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Arrest made in CHVPD officer shooting

Election Security Exercise

BY BECKY OSTERWALD MANAGING EDITOR The arrest of Angelo Alston, 17 was made Aug. 31 in Aurora. He has been charged with 32 counts related to the Aug. 20 shooting of Cherry Hills Village Police Officer Cory Sack during a home invasion. The felony charges range from attempted murder of a peace officer, kidnapping, burglary, robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, theft and menacing. The teenager is being charged as an adult and appeared in court Sept. 6. The judge set bond at $1 million and if he is convicted, he could do additional prison time because six of the counts are enhancers. Alston was due to appear in court again Sept. 11. Sack, a seven-year veteran of the CHVPD was shot in the left leg above the knee and the right foot responding to a 911 call. He has undergone four surgeries for the injuries. Sack is in good spirits according to CHV police chief Michelle Tovrea. To donate to the Sack Family, please visit gofundme.com/ corysack. This is currently the only official fundraising site for the family. Investigators from the Cherry Hills Village Police Department, the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and an ATF task force are still seeking additional suspects in this case.

Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane (center) was cast as the state elections director on his team during a cyber-security exercise at the Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club meeting Sept. 5. Crane showed great leadership qualities, being decisive, yet careful in dealing with the cascading critical events thrown at him as DHS official David Stern looks over his shoulder. More on Page 10. Photo by Freda Miklin

John Madden Company and Schnitzer West enter commercial real estate partnership Schnitzer West will manage John Madden office buildings in Greenwood Village Schnitzer West, one of the West Coast’s fastest-growing real estate investment, development and property management companies, announced Sept. 13 that

it has formed a joint venture with the John Madden Company to own and manage three buildings in Greenwood Village. The office space includes the Palazzo Verdi, and Fiddler’s Green I and II buildings in the Fiddler’s Green Core Plus with 726,742 square-feet of leased office space. Developed by The John Madden Company, the three properties feature state-of-the-art systems

built with sustainability at their cores, on-site amenities and efficient floor plates. The buildings include high-quality interior and exterior finishes, such as polished black granite stone flooring, floorto-ceiling murals, 60-foot-high ceilings, and ornamental lighting fixtures. In addition to providing superior transportation access with conveniently located light rail and bus stations, the portfolio

is located just off I-25, providing exceptional visibility to the over 230,000 vehicles a day. Constructed in 2008, Palazzo Verdi is a 312,049-square-foot, 15-story office building; Fiddler’s Green 1, built in 1999, is a 207,520-square-foot, six-story office building; and Fiddler’s Green II, built in 2001, is a 207,173 square-foot, six-story office building.

The joint venture expands Schnitzer West’s footprint in the Denver commercial real estate market which recently opened Civica Cherry Creek, a seven-story boutique office building in the Cherry Creek neighborhood. Over the last six decades, the John Madden Company has

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Looking good at SO-Reinke Brothers’ Haunted Mansion returns from the dead BY P.J. REINKE

The caretakers of the famous, or infamous, Reinke Brothers’ Haunted Mansion have finally re-oiled the screeching and cobweb-filled doors after three years of darkness. It has not been a good sort of spooky darkness either — and we’re talking real cobwebs. Call it a hiatus. Call it roof damage. Call it scary battles with insurance companies. Just don’t call it late for Halloween. As ringmaster Greg Reinke says, the refurbished Haunted Mansion is now “bigger and badder” than ever. “Our nightmare has ended and yours is about to begin,” Littleton’s ringmaster said of the region’s most creative, detailed and fun-filled haunted-house experience. You still gotta walk through, but you find your own way out-and you won’t believe what’s behind each corner.” “... Oh, and look for the egress!” The reopening will officially darken the doorways of Reinke Brothers costume and Halloween superstore, 5663 S. Prince St. in Historic Downtown Littleton, on Friday and Saturday, Sept.

28-29. The two-day, preHalloween re-inaugural will even include fireworks (Saturday only). Friday and Saturday is KYGO 98.5 FM weekend takeover and the Haunted Mansion will be only $9.85. Regular prices will be $19 (Sunday through Thursday}, $22 (Friday and Saturday) and $25 for a VIP pass-meaning you can skip the line any day. The new and improved Haunted Mansion- which is equal parts live theater and scary funhouse-has been long awaited for too long, as far as the two Reinke brothers are concerned. “People would come to the store the last few years and say, ‘We don’t know what to do because this is our family tradition,”’ Chris Reinke said. The revamped journey

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Poncho was born at the Denver Zoo on Labor Day.

Denver Zoo welcomes new arrivals Labor Day weekend took on new meaning at Denver Zoo this past weekend with the births of a female Cape buffalo named Poncho and a rare, endangered male okapi calf named Romakari. Both calves are healthy and thriving under the protective care of their mothers, and being closely monitored by the zoo’s animal care and veterinary staff. Poncho, who was born on Monday morning to mom, Rain, is the second Cape buffalo calf to be born at Denver Zoo in recent months. Mabel, who is Rain’s granddaughter, arrived in early May, and is growing quickly and becoming more independent. Cape buffalo are found in southern and eastern Africa, and are known for being particularly territorial, protective and sizeable, with males weighing as much as 2,000 lbs. Poncho is already spending the majority of her time in the herd’s

outdoor habitat and is often easily viewable to visitors. Meanwhile, Romakari, who was born on Sunday afternoon to mom, Almasi, is currently being kept behind the scenes, where he will likely remain for at least a month until keepers are confident he’ll follow Almasi outdoors. Okapis look a like a cross between a zebra and giraffe with long necks, reddish bodies, black-andwhite striped legs, and long, purple prehensile tongues. They are native only to the Ituri Forest of the Democratic Republic of Congo and are listed as “Endangered” by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, primarily due to logging, human settlement and hunting. Romakari is the eighth okapi calf born at Denver Zoo and, like Poncho, the second of his species to be born at the Zoo in recent months.


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Centennial council opposes ballot initiative BY DORIS B. TRUHLAR GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

The Centennial City Council recently in a study session considered ballot initiatives that will be on the ballot in the Nov. 6 election, and indicated unanimously that it will recommend that voters cast their ballots against Initiative 108, which an assistant city attorney said would drastically and negatively impact local government. The council last year adopted a policy that permits it to take a position on certain ballot initiative questions. Previously, the council did not take a position on ballot measures. A vote of at least seven members of the ninemember council is required for the council to take a position on any initiative measure. The council’s position will be posted on the City of Centennial website, centennialco.gov. An initiative is a question on the ballot that has been initiated by obtaining the signatures of voters. Assistant City Attorney Jennifer Madsen was the presenter to the council. Initiative 108, which likely will have some other designation when it is on

the ballot, would amend the “takings” law in the Colorado Constitution to allow private property owners to sue state and local governments when the fair market value of their property is reduced by some government action. Madsen said in a written report that was also from City Attorney Robert Widner to the council that, if approved, the proposal would “turn takings law on its head and would require governments to compensate property owners for even the slightest decrease in property value.” The Colorado Municipal League is strongly opposing Initiative 108. Councilman Ron Weidmann stated that the initiative is a “bad idea” that would have “significant impact on the city.” The council also voted not to support Initiative 153, which would impose a 0.62 sales tax for 20 years to fund transportation projects across Colorado, with the revenues going 45 percent to the State Highway Fund, 15 percent to a Transportation Options Fund, and 40 percent to the Local Transportation Priorities Fund. Councilwoman Carrie Penaloza said she was “very reluctant” to take a position, and by a 5-4 vote

the council turned down the recommendation of the city attorney’s office to support the initiative. In other business, the council: Heard a report from Arapahoe County Sheriff Dave Walcher that his department is “going pink” to support breast cancer awareness and that the new Unified Metropolitan Forensic Crime Laboratory will have its grand opening Thursday, Sept. 27. Walcher also said that Littleton Adventist Hospital is doing “good work” related to breast cancer. The laboratory will be a partnership between Douglas and Arapahoe Counties, the City of Aurora, and the 18th Judicial District. Received a report from Arapahoe Sheriff Chief Glenn Thompson that the sheriff’s department has several investigations involving child pornography and/or internet luring of a child. Heard a report from South Metro Fire Rescue Chief Bob Baker that Station 32, under construction at South Quebec Street and East Arapahoe Road in Centennial, “should be done in October.” He also reported that a number of South Metro firefighters went to other states to fight forest fires this summer.

Englewood city manager resigns at end of meeting City Manager Eric Keck announced his resignation from the City of Englewood at the conclusion of the Sept. 4 regular meeting of the city council. His Eric Keck exceptional and innovative management style is attractive to both private and public entities, and recently Keck was made an employment offer he and his family could not refuse. Mayor Linda Olson asked Keck to reconsider, however, he believes the opportunity is the best use of his skills and talents. When Keck was hired, he had the vision and problemsolving skills that were just what was needed for the post-recession time. Keck’s energetic leadership infused the city with new vision. His people skills with city staff, residents, businesses and other metropolitan leaders had been more than admirable, according to Olson. Adding that his interactions with the council have been consistently reliable, honest, collegial and deeply informing. More important-

ly, he has endeared himself to the residents of Englewood. “Knowing that he would take the time to meet with anyone on any issue given me, as mayor, I had the confidence that our city was in caring hands. His service in both time and energy has set a high bar for anyone to follow. “Keck leaves a great legacy in several crucial areas of the city’s functions. Early on, Keck reorganized the city structure for personnel and cost-effectiveness. He reduced overhead while enhancing management sophistication and delivery of service. He worked tirelessly to enhance the level of safety services throughout the city, ensuring high-level fire and police infrastructure, capacity and outstanding personnel.” As for hiring a new manager, the Englewood’s City Charter leaves the authority for the selection process to the city council which will use various search methods to hire a replacement.


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Goodbye to Cleo, reprieve for Duffer Our family dog Cleo died last week. A small Pomeranian, she had that cute little face and beautiful reddish hair. She has been my son’s dog for years and he has been sharing the little dog with me as she aged to somewhere around 15 years old. She really became my pal. Morning and night, we would stroll in the yard together and she followed me around the house and sat by my chair in the evenings. I’ve had many dogs… larger Collies, Labs and one German Shephard. These male dogs lived outside the house and when I was a youngster one border collie was a constant ranch hunting companion. He was fearless and would tackle a badger face to face and win the fight, so brave and smart. But, I never had a 10-pound female house pet. She was very special. Everyday when I drive to work, I see dozens of people walking their dogs, sometimes two or three strolling along with large and small dogs of every size and breed. I can remember when I was in the old U.S.S.R. asking about why there were no dogs. I was simply told by our guide, “We don’t need them.” I’ve been in “dog mourning” all week missing the little lady of our household. Gerri vacuumed up the last remnant of her reddish hair from the carpet Sunday by my desk. I think it makes me feel better to write about her and to share my sorrow with all pet owners who have lost their furry friends. The sign in the Parker Animal Hospital reads, “Love Comes Wrapped in Fur.” Pet owners will relate to my grief and my sister-in-law mourned her parrot’s death for weeks. Birds live a long time and she had shared her life with Ripley for decades. My neighbor Chet has a lovely cat and lost his dog a few years ago. I shared my loss with a longtime friend and fellow newspaper publisher who lives in Sibley, Iowa and publishes a large weekly newspaper out of Sheldon. He and his wife Connie have a little dog named Duffer. We have been houseguests at their home several times and I’ve made friends with their little guy. I sent a message to Peter about the death of Cleo and he wrote a column about my dog related to his dog. Pet owners may find it heartwarming.

Dog spelled backward

by Peter Wagner. NW’Iowa Review

A publisher friend, living in another state, sent me an email Tuesday reporting the death of his dog. “Dear Peter,” he wrote, “my little dog Cleo died on my lap last night. She has been my constant companion for many years. She was always there greeting me at the door, resting beside my chair or sitting by my desk when I’m working on my columns. She was 15 years old and in failing health, but I’m really saddened by her passing. She was just a dog, but I really loved her little soul and feel I’ve lost a true friend. Take good care of your dog Duffer. Dogs are not just pets, they’re family.” The email couldn’t have come at a more perfect time. Just the evening before, about the time we were ready to go to bed, Connie and I had experienced a troublesome change in Duffer, our 11-year old dog. For some reason unknown to me, he has started occasionally relieving himself in dark places around our house. The only way we eventually became aware of each misdeed is that he then attempts to hide in places where we can’t physically reach him. Places like under the big, heavy, king-size bed in our bedroom. I think it is mainly an age and communications problem. Both of us are getting older. But it is tiring. He has been good about always going outside, or patiently waiting, for years. When we have him overnight at the lake he always tells me when he needs to go out. He simply sets himself down in front of me and stares deeply into my eyes until I reach for his leash. Still, every time we do go out, at either his suggestion or mine, he always does his duty both ways. We’ve actually come to both enjoy those early mornings, noon hour, late afternoon and bedtime walk. We follow a two-block circular path that takes us, and his bag of refuse, right past the facility dumpster minutes before reaching our unit door. I’ve tried to figure out what is different at home. My only guess is that the house is so much larger Duffer can’t as easily get my attention. I suspect however, it is also that from the beginning of our lake visits Duffer has been taught to control himself there. (Wagner’s have a condo at Lake Okoboji, home of

Why marriage is declining In last week’s Villager Joneen Mackpressure to marry their first sexual partenze had a very interesting article enner, which knocked away one reason for titled “Why Marriage” and since she marrying at all. wrote, “…the retreat from marSex, however, was not the BY MORT riage has huge implications for REMARKS MARKS only reason for the decline in us all.” I wondered why there marriage, there were a number has been such a large withof other factors that caused this drawal from marriage and why decline. this very important institution The fact that only two dehas been crumbling. cades ago it was expected that Many articles have been we would all get married, have written on this subject, and children, and live in a home there are a number of reasons with a beautiful garden. Today “marriage crumbling” has takyoung people may or may not en place, but the following are the main marry, but the choice is theirs, not bereasons. Back in the 1960s mothers still cause their parents are reminding them drilled it into their daughter’s heads that that they are getting older. Young people actually they needed marriage to avoid today are finding immense power in the the financial hardship and social stigma fact that they have a choice. of single parenthood. Ability to have a choice has led to Then in the 70s with the spread of people of all ages not wishing to lose permissive ideas, the availability of contheir independence, because marriage is traception, and the growth of feminism about give and take, and young people lifted the burden of shame from women today want to live life to the fullest and who chose to sleep with their boyfriends. not be bogged down by anyone or anyMost people felt under no great social thing.

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the famous university.) Connie and I know a family that has taught their dog to hang his paw on a bell hanging from the door when he wants to go out. Other pet owners tell me their dog barks when he has to go outside. Duffer only barks when he is finished and wants to come inside. I’ve asked him while unhooking his rope from his collar, why he can only bark to come in and never to go out? Duffer is what we used to call a mongrel and what today is called a designer dog. He is half Maltese and half Yorkie. We had him bred that way because we loved the Maltese we had before him. But we didn’t want to burden the new pup with constant comparisons to his predecessor. We expected Duffer to be a lapdog. Both his parents were very small. But Duffer, who was given that name because we live on a golf course, grew to a hefty 15 pounds. Still, he loves human contact and loves to sit bedside Connie in one of our big overstuffed chairs. He adores his humans and is most happy when he can stare you in the face, lick your hand express his love and be loved. What more can a person ask of a dog? Well, maybe that he wouldn’t occasionally poop in the house. Connie and I got so upset with his breaking the rules Monday we considered possibly finding him somewhere else to live. But I couldn’t do that any more than I could put a relative in the nursing home simply because they couldn’t feed or otherwise take care of themselves. Connie and I discussed our options agreed we’d always close the doors to certain less used rooms, watch the Duffer more closely and take him outside more often. Those were moves that would better protect our home but would be a major change for Duffer. I went to bed dejected and a little heartbroken. Then on Tuesday morning, I got my friend’s email. It was like God was using my friend to remind me of the joy, loyalty and companionship Duffer has provided the family almost from the day we first moved into our new home. We have, I read into the email, an obligation to this gift from God. I’m thinking our Creator also has a special place in His heart for the canine population. Maybe that is why dog spelled backward is God.

Another important reason for marriage decline is the fact that with the feminist movement, women have become increasingly reluctant to give up their careers to become housewives or stay-at-home mothers, both of which have become full-time and very often thankless jobs. When it comes to having children, marriage is no longer considered a necessity, because couples can have their own child or adopt a child and raise it together without caring what people may say about their actions. Today people of all ages have a tremendous need for their freedom to pursue their own particular interests, hobbies, and social engagements that may not involve their partners. Young people recognize the fact that they will not settle into a marriage merely because they feel that they had found someone “good enough,” because the time was right, or they had dated for a number of years. In spite of these trends that have caused a decline in the number of marriages to let people of all ages remember that marriage and growing old and sharing your life with someone can be beautiful.

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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!”

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Barbwire Bob

Ramblin’ around the corral with Bob Sweeney Camped out on the trail for several days watching the Supreme Court Justice hearings. Great lesson in civics from Judge Kavanaugh and I believe him to be a very fair and impartial judge. His knowledge of the law and our founding documents is impressive. I do believe that he will be a judge who will follow the law as written and while nominated by President Trump seems to be very fair-minded. *** Stopped by Charlie and Judy O’Neil’s Cherry Hills Farm home to meet and listen to Toren Mushovic, candidate for House District 3. Toren has an impressive resume graduating from the UCLA School of Law. Is a Lt. Commander in the Navy Reserves and served on active duty during the Iraq campaign. He is the chief operating and compliance officer of an innovative healthcare company. District 3 takes in Sheridan, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Cherry Hills and Centennial areas. Interesting there were two mayors supporting him at the event, Mayors Stephanie Piko and Ron Rakowsky and also fellow navy officer and candidate for Attorney General George Brauchler. His platform briefly is pragmatic and commonsense solutions that include fixing roads and bridges; competitive education that prepares students for the future and tackling unsustainable cost-of-living to ensure a continued thriving economy. TorenForColorao. com. *** Attended the monthly Arapahoe County GOP Breakfast Club that meets at Maggianos the first Wednesday morning of every month. There is a story

elsewhere in this week’s Villager about the program opposing Amendment 112. This is an amendment that has been defeated in prior years targeting natural gas and oil development across the state. If passed the state could lose an estimated 100,000 jobs, move energy companies out of Colorado, and have an estimated annual $30 billion-dollar adverse economic loss on Colorado. Both candidates for governor have come out opposing this bill. *** We’ll keep voters apprised on the ballot issues that have made the ballot with both pro and con positions. There are now two proposals to fix Colorado roads and bridges. Stay tuned for the various facts and opinions. Letters on these proposed amendments are welcome, limit them to 300 words or less. *** A plug for the Animal Emergency Specialty across from Costco on Parker Road adjacent to King Soopers. Had the occasion to take my ailing dog to this facility that handles emergency care staffed 24/7 with experienced emergency veterinarians. Really a first-class operation. aescparker.com. *** Thursday afternoon the City of Aurora held a reception for the new city manager, Jim Twombly. The wellattended event was held in the impressive atrium of the Aurora administration building serving the largest city in Arapahoe County. A long line of police, firemen, city staff and residents greeted the new manager who has moved from Tulsa where he was city manager.

Why veterans matter

The end of World War II allowed millions of veterans returned home to return to civilian life to enter universities and the expanding American workforce in a booming economy. New houses and factories needed to be built and retooled industry to transition from a war footing to meet the demands for automobiles, consumer goods and services. Young families needed housing, medical services and new schools. Jobs were plentiful, and veterans were eager to help rebuild America’s economy. For many returning veterans the appeal to continue to serve in leadership roles in public service opportunities in local, state and federal government was readily answered. Many young men and women ran for public office and the United States Congress began to be populated by hundreds of veterans from the war. Many veterans like John Kennedy, Bob Dole and Lyndon Johnson rose to prominent leadership positions and helped in rebuilding the ravages of the world war. Many veterans in Congress supported the implementation of the Marshall Plan that helped rebuild Europe and supported

$224,000 grant awarded to Hart Research Library to digitize newspapers

History Colorado has announced that it will continue to help Colorado tell its stories through historic newspapers in an effort made possible by a supplemental grant of $224,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities’ National Digital Newspaper Program (NDNP). History Colorado has actively collected, preserved, and provided access to newspapers since 1897, just two decades after the institution’s founding in 1879. Between 2018 and 2020, the Colorado Digital Newspaper Project will digitize approximately 100,000 pages of pre1923 Colorado newspapers and make them available for free to the public on the Library of Congress’ Chronicling America website.

Lapostolle Wines named winemaker for annual Wine in the Pines Founders Mike and Margaret Smith have announced that Lapostolle Wines will host the acclaimed winemaker’s Dinner at the 35th Annual Wine in the Pines. Held annually at the renowned Keystone Ranch Oct. 19 and 20, a AAA Four Diamond restaurant, Wine

Spectator DiRoNa winner, and recognized Best Restaurant in Colorado by the prestigious Zagat Survey. Genius Head chef Thierry Matamoros will demonstrate an exquisite balance of flavors and textures paired with exquisite Lapostolle wines. This 2018

spectacular five course dining experience will characterize the evening phenomenon, in recognition of 35 remarkable years. Tickets are available online at wineinthepines.org or locally starting Oct. 1, at Dillon Ridge Liquors in Dillon.

Vacancy on Open Space Advisory Board The City of Centennial is currently accepting applications to fill openings on the Open Space Advisory Board. The Open Space Advisory Boards assists the city in setting priorities for use of Open Space Funds and reviews and comments on individual open

space projects for park, trail and recreation use in the city. Terms are for a three year period for which a stipend of $25 per meeting will be paid to each attending board member. Meetings take place on the fourth Tuesday evening of each month at the Centen-

a new GI Bill to help veterans return to college or trade schools. They helped in the forming of new alliances like the North American Treaty Organization to protect Europe from the threat of an aggressive the Soviet Union. They supported the modernization of our armed forces to back up the U.S. commitment to our European allies and defend America during the Cold War from threats from the U.S.S.R. With the support of these military veterans in Congress, new policies emerged to lift the veil of pre-war isolationism to become a strong supporter in helping to spread democratic principles throughout the world. Veterans supported the development of international programs like the Peace Corps and many other international development programs to help Third World nations understand the economic fruits of capitalism and the benefits of democracy. With the help of veterans, many of these visions of a world free from the disastrous effects of the totalitarian dictators who nearly destroyed all of humanity was brought to fruition. World War II veterans who witnessed the devastation of

war helped lead and educate the American people about the need to preserve democratic principles and the importance of America’s leadership in the world. Today with the recent loss of Sen. John McCain, there is only a handful of young veterans in Congress to take leadership in promoting the principles of American leadership on the world stages like McCain so valiantly exhibited during his career. The principles of courageous leadership are sorely needed in the halls of Congress. Veterans who have served this nation with honor need to be encouraged to step forward to join the growing ranks of veterans who are committed to serving this nation in leadership roles as public servants to our democratic principles. America’s history is replete with military veterans who honorably served in public service positions like Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Kennedy. We must support veterans who are currently running for elected office. Our nation needs new and committed honorable leadership that can steer this nation back to the principles that made this country the world leader it once was.

nial Civic Center, 13133 East Arapahoe Road, Centennial. Applications may be obtained on the city website, or from the city clerk, 303-754-3302. Application deadline is Friday, Oct. 5, at 5 p.m.

