05 JULIE SCHILLING..............................Services and Other.............. 307.60 KAITLIN LAWVER..............................Services and Other.............. 469.69 KARI SALES......................................Services and Other.............. 284.50 KARLA KELLY....................................Community Programs............ 18.05 KARLA KELLY....................................Services and Other.............. 823.71 KARNCHANA SIRIPORNPERMSAK... Services and Other.................. 34.88 KARRIE KAUFMAN............................Services and Other................ 36.08 KATHERINE FOSTER........................Services and Other................ 77.17 KATHERINE SMITH...........................Services and Other.............. 168.02 KATHLEEN STAFFORD.....................Services and Other................ 19.35 KATIE WILSON..................................Services and Other.............. 289.66 KATRIONA MORTIMORE..................Services and Other.............. 308.87 KELLIE HODGSON............................Community Programs.......... 200.00 KIMBERLY K KOCH...........................Services and Other.............. 118.32 KIMBERLY PINE................................Community Programs............ 13.70 KIMBERLY PINE................................Services and Other.............. 510.78 KIMBERLY RASH...............................Services and Other................ 21.53 KINGS COUNTY SHERIFF’S CIVIL..... Services and Other.................. 40.00 KIRSTEN LEIF...................................Services and Other.............. 143.13 KLAUS P LANDAU.............................Community Programs....... 5,692.60 KRISTI ERICKSON............................Services and Other.............. 190.00 KRISTIN DAVIS..................................Services and Other.............. 376.32 KRISTINE WALLEN...........................MISC..................................... 20.00 LACEY SEARLES..............................Community Programs....... 3,582.20 LARANE GARY..................................Services and Other.............. 101.81 LAURA PATTERSON.........................Services and Other.............. 273.18 LEAH TURNER..................................Services and Other................ 73.46 LEBA HIRSCH....................................Services and Other.............. 733.14 LELAND HUTTNER...........................Community Programs.......... 975.00 LEVI DAVID HUFFINE.......................Services and Other.............. 472.50 LEXIS NEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 507.10 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS.......Services and Other.............. 478.50 LINDSEY WARNE..............................Services and Other.............. 228.64 LINX MULTIMEDIA LLLP...................Capital Outlay................. 19,261.90 LISA COVINGTON.............................Services and Other................ 79.03 LISA KOLLER.....................................Services and Other................ 40.29 LORETTA A MCGILL..........................Services and Other................ 67.53 LUIS A MARTINEZ.............................Services and Other................ 90.00 LYNN GREY.......................................Services and Other................ 29.76 LYNN MARIE GODDARD..................Community Programs.......... 487.48 MACHOL & JOHANNES....................MISC................................... 681.24 MAE MOORHEAD..............................Services and Other................ 91.40 MARCIAL J DELGADO JR.................Community Programs.......... 271.10 MARGARET GOETTGE.....................Services and Other.............. 497.16 MARIA LOUIS....................................Services and Other.............. 405.75 MARIANN TORRENCE......................Community Programs.......... 220.87 MARIANN TORRENCE......................Services and Other........... 1,050.70 MARIBEL SMITH................................Services and Other.............. 106.77 MARIKA QUINN.................................Services and Other.............. 372.23 MARISSA GIBBINS............................Services and Other.............. 772.37 MARK L RONAN................................Services and Other.............. 675.00 MARLENE PALOMINO......................Services and Other................ 40.22 MARY LEEDS....................................Services and Other.............. 262.44 MARY LEMA.......................................Services and Other.............. 135.59 MEGAN’S PLACE LLC.......................Community Programs....... 2,400.00 MEGHAN LOFTUS.............................Services and Other................ 75.78 MEGHAN SLAVIN..............................Services and Other.............. 669.20 MELADIE CLOPTON.........................Services and Other.............. 452.71 MELISSA JANISZEWSKI...................Services and Other................ 41.15 MELVA MENEFIELD..........................Services and Other................ 47.42 MELVIN PRICE..................................Community Programs............ 10.00 MICHAEL DEGRETTO.......................Services and Other................ 89.06 MICHAEL ROSSI...............................Services and Other.................. 4.25 MICHELLE DOSSEY..........................Services and Other................ 72.90 MORIAH CAMPBELL.........................Services and Other.............. 141.53 NANCY OWENS................................Services and Other................ 75.21 NANCY REGALADO..........................Community Programs.......... 300.00 NATALIE CORONADO.......................Services and Other.............. 235.49 NATHANIEL WINEGAR.....................Community Programs.......... 108.00 NEFF CANDELA................................MISC..................................... 20.00 NICHOLE BERRIEAULT....................Services and Other................ 27.03 NIJEONG PARK BANG......................Community Programs.......... 660.00 NOEMI BORJON................................Services and Other................ 55.59 NOHEMI BURCIAGA.........................Services and Other.............. 108.19 NORA CLAIRE KUNZMANN..............Services and Other.............. 312.77 OREGON DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ...........................................................MISC................................... 285.78 PAMELA ALCANTARA.......................Services and Other.............. 185.62 PAMELA AND ROBERT ZIMMERMAN ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 200.00 PAMELA YANETT...............................Services and Other.............. 116.52 PAUL K RANEY.................................Services and Other................ 60.00 PAX MOULTRIE.................................Services and Other.............. 124.14 PHIANGCHIT MUTZBAUER..............Services and Other.............. 586.31 PIECE OF HEAVEN FUNERAL.........Community Programs....... 1,000.00 PITNEY BOWES................................Supplies.......................... 10,351.86 POWERS CIRCLE APARTMENTS LLLP ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 374.00 PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY OF COLORADO ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 500.00 PURPLE COMMUNICATIONS...........Community Programs.......... 174.00 RACHAEL RYAN................................Services and Other................ 84.26 RACHEL ANNE NUNEZ.....................Services and Other.............. 472.50 RACHEL JORDAN.............................MISC..................................... 20.00 RANDA ALSHAMI..............................Services and Other................ 23.98 RANDELL THIGPEN..........................Services and Other.............. 323.83 REBECCA MAYBURY........................Services and Other.............. 266.23 REBECCA WILSON...........................Services and Other.............. 235.06 ROBBIN BOE.....................................Services and Other.................. 8.12 ROBERT ALAN JACKSON................Services and Other.............. 922.50 ROBERT PREVOST..........................Services and Other.............. 388.21 ROBERTA PAYAN..............................Services and Other................ 44.59 ROBIN ARAGON................................Services and Other................ 51.01 ROBIN NICETA..................................Services and Other........... 1,391.92 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHILDREN’S LAW ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 621.70 ROLANDA NIX...................................Services and Other................ 14.06 RUSTE ROSE ASSISTED LIVING LLC ...........................................................Community Programs....... 8,400.00 SABRINA MONTOYA.........................Services and Other................ 96.00 SAFIYA SULLIVAN.............................Services and Other................ 38.37 SALVATORE L FAZIO JR...................Services and Other.............. 945.00 SAMANTHA BURNISON....................Services and Other................ 10.00 SAMANTHA LEACH...........................Services and Other................ 34.99 SARAH WOLF....................................Services and Other.............. 406.54 SCOTTY DAY.....................................Services and Other.............. 278.44 SHANNON BEATTY...........................Services and Other.............. 152.27 SHAWNA HAYDEN SHAFFER..........Services and Other.............. 122.51 SHERONNABAH HARVEY................Services and Other.............. 436.14 SHILOH HOUSE................................Community Programs..... 56,936.96 SHILOH HOUSE................................Services and Other.............. 660.00 SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 132.00 SPRINT..............................................Services and Other................ 90.00 STACI CALLAWAY.............................Services and Other.............. 167.42 STACIA GIMM....................................MISC....................................... 5.00 STACIE BEAVER...............................Services and Other.............. 257.51 STEPHANIE GREER.........................Services and Other.............. 248.19 STEVEN NASH..................................Services and Other................ 31.23 SUSAN ADAMCZYK..........................Services and Other.............. 166.07 SUZANNA DOBBINS.........................Services and Other................ 59.08 SUZANNE HEDICAN.........................Services and Other................ 39.24 T-MOBILE USA INC...........................Services and Other.............. 255.00 TAG APARTMENTS LLC....................Community Programs.......... 700.00 TAMRA WHITE...................................Services and Other.............. 144.87 TARA GAHERIN.................................Services and Other.............. 119.85 TARA SAULIBIO.................................Services and Other................ 11.01 TAYLOR FUNERAL AND CREMATION ...........................................................Community Programs....... 1,000.00 TCUA MINDY HEU.............................Services and Other.............. 439.82 TECSOLARC LLC..............................Services and Other........... 5,000.00 THADDAEUS WASHINGTON............Services and Other.............. 416.22 THE ADOPTION EXCHANGE INC....Community Programs....... 1,653.00 THOMAS A GRAHAM JR...................Services and Other........... 1,890.00 THOMAS RAMIREZ...........................Community Programs............ 80.00 TODD HYMAN...................................Services and Other.............. 184.70 TOM MILLS PSI INC..........................Services and Other........... 1,485.00 TRACY CARROLL.............................Community Programs.............. 9.95 TRACY CARROLL.............................Services and Other.............. 285.40 TRACY OPP.......................................Services and Other.............. 176.28 TRANSLATION EXCELLENCE..........Community Programs.......... 152.50 TRANSLATION EXCELLENCE..........Services and Other.............. 249.45

