Page 1

APSM 2019 Front Top Banner Final.pdf

1

11/4/19

6:43 PM

VOLUME 37 • NUMBER 51 • NOVEMBER 14, 2019

Since 1982

www.villagerpublishing.com

TheVillagerNewspaper

@VillagerDenver

Colorado Skies Academy students launch balloon with science experiments BY FREDA MIKLIN STAFF WRITER

W

Micah Fleming a 6th grader, told us how his group determined a scientific testable question. Photos by Freda Miklin

hen Colorado Skies Academy (CSA) opened in August on the grounds of Centennial Airport, it became the first middle school in the United States that is fully contained in an operating airport. The Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) charter school’s focus is on aviation and aerospace. On Nov. 6, the sixth-grade class and their teachers launched a high-altitude scientific balloon carrying student science experiments, GPS trackers, weather sensors, and video cameras. Students had to get permission from the Federal Aviation Authority to launch the balloon.

Before the launch, as 6th graders milled around the Blue Sky Gallery at Wings Over the Rockies at Centennial Airport, waiting for the wind to blow favorably, we talked to several students who were wearing placards around their necks that invited visitors to get information about the project from them. Zeke Jenkins explained to us that meteorology only sounded like it had to do with meteors, but was really

about weather. He also described the instrumentation involved with the balloon. Micah Fleming told us that his group had to decide what to use to answer the question, “How does altitude affect the soil and plant growth?” They voted on lettuce seeds, so that’s what was being sent up in the balloon. Kirl Kapantso’s placard said, “Ask me about Visualization Strategy.” We did. He explained that it was a process in which students used their imagination and Continued on page 2

Students and their teachers launched the balloon into the sky. Photos by Freda Mkilin

S U B S C R I B E T O THE VILLAGER TO D AY - C A L L 3 0 3 - 7 7 3 - 8 3 1 3 X 3 0 1

New Price

3334 Tweet Place, The Keep, Colorado | Offered at $2,999,000 Paula Mansfield Community Sales Manager 720-539-0610

Steve Redmond Broker Associate 303-359-7559


PAGE 2 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019 FAR LEFT: 6th grader Tyler Coryell is an expert in the way latex is made. LEFT: Kirl Kapantso told us he was writing a book using visualization strategy.

Photos by Freda Miklin

116 students are enrolled at Colorado Skies Academy Continued from Page 1

creativity to come up with ideas. His group worked on deciding what types of experiments to conduct. Tyler Coryell explained how the latex that the balloon was made of was created, starting with the polymer particles. Suzanne Acheson, school

director, told The Villager that there are currently 116 students enrolled at CSA, 50 of whom are in the sixth grade, which is full. The other 66 are split between the seventh and eighth grades. She said that 40 percent of the students come from CCSD. The other 60 percent come to CSA each day from as far away as Brighton and Westminster.

The student body is comprised of 65 percent boys and 35 percent girls. Although the students are presently in trailers, CSA has received sufficient private donations to allow it to start construction on its permanent building very soon. Its completion date is not yet known. Fmiklin.villager@gmail. com

ArtisAegis LLC Conservation of Paintings, Period Frames, and Art Objects www.artisaegis.com ♦ All artworks require maintenance — with age, they physically degrade, accrue grime, appear lackluster, and sometimes suffer damage. ♦ Only expert professional restorers should be charged with the care of your art. ♦ Full range of services, including cleaning, varnish removal, tear repair, lining, compensation for losses, color retouching, revarnishing, and more.

(757) 405-2971

For appointments, contact:

Catalina V. Kennedy, AIC - PA

artisaegis@gmail.com

Proposition CC to keep extra tax money goes down hard BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

When the numbers were all tallied, 1,484,523 Coloradans voted on the question, “Without raising taxes and to better fund public schools, higher education, and roads, bridges, and transit, within a balanced budget, may the state keep and spend all the revenue it annually collects after June 30, 2019, but is not currently allowed to keep and spend under Colorado law, with an annual independent audit to show how the retained revenues are spent?” 54 percent of those who cast a vote said no, compared to 46 percent who approved. That is the opposite of what Magellan Strategies, a highly respected local Republican pollster, reported after conducting a scientific poll in August. Back then, they said that 54 percent of those polled planned to vote yes, 30 percent were no’s, and 15 percent were undecided. That means that all the undecideds in August voted no and one-sixth of those who planned to vote yes changed to no’s. According to published reports, Referendum CC proponents raised $4.45 million in contributions (all private) and spent $4.12 million. Opponents reported donations of $1.75 million and expenditures of $1.68 million. One never knows what affects voters, but there was a very clever cartoon television ad by opponents of the plan, that ran frequently in the days leading up to the election. It had a dog representing “pet projects” portrayed as eating up the unrefunded extra tax money instead of using it for education and transportation, as promised. Magellan’s David Flaherty points out that the key to the loss lies with unaffiliated voters, who are unpredictable, compared to major party members who gener-

ally follow their party’s lead. Like many issues, this one found most Democrats on one side (yes) and most Republicans on the other (no). As of Nov. 1, active Colorado voters affiliated with the two major parties combined, comprised only 58 percent of the electorate (28 percent are Republicans, 30 percent are Democrats), while 40 percent of all active voters were unaffiliated with either of the two major parties. Historically, unaffiliated voters have been less apt to participate in off-year elections like this one. Compared to the off-year election held in 2015, fewer Republicans and fewer Democrats voted this year, while 4 percent more unaffiliated voters participated. The actual number of unaffiliated voters who made themselves heard in this year’s election was 502,011. In Colorado, the older someone is, the more likely they are to vote, and the less likely they are to approve a tax increase. Of the nearly one-third of all the people who voted in the Nov. 5 election and were unaffiliated, nearly half of them were over age 55. It is easy to see how that contributed to the defeat of Proposition CC. The measure had been passed by the Democrat-controlled state legislature with some Republican support. The continuing struggle to pay for education and transportation is shared by state legislators of both parties. Colorado’s strong economy is inconsistent with its low ranking for state spending on education, especially higher education, and the $9 billion backlog of road projects. In the aftermath of the election loss, coupled with the losses in 2018 of two competing ballot issues to fund roads and transportation, the legislature is going to have to take a fresh look at how these needs can be addressed. Who knows? Maybe the Democrats and the Republicans will even look together. Fmiklin.villager@gmail.com

Centennial once again safest city in the state BY DORIS B. TRUHLAR GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

GET STARTED THIS NOVEMBER SAVE $100 ON DECEMBER DUES This offer only happens once a year!

SCHEDULE YOUR PERSONAL TOUR VISIT GreenwoodOffers.com

303 . 876.0379

|

5801 S QUEBEC ST

|

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO

Centennial has been recognized as not only the safest city in Colorado, but also the 43rd safest in the entire United States by 24/7 Wall Street. No other Colorado cities made the list. The 50 safest U.S. cities were identified by violent crime rates in cities with at least 100,000 people from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) 2018 Uniform Crime Report. Centennial has approximately 120,000 to 125,000 residents. The total number and the rates of murder, rape, manslaughter, robbery, and aggravated assault, which are included in the violent crime rate, as well as burglaries, larceny, and motor vehicle theft (property crimes), also came from an FBI report. According to 24/7 Wall Street, there were only 181 violent crimes for every 100,000 people in Centennial. Non-violent crimes such

as motor vehicle theft and burglary are also not especially common in Centennial. There were 1,754 property crimes for every 100,000 people in 2018, well below the national property crime rate of 2,200 crimes per 100,000 residents. “Being a safe community has remained a priority for Centennial since it was incorporated in 200001,” said Councilwoman Candace Moon. “The City is especially appreciative of the continued partnership it has with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office. We thank the men and women of that office who risk their lives on a daily basis to keep our city safe.” Wealthier cities tend to be relatively safe and Centennial is one of the wealthiest in the nation. More than one-half of all Centennial households  have incomes of more than $100,000 a year, well above the median household income of $57,652 nationwide. 


November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 3

New GV city council to have 4 men, 4 women BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

This year’s Greenwood Village city council campaign was a quiet affair compared to the last one. In 2017, no one on city council was term-limited, but five members out of eight total were replaced following a difficult and divisive election that no one likely wanted to see repeated. The only changes in the new city council this year, which will serve until Nov. 2021, will be in district 3, where George Lantz gave up his seat to become mayor (he was unopposed) and Steve Moran chose not to run again. Everyone running for re-election in the other three districts was successful. Four candidates ran for the two positions in district 3. Donna Johnston and Libby Barnacle were elected. Brian Strandes, current chair of the planning and zoning commission, made a strong run, but came up just short. Johnston told The Villager, “I am honored District 3 voters put their trust in me to make good decisions that will preserve and protect our quality of life in Greenwood Village. I knocked on hundreds of doors during my campaign and it is clear residents love Greenwood Village as much as I do. They are concerned about traffic, high-density development and safety, and they want their council people to listen to them and represent their interests. I promise to do that.” Barnacle touted her vote total, saying, “I want to thank the nearly 900 voters for their confidence in and support of my candidacy. I believe I know what residents want and what they expect, and I will work to make them proud.” Strandes told The Villager that he planned to remain on the planning and zoning commission. He also shared the message he sent to the winners of the election: “Libby and Donna, Congratulations on joining the city council. You will be great additions to the current council and are excellent representatives of district 3. You both have a pulse on the wants and needs of the constituents, are accessible, and have the best interest of Greenwood Village in your hearts. Work together to make our awesome city even better.” On November 18, George Lantz will be sworn in as mayor, taking over from outgoing Mayor Ron Rakowsky, who was term-limited. Johnston and Barnacle will take the oath of office for the first time, while Anne Ingebretsen, Jerry Presley, and Dave Kerber will each be sworn in to begin their eleventh year on GV’s city council. Dave Bullock begins

his fifth year, and Tom Dougherty and Judy Hilton will start their third. The meeting will be focused on the ceremonial activities. Most other official city business will be deferred until the next city council meeting on December 2. Hilton and Barnacle are the first mother-daughter team to ever

serve together on GV city council. They could serve together for the next six years if both continue to be re-elected. Fmiklin.villager@gmail.com Newly elected to their positions in GV are City Council Members Donna Johnston (left) and Libby Barnacle (right), along with Mayor-elect George Lantz (center).

Photo by Freda Miklin

REIMAGINE RTD

TOGETHER, LET’S EXPLORE AND REDESIGN TRANSPORTATION Share your ideas at rtd-denver.com/reimagine

We’re moving in . . .


PAGE 4 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

The Villager

We forge ahead: Villager Newspaper anniversary memories

The Villager is about to celebrate our 38th year of publication in Arapahoe County. Started in Cherry Hills Village almost four decades ago, the newspaper vaulted to Greenwood Village in early years for office space, growing readership, and the growing advertising base of George Wallace’s DTC development. He wanted residents to live close to where they worked and to the nearby airport facility, in its infancy at that time, where George would fly his twin wing acrobatic plane doing loops in the sky. The DTC had one policeman and Wallace and British investors assisting in his masterpiece business development. Today the DTC area does over one-third of all of Colorado’s GNP. Greenwood Village has a police force of around 64 officers and the population is approximately 15,801 residents with thousands of DTC area employees coming and going throughout the week. The Centennial Airport is one of the busiest private airports in the world with charter flights and aviation services. Traffic is the number one concern of residents as the highways swell at busy times in the early mornings and late afternoon. But the good news is that the traffic means business and related jobs. Without the commerce and industry, we wouldn’t have the tax dollars to support the Cherry Creek School District, one of the best public schools in America, with outstanding teachers and administrators. The many career jobs enable the wonderful nearby residential neighborhoods. Life is good in the South Metro