Since 2016, History Colorado has been digitizing historic Colorado newspapers through the first award of the NEH-NDNP grant. By the end of this year, nearly 100,000 pages from 20 Colorado newspapers will have been scanned from microfilm and made into searchable digital files available through Chronicling America. The Colorado Digital Newspaper Project has made content available from the AfricanAmerican publication The Denver Star, later The Statesman; the Denver Jewish News and the Jewish Outlook; newspapers from Colorado’s Western Slope like the Delta Independent and Grand Junction’s Daily Sentinel; mining-town news from the Elk Mountain Pilot of Crested Butte; newspapers from towns on the Eastern Plains such as the Eastern Colorado Plainsman, Bent County Register, later the Lamar Register, and the Cheyenne Record from Cheyenne Wells; as well as the Cañon City Record, La Junta Tribune, Rocky Ford Enterprise and Ordway New Era. Digitization of the Meeker Herald, the New Era and North Park Union of Walden, the Springfield Herald and Trinidad’s Chronicle-News as well as the Greeley Tribune, Keota News, and Pueblo Chieftain

is currently in production and those pages will be available in the coming months. The digital newspaper pages have been and will continue to be added to one of Colorado’s best online resources, the Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection (CHNC). A service of the Colorado State Library, CHNC provides access to over 1.1 million pages of Colorado’s newspapers. “Colorado’s newspapers tell the stories of our communities. These papers cover historic events, but also the little stuff such as announcements of joy over marriages and births, winners of rodeos and high school football games,” says Kerry Baldwin, History Colorado’s Hart Research Library director. “We are grateful to have the opportunity to continue to help our communities access their stories.” Beginning this October, History Colorado will work with an advisory board to identify newspapers to be digitized over a two-year period, considering the historical and cultural significance of newspapers in History Colorado’s collection, as well as newspapers that represent Colorado’s ethnic, economic, and geographic diversity that are not yet accessible online.

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developed more than 10 million square feet of office and related space nationally and manage more than 700,000 square feet of office space in the Denver area. John Madden Company is a pioneer of commercial development in the Denver area. Since the company’s inception in the 1960s, it has been proudly family-owned and operated. “[These buildings are] emblematic of the distinctive architecture, thoughtful master planning and commitment to innovation and sustainability that defines the John Madden Company’s properties,” Dan Ivanoff, founding partner of Schnitzer West said. “The coming together of these two brands is a natural alignment as both companies are known for their best-in-class developments, dedication to quality environments which are operated with a premium focus on customer service. We look forward to continuing our strategic investment in the Denver area.” The property is part of the greater Denver southeast suburban (SES) submarket, Denver’s largest office market. The SES contains more than

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30 million square feet of office space and is home to the region’s largest concentration of corporate headquarters, including seven of the state’s nine Fortune 500 headquarters. With the acquisition of these properties, Schnitzer West now owns and/or manages more than roughly 1.4 million square feet of office space and adds to Schnitzer West’s regional development pipeline totaling approximately 1.6 million square feet in the Denver area. “Given Schnitzer West’s expertise and reputation in developing and managing best-in-class properties in

Seattle and Denver and the company’s focus on expanding its investment in the Denver area, we are thrilled with their decision to become a part of this great ‘portfolio’,” said John Madden, founder, chairman and president of the John Madden Company. “We believe Schnitzer West will extend and reinforce the quality and values the John Madden Company has established over the past 60 years.” “Denver’s southeast region has grown significantly and its combined highly-educated workforce, convenient public transportation hubs and nearby executive housing bases have made it an attractive compelling alternative to Denver’s central business district,” said Doug Zabel, investment partner for Schnitzer West. The John Madden Company is headquartered in Greenwood Plaza, a nationally acclaimed business park created by the company in Greenwood Village. Greenwood Plaza offers completely integrated real estate services, including land acquisition, asset management, project management, brokerage and leasing, tenant finish, construction management, and property management in the Denver area.

Centennial Mayor Stephanie Piko “turning on the power” for Ting internet service in Willow Creek Subdivision, Centennial, at a ceremony recognizing the furnishing by Ting of fast internet service in Centennial. Courtesy photo

Ting providing fast internet service in Centennial BY DORIS B. TRUHLAR GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

Ting and the City of Centennial recently recognized the providing of internet services in the Willow Creek Subdivision, with a ceremony recognizing Ike Herman, one of the first consumers to get fast internet service from Ting. The ceremony was in Herman’s front yard on East Jamison Circle South. Construction of a fiber network in Centennial began in late 2017 in Willow Creek, filings 1 and 2. It also has been underway in Walnut Hills and Hunter Hills Subdivisions. The goal of Ting and the city is to provide internet service to all of Centennial. Construction of the fiber “ring” around the city is ongoing. The master of ceremony for the event was Mark Gotto, Centennial City manager for Ting. Gotto noted that many people “are hungry” for fast internet ser-

vice and said that supplying fast gigabit service had taken “lots of hard work and ingenuity.” He recognized two Ting employees, Michael Garcia and Ryan Johnson, for their efforts. Centennial Mayor Stephanie Piko also spoke at the ceremony, noting that city officials “were excited” when approached by Ting about providing service. Getting the service in place has been getting “the right people in place at the right time,” she said. Piko thanked Ting and said the city was “ready for it to start up.” Bob Golden, president and chief executive officer of South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, said that his organization is “lucky to be in a very innovative city.” He characterized the relationship between the chamber and Ting as “a great partnership.” Herman also spoke and said that the advent of fast internet service “is very forward thinking.”

Attorneys: Will PGx testing be your Goldmine or your downfall? BY LES SIMPSON WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST

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ttorneys or medical malpractice insurance providers representing doctors, for malpractice, can gain clients by educating your doctors and get them to provide PGx testing. If you represent patients suing doctors, you might have your new Goldmine. So what is PGx testing? When we see the drug ads, they always give a list of side

effects. What they don’t tell you is the American Medical Association says 350 die daily from Adverse Drug Reaction and another 5000 enter the hospital. Fourteen years ago, the FDA approved a test called Pharmacogenetics (PGx), 30 mn video, www. tinyurl.com/ptppgx30, that minimizes the side effects, deaths and hospitalizations. The FDA has issued a black box warning on 200 drugs that they recommend

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the Area economic development teams welcome German Auto E-Mobility execs BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

On Aug. 29, Denver South EDP, together with Aurora Economic Development Council and Jefferson County Economic Development Corporation, held a luncheon meeting at the Hilton Inverness Hotel in Englewood to discuss international collaboration opportunities with executives of German E-Mobility clusters. The German-American Chamber of Commerce (GACC), based in Chicago, sponsored the event. Jessica Ferklass and Paul Maricle of GACC’s Chicago office welcomed the crowd by explaining the importance of E-Mobility in the future, as exemplified by electric vehicles and autonomous vehicles. Denver GACC executive director Natalia Wobst greeted the assembled Colorado executives, letting them know she is available to assist with business relationships in Germany. Matthew Bailey of Arrow Electronics and Colorado Smart Cities Alliance (Smart Cities) gave the keynote address. Bailey described Arrow Electronics, as a Fortune 500 company located in Centennial. It has 19,000 employees in 56 countries and annual sales of $27 billion. Arrow describes itself as a company that “brings technology solutions to a breadth of markets, including telecommunications, information systems, transportation, medical, industrial and consumer electronics.” In more practical terms, Bailey told the audience that Arrow manufactures, distributes or brings to market 1 million different products. Arrow has teamed up with Smart Cities to determine how to best utilize technology to address transportation. Smart Cities is a coalition that includes Arvada, Aurora, Boulder, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Greenwood Village, Littleton, Lone Tree, Longmont and Westminster. They account for 90 percent of Colorado’s population and 95 percent of its gross domestic product. The

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German E-Mobility experts, auto executives Holger Czuday, Oliver Schrader, and Dirk Vogel were brought to Denver by the Chicago-based German-American Chamber of Commerce.

Schrader said that if the United States continues on its current path of everyone driving gaspowered cars, the environProgram Chair Denver South EDP Managing Natalia Wobst is the executive ment will Director Lauren Masias is with Arrow director of the Denver office of the become so Electronics and Colorado Smart Cities German-American Chamber of polluted Alliance’s keynote speaker Matthew Bailey. Commerce. that cities Photos by Freda Miklin will not be can be predictive. organization is collaborating able to function as populaHe sees the future as one with business and our univertions grow. He said there is with electric vehicles used sities. Arrow is contributing technology available to adin cities that will have their an open data platform so that dress mobility in a sustainable own carbon net zero energy cities can conduct pilot proway, and that failure to use it micro-grids. He talked about grams with data they collect will result in chaos. He also the Go Centennial program to determine the best use of said that in Germany, like the designed to get people out of technology to address transU.S., there are many small their cars. The city partnered portation solutions statewide. and medium-sized companies with Denver South EDP and Arrow’s access to expertise who need government supLyft to address the “last mile” from 800 technology compaissue—getting people from nies will allow them to “play the light rail to their homes, a role in creating a vibrant community that’s competitive workplaces or shopping/ and has a forward plan to sus- restaurant destinations. The experiment demonstrated how tain population growth.” the system could work, but Bailey talked about curBailey again emphasized that, rent technologies already “There is no point in a city available, like Weathercloud looking at intelligent transporthat determines, records and tation systems without includshares weather data details in real time between vehicles on ing regional partner cities.” Solving problems regionally the road. He showed a photo saves everyone’s time and of a robot snowplow in Boulmoney. der. His overarching theme Bailey asked a panel of was the importance of cities working together as regions to German E-Mobility experts, Dirk Vogel, Oliver Schrader create intelligent transportation solutions. He emphasized and Holger Czuday their views on addressing transporthat collaboration is key to maintaining infrastructure that tation issues regionally.

port for innovation. Czuday agreed that solutions are not possible without the support of local governments working together. Vogel said that intelligent systems guarantee GDP growth. Looking 10 years into the future, Schrader noted that although he loves cars and hates to think about getting around without driving, his 16-yearold son is far less interested in driving. He said it is a very positive thing that young people are open to different modes of transportation like ride-sharing and mass transit. The panelists all agreed that electric vehicles will soon become the norm and that it would benefit everyone economically if companies on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean collaborated to find solutions to common problems. fmiklin.villager@gmail. com

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County Republicans hear about grave economic risks of Prop 112 BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

Both candidates for Colorado governor, Republican State Treasurer Walker Stapleton and Democratic U. S. Rep. Jared Polis have come out publicly against the passage of Proposition 112, which seeks to create 2,500-foot setbacks for new oil and gas drilling operations. At their regular monthly meeting at Maggiano’s DTC Sept. 5, members of the Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club heard Dan Haley, president of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, talk about the potential impacts on Colorado’s economy if Proposition 112 is passed by the voters in November. Founded in 1984, the Colorado Oil & Gas Association’s mission is to foster and promote the beneficial, efficient, responsible and environmentally sound development, production and use of Colorado oil and natural gas. “The U.S. is the top producer of oil and natural gas in the world,” Haley said, bigger than both Russia and Saudi Arabia. “Our country is now an exporter of oil and gas,” he continued. Although renewable energy is a good goal, Haley explained, there will still be a need for oil and gas in the foreseeable future. He described the industry as employing 36,000 people with average salaries over $100,000 and having a $32 billion statewide annual economic impact, including over $1 billion in state and local taxes. A study, The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of 2018 Initiative 97, (now called Proposition 112) was completed in July by the Common Sense Policy Roundtable,

Golden, who issued a letter approving its methods and calling it “a well thought out and comprehensive piece of research.” The startling conclusion of the study is that passage of Proposition 112 would result in up to 43,000 lost jobs in Colorado in 2019 and up to 147,000 in the decade to follow. Further assessing the impact of a 2,500-foot setback as described in Proposition 112, the report states that, “The direct loss in state and local tax revenue from new oil and gas activity, includDan Haley of the Colorado Oil ing from severance taxes, & Gas Association talked the property taxes, income taxdangers of about Proposition es, and sales and use taxes, 112. Photos by Freda Miklin would range from between a consortium of public and $201 million and $258 million private organizations that has in the first year, growing to been meeting monthly since between $825 million and $1.1 2013, “to provide Colorado billion by 2030.” lawmakers, policymakers, It goes on to say that, “A business leaders and citizens, change from the existing 500with greater insight into the foot setback requirement to a economic impact of public 2,500-foot requirement would policy decisions that face the eliminate between 62 percent state and surrounding regions.” and 80 percent of annual new The study was reviewed by oil and gas development in the two Ph.D.’s from the econom- state. By 2030, it would reduce ics and business division of the the total value of production Colorado School of Mines in in the state by between 54 per-

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cent and 70 percent. Reminding readers that,” The industry operates within some of the nation’s strictest regulations regarding safety, water monitoring and air quality,” the report further clarifies that only 23 percent of the jobs lost in the decade following passage of Proposition 112 would be in the oil and gas extraction industry. The great majority of the lost jobs, amounting to 77 percent of the total, would come from industries not directly related to energy production, specifically including retail, professional services, healthcare and construction. Supporting the economically disastrous findings of the Common Sense Policy roundtable study is an earlier study from 2016 by the University of Colorado’s Leeds School of Business, which found that, “a 2,500-foot setback would curtail accessible drilling locations by 90.2 percent.” Haley also pointed out that the onerous setback increase would impact private property mineral rights. The Colorado Alliance of Mineral and Royalty Owners represents the interests of over 600,000 mineral owners across the state. They strongly object to Proposition 112. In their opinion, “Oil and gas development would be effectively shut down in the state if [Proposition 112] passes and imposes a 2,500-foot setback on oil and gas development in Colorado.” While it is unarguably important that Coloradans who live, work, or play in proximity to oil and gas drilling operations must be kept safe, an overwhelming number of people and organizations believe that Proposition 112 is not the right way to ensure that that goal is achieved. fmiklin.villager@gmail.com

South Suburban seeks public input for new recreation complex South Suburban Parks and Recreation (SSPR) is planning a new recreation complex, which is proposed to include a fieldhouse, ice arena, gymnasium with Pickleball courts and district administration offices. An architect and contractor to design and build the complex have been hired. Perkins + Will is the architect leading the design team, and Adolfson and Peterson Construction is the construction manager/general contractor. The new facility will be nearly 200,000 square-feet. It will be built just southwest of East County Line Road, and South Holly Street. The complex is expected to open in 2020. The estimated project cost is $50 million. The project will replace the 50-year old South Suburban Ice Arena and the South Suburban Administration Office. SSPR wants ice, court and field users, as well as the general public to provide input on the new facility. The public is invited to attend two open housestyle public input meetings at Goodson Recreation Center, 6315 South University Boulevard, Centennial. Come learn about the facility and provide input on the proposed plans. The public can attend either open houses at the Goodson Recreation Center which will be Tuesday, Sept. 18, from 1-3 p.m. in room 8 or Thursday, Sept. 20, from 6-8 p.m. in room 5.


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Kirkland Museum of O’Leary honored with prestigious Fine & Decorative emeritus status by NAR BY ber of our team.” of O’Leary to the Art awarded a grant SUBMITTED DOUGLAS LIERLE O’Leary has been a top NAR earlier this Stephen producing broker since 1978. year, which was O’Leary, an subsequently acHe has been recognized by from Bloomberg award-winning cepted. Denver-based Real Trends as a Kirkland will participate in $43 million program Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art announced Sept. 5 that they have been awarded a grant from the Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Arts Innovation and Management (AIM) program. The invitation-only program seeks to strengthen the organizational capacity and programming of small and midsize cultural organizations within Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Denver, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. Through the $43 million multi-year initiative, Bloomberg Philanthropies will provide unrestricted general operating support as well as arts management training in areas that include fundraising, strategic planning, marketing and board development. Hugh A. Grant, founding director and curator of Kirkland Museum, states,

“Kirkland Museum is immensely grateful to be a recipient of a grant from Bloomberg’s Arts Innovation and Management program. Their support will help us continue to promote Colorado’s distinguished art history by increasing our educational programming and member events, expanding our community outreach and broadening our impact in the Denver arts community.” AIM targets arts nonprofits because of the vital role that they play in building communities, driving local economies and supporting artists. “The arts inspire people, provide jobs and strengthen communities,” said Michael R. Bloomberg, founder of Bloomberg Philanthropies. “This program is aimed at helping some of the country’s most exciting cultural organizations reach new audiences and expand their impact.”

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Homeland security boss Nielsen applauds Colorado’s election security BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams has achieved a national reputation as being ahead of the curve on election security. He proudly told the Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club at its Sept. 5 meeting that The Washington Post had named Colorado the safest state in which to vote. Williams shared some of the actions he has taken to achieve that distinction since being elected to his current position in 2014. He first installed a new system that creates paper ballots to back up every vote. Then he adopted a risk-limiting audit procedure in which a random selection

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DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen talks about election security to election officials from throughout Colorado.

rity (EPIC).” 300 election officials from nearly every Colorado county, along with the secretaries of state of New Jersey and New Mexico and the executive director of the National Association of Secretaries of State, participated in a half-day of realistic disaster exercises involving hacking, rumors and various cyber-threats, designed to test officials’ abilities to anticipate and deal with real and perceived emergencies that could occur on Elec-

tion Day. Election staff members from different counties were assigned to teams with other staff members they didn’t know, and jobs were assigned differently from employees’ regular duties. Teams had to work together to tackle continuously reported emergencies, real and rumored. Moderating the groups were cybersecurity experts and Homeland Security (DHS) officials, including David Stern, a member of the state, local, tribal, and territorial exercise team that travels across the country, working with state and local election officials on procedures to guard against cyber-attacks. To make it more realistic, organizers used staff to portray concerned citizens and demanding journalists, badgering state and county election officials about what was happening and what they were going to do about it. The keynote lunchtime speaker was kept under wraps, so it was a surprise when DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was introduced and entered from a side door. She emphasized that her department is constantly focused on potential threats to U.S. elections, and claimed there is no evidence of cybersecurity threats at the level that was seen in 2016. She reminded local officials that DHS offers in-depth vulnerability assess-

Sec. of State Wayne Williams organized election disaster training for 300 county clerk employees.

ments. She complimented Colorado’s use of a statewide risk audit and its overall excellent voter security, saying “Colorado is one of our most engaged partners.” Williams asked Nielsen what she saw as the future model of elections. She named hyper-connectivity and E-Government, saying that people would vote from their smart-phones, once the security risks could be resolved. fmiklin.villager@gmail. com

Most voters cast ballots via mail, not in person BY DORIS B. TRUHLAR GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

Only about 5 percent of Arapahoe County voters actually go to the polls, according to Arapahoe Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane. The overwhelming majority, 95 percent, vote by absentee ballots, which are sent to all voters. Crane spoke to the Centennial City Council at its meeting Sept. 4. He also provided information for voters regarding the upcoming Nov. 6 election. Ballots will go out starting Sept. 27, to overseas voters, including members of the military. Unless voters are overseas, ballots will be received by mail in midOctober. Additionally, Crane said: • Centennial makes up 21 percent of Arapahoe County voters. • In 2016, Smoky Hill Library was the busiest voting location. It has been the busiest since 2008.

• Overall, in Arapahoe County, unaffiliated voters are 37 percent of voters, with Democrats 33 percent and Republicans 27 percent. In comparison, in Centennial, while unaffiliated voters also are 37 percent, Republicans make up 34 percent of voters, with Democrats at 28 percent. • There are 26 elective seats on Arapahoe County ballots and also numerous judge retentions. There also are 13 “questions” on the ballot. He said, “voter fatigue is real,” and evidenced by some voters who fail finish to vote in all races and issues. • Goodson Recreation Center, at 6315 S. University Blvd. will return as a voting center this year. • Arapahoe County voters do not have to go to their neighborhood voter centers. They can go to any of the voting centers in Arapahoe County.

• The last day to register to vote and get a ballot via mail is Oct. 29. The recommended deadline to mail a ballot is Oct. 30. • Voting centers will be open starting Oct. 22 and remain open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Additionally, voting centers will be open Saturday, Oct. 27, and Saturday, Nov. 3, from 9 a.m.to 3 p.m. • On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6, and Monday, Nov. 5, voting centers will be open from 7 a.m.to 7 p.m. Complete election information is available at arapahoevotes.com. This includes a list of voting locations, including 24-hour ballot boxes and indoor ballot box locations. Additionally, more information may be obtained by calling the Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder’s Office, Elections Division, at (303) 795-4511 between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. or emailed to elections@arapahoegov.com.


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Rockies hold on to lead in tight Division battle BATTERUP

on the list of RBI contributors The Rockies fought their with 20 homeruns and 78 RBI. way through a tough week, An interesting side note to sweeping the Giants in a threegame series at Coors Field, then the Rockies offensive producdropping two of three tion can be seen by games to the Dodgers looking at the home/ over the weekend. It road splits. At home has become a battle they have hit a total of royal between the 93 homeruns while reRockies, the Dodgers cording 256 extra base and the Diamondbacks hits. On the road they to capture the Western have hit 88 homeruns BY B.T. GALLOWAY Division title. It now while recording 203 comes down to the last extra base hits. So 20 games of the regular season much for the “light air� homewith seven-games left with the run myth of Coors Field advanDiamondbacks and three more tage. Where the Rockies have with the Dodgers. the advantage at home is not The Rockies offense will be in launching homeruns but in a key in this final push. There driving balls into the gaps in the have been some personal funks most expansive outfield in the lately but overall the key playmajor leagues. In order to grab that Diviers are delivering. Nolan Aresion title which has eluded the nado is currently batting .297 team for 25 years, the offense with 32 homeruns and 95 RBI. Trevor Story has been a star at will have to pick up the pace. the plate batting .293 with 31 But the primary requirement homeruns and 96 RBI (includwill be continued excellence from the young starting rotaing a three-homer game in Wednesday’s 5-3 win over the tion and their backups in the Giants). Although the “experts� bullpen. German Marquez and Kyle Freeland have consistently continue to criticize his perforperformed well into the seventh mance, Ian Desmond despite a inning. Tyler Anderson, Antobatting average of .230 is third

Receiver appointed in securities case against Dragul

Denver District Court Judge Martin Egelhoff has granted an order of preliminary injunction in the case of Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome versus Gary Jule Dragul, 55, of Cherry Hills Village. Egelhoff also appointed receiver Harvey Sender to immediately take over management of all assets controlled by the defendant. “The appointment of a receiver is an important step for the victims of the defendant’s alleged fraudulent activity as it relates to his real estate businesses,� Rome stated. “This will allow the court-appointed receiver to identify, locate and maintain any remaining assets so that they can eventually be returned to the people who we suspect were taken advantage of and lost money through these dealings.� A complaint for injunction and other relief filed on behalf of the commissioner by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office alleged between 2008 and 2015, Dragul sold more than $52 million worth of interests in 14 different limited liability companies to approximately 175 investors. Investments were primarily sold in the form of membership interests in these LLCs that ac-

nio Senzatela and even John Gray have been disturbingly inconsistent. Their problems so far have been covered by offensive production and a tough bullpen, particularly the “O Boys� – Seunghwan Oh, Scott Oberg and premier set up man Adam Ottavino who should receive serious attention for the comeback player of the year award. Recently the real plus has been the solid performance of Scott Oberg. Not many people are aware that Scott leads all Rockies relievers with 200 appearances since 2015. After rejoining the team, he had a rough April but since May he has a 6-0 record with a 1.24 ERA, the lowest ERA among National League relievers with a minimum of 25 innings during that time. So here we go. This week features a crucial four-game series at Coors Field with the Arizona Diamondbacks. On the weekend the Rockies will travel to San Francisco for their final three-games of the season with the Giants. btgalloway@villager publishing.com

quired commercial real estate using investor funds and loans. One such venture was the Plaza at the Mall of Georgia, which Dragul, through an LLC purchased in 2008 for $25.9 million. Documents provided to investors allegedly contained minimal information and virtually no disclosure of the risks associated with commercial real estate investments. Despite selling the property in April 2017 at a significant profit, it is alleged that Dragul failed to inform individual investors of the sale and continued making monthly distribution payments to these individuals, leading them to believe that the LLC in which they invested still owned the property. To date, individual investors in the plaza project have not received a return of principal resulting from the sale of the property. Dragul has been ordered to turn over information on all real estate property, accounts, books, records, and information of any kind related to his LLCs. As part of the granted preliminary injunction, Dragul is prohibited from engaging in any securities-related business in Colorado, destroying any records related to the case, and all assets are frozen.