TRAVIS HANK HANSON...................Services and Other.............. 472.50 TRI COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 301.75 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ...........................................................Community Programs..... 63,366.47 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION...MISC................................... 1,154.29 UTAH DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH....Services and Other................ 20.00 VALERIE K BROOKS.........................Services and Other........... 1,551.25 VALERIE MEROS..............................Community Programs............ 29.68 VANESSA FRAZIER...........................Services and Other................ 58.48 VANESSA HUGHES...........................Services and Other.............. 559.17 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other......... 15,820.91 VICTOR JOSEPH OVIEDO................Services and Other........... 1,890.00 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP....Services and Other.............. 305.90 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC................................... 146.20 VITAL STATISTICS SERVICES.........Services and Other................ 16.00 WELD COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ...........................................................Services and Other................ 37.70 WILLIAM DESONIER.........................Services and Other................ 63.33 XCEL ENERGY..................................Community Programs.......... 400.00 YANGSON BAKER.............................Services and Other................ 55.21 ZAIBI KHAN.......................................Community Programs............ 10.00 ZHANNA ZUKIN.................................Services and Other................ 33.79 FUND REPORT - 12 Electronic Filing Technology COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE ...........................................................MISC.............................. 17,718.00 HARRIS LOCAL GOVENMENT SOL INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 9,206.63 FUND REPORT - 14 Law Enforcement Authority District 1ST CLASS TOWING........................Services and Other........... 3,037.50 3M AUSTIN CENTER.........................Services and Other........... 2,400.00 A DOG’S LIFE....................................Supplies............................ 7,500.00 ALAMEDA EAST VETERINARY HOSPITAL ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 369.85 CAROL A WINTER.............................Services and Other.............. 140.00 CENTURA HEALTH CORPORATION ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,200.00 CHEMATOX LABORATORY INC.......Services and Other.............. 395.20 CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66.......Services and Other.............. 681.60 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ...........................................................MISC..................................... 92.30 COLORADO DEPT OF HUMAN SVCS ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,785.00 COLORADO STATE PATROL............Services and Other.............. 663.00 DAVID ALLAN MUSSER....................Services and Other.............. 105.00 DIAMOND DRUGS INC.....................Supplies............................... 396.36 ED DOREMUS...................................Services and Other.............. 139.52 EVA LOUISE FOSTER.......................Services and Other.............. 245.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP...Supplies................................. 29.02 JUDICIARY COURTS STATE OF CO ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 200.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES...........Services and Other.............. 189.36 LAUREN MUSSER............................Services and Other................ 35.00 LAZ PARKING....................................Services and Other.............. 286.00 LOS VERDES III LLC.........................Services and Other........... 1,500.00 MELISSA WILLIAMS..........................Services and Other.............. 178.50 ROBERT A HEDRICK........................Services and Other.............. 371.20 ROSA CORPORATION......................Services and Other.............. 169.60 SPOK INC..........................................Services and Other................ 11.76 TARAMART & GAS INC.....................Services and Other................ 48.00 TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT..................MISC................................... 923.08 U.S. IDENTIFICATION MANUAL.......Supplies............................... 139.60 UNIPATH PC......................................Services and Other................ 21.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other........... 5,598.13 VICTIM ASSISTANCE LAW...............Services and Other........... 2,840.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC................................... 102.93 FUND REPORT - 15 Arapahoe / Douglas Works! ADAMS PROPERTY GROUP LLLP...Community Programs.......... 280.00 ADERONKE TAIWO...........................Services and Other.............. 256.77 ANDREA BARNUM............................Services and Other.............. 106.66 ANTHONY HEIMERMAN...................Services and Other................ 29.76 APICS CHAPTER 81.........................Services and Other........... 3,000.00 AURORA MEDIA GROUP LLC..........Services and Other................ 42.00 BARBARA KESSEL............................Services and Other................ 77.61 BRENDAN BOWAR...........................Services and Other................ 40.00 CAMERON FREDERICK LEE............Services and Other.............. 150.00 CHARLENE DEL VESCOVO.............Services and Other................ 15.15 CHELSEA BEARD.............................Services and Other................ 33.57 CHEYENNE M BETTING...................Services and Other.............. 100.00 CHRISTOPHER MATT CORNETT.....Services and Other................ 72.05 CHYANNE CARDARELLA.................Services and Other................ 78.48 COLORADO CARDIAC CPR.............Community Programs............ 65.00 COLORADO CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,590.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ...........................................................Community Programs............ 95.00 CUSTOM GUIDE INC........................Services and Other........... 2,499.00 DAWN GARDNER..............................Services and Other................ 91.53 DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS INC....Supplies............................ 2,766.94 DEVIN ADKINS..................................Services and Other................ 50.00 ECONOMIC MODELING LLC............Services and Other........... 7,500.00 ERICA CARR.....................................Services and Other................ 51.50 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY.........MISC................................... 642.21 FHEG COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF AURORA ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 976.59 GINA REVIS.......................................Services and Other................ 50.00 HICO DISTRIBUTING OF COLORADO ...........................................................Supplies................................. 18.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........Supplies............................... 314.16 IRMA LOPEZ......................................Services and Other.............. 150.00 JEANA CAPEL-JONES......................Services and Other.............. 106.16 JEFFERSON COUNTY ACCTG DEPT ...........................................................Services and Other......... 22,247.55 JENNIFER DETLING.........................Services and Other................ 52.21 JENNY SMITH....................................Services and Other.............. 113.07 JESSICA TRUJILLO...........................Services and Other................ 60.06 JMAC LENDING.................................Community Programs.......... 681.62 JOHN D NEBEL.................................Services and Other........... 9,740.00 JORGE JIMENEZ VILLA....................Services and Other.............. 100.00 JOSEPH GALLEGOS........................Services and Other.............. 100.00 KARYN L MARTINEZ.........................Services and Other................ 11.17 LAURA TAYLOR.................................Services and Other................ 62.57 LEADERQUEST HOLDINGS INC......Services and Other........... 3,750.00 LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE SYSTEMS ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,680.00 LYNN C SCHOELER..........................Services and Other........... 4,000.00 MOHAMED A FARAH.........................Services and Other................ 44.15 NIELS E CHRISTENSEN...................Services and Other................ 84.48 OLIVIA VANN.....................................Services and Other.............. 100.00 ONLINE CONSULTING INC...............Services and Other........... 2,796.00 PETRA CHAVEZ................................Services and Other................ 44.36 PICKENS TECH.................................Services and Other........... 2,000.00 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT ...........................................................Community Programs....... 2,943.00 RICHMARK HOLDINGS INC.............Community Programs.......... 200.00 RONALD PEREA...............................Services and Other................ 87.58 SAMS CLUB DISCOVER/GEMB.......Supplies............................... 416.12 SASHA EASTON................................Services and Other................ 89.82 SASHA LARSON................................Services and Other................ 34.44 SHRED-IT USA..................................Services and Other.............. 170.90 STEPHANIE MUFIC...........................Services and Other.............. 118.70 SUZIE MILLER...................................Services and Other.............. 125.62 TANYA JO DEBARDELABEN............Services and Other.............. 146.50 THE BAWMANN GROUP INC...........Services and Other......... 24,061.00 THE JOB STORE...............................Services and Other........... 3,300.20 THE MASTER’S APPRENTICE.........Services and Other........... 3,000.00 THE SAGE CORPORATION..............Services and Other........... 1,250.00 THRESHOLD HR LLC.......................Services and Other......... 14,000.00 TIFFANY BAZANAC...........................Services and Other................ 63.77 TNT CONSTRUCTION TRAINING LLC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 300.00 TYLER SMITH....................................Services and Other................ 42.51 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER................Services and Other........... 5,000.00 VALERO MARKETING & SUPPLY CO. ...........................................................Community Programs....... 3,491.81 VALORIE A BAILEY............................Services and Other................ 28.61 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other.............. 696.84 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC..................................... 22.35 VIVIAN GRACE WALKER..................Services and Other.............. 100.00 FUND REPORT - 16 Road and Bridge AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES..............Supplies............................ 1,441.67 ALFRED BENESCH & COMPANY.....Services and Other.............. 290.00 ALSCO...............................................Supplies............................ 1,482.57 ARAPAHOE COUNTY PUBLIC AIRPORT ...........................................................Services and Other....... 155,627.26 ARS SAND & GRAVEL CO LLC........Supplies............................... 236.56 AT&T MOBILITY II LLC......................Services and Other.............. 312.41 BEAR CAT MANUFACTURING.........Supplies............................... 351.86 BELFORE ENVIRONMENTAL...........Services and Other.............. 780.90