The heat wave last Sat. broke records in the high 70s. It was hot in Boulder as CU defeated Stanford 16 to 13 to save the Buff football season. Congratulations to CU athletics on real progress. *** While CU is making field goals, CSU scored big last week with their second annual Water in the West Symposium held at the impressive new Gaylord Hotel Convention Center. CSU has formed a partnership with the National Western Stock Show folks to expand the campus to that location and will break ground next year to construct a new Colorado Water Center building, complete with water research programs. The Denver Water Board has signed onto the new center and this is a great touchdown for CSU that has deep agriculture roots going back to their historic Colorado Land Grant roots as Colorado A&M. Water is the key to human and crop life and vital to our existence. Congratulations to CSU. Read more in this issue of The Villager. Venerable

area and our Chamber of Commerce and South Metro Economic Development Partnership have done a yeoman’s job of bringing business and jobs to our backyards. This is a great place to live, work, and play. We’ve been a part of this scenery for 38 years, never missing a weekly issue and being a positive force in city, county, and state growth and development. Newspapers can be community builders, or they can become community destroyers. We find ourselves in the builder category for non-profit events, civic engagements, and covering city and county governments accurately and fairly. We’ve never had an axe to grind or personal vendettas to promote. During the newspapers history we’ve had some talented writers, many still living but retired such as Glory Weisberg our society editor for over 30 years. Greenwood reporter Ed Phillipson challenged Greenwood Village executive sessions. Betty Todd covered Greenwood council for years and moved up to the city council role. Jo Cole did many arts stories and was the leader for the Curtis Art Center. From the beginning, colleague Jim Pilon took wonderful photos and portraits of Villager leaders and families, we had ski columnist Claudia Carbone, and wine writer Jennifer Rosen. Cherry Creek student Josh Cole wrote our sports all through high school. We lost columnist Mort Marks last month, an award-winning writer until his death at 94 years and eight months, writing his last

Arapahoe County CSU honored graduate Mike Rosser who attended the sessions and is very active on the Highline Canal project. *** If you haven’t been out to the new Gaylord complex, make plans to go for a dinner, spend a night, and watch for programs in their new showroom. The hotel is a masterpiece of construction and a modern-day monument to engineering and the labor force that built this mammoth facility with marble, glass, and a great view of the front range mountains from the long glass hallways leading to convention center meeting rooms. Literally masses of visitors are attending national conventions with buses rolling in for conventions. *** Thanksgiving is approaching Nov. 28 and some great dinner menus are appearing in The Villager for those who choose to dine out and avoid the labor of preparing the always scrumptious turkey, dressing, gravy and mashed potatoes, a real American tradition. We note that Tom and George at the Citron Bistro

column two weeks prior to his peaceful death. We enjoyed Peter Jones’s great profiles and Becky Osterwald’s careful editing as she still edits our legal pages. Dependable Jean Moore, Sheridan resident did our bookkeeping for decades. The newspaper forges ahead with a great staff and the reporting of Scottie Iverson, Freda Miklin, Doris Truhler and many excellent columnists like lawyer Don Peterson and Joneen McKenze who add great flavor to this local newspaper. We even have Democrat County Commissioner Bill Holen, who chimes in regularly to add a bit of non-partisan flavor to the news mixture. We have Dr. Brian Joondept who adds his conservative opinions as a renowned national author. Publisher Gerri Sweeney dedicates her finely honed skills to weave the newspaper together each and every week. Without her skills we wouldn’t have a newspaper. Tom McTighe creates the award winning ads and newspaper pages. I’m just a busy fixture who does what I’m told. Melinda Luke keeps us healthy with her Aging Gracefully articles. B.T. Galloway manages the office and writes about his beloved Rockies baseball team during the season. The advertising department is dynamic with creative marketing director Susan Sweeney Lanam, Sharon Sweeney, Linda Kehr, Valerie LeVier, along with Scottie and Gerri. We miss oldest daughter Saundra Sweeney, a 30year veteran from the beginning days, happy to report that she has survived cancer for the past eight

at Hampden and Yosemite are preparing their annual feast for their guests of Waldorf salad, herb roasted turkey, Angus carved roast beef, crab legs, shrimp, pies and so many side dishes. Reservations call 303-771-5800. Smokin’ Daves BBQ & Brew on Arapahoe Rd. is offering to do the cooking for the holiday season with barbecue spiral ham, smoked turkey, and prime rib with fabulous side dishes. Orders must be placed by Nov. 20. Prices starting at $65 for á la carte meats. 720-728-5769. *** Attended the Tuesday night election party of the Mike Coffman for Aurora mayor campaign. Coffman greeted many friends and supporters at BJ’s spacious restaurant near the Aurora city hall complex. He held a seven percent lead during the evening, but he wasn’t claiming victory with about a 6000-vote lead. By the next day that lead had dwindled to 273 votes, that may be the final tally. Visiting with current Aurora Mayor Bob LeGere about the jail going down to a major defeat, he stated that he was not surprised.

years. Son Patrick Sweeney still leads the IT department fixing and repairing computers and software. We forge ahead because local news does matter, the news clippings still appear in scrapbooks and refrigerator doors and most funerals still have newspaper stories open on the memory tables. The newspaper is having a good year, our long-term advertising staff are excellent at composing creative concepts that work for our advertisers. Subscriptions continue to arrive on a daily basis processed by B.T. Galloway when he’s not at the baseball park. Community support is strong, and we’re overloaded with news of past and present events. We’re adapting to new platforms of providing news online and improving our web page, always a work in progress by Patrick. Our bread and butter is the lively weekly print newspaper that you can stack by your chair, grab a hot or cold beverage and read what is happening about your friends and community where you live. We thank the postal employees for their faithful service throughout the years carrying the mail to the many homes. We’ll keep printing the newspaper with the support of our longtime friends and supporters who we have come to cherish and respect. The presses continue to roll and there is nothing like the smell of ink on newsprint. God bless the press; we need all the help we can get. Thank you, subscribers and advertisers, as we start 38 years.

He summed it up as Arapahoe County conservatives opposing any property tax increase and he stated, “In my block, I noticed the leading progressives had a sign in their yard opposing 1A, the jail proposal. With conservatives and progressives against the jail I figured it was bound to fail.” He was right on target and will now retire from city government, having been a great public servant as a council member and mayor. I think he could have easily been re-elected but announced early when selected to be the mayor after the death of Mayor Steve Hogan that he would not seek another term. *** County Commissioner Nancy Sharpe in speaking to the Arapahoe County Republican breakfast club last Wed. morning was somewhat defiant and embittered over the failure of voters to approve the new jail. The Commissioners voted unanimously for the new facility after the 25-member advisory appointed study committee approved the project. Nancy is term-limited so she cannot run again for office so can speak Continued on page 6

Office: 8933 East Union Ave. • Suite 230 Greenwood Village, CO 80111-1357 Phone: (303) 773-8313 Fax: (303) 773-8456 A legal newspaper of general circulation in Arapahoe County, Colorado. (USPS 431-010) Published weekly by the Villager Publishing Co., Inc. Available for home or office delivery by U.S. Mail for $45 per year. Single copies available for 75¢ per issue. PERODICALS POSTAGE PAID AT ENGLEWOOD, CO. A Colorado Statutory Publication CRS (197324-70 et al). Postmaster: Send address changes to The Villager, 8933 East Union Ave., Suite #230, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111-1357 Deadlines: Display Advertising, Legal Notices, press releases, letters to the editor, 4:00 p.m. Friday. Classified Advertising, noon Monday.

PUBLISHER & EDITOR Gerri Sweeney — x307 gerri@villagerpublishing.com PUBLISHER Robert Sweeney — x350 bsween1@aol.com VICE PRESIDENT/MARKETING Sharon Sweeney — x305 sharon@villagerpublishing.com CREATIVE MARKETING DIRECTOR Susan Sweeny Lanam 720-270-2018 susan@villagerpublishing.com LEGALS Becky Osterwald legal@villagerpublishing.com REPORTER Robert Sweeney bsween1@aol.com NEWS EDITOR gerri@villagerpublishing.com GOVERNMENTAL REPORTERS Freda Miklin fmiklin.villager@gmail.com 303-489-4900 • 303-773-8313 x365 Doris B. Truhlar dorisbtruhlar@gmail.com 720-934-4645 FASHION & LIFESTYLE Scottie Iverson swan@denverswan.com DESIGN/PRODUCTION MANAGER Tom McTighe — x300 production@villagerpublishing.com ADVERTISING CONSULTANTS Sharon Sweeney — x305 303-503-1388 sharon@villagerpublishing.com Linda Kehr — 303-881-9469 linda@villagerpublishing.com Valerie LeVier — 303-358-1555 valerie@villagerpublishing.com Susan Lanam — 720-270-2018 Gerri Sweeney — x307 gerri@villagerpublishing.com Scottie Iverson swan@denverswan.com SUBSCRIPTIONS B.T. Galloway — x301 subscribe@villagerpublishing.com PHOTOGRAPHER Stefan Krusze — 303-717-8282 octaviangogoI@aol.com EDITORIAL COLUMNISTS Robert Sweeney — x350 bsween1@aol.com The Villager is an award-winning, locally owned, independent newspaper. All letters to the editor must be signed. The contributor’s name, hometown and phone number must also accompany all letters to the editor for verification, and we reserve the right to edit contributions for space. We attempt to verify all matters of fact but hold contributors liable for the content, accuracy and fairness of their contributions. All submissions become the property of The Villager and may be reused in any medium.

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!”

2018 Member

QUOTE of the WEEK Those of who QUOTE thecannot WEEK understand how to put their thoughts on ice should not enter into the heat of debate. –Friedrich Nietzsche


November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 5

Prop CC defeat means some fiscal sanity remains in Colorado

Election day is over, with a one-year respite until the mother of all elections in November 2016. In my last column, I offered my opinion on two Colorado ballot propositions, CC and DD, recommending a no vote for both. I got my wish on one of the two propositions, the more important one in my humble opinion. Proposition CC lost by a 12-point margin, 56-44 percent. CC would have allowed the state to keep excess tax revenue, rather than returning it to taxpayers as required under TABOR. The extra funds were prom-

ised to go to education and transportation. Who can oppose more money for children and roads? This assumes the money is needed and actually goes BY BRIAN C. where it is supposed JOONDEPH to. If you trust the government on those two counts, I have a bridge to sell you. Anyone in Colorado who is feeling undertaxed is free to take fewer deductions or voluntarily make a contribution to the state treasury. The original intent of TABOR was to limit how much tax revenue the state could keep, using a formula based on population and inflation. Taxes collected above the cap must be

returned to taxpayers. TABOR originally passed in 1992 by a 54-46 percent margin, slightly smaller than Prop CC, meaning that almost 30 years later, fiscal sanity has increased slightly in Colorado despite the state turning an electoral shade of blue during the same time period. Proposition DD eked out a small win, 51-49 percent, in favor of legalized sports betting. I was against it as it will create another bureaucracy to administer the taxes and regulations, absorbing much of the revenue raised, leaving little for purported water projects and ironically for “gambling addiction services” which the proposition

facilitates. Still it’s a tax only on those who gamble, not the general population, which I am happy with. Those who don’t bet on sports won’t have the state treasury reaching into their wallets. Overall these two proposition results show that some fiscal sanity still remains within the Centennial State, a message from voters to the state to live within its means. For those who want to gamble, they can pay extra for the privilege, leaving the rest of us alone. Lastly, at the time of this writing, Mike Coffman is probably the new mayor of Aurora. Coffman leads by 273 votes out of over 50,000 votes cast. With

ballots still being counted and signatures discrepancies to be corrected, this race is far from over. Despite the technology of smart phones and self-driving cars, its mind boggling how a simple election can be so complicated with results lagging for weeks beyond election day. Losing candidates frequently “find” uncounted ballots days after the election, overturning the election day results as we saw in numerous House races in Southern California in 2016. Millions vote for “American Idol” and “Dancing with the Stars” with immediate results. Too bad we can’t do the same for elections.

Their sacrifice has earned our lasting gratitude and a promise kept “America will leave no soldier behind; especially not at the time they leave the battlefield and enter a hospital or a doctor’s office,” Steve House As we celebrate the 101st anniversary of when “the war to end all wars” was ended on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, we remember those who fought for our country. Even before our first days as a country, colonial America recognized the high value of those who defended its citizens and property; providing for the health and future wellbeing of its wounded citizen soldiers and their families. In this new bright American experiment, a covenant was clearly understood between governments and those who fought and bled for the common good. Over time, America’s promise to care for her wounded heroic fighting men and women has often been muddled in political infighting, governmental cost-cutting and the whims of cultural indifference. Frankly, a grateful nation – led by both Democrat and Republican administrations – continues to bear the responsibility of repaying the overdue debt due to America’s tested veterans. As the United States nears the 20th anniversary of its invasion of Afghanistan and our longest war rages on, there are nearly 1.5 million active duty and reserve forces defending the interests of the U.S. around the world. Combined with our more than 18 million veterans, America has a responsibility to take care of these veterans as was originally intended and is the right thing to do. While our veterans and their families are provided access to VA Hospitals, clinics and pharmacies -- many still incur extremely high costs as part of their care. I believe our military heroes are owed better and addressing the cost, quality and access of their care is long past due. As the United States significantly overhauls our na-

tion’s healthcare system, we must not forget our veterans; many of whom are on fixed budgets. I propose we begin by providing veterans with more freedom and choices

by allowing all of their out of pocket healthcare expenses to be paid for with pretax dollars. This alone is a tremendous savings for most American families.