Intergenerational entrepreneurship: It’s the “new� normal

BY CHRISTA WARD 4GENNOW SENIOR RESEARCHER

We aren’t exactly “jumping the shark� when we suggest that generations can work together successfully. There is a wealth of research on cross generations in the workforce and generational partnering that tells us they’ve been doing it side-by-side for years. Why should it be considered the “new� normal now? Well, it’s all in the way you package it. As I mentioned in my last article, our workforce is full of baby boomers and Gen X-Z finding ways to work together successfully. Today’s business climate positions intergenerational entrepreneurs in a great place to achieve success. There are a few reasons why we should view intergenerational partnering as the “new� normal. It connects thinkers and doers Generally speaking, baby boomers tend to have more work experience. Gen Xers tend to be results-oriented. Millennials are seen as more collaborative. Members of Gen Z are more resourceful. Each group brings valuable characteristics to the

table. As generational entrepreneurs enter into a partnership, it is important to think of these traits as individual pieces of one pie not as a battle ground. These unique traits can promote a sense of community linking those who think about things and those who can get things done. Intergenerational partnering challenges entrepreneurs to capitalize on what unifies rather than divides. The integration of ideas fosters growth and understanding. Millennials, before you dismiss the contributions of baby boomers and Gen Xers, think about how their results-oriented traits and experience will help you to reach your business objectives. Baby boomers and Gen Xers, think of the ways in which having the mindset of a rookie or a member of Gen Y and Z might help you to be more innovative and see things with a fresh set of eyes. It leads to success In the marketplace, organizations who capitalize on generational diversity succeed. Airbnb and McGivney Global Advisors are two great examples. Airbnb co-founders Brian Chesky, Joe

Gebbia and Nathan Blecharczyk are millennials but when they needed to take their idea to the next level, Chesky reached out to “old school� 52-year-old baby boomer and hotel entrepreneur, Chip Conley. Conley admittedly didn’t have the tech savvy of a millennial, but he had industry experience and wisdom that added value to the company. Airbnb is now a company with more than 300 million guest arrivals across more than 81,000 cities and 191 countries. On a different scale, McGivney Global Advisors is also an example of intergenerational partners working successfully. William McGivney and Jennifer Hinkle are three decades apart, but they formed a partnership that works. In her article, Hinkel suggests that it’s all about the approach generational partners take. One of the ways she suggests their partnership is successful is because she and William bring different business connections to the table. The connections they both make among their industry peers allow for greater audience reach. Hinkle says she sees their generational

            

                 

It promotes diversity It is also important to look at intergenerational entrepreneurship from a broader perspective. Having founders that represent different generations shows that the company/organization sees the bigger picture. Diversity of thought is invaluable to intergenerational partnering and successful work environments. People who think alike can only take a business so far. Peter Adams, executive director of Rockies Venture Club suggests that multigenerational businesses are more attractive to venture capitalists because the teams have more to offer. He notes that multigenerational teams are more likely to consistently examine facts and encourage scrutiny of each member’s actions. Having a generationally diverse team extends beyond the walls of the business. Entrepreneurs need to recognize that having an intergenerational partner is a good idea because they are dealing with a multigenerational marketplace. Their customers are diverse. This type of partnering

is about more than just profit. It’s about looking past what divides to instead, unite entrepreneurs to create business and services that are more attractive to their target audiences.

Conclusion Intergenerational partnering is a way to connect, succeed and make an impact but it’s also a necessity. Entrepreneurs are facing a few harsh realities about generations in the workplace. The fastest growing group in the workforce are what Generational Expert, Amy Lynch calls people in their fourth quarter careers aka people over 65. The average age of successful entrepreneurs especially in an industry such as tech is changing. Generations working together is not just a desire, it’s a must. To hear more of Peter Adams’ thoughts on why angel investors prefer to invest in multigenerational teams and Amy Lynch’s generational tips, reserve your spot now at the second annual 4GenNow Power Partners Summit on October 12th at the University of Colorado, South Denver.

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New addition to GV Skatepark is opened to skaters and the community BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

On Sept. 8, the ribbon was cut for the new addition to the William McKinley Carson Skate Park at 6000 S. Quebec Street in Greenwood Village. The idea for the addition came from the community of skate park users, who approached Greenwood Village parks and trails officials about the possibility of adding “street elements,” such as rails, stairs and boxes to the park. Suzanne Moore, director of the parks, trails and recreation department, saw an opportunity to apply for a grant from Arapahoe County Open Spaces to help achieve the community’s goal, and the rest is history. The city added $32,500 to the $97,500 grant from the county, and the project got underway. In the best tradition of government,

90 interested local residents came to two public input meetings to offer their ideas for the addition, and those ideas were incorporated into the final design. Larry and Devora Deutsch, who were longtime residents of the Greenwood Hills neighborhood, before relocating to California, got involved because they wanted to honor their son Andrew. He was a passionate person and an even more passionate skater. The Deutsch family contributed time, loving care and resources to the project, which now includes the etched words, “Andrew Deutsch…Roll On Forever.” Larry, Devora, their daughter and son-in-law, and three grandchildren attended the ribbon cutting and thanked the community for its support. Also, on hand was GV police officer Alden Langert, who first told the city about the

Deutsch family’s wishes. The grand opening drew more than 100 people, evenly split between interested residents and skate park users. The city gave away 60 new skateboard decks and dozens of baseball caps and t-shirts with the logo, “Roll Model Skateboards,” a Deutsche family project in Deutsch’s memory. Jim and Joanie Horton are longtime friends of Larry and Devora Deutsch. They told The Villager that they came to honor their friends and were happy that they could do so. William McKinley Carson park and skate park are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., subject to daylight hours. It is reserved for users aged 12 and under on Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. fmiklin.villager@gmail. com

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Aviva, Danielle, Paul and Asher Dobson (Eitan Dobson not pictured) are standing next to mother Devora Deutsch. Standing behind the family are GV City Councilman Tom Dougherty, GV Mayor Pro Tem George Lantz, dad Larry Deutsch, and Arapahoe County Commissioner Kathleen Conti, who was happy to see county open space funds used for this great project.


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The Carillon at Belleview Station opened this summer.

There is a skylight lounge for relaxation and visiting.

The Carillon at Belleview Station A new option for seniors BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

Opened in late July, The Carillon at Belleview Station in Denver offers 140 full-service senior apartments and 24 memory-care units at 4855 S. Niagara Street. The Villager met with Barb Bossi, Carillon’s community relations representative for a tour. The building is open, airy, clean and warm, with interest-

living services, which are billed separately from their rent. Memory care units are smaller, with no kitchen. Rent is less, but assisted-living services are generally more expensive, due to higher needs. Though living units are generally paid for with personal funds, long-term care insurance may pay for assistedliving services. Carillon is giving three to eight tours daily to potential residents. Some residents are singles while some are couples. With

The menu includes pizza, burgers and mushroom strudel.

ing and modern décor. Hallways are wide and easy to negotiate. Common areas are inviting, and staff is friendly. Designed to accommodate active seniors who could benefit from on-site amenities and activities, as well as assisted-living services if necessary, the Carillon works with all new residents to carefully assess and provide for their individual needs, based on their lifestyle and medical condition. Most apartments have one or two bedrooms, a full kitchen, private bathroom, washer and dryer. Some units have balconies. Rents range from $4,000 to $8,000 per month and includes expanded basic cable TV (no premium channels), all utilities and Wi-Fi. There is a standard one-time non-refundable movein fee equal to one month’s rent, but sometimes they offer special promotions. A $1,000 deposit will hold an apartment at the Carillon, which is applied when the tenant moves in. Apartment prices vary depending on size, layout and location. Rents, prorated based on move-in date, include weekly housekeeping, though additional cleaning services are available for a fee. If and when they are needed, residents can receive assisted-

couples, it is not uncommon that one partner has greater needs than the other. Every apartment is licensed for assisted-living services, so Carillon is designed to accommodate residents aging in place. There is a registered nurse in the building during regular hours and one on-call 24/7. Staff is trained to be responsive to the personal needs of residents. Carillon has a full-service restaurant and a bistro, open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for residents and their guests, including a private dining room for family celebrations. The Villager met the chef, who, along with his executive sous

chef and two cooks, changes the restaurant menu regularly to accommodate the needs and preferences of residents. While residents pay for meals in the restaurant and bistro, the prices are about half what regular restaurants would charge. Several of the menu items were tried and they were all excellent. Bossi said that the staff is very cognizant of the importance of residents eating regularly to get necessary nutrition, so the Carillon includes a monthly allowance of $300 per person for the restaurant or bistro in the regular monthly rent. Offering a full-time activities director, gym with a personal trainer and classes, table games, speakers, a theater room, and a driver available to take residents where they want to go, the facility aims to provide the 55-andover crowd with what they want and need. A wheelchair accessible bus is on order for the facility. Carillon partners with senior organizations who provide programs like speakers on elderlaw, financial planners, and law enforcement officers who teach about how to recognize schemes designed to take advantage of unsuspecting seniors. They also have reliable referrals for senior movers, who help incoming residents pack, move and even send some of their possessions to family members in other states. The Carillon at Belleview Station is the second property by that name in Colorado, managed by the Leisure Care company from Seattle, Wash. The other Carillon is in Boulder. Leisure Care was founded in 1976 and operates 43 similar-type facilities in 15 states. fmiklin.villager@gmail.com

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ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT Chasing 360 at the Curtis Center for the Arts

Sept. 8-Oct. 27. Sept. 29, 1 p.m., Juror’s Talk. Relate to and draw comfort from as their work deviates from the original vision into what it ultimately become. From the point of view of five Colorado-based artists, Kristen Abbott, Deidre Adams, Molly Berger, Jessica Magee and Julia Rymer, Chasing 360 explores the full magnitude of the artistic and creative process. Each artist in the exhibition will share the impetus and meaning that exists in their work and how it comes to be. Info: 303-7086110.

Tesoro’s 1830x Rendezvous and Spanish Colonial Art Market

Sept. 15, 16, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Admission $5, children 12 and under free. Purchase awardwinning art on the grounds of The Fort. Info: TesoroCulturalCenter.org

History Colorado Lecture Series

Sept. 17, 1 and 7 p.m. “A Call to Restore the Gray Wolf to Colorado.”Tom Wolf and Diana Tomback, Rocky Mountain Wolf Project. Dynamic speakers covering an array of topics at the History Colorado Center on the third Monday of each month. for upcoming lectures visit historycolorado.org/adult-visitors/lectures.

Latin Beats: Sonidos De Las Americas Concert

Sept. 20, 7 p.m. The Mexican Cultural Center and the Colorado Symphony are in partnership with Telemundo Denver, a unique, free community concert celebrating Latin cultures influence of sound in the Americas at Boettcher Concert Hall. Traditional, classical, and contemporary music and guest artists. The free tickets will be available on Thursday, Sept. 6 at the Box Office in Boettcher Concert Hall - hours 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Info: 303-331-0172.

Mel Brooks Live: Back in The Saddle Again

Oct. 6, 2 p.m. An exclusive inside look at his

storied career and the making of the legendary and groundbreaking move Blazing Saddles, considered one of the top comedy films of all time will be presented on the big screen followed by a live conversation and audience Q&A with Mel Brooks himself. Pre sale tickets on sale at AXS.com or call 888-929-7849. The event will be held at Bellco Theatre, 700 14th St., Denver.

Littleton Symphony Orchestra Concert Oct. 12, 7:30 p.m. The 2018/19 season: From New York to Moscow. Their first concert: Lenny’s 100th Birthday. In honor of Leonard Bernstein’s birthday, the Overture to Candide, followed by his ballet, Fancy Free. Birthday toast from Maestro de Lemos followed by the Dance Suite from West Side Story. Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura, St., Littleton. Info: 303-933-6824.

CLASSES EDUCATION

Innovation Series

Sept. 13, 8-9:30 a.m. for a free breakfast to kick off the series. Join Denver South Economic Development Partnership, in coordination with Innovators International for a timely new series focusing on Innovation in the Denver South Corridor. Engage with your innovation peers in the Denver South region, pose challenges you are currently tackling in your role, and learn from more than a decade of experience from Innovators International. RSVP: Eric Byington - eric@denvershouthedp. org. Location if 304 Inverness Way A #315, Englewood, 3rd floor.

EVENT

The Morgan Adams Concourse d’ Elegance

Sept. 8, 6-10 p.m. at TAC Air and CenturyLink Hangars, Centennial Airport, 7425 S. Peoria Circle, Englewood. Proceeds to benefit kids with Cancer. View the rare and spectacular showcase of vintage automobiles, motorcycles and airplanes. Tickets: 303-758-2130.

High Line Canal Conservancy Dogs & Donuts Sept. 8, 8-10 a.m. A free community

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gathering at 16000 E. Centretech Parkway, Aurora. Enjoy complimentary coffee, donuts & Santiago’s breakfast burritos at the dog-friendly event. The High Line Canal Conservancy mission is to preserve, protect and enhance the 71 mile long canal in partnership with Denver Water and the public.

8th Annual HOOTenanny Owl and Music Festival

Sept. 12-15, The Audubon Society of Greater Denver event. Discover the secret life of owls through owl workshops, night hikes, live owl encounters, crafts, educational activities and informational displays. The HOOTenanny Saturday, Sept. 15, is designed with all ages in mind and takes place at the Audubon Nature Center at Chatfield State Park, 11280 Waterton Road, Littleton. Registration: www. denver audubon.org or all 303-973-9530. Proceeds support educational programs and activities at at the Audubon Center at Chatfield.

School Safety

Sept. 14, 9 a.m. Learn about Sheriff Dave Walcher’s priorities for school safety. All political parties encouraged to attend. He has served at the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office since 2009. RSVP: jennifer.churchfield@gmail.com. Info at facebook.com/ events/2037668446243668.

AARP Free Day

Sept. 14, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Denver Botanic Gardens.

Schatzi’s Oktoberfest at Bega Park In Littleton

Sept. 14-16, Sept. 14, 6-10 p.m.; Sept. 15, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Sept. 15, Wedding of the Prince and Princess at 11 a.m.; Sept. 16, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. Free admission to enjoy German eats and treats, contests, dancing, and Paulaner beer imported from Germany and family-friendly activities. Saturday, Sept. 15, the Munchner Kind will lead the opening ceremony parade. The official proclamation and tapping of the ceremonial keg will follow with “O’zapft is.” Moustache competitions, stein hoisting competitions, dirndl maid run, dachshund race, stick horse competition, German bands and dancing, traditional big pretzels, bratwurst and other fare. Info: SchatzisOktoberfest.com Produced by the Mile High Rodeo Assoc., a nonprofit organization comprised by volunteers

Continued from Page 4 A reception was held Sept. 6 at the Aurora City Hall for the new city manager, Jim Twombly seen here with Aurora mayor Bob LeGare.

who are passionate about all things rodeo and western.

Putin’s Russia

Sept. 17, 2 p.m. Join Active Minds at Bemis Public Library to examine the story of Russia under the influence of Vladimir Putin. The library is located at 6014 S Datura St., Littleton. Info: 303-795-3961.

Pixelated: Sculpture by Mike Whiting

Through 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.

Step Denver’s 35th Anniversary Oct. 9, 5-6 p.m. - VIP Reception; 6-7 p.m. Film Chasing the Dragon: Life of an Opiate Addict followed by a panel and Q&A following the film. Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, 1550 Court Place. Tickets: 720-439-8487 or jfouts@ stepdenver.org.

FUNDRAISER

TLC Meals on Wheels

“Feed 50 Clients for 50 Weeks” campaign. Goal to raise $62,000 on their 50th Anniversary in serving the South Metro Denver Community. Go to tlcmealsonwheels.org to donate.

Barn Party and Trail Walk to Benefit Cherry Hills Land Preserve

Sept. 15, 6:30-10 p.m. at Rady Barn. Live music, fall fare, hosted bar and silent art auction. Casual Western Attire and valet parking. $125 per person through Aug. 31. $150 starting Sept. 1. Tickets: CherryHillsLandPreserve. org Questions? Call 303-578-3548. Sept. 16, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Trail Walk. RSVP: CherryHillsLandPreserve.org with a suggested donation of $10.

Anchor Center For Blind Children Benefit

Sept. 22, 5:30-9:30 p.m. at the J-5 Equestrian Center, 6900 S. Platte Canyon Road, Littleton. Equestrian/Western Chic: Wedges, flats or boots are recommended. No Spiked heels. Entertainment by Chris Daniels and The Kings. Honorary Chairs: Pamela and James Crowe. Event Chairs: Maria and Lee Kunz. $150/person. Purchase tickets at anchorcenter.org/sunsetrsvp Questions: Call 303-777-9732 x 156.

Fundraising Hide - Wag ’n Trail

Sept. 22, 8 a.m. - noon at Glendale Farm Open Space in Douglas County. Hikers can enjoy the 1.6-mile hike with their pups, a beer garden, silent auction, dozens of pet-related vendors, food trucks, music, adoptable dogs and access to a five-acre, off-leash dog park before or after the festivities. An event of the Dumb Friends League. Registration is $50 and includes a downloadable event photo of you and your dog, a photo frame, a bag of Hill’s Science Diet Treats, craft beer or root beer and ice cream for you and your pup. Contribute an additional $25 and receive a Wag ’n Trail event shirt and dog bandana. Register at wagntrail. org.

22nd Annual Sunset In The Country

Sept. 22, 5:30-9:30 p.m. J-5 Equestrian Center, 6900 S. Platte Canyon Rd., Littleton. Equestrian/Western Chic. Entertainment by Chris Daniels and The Kings. Honorary Chairs, Pamela and James Crowe; Event Chairs, Maria and Lee Kunz. A benefit for Anchor Center for Blind Children. Hors d’oeuvres, drinks, dinner, dancing and auction. RSVP by Aug. 31 at anchorcenter.olerg/sunsetrsvp Questions: 303-388-9732;156.

Clothes To Kids of Denver Blue Jean Bash

Aurora police chief Nick Metz, Mayor Pro-tem Marsha Berzins, councilman Johnny Watson, new city manager Jim Twombly, and councilman David Gruber.

Sept. 22, 6 p.m., appetizers & gourmet food stations, silent auction, music by Montbello Drumline and Cocktail jazz; 8 p.m. program 9 p.m. After-party, Music provided by The Bourbonites. Colorado Cocktail. Dress up your favorite jeans or dress down your fancy frock. Tickets: 720-379-4630.

Make-A-Wish Annual Kickball Tournament

Sept. 29. Join the Young Professional Group of Make-A-Wish Colorado for their 14th Annual Kickball Tournament presented by Digicomm International Inc. at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park at 6000 Victory Way, Commerce City. Groups of 11-15 players will get together for a fun competitive game of kickball while raising money to grant the wishes of children with critical illnesses. Food, prizes, and a trophy for the kickball winner. Register your team at kickball wish.org

The Women’s Foundation of Colorado Annual Luncheon

Oct. 10 at Colorado Convention Center. Special guest is sports icon and activist Billie Jean King. Raise funds to support the economic advancement of Colorado women and their families. Info and purchase tickets: wfco.org.

OPEN HOUSE

Prospective Family Information at Aspen Academy Sept. 14. Register for this session. Experience Aspen Academy’s unique and innovative educational model. Watch student performances at the infamous AMP’d show; talk with students, families and faculty directly about their experiences; take a tour of the campus, classrooms, studios and and meet directly in a robust Q&A with Elementary and Middle School Directors. To register or schedule a private tour contact Kate Fuge, enrollment manager at 303-346-3500 x 125 or kate.fuge@ aspenacademy.org.

SANCTUARY

Blessing of the Animals at Wellshire Presbyterian Church

Sept. 23. Bring your scaly, furry and feathery friends to receive a special blessing from the pastors. Sept. 29 and 30. Faith and Sexuality - God Made You Good. Workshop on faith and sexuality for kids and their parents. RSVP: child care@wpcdenver.org.

SERVICE CLUBS

Englewood Rotary Annual Fall Harvest Wine Tasting

Sept. 21, 6 p.m. The event supports the education and well-being of young people with college scholarships, leadership training, school supplies and clothing. They also assist military veterans (and their families) in financial need. Wine tasting at The Guild, 3435 S. Inca St., Suite C, Englewood. Wine education and silent auction. $50/person, payable at rotaryclubof englewood.org or at the door. RSVP: to Ed: edkoinc@comcast.net.

VOLUNTEER NEEDED

Littleton Symphony Has Openings

Volunteer openings: Assistant Concertmaster, Principal Bass, Second Trombone, Assistant/ Utility Horn and All strings section musicians. Auditions will be held by appointment. For audition requirements visit littletonsymphony. org Info: Call Bobbi Jones at 303-989-4727 or info@littletonsymphony.org.

WHAT’S NEW?

Kantorei has a new executive director

Steve Grupe comes from St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, Opera Omaha and the Dener Center for the Performing Arts. Kantorei is a premier choral ensemble comprised of volunteer singers under the direction of Artistry Director Joel M. Rinsema. Kantorei frequently performs at major choral conventions across the U.S. Offices are located at 8200 S. Quebec St., A-3 #776 in Centennial.

Global Down Syndrome Foundation Office Moved

The Global Down Syndrome Foundation and Anna and John J. Sie Foundation, and AJS Ventures, LLC and East 2nd Ave. Investors, LLC have moved to 3239 E. 2nd Ave., Denver 80206.


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Financial aid for family caregivers SAVVYSENIOR

Dear Savvy Senior, Do you know of any resources that help family caregivers monetarily? I have to miss a lot of work BY JIM MILLER to take care of my elderly mother and it’s financially stressing me.

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Dear Stretched, Caring for an elder parent can be challenging in many ways, but it can be especially difficult financially if you have to miss work or quit your job to provide care. Fortunately, there are a number of government programs, tax

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breaks, and other tips that may be able to help you monetarily while you care for your mother. Here are some options to explore.