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PAGE 28 | THE VILLAGER • April 12, 2018 — Continued from page 27 — CASTING NC.....................................Supplies............................ 6,765.00 CLARK EQUIPMENT COMPANY......Supplies............................ 3,033.60 COBITCO, INC...................................Supplies................................. 41.25 DENCO SALES CO...........................Supplies............................ 1,222.48 DENVER SOUTH TRANSPORTATION ...........................................................Supplies.......................... 21,687.00 DOLORES TIPPETT..........................Services and Other.............. 787.50 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................Services and Other........... 1,375.00 EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICES INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 390.00 ENNIS-FLINT.....................................Supplies............................ 3,241.62 FASTENAL COMPANY......................Supplies............................ 1,802.23 GRAINGER........................................Supplies............................... 938.89 GREATWOOD LUMBER & HARDWARE ...........................................................Supplies............................... 251.30 HONNEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY...Services and Other........... 2,934.00 HONNEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY...Supplies............................ 3,237.52 HORIZON LAWN & TREE CARE INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 2,500.00 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY INC... Supplies................................. 312.72 IREA...................................................Services and Other.............. 845.74 J & R BENNETT WELDING INC........Supplies................................. 21.11 JK TRANSPORTS INC.......................Services and Other......... 40,586.97 KOIS BROTHERS EQUIPMENT CO INC ...........................................................Supplies............................ 2,301.00 KUMAR & ASSOCIATES INC............Services and Other.............. 525.00 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES..Supplies................................. 76.05 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS INC..........Services and Other................ 85.92 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 188.00 PIRTEK NORTH VALLEY...................Supplies............................... 158.88 PLM ASPHALT & CONCRETE INC...Services and Other......... 19,179.83 SHARON K WOODIS.........................Services and Other.............. 787.50 VANCE BROTHERS INC...................Supplies............................ 1,249.50 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other........... 1,662.17 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC....................................... 3.67 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ...........................................................Services and Other.................. 6.44 WL CONTRACTORS INC..................Services and Other........... 6,028.85 XCEL ENERGY..................................Services and Other........... 1,356.16 FUND REPORT - 20 Sheriff’s Commissary ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT......Services and Other......... 27,775.00 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH..............Services and Other......... 10,516.54 AZTEC SOFTWARE ASSOCIATES INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 6,725.00 BAKER & TAYLOR.............................Services and Other.............. 594.91 BAKER & TAYLOR.............................Supplies............................ 2,630.81 COMCAST..........................................Services and Other.............. 109.50 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC.Services and Other........... 7,764.42 DEBRA RENEE TYGRETT................Services and Other........... 1,390.00 DEMCO INC.......................................Supplies............................... 161.03 KING SOOPERS................................Supplies............................ 2,350.00 LM INFORMATION DELIVERY INC...Services and Other........... 9,954.07 NANCY LANTZ...................................Services and Other.............. 330.00 SECURUS TECHNOLOGIES INC.....Supplies............................ 1,680.00 THE DENVER POST..........................Services and Other........... 1,014.00 USA TODAY.......................................Services and Other................ 86.80 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC....................................... 7.39 FUND REPORT - 21 Community Development ARAPAHOE COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS ...........................................................Services and Other......... 18,774.93 AURORA HOUSING AUTHORITY.....Services and Other........... 8,318.70 COLORADO NAHRO.........................Services and Other.............. 250.00 FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER.....Services and Other......... 32,015.34 INTEGRATED FAMILY COMMUNITY ...........................................................Services and Other........... 4,666.98 LITTLETON HOUSING AUTHORITY... Community Programs......... 5,497.45 STATE OF COLORADO.....................Services and Other................ 32.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other................ 20.01 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP....Services and Other................ 62.79 FUND REPORT - 25 Developmental Disability DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS........Services and Other.... 3,014,793.59 FUND REPORT - 26 Grants ALSCO...............................................Supplies............................... 539.29 ANDREW P BENEDIK.......................Community Programs....... 1,300.00 ANGELA STANTON...........................Services and Other................ 53.10 APPLEGATE COLORADO LLC.........MISC................................ 8,036.78 APPLEGATE COLORADO LLC.........Supplies.............................. (131.18) ASHLEY YANT...................................Services and Other................ 89.39 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH..............Services and Other......... 46,780.50 B4 GROUP LLC.................................Community Programs....... 1,320.00 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL INC.............Supplies............................ 6,062.04 BRENDA SIMONS.............................Services and Other................ 62.81 BUILDING PERFORMANCE INSTITUTE INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 300.00 CARLOS OROZCO JIMENEZ............Community Programs.......... 800.00 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 315.00 CASEY SIMONS................................Services and Other................ 65.40 CASEY SIMONS................................Supplies................................. 29.98 CITY OF AURORA.............................Services and Other................ 79.37 COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 200.00 COLUMBIA INDUSTRIES INC...........Supplies............................ 6,428.71 COMCOR INC....................................Community Programs.......... 796.77 CORECIVIC LLC................................Community Programs... 274,317.19 CORECIVIC LLC................................Services and Other....... 138,918.88 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION....Services and Other............. 1,953.27 DIAMOND DRUGS INC.....................Supplies............................ 4,836.60 EAGLE ROCK SUPPLY.....................MISC................................ 2,597.00 ELOISA ALTAMIRA.............................Services and Other................ 59.26 FOUNDATION BUILDING MATERIALS ...........................................................MISC................................... 787.95 GARD CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 3,201.00 GEORGE T SANDERS COMPANY...Supplies................................ 111.43 H & A PROPERTIES LLC...................Services and Other........... 8,189.44 HOLLY HOOVER...............................Services and Other................ 35.79 HOME COMFORT INSULATION.......Services and Other........... 7,909.31 INTERVENTION COMMUNITY..........Community Programs....... 1,800.80 INTREPID VENTURE GROUP LLC...Services and Other......... 18,892.00 JOSEPH A HALL................................Services and Other.............. 700.00 JOY BAUER.......................................Services and Other................ 69.66 JOY BAUER.......................................Supplies................................. 83.00 L & N SUPPLY COMPANY INC..........Supplies............................... 122.92 LITTLETON HOUSING AUTHORITY... Community Programs............ 716.00 LOCKBOX NUMBER: 234070...........MISC................................... 205.00 LOHMILLER AND COMPANY............MISC................................ 1,503.15 LOHMILLER AND COMPANY............Supplies................................. 78.00 LORI BIEWEN....................................Services and Other................ 69.22 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.... MISC...................................... 931.59 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.... Supplies................................. 712.18 MECCA HUGHEY..............................Services and Other................ 95.61 MIP COLORADO II LLC.....................Community Programs.......... 850.00 MONTGOMERY INSULATION INC...Services and Other........... 8,789.27 NEW GENESIS INC...........................Supplies............................... 252.00 PCC PARTNERS LLC........................Community Programs....... 1,378.00 PRENTICE PLACE LOFTS LIMITED....Community Programs......... 1,011.00 RIS INSULATION SUPPLY................MISC................................ 1,455.22 RIS INSULATION SUPPLY................Supplies.................................. (0.12) ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ...........................................................Supplies................................. 88.20 SENIORS’ RESOURCE CENTER INC ...........................................................Services and Other......... 20,998.05 SUNLIGHT SOLAR ENERGY INC.....Services and Other......... 28,383.00 TERESA MARLOWE..........................Services and Other.................. 6.24 TERESA MARLOWE..........................Supplies................................... 3.00 THE GEO GROUP INC......................Community Programs... 112,604.89 TRADITIONS AT ENGLEWOOD LLC ...........................................................Community Programs.......... 421.00 TYCO INTEGRATED SECURITY LLC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 161.71 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other.............. 392.14 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC..................................... 36.85 WHOLE ENERGY AND HARDWARE INC ...........................................................MISC................................ 2,496.00 WINDERMERE ONE HOLDINGS......Community Programs.......... 300.00 XCEL ENERGY..................................Services and Other.............. 661.42 FUND REPORT - 28 Open Space Sales Tax ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........Services and Other................ 97.90 ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........Supplies................................. 84.25 ALLIANCE CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS LLC ...........................................................MISC............................ 807,035.44 ALSCO...............................................Services and Other.............. 222.24 ANTHONY CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHY ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 700.00 APPLEWOOD PLUMBING HEATING & ...........................................................MISC....................................... 4.92