I propose allowing veterans to use a healthcare savings accounts (HSA) with more flexible rules that allow them to be funded by health insurance, a qualifying gov-

ernment option or through self-funding at levels high enough to cover their actual costs. Again, putting

Continued on page 17

Health & beauty products so good, we put our name on them

SAVE 25% ON *

All Pharmaca brand items NOVEMBER 12–26 ONLY Vitamins | Supplements | Body Care | Aromatherapy *Valid only on Pharmaca brand products Flu shot limitations apply.

BY STEVE HOUSE

GREENWOOD VILLAGE | 5910 S UNIVERSITY BLVD | 303.798.4548


PAGE 6 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

Barbwire Bob

very loudly about her disappointment in the vote. Commissioner Baker, board chairman, was less vocal and has to stand for re-election next year. My take is that the new jail project is dead in the water after a crushing defeat. What next? See story in this week’s Villager. *** Thursday evening Gerri and I were guests of longtime friend and Villager LaFawn Biddle at Vi at Highlands Ranch, a quality residential retirement community. The elegant facil-

Continued from Page 4

ity’s name is derived from the word “Vita,” the Latin word for life. LaFawn was part of a musical production by the facility residents capturing the spirit of “High Jinks on the High Seas.” LaFawn performed her flawless act of performing “What a Wonderful World.” The evening performance were excellent, and the cruise director, Rick Rieke told classic jokes and introduced the 13 performances during the splendid and talented production by senior star performers. Check next week for photos:

*** Attended the annual luncheon of the Denver South Economic Development Partnership at the Hyatt DTC Hotel Friday noon. Peter Culshaw board chairman welcomed the capacity ballroom crowd to the luncheon featuring Bill McDermott, successful entrepreneur. Christine Shapard gave a brief overview of the massive success of the organization in visionary economic development to continuously improve the region’s economy and high quality of life. See story in next week’s issue

*** Reading the oldest weekly newspaper in Colorado The Central City Register-Call reported in the old-time news section of 151 years ago on Nov. 1869 the following report: “A tornado struck Georgetown on Wed, about midnight, which lasted until sundown on Thurs. A large portion of the town was in ruins, a little child had been killed, and several persons seriously injured. The water in Clear Creek was reported as black as ink and at several times during the day it looked as if the whole town would be

Arapahoe County Republicans talk over voters’ rejection of a new county jail BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

On the morning after the Nov. 5 election, Myron Spanier’s Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club had its regular monthly meeting at Maggiano’s DTC. A full house of over 100 people

were there to hear scheduled speakers Arapahoe County Commissioners Nancy Sharpe and Jeff Baker. Though they both tried to put the best light on it, it was clear that the two commissioners had hoped to be talking about the next steps to implement the policy contemplated by Arap-

v

Office: 303-773-3399

Cell: 303-905-0744

467 ADAMS ST., CHERRY CREEK

Exquisite designer home, French Country ambiance. On Cherry Creek’s best street. $2,295,000 NEW LISTINGS

o 5055 S. HOLLY, CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE BEST BUY AT ONLY $2,350,000. MUST SEE MASTERPIECE ON 2.2 ACRES, PANORAMIC VIEW. o CASTLE PINES RUSTIC MAIN FLOOR MASTER, POOL, GOLF COURSE, estate setting. The perfect family home. $1,975,000 o PRESERVE AT ITS BEST - EXTRAORDINARY EUROPEAN STYLING. PRIVATE CUL DE SAC, OPEN FLOOR PLAN,OUTDOOOR KITCHEN, BEDROOM ON MAIN FLOOR. INCOMPARABLE QUALITY AND FINISHES $2,850,000 o 467 ADAMS ST. CHERRY CREEK NORTH - Extraordinary custom home, designer perfection, top location and better than new condition. This home sits on Cherry Creek’s best site, close enough to walk to everything and away from the congestion. May be offered as a turnkey purchase, from designer furnishings to kitchen silverware. PRICE NOW $2,295,000 o OBSERVATORY PARK COLORADO RUSTIC - 2475 S. COLUMBINE ST. AWARD-WINNING HOME. Incredible quality, exquisite neutral decor in better than new condition. Theatre, fabulous landscaping and 2 offfices. Leeds Certified. PRICE REDUCED $2,000,000 o 37 CHARLOU IN CHERRY HILLS - $1,700,000 SOLD. o 5816 S. VILLAGE WAY - $2,560,000 SOLD o 19 S. FRANKLIN CIRCLE - $3,550,000 SOLD o 810 SOUTH JOSEPHINE ST. - BONNIE BRAE CONTEMPORARY - One of a kind, private site, garden, free-standing office. Very special. $1,100,000 UNDER CONTRACT. o CHERRY CREEK NORTH Main floor master suite. Unique transitional styling, 3 car garage. $1,595,000

SOLD

o LAKEVIEW AT THE HILLS - $1,050,000 SOLD. o CENTENNIAL VILLAGE PERFECT 2 STORY $679,000 SOLD. o CREEKSIDE AT EAGLE BEND $779,000 SOLD. o 47 CHERRY HILLS FARM. Spectacular remodel. Main Floor Master, Transitional Styling. $2,395,000 SOLD. o POLO CLUB NORTH $1,000,000 SOLD. o ON THE HIGHLINE CANAL- SOLD - $2,175,000. o THE PRESERVE - $1,940,000 SOLD. o CHERRY CREEK: PORTICO - $550,000 SOLD. o 1215 S YORK, WASHINGTON PARK - $980,000 SOLD. o 4945 S GAYLORD CHERRY HILLS FARM WEST - $2,190,000 SOLD. o THE PRESERVE 5402 PRESERVE PKWY N. - $1,699,000. SOLD. o PENTHOUSE DENVER ART MUSEUM - $1,150,000 SOLD. o THE PRESERVE 5801 S. BIRCH CT. $1,725,000 SOLD. o 75 GLENMOOR - $3,550,000 SOLD CHECK OUT MY INDIVIDUAL HOMESITES at www.DenverRealEstate.com E-mail me at emarks@DenverRealEstate.com

#1 DENVER BOARD OF REALTORS 12 YEARS STRAIGHT #44 OF 1,350,000 AGENTS IN THE USA (THE WALL STREET JOURNAL)

ahoe County ballot measure 1A, the plan to build a new county jail. But the ballot measure was voted down two to one, with 45,708 votes in favor and 91,619 against. Sharpe was visibly shaken as she described how the 33-year old jail would have to continue to operate while a new plan is formulated to address the need for a new facility. She said, “I would have never signed onto something that I didn’t think we needed (ballot measure 1A).

Continued on page 24

Newly elected Centennial City Council Member Richard Holt was happy to see Mayor Stephanie Piko.

laid in ruins.” Interesting that this tornado hit the town in winter. *** Interesting to note that the manager of the Cherry Creek Mall, Nick LeMasters, has left the mall after 23 years to become the CEO of the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District. He is well known in the Denver area for his leadership at the mall and will be at work in the expanding Cherry Creek North market complex. He is a Centennial resident. ***


Covering business

November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 7

in the DTC & Denver south SM

the

Covering business

in the DTC & Denver south SM

the

BY DORIS B. TRUHLAR GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

Ryan Finnegan named Executive Chef of Ocean Prime DTC Ocean Prime, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants’ nationally-acclaimed modern American restaurant and lounge, announces the promotion of Ryan Finnegan to Executive Chef of its Denver Tech Center (DTC) location, which will celebrate its one year anniversary mid-November. “Ryan’s promotion from Executive Sous Chef to Executive Chef is extremely well-deserved,” says Aaron Wesley, General Manager of Ocean Prime DTC. “With his depth of experience and passion for people, I firmly believe that he will soon be one of the most celebrated chefs in South Metro Denver.”  Finnegan brings more than 18 years of industry experience to the team. He worked in a variety of restaurants starting at a young age and quickly became interested

Some results for Centennial District 4 voting

in cooking and hospitality, eventually deciding to make a career of it. He and his wife moved to Denver several years ago, and he spent time working at a prominent local steakhouse before joining the team as Executive Sous Chef of Ocean Prime DTC. “When the opportunity presented itself, I jumped at the chance to join the Ocean Prime team,” says Finnegan. “The company’s people-first culture creates a unique atmosphere where quality permeates everything we do, especially the food we create from scratch every day.” With his passion for the finest ingredients and attention to detail, Finnegan’s philosophy in the kitchen is sure to resonate with Ocean Prime DTC’s growing clientele, and anyone who appreciates a first-class culinary experience.

Don Sheehan was the winner in District 4, the eastern-most district of Centennial and also one with a considerable amount of land that constitutes “holes in the city,” that is, areas that have not been annexed to Centennial. Sheehan

said he was grateful to the voters for giving him the nod to serve. Additionally, Sheehan said the votes in favor of him, fairly lopsided (with a 388-vote margin) for a Centennial council election, were "exciting" and that he is looking forward to serving on the council. He said he knows there is “a steep learning curve,” including getting up-to-date on the status of the

HOME

Streets at SouthGlenn. His opponent, Anna Burr, is an attorney. Sheehan noted that there are numerous committees, including several that are not Centennial committees, such as the Centennial Airport Noise Roundtable and also the Denver Regional Council of Governments. He said that he believes it is important to learn about the business of those committees.

LOANS

Be confident when you shop. And ready to buy your next home.

Five Centura Health hospitals recognized with ‘A’ for patient safety Centura Health, the region’s health care leader, is excited to announce that five hospitals across Colorado were awarded an ‘A’ from The Leapfrog Group’s fall 2019 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, a national distinction recognizing Centura Health’s achievements protecting patients from harm and providing safer health care. The Leapfrog Group is an independent national watchdog organization driven by employers and other purchasers of health care committed to improving health care quality and safety for consumers and purchasers. The Safety Grade assigns an ‘A’, ‘B’, ‘C’, ‘D’ or ‘F’ grade to all general hospitals across the country based on their performance in preventing medical errors, injuries, accidents, infections and other harms to patients in their care. The Hospitals which received an ‘A’ rating include: • Centura Health - Avista Adventist Hospital • Centura Health – Castle Rock Adventist Hospital • Centura Health - Littleton Adventist Hospital • Centura Health – St. Anthony North Health Campus • Centura Health - St. Francis

Medical Center “Our incredible caregivers at Centura Health focus on delivering excellent clinical outcomes every day, and creating an environment of continuous learning. With safety at the forefront of all we do, Centura’s care providers deliver health care in a different way – compassionate, top-quality, and safety focused.” “‘A’ hospitals show us their leadership is protecting patients from preventable medical harm and error,” said Leah Binder, president and CEO of The Leapfrog Group. “It takes genuine commitment at every level – from clinicians to administrators to the board of directors – and we congratulate the teams who have worked so hard to earn this A.” Developed under the guidance of a national Expert Panel, the Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade uses 28 measures of publicly available hospital safety data to assign grades to more than 2,600 U.S. acute-care hospitals twice per year. The Hospital Safety Grade’s methodology is peer-reviewed and fully transparent, and the results are free to the public.

Ent’s Lock & Shop* is total rate protection so you can shop for your

EASY Online

Application

next home with confidence. If rates go up or down, you get the better rate!

Lock &

SHOP™

Apply today and lock your rate: Ent.com/LockandShop.

(719) 574-1100  800-525-9623 Standard credit qualifications apply. All loans are subject to final credit approval. Financing on homes throughout Colorado. Property insurance, and if applicable, flood insurance is required. Consult a tax advisor for information regarding deductibility of interest and charges. *Lock & Shop is available on fixed-rate mortgage loans, excluding refinance, CHFA and bond loans. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply. Please refer to Ent's Important Loan Information and Mortgage Rate Lock Information for more details. Insured by NCUA | Equal Housing Opportunity | Equal Opportunity Lender © Ent Credit Union, 2019


PAGE 8 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

Covering business

in the DTC & Denver south SM

the

Covering business

in the DTC & Denver south SM

the

Economic development: hemp, CBD, and marijuana BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

On Nov. 8, the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce hosted a program at the Greenwood Village headquarters of

AAA Colorado, Inc. about the economic development impacts of the hemp, marijuana, and CBD industry. It drew a full house of lawyers, CPA’s, insurance and real estate executives, along with state and local government officials. Peter Marcus, a former political

Focusing on the economic impact of the marijuana industry, Marcus said that the 2,900 licensed marijuana businesses in Colorado have generated $6.5 billion in overall sales since 2014. Taxes and fees paid to the state just in 2018 were $266.5 million.