State assistance: Most states have programs that help lowincome seniors pay for in-home care services, including paying family members for care. These programs – which go by various names like “cash and counseling” or “consumer-directed”– vary greatly depending on where you live and, in some states, on whether your mom is on Medicaid. To find out what’s available in your state, contact your local Medicaid office. Veterans benefits: Veterans who need assistance with daily living activities can enroll in the Veteran-Directed Care program. This program, available through VA Medical Centers in 40 states, as well as in Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico provides as much as $2,000 a month, which can be used to pay family members for home care. Visit the “Home and Community Based Services” section at VA.gov/geriatrics for information. Also available to wartime veterans and their surviving spouses is a benefit called Aid and Attendance, which helps pay for in-home care, as well as assisted living and nursing home care. This benefit can also

be used to pay family caregivers. To be eligible your mother must need assistance with daily living activities like bathing, dressing or going to the bathroom. And, her annual income must be under $14,133 as a surviving spouse or $21,962 for a single veteran, after medical expenses. Her assets must also be less than $80,000 excluding her home and car. To learn more, go to Vets.gov/pension. Tax breaks: If you pay at least half of your mom’s yearly expenses, and her gross income is below $4,050 (in 2017) not counting her Social Security or disability, you can claim her as a dependent on your taxes and get a $500 tax credit. For more information, go to IRS.gov/help/ ita and click on “Whom May I Claim as a Dependent?” If you can’t claim her as a dependent, you may still be able to get a tax break if you’re paying more than half her living expenses including medical and long-term care costs, and they exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income. You can include your own medical expenses in calculating the total. See IRS publication 502, Medical and Dental Expenses (IRS. gov/pub/irs-pdf/p502.pdf) for details. Long-term care insurance: If your mother has long-term care insurance, check whether

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Cruising is a lesson in relationship development. The ship that we are on that houses 60 couples for two weeks has become an intimate space. I have observed a few things that are notable. When we join a couple for dinner, formal pleasantries begin. “Where are you from?” “Have you ever been on a river cruise before?” “Are you retired?” The conversation dance begins, but sometimes it doesn’t. As the chatter goes deeper, the couple starts telling us stories and even hijacking any empty space in the verbal exchange. Being skilled in how a conversation should flow, I got annoyed and shut down not wanting to share. I find the couple extremely boring and decide to avoid them on subsequent meal sharing events. I have decided that people who are interesting are interested. If a question is not asked in the first five minutes of a conversation, I desire to move on. When I was raising my children, I used to play a game that illustrates this

further. When they were toddlers, I would sit across from one of them on the floor and roll a ball to them as their legs were open. They would roll it back to me. Anticipation and giggling would ensue. After a while of this serve and return adventure, I would withhold the ball and not roll it back. This made them frustrated, confused and even angry. Several times, I would watch them lose interest and find something else to catch their attention. We played this game into their elementary school years. Now when I withheld the ball, they would verbalize their frustration and tell me to roll it back. I taught them at that stage of their development about the dance of conversation and communication. You roll the ball, I roll it back and so it goes. When they were adolescents and did not share how they were feeling with me, I helped them recall the game we used to play. I told them that when they did not share, I felt like they were withholding the ball. This

it covers in-home care. Some policies permit family members to be paid, although they may exclude people who live in the same household. Paid caregiver leave: A small but growing number of companies offer paid caregiving leave as a way to recruit and retain their workforce. Additionally, some states provide caregiver benefits or paid leave to take care of ailing family members. Check with your employer to see what, if any, benefits are available to you. Family funds: If your mother has some savings or other assets, discuss the possibility of her paying you for the care you provide. If she agrees, consult with an elder law attorney about drafting a short-written contract that details the terms of the work and payment arrangements, so everyone involved knows what to expect. You should also check BenefitsCheckup.org, a free, confidential web tool that can help you search for financial assistance programs that your mom or you may be eligible for. Send your senior questions to Savvy Senior, P.O. Box 5443, Norman, OK 73070 or visit SavvySenior.org. Jim Miller is a contributor to the NBC Today show and author of “The Savvy Senior” book. example operationalized how I was feeling when they did not talk to me and let me into their young lives. Many people are impressed by stories and one’s ability to communicate but asking questions and listening for answers is even more impressive. Throwing the ball in a serve and return fashion, makes the communication dance have a sense of equality, mutuality and even elegance. One can discipline themselves to become better listeners by practicing. The next time you are with others experiment with only listening and asking questions. When someone asks about you, try to answer simply without elaborating and using superlatives to make your point. Be intentional to take the relationship deeper. Being a brilliant speaker is a great goal, but being an active listener is as well. It taps into our common humanity to be heard, to be known and to feel understood. It is sensitive and compassionate to be interested in others. Remember to be interesting, you must be interested. For more information contact joneen@my relationshipcenter.org or go to www.myrelationshipcenter. org.


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FLEURISH

ABOVE: Tom Kim with Rep. Mike Coffman FAR LEFT: Featured speaker Keni Thomas. LEFT: Gubernatorial candidate Walker Stapleton’s running mate Lang Sias (Colorado House of Representatives), Brianna Sokol, her parents Rochelle and Rich Sokol, chair of the Arapahoe County GOP

Arapahoe County Republicans’ Lincoln Dinner best ever! Great Opportunity Party rallies and shares new strategies Arapahoe County GOP Chair Rich Sokol, Lincoln Day Dinner Chair Andi Allott and tremendous help from Cherry Creek Republican Women made sure the annual celebration was a complete success from start to finish. Even though such statewide candidates as Walker Stapleton for governor and Brian Watson for treasurer were at Club 20 on The Western Slope, there were plenty of candidates and elected officials in the audience and plenty of enthusiasm. “There are 40,000 unaffiliated voters in Arapahoe County,” said Sokol. He announced upgraded methods of contacting voters with Republican re-branding. Previews of videos, including one starring Colorado GOP Vice Chair Sherrie Gibson, will reach 35,000 with a great America theme. Stay tuned for “Lessons from a Hero”

Roni and Toren Mushovic - candidate for State House District 3, Susan and Cole Wist, State Representative District 37

Dahlia Weinstein candidate for HD 41, Jay and Kristina Davidson

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gleaned from featured speaker Keni Thomas – U.S. Army Rangers veteran of “Black Hawk Down” mission.

ABOVE: Jane and Bill Ames, Carol and Rich Waller, Lynne and Bo Cottrell LEFT: Auctioneers Arapahoe County Clerk & Recorder Matt Crane and Sheriff Dave Walcher


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House District 3 candidate Toren Mushovic. Co-host Diane Lessnau, Hosts Charlie and Judy McNeil, Co-hosts Gayle Novak and Edie Marks

Holland-Bartoszek wedding

Noah’s Event Center in Westminster was the venue setting for the June 21 wedding of Brooke Ashleigh Holland and Eric Bradley Bartoszek. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Sean Holland of Littleton, Bernie Bartoszek of Parker and Dale Bartoszek of Lone Tree. A double-ring ceremony was performed by Pastor Duane Brigman in the presence of God, family and friends. A softly lit waterfall of elegant drapery was used for the ceremony backdrop. Rustic, candle-lit lanterns were placed alongside the aisle leading to the altar. The bride and groom wrote their own promises to one another in place of the traditional wedding vows. Brandi Holland, a cousin of the bride, read a Bible scripture during the ceremony. The bride wore a lovely a-line strapless gown made of ivory satin with a heavy overlay of Alencon lace. The fitted bodice was topped with sparkling rhinestones. Her veil was edged with a fine ivory lace and a delicate floral comb encrusted with rhinestones. The bridal bouquet was made of light pink and white roses and carnations wrapped in white lace and pink satin. The bride chose two maids of honor. Her best friend, Sydney Adamson and her cousin, Sydney Holland. Her bridesmaids were Renae Martinez, Ashley Pacheco and Megan Kling, all close friends of the bride. The bridesmaid dresses were a light pink blush, and each carried a simple mixture of light pink and white roses with stems wrapped in pink satin. The flower girl, Stella Lilly, daughter of the groom, wore a sleeveless pink and white dress with a ribbon bow around the waistline. She carried a basket of light pink and white petals. The

groom wore a navy blue suit with a light pink boutonniere. The best man was Andrew Cronin, a close friend of the groom. The groomsmen were Jeremy Schlanger, Scott Martin, Trent McNamara, all friends of the groom, and Wyatt Holland, a brother of the bride. Ushers were Steven Ledbetter, a friend of the groom, Mitch Holland and Colt Holland, both brothers of the bride. The guestbook was overlooked by Hailey Holland and Kayley Turley, both cousins of the bride. The videographer of the wedding ceremony was Taylor Turley, a cousin of the bride. The wedding coordinator was Shelby Adamson, a friend of the bride. A cocktail hour was held between the ceremony and reception. A four-tier crystal chandelier cast an enchanting glow for a romantic ambiance. A sheer white draped organza fabric was swaged in rows to create the spoke ceiling. The tables were covered with rose petals and rustic lit lanterns. The dinner meal was catered by Chipotle Mexican Grill. The couple and flower girl shared a double-layer vanilla cake with Chantilly icing and a light pink rosette border. For the wedding party and guests, a dessert table of assorted baked goods was provided by the brides extended family. To wish the couple a ‘happily ever after’ send-off, the guests held sparklers to create an umbrella walkway as an escape to begin their married life. A Mexican Caribbean beach front resort in Cancun, Mexico was the destination of the newlywed’s honeymoon. The couple will live in the South Denver Metro area. The groom plans to further his career with Premo Steel Buildings and the bride plans to advance her career at Columbine High School.

Toren Mushovic with Greenwood Village Mayor Ron Rakowsky, Centennial Mayor Stephanie Piko and DA George Brauchler (18th Judicial District)

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ARAPAHOE COUNTY WARRANTS 10....................................................... General Fund............. 7,420,022.34 11........................................................ Social Services.......... 2,121,677.28 12....................................................... Electronic Filing Te.......... 45,434.00 14....................................................... Law Enforcement Auth.. 151,381.15 15....................................................... Arapahoe / Douglas W.. 227,175.07 16....................................................... Road and Bridge........ 2,289,683.34 20....................................................... Sheriff’s Commissary...... 88,515.98 21....................................................... Community Developmen. 230,437.05 25....................................................... Developmental Disabi..... 88,695.88 26....................................................... Grants........................... 174,098.43 28....................................................... Open Space Sales Tax. 296,201.02 29....................................................... Homeland Security -....... 33,410.45 33....................................................... Building Maintenance..... 58,258.84 34....................................................... Fair Fund...................... 188,739.72 41....................................................... Capital Expenditure...... 205,161.18 42....................................................... Infrastructure................. 378,229.78 43....................................................... Arapahoe County Recr... 82,065.27 70....................................................... Central Services........... 382,472.58 71....................................................... Self-Insurance Liabi........ 32,134.20 73....................................................... Self-Insurance Worke... 220,368.77 74....................................................... Self-Insurance Denta.... 227,026.22 84....................................................... E-911 Authority.............. 624,733.34 91....................................................... Treasurer................... 8,186,685.39 TOTAL................................................................................. 23,752,607.28 PREPARED BY APPROVED BY FUND REPORT - 10 General Fund 1ST CLASS TOWING........................ Services and Other.............. 441.00 5280 PUBLISHING INC..................... Services and Other.............. 100.00 A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Services and Other........... 2,688.91 A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Supplies............................ 4,881.09 AAPEX LEGAL SERVICES................ Services and Other.................. 7.50 ABEAM CONSULTING USA LTD....... Services and Other.............. 572.00 ABELMAN LAW OFFICE................... MISC...................................... 15.00 ACCOUNT BROKERS INC................ MISC...................................... 25.50 ACSO EMPLOYEE TRUST FUND..... MISC................................. 1,015.00 ADAM BOILESEN.............................. Services and Other.............. 224.00 ADT SECURITY SERVICES LLC...... MISC...................................... 15.00 ADVANCE AUTO PARTS................... Supplies................................. 18.48 AED EVERYWHERE.......................... Supplies............................ 1,557.40 ALAN MCCLINTOCH......................... Services and Other.............. 232.46 ALCOCK LAW GROUP...................... MISC.................................... 133.14 ALCOCK LAW GROUP PC................ MISC.................................... 165.62 ALEX HEADLEY................................. MISC...................................... 15.00 ALEXIS HUND................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 ALISSA ERIN TEGEDER................... Services and Other................ 50.00 ALL CUSTOM WEAR......................... Services and Other........... 2,947.21 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ........................................................... Supplies................................... 7.56 ALLEGIANT MORTUARY TRANSPORT LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 5,464.50 ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........ Supplies............................... 261.05 ALLEN COUNTY ATTORNEYS OFFICE ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 ALLEN UPTON................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 ALPINE CREDIT, INC........................ MISC...................................... 15.00 AMANDA J CRUZ............................... Services and Other.............. 345.00 AMERICAN INCOME LIFE INSURANCE ........................................................... Services and Other................ 34.80 AMERICAN INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLY ........................................................... MISC................................. 1,352.80 AMY BOSSERMAN............................ Services and Other................ 11.99 AMY COPLEY.................................... Services and Other.............. 119.15 AMY COPLEY.................................... Supplies................................. 75.00 ANDERSON & KREIGER LLP........... Services and Other.............. 332.50 ANDREA PENNINGTON.................... Services and Other.............. 251.60 ANDREA RASIZER............................ Services and Other.............. 411.98 ANDREW CORNELL.......................... Services and Other.............. 169.17 ANDREW FEHRINGER..................... Services and Other................ 85.00 ANGEL ARMOR LLC.......................... Supplies.......................... 15,300.00 ANGELA STANTON........................... Services and Other................ 14.31 ANTHONY CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHY ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 250.00 ANTHONY MCCURDY....................... Services and Other................ 77.17 ANTHONY S GALLAGHER................ Services and Other.............. 640.00 ANTONIA GALVEZ SALDANA........... Services and Other................ 38.47 AQUA SERVE.................................... Services and Other.............. 166.00 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX..... Services and Other......... 10,972.00 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX..... Supplies........................ 118,891.96 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ........................................................... Supplies............................ 6,949.27 ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT...... Services and Other......... 11,362.50 ARAPAHOE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 39,372.84 ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ........................................................... Services and Other......... 54,633.13 ASHLEY YANT................................... Services and Other................ 33.22 ASPIRE HR INC................................. Services and Other................ 92.50 AT&T................................................... Services and Other................ 54.04 AT&T MOBILITY II LLC...................... Services and Other............... 111.08 AURORA MEDIA GROUP LLC.......... Services and Other........... 2,025.50 AURORA MEDIA GROUP LLC.......... Supplies................................. 16.58 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH.............. Services and Other........... 6,390.00 AUTONATION.................................... Supplies............................... 328.27 AUTOZONE STORES INC................. Supplies................................. 91.23 BASELINE ASSOCIATES INC........... Services and Other......... 12,390.00 BATTERY SYSTEMS INC.................. Supplies............................... 318.22 BC SERVICES INC............................ MISC...................................... 85.00 BENJAMIN SWARTZENDRUBER..... Services and Other.............. 298.36 BERGKAMP INC................................ Supplies............................ 1,832.53 BETH A KINSKY................................. Services and Other................ 40.00 BETSY GILBERTSON........................ MISC...................................... 61.60 BILL L HOLEN.................................... Services and Other................ 76.63 BLUE STAR POLICE SUPPLY LLC... Supplies................................. 49.49 BLUEBEAM SOFTWARE INC........... Services and Other........... 2,558.50 BONNEVILLE DENVER..................... Services and Other........... 4,720.00 BRADFORD ZBOROWSKI................ Services and Other.............. 550.00 BRADY INDUSTRIES OF COLORADO LLC ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,357.60 BRADY WOOD................................... Services and Other.............. 236.80 BRENDA SIMONS............................. Supplies................................... 2.74 BRIAN GILPATRICK........................... Supplies................................. 70.83 BRIAN KNUDSEN.............................. Services and Other.............. 255.00 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 169.97 BRIDGET GURULE/PETTY CASH.... Supplies............................... 198.24 BRUCE WALKER............................... Services and Other.............. 407.00 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC...... Supplies............................... 405.29 CANDIDA VELASQUEZ..................... Services and Other........... 1,131.96 CANON BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 109.52 CAROL JEPPSEN.............................. Services and Other................ 40.33 CARRIE LISA TRONEL...................... Services and Other.............. 100.01

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CATHLEEN VALENCIA...................... Services and Other................ 21.80 CCP INDUSTRIES............................. Supplies............................... 348.25 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Services and Other........... 4,196.72 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Supplies............................... 112.16 CEC SOLAR #1121 LLC.................... Services and Other......... 10,429.88 CEC SOLAR #1122 LLC.................... Services and Other......... 11,423.40 CEC SOLAR #1130 LLC.................... Services and Other......... 16,518.77 CENTURYLINK.................................. Services and Other......... 32,635.08 CHALEA HERNANDEZ...................... Services and Other................ 63.22 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC......... Services and Other................ 47.59 CHERO ALDAWOODI........................ Services and Other................ 16.35 CHERRY CREEK SCHOOL DISTRICT #5 ........................................................... MISC................................. 6,627.16 CHERRY CREEK SCHOOL DISTRICT #5 ........................................................... Services and Other........... 6,442.64 CHERRY CREEK VALLEY................. Services and Other.............. 110.48 CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66....... Services and Other.............. 312.00 CINDY FORTUNATO......................... Services and Other................ 40.33 CINDY GARCIA.................................. Services and Other................ 81.21 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER..... MISC...................................... 34.50 CITY OF AURORA............................. MISC................................. 1,124.00 CITY OF AURORA............................. Services and Other......... 13,602.80 CITY OF FORT COLLINS.................. Services and Other................ 50.00 CIVICORE LLC.................................. Services and Other.............. 500.00 CLEAN DESIGNS INC....................... Services and Other.............. 453.18 CLERK OF SUPERIOR CT AVERY CO ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 COLO DEPT LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT ........................................................... MISC...................................... 53.50 COLO DEPT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT ........................................................... MISC...................................... 18.00 COLORADO ALTERNATIVESENTENCING PGRM ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 300.00 COLORADO ASSESSORS ASSOC.. Services and Other.............. 250.00 COLORADO AUTO THEFT................ Services and Other................ 40.00 COLORADO BUREAU INVESTIGATION ........................................................... MISC............................... 11,799.50 COLORADO CUSTOM STAINLESS INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 998.40 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... MISC.................................... 478.82 COLORADO DEPT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT ........................................................... MISC...................................... 18.00 COLORADO ENVELOPE INC........... Supplies............................ 2,432.50 COLORADO MEDICAL WASTE INC.Services and Other.............. 355.00 COLORADO NATURAL GAS INC...... Services and Other................ 33.04 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,075.00 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... Supplies................................. 85.00 COLORADO OCCUPATIONAL MEDICAL ........................................................... Services and Other......... 10,289.00 COLORADO STATE TREASURER.... MISC............................... 34,695.20 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY.... Services and Other.............. 700.00 COLORADO WEED MGMT ASSOC.. Supplies............................... 590.00 COLUMBIA HEALTHONE LLC........... Supplies............................... 288.48 COMCAST.......................................... Services and Other.................. 5.31 CONTACT WIRELESS....................... Services and Other................ 28.25 COPPER KETTLE BREWING COMPANY LLC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 215.00 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC. Services and Other....... 401,239.10 COSTCO CORPORATION................. Services and Other.............. 180.00 COURT REPORTERS CLEARINGHOUSE INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 880.00 CRASH DATA GROUP INC................ Supplies............................ 3,425.00 CREDIT SERVICE COMPANY INC... MISC...................................... 58.00 CRYSTAL LUUKKONEN.................... Services and Other.............. 318.40 CS GROUP INC................................. Services and Other........... 6,656.96 CTL THOMPSON INC........................ MISC.................................... 756.30 CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN INC. Services and Other......... 10,509.31 CUSTOMIZED TABS INC.................. Services and Other................ 55.50 CYNTHIA NUNEZ............................... Services and Other................ 26.60 CYNTHIA R MCNAIR......................... Services and Other........... 3,756.25 D & D TIRE SERVICE INC................. Supplies............................... 386.04 DAIOHS USA..................................... Supplies................................. 27.50 DANELLE DIGIOSIO.......................... Services and Other.............. 320.00 DANIEL SALAZAR............................. Services and Other.............. 179.00 DANIELLE ARDREY.......................... Supplies............................... 100.68 DANIELLE ARMSTRONG.................. Services and Other......... 11,000.00 DANIELLE CALHOUN....................... MISC...................................... 15.00 DARCY KENNEDY............................. Services and Other................ 51.61 DAVID BESSEN................................. Services and Other................ 66.49 DAVID NEWCOMER.......................... Services and Other.............. 179.00 DAWN DOHERTY.............................. MISC...................................... 56.10 DEBBIE HICKS.................................. Services and Other................ 32.00 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Services and Other......... 10,217.06 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Supplies............................ 4,004.10 DELUXE SMALL BUSINESS SALES INC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 106.02 DENISE HOLTER............................... Services and Other.............. 155.54 DENVER DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES ........................................................... MISC...................................... 25.00 DENVER WATER............................... Services and Other........... 6,926.19 DEVIN BEAUBIEN............................. Services and Other.............. 197.56 DIXIE KOZINSKI................................ Services and Other.............. 121.00 DONALD RAY BROOKS.................... MISC...................................... 15.00 DOUGLAS ARTHUR SEVERS........... MISC...................................... 15.00 DOUGLAS B KIEL.............................. MISC.................................... 606.46 DUMMIES UNLIMITED INC............... Supplies............................ 1,394.00 E470 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 268.85 EHLERS & ASSOCIATES INC........... Services and Other......... 41,250.00 EL PASO COUNTY............................ Services and Other........... 7,790.00 ELECTION ADMINISTRATION REPORTS ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 219.00 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................ Services and Other........... 2,660.00 ELIZABETH HIXENBAUGH............... Services and Other.............. 236.80 ELIZABETH LOUISE SATHER.......... Services and Other.............. 900.00 ELOISA ALTAMIRA............................. Services and Other................ 31.03 EMPLOYERS COUNCIL SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 660.00 ENNIS-FLINT INC.............................. Supplies................................. 45.84 ENTERPRISE.................................... Services and Other........... 3,564.60 EP BLAZER LLC................................ Supplies................................. 38.02 ERGOMETRICS & APPLIED PERSONNEL ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 220.00 ERIN L POWERS............................... Services and Other................ 47.91 EVENTS RENTS INC......................... Services and Other........... 2,027.19 EXPRESS TOLL................................. Services and Other................ 42.50 EXTRA PACKAGING LLC.................. Supplies................................. 45.16 EZ MESSENGER............................... MISC...................................... 15.00 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS................ Supplies............................... 884.59 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY......... MISC................................. 9,116.64 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPORATION ........................................................... Supplies............................... 551.85 FEDEX............................................... Supplies................................... 8.99 FLEET FUELING................................ MISC............................... 41,740.02 FOP LODGE 31.................................. MISC............................... 17,602.50 FRANCY LAW FIRM PC.................... MISC...................................... 15.00 FRANK J BALL................................... MISC...................................... 30.00 FRANK MOYA.................................... MISC........................................ 2.50