LEGALS ARAPAHOE COUNTY PUBLIC AIRPORT ...........................................................Services and Other......... 13,338.00 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 429.09 CDW GOVERNMENT........................Services and Other........... 1,011.97 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER.....Services and Other....... 167,000.00 COLORADO DELTA MECHANICAL...MISC....................................... 1.78 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ...........................................................Capital Outlay................... 1,704.00 CRYSTAL ORGAN.............................Services and Other................ 11.45 CSA LLC.............................................Services and Other........... 2,585.00 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.....Services and Other............. 2,687.61 DIERS EXHIBIT GROUP...................Services and Other.............. 149.00 DISTINCTIVE THREADS, INC...........Supplies............................... 342.85 DOUBLE L WINDMILLS.....................Supplies............................... 282.80 ELIZABETH GILLMOR.......................MISC................................... 100.00 FBLA DISTRCIT 10............................MISC................................... 367.00 FBLA DISTRCIT 11............................MISC................................... 366.00 FBLA DISTRCIT 5..............................MISC................................... 367.00 FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG.....Services and Other........... 1,992.50 FRANCISCO MADERA......................MISC................................... 900.00 GENESIS 1:3 ELECTRIC LLC...........MISC..................................... 18.75 GOODLAND CONSTRUCTION INC.... MISC................................. 29,171.29 GRAINGER........................................Supplies............................... 369.24 INTERGROUP INC............................Capital Outlay................... 3,183.09 INTERGROUP INC............................Services and Other.............. 224.84 INTERLINE BRANDS INC..................Supplies............................ 2,592.63 IREA...................................................Services and Other.............. 919.76 JACQUELINE ALVAREZ....................MISC................................... 900.00 JAMES C STEWART..........................Services and Other.............. 600.00 KUMAR & ASSOCIATES INC............MISC................................ 2,091.31 LEXY JACOBSON..............................Supplies................................. 76.50 LINDSAY BAGBY...............................Supplies................................. 76.50 MARIA BETRAN.................................MISC................................... 900.00 MATT BIXENMAN..............................Supplies................................. 76.50 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP ...........................................................Services and Other......... 14,622.81 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP INC ...........................................................Services and Other......... 33,327.50 PERMIT SERVICES INC....................MISC....................................... 8.92 PROSPECT PLUMBING LLC............MISC....................................... 1.61 PURE CYCLE CORPORATION.........Services and Other........... 3,930.52 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 141.40 ROTH SHANNON..............................Supplies............................... 205.00 SHARKEY CREATVIE........................Services and Other........... 5,800.00 SIMPLY VINTAGE MARKET..............MISC................................... 400.00 SOUTH SUBURBAN PARK...............Services and Other......... 60,000.00 STELLAR ENERGY CONTRACTORS ...........................................................MISC..................................... 12.65 STEPHANIE OBOTETTE...................Supplies................................. 76.50 STREAM DESIGN LLC......................Services and Other........... 3,695.00 SUNSTATE EQUIPMENT..................Supplies................................. 28.00 USA POWERLIFTING COLORADO.... MISC................................... 1,100.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other........... 2,380.93 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC....................................... 3.95 W R SINGLETON...............................Services and Other......... 12,802.70 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 130.00 WATTLE & DAUB CONTRACTORS..Services and Other........... 2,780.00 XCEL ENERGY..................................Services and Other........... 2,065.90 FUND REPORT - 29 Homeland Security - North Central AMAZON CAPITAL SERVICES INC..MISC................................... 222.25 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC...........MISC................................... 455.73 BOUND TREE MEDICAL LLC...........Services and Other................ 61.78 BULLSHARK INC...............................Services and Other........... 1,928.27 C SCOTT KELLAR.............................MISC.............................. 10,990.00 CADWELL IRREVOCABLE TRUST III ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 649.00 CHARLES SCOTT KELLAR...............Services and Other.............. 354.67 CRITIGEN LLC...................................Services and Other........... 2,220.00 CURTIS M GARRETT III....................Services and Other................ 40.00 FIRE & SAFETY OF DENVER INC....Services and Other.............. 486.50 GRAINGER........................................MISC................................... 947.51 JNN HOLDINGS.................................Services and Other........... 1,133.30 KEVIN KAY.........................................Services and Other.............. 381.39 LEE LAMPERT...................................Services and Other.............. 600.00 MARRIOTT BUSINESS SERVICES.... Services and Other........... 25,755.20 NORTH AMERICAN RESCUE LLC..... Services and Other............. 4,850.10 RACHELLE M MILLER......................Services and Other.............. 769.17 RICHARD C PRICE............................Services and Other........... 5,004.08 ROBERT ALLEN PETRIE..................Services and Other.............. 155.00 SHARON MARIE NUANES................Services and Other.............. 155.00 SOURCE MANAGEMENT INC..........Services and Other.............. 213.10 STEPHANY JUNEAU.........................Services and Other.............. 286.17 TIME CREATORS INC.......................Services and Other.............. 240.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................Services and Other.............. 959.24 WORLDPOINT ECC INC...................MISC..................................... 69.50 WORLDPOINT ECC INC...................Services and Other.................. 7.95 FUND REPORT - 33 Building Maintenance Fund A & A TRADIN POST INC...................Services and Other........... 1,628.61 A & A TRADIN POST INC...................Supplies............................... 166.44 AFFILIATED WASTEWATER.............Services and Other........... 2,110.00 ALSCO...............................................Supplies................................. 34.98 AMERICAN BACKFLOW CONSULTING & ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 140.00 BACKFLOW TECH INC.....................Services and Other........... 1,462.32 BEST PLUMBING SPECIALTIES INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 797.47 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ...........................................................Services and Other......... 12,717.50 CENTURYLINK..................................Services and Other.............. 413.65 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC.........Services and Other.............. 761.12 COLORADO DOORWAYS.................Services and Other.............. 860.00 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 940.00 DS WATERS OF AMERICA INC........Supplies................................. 61.47 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................Services and Other........... 1,016.56 ELECTRIC BLUE INC........................Services and Other........... 8,880.00 EMPIRE FIRE AND SAFETY INC......Services and Other........... 5,000.00 EMPIRE FIRE AND SAFETY INC......Supplies............................ 3,858.55 ENGLEWOOD LOCK AND SAFE INC ...........................................................Supplies................................. 29.35 ET TECHNOLOGIES.........................Services and Other............ 2,111.16 FASTENAL COMPANY......................Supplies............................... 138.64 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 560.00 FOLIAGE DESIGN SYSTEMS OF.....Supplies............................... 405.58 GLOBAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY....Services and Other.............. 396.55 GLOBAL FIRE & SAFETY INC..........Services and Other................ 90.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP...Supplies............................... 285.97 GRAINGER........................................Services and Other.............. 254.36 GRAINGER........................................Supplies............................ 1,936.49 HORIZON...........................................Services and Other.............. 505.00 INTERLINE BRANDS INC..................Supplies.......................... 16,570.42 INTERSTATE ENERGY INC..............Services and Other.............. 382.00 JOHN W GASPARINI INC..................Services and Other.............. 427.32 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF DENVER...Services and Other............. 1,667.67 MOBILE MINI LLC..............................Services and Other................ 98.53 PARKER TRAILER & RV INC............Services and Other........... 4,874.00 PIONEER SAND COMPANY INC......Services and Other.............. 745.17 RAMPART SUPPLY INC....................Services and Other........... 1,359.33 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ...........................................................Supplies................................. 52.75 ROCKY MOUNTAIN PARKING LOT....Services and Other................ 180.00 SHERWIN WILLIAMS........................Services and Other.............. 558.54 SHRED-IT USA..................................Services and Other........... 2,326.92 SOLSBURY HILL LLC........................Services and Other.............. 172.36 STEPHAN P REGLAND.....................Services and Other........... 1,155.00 SUNSTATE EQUIPMENT..................Services and Other........... 1,297.50 SWIMS DISPOSAL SERVICE............Services and Other.............. 380.00 TAFT ENGINEERING INC.................Services and Other........... 4,861.81 THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO..........Services and Other.............. 270.99 TOWER REPAIR SPECIALISTS INC....Services and Other............. 1,050.00 TRANE INC........................................Services and Other........... 1,958.15 WHISLER BEARING COMPANY.......Services and Other................ 42.00 FUND REPORT - 34 Fair Fund PATRICK A EMERINE........................Services and Other........... 6,250.00