Commerce City, Northglenn, Longmont, Louisville, Sheridan, Mountain View, and Wheat Ridge on the front range. Chris Lackner, vice-president of public affairs of Mile High Labs (MHL), a company that manufactures CBD (cannabidiol)

A discussion of the economics of marijuana and CBD drew a large crowd.

Since our inception over 40 years ago, AMG National Trust has had one goal in mind—your success. Our advisors and staff are relentlessly dedicated to helping clients ensure their financial security, capitalize on their opportunities and leave the legacy they desire. WEALTH MANAGEMENT | TRUST ADMINISTRATION PRIVATE CAPITAL | COMMERCIAL BANKING TAX SERVICES | RETIREMENT PLANS | PHILANTHROPY

A Better Way to Wealth 303.694.2190 www.amgnational.com Member FDIC | Non-deposit investment products: Not FDIC insured, No bank guarantee, May lose value

reporter now serving as communications director of Terrapin Care Station (TCS), a ten-year old cannabis company owned solely by Chris Woods, talked about TCS’s evolution as an important business organization whose product happens to be cannabis. The company now operates in Pennsylvania and will soon be in Michigan, New Jersey, and Missouri, in addition to its six vertically-integrated dispensaries in Colorado. TCS has 270 employees and is a member of local chambers of commerce and the Better Business Bureau. It won the Boulder Chamber’s Innovative Business of the Year award in 2017. The company recently announced that it will pay all its employees a minimum of $15/hour. Said Marcus, “We don’t need the government to force us.” TPS prides itself on being socially responsible, having contributed $500,000 to non-profits in the areas of justice, human needs, political advocacy and education, arts and culture, and veteran’s services.

Monthly state revenue has been at least $20 million since July 2017. A law to allow the marijuana industry to openly and legally use banks in the same way as other businesses passed the U.S. House of Representatives 321103 in Sept. 2019, with the help of U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter. It is being championed by U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner in the U.S. Senate, but is presently bogged down by the activity around the possible impeachment of the President. It is believed that about 35 banks in Colorado are currently quietly accepting licensed marijuana businesses’ receipts. Marcus sees new products coming that contain both THC and CBD “for health and wellness.” He believes that more front range Colorado cities, such as Lakewood and Broomfield, may start to allow marijuana businesses in the next few years. Statewide, 70 cities permit marijuana sales, including Denver, Boulder, Aurora, Englewood, Edgewater,

Photo by Freda Miklin

in a 400,000 square foot building formerly used by a pharmaceutical manufacturer in Broomfield, told the group that CBD comes from the same plant as marijuana. He said there are 113 different cannabinoids, and that CBD and THC (the active ingredient in marijuana) are just two of them. He explained that if a plant has less than 0.3 percent THC, it is considered an industrial hemp plant. If it has more than 0.3 percent THC, it is considered a cannabis plant. CBD has many known medicinal qualities, including as an antiinflammatory, pain reliever, and treatment for insomnia. (Lackner said he was aware of a mattress company that was selling it alongside its mattresses as a sleep aid.) It does not have the intoxicating effect that is found in products with the higher level of THC, though those also possess several recognized medicinal qualities. Continued on page 24

Great Giving – Wills, Trusts, and Beneficiaries (oh my!) “Carve your names on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.” – Shannon Adler

What’s your legacy? And how do you want to be remembered? Givers choose to leave a legacy because they want to feel their lives mattered. Leaving a legacy means putting a stamp on the future and making contributions to future generations. At Prosperion, we partner with and serve great givers. We research and implement specialized options that maximize charitable giving, minimize estate taxes, and support important people and causes. Because great giving is a strategic process, think beyond cash donations. Today, let’s focus on the features and benefits of wills, trusts, and the importance of beneficiary designations. Wills – a well planned will is the center piece of an effective and thoughtful estate plan. In

most cases, anyone who owns too often arise when one fails to property and are concerned about plan. Leave your heirs whatever who will receive it need a will. you want – just don’t leave them Regardless of age a mess! or financial status, it Trusts – great is important to take givers often use charge of deciding Charitable Lead who will one day Trusts (CLT) and enjoy the property Charitable Remainder and assets you accuTrusts (CRT). A CLT mulated over time. is an irrevocable trust When preparing and/ designed to benefit or revising a will, a charity for a term David Morrison there are several of years with the things to consider: distributing remainder going to a non-charitable beneficiary. The opposite cash, investments, real estate, of a CLT is the CRT. A CRT first and personal property to family pays income to a non-charitable and other important people in beneficiary before permanently your community, providing for awarding ownership of assets to management of property for a charity. CRTs are tax exempt heirs who may not be prepared and can be extremely useful for to manage their financial affairs, reducing taxes and estate givers who want to sell appreciated assets. And although CRT’s settlement costs that could othassets are ultimately distributed erwise be due, making “gifts of to the charity free of estate and a lifetime” to favorite charitable interests. Your will and long-term gift taxes; the non-charitable benplans deserve careful attention. eficiaries of the CRT can receive By preparing and maintaining income. Trusts have the potential to help givers and their families an up-to-date will, you will save simultaneously address important your heirs from problems that

aspects of wealth transfer strategy, charitable giving, and tax efficient estate planning. Beneficiary designations – in the broadest sense, a beneficiary is a natural personal or other entity who receives money or other benefits from a benefactor (the giver = you). Most beneficiary designations are designed to designate where assets will go when you die. So if you own contractual assets that include beneficiary designation (Qualified plans, annuities, life insurance policies), it’s important to name your own beneficiary, otherwise your asset(s) transfer according to the contract’s default provision. While spouses and other family members are the usual beneficiaries, assets can also go to your favorite non-profit. This can bring favorable tax benefits and help the charities you choose. Making and maintaining beneficiary designations is an essential part of planning. Do the maintenance, and keep your beneficiary designations current. Before you choose a way to

give, it’s important to understand the goals, design, and tax implications of your plan(s). Legacy requires planning, and planning requires team work. For comprehensive planning, enlist the experience, help, strength, and insight of your tax advisor, legal advisor, financial advisor, and possibly and non-profit consultant. Take charge of your plans. Call today and schedule time with us. We’re here to help.

david.morrison@ LPL.com 303.793.3202

David Morrison is a financial advisor and partner at Prosperion Financial Advisors in the Denver Tech Center. Securities and Advisory Services offered through LPL Financial, a Registered Investment Advisor. Member FINRA/SIPC. Prosperion and LPL Financial do not provide legal advice or services. Please consult your legal advisor regarding your specific situation.


November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 9

Election wrap - up for Aurora, Englewood, and Littleton BY FREDA MIKLIN GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

Positions for city council and mayor in Colorado are non-partisan. While voters may know the political affiliations of the candidates, they do not run with a political party designation next to their name.

Aurora

As of Nov. 12, Mike Coffman had bested Omar Montgomery in the Aurora mayoral election by 281 votes, or 0.38 percent, out of 74,056 cast for the five candidates on the ballot. Overseas, military and signature-cure ballots will accepted until Nov. 13. The next step in the process is the official canvas which happens Nov. 29. It consists of each county clerk

from around the state, along with a representative from the two major political parties, certifying the vote totals from their respective counties according to Caleb Thornton of the legal division of the Secretary of State’s office. Once completed, the Secretary of State certifies the election results. Curtis Gardner, who, thus far, got the highest number of votes of the six candidates for two at-large seats on the city council, will likely take the place of incumbent Johnny Watson, who came in third. Angela Lawson came in second out of the six candidates, so she was re-elected to her at-large position. In Ward IV, challenger Juan Marcano has likely bested incumbent Charlie Richardson by 230 votes out of 13,162 cast. In another very close race, challenger Allison Coombs is beating incumbent Bob

Roth by 261 votes out of 14,991 cast in Ward V. Francoise Bergan was re-elected in Ward VI, beating challenger Bryan Lindstron, 57 percent to 43 percent. A story in the Denver Post on November 9 said that 664 replacement ballots meant for Aurora voters that arrived on November 1 mistakenly “sat in a U.S. Postal Service warehouse until Election Day,” when they were discovered and hurriedly delivered by special handling. 141 of those were cast by the 7:00 p.m. cutoff, meaning 523 were not. According to the Post, “That’s 21 percent turnout…versus 43 percent for Arapahoe County as a whole in the election.” The difference doesn’t appear as though it would have changed the outcome in the race for mayor, using mathematical assumptions, but that

is not how elections are supposed to work. Secretary of State Jena Griswold criticized the U.S. Postal Service for its mishandling of the ballots and more so, for its failure to notify her office of the problem until three days after the election. She did not accuse them of any intentional bad acts.

Englewood

In southeast Englewood District three, challenger Joe Anderson beat incumbent Laurett Barrentine decisively, garnering 70 percent of the 2,325 votes cast. Barrentine beat back a recall effort last year, but it left a mark. In District one in north Englewood, voters decided to stick with incumbent Othoniel Sierra, who got 57 percent of the vote, which was more than his two challengers, Monica Johnson and Bobby

Jennings, combined. Incumbent Rita Russell will be joined by newcomer to city council John Stone in the two at-large seats that were up in this election.

Littleton

In District II, incumbent Jerry Valdes won another term, holding off challengers Kate Eckel and Jane Ozga with 44 percent of the 2,054 votes cast. He has been a city council member since 2011. In District IV, Kelly Milliman will take over from Mayor Debbie Brinkman, who had served since 2007. Milliman bested interesting and knowledgeable challenger Iftin Abshir by 2 percent of the votes cast. The two at-large positions will be filled by new city council members Pam Grove and Scott Melin. Incumbent Kyle Schlachter came in third in a five-person race. Fmiklin.villager@gmail.com

Cherry Creek grad gets spot on 2019 All-Ohio Athletic Conference team

A trio of Otterbein University volleyball players from Westerville, Ohio garnered spots on the 2019 All-Ohio Athletic Conference team for the first time in their careers Monday morning, including a pair of special-award winners, as announced by the league office. Headlining the entire list was junior middle hitter Tate Eppard from Greenwood Village who emerged to claim OAC Player of the Year honors following a vote from the league coaches. Her selection makes Otterbein the first school in volleyball league history

to claim three-straight Player of the Year honors, as Eppard now joins a list that includes former All-Americans Morgan Lowenkamp (2017) and Hadley Sterett (2018). They are the only three Cardinals to ever receive the highest honor. Eppard is from Greenwood Village and attended Cherry Creek High School. She led the OAC in total kills (383) and kills per set (3.61) this season while also ranking fourth in hitting percentage (.333), fifth in total blocking (80) and seventh in blocks per set, compiling 15 solo and 65 assisted

for a 0.75 average. She erupted for a career-high 27 kills and .571 hitting percentage against Heidelberg, blasted 19 in the recent OAC Tournament Championship, and also delivered 15 in a win over nationally-ranked Carnegie Mellon. “We are so happy for Tate,” head coach Monica Wright said. “She has been our rock offensively and I can’t think of one bad match

she’s had all year. I haven’t seen a more motivated player in terms of their approach to practice and each offseason, getting from where she was to where she is now. She barely saw the floor as a freshman because she was sitting behind Morgan, but always continued to learn and improve. This is a testament to her work ethic and focus.” Otterbein currently boasts a

25-6 overall record, including a 7-2 mark within the OAC, to finish third in the regular-season standings. The Cards then narrowly fell in the tournament final at ONU, seeing four matchpoint opportunities in one of the most competitive battles all season. Five of Otterbein’s losses were to nationally-ranked teams.

Amazing Entertainment for Any Occasion A monthly feature following the whereabouts of the “full of life, love and energy,” of Terri Fisher, philanthropist and thriving business entrepreneur with incredible zest and passion for “creating memorable events” and helping the charity circuit in Denver.