FUTURE SOLUTIONS INC................ Services and Other.............. 975.00 G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (USA) INC ........................................................... Services and Other....... 118,039.62 GAL & DAL LLC.................................. Services and Other.............. 370.00 GATEWAY BATTERED WOMENS SHELTER ........................................................... Services and Other......... 28,750.00 GJKG INC........................................... Services and Other................ 75.00 GLENDA OBRYANT........................... MISC...................................... 15.00 GLOBAL EQUIPMENT COMPANY.... MISC.................................... 169.88 GODWIN NNAJI................................. MISC...................................... 15.00 GOLDEN ENGINEERING INC........... Supplies............................ 4,559.00 GRAINGER........................................ Services and Other.............. 979.51 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................... 855.88 GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY.... Services and Other............. (120.83) GROUNDS SERVICE COMPANY..... Services and Other........... 2,000.00 GUADALUPE ORTIZ.......................... Services and Other................ 86.55 GUILFORD COUNTY FINANCE DEPT ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 HALEY MCKEAN............................... Services and Other.............. 140.80 HARRIS COUNTY ATTORNEY.......... MISC...................................... 15.00 HARRY L SIMON P.C......................... MISC...................................... 15.00 HARRY L SIMON PC......................... MISC...................................... 57.00 HAYWARD POLICE DEPARTMENT.. Services and Other.............. 395.00 HEALTHONE CARENOW URGENT CARE LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 135.00 HERSHEY DECKER PLLC................ Services and Other........... 6,460.00 HIBERNIA INVESTIGATIONS INC..... Services and Other.............. 229.80 HIBERNIA, INC.................................. Services and Other.............. 260.00 HIGHLANDS RANCH POSTMASTER ........................................................... Supplies.......................... 25,000.00 HINDMAN SANCHEZ PC................... MISC.................................... 556.82 HLP INC............................................. Services and Other........... 6,720.00 HOBART CORPORATION................. Services and Other................ 63.34 HOGAN.............................................. Services and Other........... 2,100.00 HOLLY HOOVER............................... Services and Other................ 64.87 HOLST BOETTCHER & TEHRANI LLP ........................................................... MISC...................................... 30.00 HORIZON LAWN & TREE CARE INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 45,442.00 HOWARD MARK BUCHALER........... Services and Other................ 45.00 HR GREEN INC................................. Services and Other........... 1,467.50 HUNTER AND GEIST INC................. Services and Other.............. 643.10 I-70 PUBLISHING COMPANY INC.... Services and Other................ 70.00 I-70 SCOUT........................................ Services and Other.............. 681.00 IBM CORPORATION.......................... Services and Other........... 1,071.00 IL DEPT OF HEALTHCARE AND FAMILY SE ........................................................... MISC.................................... 580.38 ILLUMITI CORP................................. Services and Other........... 4,050.00 INSIGHT AUTO GLASS..................... Services and Other........... 1,536.92 INSIGHT GLOBAL.............................. Services and Other......... 12,464.00 INSIGHT GLOBAL LLC...................... Services and Other......... 22,000.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Services and Other......... 20,675.65 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Supplies............................ 1,392.48 INTEGRATED FAMILY COMMUNITY...Services and Other.............. 6,666.67 INTERGROUP INC............................ Services and Other........... 4,305.55 INTERLINE BRANDS INC.................. MISC................................. 7,482.32 INTERLINE BRANDS INC.................. Supplies............................ 1,766.38 INTERNATIONAL CITY MANAGEMENT ........................................................... MISC............................. 220,383.11 INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 325.00 INTERSTATE PROCESS SERVING.. MISC...................................... 15.00 IREA................................................... Services and Other........... 3,823.20 IRON MOUNTAIN RECORDS............ Services and Other........... 2,262.76 J & R BENNETT WELDING INC........ Supplies............................... 137.17 JAMES G ANDERSON PC................ MISC...................................... 15.00 JAMES WOODS................................. Services and Other................ 84.87 JAMIE B WOLLMAN.......................... Services and Other.............. 200.00 JANE F RIECK................................... Services and Other.............. 210.00 JEAN WALTON.................................. Services and Other................ 43.03 JEANNE GOLDSMITH....................... Services and Other................ 11.99 JEFF BAKER...................................... Services and Other.............. 217.27 JENNIFER ROSE............................... Services and Other................ 45.28 JENNIPHER ALEXANDER................ MISC.................................... 350.76 JESSE ARMSTRONG........................ Services and Other................ 40.00 JESSE BEQUETTE............................ Services and Other.............. 166.00 JOHN KACINSKI................................ Services and Other.............. 177.60 JOHN R ALEXANDER....................... MISC...................................... 15.00 JOHN W HELPS IV............................ MISC...................................... 15.00 JOHN W STORB III............................ Services and Other........... 1,462.50 JOHNSON LAW................................. MISC...................................... 40.00 JON DYFFRYN.................................. Services and Other.............. 236.80 JONATHAN VRABEC......................... Supplies................................. 34.56 JOSHUA SPRING.............................. Services and Other.............. 156.85 JOY BAUER....................................... Services and Other................ 12.57 JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NA........ MISC............................. 898,566.37 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A........ Services and Other....... 360,572.47 JULIE A WALKER............................... MISC.................................... 384.39 JULIE BROOKS................................. Services and Other................ 59.20 JUSTICE AND MERCY LEGAL AID CLINIC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 K&H INTEGRATED PRINT SOLUTIONS ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,879.20 KAHN DEES DONOVAN & KAHN LLP ........................................................... MISC...................................... 41.00 KAILAH CHRISTINA SEVERN........... MISC...................................... 15.00 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC.......................... 2,141,072.41 KAREN HART.................................... Services and Other.............. 261.00 KAREN KENNEDY............................. Services and Other.............. 606.67 KARLA FRYE..................................... Services and Other................ 30.63 KATHLEEN CONTI............................. Supplies................................. 60.00 KD KANOPY....................................... Services and Other.............. 175.00 KEITH ASHBY.................................... Services and Other................ 33.79 KENDALL KELLEY............................. Services and Other.............. 230.40 KENNEDY & BRANNON LLC............ MISC...................................... 15.00 KENT LESTER................................... Services and Other................ 32.00 KEVIN R SAILOR............................... Services and Other........... 2,600.00 KIM KUNISH....................................... Services and Other.............. 211.00 KIM VERDOORN............................... Services and Other.............. 154.03 KIM WILLIAMS................................... Services and Other................ 64.00 KINDRA CARDINAL........................... Services and Other................ 95.02 KIOWA CO DEP OF SOCIAL SER-CSEU ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 KIOWA CO DEP OF SOCIAL SERVICES ........................................................... MISC...................................... 73.00 KRISTINA TINAJERO-TORRES........ Services and Other................ 36.67 KRISTY AINA...................................... Services and Other................ 17.33 KUBL GROUP LLC............................ Services and Other........... 6,849.00 KUSTOM SIGNALS INC.................... Supplies................................. 38.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES........... Services and Other.............. 206.30 LARIMER COUNTY........................... Services and Other........... 1,600.00 LATOYA TRIMBLE.............................. MISC...................................... 15.00 LAURA G TEDDER............................ MISC...................................... 15.00 LAURA WINSLOW............................. Services and Other................ 51.00 LAUREN THOMAS............................. Services and Other.............. 107.69 LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPLORER POST ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,925.00 LAW OFFICE OF BRANDON R CEGLIAN PC ........................................................... MISC.................................... 881.40

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LEGALS — Continued from page 18 — LAW OFFICE OF FRANK J BALL...... MISC...................................... 15.00 LAW OFFICE OF WYN T TAYLOR.... MISC.................................... 708.83 LAZ PARKING.................................... Services and Other.............. 429.00 LCC ENTERPRISES LLC.................. Supplies............................... 139.13 LE ARGUELLO................................... MISC.................................... 365.52 LEIF A NELSON PC........................... MISC...................................... 25.00 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS....... Supplies............................... 150.00 LIBELLE LLC...................................... Services and Other......... 35,210.00 LIDIA RIVERA.................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 128.66 LINDA KREIBICH............................... MISC...................................... 63.10 LINEBARGER GOGGAN BLAIR &.... MISC...................................... 15.00 LISA MASON...................................... Services and Other.............. 171.29 LISA MASON...................................... Supplies................................. 22.38 LISA STAIRS...................................... Services and Other........... 1,204.03 LORENE LOISSES............................ MISC...................................... 69.10 LORI J CRYSTAL............................... MISC...................................... 15.00 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.. Supplies............................... 347.34 LUCAS GREEN.................................. Services and Other.............. 154.07 LYDIA RIVERA................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 LYNCH LAW LLC............................... MISC...................................... 15.00 LYNN MICHELE STRINGHAM........... Supplies................................... 8.00 LYNNEA OLDHAM............................. Services and Other................ 32.05 MACHOL & JOHANNES.................... MISC.................................... 857.64 MAGNUM-DIEGO PRIORITY SERVICES, LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 176.71 MARCUS SCOTT............................... Services and Other.............. 147.00 MARIETTA COLLINS......................... MISC...................................... 61.60 MARISSA CHAMBERLAIN................ Services and Other.............. 224.00 MARK A LEACHMAN PC................... MISC...................................... 90.00 MARK ANDY INC............................... Services and Other........... 2,612.30 MARK BRUMMEL.............................. Services and Other.............. 100.00 MARK ULLIUS................................... Services and Other.............. 166.00 MARY K SPARACINO........................ Services and Other................ 63.00 MARY VANDEROEF.......................... Services and Other.............. 334.76 MARYANN B HEWICKER.................. Services and Other.............. 300.00 MARYSELA PALOMINO RUBIO........ MISC...................................... 15.00 MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,132.00 MATTHEW CRANE............................ Services and Other.............. 313.60 MCGEE COMPANY........................... Supplies................................. 49.01 MEGAN ELIZABETH QUINN............. Services and Other........... 4,200.00 MELISSA GUZZINO........................... Services and Other.............. 179.00 MELISSA WILSON............................. Services and Other.............. 927.80 MERCEDES MONTES-MARTINEZ..... MISC........................................ 15.00 MGT OF AMERICA INC..................... Services and Other......... 13,890.00 MICHAEL AXINN................................ Services and Other.............. 123.77 MICHAEL E GOLUB, P.A................... MISC...................................... 25.00 MICHAEL MANSON........................... Services and Other.............. 391.20 MICHAEL STOVER............................ MISC...................................... 15.00 MICHAEL WILLIAMS......................... Services and Other.............. 211.00 MICHELLE CLARE............................ Services and Other.............. 639.23 MICHELLE K CURREN...................... MISC...................................... 15.00 MIDLAND CREDIT MANAGEMENT.. MISC...................................... 30.00 MIDLAND FUNDING LLC.................. MISC...................................... 15.00 MIKE BEATTY.................................... MISC........................................ 2.50 MILLER & COHEN............................. MISC...................................... 15.00 MILLER COHEN PETERSON YOUNG PC ........................................................... MISC.................................... 105.00 MNMR LLC......................................... Services and Other.............. 400.00 MONICA BABBITT............................. Services and Other................ 64.00 MORIAH CAMPBELL......................... Services and Other................ 30.49 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS................. Services and Other........... 8,435.00 MOUNTAIN WEST LAW GROUP PC... MISC......................................... 30.00 NANCY JACKSON............................. Services and Other.............. 277.21 NANCY N SHARPE............................ Services and Other.............. 342.80 NAPA AUTO PARTS........................... Supplies............................ 2,587.98 NATHAN D FOGG.............................. Services and Other.............. 115.20 NATHAN SCHLOESSER................... Services and Other................ 77.00 NATHAN SCHLOESSER................... Supplies............................... 200.00 NATIONAL FLOOD INSURANCE PROGRAM ........................................................... Services and Other........... 6,750.00 NATIONAL MEDICAL SERVICES INC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 113.00 NETWORK CLAIMS REDUCTION TECH LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 600.00 NICHOLAS PEGG.............................. Services and Other................ 88.73 NICOLE AGOS................................... Services and Other.............. 213.60 NOREGON SYSTEMS INC................ Supplies............................... 999.00 NTHERM LLC..................................... Services and Other........... 1,318.84 NUMBER 1 SON HOME MAINTENANCE ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 O’REILLY AUTO ENTERPRISES LLC ........................................................... Supplies................................. 32.72 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 507.00 OFFICE OF DISTRICT ATTORNEY... Services and Other.... 1,208,275.08 OFFICE RELIEF INC.......................... Supplies.......................... 22,878.15 OJ WATSON COMPANY INC............ Supplies................................. 10.50 ORBITAL MEDIA NETWORKS INC... Supplies............................... 900.00 ORTEN CAVANAGH & HOLMES LLC ........................................................... MISC.................................... 193.52 PATRICIA JO STONE PC................... MISC...................................... 35.50 PATRICK HERNANDEZ..................... Supplies................................. 13.98 PAUL ROSENBERG.......................... Services and Other................ 40.00 PAYLOGIX LLC.................................. MISC............................... 26,458.60 PETERSEN LEYBAS RUBBER STAMP ........................................................... Supplies................................. 74.80 PIRTEK NORTH VALLEY................... Supplies................................... 7.63 POTESTIO BROTHERS.................... Supplies............................ 1,010.00 POWERDETAILS LLC........................ Services and Other.............. 253.43 PRESSTEK INC................................. Services and Other........... 3,310.50 PRESTIGE BOX CORPORATION..... Supplies............................... 567.79 PROCESS SERVICE OF WYOMING INC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 40.00 PROFESSIONAL PROCESS SERVERS ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 PROFESSIONAL SIGN LANGUAGE.Services and Other.............. 560.50 PROFORCE MARKETING INC.......... Supplies............................... 549.00 PROVEST LITIGATION SERVICES LLC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 27.00 PURPLE LANGUAGE SERVICES CO ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,298.98 QUEST DIAGNOSTICS..................... Supplies............................... 217.67 QUICKSILVER EXPRESS COURIER... Supplies.................................... 24.13 QUINN CUNNINGHAM...................... Services and Other.............. 407.00 RANDALL S MILLER.......................... Services and Other.............. 200.00 RANDSTAD TECHNOLOGIES.......... Services and Other........... 5,313.75 RAY L HUGHES PC........................... MISC...................................... 10.50 RC PRECISION INSTALLATIONS INC ........................................................... Supplies............................ 5,812.00 REBECCA TAYLOR........................... Services and Other................ 25.94 RED WING BUSINESS ADVANTAGE ACCOUNT ........................................................... Supplies............................... 186.99 RENEE JOHNSON............................. MISC...................................... 15.00 RENT-A-CENTER.............................. MISC.................................... 170.88 RG BECK AZ INC............................... Supplies............................ 4,500.00 RICHARD CHASE.............................. Services and Other.............. 179.00 RICHARD D WILLIAMS..................... Services and Other.............. 450.00 RICHARD DWYER............................. Supplies............................... 183.16 RICHARD E HEIN.............................. Services and Other.............. 179.00 RICHARD T SALL.............................. Services and Other.............. 200.00 RIVA CORDOVA................................. Services and Other.............. 166.00 ROBERT DAVIDSON......................... Services and Other.............. 473.60 ROBERT DECKER............................. Services and Other.............. 126.44 ROBERT S ROWE............................. Services and Other........... 1,075.00 ROBIN FRAZEE/PETTY CASH......... Services and Other................ 14.00 ROBIN FRAZEE/PETTY CASH......... Supplies............................... 173.71 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 774.95 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Supplies............................... 228.96 ROCKY MOUNTAIN INFORMATION.... Services and Other................. 150.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESEARCH AND ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 300.00 ROMBERG AND ASSOCIATES......... Services and Other........... 4,572.45 RONALD A LOMBARDO.................... Services and Other................ 40.00 ROYAL CUP INC................................ Supplies............................ 1,268.46 RUNBECK ELECTION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 871.49 RYDERS PUBLIC SAFETY LLC........ Supplies............................ 7,985.61 SAMARA KELLEM............................. Services and Other................ 22.94 SAMUEL TORRES............................. Supplies............................... 198.03 SANDRA NELMS............................... MISC...................................... 15.00 SANITAS LAW GROUP...................... MISC...................................... 15.00 SARAH HUERTA................................ Services and Other................ 40.98

SARAH JO EVERETT........................ MISC...................................... 69.10 SARAH KNIGHT HARDING............... MISC...................................... 15.00 SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC................. Supplies............................... 104.99 SCOTT CLARK.................................. Services and Other................ 25.34 SCOTT SHAW.................................... Services and Other................ 66.49 SCOTT SICKAFOOSE....................... Services and Other.............. 127.50 SECURITY CENTRAL INC................ Services and Other.............. 315.74 SHANNON LOFLAND........................ Services and Other.............. 147.50 SHARON GIVENS............................. Services and Other................ 13.63 SHAWN SONNKALB.......................... Services and Other............... 111.11 SHAYLEN FLOREZ............................ Services and Other.............. 445.45 SHEILA GAINS................................... Services and Other.............. 326.41 SHEILA GAINS................................... Supplies................................. 19.10 SHEILA MARSHALL-WHITTAKER.... MISC...................................... 15.00 SHRED-IT USA LLC........................... Services and Other.............. 484.32 SKM MANAGEMENT COMPANY...... MISC.................................... 128.20 SORENSON VAN LEUVEN PLLC..... MISC...................................... 15.00 SOUTHERNCARLSON...................... Supplies............................... 689.77 SOUTHFIELD PARK INC................... Services and Other.............. 979.46 SOUTHLAND MEDICAL LLC............. Supplies............................ 1,285.41 SPOK INC.......................................... Services and Other.............. 372.52 SPRINGMAN BRADEN WILSON....... MISC.................................... 606.87 SPRINT SOLUTIONS INC................. Services and Other.............. 594.91 STACEY MAJEWSKI.......................... Services and Other................ 64.75 STACY ALLEN.................................... Services and Other................ 57.88 STACY HINES.................................... Services and Other................ 27.25 STANARD & ASSOCIATES INC........ Services and Other........... 8,487.20 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC............................... 49,568.88 STARCAP MARKETING LLC............. Services and Other......... 33,446.30 STARCAP MARKETING LLC............. Supplies............................ 7,600.00 STATE OF COLORADO..................... Services and Other......... 15,437.57 STATE OF COLORADO..................... Supplies............................... 691.46 STATEWIDE INTERNET PORTAL AUTHORITY ........................................................... Supplies............................... 772.76 STEPHEN P SHOLLER..................... Services and Other................ 40.00 STERICYCLE INC.............................. Supplies............................ 1,335.91 STEVEN BINKS................................. Services and Other.............. 107.10 STEVEN ROLEN................................ Services and Other.............. 236.80 STEVENS REPORTING SERVICE.... Services and Other.............. 539.80 STUART P POSTOW......................... MISC...................................... 15.00 SUNGARD AVAILABILITY SERVICES LP ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,564.82 SUPER VACUUM MANUFACTURING CO INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 120.70 TALENTSMART INC.......................... Services and Other.............. 928.07 TALIA ZALL........................................ MISC...................................... 15.00 TAMARA DAVIS................................. Services and Other................ 73.14 TARAMART & GAS INC..................... Services and Other................ 58.00 TAYLOR MCKINNEY.......................... Services and Other.............. 115.16 TERESA MARLOWE.......................... Services and Other.............. 112.23 THE MOORE LAW GROUP APC....... MISC.................................... 135.00 THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.......... Supplies............................... 229.94 THE VILLAGER LEAGALS................ Services and Other................ 20.19 THERESA ANNE RUSSO.................. Supplies............................... 992.00 THERMO FLUIDS INC....................... Supplies............................... 415.08 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Services and Other........... 3,785.18 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Supplies............................... 244.80 TIFFANIE BLEAU............................... Services and Other................ 48.67 TIM HANSON..................................... Services and Other................ 32.70 TIME COURIERS LLC....................... Services and Other.............. 182.90 TIMOTHY R EGGERS....................... Services and Other................ 37.06 TIMOTHY WESTPHAL....................... Services and Other................ 68.86 TODD COMPANIES INC.................... Services and Other.............. 600.00 TODD TERRY.................................... Services and Other................ 29.88 TODD TERRY.................................... Supplies............................... 102.08 TOM BROWN..................................... Services and Other.............. 179.00 TOM FINLEY...................................... Services and Other.............. 118.00 TOP HAT FILE AND SERVE INC....... MISC...................................... 30.00 TOWN OF DEER TRAIL..................... Services and Other................ 30.81 TRANS UNION................................... Services and Other.............. 211.77 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Community Programs..... 32,359.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Services and Other....... 374,418.25 TRIBUNE BROADCASTING COMPANY II LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,860.00 TROPICAL SURVELLANCE &........... Services and Other.............. 175.74 TRUDI PEEPGRASS......................... Services and Other.............. 143.68 TSCHETTER HAMRICK SULZER PC ........................................................... MISC............................... 11,086.30 TYCO FIRE & SECURITY (US)......... Supplies............................... 542.29 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC........... Services and Other.............. 509.75 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.......... Services and Other........... 2,384.75 UFS OF CO LLC................................ Services and Other........... 2,475.00 ULINE INC.......................................... MISC................................. 2,101.61 ULINE INC.......................................... Supplies............................ 1,784.47 UMB.................................................... Services and Other......... 13,074.20 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO HOSPITAL ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 680.00 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER................ Services and Other........... 8,217.00 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION....MISC...................................... 932.57 US HEALTHWORKS PROVIDER NETWORK ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 206.00 US POSTMASTER............................. Supplies........................ 125,000.00 UTILITY NOTIFICATION CENTER OF ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 313.20 VARIDESK LLC.................................. Supplies............................ 1,318.50 VECTORS, INC.................................. Services and Other.............. 550.00 VERITAS HHS LLC............................ MISC...................................... 15.00 VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY..... Supplies............................ 5,821.42 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other......... 29,541.78 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Supplies............................... 249.98 VICTOR BLATZER............................. Services and Other.............. 164.05 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP.... Services and Other.............. 143.91 VISION CHEMICAL SYSTEMS INC.....Supplies.................................. 845.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC................................. 4,027.54 VISTA FD LLC.................................... Services and Other.............. 250.00 VISTA FD LLC.................................... Supplies............................... 650.60 VLADIMIR SPYRIN............................ MISC...................................... 15.00 WAKEFIELD & ASSOCIATES, INC.... MISC...................................... 40.00 WAKEFIELD AND ASSOCIATES INC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 WASTE MGMT OF COLORADO....... Services and Other........... 7,797.92 WATCHGUARD VIDEO...................... Supplies............................ 1,728.00 WAXIES ENTERPRISES INC............ MISC.................................... 136.50 WEST PUBLISHING CORPORATION ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 717.80 WESTERN LAW GROUP................... MISC.................................... 153.52 WESTERN STATES FIRE PROTECTION ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 215.00 WIDGIX LLC....................................... Services and Other........... 1,650.00 WILLIAMS SCOTSMAN INC.............. Services and Other.............. 143.00 WINZENBURG LEFF PURVIS & PAYNE ........................................................... MISC...................................... 30.00 WINZENBURG LEFF PURVIS & PAYNE LLP ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 WL CONTRACTORS INC.................. Services and Other........... 1,912.50 WONDERLIC INC.............................. Supplies................................. 42.74 WRITER MOTT.................................. Services and Other.............. 808.43 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other....... 163,041.31 XEROX CORPORATION................... Services and Other......... 21,525.51 YARELY PEREA................................. Services and Other................ 19.35 FUND REPORT - 11 Social Services 22ND CENTURY STAFFING INC...... Services and Other......... 22,851.31 A2M4SEEN LLP................................. MISC............................. 428,258.97 A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Supplies............................ 8,515.65 ABENEZER BOGALE BEYENE......... Services and Other.............. 395.52 ABIGAIL RAMSAUER........................ Services and Other.............. 509.41 ADAMS COUNTY............................... Community Programs.......... 945.00 ADRIANA MENDOZA......................... Services and Other................ 16.90 ALBANY COUNTY GOVERNMENT.. Services and Other................ 50.00 ALEAH K BUCCELLI.......................... Services and Other.............. 183.12 ALEXANDRA EGGLESTON............... Services and Other................ 70.85 ALEXANDRIA AMICK......................... Services and Other.............. 296.26 ALEXIS JONES.................................. Services and Other............... 111.18 ALICIA DICKENS............................... Services and Other................ 38.42 ALISON IVORY.................................. Services and Other.............. 283.41 ALLISON P MOELLER....................... Services and Other................ 75.60 ALYSSA BERGE................................ Services and Other................ 15.91 AMANDA LUETH............................... Services and Other.............. 400.36 AMANDA MCKEY............................... Services and Other.............. 106.55 AMBER VERZOSA............................. Services and Other.............. 257.14 AMERICAN PUBLIC HUMAN SERVICES ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,150.00 AMY SAUER...................................... Services and Other................ 17.99 ANDREW ACREE.............................. Services and Other.............. 151.73 ANGELINA SYPOLT........................... Services and Other.............. 518.46 APRIL SEE......................................... Services and Other................ 40.44