FUND REPORT - 42 Infrastructure FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG.....Services and Other......... 14,165.11 J F SATO AND ASSOCIATES............Services and Other......... 10,595.79 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP ...........................................................Services and Other....... 115,583.49 FUND REPORT - 43 Arapahoe County Recreation District ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ...........................................................Services and Other........... 6,060.63 BIOLOGICAL MEDIATION SYSTEMS LLC ...........................................................Supplies............................... 125.00 CHERRY CREEK VALLEY.................Services and Other.............. 238.40 IREA...................................................Services and Other................ 46.75 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................MISC..................................... 14.73 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 677.05 XCEL ENERGY..................................Services and Other........... 1,064.09 YESCO LLC.......................................Services and Other.............. 138.00 FUND REPORT - 70 Central Services ADVANCE AUTO PARTS...................MISC................................... 126.73 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ...........................................................MISC................................ 1,552.20 AMERICAN TIRE DISTRIBUTORS INC ...........................................................MISC................................ 1,197.18 AUTOZONE STORES INC.................MISC..................................... 60.29 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ...........................................................MISC................................ 2,394.17 CERTIFIED POWER INC...................MISC................................... 252.92 COLORADO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CO ...........................................................MISC................................ 1,964.20 DALES TIRES & RETREADING INC... MISC................................... 2,445.22 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS................MISC................................... 117.60 FARIS MACHINERY CO....................MISC................................ 1,035.00 FEDEX...............................................MISC..................................... 64.61 HILL ENTERPRISES INC..................MISC.............................. 40,433.62 HONNEN EQUIPMENT COMPANY...MISC................................... 120.19 HORIZON...........................................MISC................................... 134.20 LIFT SOLUTIONS INC.......................MISC..................................... 23.89 LIGHTHOUSE INC.............................MISC................................... 171.18 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING ...........................................................MISC................................ 9,629.59 LOJACK CORP..................................MISC................................... 150.00 MCCANDLESS TRUCK CENTER LLC ...........................................................MISC............................ 121,397.00 NAPA AUTO PARTS...........................MISC................................ 1,994.43 NATIONWIDE AUTO PARTS.............MISC................................... 322.17 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SERVICES INC ...........................................................MISC................................... 987.34 POLARIS LABORATORIES LLC........MISC................................... 772.64 UNITED REPROGRAPHICS..............MISC................................ 9,990.00 VISTA FD LLC....................................MISC....................................... 3.00 FUND REPORT - 71 Self-Insurance Liability BODYS BY BROWN..........................Services and Other........... 5,393.88 COLORADO STORMWATER COUNCIL ...........................................................Services and Other........... 1,100.00 DEAN CONTRACTING INC...............Services and Other........... 4,073.00 DS CONSULTING INC.......................Services and Other.............. 380.00 EAP GLASS.......................................Services and Other........... 5,537.50 IMA FINANCIAL GROUP...................Services and Other....... 506,217.00 PORTER AUTO BODY.......................Services and Other........... 6,590.80 ROBYN WOLVERTON.......................Services and Other........... 1,000.00 STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE ...........................................................Services and Other........... 6,307.56 STEVE MILLER..................................Services and Other.............. 134.46 SUPER VACUUM MANUFACTURING CO INC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 143.05 TRIPLE L&P INC................................Services and Other........... 1,731.76 WL CONTRACTORS INC..................Services and Other........... 4,451.91 FUND REPORT - 73 Self-Insurance Workers Comp CANNON COCHRAN MANAGEMENT ...........................................................Services and Other....... 146,626.86 COLORADO DEPT LABOR/EMPLOYMENT ...........................................................Services and Other........... 2,000.00 DEPT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT... Services and Other............. 5,852.85 IMA FINANCIAL GROUP...................Services and Other....... 125,513.00 INCENTIVE SERVICES INC..............Supplies.......................... 75,549.18 FUND REPORT - 74 Self-Insurance Dental BARBARA K HAGERTY.....................Services and Other........... 2,119.12 CAROL ROBINSON...........................Services and Other.............. 356.52 DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF COLORADO ...........................................................MISC............................ 135,985.27 KAISER PERMANENTE....................Services and Other......... 22,462.62 RETIREMENT PLANNING SERVICES INC ...........................................................Services and Other........... 4,143.20 VISION SERVICE PLAN....................Services and Other.............. 250.64 FUND REPORT - 84 E-911 Authority BRUCE ROMERO..............................Services and Other................ 90.00 CITY OF GREENWOOD VILLAGE....Services and Other.............. 483.96 CITY OF LITTLETON.........................Services and Other........... 3,824.32 FAIRFIELD AND WOODS PC............Services and Other......... 10,950.47 ISC INC..............................................Services and Other....... 220,857.70 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES...........Services and Other.............. 410.54 MANAGER OF FINANCE M/O SAFETY ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 550.00 METCOM............................................Services and Other........... 1,726.24 MOETIVATIONS INC..........................Services and Other.......... 11,211.25 ONSOLVE INTERMEDIATE HOLDING ...........................................................Services and Other......... 53,750.00 POLICE LEGAL SCIENCES INC.......Services and Other........... 6,400.00 POWER CONNECTIONS INC...........Services and Other.............. 970.00 VOIANCE LANGUAGE SERVICES LLC ...........................................................Services and Other.............. 259.70 WEST SAFETY SERVICES INC........Services and Other........... 8,011.67 FUND REPORT - 91 Treasurer CITY OF AURORA.............................MISC......................... 1,203,863.02 CITY OF CENTENNIAL......................MISC............................ 350,997.15 CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE..MISC.............................. 90,965.12 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD.....................MISC............................ 154,980.24 CITY OF GLENDALE.........................MISC.............................. 17,290.57 CITY OF LITTLETON / FINANCE DEPT ...........................................................MISC............................ 148,602.28 CITY OF SHERIDAN..........................MISC.............................. 51,347.13 COLO DEPT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT ...........................................................MISC................................... 672.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE............................... MISC. 16,922.00 COLORADO DEPT OF REVENUE....MISC......................... 3,860,792.86 INTELLECTUAL TECHNOLOGY INC ...........................................................MISC................................ 6,442.97 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY.......MISC............................ 379,392.00 STATE OF COLORADO HUMAN SERVICES ...........................................................MISC................................ 4,480.00 TOWN OF COLUMBINE VALLEY......MISC.............................. 11,344.34 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 03/01/2018 THROUGH 03/31/2018 DRAWN FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE FUNDS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE HERE UNTO SET MY HAND AND SEAL OF THE SAID COUNTY AT LITTLETON THIS 04/04/2018 . MATT CRANE, CLERK TO THE BOARD Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8224 ____________________________

FUND REPORT - 41 Capital Expenditure DAN H WILEY & ASSOCIATES INC..Services and Other......... 13,400.00 GERALD H PHIPPS INC....................MISC............................ 220,280.05 GRAPHHOPPER GmbH....................MISC................................... 528.00 INTERGROUP INC............................Capital Outlay................... 7,314.10 INTERGROUP INC............................MISC................................... 880.38 RIDGELINE ENGINEERING COMPANY ...........................................................MISC................................ 6,910.00 TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS....MISC................................ 7,267.50 TRUELOOK INC.................................MISC.............................. 40,590.00 TRUEPOINT SOLUTIONS LLC.........MISC................................ 3,520.00

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ARAPAHOE COUNTY ARAPAHOE COUNTY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING HIGHLINE CREEK ESTATES/ FINAL PLAT CASE NO. P17-006 PROPOSAL: Alpert Development, Inc. has made application to Arapahoe County for a Final Plat to the herein-referenced property. The proposed Final Plat would create one lot suited for 121 detached, single-family units, and a number of easements, including an open space easement, for development in accordance with a related Final Development Plan. PROPERTY LOCATION: The subject property is located northwest of the intersection at Yosemite Street and East Iliff Avenue. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on May 1, 2018 at 9:30 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the calendar of the Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners permits, a public hearing will be held; at which, all interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning the above-described Final Plat application for Highline Creek Estates (Case No. P17-006). The hearing will be held at the Arapahoe County Administration Building, East Hearing Room, 5334 S. Prince St., Littleton, CO 80120 at the above-stated date and time. More information about this proposal is available at the offices of the Arapahoe County Public Works and Development Department, Planning Division, 6924 S. Lima St., Centennial, CO 80112, or by calling (720) 874-6650 during regular business hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday). Matt Crane, Clerk to the Board Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8231 ____________________________

TREASURER NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to Fitzsimons Promenade LLC, Bush Development, Bush Development, Inc., Eric Bush, Eric H. Bush, Cedar Crest Condominiums Owners Association, Inc., Amy B. Blair, Isaacson Rosenbaum P.C., David Evans and Associates, Inc., City of Aurora You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 6th day of November, 2014, A.D., the then County Treasurer of the County of Arapahoe, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to George T. Palecek, the following described real estate situate in the County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado, to-wit: THAT PART OF LOT 3 BLK 1 FITZSIMONS PROMENADE SUB 1ST FLG DESC AS BEG 141.88 FT W OF THE SE COR OF SD LOT TH N 77.4 FT TH W 47.8 FT TH S 77.4 FT TH E 47.8 FT TH N 5.2 FT TO BEG FITZSIMONS PROMENADE SUB 1ST FLG and said County Treasurer issued a Certificate of Purchase therefore to George T. Palecek; That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent general taxes assessed against said real estate for the year 2013; That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of Fitzsimons Promenade LLC c/o Bush Development for said year 2013; That on the 1st day of November, 2017, A.D., said George T. Palecek assigned said certificate of purchase to Cope LLC; That said COPE LLC, on the 1st day of November, 2017, the present holder of said Certificate, who has made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed to said real estate; That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said COPE LLC, on or about the 14th day of August, 2018, A.D., unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my hand this 27th day of March, 2018, A.D. Sue Sandstrom Treasurer Arapahoe County Published in The Villager First Publication: April 5, 2018 Last Publication: April 19, 2018 Legal # 8196 ____________________________ NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED To Every Person in Actual Possession or Occupancy of the hereinafter Described Land, Lot

or Premises, and to the Person in Whose Name the same was Taxed or Specially Assessed, and to all Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to Rasoba Sociedad Anonima Inc., Tom Evans, Roberta F. Gillis, Arapahoe County Public Trustee, Hannibal, Matthew Scott Evans, Dutch Creek Estates, LLC You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 6th day of November, 2014, A.D., the then County Treasurer of the County of Arapahoe, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to PTL Partners LLC, the following described real estate situate in the County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado, to-wit: TRACT A CHRISTENSEN LANE ESTATES 2ND FLG and said County Treasurer issued a Certificate of Purchase therefore to PTL Partners LLC; That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent general taxes assessed against said real estate for the year 2013; That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of Rasoba Sociedad Anonima Inc. for said year 2013; That on the 26th day of May, 2017, A.D., said PTL Partners LLC assigned said certificate of purchase to INA Group LLC; That on the 20th day of June, 2017, A.D., said INA Group LLC assigned said certificate of purchase to John Taylor Overmyer; That said John Taylor Overmyer, on the 13th day of November, 2017, the present holder of said Certificate, who has made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed to said real estate; That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said John Taylor Overmyer, on or about the 1st day of August, 2018, A.D., unless the same has been redeemed. Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed. Witness my hand this 27th day of March, 2018, A.D. Sue Sandstrom Treasurer Arapahoe County Published in The Villager First Publication: April 5, 2018 Last Publication: April 19, 2018 Legal # 8197 ____________________________