Do you need entertainment (Santa Claus, carolers, holiday characters, electric violins, bands, DJ’s, dueling pianos, magicians, etc. ) for your upcoming Holiday or New Year’s Eve events? CALL 5 STAR today 303 635 1210! November

THE NUTCRACKER Nov 30 – Dec 29, 2019 PETER PAN Jan 31 – Feb 9, 2020

Cherry Creek Music Series (11:00am-1:00pm) 11) Derry O‘Leary, 23) Danny Showers, 24) Derry O‘Leary, 30) Danny Fisher Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Denver

November 13 Wonderful Wednesdays (10:00-10:45am) Cowboy Steve Perl Mac Community Center Denver, CO

TOUR DE FORCE Mar 6 – 8, 2020 Featuring Feast of the Gods, Celts and a World Premiere

November 28

Happy Thanksgiving

November 29, 30 Contemporary Carolers (1:00-3:00pm) Flatiron Crossing Shopping Center Original Dickens Carolers (1:00-3:00pm) Twenty Ninth Street Mall Boulder December 5 Wings Over the Rockies Signature Gala Captain ”Sully“ Sullenberger. (6:30-9:30pm) A DJ and Violinist perform Centennial, CO

BALLET MASTERWORKS Apr 3 – 12, 2020 Featuring Theme & Variations, Petite Mort and In the Upper Room

5 Star Talent and Entertainment is a full service entertainment agency. Call us today for a custom proposal!

www.5StarActs.com 303.635.1210

Terri L. Fisher Owner/ President 5 Star Talent and Entertainment

Photo by David Gaston

Leah McFadden by Allen Birnbach

Ticket Information: All performances take place at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. Tickets range from $30 to $155. Visit COLORADOBALLET.ORG or call Patron Services at 303-837-8888 ext. 2 to purchase tickets. To continue to reduce the number of ticket resellers, please purchase directly through Colorado Ballet via the website or phone number listed above. Tickets purchased through resellers may not be valid.

National Acts * Bands All Styles * DJs * Cirque Shows * Walk Around * Cultural * Custom Options * Production

CONVENTIONS · CORPORATE · FESTIVALS · NON-PROFIT · CHARITIES · WEDDINGS


PAGE 10 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

Cooks in crisis BY DOROTHY ROSBY

Gifting J UST GOT EVEN MORE

Uplifting bonus 5 2 $ receive a

card

f o r e v e ry $ 1 0 0 i n g i f t cards purchased

Every year, while I prepare our Thanksgiving meal, such as it is, I tune into The Splendid Table’s annual live call-in show, Turkey Confidential, on National Public Radio. Food experts talk turkey about all sorts of dishes I’d love to gobble up. (Don’t worry. I’ve now used up all my turkey puns.) And on the biggest cooking day of the year, Turkey Confidential guests come to the rescue of cooks in crisis. I’ve always appreciated how they don’t shame their callers for forgetting to thaw the turkey or using instant mashed potatoes. But I’ve never had the nerve to call them myself, though I have had some cooking crises, and not just on Thanksgiving. It may be called Turkey Confidential but it’s on the radio, so how confidential can it be. If I had overcome my embarrassment, there are a few calls I would have made over the many years I’ve listened to the show. I trust you to keep these in confidence. 1) Help! My goose is cooked but my turkey isn’t. I told my guests we’d eat at noon. Then I told them 1. It’s now 2. The relish tray is empty and someone sampled the pumpkin pie, but the turkey juices are far from clear and the little pop-up thingie shows no sign of popping up. Opening the oven every five minutes to check probably isn’t helping. I should have seen this coming. Our turkey wasn’t quite thawed even after it sat in our fridge for four days, maybe because our refrigerator runs a little cold. That usually isn’t a problem, since I mostly use it just to keep drinking water cold. If that weren’t bad enough, our oven has been running a little cold too. This isn’t as big of a problem as you’d think because I rarely use it. And a

CE

NT

RA

repairman told me that if I added 30 degrees to whatever temperature setting the recipe called for, I could get by for a long time, especially as little as I use my oven. But I’m beginning to wonder now if 30 degrees is enough. My question is, should I go ahead and serve my guests leftover tuna casserole now and have the turkey as a bedtime snack? A lot of people sleep after Thanksgiving dinner anyway. 2) How do you get rid of those little lumps in the gravy and is it absolutely necessary that you do so? In the past, I’ve always told my guests that my gravy recipe includes little dumplings. 3) Does the five-second rule apply if you drop the turkey as you’re moving it from the oven to the counter? Asking for a friend. In case you’re not familiar with it, the five-second rule is the theory that it’s safe to pick up and eat food that has fallen on the floor as long as you do it within five seconds of dropping it. It’s silly, of course. I base my judgment about whether to eat what has fallen entirely on what was dropped, where it was dropped and who saw me drop it. And I’ve never yet dropped a turkey. But I’ve lived in fear of it ever since what my family kindly refers to as the Swiss steak incident. We went out to dinner after that. But have you ever tried to find an open restaurant on Thanksgiving Day? 4) I have a little problem. Actually it’s a big problem. My overly-enthusiastic husband bought a turkey so big it barely fits in our refrigerator. I’m not exaggerating. We had to remove the shelf above it to make room for it and that leaves very little space for anything else. We’ll probably have to serve our turkey with no sides. My question is, can we come to your house for Thanksgiving dinner?

OP E R

TY L CI

AG U

IL

D

2019

Larimer Square 1465 Larimer Street Denver, CO 80202 Denver Tech Center 8000 E Belleview Avenue, Suite C10 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Details at Ocean-Prime.com

l’esprit de noël holiday home tour PRESENTED BY CENTRAL CITY OPERA GUILD

Tour five homes in the University Park neighborhood

November 22 & 23, 2019

Friday & Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm

Tour Tickets: $30 at the Tour & at all King Soopers stores. $28 tickets and more information online at: lesprithometour.com


Holiday

November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 11

The season for gathering is here! Thanksgiving is just around the corner which means an abundance of entertaining opportunities and the chance to create an inviting table where your guests feel the joy and gratitude that comes with the season. Serve up that delicious turkey feast with autumnal flair in celebration of Thanksgiving with the natural beauty of woven textures, a neutral palette and glowing pumpkins from Pottery Barn to give your table a warm, casual vibe.

and neutral tones for a look that is stylish and chic. Or charm your guests with a handsome tablescape inspired by 18th-century English patterns and rich seasonal hues from Williams-Sonoma. The signature Thanksgiving tableware will play a memorable role in family feasts for years to come.

Maybe your table takes on vintage-inspired styling with nostalgic dinnerware and botanical prints from Pottery Barn paired with mixed metal accents for a whimsical take on a timeless and traditional look. Create a contemporary table exuding warmth and simple beau-

With favorite stores like Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel and Williams-Sonoma, Park Meadows is a one-stop shopping destination for all of your entertaining needs. It’s time to set a festive table, make every room glow and enjoy time with family and friends this Thanksgiving!

ty with décor from Crate & Barrel. With a pumpkin-colored table runner, crisp white plates, and boldly patterned linens, your table will stand out in the crowd. Who doesn’t love the simplicity of a table dressed in rustic modern table linens, serving ware and décor? Pottery Barn has you covered with brassy gold accents that balance natural greenery


PAGE 12 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

SUBMITTED BY GLORY WEISBERG

wide array of collectibles belonging to members and friends of the Rotary Club of Englewood were on the auction block to support the club’s scholarships to college and trade school students. Members donated a wide array of items that ran the gamut from party-attired dolls to well loved teddy bears and even a cat that meowed. Ladies’ jewelry was also popular. Fun collectables brought oohs and ahs! Among the Rotary Club’s

items were a porcelain brooch by artist Cynthia Chang, a well respected ceramic artist. There was an array of estate pieces donated by club members and sold to other club members at the Holiday Fair. It was downright fun to watch the goings on and we admit, got into the action as well! Club co-president Susan Van Dyke chaired the charity auction. Funds went to The Englewood Public Schools for college scholarships and trade schools. The Rotary Club of Englewood meets each Wednesday at noon.

Nov. 24, 2016

Thanksgiving Day Menu 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

BUFFET STYLE Quinoa & Black Beans Salad / Waldorf salad / Caesar Salad / Couscous & Winter Veggies Salad / Mixed Greens / Mediterranean Pasta salad Red Bird Natural Herb Roasted Turkey w/cornbread stuffing & cranberry sauce

Rotary Fair Burnett and VanDyke

Black Angus Carved Roasted Beef w/horseradish & au-jus Baked Ham w/Brown sugar & honey glaze Crab Legs w/Canadian sauce Peel & Eat Shrimp w/cocktail sauce Black Mussels w/San Marzano tomato sauce Garlic Mashed Potatoes Orange Glazed Sweet Potatoes Green Bean Almondine • Cauliflower Au gratin Corn Muffins • Assorted Baked Rolls Pumpkin Pie/Pecan Pie/Pumpkin Cheese Cake/Bread Pudding & Much More

$44.95 per person (adults) $20.95 (kids 12 and under)

303-771-5800

3535 South Yosemite (SW corner of Yosemite at Hampden)

Check our website for details

www.citronbistro.com

NCAA banner

Broncos pillow and a happy stuffed baseball


FLEURISH

November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 13

Colorado UpLift Guild Fashion Show & Membership Luncheon at Glenmoor Always uplifting! There are 65,000 atrisk youth in Denver. Over 36 years ago the late Dr. Kent Hutcheson founded Colorado UpLift to develop character, leadership FLEURISH and life skills for urban kids. The most beautiful part of this extraordinary opportunity is that the kids pay it forward as a thank you. The older students mentor the younger ones and teams actually travel to Tijuana, Mexico to assist others in need such as literally building homes. The Colorado UpLift Guild presented its annual membership luncheon and fashion show featuring Colorado UpLift Advanced Leadership students as models at Glenmoor Country Club. Fashions were provided by Denver’s own AnnaFesta. Anne Fanganello is owner/designer and spent nearly two decades in NYC with prominent fashion houses before coming back home. “I love this job,” said Margie Hunter who will serve another term as president of the guild. In honoring her late husband, Dr. Kent Hutchson, Diane said of the founder: “My husband was a valiant warrior!” Kudos also went to Inez Robnson, laision for the staff and guild. The Guild’s Holiday Boutique will be open December 2 where students will earn an opportunity to shop for gifts for family members and caregivers. Members were encouraged to contribute almost new or new items such as jewelry, hats, gloves, scarves and other clothing as well as wallets, games, makeup or pampering items.

ABOVE: Models with AnnaFesta’s Anne Fanganello (4th from left) LEFT: Event chairs Carleen Haselden and Jennifer Myers BELOW: Past Guild presidents: Peggy Hector, Margie Hunter (and current president), Glenda Richter, Kathy Emmons, Carleen Haselden, Sandee Walling, Joyce Wilson and Anne Curran Photos by Scottie Taylor Iverson

LEFT: Marci Seal and Diane Hutcheson, wife of the late Colorado UpLift Founder Dr. Kent Hutcheson


PAGE 14 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

Invisible Disabilities Association hosts “The Reveal” Awards Gala

IDA Founder Wayne Connell, emcee Denise Plante and Healthy Living Award recipient Dr. Dave Singh

Col. Mikel Burroughs (Ret.) Invisible Heroes Award recipient with IDA’s Jess Stainbrook

Internationally recognized illusionist David Laflin

Jodi Perito accepted the Volunteer Award

Gala chairs Nancy Sharp and Steve Saunders

Photos by Scottie Taylor Iverson

Invisible No More. That’s the goal of Invisible Disabilities Association (IDA) founded by Wayne and Sherri Connell, because of her invisible illness, to provide encouragement, education and connection to people touched by illness, pain and disability. Even though their appearance may not reveal their illness and pain, their battles are very real. Costumes and masks were de rigueur at IDA’s annual gala held at Marriott Denver South and featured a fast-moving, entertainment-filled evening with silent and live auctions, entertainment by Biff Gore of The Voice fame, intriguing slight-of-hand and elevated illusions by internationally recognized illusionist David Laflin with participants from the audience and awards to seven outstanding individuals. Not pictured in the coverage were first ever Media Impact Award winner Jennifer Brea and Inspiration Award winner John O’Leary whose message via video was “Live it Up and Live Inspired!” Young Professional Cochairs were Amber Adams-Schul and Drew Barnes. Brittani Sievers was auction chair. IDA high school intern Rebecca Zickerman was a guest speaker.