ARAPAHOE COUNTY / CLERK & RECORDER ........................................................... Community Programs............ 82.77 ARAPAHOE COUNTY EARLY CHILDHOOD ........................................................... Services and Other......... 42,434.66 ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS WORKS....... Community Programs..... 64,050.21 ARK LA TEX PROCESS SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 110.00 ARMSTRONG RELOCATION COMPANY, ........................................................... Capital Outlay................... 4,105.00 ASHLEY FRANKEL............................ Services and Other.............. 100.22 ASHLEY KOWALEFSKI..................... Services and Other................ 81.10 ASHLEY SCHWIEGER...................... Services and Other................ 97.77 ASHLEY WUNDERLE........................ Services and Other.............. 163.77 AURORA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,250.00 BAILEY MCGUINNESS...................... Services and Other.............. 216.58 BAROFFIO, JAMES........................... Services and Other.............. 150.00 BAYAUD ENTERPRISES INC............ Services and Other.............. 780.00 BC SERVICES, INC........................... MISC.................................... 604.82 BIANCA CROUCH............................. Services and Other.............. 204.92 BRENDA ARMOUR............................ Services and Other.............. 116.03 BRIAN ROBILLARD........................... Services and Other.............. 226.12 BRITANY S FEATHERS..................... Services and Other.............. 616.51 BRITTANY GALLANT......................... Services and Other.............. 423.03 BRITTANY HOOSER......................... Services and Other.............. 647.01 BRITTANY NOBLE............................. Services and Other.............. 467.07 BRITTANY SIEVERS......................... Community Programs............ 45.76 BRITTANY SIEVERS......................... Services and Other.............. 161.70 BRITTANY SIEVERS......................... Supplies................................. 10.00 BRUCE LORING................................ MISC...................................... 20.00 BUSCO INC........................................ Community Programs....... 1,128.00 CAITLIN SANDEN.............................. Community Programs............ 41.61 CARRISHA NEWTON........................ Services and Other.............. 341.34 CASSANDRA MAYBER..................... Services and Other................ 44.15 CASSANDRA AGUILAR..................... Services and Other.............. 151.73 CATHERINE TRUNFIO...................... Community Programs............ 63.28 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Supplies................................. 15.47 CENTER FOR WORK EDUCATION AND ........................................................... Community Programs... 108,526.34 CHAD C CERINICH........................... Services and Other.............. 945.00 CHERYL TERNES.............................. Services and Other.............. 281.42 CHRISTINE YAEKLE......................... Services and Other.............. 162.79 CHRISTOPHER PIEPER................... Services and Other.............. 477.85 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER..... Community Programs.......... 756.00 CITY OF AURORA............................. MISC........................................ 6.00 CLUTTER TRUCKER......................... Community Programs....... 1,360.00 COLORADO BUREAU INVESTIGATION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 7,149.50 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... MISC.................................... 312.22 COLORADO HUMAN SERVICES...... Services and Other......... 13,300.00 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... MISC............................... 13,157.00 COLORADO YOUTH OUTDOORS CHARITABLE ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,560.00 COMITIS CRISIS CENTER................ Community Programs..... 25,560.00 COMPASS GROUP USA, INC........... Community Programs............ 30.00 CONTACT WIRELESS....................... Services and Other........... 1,382.05 CORPORATE TRANSLATION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,393.79 CREATIVE LEARNING ACADEMY.... Community Programs.......... 195.00 CYNTHIA DUNBAR............................ Services and Other................ 58.15 CYNTHIA MARTINEZ-VAZQUEZ....... Services and Other................ 15.53 DANI BUDROE................................... Services and Other.............. 286.40 DANIELLE NEWMAN......................... Services and Other.............. 420.40 DANIELLE WAAGMEESTER............. Services and Other................ 21.75 DARCI RODECAP.............................. Services and Other.............. 167.80 DAVID CONRAD................................ Services and Other.............. 240.00 DAWN GOODMAN............................. Community Programs.......... 146.56 DAWN GOODMAN............................. Services and Other.............. 116.21 DAWN STOUDT................................. Services and Other................ 83.11 DE ANDRA SHARP............................ Services and Other................ 41.09 DEANNA STEPANIUK........................ Services and Other................ 28.34 DEBBIE DRURY................................. Services and Other.............. 373.12 DEBORAH BATTS............................. Services and Other................ 18.69 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.....Services and Other.......... 118,992.40 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.....Supplies.................................. 157.36 DELMY ACOSTA................................ Services and Other.............. 134.07 DELTA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ........................................................... Services and Other................ 31.20 DENA GRIFFIN.................................. Services and Other................ 51.67 DENISE ROBINSON.......................... Community Programs............ 25.23 DENISE ROBINSON.......................... Services and Other.............. 194.02 DENVER SHERIFF DEPARTMENT... Services and Other.............. 164.60 DONOVAN WEBB.............................. Services and Other.............. 101.16 DUNGARVIN COLORADO LLC......... Community Programs....... 4,267.20 ELIZABETH AZNAR........................... Services and Other.............. 332.98 ELIZABETH GUZMAN....................... Services and Other................ 18.97 EMILY BRETTMANN.......................... Services and Other.............. 334.84 EMILY BROWN.................................. Services and Other................ 65.46 EMILY WHITAKER............................. Community Programs.............. 5.61 EMILY WHITAKER............................. Services and Other.............. 145.95 ERICA LIPNER BERNSTEIN............. Services and Other.............. 236.26 ERICA MALDONADO........................ MISC...................................... 20.00 ERIKA SORENSON........................... Services and Other.............. 249.17 ERIN COLOROSO............................. Services and Other................ 51.61 FAMILIES FIRST................................ Community Programs.......... 480.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY......... MISC................................. 1,862.60 FAMILY TREE.................................... Community Programs..... 34,240.00 FELIX MOORE................................... Services and Other.............. 252.27 FOUR STAR LEARNING CENTER LLC ........................................................... MISC............................... 22,866.30 FREMONT COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT ........................................................... Services and Other................ 38.21 GERALD H PHIPPS INC.................... MISC............................. 155,938.07 GLORIA EGAN................................... Services and Other.............. 101.59 GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY.......MISC...................................... 994.00 GREENFIELD INVESTMENTS LLC.....Community Programs............. 650.00 HAILEY TRAVIS................................. Services and Other.............. 343.62 HANNAH MEKKAWY......................... Services and Other................ 39.46 HEATHER COFFMAN........................ Community Programs............ 55.50 HEATHER COFFMAN........................ Supplies................................. 41.44 HEATHER MORGAN......................... Services and Other................ 15.64 HEAVEN TESFAYE............................ Services and Other.............. 243.61 HOGAN.............................................. Services and Other.............. 700.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Supplies............................... 419.79 INTERGROUP INC............................ MISC................................. 3,140.68 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE....... MISC.................................... 150.00 JACQUELYN GABEL......................... Community Programs.............. 6.17 JACQUELYN GABEL......................... Services and Other.............. 285.80 JAMES C SALAZAR.......................... Services and Other.............. 225.00 JEFFREY KEY................................... Services and Other.............. 371.03 JENNA ROSSMAN............................. Services and Other.............. 464.36 JENNIFER JONES-DAY..................... Services and Other.............. 115.00 JENNIFER MARINE........................... Community Programs............ 41.85 JESSICA ADEN.................................. Services and Other................ 50.63 JESSICA WILLIAMS.......................... Services and Other................ 75.21 JIANG HUA XU.................................. Community Programs.......... 692.00 JJK SECURITY & INVESTIGATIONS INC ........................................................... Services and Other................ 80.00 JODI GULLEY.................................... Services and Other................ 67.25 JODI MONTGOMERY-MAPLES........ Services and Other.............. 157.61 JOEL MILNER.................................... Community Programs....... 1,575.00 JOHN COYNER................................. Services and Other................ 88.83 JOHN DRULIS.................................... Services and Other.............. 454.14 JOHN NAGENCAST.......................... Services and Other.............. 472.50 JONATHAN MARK DEDIEMAR......... Services and Other.............. 225.00 JORDAN M MCGINNIS...................... Services and Other.............. 360.19 JOSEPH BORREGO.......................... Services and Other................ 26.45 JUANIKA BARNETT........................... Services and Other................ 84.69 JULIA RAMSDELL.............................. Services and Other.............. 312.33 JULIE SCHILLING.............................. Services and Other.............. 378.07 JUSTINA MEADOWS......................... Services and Other.............. 146.83 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................. 787,536.47 KANSAS VITAL STATISTICS............. Services and Other................ 15.00 KARA HABER.................................... Services and Other.............. 596.73 KAREN MAZZINI................................ Services and Other................ 31.88 KARI SALES...................................... Services and Other.............. 220.24 KARLA KELLY.................................... Services and Other.............. 339.85 KARLA LICON.................................... MISC........................................ 5.00 KARRIE KAUFMAN............................ Services and Other................ 34.88 KATHARINA MITTLER....................... Services and Other.............. 273.21 KATHERINE SMITH........................... Services and Other................ 50.36 KATHLEEN STAFFORD..................... Services and Other................ 41.37 KATIE WILSON.................................. Services and Other.............. 396.33 KATRIONA MORTIMORE.................. Services and Other.............. 463.40 KELLI TERRELL................................. Services and Other.............. 229.66 KESHA THOMAS............................... Services and Other................ 62.02

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PAGE 20 | THE VILLAGER • September 13, 2018 — Continued from page 19 — KIM KUNARD..................................... Services and Other.............. 173.98 KIMBERLY K KOCH........................... Services and Other.............. 221.43 KIMBERLY PINE................................ Services and Other.............. 151.18 KIRSTEN LEIF................................... Community Programs............ 40.24 KRAYNEWSKIA ALLEN..................... Services and Other.............. 156.52 KRISTEN LAWRENCE....................... Services and Other.............. 135.98 KRISTIN DAVIS.................................. Services and Other.............. 342.21 KT INTERNATIONAL.......................... Services and Other........... 3,089.35 LACEY SETTLE................................. Services and Other................ 29.65 LANAE UNREIN................................. Services and Other................ 13.24 LARANE GARY.................................. Services and Other.............. 143.28 LARRY BANKSTON........................... Services and Other........... 1,890.00 LATITUDE APARTMENT INVESTORS II LLC ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 600.00 LATONYA WHITAKER........................ Community Programs....... 1,033.44 LAURA PATTERSON......................... Services and Other.............. 322.46 LEAH TURNER.................................. Services and Other................ 18.86 LEBA HIRSCH.................................... Services and Other.............. 402.76 LEXIS NEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 769.75 LINDA ARNOLD................................. Services and Other.............. 180.46 LINDSEY WARNE.............................. Community Programs............ 15.50 LINDSEY WARNE.............................. Services and Other.............. 782.18 LINX MULTIMEDIA LLLP................... MISC................................. 5,898.89 LISA COVINGTON............................. Services and Other................ 79.57 LORETTA A MCGILL.......................... Services and Other.............. 270.62 LORI A POWELL................................ Community Programs....... 1,100.00 LORI OSWALD................................... Services and Other................ 34.17 LORI PECK........................................ Services and Other................ 30.41 MAE MOORHEAD.............................. Services and Other.............. 134.44 MARGARET GOETTGE..................... Services and Other.............. 227.48 MARIA JURIST................................... Services and Other................ 11.88 MARIA LOUIS.................................... Services and Other.............. 894.37 MARIANN TORRENCE...................... Services and Other.............. 333.05 MARIBEL SMITH................................ Services and Other.............. 119.04 MARIKA QUINN................................. Community Programs............ 45.03 MARIKA QUINN................................. Services and Other.............. 698.62 MARILEE MCWILLIAMS.................... Services and Other.............. 468.36 MARISSA GIBBINS............................ Community Programs............ 50.44 MARISSA GIBBINS............................ Services and Other.............. 745.83 MARK A SMITH.................................. Community Programs....... 1,310.00 MARK L RONAN................................ Services and Other.............. 450.00 MARLYSE N KNIGHT........................ Community Programs....... 1,500.00 MARY LEEDS.................................... Services and Other.............. 197.74 MARY LEMA....................................... Services and Other................ 56.19 MEGHAN LOFTUS............................. Services and Other.............. 112.93 MELADIE CLOPTON......................... Services and Other.............. 389.80 MELISSA DAHLIN.............................. Services and Other................ 24.27 MELISSA MCKINLEY......................... Services and Other.............. 279.48 MELODY ALBRIGHT.......................... Services and Other................ 17.11 MICHAEL DEGRETTO....................... Services and Other.............. 174.02 MICHAEL KENNEDY......................... Community Programs............ 40.00 MICHELE STUVEL............................. Services and Other.............. 275.27 MICHELLE DOSSEY.......................... Services and Other................ 34.99 MINDY KUGLER................................ Services and Other................ 82.24 MIRIAM EVELYN CHAVEZ................ Services and Other.............. 383.74 MISTY L KOWAKZYK........................ Community Programs....... 1,175.24 MORIAH CAMPBELL......................... Services and Other.............. 116.79 NANCY BROWN................................ Services and Other.................. 8.00 NATALIE CORONADO....................... Services and Other.............. 149.00 NATHANIEL WINEGAR..................... Services and Other................ 62.68 NOHEMI BURCIAGA......................... Services and Other.............. 144.67 NOMAD LLC...................................... Community Programs.......... 677.00 OLIVIA BENNETT.............................. Services and Other................ 26.27 OREGON DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ........................................................... MISC.................................... 285.78 PAMELA ALCANTARA....................... Services and Other.............. 155.06 PAMELA YANETT............................... Services and Other.............. 149.49 PARK COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE... Services and Other................ 35.00 PATRIC HUGHES.............................. Services and Other.............. 273.26 PAX MOULTRIE................................. Services and Other.............. 238.01 PENELOPE CHIHA............................ Services and Other.............. 157.40 PHILIP JAMES................................... Services and Other................ 52.05 PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL ........................................................... Supplies............................ 9,966.00 PUEBLO COUNTY GOVERNMENT.. Services and Other................ 40.40 RACHAEL RYAN................................ Services and Other.............. 217.11 RACHEL ANNE NUNEZ..................... Services and Other.............. 945.00 RANDELL THIGPEN.......................... Services and Other.............. 425.82 REBECCA CAREY............................. Services and Other.............. 115.10 RESIDENCES AT FIRST AVENUE LLLP ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,418.00 ROBERT ALAN JACKSON................ Services and Other.............. 945.00 ROBERT PREVOST.......................... Services and Other.............. 325.22 ROBIN NICETA.................................. Services and Other.............. 360.30 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHILDREN’S LAW ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 150.00 ROLANDA NIX................................... Services and Other................ 43.71 ROSA PEREZ-RAMIREZ................... MISC...................................... 20.00 ROSIE GREEN.................................. Community Programs.......... 189.00 ROYAL BUYING GROUP INC............ Community Programs....... 3,000.00 SALVATORE L FAZIO JR................... Services and Other.............. 945.00 SAMANTHA BURNISON.................... Services and Other................ 19.67 SARAH PHILLIPS.............................. Services and Other........... 1,440.00 SARAH WOLF.................................... Services and Other.............. 377.14 SCOTTY DAY..................................... Services and Other.............. 426.84 SHAELA NEWBY............................... Services and Other................ 29.43 SHANNON BEATTY........................... Services and Other.............. 100.83 SHAWNA HAYDEN SHAFFER.......... Services and Other.............. 513.40 SHAYLA REICHERT.......................... Services and Other................ 76.24 SHERONNABAH HARVEY................ Services and Other.............. 369.35 SHERRITA BISHOP........................... Services and Other........... 1,417.50 SHILOH HOME INC........................... Community Programs..... 33,297.22 SHILOH HOUSE................................ Community Programs..... 10,722.08 STACI CALLAWAY............................. Services and Other.............. 424.97 STACIE BEAVER............................... Services and Other.............. 320.94 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC............................... 17,029.96 STAPLETON STORAGE LLC............ Community Programs.......... 349.90 STATE OF NEVADA OFFICE OF....... Services and Other................ 40.00 STEPHANIE GREER......................... Community Programs............ 39.63 STEPHANIE GREER......................... Services and Other.............. 623.78 STEVEN NASH.................................. Services and Other................ 56.46 SUMMIT STONE HEALTH PARTNERS ........................................................... Services and Other......... 11,100.00 SUSAN ADAMCZYK.......................... Services and Other................ 93.60 SUZANNE HEDICAN......................... Services and Other................ 11.99 T-MOBILE USA INC........................... Services and Other.............. 102.00 TACTICAL ONE PROCESS SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Services and Other................ 64.95 TALENTSMART INC.......................... Services and Other........... 1,764.00 TANYA JENKINS................................ Services and Other................ 18.47 TARA GAHERIN................................. Services and Other.............. 150.80 TARA SAULIBIO................................. Community Programs............ 57.65 TARA SAULIBIO................................. Services and Other................ 20.17 TCHD.................................................. Services and Other................ 20.00 TCUA MINDY HEU............................. Services and Other.............. 110.09 TECSOLARC LLC.............................. Services and Other........... 7,800.00 THERESA JOHNSON........................ Services and Other................ 16.30 THOMAS A GRAHAM JR................... Services and Other........... 2,362.50 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Services and Other........... 4,938.55 TIFFANY MCGEE............................... Services and Other.............. 126.29 TODD HYMAN................................... Services and Other.............. 132.88 TOM MILLS PSI INC.......................... Services and Other........... 7,380.00 TRACY CARROLL............................. Community Programs............ 21.30 TRACY CARROLL............................. Services and Other.............. 310.33 TRACY OPP....................................... Services and Other.............. 180.28 TRI COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 360.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Community Programs..... 26,070.11 TROPICAL SURVEILLANCE AND INVESTIGA ........................................................... Services and Other................ 88.00 UNCLE G’S IMPRINTED SPORTS WEAR ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 120.00 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION....MISC...................................... 792.17 VALERIE K BROOKS......................... Services and Other........... 1,147.50 VALERIE MEROS.............................. Services and Other.............. 264.98 VANESSA FRAZIER........................... Services and Other................ 23.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other......... 15,761.33 VERMEL PAIGE................................. Community Programs.......... 500.00 VICTORIA ARMSTRONG-MENSAH..... Community Programs.......... 2,016.00 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP.... Services and Other.............. 227.70 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC................................. 8,810.68 VITAL RECORDS............................... Services and Other.................. 5.00 W.H. GRIFFIN, TRUSTEE.................. MISC.................................... 417.68 WESTDALE GACO PROPERTIES LLC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,879.00 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Community Programs.......... 933.83

YANGSON BAKER............................. Services and Other................ 12.75 ZHANNA ZUKIN................................. Services and Other.................. 8.45 FUND REPORT - 12 Electronic Filing Technology COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE ........................................................... MISC............................... 21,788.00 KOFILE TECHNOLOGIES INC.......... Services and Other......... 23,646.00 FUND REPORT - 14 Law Enforcement Authority District CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66....... Services and Other.............. 208.00 COLORADO DEPT OF HUMAN SVCS ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 915.00 DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITAL AUTH ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 680.00 DENVER LOCKSMITHS.................... Services and Other................ 85.00 EVA LOUISE FOSTER....................... Services and Other.............. 160.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP... Supplies................................. 17.97 JENNIFER MARIA SCARPELLI......... Services and Other................ 80.00 JUDICIARY COURTS STATE OF CO...Services and Other................... 91.00 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................. 126,513.01 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES........... Services and Other.............. 137.52 LAZ PARKING.................................... Services and Other.............. 286.00 LOS VERDES III LLC......................... Services and Other........... 1,500.00 POWERDETAILS LLC........................ Services and Other.............. 168.95 PROFORCE MARKETING INC.......... Supplies............................... 366.00 PROTECTION ONE........................... Services and Other................ 62.25 ROBERT A HEDRICK........................ Services and Other.............. 236.80 ROCKY MOUNTAIN INFORMATION....Services and Other................. 100.00 RYDERS PUBLIC SAFETY LLC........ Supplies............................ 1,751.07 SEYMOUR LODGING CORP............ Services and Other........... 1,120.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,677.37 TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT.................. MISC.................................... 923.08 THE VILLAGER LEAGALS................ Services and Other................ 13.46 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Services and Other.............. 161.78 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Supplies............................... 163.20 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.......... Services and Other........... 1,589.83 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER................ Services and Other........... 1,683.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other........... 5,494.77 VICTIM ASSISTANCE LAW............... Services and Other........... 1,383.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC................................. 1,377.19 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF DENVER ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 283.90 WATCHGUARD VIDEO...................... Supplies............................ 1,152.00 FUND REPORT - 15 Arapahoe / Douglas Works! A PLUS LEARNING CENTER............ Community Programs.......... 174.00 ADK ELECTRIC CORPORATION...... Community Programs.......... 630.00 ADK ELECTRIC CORPORATION...... Services and Other........... 3,813.24 ANDREA BARNUM............................ Services and Other................ 90.52 APPLIED SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,765.00 ATLAS REAL ESTATE GROUP......... Community Programs....... 3,390.00 BARBARA KESSEL............................ Services and Other................ 33.14 CASSANDRA SNOW......................... Services and Other................ 94.08 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Supplies............................... 173.00 CHARLENE DEL VESCOVO............. Services and Other................ 89.05 CHELSEA BEARD............................. Services and Other................ 88.74 CHRISTIAN ASSISTED LIVING HOMES ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,116.00 CHRISTINE BRODERS..................... Services and Other................ 11.66 CHRISTOPHER MATT CORNETT..... Services and Other.............. 153.19 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 190.00 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... Supplies............................ 2,700.00 COLORADO TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 597.00 COMMERCIAL VEHICLE TRAINING CENTER ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,500.00 CRAZY SCRUBS INC........................ Community Programs.......... 578.25 DAISY MAYES................................... Services and Other................ 94.65 DAN RENZO FLAVIER....................... Services and Other.............. 100.00 DAVID L WAYMAN............................. Supplies................................. 25.00 DEINA INSURANCE SERVICES....... Community Programs............ 80.57 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Supplies............................ 6,858.81 ECONOMIC DEVELOPERS COUNCIL OF ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 500.00 ELIZABETH MIKALATOS................... Services and Other................ 27.36 ERICA CARR..................................... Services and Other................ 51.78 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY......... MISC................................. 1,284.42 FRANK DAVIS.................................... Services and Other................ 78.21 GREEN LEAF STONE CLIFF LLC..... Community Programs....... 1,729.00 HICO DISTRIBUTING OF COLORADO ........................................................... Supplies................................. 18.00 HILDA PEREZ AGENCY.................... Services and Other........... 3,594.00 HOME BUYERS WARRANTY CORPORATION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,941.30 IZAIAH ARELLANO............................ Services and Other.............. 100.00 JAMIE FISHER................................... Services and Other................ 89.98 JESSICA TRUJILLO........................... Services and Other.............. 235.20 JOEL CHAVIRA.................................. Services and Other.............. 100.00 JOHN D NEBEL................................. Services and Other........... 4,870.00 JUDITH EMERY................................. Services and Other................ 40.00 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 99,541.76 KATHY S ZARLENGO........................ Services and Other................ 56.52 KELLY A FOLKS................................. Services and Other.............. 157.81 KELLY VIGIL....................................... Services and Other.............. 125.40 KOURTNEY CLEVELAND................. Services and Other................ 47.42 LEGEND OAKS.................................. Community Programs....... 1,529.00 LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE SYSTEMS ........................................................... Services and Other......... 15,840.00 MADYSON M GLASGOW.................. Services and Other................ 12.54 MARIYA OLEKSANDRIVNA RUDAKOVA ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 100.00 MARK A GREEN................................ Community Programs.......... 700.00 MCAIR AVIATION LLC....................... Services and Other......... 11,000.00 METROPOLITAN STATE UNIVERSITY ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 189.46 MOHAMED A FARAH......................... Services and Other................ 29.43 NIELS E CHRISTENSEN................... Services and Other................ 61.04 RANDOLPH JOHNSON..................... Services and Other................ 85.02 ROBIN LINKER AND ASSOC............ Community Programs.......... 288.00 ROBIN LINKER AND ASSOC............ Services and Other........... 3,000.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Services and Other................ 92.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN WORKFORCE.. Services and Other.............. 599.00 RODNEY LANHAM............................ Services and Other................ 91.02 RONALD PEREA............................... Services and Other................ 35.64 RUTH MCCORMICK.......................... Services and Other................ 23.60 SAMS CLUB DISCOVER/GEMB....... Supplies............................... 118.41 SASHA EASTON................................ Services and Other................ 43.41 SHRED-IT USA.................................. Services and Other.............. 170.90 SPRING INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 260.75 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,885.44 STATE OF COLORADO..................... Community Programs............ 95.00 STEPHANIE MUFIC........................... Services and Other.............. 164.86 SUNCHASE APARTMENTS.............. Community Programs....... 1,195.00 SUZIE MILLER................................... Services and Other.............. 157.74 TALENTSMART INC.......................... Services and Other.............. 126.00 TERRENCE C GEHAUF.................... Community Programs....... 1,200.00 THE COUNCIL FOR COMMUNITY AND ECONO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 670.00 THE DENVER CENTER FOR CRIME VICTIMS ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 500.00 THE JOB STORE............................... Services and Other......... 12,329.53 THE LEARNING SOURCE................. Services and Other........... 4,375.00 THRESHOLD HR LLC....................... Services and Other.............. 200.00 TIFFANY BAZANAC........................... Services and Other................ 22.07 UNITED STATES TRUCK DRIVING.... Services and Other............. 3,995.00 UNIVERSITY OF DENVER................ Services and Other......... 10,995.00 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION....MISC...................................... 558.50 VALERO MARKETING & SUPPLY CO. ........................................................... Community Programs....... 4,921.68 VALORIE A BAILEY............................ Services and Other................ 51.88 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other.............. 694.75 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 908.18 WELLS FARGO BANK N. A............... Community Programs.......... 926.16 FUND REPORT - 16 Road and Bridge ACE IRRIGATION & MFG CO............ Supplies.......................... 17,508.16 AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES.............. Supplies............................ 5,489.20 ALFRED BENESCH & COMPANY..... Services and Other........... 2,986.50 ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........ Supplies............................... 183.50 ALLEN PETERSON........................... Services and Other.............. 320.00 ASPHALT SPECIALTIES................... Services and Other................ 40.00 AT&T MOBILITY II LLC...................... Services and Other.............. 362.84 CITY OF AURORA............................. Services and Other....... 530,313.88