CHERRY HILLS CENTENNIAL VILLAGE

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held before the City of Cherry Hills Village Board of Adjustment and Appeals at The Joint Public Safety Facility, 2460 E. Quincy Avenue, Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113, on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. on a request from Mark Ernst for a Variance to Municipal Code Section 16-9-30(g) to allow a 1.5’ Garage Encroachment within the 15 foot accessory structure side setback for the R-4 Zone District. The application is available for review at the Cherry Hills Village Community Development Department, 120 Meade Lane, Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113 or you may call 303-783-2721 for more information. All protests or comments must be made in writing on or before the date of the public hearing, or by personal appearance at the public hearing. Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8227 ____________________________

GLENDALE CITY OF GLENDALE PUBLIC NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE The following ordinance was passed before the City Council of the City of Glendale, Colorado, on the 3rd day of April, and was ordered published by said Council: CITY OF GLENDALE, COLORADO ORDINANCE NO. 2 SERIES OF 2018 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, COLORADO, AMENDING TITLE 17 OF THE GLENDALE CODE OF ORDINANCES RELATING TO ELIMINATING BULK PLANE RESTRICTIONS, REDUCING THE LANDSCAPED SETBACKS ALONG THE CHERRY CREEK GREENWAY, EXPANDING THE APPROVED LOCATIONS FOR JOINT IDENTIFICATION SIGNAGE, INCLUDING A COMMUNITY POLICING THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN REVIEW, MODERNIZING THE SITE PLAN SUBMITTAL PROCESS, IMPROVING THE LAYOUT AND READABILITY OF THE CODE AND ADOPTING AN OFFICIAL ZONING MAP OF THE CITY A copy of this Ordinance is on file at the office of the City Clerk and may be inspected during regular business hours. Dated the 5th day of April, 2018

City of Glendale, Colorado Veronica Marvin, City Clerk Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8228 ____________________________ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Glendale, Colorado, will hold a Public Hearing at Glendale City Hall, 950 South Birch Street, Glendale, Colorado, in the Courtroom/Council Chambers on the first floor, at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 concerning the following ordinances: CITY OF GLENDALE, COLORADO ORDINANCE NO. 3 SERIES OF 2018 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDALE, COLORADO RELOCATING CHAPTERS 3.08 AND 3.27 TO CHAPTER 3.20 AND AMENDING CODE REFERENCES IN SPECIFIC RELOCATED SECTIONS Copies of the ordinance are on file at the office of the City Clerk and may be inspected during regular business hours. Dated the 5th day of April, 2018 City of Glendale, Colorado Veronica Marvin, City Clerk Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8230 ____________________________

GREENWOOD VILLAGE BID INFORMATION ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado (the “City”) will receive sealed bids at the Public Works Department, 10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80112-3730, until 2:30 p.m., April 19, 2018, for the 2018 Traffic Signal Cleaning and Painting Project.

contracted to be done, is required to file a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid on account of such claim to the City Manager, City of Greenwood Village, 6060 South Quebec Street, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111-4591, at or before the time and date hereinabove shown. Failure on the part of any claimant to file such verified statement or claim at any time up to and including the time of final settlement will release said City of Greenwood Village, Colorado, its Council, officers, agents and employees of and from any and all liability for such claim. ATTEST: BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL CITY OF GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO /s/ Ron Rakowsky, Mayor /s/ Susan Ortiz, City Clerk Published in The Villager First Publication: April 5, 2018 Last Publication: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8211 ____________________________ NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado (the “City”) will receive proposals at the City Maintenance Facility, 10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80112-3730, until 2:00 p.m. on April 26, 2018. The request for proposals for the Yosemite St. and Caley Ave. Right Turn Lane Extension Project is available electronically via the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System on the City of Greenwood Village website, www.greenwoodvillage.com/bids. The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, and to make final determination in the event of duplications. No proposal may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for opening thereof. Any proposal received as a result of this request is prepared at the consultant’s expense and becomes City property and therefore, public record.

The bid documents for the 2018 Traffic Signal Cleaning and Painting project are currently available on the Greenwood Village website, www.greenwoodvillage.com/bids.

Any questions regarding the project should be directed to Justin Williams, Engineering Manager at (303) 708-6150 or jwilliams@ greenwoodvillage.com.

The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to make final determination in the event of duplications.

/s/ John Sheldon Director of Public Works

No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for opening thereof. Preference is hereby given to materials, supplies, and provisions produced, manufactured, or grown in Colorado, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the State. Colorado labor shall be employed to perform the work for which bids are requested herein to the extent of not less than eighty percent (80%) of each type or class of labor in the several classifications of skilled and common labor employed on such work, pursuant to C.R.S. § 8-17-101. The City requires a certified or cashier’s check, or a corporate surety bond in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total bid amount before the City can accept or consider any bids greater than Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00). The bid and the deposit shall be filed with the Public Works Department, securely sealed and endorsed on the outside with a brief statement as to the nature of the item or work for which the bid is provided. Upon a bid award, such bond shall be returned to the unsuccessful bidder(s). In the case of the successful bidder, the bid bond will be returned upon receipt of the required payment and performance bonds, each in the full amount of the contract price. Such bonds will be retained by the City until the one year (1) warranty period has expired. Bids will be opened publicly at 2:31 p.m., April 19, 2018, at the Greenwood Village Public Works Facility, and shall be tabulated by the City. Any questions regarding the project should be directed to Chris Foster – Traffic Systems Coordinator (303) 708-6146. /s/ John Sheldon Director of Public Works Published in The Villager First Publication: April 5, 2018 Last Publication: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8210 ____________________________ NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT For Greenwood Village Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado will make final payment at the City Hall, 6060 South Quebec Street, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111-4591 at 4:00 p.m. on April 20, 2018 to Sturgeon Electric, for all work done by said contractor for the project called Orchard Road and Quebec Street Traffic Signal Repair Project said construction being within the boundaries of the City of Greenwood Village, County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado, subject to prior satisfactory final inspection and acceptance of said work by the City of Greenwood Village. Any person, co-partnership, association of persons, company, or corporation that has furnished labor, materials, provisions, or other supplies used or consumed by such contractor or subcontractors in or about the performance of the work contracted to be done and whose claim therefore has not been paid by the contractor or subcontractors, at any time up to and including time of final settlement for the work

Published in The Villager First Publication: April 12, 2018 Last Publication: April 19, 2018 Legal # 8225 ____________________________

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Enrique Fuentes, Deceased Case Number 2018 PR 53 All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to District Court of Arapahoe, County, Colorado on or before August 13, 2018, or the claims may be forever barred. Kendra Fuentes Personal Representative 3977 S. Bannock Street Englewood, CO 80110 Published in The Villager First Publication: April 5, 2018 Last Publication: April 19, 2018 Legal # 8206 ____________________________ NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Thomas T. Mulcahy, a/k/a Thomas Theodore Mulcahy, a/k/a Thomas Mulcahy, Deceased Case Number 2018PR30204 All persons having claims against the above-named estate are required to present them to the Personal Representative or to District Court of Arapahoe County, Colorado on or before July 16, 2018, or the claims may be forever barred. Catherine E. Mumper 9666 S. Promenade Place Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 Published in The Villager First Publication: April 12, 2018 Last Publication: April 26, 2018 Legal # 8219 ____________________________