Honorary Chairs Anthony Berumen and Dr. Lacy Berumen

From The Source H2O: Jeff McPherson, Amanda Brightwell, Matthew Ghormley with “Ambassador of Soul” Biff Gore photo bombing LEFT: Rick Roberts received the Perseverance Award RIGHT: LaFawn Biddle and daughter Belinda FAR RIGHT: John Elway Chevrolet’s Tahverlee Anglin and Debbie Waines surround IDA board member Joe Womack of Fireplace Warehouse ETC

Corporate Award recipient Paula Viellet with sister Nancy Greenfield


November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 15

CHERRY CREEK NORTH

467 ADAMS STREET

RRY E H C ALUE V T S BE

RTH! O N K CREE

Extraordinary custom home, designer perfection, top location and better than new condition. AVAILABLE TURNKEY FROM DESIGNER FURNISHINGS TO SILVERWARE. PRICE NOW $2,295,000. CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE

From left, former Centennial Mayor Cathy Noon, Dr. Marco Del Chiaro, former Castle Pines Mayor Maureen Shul and Dr. Richard Schulick of the CU Cancer Center

Two former Colorado mayors touched by pancreatic cancer unite to raise awareness World Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day is Thursday, Nov. 21

A few years ago, the routine of municipal government was the main conversation between Maureen Shul and Cathy Noon. As mayors of new cities who were variously involved in their respective incorporation efforts, the two women had seemingly much to talk about. Shul, the founding mayor of Castle Pines, and Noon, the second mayor of Centennial and the first woman to hold the post, had the shared distinction of running the two newest municipalities in the Denver metro region. But it was the plight of pancreatic cancer that truly brought the two mayors together. In 2010, Shul tragically—and suddenly—lost both her mother and brother to the disease within months of each other, prompting her to found Wings of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer Research. “Having two immediate family members diagnosed with pancreatic cancer brings home how prevalent this particular cancer has become,” she said. “The horrific reality of this cancer is compounded by friends who have been diagnosed and are undergoing treatment.” Eight years later, Noon was diagnosed, herself, with the disease, prompting the two former mayors to join forces in ways they would not have imagined. Noon was recently one of several survival stories featured at An Evening of Hope, the main annual fundraiser for Wings of Hope.

“Raising awareness is vital to helping find early diagnosis and treatment options for those who have pancreatic cancer,” said Noon, a 19-month, stage-3 survivor. “Like me, most people don’t know they have pancreatic cancer until it is in advanced stages and face dismal survival rate statistics. More advocacy, research and successful treatment options must happen so pancreatic cancer isn’t considered a death sentence.” On World Pancreatic Cancer Day, Thursday, Nov. 21, Shul, Noon and advocates from around the world will unite to spread the word on the common risks and symptoms of the often-deadly disease. The annual campaign is an initiative of the World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition, composed of more than 80 organizations from more than 30 countries on six continents, including Wings of Hope. November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. Pancreatic cancer—its research well behind that of other cancers—has the lowest survival rate, in large part because few people know the warning signs, and too often patients are diagnosed at an advanced stage when treatment options are few. Working to change that is Wings of Hope, which raises funds to support groundbreaking studies and trials at the University of Colorado Cancer Center. “As the least funded cancer when it comes to research, the greatest hope in combating this relentless disease lies in funding research projects that will find early diagnostic methods, more effective treatments and ultimately a cure,” Shul said.

According to the American Cancer Society, about 56,000 people will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the United States in 2019, and approximately 45,000 will die from the disease. Less than seven percent of patients survive five years after diagnosis, giving pancreatic cancer one of the worst survival rates of all the common cancers. Better progress starts with early detection. The common often vaguely described and misdiagnosed symptoms include mid-back pain, unexplained weight loss, jaundice and stomach pain. Evidence suggests smoking, excessive weight and chronic pancreatitis may increase the risk. Family history is also a factor. Because there is no screening test—unlike many other cancers—anyone experiencing one or more persistent symptoms should ask their doctor about the disease. Patients diagnosed at an earlier stage, when surgery is an option, are more likely to live five years or longer. “World Pancreatic Cancer Day provides the opportunity for all of us to unite globally to advocate for early-detection methods, more effective treatments and especially more funding for research,” Shul said. “It is only by raising awareness to the symptoms and risks that we increase the chance of survival and change the course of this relentless disease.” For more information about World Pancreatic Cancer Day, visit worldpancreaticcancer day.org. For more information on Wings of Hope, visit wings ofhopepcr.org.

5055 S. HOLLY ST.

,000 0 5 3 , 2 CE $ I R P ABLE V E I L UNBE On 2.12 acres, panoramic mountain views. Rebuilt by BOA from the inside out. $2,350,000 THE PRESERVE

4081 E. CHESTNUT CT.

Fabulous European styling, open flooorplan,outdoor kitchen,exceptional apppointments. $2,850,000

CHERRY CREEK NORTH

223 COOK ST.

Cherry Creek North, main floor master suite, transitional styling, 3 car garage. $1,595,000 CASTLE PINES VILLAGE

2701 CASTLE PINES DR

Main floor master suite, pool, hot tub. Entertainers delight. $1,975,000

Kentwood.com/EdieMarks


SeniorChoices Senior Choices

PAGE 16 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

After talking with friends, the client made an initial investment of $70,000.00, relying on the salesperson’s personal promise of huge returns within six months or less. After six months had elapsed, the client contacted the company for the anticipated payout, but was advised that the best way to maximize the return was for the client to double the investment on the breakout stock pick as soon as possible, because the opportunity for the most gain would soon be lost, when the limited quantity of shares had been sold. Eager to increase the payout from the “huge upside” stock, the client invested $80,000.00 more. Sadly, the salesperson was a fraudulent con artist, with faked credibility, operating under a company that was not registered with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) or any state regulator. I assisted the client in turning the matter over to the

Colorado office of the SEC, which conducted an investigation and brought a lawsuit against the unscrupulous salesperson and his company. All sales have stopped per Court Order and the case is pending at this time. What are the risk factors of investment fraud? Surprisingly, 2/3rds of victims are male, 55-65 years old, more financially literate, college-educated, had recent changes in financial or health status, with higher income and were risk-takers. Key risk factors for all victims include ownership of high-risk (non-registered) investments, open to new investment information, relying on friends, family and co-workers for advice, failing to check background and registration of financial professionals and their products, and an inability to spot persuasion tactics used by fraudsters. What are the five most common types of persuasion tactics? 1. Phantom Riches: Dangling the prospect of wealth, guarantees, or great returns, at

“almost no risk”; 2. Source Credibility: It is better to deal with credible people or individuals in positions of authority. Because credibility can be faked, it is critical to determine if the claims can be independently verified; 3. Social Consensus: If everybody wants it, it must be good. Are YOU really interested in the investment? Does the pitch focus on how many others are interested? 4. Reciprocity: Doing a small favor in return for a big favor. Was the pitch preceded by a free meal, book or video? Do you feel obligated to do the salesperson a favor? Did the salesperson offer to cut their commission as an incentive? 5. Scarcity: If something is rare or scarce, it must be more valuable. Is the offer good for only a limited time, or in a limited quantity? If you suspect investment fraud involving brokers or investment advisers, you should contact the following: • The Denver Office of

the Securities and Exchange Commission: 303-844-1000, Denver@sec.gov; • Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Seniors Helpline: 844-574-3577; • State securities regulators: ServeOurSeniors.org In Part 2, I will provide useful tips on preventing investment fraud. It is best to have an experienced attorney assist with the preparation of appropriate, custom-tailored estate plan documents, including financial power of attorney documents needed to accomplish your goals and avoid unnecessary consequences and expense.

The wisdom of going upstream

with their students. Even ambulance-chaser lawyer commercials are riddled with connection language of, “You are known to us and we care about you.” There is robust evidence that healthy relationships play a vital role in healing trauma, building resilience, increasing academic performance, creating protective factors in multiple areas of human capital development and flourishing which increases pro-social behaviors. There is a disconnection between data, programming and funding. We say relationships are key, but do not make them a priority in our families, friendships, schools, neighborhoods, the workplace or in prevention initiatives. We do we not teach etiquette, grooming, social pleasantries, kindness, effective conflict

resolution strategies, the art of conversation or operationalize healthy relationship skills to children in school as an essential part of the curriculum in every class. We do not invest in this foundational human experience. There is a lot of money being allocated to the prevention of suicide, substance abuse, addictions, poverty, dropout rates, violence, sexual assault, teen pregnancy, gangs and other risk behaviors. All humans yearn for authentic, meaningful and satisfying relationships and positive social connections. Perhaps we need to start teaching relationship development skills to combat disconnectedness and mis-connectedness. Let’s become “Upstreamers”! The time is now! joneen@myrelationshipcenter.org; www. myrelationshipcenter.org

ABOU

THE LAW

BY DONALD PETERSON

Dear Readers, What if you are the victim of investment fraud? Here is a case example (Part 1 of 2): A client went to a recent free lunch, sponsored by a persuasive, seemingly nice investment salesperson, who made an offer of a one-time, limited financial opportunity that was guaranteed to return the client’s funds with almost no risk. In fact, the salesperson touted that the investment would have incredible gains, including a return of money sufficient to allow the client to take that anniversary cruise the client had dreamed of for so long.

Going upstream is the story of village inhabitants regularly saving people drowning in a river; those apparently thrown in somewhere upstream. Rather than figuring out what was happening upstream, the “Downstreamers” were perfectly content to keep saving those drowning, rather than finding out the upstream root cause of the drowning. This has been the standard of practice with many health and social issues that are being treated in a silo. We, as a nation, should honor the robust and plentiful science regarding root cause issues. The Center for Relationship Education team has done the

due diligence regarding the research and have isolated a root cause issue to address. Disconnection or misconnection (being involved in unhealthy relationships) is a root cause for many types of deleterious life outcomes especially for adolescents. Research journals are filled with studies that outline risk behaviors such as alcohol or drug use, skipping school, academic underachievement, increased dropout rates, violence, crime, teen pregnancy, depression and suicide ideation, including childhood obesity as one of the many behavioral risk factors stemming from being disconnected or

misconnected. Colorado, especially, needs to take note as the rate of teen suicide in Colorado has increased by 58% in 3 years, making it the cause of 1 in 5 adolescent deaths. How do we, as a country, address this root cause of many health and social issues? It has been oft repeated in leadership and sales programs, “It’s all about relationships.” Building relationships has been used to sell real estate, cars, and other high-ticket items. Doctors and nurses are trained to improve their bedside manners. Relationship training has been utilized to call center operators to calm down and “relate” to irate, unhappy customers. Educators are trained to motivate and inspire with skills to make a connection

Donald Glenn Peterson Esq. Don Peterson Law Firm 1720 S. Bellaire St., Suite 530 Denver, CO 80222 Phone: (303) 758-0999 Fax: (303) 758-1091 E-Mail: dgp.lawoffice@att.net www.donpetersonlawfirm.com


November 14, 2019 • THE VILLAGER | PAGE 17

2019 Toyota RAV4 is marketplace leader BY H. THROTTLE AUTOMOTIVE COLUMNIST

The Toyota 2019 RAV4 “Adventure” all-wheel drive four-door SUV is spectacular in every aspect. This is one of Toyota’s stellar models and many older RAV4s still on the highway with that distinctive rear tire molding in the rear deck panel. The 202 horsepower 2019 version has plenty of spunk and the sixspeed sequential transmission works well. Toyota transmissions are the best in the business. Final assembly of this model is in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada and could be subject to any future tariff considerations. The RAV4 has risen in price considerably over the years and this test model has every bell and whistle that can be added to a RAV4. The initial suggested retail price is $32,900, but the factory has added a long

EVENTS

list of desirable options amounting to over $7000 making a final sticker price of $39,948. The options include an Adventure Grade weather package at $1,185 that includes heated wipers with deicer function, along with heated seats

and steering wheel. Most of the other options deal with navigation and a technology package of additional safety and communication features. The RAV4 is a fine drive with excellent handling, performance, comfort and easy center console controls. There are three drive modes of Eco, Normal and Sport and fuel economy averaged 28

November 15. Join us as we bring business together. 7:30 – 9:00 am. Chick-fil-A, 3085 S. Broadway. For information call 303-789-4473

as we tell the stories of the original inhabitants of Colorado, tracing the civilizations of the Ute, Cheyenne, Arapaho and other tribes. 2:00 pm. Bemis Public Library, 6014 S. Datura Street, Littleton. For more information call 303-795-3961