CITY OF CENTENNIAL...................... Services and Other....... 336,815.42 CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE.. Services and Other......... 53,066.41 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD..................... Services and Other....... 107,499.97 CITY OF GLENDALE......................... Services and Other......... 27,184.37 CITY OF GREENWOOD VILLAGE.... Services and Other....... 181,750.49 CITY OF LITTLETON......................... Services and Other....... 125,056.97 DEVIN JONES................................... Supplies............................... 115.00 DOLORES TIPPETT.......................... Services and Other.............. 787.50 EAST JORDAN IRON WORKS INC... Supplies............................ 4,809.02 FASTENAL COMPANY...................... Supplies............................ 1,640.38 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................... 739.92 GREATWOOD LUMBER & HARDWARE ........................................................... Supplies................................... 8.99 HORIZON LAWN & TREE CARE INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 5,229.00 INDEPENDENT SALT COMPANY..... Supplies.......................... 84,796.58 INTERWEST SAFETY SUPPLY INC. Supplies............................... 792.16 IREA................................................... Services and Other.............. 581.90 JALISCO INTERNATIONAL, INC....... Services and Other....... 105,588.60 JK TRANSPORTS INC....................... Services and Other....... 401,183.50 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 87,461.24 KIEWIT INFRASTRUCTURE CO....... Supplies............................... 204.51 LCC ENTERPRISES LLC.................. Supplies................................. 49.87 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.. Supplies............................... 651.69 MARION QUINT................................. Supplies............................... 107.98 MATHESON TRIGAS INC.................. Supplies............................... 114.16 NORTHERN IMPORTS...................... Supplies............................... 150.00 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 213.50 PAVEMENT REPAIR AND SUPPLIES INC ........................................................... Supplies............................ 1,726.00 PLM ASPHALT & CONCRETE INC... Services and Other....... 174,761.31 RDP BARRICADE CO, LLC DBA....... Supplies............................ 3,491.40 ROADSAFE TRAFFIC SYSTEMS..... Supplies................................. 87.50 ROTH SHANNON.............................. Services and Other........... 3,630.00 RUDY VILLANUEVA........................... Supplies............................... 115.00 SAFETY AND CONSTRUCTION....... Supplies............................... 342.80 SHARON K WOODIS......................... Services and Other.............. 787.50 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,222.61 US BANK............................................ Services and Other........... 1,575.00 VANCE BROTHERS INC................... Supplies............................... 262.20 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other........... 1,236.70 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 902.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 783.58 WL CONTRACTORS INC.................. Services and Other......... 12,445.95 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other........... 1,510.58 FUND REPORT - 20 Sheriff’s Commissary ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT...... Services and Other......... 13,887.50 AURORA MENTAL HEALTH.............. Services and Other......... 14,439.61 BAKER & TAYLOR............................. Supplies............................ 2,699.84 BARGREEN ELLINGSON INC.......... Supplies............................ 2,915.28 COMCAST.......................................... Services and Other.............. 554.81 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC....Services and Other.............. 7,764.42 DEBRA RENEE TYGRETT................ Services and Other........... 2,752.50 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 11,872.34 NANCY LANTZ................................... Services and Other.............. 330.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 221.38 THE DENVER POST.......................... Services and Other........... 2,211.50 UNITED STATES POSTMASTER...... Supplies.......................... 28,590.00 USA TODAY....................................... Services and Other................ 82.46 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 194.34 FUND REPORT - 21 Community Development AURORA HOUSING AUTHORITY..... Services and Other........... 8,772.49 BROTHERS REDEVELOPMENT INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 5,204.94 FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER..... Services and Other......... 10,106.94 HABITAT FOR HUMANITY OF METRO ........................................................... Services and Other....... 191,596.37 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC................................. 3,908.76 SENIOR HUB INC.............................. Services and Other.............. 157.87 STAG ENTERPRISES........................ Services and Other......... 10,450.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC...................................... 88.19 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other................ 20.01 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP.... Services and Other................ 74.60 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC...................................... 56.88 FUND REPORT - 25 Developmental Disability DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS........ Services and Other......... 88,695.88 FUND REPORT - 26 Grants 1098 COLORADO.............................. Community Programs.......... 605.16 ADRIAN ELLIOTT.............................. Services and Other.............. 345.60 ALTOS REALTY ADVISORS INC....... Community Programs.......... 900.00 ANGELA STANTON........................... Services and Other................ 53.82 ASHLEY YANT................................... Services and Other............... 111.21 AURORA HOUSING AUTHORITY..... Community Programs....... 1,329.00 BIG INVESTMENT GROUP LLC....... Community Programs....... 1,100.00 BLUE TARP FINANCIAL INC............. Supplies............................ 1,966.52 BRENDA SIMONS............................. Supplies................................. 13.37 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 500.00 CITY OF AURORA............................. Services and Other.............. 226.09 COLUMBIA INDUSTRIES INC........... Supplies............................ 2,989.96 COMCOR INC.................................... Community Programs.......... 161.20 CORECIVIC LLC................................ Community Programs....... 6,539.43 CORECIVIC LLC................................ Services and Other........... 6,070.00 DC MANAGEMENT LLC.................... Community Programs....... 1,000.00 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.... Services and Other............. 1,346.88 DENVER WINAIR CO........................ MISC................................. 5,248.00 DONNA GARRETT............................. Services and Other................ 13.41 EAGLE ROCK SUPPLY..................... MISC............................... 13,680.00 ELOISA ALTAMIRA............................. Services and Other................ 53.99 GARD CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,419.00 H & A PROPERTIES LLC................... Services and Other........... 8,189.44 HELEN SHEEREN............................. Services and Other................ 25.72 HOLLY HOOVER............................... Services and Other................ 47.95 HOME COMFORT INSULATION....... Services and Other........... 8,588.34 INTERVENTION COMMUNITY.......... Community Programs....... 4,401.38 JENNIFER ROSE............................... Services and Other................ 70.81 JOY BAUER....................................... Services and Other................ 74.09 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 42,309.56 KEVIN JOHN MCLNALLY.................. Community Programs....... 1,625.00 LARIMER COUNTY........................... Community Programs............ 75.60 LOCKBOX NUMBER: 234070........... MISC................................. 1,944.00 LOHMILLER AND COMPANY............ Supplies............................... 231.35 LORI BIEWEN.................................... Services and Other................ 65.40 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.....MISC...................................... 998.75 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.....Supplies.................................. 385.30 MARCIA A HANNAH.......................... Community Programs.......... 840.00 MARISSA BOVEE.............................. Services and Other................ 56.14 MARISSA BOVEE.............................. Supplies................................. 46.96 MAUREEN UPTHEGROVE............... Services and Other................ 60.50 MONTGOMERY INSULATION INC... Services and Other........... 8,531.12 NATHANIEL MITCHELL..................... Services and Other.............. 345.60 NEW GENESIS INC........................... Supplies............................... 252.00 NICOLE BUTLER............................... Services and Other................ 11.17 OXFORD HOUSE APACHE............... Community Programs.......... 335.00 PHOEBE UMALI................................ Community Programs....... 1,750.00 PRENTICE PLACE LOFTS LIMITED....Community Programs............. 700.00 REINA WRIGHT................................. Services and Other................ 47.96 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Supplies................................. 57.20 SALVATION ARMY CROSSROADS RESOURCE ........................................................... Supplies............................... 240.00 SENIORS’ RESOURCE CENTER INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 40,456.43 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 989.10 TERESA MARLOWE.......................... Services and Other.................. 3.47 TYCO FIRE & SECURITY (US)......... Services and Other.............. 413.84 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES INC........... Services and Other........... 1,529.25 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other.............. 388.77 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 321.92 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 146.97 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other.............. 869.70 FUND REPORT - 28 Open Space Sales Tax ALBERT FREI & SONS INC............... Services and Other........... 2,670.82 ALFONSO BONILLA.......................... MISC................................. 1,310.00 ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........ Services and Other.............. 228.40

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LEGALS — Continued from page 20 — ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........ Supplies............................... 195.00 ALLIANCE CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS LLC ........................................................... MISC............................... 36,818.16 APPLEGATE GROUP INC................. Services and Other.............. 560.00 BELFORE ENVIRONMENTAL........... Services and Other......... 12,274.26 CHERRY CREEK TRANSPORTATION ........................................................... MISC.................................... 900.00 CHERRY CREEK VISTA PARK AND....Services and Other.............. 3,030.00 COLORADO ARBORISTIS AND LAWN ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 200.00 CRYSTAL ORGAN............................. Services and Other................ 71.94 DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 58,969.50 DIANA OROZCO................................ MISC................................. 1,101.25 DISTINCTIVE THREADS, INC........... Supplies............................ 1,043.51 ELIZABETH GASCA.......................... MISC................................. 1,085.00 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCTS INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 143.00 FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG..... Services and Other......... 17,609.08 GLORIA SOLIS.................................. MISC................................. 1,103.00 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................ 4,460.41 GREBDNILL INC................................ Supplies............................... 558.90 HIGH LINE CANAL CONSERVANCY...Services and Other.............. 2,500.00 INTERLINE BRANDS INC.................. Supplies............................... 765.00 IREA................................................... Services and Other................ 58.85 JESUS DORADO............................... MISC................................. 1,100.00 JOSH TENNESON............................. Supplies................................. 76.70 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 21,183.58 LARIMER COUNTY........................... Services and Other.............. 200.00 LORENA SUAREZ............................. MISC.................................... 844.00 LUIS DORANTES.............................. MISC................................. 1,200.00 MARIA AVALOS.................................. MISC................................. 1,300.00 MARY CAMACHO.............................. Services and Other................ 30.52 MIGUEL SALAZAR............................ MISC.................................... 885.00 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP ........................................................... Services and Other......... 15,154.50 PAUL MUEHL..................................... MISC................................. 1,065.00 POTESTIO BROTHERS.................... Supplies............................ 1,637.42 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Services and Other................ 82.80 ROTH SHANNON.............................. Services and Other.............. 205.00 SOLSBURY HILL LLC........................ Supplies............................... 172.57 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 487.96 STEVEN RODRIGUEZ....................... MISC................................. 1,385.00 STREAM DESIGN LLC...................... Services and Other......... 65,022.18 SUNBELT RENTALS INC................... Supplies............................... 415.74 TALENTSMART INC.......................... Services and Other.............. 126.00 THE DENVER POST CORPORATION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 8,662.51 TRIPLE L&P INC................................ Services and Other........... 6,069.32 VECTOR DISEASE CONTROL......... Services and Other........... 7,510.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other........... 1,245.35 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 169.02 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 197.00 WEED WRANGLERS......................... Services and Other........... 1,757.20 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other......... 10,360.57 FUND REPORT - 29 Homeland Security - North Central BARRON PICTURES LLC................. Services and Other........... 1,725.00 BEAR VALLEY COMMUNICATIONS INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 642.86 BULLSHARK INC............................... Services and Other.............. 326.20 C SCOTT KELLAR............................. MISC............................... 12,110.00 CADWELL IRREVOCABLE TRUST III ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 406.00 CHARLES SCOTT KELLAR............... Services and Other.............. 600.07 CITY OF ORLANDO........................... MISC................................. 1,989.56 DOUGLAS M BRUCE........................ Services and Other................ 40.00 EON OFFICE PRODUCTS................ Services and Other.............. 210.12 GIUSEPPE’S PIZZERIA & DELI........ Services and Other.............. 775.34 JOHN FUDENBERH.......................... Services and Other.............. 631.20 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC................................. 3,327.88 KEVIN KAY......................................... Services and Other.............. 271.01 LOUISVILLE FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 922.56 MOUNTAIN VIEW FIRE PROTECTION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,018.40 RICHARD C PRICE............................ Services and Other........... 4,998.41 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC...................................... 74.22 STEPHANY JUNEAU......................... Services and Other.............. 143.66 TIME CREATORS INC....................... Services and Other.............. 300.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other.............. 239.75 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC...................................... 14.68 WEST METRO FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 400.00 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other.............. 243.53 FUND REPORT - 33 Building Maintenance Fund A & A TRADIN POST INC................... Services and Other.............. 323.74 AGS CONSTRUCTION INC............... Services and Other........... 1,029.40 ARBON EQUIPMENT CORPORATION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 5,835.00 CENTURYLINK.................................. Services and Other.............. 708.78 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC......... Services and Other.............. 744.05 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC......... Supplies............................... 313.93 CONSERVE-A-WATT LIGHTING....... Services and Other.............. 161.24 CRITTER GITTERZ............................ Services and Other........... 3,159.00 DS CONSULTING INC....................... Services and Other.............. 880.00 DS WATERS OF AMERICA INC........ Supplies............................... 118.47 ENGLEWOOD LOCK AND SAFE INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 127.92 FASTENAL COMPANY...................... Services and Other................ 31.72

FORECLOSURES NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED OVERBID FUNDS CRS 38-38-111(2.5b)(3a,b,d)(5) PUBLIC TRUSTEE SALE NO. 0522-2017 To: Record Owner of the property as of the recording of the Notice of Election and Demand or other person entitled. You are advised that there are overbid funds due you. This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed of Trust and Notice of Election and Demand: Name of Record Owner as evidenced on the Notice of Election and Demand or other person entitled Derrick Brickert Address of Record Owner as evidenced on the recorded instrument evidencing the owner’s interest 3076 S HOLLY PL, DENVER, CO 80222 Recording Date of Deed of Trust October 31, 2006 Recording Information B6155140 Recording Date of Notice of Election and Demand September 27, 2017 Recording Information of Notice of Election and Demand D7109546 Legal Description of Property LOT 20, BLOCK 24, GAISER HOLLY HILLS, COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO. Street Address of Property 3076 S HOLLY PL, DENVER, CO 80222 NOTICE OF UNCLAIMED OVERBID FUNDS I sold at public auction, at 10:00 A.M. on 5/30/18, at the East Hear-

ing Room, County Administration Building, 5334 South Prince Street, Littleton, Colorado, 80120, to the highest and best bidder for cash, the real property described above. An overbid was realized from the sale and, unless the funds are claimed by the owner or other persons entitled thereto within six months from the date of sale, the funds due to you will be transferred to the general fund of the County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado, or to the State Treasurer as part of the “Unclaimed Property Act”, pursuant to Colorado law. First Publication 8/30/18 Last Publication 9/27/18 Name of Publication The Villager Date: 8/21/18 Susan K Ryden, Public Trustee in and for the County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado By: Diana Springfield, Chief Deputy, for Public Trustee ©Public Trustees› Association of Colorado Revised 9/2012 Published in The Villager First Publication: August 30, 2018 Last Publication: September 27, 2018 Legal # 0522-2017 ____________________________

FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 280.00 FOLIAGE DESIGN SYSTEMS OF..... Supplies............................... 405.58 GLOBAL FIRE & SAFETY INC.......... Services and Other................ 90.00 GOLD PEAK INVESTMENT CORP... Services and Other................ 28.15 GRAINGER........................................ Services and Other.............. 219.58 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................... 955.45 HORIZON........................................... Services and Other.............. 142.12 INTERLINE BRANDS INC.................. Supplies.......................... 13,334.63 INTERMOUNTAIN LOCK AND........... Services and Other.............. 328.51 JOHNSTONE SUPPLY OF DENVER... Services and Other................. 264.29 KEESEN LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 5,782.90 MOBILE MINI LLC.............................. Services and Other.................. 7.04 RAMPART SUPPLY INC.................... Services and Other.............. 506.16 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Supplies................................. 39.40 ROCKY MOUNTAIN PARKING LOT.....Services and Other.............. 1,618.00 SAVATREE LLC................................. Services and Other........... 5,746.00 SHERWIN WILLIAMS........................ Services and Other................ 57.39 SHRED-IT USA.................................. Services and Other........... 1,738.66 SIEMENS INDUSTRY INC................ Services and Other.............. 537.00 SOLSBURY HILL LLC........................ Services and Other.............. 962.00 STRAIGHT LINE SAWCUTTING INC... Services and Other.............. 8,420.89 TAFT ENGINEERING INC................. Services and Other........... 1,504.76 THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.......... Services and Other.............. 251.44 TOWER REPAIR SPECIALISTS INC.... Services and Other.............. 1,050.00 TRIPLE L&P INC................................ Services and Other.............. 200.64 WESTERN ACCESS CONTROLS INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 355.00 FUND REPORT - 34 Fair Fund ALLISON STANTON.......................... MISC.................................... 275.00 AMBERG ENTERTAINMENT COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 350.00 ASCO EXPLORER POST.................. Services and Other........... 3,500.00 CLEAR SELECTIONS GROUP.......... Services and Other........... 2,868.00 CODE 4 SECURITY SERVICES LLC.Services and Other......... 13,983.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY.... Services and Other.............. 770.00 CPR & PRINT SOLUTIONS INC........ Supplies............................... 487.74 CRABTREE AMUSEMENTS INC....... Services and Other....... 156,245.00 DENVER ARMY RECRUITING BATTALION ........................................................... MISC.................................... 150.00 DOUG JONES.................................... MISC.................................... 149.00 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................... 394.40 LA HACIENDA.................................... MISC...................................... 72.00 LUCKY MARY’S BAKERY.................. MISC...................................... 29.00 MECIT TUTER................................... MISC.................................... 721.00 PAWS 4 PRODUCTIVITY LLC........... Services and Other.............. 450.00 PHILLY’S ITALIAN ICE....................... MISC.................................... 275.00 RADIO RESOURCE INC.................... Services and Other................ 99.00 SAFFIRE LLC..................................... Services and Other.............. 900.00 SHEILA GAINS................................... Supplies................................. 19.58 SILO PARK CMG EVELYN ALTON.... Supplies............................... 125.00 TAEVA CONLEY................................. MISC.................................... 252.00 TRIBUNE BROADCASTING COMPANY II LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 6,625.00 FUND REPORT - 41 Capital Expenditure CASTLE HILL TECHNOLOGIES INC...Services and Other.............. 7,820.00 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ MISC................................. 1,631.68 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... Capital Outlay................... 4,120.00 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................ MISC............................... 34,678.55 HAULAWAY STORAGE CONTAINERS INC ........................................................... Capital Outlay........................ 98.00 INTERGROUP INC............................ MISC................................. 3,397.42 KC CONSTRUCTION INC................. Capital Outlay................. 81,130.00 LEXISNEXIS RISK SOLUTIONS....... MISC................................. 9,000.00 LINX MULTIMEDIA LLLP................... Capital Outlay................... 4,983.28 TAFT ENGINEERING INC................. MISC............................... 24,777.85 TRIPLE L&P INC................................ Services and Other.............. 475.76 TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS.... MISC............................... 33,048.64 FUND REPORT - 42 Infrastructure DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES INC ........................................................... Services and Other....... 198,375.39 FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG..... Services and Other........... 4,195.00 JALISCO INTERNATIONAL, INC....... Services and Other......... 41,361.19 MERITAGE HOMES OF COLORADO INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 63,345.55 MIDDLE SOUTH PLATTE RIVER...... Services and Other......... 36,200.00 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP ........................................................... Services and Other......... 32,100.65 WL CONTRACTORS INC.................. Services and Other........... 2,652.00 FUND REPORT - 43 Arapahoe County Recreation District ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ........................................................... Services and Other......... 65,837.19 CHERRY CREEK VALLEY................. Services and Other........... 2,495.38 INTERLINE BRANDS INC.................. Supplies............................... 214.20 IREA................................................... Services and Other................ 22.13 JAMES C STEWART.......................... Services and Other.............. 200.00 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC................................. 5,614.96 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 119.23 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 103.16 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 617.95 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other........... 6,772.07 YESCO LLC....................................... Services and Other................ 69.00 FUND REPORT - 70 Central Services ADVANCE AUTO PARTS................... MISC.................................... 100.87 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ........................................................... MISC.................................... 954.23 AMERICAN TIRE DISTRIBUTORS INC ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,830.42 BERGKAMP INC................................ MISC.................................... 603.54 BOWIE INTERNATONAL LLC............ MISC............................... 16,775.00 Persons having an Interest or Title of Record in or to the said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to Michael D. Hepner, Michelle V. Hepner, Garland Blann, Lise Blann, Roslyn H. Grueskin, Arapahoe County Public Trustee, Heritage Place Homeowner’s Association, Springman, Braden, Wilson & Pontius, Southeast Metro Stormwater Authority, Emich Volkswagen, Michael G. McKinnon, Cypress Financial Group LLC, Colorado Department of Revenue, Advantage Assets II Inc., Machol & Johannes, LLC, Professional Finance Company Inc. You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 5th day of November, 2012, A.D., the then County Treasurer of the County of Arapahoe, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to Cheswold (TL), LLC, BMO Harris Bank, the following described real estate situate in the County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado, to-wit:

TREASURER

LOT 22 BLK 6 HERITAGE PLACE 4TH FLG aka 6323 S. Poplar Court

NOTICE OF PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE AT TAX LIEN SALE AND OF APPLICATION FOR ISSUANCE OF TREASURER’S DEED

and said County Treasurer issued a Certificate of Purchase therefore to Cheswold (TL), LLC, BMO Harris Bank;