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00 65 33 NOTICE OF FINAL PAYMENT NAMELESS TRIBUTARY MESA TRACT B TRAIL AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS (Contract No. C13-2001C-2) Notice is hereby given that at 1:00 p.m. on April 23, 2018 Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority shall make final payment to Edge Contracting, Inc., 1453 Brickyard Road, Golden, CO, 80403, in connection with full payment for all services rendered, materials furnished and for all labor performed in and for the above-referenced PROJECT. 1. Any person, co-partnership, association of persons, company or corporation that has an unpaid claim against the said PROJECT for or on account of the furnishing of labor, materials, team hire, sustenance, provisions, provender or other supplies used or consumed by such CONTRACTOR or any SUBCONTRACTOR in or about the performance of said WORK contracted to be done or that supplies rental machinery, tools, or equipment to the extent used in the prosecution of the WORK whose claim therefore has not been paid by the CONTRACTOR or the SUBCONTRACTOR may at any time up to and including said time of

such final settlement file a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid on account of such claim. 2. All such claims will be filed with Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority, 7437 South Fairplay Street, Centennial, Colorado, 80112, on or before the abovementioned date and time of final settlement. 3. Failure on the part of a creditor to file such statement prior to such final settlement will relieve Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority from any and all liability for such claim. OWNER: Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority Name: John A. McCarty Title: Executive Director Published in The Villager First Publication: April 5, 2018 Last Publication: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8205 ____________________________ NOTICE OF POLLING PLACE ELECTION FOR BENNETT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NO. 7 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and particularly to the electors of the Bennett Fire Protection District No. 7 (“District”) of Adams and Arapahoe Counties, Colorado. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular election of the District shall be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, during the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The Board of Directors of the District has designated the following polling place: District Administrative Office 355 4th Street Bennett, Colorado At such election, the electors of the District shall vote for Directors to serve the following terms of office on the Board of Directors of the District: Three (3) Directors for Four-Year Terms One (1) Director for Two-Year Term The names of persons nominated and terms of office for which nominated are as follows: Debra Merkle for Four-Year Term Amy Kirkwood for Four-Year Term Eric Brunner for Four-Year Term David James Wilson for Four-Year Term Keith R. Sauder for Two-Year Term Royce D. Pindell for Two-Year Term James S. Woods for Two-Year Term BENNETT FIRE DISTRICT NO. 7

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By /s/ Micki L. Mills Designated Election Official Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8214 ____________________________ NOTICE OF POLLING PLACE ELECTION FOR SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and particularly to the electors of the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District (“District”) of Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, Colorado. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular election of the District shall be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, during the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The Board of Directors of the District has designated the following polling places:

during the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The Board of Directors of the District has designated the following polling place: District Fire Station 488 First Avenue Deer Trail, Colorado At such election, the electors of the District shall vote for Directors to serve the following terms of office on the Board of Directors of the District: Three (3) Directors for Four-Year Terms Two (2) Directors for Two-Year Terms The names of persons nominated and terms of office for which nominated are as follows: Kyner Clay for Four-Year Term David Norris for Four-Year Term Roberta M. Bell for Four-Year Term Richard Loveless for Four-Year Term Randy Eldringhoff for Four-Year Term Mark Dille for Four-Year Term Jennifer Kunkel for Four-Year Term Julie Kaye Behrens for Two-Year Term Christopher Garner for Two-Year Term DEER TRAIL RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT By /s/ Micki L. Mills Designated Election Official Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8216 ____________________________ NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF ELECTION AND CERTIFIED STATEMENT OF RESULTS KINGS POINT SOUTH METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOS. 1 & 2 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to § 1-13.5-513(6), C.R.S., that, at the close of business on March 6, 2018 there were not more candidates for director than offices to be filled, including candidates filing affidavits of intent to be write-in candidates. Therefore, the election to be held on May 8, 2018 is hereby cancelled. The following candidates are declared elected by acclamation: Peter Niederman — Until May 2022 The following offices remain vacant: Vacant — Until May 2022 Vacant — Until May 2022 /s/ Bradley T. Neiman Designated Election Official Contact Person for Districts: Blair M. Dickhoner, Esq. WHITE BEAR ANKELE TANAKA & WALDRON Attorneys at Law 2154 E. Commons Avenue, Suite 2000 Centennial, Colorado 80122 (303) 858-1800 Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8218 ____________________________ NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF REGULAR ELECTION BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL WILLOW TRACE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

Station 37: 5701 S. University Boulevard, Greenwood Village, CO Station 35: 12080 E. Briarwood Avenue, Centennial, CO Station 33: 7281 E. Dry Creek Road, Centennial, CO Station 42: 7320 S. Parker Road, Foxfield, CO Station 36: 421 E. Castle Pines Parkway, Castle Rock, CO Station 45: 16801 Northgate Drive, Parker, CO Station 46: 19310 Stroh Road, Parker, CO 80134

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Willow Trace Metropolitan District of Arapahoe County, Colorado, that at the close of business on the sixty-third day before the election, there were not more candidates for director than offices to be filled including candidates filing affidavits of intent to be write-in candidates; therefore, the regular election to be held on May 8, 2018, is hereby canceled pursuant to Section 1-13.5-513(6), C.R.S. The following candidates are hereby declared elected:

At such election, the electors of the District shall vote for Directors to serve the following terms of office on the Board of Directors of the District:

Joseph Blethen - 4-year term until May 2022 Timothy Shively - 4-year term until May 2022

One (1) Director for Four-Year Term for Director District A One (1) Director for Four-Year Term for Director District E One (1) Director for Four-Year Term for Director District G

WILLOW TRACE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT By: /s/ Courtney Linney Deputy Designated Election Official

The names of persons nominated and terms of office for which nominated are as follows: Hank Eng for Four-Year Term for Director District A Tim Hartwig for Four-Year Term for Director District A Laura Simon for Four-Year Term for Director District E William H. Shriver for Four-Year Term for Director District G SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT By /s/ Barb Andrews Designated Election Official Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8215 ____________________________ NOTICE OF POLLING PLACE ELECTION FOR DEER TRAIL RURAL FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and particularly to the electors of the Deer Trail Rural Fire Protection District (“District”) of Adams, Arapahoe and Elbert Counties, Colorado. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular election of the District shall be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2018,

Dated this 3rd day of April, 2018.

Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8220 ____________________________ NOTICE OF POLLING PLACE ELECTION FOR SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and particularly to the electors of the area proposed to be included within the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District (“District”) located within Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, Colorado. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special inclusion election of the District shall be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, during the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The Board of Directors of the District has designated the following polling: Littleton Fire Station 13, 6290 W. Coal Mine Avenue, Littleton, CO Littleton Fire Station 14, 6600 S. Colorado Boulevard, Centennial, CO At such election, the electors of the area proposed to be included within the District shall vote for or against the following ballot

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question: Shall the following described area become a part of the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District upon the following conditions? Description of Area: All real property located within the boundaries of the Littleton Fire Protection District. Summary of Conditions: 1. If the proposed inclusion is approved by a majority of the eligible electors, Littleton Fire Protection District shall no longer assess any property taxes and shall take action to dissolve pursuant to Sections 32-1-701, et seq., C.R.S.; 2. Unless approved by the voters in advance, the maximum mill levy that may be imposed by South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District is 9.25 mills, exclusive of refunds and abatements; and 3. The proposed inclusion is subject to the terms and conditions of the South Metro/Littleton Fire Protection District Pre-Unification and Fire Authority Member Agreement dated December 18, 2017. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that applications for absentee ballots may be obtained and filed with the Designated Election Official of the District, Barb Andrews, South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District, 9195 E. Mineral Avenue, Centennial, Colorado 80112, during normal business hours and until the close of business on the Tuesday immediately preceding the election (Tuesday, May 1, 2018). All voted absentee ballots must be returned to the Designated Election Official or an Election Judge at one of the addresses provided above by 7:00 p.m. on election day, May 8, 2018. SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT By: /s/ Barb Andrews Designated Election Official Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8221 ____________________________ NOTICE OF POLLING PLACE ELECTION FOR SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and particularly to the electors of the area proposed to be included within the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District (“District”) located within Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, Colorado. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special inclusion election of the District shall be held on Tuesday,

May 8, 2018, during the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. The Board of Directors of the District has designated the following polling places in Highlands Ranch: Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District Office, 62 Plaza Drive Recreation Center at Westridge, 9650 Foothills Canyon Boulevard Recreation Center at Southridge, 4800 McArthur Ranch Road Recreation Center at Eastridge, 9568 University Boulevard The Highlands Ranch Mansion, 9950 E. Gateway Drive At such election, the electors of the area proposed to be included within the District shall vote for or against the following ballot question: Shall the following described area become a part of the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District upon the following conditions? Description of Area: All real property located within the boundaries of the Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District. Summary of Conditions: 1. If the proposed inclusion is approved by a majority of the eligible electors, Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District shall reduce its property tax mill levy 7.0 mills for taxes collected in 2019; 2. Unless approved by the voters in advance, the maximum mill levy that may be imposed by South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District is 9.25 mills, exclusive of refunds and abatements; and 3. The proposed inclusion is subject to the terms and conditions of the South Metro/Highlands Ranch Metropolitan District PreUnification and Fire Authority Member Agreement dated December 13, 2017. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that applications for absentee ballots may be obtained and filed with the Designated Election Official of the District, Barb Andrews, South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District, 9195 E. Mineral Avenue, Centennial, Colorado 80112, during normal business hours and until the close of business on the Tuesday immediately preceding the election (Tuesday, May 1, 2018). All voted absentee ballots must be returned to the Designated Election Official or an Election Judge at one of the addresses provided above by 7:00 p.m. on election day, May 8, 2018. SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT By: /s/ Barb Andrews Designated Election Official Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8222 ____________________________

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Buy a 25-word statewide classified line ad in newspapers across the state of Colorado for just $300 per week. Ask about our frequency discounts! Contact B.T. at The Villager, 303-773-8313 ext. 301. NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER A RESOLUTION CALLING FOR AN ELECTION TO INCLUDE REAL PROPERTY INTO THE SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NOTICE is hereby given to all interested persons, and particularly to any municipality or county which may be able to provide fire protection, ambulance and emergency medical and rescue services, enforcement of fire prevention codes, hazardous materials response, and other emergency services authorized by statute to the real property described herein, that the Board of Directors of the South Metro Fire Rescue Fire Protection District initially adopted, and will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 6:00 p.m., at 9195 E. Mineral Avenue, Centennial, Colorado, to consider final adoption of a Resolution Initiating Inclusion Election. The property proposed to be included is described as follows: All real property located within the boundaries of the City of Littleton. All interested persons may appear at such hearing to show cause in writing why such Resolutions should not be finally adopted. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE SOUTH METRO FIRE RESCUE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT. Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8223 ____________________________ NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF REGULAR ELECTION BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Marvella Metropolitan District, Arapahoe County, Colorado, that at the close of business on the sixtythird day before the election there were not more candidates for director than offices to be filled, including candidates filing affidavits of intent to be write-in candidates; therefore, the election to be held on May 8, 2018, is hereby canceled pursuant to Section 1-13.5-513, C.R.S. The following candidates are declared elected: Kristopher Crawford — until the second regular election (May 3, 2022) Tahlia Sayers — until the second regular election (May 3, 2022) Michael Kark — until the next regular election (May 5, 2020) Vacant — until the second regular election

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at the close of business on the sixtythird day before the election, there were not more candidates for director than offices to be filled, including candidates filing affidavits of intent to be write-in candidates; therefore, the election to be held on May 8, 2018 is hereby canceled pursuant to section 1-13.5-513(6) C.R.S.

NOTICE OF REGULAR ELECTION TO BE CONDUCTED BY MAIL BALLOT MANSFIELD HEIGHTS WATER & SANITATION DISTRICT

The following candidates are declared elected for the following terms of office: Name Term Navin Dimond Second Regular Election, May 2022 Jason Gaede Second Regular Election, May 2022 Marshall Johnson Second Regular Election, May 2022 William O’Shields III Next Regular Election, May 2020

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN and particularly to the electors of the Mansfield Heights Water & Sanitation District of the County of Arapahoe, Colorado:

/s/ Lisa A. Jacoby (Designated Election Official) Contact Person for the District: Lisa A. Jacoby Telephone Number of the District: 303-987-0835 Address of the District: 141 Union Boulevard, Suite 150 Lakewood, CO 80228 District Facsimile Number: 303-987-2032 District Email: ljacoby@sdmsi.com Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8232 ____________________________ NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF REGULAR ELECTION BY THE DESIGNATED ELECTION OFFICIAL PARKER JORDAN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Parker Jordan Metropolitan District of Arapahoe County, Colorado, that at the close of business on the sixty-third day before the election, there were not more candidates for director than offices to be filled including candidates filing affidavits of intent to be write-in candidates; therefore, the regular election to be held on May 8, 2018, is hereby canceled pursuant to Section 1-13.5513(6), C.R.S. The following candidates are hereby declared elected: Kevin Pettway to a 4-year term until May 2022 William Lamberton to a 4-year term until May 2022 Vacancy to a 4-year term until May 2022

§§1-13.5-1105(2)(d), 1-13.5-502 C.R. S.

NOTICE IS HEREBY given that a regular election of the Mansfield Heights Water & Sanitation District shall be held on Tuesday, May 8, 2018, from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. The election is being conducted as a mail ballot election. Mail ballots are required to be mailed to eligible electors between April 16, 2018 and April 23, 2018. At said election, the electors of the District shall vote for two Directors to serve the following terms of office on the Board of Directors of the District: The names of persons nominated as Director for a four-year term in ballot order: Kathleen Benge Candice Goldstein Dick Fullerton Eligible electors may apply for new or replacement mail ballots and return voted mail ballots to the offices of the Designated Election Official, which is also the ballot drop-off/walk-in voting location, c/o Community Resource Services of Colorado, 7995 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 103E, Greenwood Village, CO 80111. The offices of Community Resource Services of Colorado are open Monday through Friday during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. from April 16, 2018, through May 7, 2018, and from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on May 8, 2018 (Election Day). MANSFIELD HEIGHTS WATER & SANITATION DISTRICT By: /s/ Sue Blair Designated Election Official Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8234 ____________________________

Dated: April 6, 2018 PARKER JORDAN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT By: /s/ Courtney Linney Designated Election Official Published in The Villager Published: April 12, 2018 Legal # 8233 ____________________________

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Arapahoe Philharmonic and Avanti Music Academy partner tion ability was perhaps never hoe Philharmonic music director recognizable melodies such as Paa first of its kind for the Arapahoe Present Mozart’s The Magic Flute

Phil. Tomsic and co-owner Drew Bradley direct this production with a unique twist. Tomsic explained: “The nature of this story lends itself to the idea that this a dream young Mozart has as a child. He [Young Mozart] will lead the listener through the tale as narrator, helping to weave the opera’s music and the traditionally spoken text for the audience.” Devin Patrick Hughes, Arapa-

and conductor adds, “It’s a wild story with the incredible music you expect from Mozart. It’s great fun to play, it’s exciting to listen to… The orchestra will be on the auditorium floor, giving the audience a true opera experience as they watch the action onstage. And we’re thrilled to have an incredible cast of professional opera singers joining us thanks to Avanti Music Academy.”

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When describing actress Jane Seymour, the phrases “Bond girl,” “romantic lead,” “frontier doctor” and “artist” are all things that come to mind. But what about comedian? In Pop’s comedy Let’s Get Physical, Seymour plays a former beauty queen who tries to motivate her middle-aged slacker of a son (Matt Jones from Breaking Bad and Mom) into achieving his destiny as the scion of an aerobics industry magnate. ReMIND magazine caught up with Seymour to chat about the zanily nostalgic comedy and got a little insight into her own fascinating history. Jane, you’re best known for your dramatic roles. Why does comedy appeal to you? Jane Seymour: I think I’m a natural comedian, but somehow segued into playing straight roles and romantic roles. … Peter Hall, the director of [the play] Amadeus, said to me when I did Amadeus that I was a character actress in spite of myself. Let’s Get Physical captures the legwarmer-clad charm of the 1980s aerobics culture. Do you have any fond memories of that era? Oh my God, I’m on the cover of the Jane Fonda pregnancy workout! I mean, how close do you need to get? [Laughs] And when we did the cover shoot, she had no idea who was go-

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more apparent than in his operas. He wrote 22 operas in his lifetime, ranging from the serious (opera seria) to the comic (opera buffa). The Magic Flute, or Die Zauberflöte, falls into the category of Singspiel, which connects overture and arias through spoken text. Considered one of his most popular operas, The Magic Flute never fails to charm audiences of all ages through its whimsical, fairy tale themes and

pageno’s “Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja” and his playful duet “Pa-Pagena! Pa-Pageno!” with Papagena, as well as the impressive “Der Hölle Rache kocht in meinem Herzen” sung by the Queen of the Night. Avanti Music Academy founder and co-owner Amra Tomsic brings his creativity and years of opera experience with International Lyrica Opera in Italy to this special semi-staged performance, which is

ing to be in the cover shoot. She just knew it was going to be people that paid to go and do the pregnancy workout at the gym: a woman who’d had a baby, someone that was still pregnant — and that was me.

Why do you think your frontier drama, Doctor Quinn, Medicine Woman, still resonates with audiences? Firstly, because it’s set back in the 1870s, so it’s “back in the day.” But I think it’s because it deals with the human condition, and all of the issues that we dealt with are still current issues. So, I think it is a timeless series. I’m very proud of it. When I did it, I don’t think I realized quite how well done it was. Because who had time to watch it? I was making it! Now that I’ve had a chance, every once in a while I find myself alone in a hotel room, and there I am! When I get over the shock of not looking quite so young anymore, I get into the show, and I realize it was a very good show, one I’m very proud of. Your acting career has been recognized with accolades and awards, including two Golden Globes and an Emmy. Where do you keep them? I think they’re next to my bed. I think they’re in my bedroom … I’m very proud of them, actually. One of the Golden Globes was for East of Eden, and I got really great

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reviews for East of Eden. But I did not get a nomination for an Emmy, so I think the Golden Globe people felt that they had to make that right. And then,

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Doctor Quinn, Medicine Woman. To get a Golden Globe for an 8 o’clock show is unheard of, as you know. And then the Emmy was for playing Maria Callas in Onassis: The Richest Man in the World. I was thrown into that, and I really worked hard on that and learned all the arias. I don’t think I’ve ever worked as hard on a character as Maria Callas, so that was particularly exciting to me. Do you have any special memorabilia from any of your projects? I do ... uniquely, I think. I’m the only actress that I can think of who had in her contract that she could keep the costume. So I have costumes from almost

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