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

That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent general taxes assessed against said real estate for the year 2011; That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s)

BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ........................................................... MISC................................. 5,743.52 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC...... MISC...................................... 17.02 COLORADO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CO ........................................................... MISC................................. 1,316.70 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS................ MISC.................................... 117.19 FEDEX............................................... MISC.................................... 428.34 HILL ENTERPRISES INC.................. MISC............................... 65,352.05 HORIZON........................................... MISC.................................... 101.80 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING ........................................................... MISC............................... 42,550.45 MIDSTATES DISTRIBUTING............. MISC.................................... 268.40 NAPA AUTO PARTS........................... MISC................................. 1,141.41 NATIONWIDE AUTO PARTS............. MISC.................................... 822.06 OJ WATSON COMPANY INC............ MISC.................................... 317.94 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SERVICES INC ........................................................... MISC.................................... 838.54 SPRADLEY BARR FORD.................. MISC............................. 185,633.00 THE PITNEY BOWES BANK INC...... MISC............................... 40,000.00 VISTA FD LLC.................................... MISC.................................... 173.10 WAYNE CLARK.................................. MISC............................... 16,387.00 FUND REPORT - 71 Self-Insurance Liability AD REMODELING/JOSE FLORES... Services and Other.............. 430.00 AGS CONSTRUCTION INC............... Services and Other........... 7,450.92 EAP GLASS....................................... Services and Other........... 1,197.00 IMA FINANCIAL GROUP................... Services and Other........... 1,500.00 INSIGHT AUTO GLASS..................... Services and Other.............. 275.46 JORDAN ROAD CARSTAR COLLISION ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 453.40 NAPA AUTO PARTS........................... Services and Other................ 51.44 OJ WATSON COMPANY INC............ Services and Other.............. 222.80 PATRICIA A SKAHILL......................... Services and Other.............. 360.00 PORTER AUTO BODY....................... Services and Other......... 20,174.96 VISTA FD LLC.................................... Services and Other................ 18.22 FUND REPORT - 73 Self-Insurance Workers Comp CANNON COCHRAN MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other....... 214,573.63 DEPT OF LABOR & EMPLOYMENT.... Services and Other.............. 5,795.14 FUND REPORT - 74 Self-Insurance Dental DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF COLORADO ........................................................... MISC............................. 100,641.72 DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other....... 105,469.25 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... Services and Other......... 11,765.32 RETIREMENT PLANNING SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 8,993.20 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... Services and Other.............. 156.73 FUND REPORT - 84 E-911 Authority CENTURYLINK.................................. Services and Other.............. 861.84 DIANE GUYON.................................. Services and Other.............. 180.00 ENGLEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Services and Other......... 17,514.53 FIRSTWATCH SOLUTIONS INC....... Services and Other........... 3,750.00 FRONT RANGE INTERNET INC....... Services and Other................ 60.00 HEATHER WELSH............................. Services and Other................ 85.00 ISC INC.............................................. Services and Other......... 86,560.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES........... Services and Other.............. 285.58 METCOM............................................ Services and Other....... 346,729.78 MOETIVATIONS INC.......................... Services and Other........... 2,750.00 PROMOS 911 INC.............................. Services and Other........... 1,173.51 SABLE ALTURA FIRE PROTECTION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,000.00 TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS.... MISC............................. 160,783.10 FUND REPORT - 91 Treasurer CITY OF AURORA............................. MISC.......................... 1,820,782.82 CITY OF CENTENNIAL...................... MISC............................. 484,573.34 CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE.. MISC............................... 96,782.34 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD..................... MISC............................. 229,544.58 CITY OF GLENDALE......................... MISC............................... 40,497.72 CITY OF LITTLETON / FINANCE DEPT ........................................................... MISC............................. 196,814.84 CITY OF SHERIDAN.......................... MISC............................... 80,196.36 COLO DEPT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT ........................................................... MISC................................. 1,335.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... MISC............................... 16,441.50 COLORADO DEPT OF REVENUE.... MISC.......................... 5,097,482.50 DEPARTMENT OF STATE................. MISC...................................... 10.00 PUBLIC HIGHWAY AUTHORITY....... MISC............................. 100,633.50 STATE OF COLORADO HUMAN SERVICES ........................................................... MISC................................. 8,900.00 TOWN OF COLUMBINE VALLEY...... MISC............................... 12,690.89 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 08/01/2018 THROUGH 08/31/2018 DRAWN FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE FUNDS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE HERE UNTO SET MY HAND AND SEAL OF THE SAID COUNTY AT LITTLETON THIS 09/04/2018 . MATT CRANE, CLERK TO THE BOARD Published in The Villager Published: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8517

of Michael D. & Michelle V. Hepner for said year 2011;

said Premises and To Whom It May Concern, and more especially to

8th day of January, 2019, A.D., unless the same has been redeemed.

That said Cheswold (TL), LLC, BMO Harris Bank, on the 26th day of March, 2018, the present holder of said Certificate, who has made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed to said real estate;

George H. Pigford, George Harrison Pigford, Lois J. Pigford, A. A. A., Inc., Capital One Bank USA NA, CACH LLC, P. Scott Lowery P.C., Wakefield and Associates, Inc.

Said property may be redeemed from said sale at any time prior to the actual execution of said Treasurer’s Deed.

That a Treasurer’s Deed will be issued for said real estate to the said Cheswold (TL), LLC, BMO Harris Bank, on or about the 8th day of January, 2019, 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 21st day of August, 2018, A.D. Sue Sandstrom Treasurer Arapahoe County Published in The Villager First Publication: August 30, 2018 Last Publication: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8493 ____________________________ 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

You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of November, 2011, A.D., the then County Treasurer of the County of Arapahoe, in the State of Colorado, sold at public tax lien sale to Eight Plus LLC, the following described real estate situate in the County of Arapahoe, State of Colorado, to-wit: TR 5 RANCHEROS FELICES aka 16949 E. Hinsdale Way and said County Treasurer issued a Certificate of Purchase therefore to Eight Plus LLC; That said tax lien sale was made to satisfy the delinquent general taxes assessed against said real estate for the year 2010; That said real estate was taxed or specially assessed in the name(s) of George H & Lois J Pigford for said year 2010; That said Effect Plus LLC, on the 15th day of May, 2018, 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 Effect Plus LLC, on or about the

Witness my hand this 21st day of August, 2018, A.D. Sue Sandstrom Treasurer Arapahoe County Published in The Villager First Publication: August 30, 2018 Last Publication: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8494 ____________________________

COURTS DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO 7325 South Potomac Street Centennial, Colorado 80112 (303) 649-6355 Telephone PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO In the Interest of: FAITH JOLIN Child, And concerning: BRITTANY JOLIN, BRIAN HUNT, AND JOHN DOE Respondents. Linda M. Arnold, Reg. #16764

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PAGE 22 | THE VILLAGER • September 13, 2018 — Continued from page 21 — Assistant County Attorney Attorney for Petitioner 14980 East Alameda Drive Aurora, CO 80012 303-636-1882 / Fax: (303) 6361889 Case No: 18JV0575 Division: 22

Date: August 31, 2018 Linda M. Arnold, No. 16764 Assistant County Attorney Attorney for Petitioner 14980 E. Alameda Dr. Aurora, CO 80012 (303-636-1882 (P) (303) 636-1889 (F)

NOTICE OF ADJUDICATORY HEARING AND DEFAULT JUDGMENT

Published in The Villager Published: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8520 ____________________________

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an Adjudicatory Hearing regarding BRIAN HUNT AND JOHN DOE is set for October 1, 2018 at 8:30 A.M. in Division 22 at the Arapahoe County District Court, 7305 South Potomac Street, Centennial, Colorado 80112. You have the right to be represented by an attorney during these proceedings; if you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to represent you. In the event you fail to appear for said hearing at the date and time indicated, the Petitioner, the People of the State of Colorado, will request that the Court enter a default judgment against you and adjudicate the child dependent and neglected in accordance with the Colorado Children’s Code.

CENTENNIAL

GREENWOOD VILLAGE A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 07 SERIES OF 2018 INTRODUCED BY: COUNCILMEMBER DOUGHERTY AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE GREENWOOD VILLAGE MUNICIPAL CODE REGARDING CHANGING REFERENCES TO THE COLORADO BEER AND LIQUOR LAWS FROM TITLE 12 TO TITLE 44 WHEREAS, the General Assembly of the State of Colorado passed House Bill 18-1025, relocating Colorado Revised Statutes Title 12 laws pertaining to the regulation of alcohol beverages to a new Title 44 as part of the organizational recodification of Title 12. NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLORADO, ORDAINS: Section 1. Section 6-2-10 of the Greenwood Village Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 6-2-10. - Purpose. The purpose of this Article and the adopted regulations is to govern all proceedings before the Local Licensing Authority of the City, and all matters arising under the Colorado Beer Code, the Colorado Liquor Code and the special event permit requirements for liquor, pursuant to Articles 46, 47 3, 4 and 48 5 of Title 12 44, C.R.S. Section 2. Section 9-12-105(a) of the Greenwood Village Municipal code is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 9-12-105. - Hours of operation of licensed premises. (a) The words and phrases used in this Section and in Sections 9-12-110 and 9-12120 shall have the meanings set forth in the Colorado statutes regulating the sale of liquor and fermented malt beverages, Title 12 44, Articles 46, 47 3, 4 and 48 5, C.R.S., or if not otherwise defined by law, are used in their common, ordinary and accepted sense and meaning. Section 3. Section 9-12-120 of the Greenwood Village Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 9-12-120. - Open container. It is unlawful for any person to possess or consume by open container any alcoholic beverage, whether such possession is actual or constructive, within the passenger compartment of a motor vehicle or while seated on a motorcycle, while such vehicle is parked or traveling on a public street or public parking lot or while such vehicle is in motion. This Section shall not apply to any person transporting not more than one (1) opened and resealed container of partially consumed vinous liquor in accordance with Section 12-47411(3.5) 44-3-423, C.R.S. Section 4. Section 9-12-122(a) of the Greenwood Village Municipal

NOTICE CITY OF CENTENNIAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, September 4, 2018, the Centennial City Council approved the following ordinance on second and final reading: ORDINANCE NO. 2018-O-19 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CENTENNIAL, COLORADO APPROVING RIGHT-OF-WAY VACATIONS FOR A PORTION OF EAST VALLEYVIEW AVENUE AND A PORTION OF EAST LONGVIEW PLACE LOCATED EAST OF

SOUTH VAUGHN STREET AND WEST OF SOUTH XANADU WAY WITHIN CASTLEWOOD FILING NO. 13B, CASE NO. LU-18-00141 The full text of the ordinance is available for public inspection in the office of the City Clerk and is also available on the City’s web site, www.centennialcolorado.com. The ordinance may be obtained by contacting the City Clerk, 303754-3324. by a vote of against.

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(First published August 16, 2018) By: Barbara Setterlind, MMC City Clerk Published in The Villager Published: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8519 ____________________________ CITY OF CENTENNIAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING AN APPLICATION FOR A LODGING & ENTERTAINMENT LIQUOR LICENSE SEPTEMBER 24, 2018

alcohol treatment program, at such defendant’s own expense.

Sec. 9-12-122. - Violations; penalties.

(d) It shall be an affirmative defense to the offense described in Subsections (b) and (c) hereof that the ethyl alcohol was possessed or consumed by a person under twenty-one (21) years of age under the following circumstances:

Section 5. Section 9-12-125 of the Greenwood Village Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 9-12-125. - Illegal possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol by an underage person. (a) For purposes of this Article, the following terms shall have the following meanings: Establishment means a business, firm, enterprise, service or fraternal organization, club, institution, entity, group or residence, and any real property, including buildings and improvements connected therewith, and shall also include any members, employees and occupants associated therewith. Ethyl alcohol means any substance which is or contains ethyl alcohol. Possession of ethyl alcohol means that a person has or holds any amount of ethyl alcohol anywhere on his or her person or that a person owns or has custody of ethyl alcohol or has ethyl alcohol within his or her immediate presence and control. Private property means any dwelling and its curtilage which is being used by a natural person for habitation and which is not open to the public, and privately owned real property which is not open to the public. Private property shall not include: a. Any establishment which has or is required to have a license pursuant to Articles 46, 47 3, 4 and 48 5 of Title 12 44, C.R.S. b. Any establishment which sells alcoholic beverages or upon which alcoholic beverages are sold; or c. Any establishment which leases, rents or provides accommodations to members of the public generally. (b) Any person under twenty-one (21) years of age who possesses or consumes ethyl alcohol commits illegal possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol by an underage person. Illegal possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol by an underage person is a strict liability offense. (c) Illegal possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol (alcoholic beverages) by an underage person shall be punished by a fine of not more than four hundred ninety-nine dollars ($499.00). The Court, upon sentencing a defendant pursuant to this Subsection, may, in addition to any fine, order that the defendant perform useful public service and may further order that the defendant submit to and complete an alcohol evaluation or assessment, an alcohol education program or an

The applicant is an Incorporation: Brittney Griffin 249 Clayton St. Denver, CO 80206 Public comment will be heard at the hearing or written communications regarding the issuance of this license may be submitted to the Liquor License Administrator, Centennial Civic Center, 13133 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, CO 80112 by no later than September 24, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. By order of Barbara Setterlind City Clerk September 10, 2018. Published in The Villager Published: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8522 ____________________________

Notice is hereby given that the Centennial Liquor Licensing Authority will conduct a public hearing on Monday, September 24, 2018

Code is hereby amended to read as follows:

(a) It is unlawful for any person to violate: any provision of Article 46 4, Colorado Beer Code, Article 47 3, Colorado Liquor Code, or Article 48 5, Liquors; Special Events Liquor Permits, of Title 12 44, C.R.S.; any rule or regulation of the Colorado Department of Revenue promulgated pursuant to such statutes; or any regulation contained in the City beer and liquor regulations, as amended.

at 12:00 p.m., Centennial Civic Center, 13133 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, Colorado, to consider an application for a new Lodging & Entertainment Liquor License for Canvas and Cocktails, Inc. dba Canvas and Cocktails located at 6862 S. University Blvd. Unit 6862B, Centennial, CO 80122.

(1) While such person was legally upon private property with the knowledge and consent of the owner or legal possessor of such private property, and the ethyl alcohol was possessed or consumed with the consent of his or her parent or legal guardian who was present during such possession or consumption; or (2) When the existence of ethyl alcohol in a person’s body was due solely to the ingestion of a confectionery which contained ethyl alcohol within the limits prescribed by Section 25-5-410 (1i)(I)(II), C.R.S., or the ingestion of any substance which was manufactured, designed or intended solely for medicinal or hygienic purposes or solely from the ingestion of a beverage which contained less than one-half of one percent (0.5%) of ethyl alcohol by weight. (e) The possession or consumption of ethyl alcohol shall not constitute a violation of this Section, if such possession or consumption takes place for religious purposes protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. (f) Prima facie evidence of a violation of Subsections (a) and (b) hereof shall consist of: (1) Evidence that the defendant was under the age of twenty-one (21) years and possessed or consumed ethyl alcohol anywhere in the City; or (2) Evidence that the defendant was under the age of twenty-one (21) years and manifested any of the characteristics commonly associated with ethyl alcohol intoxication or impairment. (g) During any trial for a violation of Subsections (b) and (c) hereof, any bottle, can or any other container with labeling indicating the contents of such bottle, can or container shall be admissible into evidence and shall not constitute hearsay. A jury or a judge, whichever is appropriate, may consider the information upon such label in determining whether the contents of the bottle, can or other container were composed in whole or in part of ethyl alcohol. A label which identifies the contents of any bottle, can or other container as “beer,” “ale,” “malt beverage,” “fermented malt beverage,” “malt liquor,” “wine,” “champagne,” “whiskey” or “whisky,” “gin,” “vodka,” “tequila,” “schnapps,” “brandy,” “cognac,” “liqueur,” “cordial,” “alcohol” or “liquor” shall constitute prima facie evidence that the contents of the bottle, can or other container was composed in whole or in part of ethyl alcohol. (h) A parent or legal guardian of a person under twenty-one (21) years of age or any natural person who has the permission of such parent or legal guardian, may give, or permit the possession and consumption of, ethyl alcohol to or by a person under the age of twenty-one (21) years under the conditions described in Paragraph

(d)(1) hereof. This Subsection shall not be construed to permit any establishment which is or is required to be licensed pursuant to Articles 46, 47 3, 4 or 48 5 of Title 12 44, C.R.S., or any members, employees or occupants of any such establishment to give, provide, make available or sell ethyl alcohol to a person under twenty-one (21) years of age. (i) Nothing in this Section shall be construed to limit or preclude prosecution for any offense pursuant to Article 46, 47 3, 4 or 48 5 of Title 12 44, C.R.S., except as provided in such Articles. (j) The qualitative result of an alcohol test or tests shall be admissible at the trial of any person charged with a violation of Subsection (b) or (c) hereof upon a showing that the device or devices used to conduct such test or tests have been approved as accurate in detecting alcohol by the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. (k) Official records of the Department of Public Health and Environment relating to the certification of breath test instruments, certification of operators and operator instructors of breath test instruments, certification of standard solutions and certification of laboratories shall be official records of the City or State. Copies of such records, attested by the Executive Director of the Department of Public Health and Environment or his or her deputy and accompanied by a certificate bearing the official seal for said department, which state that the Executive Director of the Department has custody of such records, shall be admissible in court and shall constitute prima facie evidence of the information contained in such records. The official seal of the Department described in this Subsection may consist of a rubber stamp producing a facsimile of the seal stamped upon the document. (l) In any judicial proceeding in the Municipal Court concerning a charge under Subsection (c) hereof, the court shall take judicial notice of methods of testing a person’s blood, breath, saliva or urine for the presence of alcohol and of the design and operation of devices certified by the Department of Public Health and Environment for testing a person’s blood, breath, saliva or urine for the presence of alcohol. This Subsection shall not prevent the necessity of establishing, during a trial, that the testing devices were working properly and that such testing devices were properly operated. Nothing in this Subsection shall preclude a defendant from offering evidence concerning the accuracy of testing devices. Section 6. Section 9-14-20 of the Greenwood Village Municipal Code is hereby amended to change the definition of “Bar” to read as follows: Sec. 9-14-20. - Definitions. For purposes of this Article, the following terms shall have the following meanings: Bar means any indoor area that is operated and licensed under Title 12 44, Article 47 3, C.R.S., primarily for the sale and service of alcohol beverages for on-premises consumption and where the service

CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that A Public Hearing will be held before the City of Cherry Hills Village City Council at the Joint Public Safety Facility, 2460 E. Quincy Avenue, Cherry Hills Village, Colorado 80113, on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. regarding a request by Glenmoor Country Club, 110 Glenmoor Drive, for the approval of an Expanded Use Permit Pursuant to Article XX of the City’s Zoning Ordinance for Modifications and Improvements to the Country Club’s Play Areas, Drive Aisles, Pool, Cabana and Spa Areas. The application is available for review at The Cherry Hills Village Community Development Department, 120 Meade Lane, Cherry Hills Village, CO 80113 Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or you may call 303-7832721 for more information. Protests or comments may be submitted in writing to the Cherry Hills Village Community Development Department, 2450 East Quincy Avenue, Cherry Hills Village, CO

of food is secondary to the consumption of such beverages. Section 7. Section 11-5-20 of the Greenwood Village Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 11-5-20. - Definitions. For purposes of this Article, the following terms shall have the following meanings: Alcoholic beverages means malt or vinous liquors, as those terms are defined in Sections 12-47-103(19) and (39) Article 3 of Title 44, C.R.S., but does not include fermented malt beverages (a.k.a. “3.2 beer”), as that term is defined in Sections 12-47-103(8) and (36) Article 4 of Title 44, C.R.S. Section 8. Section 11-5-60 of the Greenwood Village Municipal Code is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 11-5-60. - Special occasion alcohol permits. (a) Description. Alcoholic beverages may be allowed in parks with a special occasion alcohol permit issued by the City Manager. This Section does not require a permit for fermented malt beverages (a.k.a. “3.2 beer”). (b) Submittal requirements. An application for a special occasion alcohol permit shall be submitted to the City Manager at least fourteen (14) days prior to the event, and the application shall include the following: (1) Completed application; (2) Application fee as established by City Council resolution; (3) Refundable security deposit of one hundred dollars ($100.00); (4) A copy of the issued group use permit for the event, or a copy of the application for a group use permit for the event, which shall include a map or diagram showing the location of the event and the boundaries for possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages; (5) A copy of the special event permit issued under the Colorado Liquor Code, if applicable; and (6) Any other information deemed necessary by the City Manager. (c) Criteria and issuance. The City Manager shall review the application and shall issue the special occasion alcohol permit if the application meets the following criteria: (1) The applicant is twenty-one (21) years of age or older as of the date of the application; (2) The time, location and duration of the event are not likely to significantly interfere with public services or the normal, customary and general use and enjoyment of the park; (3) The number and concentration of participants at the event are not likely to result in crowds exceeding limitations in the City Fire Code, or other significant inconvenience to the residents of the surrounding neighborhoods; and

80113 or rgranrath@cherryhillsvillage.com on or before the date of the public hearing, or by personal appearance at the public hearing. Published in The Villager Published: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8521 ____________________________

NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of MIRIAM A. SHEA aka MIRIAM ANTHONIE SHEA, Deceased Case Number 18PR30897 All persons having claims against the above named estate are required to present them to the personal representative or to Clerk of the District Court of Arapahoe County, Colorado, on or before January 14, 2019, or theclaims may be forever barred. Terence K. Shea c/o Scott J. Atwell 8400 E. Crescent Parkway #600 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Published in The Villager First Publication: September 13, 2018 Last Publication: September 27, 2018 Legal # 8518

(4) Issuance of the permit would not be detrimental to the public safety, health or welfare by reason of the nature of the event, the likelihood that the event would create a public nuisance or result in the consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors, its location within the City, or the failure of the applicant to conduct a past event in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. (d) Conditions. A special occasion alcohol permit is subject to the following conditions: (1) Service, possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages shall be limited to clearly defined areas designated by permanent or temporary boundaries that effectively control and restrict ingress and egress by the general public to ensure admittance of only invited guests; (2) Service, possession and consumption of alcoholic beverages shall be limited to invited attendees of the private special occasion who are confirmed to be of twenty-one (21) years of age or older; (3) Use of glass containers is prohibited unless the permit specifically states otherwise; (4) The applicant shall be personally responsible for cleaning, trash disposal and repairs necessary as a result of the event; (5) No spirituous liquors, as that term is defined in Section 1247-103(36) Article 3 of Title 44, C.R.S., shall be served; and (6) The permit is valid for the duration of time stated on the permit application and is not transferable. (e) Security. The City Manager may consult with the Police Department regarding the need for security and, where appropriate, may require the provision of security at the applicant’s expense as a condition to the issuance of a special occasion alcohol permit. (f) Revocation. The City Manager may summarily revoke a special occasion alcohol permit if any participant in the event violates any provision of this Code during the event. Section 9. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect six (6) days after publication following final passage. INTRODUCED AND APPROVED ON FIRST READING ON THE 10th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 2018, AND ORDERED PUBLISHED IN THE VILLAGER. /S/ Ronald J. Rakowsky Ronald J. Rakowsky, Mayor ATTEST: /S/ Susan M. Ortiz MMC Susan M. Ortiz, MMC City Clerk Published in The Villager Published: September 13, 2018 Legal # 8523 ____________________________

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