Native Americans In Colorado

Love INC Makes A Move

Englewood Chamber Friday Coffee

November 18. Join Active Minds

A Paris Street Christmas Market November 15 & 16. Start your holiday gift shopping with this fine collection of vintage décor, antiques and holiday apparel. Over 30,000 square feet of Holiday Cheer! Friday & Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Douglas County Events Center, 500 Fairgrounds Road, Castle Rock (I 25, Exit 181). For information call 303-877-9457 Centennial Kicks Off The Holiday Season November 16. There will be performances by the Denver Ballet, the Spotlight Performing Arts Center and local school choir groups. Enjoy the festive lights, free cookies and hot chocolate. Santa will be there so children should bring their Christmas wish list. Bring lawn chairs since

November 18. Littleton Mayor

seating will be limited. 3:00 – 5:00 pm. Centennial Center Park, 13050 E. Parkview Avenue. For information call 303-325-8000 Botanic Gardens Winter Gift Market November 21 – 23. More than 50 artisans will be selling specialty foods, natural bath & body products, clothing, seasonal items and jewelry. Free admission. Thursday, 4:00 – 8:00 pm. Friday & Saturday, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm. Denver Botanic Gardens, 1007 York Street. For information call 720-8653500 L’Esprit De Noel Holiday Home Tour November 22 – 23. This traditional tour is open to the public and will take

mpg. overall during the drive. Safety features are so impressive in the new vehicles such as lane departure warnings, pedestrian rear traffic alerts, and the Safety- Sense Pre-collision system that prevents striking a forward object. RAV4 owners will be pleased at the advancements in the 2019 models and the multiple safety, navigation, and technical features. However, the upgrades have given way to a higher price range. The RAV4 is a solid drive and so well suited to Colorado weather and traffic conditions. The drive alone is worth of strong consideration and the many options are just adding more frosting to the cake. Toyota is excited with the 2020 GR Supra that is igniting show room floors with excitement with stock and fully race prepped models celebrating the 40th anniversary of Toyota racing developments.

Debbie Brinkman will cut the ribbon for the official opening of the new offices of Love In The Name of Christ (INC). The organization was recently recognized by the Littleton City Council for the help their volunteers gave to people displaced by the Windermere fire last year. 3:30 pm. 5745 S. Bannock Street, Littleton. For information call 303-359-1301 guests through five architecturally unique homes in the University Park neighborhood beautifully decorated for the holidays by the area’s finest florists and table designers. The tour is a major fundraiser for the Central City Opera. Tickets $28 on sale at centralcityopera. org/lesprit or all King Soopers locations. Friday & Saturday tours will be from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. For information visit lesprithometour.com or call 303292-6500 Hudson Gardens Christmas Lighting Extravaganza November 29 – December 31. Walk arm-in-arm with loved ones through this winter wonderland decorated with thousands of outdoor lights. Share your holiday wish list with Santa while you sip hot chocolate and watch Christmas trees dance to holiday music. The lights burn bright from 5:00 – 9:00 pm each night. For tickets and information call 303-797-8565

Our lasting gratitude the freedom of choice back in the hands of patients and at a significantly reduced cost. Our veterans should be given the opportunity to pay less because they have given so much to defend our freedom and opportunity of America. We should also allow family members and friends to use their HSA accounts to pay costs for veterans if they choose to – serving those who served us. This proposal would decrease tax revenue into the U.S. Treasury but cost reductions in healthcare will offset the revenue reduction by ten-fold. Our veterans can’t wait online for bureaucrats; they need innovative bold solutions that will fundamentally change the quality of their lives, the lives of their children and positively impact

Classified Advertising SERVICES

Dependable Yard Work: Modest rates.Friendly and dependable. Local references. Call Greg at 720-404-8032 tfn

The Colorado Civil Air Patrol (CAP) often engages in search and rescues in the Colorado mountains, according to Col. Gary H. Tobey, Governmental Relations Advisor for the Colorado Wing of the CAP. He spoke recently at a meeting of the Southeast Metropolitan Law Club at Benedict’s Restaurant. Tobey, a member of the CAP for many years, described the work of the organization, which is nationwide with branches in every state, including Colorado. The CAP reaches out to young people

at even the elementary school level, with an active recruiting program for high school students. “The organization is a United States Air Force Auxiliary, and was formed 70 years ago,” Tobey said. The group stresses academics, mentoring and service projects. Its high school members generally are good students (B’s or better), strongly believe in community service, are interested in military service, and many high school members would like to pursue aviation careers. “The organization also stresses a Youth Fitness Program, with a lifelong habit of regular exercise and commitment to remain drugfree”, Tobey said. Total enroll-

ment is about 25,000 nationwide, with 80 percent white members and 20 percent non-white or minority. “Cost of participation, the first year out-of-pocket expense, averages between $300 and $600 for the year,” Tobey said. CAP also is a congressionally chartered nonprofit organization that conducts missions for the federal government, as well as for local communities and states. More information about CAP may be obtained by calling Col. Tobey, whose number is (303) 888-0582. Information about the Southeast Metro Law Club may be obtained by calling David S. Oppenheim, (303) 722-6500.

Handyman who can do it right the first time. Local repairman. Call Doug at 303-756-5655

Commercial Equestrian Hobby Shops Ask about our Winter Build Special!

S T R U C T U R E S

Agricultural Garages And More!

NE and Western IA Eastern CO 1626 Washington St. 222 Oak Ave. Blair, NE 68008 Eaton, CO 80615 402-426-5022 970-230-2052

www.GingerichStructures.com

ESTATE SALE - LOG HOMES

PAY THE BALANCE OWED ONLY!!! AMERICAN LOG HOMES IS ASSISTING JUST RELEASED OF ESTATE & ACCOUNT SETTLEMENT ON HOUSES.

4 Log Home kits selling for BALANCE OWED, FREE DELIVERY 1)Model # 101 Carolina $40,840…BALANCE OWED $17,000 2)Model # 203 Georgia $49,500...BALANCE OWED $19,950 3)Model # 305 Biloxi

$36,825...BALANCE OWED $14,500

4)Model # 403 Augusta $42,450...BALANCE OWED $16,500 NEW - HOMES HAVE NOT BEEN MANUFACTURED

 Make any plan design changes you desire!  Comes with Complete Building Blueprints & Construction Manual  Windows, Doors, and Roofing not included BBB  NO TIME LIMIT FOR DELIVERY! A+ Rating

*OFFER NOT AVAILABLE TO AMERICAN LOG HOME DEALERS*

CAP often engages in search, rescue BY DORIS B. TRUHLAR GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER

communities across America. This kind of inventive disruption of norms requires government to partner with the private and nonprofit sector to provide veterans and their families the level of care they deserve. We will never know all of their names, though many will be etched in stone memorializing their sacrifice to secure our freedom and liberty. But for those brave soldiers who return home to us broken or wounded, we must not forget the promises made to them. America will leave no soldier behind; especially not at the time they leave the battlefield and enter a hospital or a doctor’s office. To every veteran, their spouse, child and Gold Star family… Thank you for your service and sacrifice; our freedom has and always will depend on it.

Continued from Page 5

Colorado Statewide Classified Advertising Network To place a 25-word COSCAN Network ad in 91 Colorado newspapers for only $300, contact The Villager at 303-773-8313 x301. WANTED

COLORADO PRESS ASSOCIATION NETWORK

Cash for Mineral Rights Free, no-risk, cash offer. Contact us Buy a 25-word statewide classified line ad in newspapers across the state with the details: of Colorado for just $300 per week. Call: 720-988-5617 Write: Minerals, PO BOX 3668, Ask about our frequency discounts! Contact this newspaper or call Littleton, CO 80161 The Villager Newspaper at Email: 303-773-8313 x301 opportunity@ecmresourcesinc.com

tfn


PAGE 18 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

LEGALS

—Continued from previous page—

2017 FIRST

FIRST PLACE Best Public Notice Section

2018 NNA Better Newspaper

PLACE — Best Section

Advertising Contest Award-winning Newspaper

ARAPAHOE COUNTY ARAPAHOE COUNTY NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT CHERRY CREEK PATH AT ILIFF AVENUE PROJECT Project No. C18-018 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Arapahoe County, Colorado shall make final settlement with SaBell’s Civil & Landscape, LLC for its work completed for Arapahoe County. The work performed under contract dated January 4, 2019 for work generally consisting of the construction of a new bike and pedestrian trail to the design cross section and profile, construction of a soil nail wall along Cherry Creek under Iliff Avenue, construction of a new pedestrian bridge over Cherry Creek, placing GESC BMPs, installation of drainage improvements, and other related items. Any person, co-partnership, association of persons, company or corporation that has furnished labor, materials, team hire, sustenance, provisions, provender or other supplies used or consumed or any of its subcontractors or that has supplied rental machinery, tools, or equipment to the extent used by SaBell’s Civil & Landscape, LLC or any of its subcontractors in or about the performance of the work done within Arapahoe County, whose claim has not been paid by SaBell’s Civil & Landscape, LLC. Any of its subcontractors may file a claim with the Board of County Commissioners of Arapahoe County, 5334 S. Prince St., Littleton, CO 80120, at any time up to and including November 21, 2019. This Notice is published in accordance with §38-26-107, C.R.S., and all claims, if any, shall be filed in accordance with this statutory section. Failure on the part of any claimant to file such verified statement and/or claim prior to the aforementioned date for filing claims shall release Arapahoe County, its officers, agents and employees from any or all liability, claims, and suits for payment to SaBell’s Civil & Landscape, LLC. Joan Lopez, Clerk to the Board Published in The Villager First Publication: November 7, 2019 Last Publication: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9342 ____________________________ ARAPAHOE COUNTY INVITATION FOR BID IFB-19-64 CHECK POINT MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT Notice is hereby given that the Arapahoe County Purchasing Division will be accepting bids for the purchase of Check Point Firewall Support and Maintenance Renewal services for Arapahoe County Information Technology Department. All Arapahoe County solicitations can be obtained from the County’s website. The Invitation for Bid (IFB-19-64) document can be obtained by going to the Arapahoe County website www. arapahoegov.com, then go to the Finance Department, and under the Finance Department select Purchasing then go to the Quick Link for the Rocky Mountain ePurchasing website. Submittals must be received in the Purchasing Division, located at 5334 South Prince Street, 4th Floor, Littleton, CO 80120, no later than 2:00 p.m.

local time on December 19, 2019. The County reserves the right to waive any or all informalities or irregularities and to reject any or all submittals. Joan Lopez, Clerk to the Board Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9364 ____________________________ ARAPAHOE COUNTY NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of Arapahoe County, Colorado shall make final settlement with Flynn BEC, LP for its work completed for Arapahoe County on the project identified as Altura Plaza Roof Overlay. The work generally consisted of Roofing services to include Prep of old roof, overlay with new membrane and top coat seal. Final Settlement will be made on December 3, 2019. Any person, co-partnership, association of persons, company or corporation that has furnished labor, materials, team hire, sustenance, provisions, provender or other supplies used or consumed by Flynn BEC, LP or any of its subcontractors, or that has supplied rental machinery, tools or equipment to the extent used by Flynn BEC, LP or any of its subcontractors in or about the performance of the work done for the above-described project whose claim therefore has not been paid by Flynn BEC, LP or any of its subcontractors may file a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid with the Arapahoe County Attorney’s Office (on behalf of the Board of County Commissioners) at 5334 South Prince Street, Littleton, CO 80120, at any time up to and including December 2, 2019. This Notice is published in accordance with Section 38-26-107 of C.R.S., and all claims, if any, shall be filed in accordance with this statutory section. Failure on the part of any claimant to file such verified statement and/or claim prior to the aforementioned date for filing claims shall release Arapahoe County, its officers, agents and employees from any or all liability, claims, and suits for payment due from Flynn BEC, LP. Joan Lopez, Clerk to the Board Published in The Villager First Publication: November 14, 2019 Last Publication: November 21, 2019 Legal # 9365 ____________________________

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, Petitioner, IN THE INTEREST OF:

Attorney for Petitioner 14980 East Alameda Drive Aurora, CO 80012 Tel: (303) 636-1884 Fax: (303) 636-1889 Case No: 19JV781 Division: 22 NOTICE OF ADJUDICATORY HEARING AND DEFAULT JUDGMENT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an Adjudicatory Hearing regarding RONALD EDWARD ARAGON is set for December 2, 2019 at 9:30 A.M. in Division 22 at the Arapahoe County District Court, 7325 South Potomac Street, Centennial, Colorado 80112. 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 (ren) dependent and neglected in accordance with the Colorado Children’s Code. The People of the State of Colorado may request the Court enter an order finding that you are the legal parent of the above named child(ren), entering an order requiring you to pay reasonable and necessary support pursuant to §19-4-116(6), on a monthly basis commencing immediately for the support of the child(ren), entering a judgment for child support debt pursuant to §14-14-104, C.R.S., medical support, and to grant such further relief as the Court deems proper. You have the right to be represented by counsel at every stage of these proceedings. In accordance with C.R.S. §19-4-105.5, you also may have the right to request genetic testing. A request for genetic test shall not prejudice the requesting party in matters concerning allocation of parental responsibilities. If genetic tests are not obtained prior to the legal establishment of paternity and submitted into evidence prior to the entry of the final order establishing paternity, the genetic tests may not be allowed into evidence at a later date. Date: November 5, 2019 Tamra Joanne White, Esq., Reg. #22049 Senior Assistant County Attorney Attorney for Petitioner 14980 E. Alameda Dr. Aurora, CO 80012 303-636-1884 Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9367 ____________________________ DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE, STATE OF COLORADO 7325 S. Potomac Street Centennial, Colorado 80112 PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, Petitioner, IN THE INTEREST OF: BAILEY SAINS Child, and concerning

AARON JOSEPH ARAGON Child,

JENNIFER JOHNSON (DECEASED) and JOHN SAINS, Respondents

and concerning

and concerning,

ANGIE MICHELLE PIERCE AND RONALD EDWARD ARAGON Respondents. Tamra Joanne White, Esq., Reg. #22049 Senior Assistant County Attorney

TAYLOR HUFFMAN, Special Respondent. Marilee McWilliams, Reg. No. 16564 Senior Assistant County Attorney 14980 E. Alameda Drive Aurora, CO 80012 303-636-1883 (F) 303-636-1889 Case No: 19JV654 Division: 23 NOTICE OF ADJUDICATORY HEARING AND DEFAULT JUDGMENT REGARDING JOHN SAINS To The Respondents: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an Adjudicatory Hearing regarding John Sains is set for December 6, 2019, at the hour of 10:00 a.m., in Division 23, at the Arapahoe County District Court, 7305 South Potomac Street, Centennial, Colorado 80112. You have the right to be represented by an attorney during these proceedings; if you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to represent you. In

the event you fail to appear for said hearing at the date and time indicated, the Petitioner will request that the Court enter a default judgment against you and adjudicate the child(ren), dependent and neglected in accordance with the Colorado Children’s Code. Date: Marilee McWilliams, Reg. No. 16564 Senior Assistant County Attorney Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9368 ____________________________ 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, Petitioner, In the Interest of: RILEY LYLE Child, And concerning: ERICA LYLE and JOHN DOE Respondents, And concerning: KIM TATE Special Respondent. Heather L. Tomka, Esq. #50963 Assistant County Attorney Attorney for Petitioner 14980 East Alameda Drive Aurora, CO 80012 Telephone: 303.636.1895 Case No: 19JV770 Division:22 NOTICE OF ADJUDICATORY HEARING AND DEFAULT JUDGMENT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that an Adjudicatory Hearing regarding, JOHN DOE is set for November 18, 2019 at 2:30 P.M. in Division 22 at the Arapahoe County District Court, 7325 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. Date: November 5, 2019 Heather L. Tom1ca, Esq. #50963 Assistant County Attorney Attorney for Petitioner 14980 E. Alameda Dr., Aurora, CO 80012 Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9369 ____________________________

FOXFIELD

(the “City”) will receive proposals at the City Maintenance Facility, 10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80112-3730, until 2:30 pm on November 21, 2019. The request for proposals for the 2020 Intersection Improvement Project is available electronically via the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System on the City of Greenwood Village website, www. greenwoodvillage.com/bids. The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, and to make final determination in the event of duplications.

Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado (the “City”) will receive proposals at the City Maintenance Facility, 10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80112-3730, until 4:00 pm on November 27, 2019.

No proposal may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for opening thereof. Any proposal received as a result of this request is prepared at the consultant’s expense and becomes City property and therefore, public record.

The request for proposals for the Monaco at Belleview Northbound Right Turn Lane Project is available electronically via the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System on the City of Greenwood Village website, www.greenwoodvillage.com/bids.

Any questions regarding the project should be directed to Zeke Lynch – Senior Project Manager, Transportation (303) 708-6149 or zlynch@greenwoodvillage.com

A project to provide design services to add a north bound right turn lane on Monaco Street at Belleview Avenue (SH 88). The scope shall include widening the currently narrowed throat at the intersection to facilitate a north bound right turn lane from the existing Monaco island to Belleview Avenue. The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, and to make final determination in the event of duplications.

/s/ Jeremy Hanak Director of Public Works Published in The Villager First Publication: November 7, 2019 Last Publication: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9345 ____________________________ BID INFORMATION ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado (the “City”) will receive bids by electronic submission through BidNet® on the Rocky Mountain Bid System on the Greenwood Village website at www.greenwoodvillage. com/bids. Bids must be submitted by 2:00 p.m., November 26, 2019 for the: Yosemite-Caley Westbound Right Turn Extension Project The plans and specifications for the Yosemite-Caley Westbound Right Turn Extension Project are available electronically via the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System on the City of Greenwood Village website, www.greenwoodvillage. com/bids. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to make final determination in the event of duplications. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for opening thereof. Preference is hereby given to materials, supplies, and provisions produced, manufactured, or grown in Colorado, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the State. Colorado labor shall be employed to perform the work for which bids are requested herein to the extent of not less than eighty percent (80%) of each type or class of labor in the several classifications of skilled and common labor employed on such work, pursuant to C.R.S. § 8-17-101.

Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9370 ____________________________

The City requires a certified or cashier’s check, or a corporate surety bond in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total bid amount before the City can accept or consider any bid for any bids greater than Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00). The bid and the deposit shall be filed with the Public Works Department, securely sealed and endorsed on the outside with a brief statement as to the nature of the item or work for which the bid is provided. Upon a bid award, such bond shall be returned to the unsuccessful bidder(s). In the case of the successful bidder, the bid bond will be returned upon receipt of the required payment and performance bonds, each in the full amount of the contract price. Such bonds will be retained by the City until the two year (2) warranty period has expired. An electronic bid opening will occur at 2:01 p.m., November 26, 2019. Pricing information will be shared with interested parties and will also be available through the Rocky Mountain Purchasing System.

GREENWOOD VILLAGE

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

Town of Foxfield The Town of Foxfield at the Regular Board Meeting on November 7, 2019 passed the following ordinance: Ordinance 2019-02, A BILL FOR AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 1-7-10 OF THE FOXFIELD MUNICIPAL CODE CONCERNING THE BIDDING PROCESS FOR PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS. To request a copy of the above ordinance in its entirety, please contact: Randi Gallivan, Town Clerk PO Box 461450, Foxfield, CO 80046 clerk@townoffoxfield.com (303) 680-1544

NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado

Published in The Villager First Publication: November 7, 2019 Last Publication: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9346 ____________________________ NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

/s/ Jeremy Hanak Director of Public Works

No proposal may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for opening thereof. Any proposal received as a result of this request is prepared at the consultant’s expense and becomes City property and therefore, public record. Any questions regarding the project should be directed to John Wannigman, Senior Project Manager at (303) 708-6139 or jwannigman@ greenwoodvillage.com. /s/ Jeremy Hanak Director of Public Works Published in The Villager First Publication: November 7, 2019 Last Publication: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9348 ____________________________ BID INFORMATION ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the City of Greenwood Village, Colorado (the “City”) will receive sealed bids at the Public Works Department, 10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80112-3730, until 3:30 P.M., December 4, 2019 for the Bridgwater Pond Improvements. The specifications for the Bridgwater Pond Improvements and complete contract documents are available electronically via the Rocky Mountain E-Purchasing System on the City of Greenwood Village website, www.greenwoodvillage.com/bids. The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to make final determination in the event of duplications. No bid may be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for opening thereof. There will be an optional pre-bid meeting at November 25, 2019 at 1:00 P.M. The meeting will be conducted at the Greenwood Village Public Works Facility, 10001 East Costilla Avenue, Greenwood Village, Colorado, on the insert location. Preference is hereby given to materials, supplies, and provisions produced, manufactured, or grown in Colorado, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the State. Colorado labor shall be employed to perform the work for which bids are requested herein to the extent of not less than eighty percent (80%) of each type or class of labor in the several classifications of skilled and common labor employed on such work, pursuant to C.R.S. § 8-17-101. The City requires a certified or cashier’s check, or a corporate surety bond in the amount of five percent (5%) of the total bid amount before the City can accept or consider any bid for any bids greater than Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000.00). The bid and the deposit shall be filed with the Public Works

— Continued to next page —


November 14, 2019 THE VILLAGER | PAGE 19

LEGALS —Continued from previous page— Department, securely sealed and endorsed on the outside with a brief statement as to the nature of the item or work for which the bid is provided. Upon a bid award, such bond shall be returned to the unsuccessful bidder(s). In the case of the successful bidder, the bid bond will be returned upon receipt of the required payment and performance bonds, each in the full amount of the contract price. Such bonds will be retained by the City until the two year (2) warranty period has expired. Bids will be opened publicly at December 4, 2019, 3:31 P.M. at the Greenwood Village Public Works Facility, and shall be tabulated by the City. Any questions regarding the project should be directed to Wanda De Vargas at (303) 708-6140. /s/ Jeremy Hanak Director of Public Works Published in The Villager First Publication: November 14, 2019 Last Publication: November 21, 2019 Legal # 9371 ____________________________

SPECIAL DISTRICTS SECTION 00020 INVITATION TO BID Prosper Regional Water & Sanitation Service Metropolitan District (hereinafter called the “Owner”) will receive sealed Bids for the Prosper Wastewater Treatment Plant (the “Project”) at the office of Dewberry Engineers, 990 South Broadway, Suite 400, Denver, CO 80120 until 3:00 PM, December 5, 2019. At such time, Bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. The Work to be performed includes the construction of the Prosper Wastewater Treatment Plant. The proposed facilities include an influent lift station, cast-in-place concrete process basins, 5,100 SF process building to house headworks and secondary process equipment including fine screening, grit separation, pumps, blowers, UV disinfection, and Owner furnished MBR process equipment. Associated site civil and storm water facilities will also be constructed. Complete sets of Contract Documents are available for purchase online at www.QuestCDN.com, Project Number 6573523. A mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at the Colorado Air and Space Port located at 5200 Front Range Parkway, Watkins, CO 80137, at 10:00 AM on November 15, 2019. A site visit will follow the pre-bid conference. Bids shall be made on the forms furnished by the Owner and shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope and endorsed with the name of the Bidder. A Bid Bond in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total Bid amount will be required. The Bid Bond will be retained by Owner as liquidated damages should the Successful Bidder fail to enter into a Contract with the Owner in accordance with the Bid. Bidders must supply a list of Subcontractors providing 20% or more in labor and/or materials to the Project. Attention is called to the fact that Bidders offer to assume the obligations and liabilities imposed by the Contract Documents. The Successful Bidder for the Project will be required to furnish a Performance Bond and a Labor and Materials Payment Bond in the full amount of the Contract Price, in conformity with the requirements of the Contract Documents. Bidders are hereby advised that the Owner reserves the right to not award a Contract until sixty (60) days from the date of the opening of Bids, and Bidders expressly agree to keep their Bids open for the sixty (60) day time period. Owner reserves the right to reject any and all Bids, to waive any informality, technicality or irregularity in any Bid, to disregard all nonconforming, non-responsive, conditional or alternate Bids, to negotiate contract terms with the Successful Bidder, to require statements or evidence of Bidders’ qualifications, including financial statements, and to accept the proposal that is in the opinion of the Owner in its best interest. Owner also reserves the right to extend the Bidding period by Addendum if it appears in its interest to do so. Direct all questions in writing to Christine Jacob with Dewberry Engineers Inc., by email at cjacob@dewberry.com. Questions on Contract Documents will be accepted through November 29, 2019. Questions received after this date will not be answered. Published in The Villager First Publication: November 7, 2019 Last Publication: November 21, 2019 Legal # 9353 ____________________________ NOTICE AS TO PUBLIC HEARING RE AMENDED 2019 BUDGET AND PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET

Way South, Suite 315, Englewood, CO at 12:00 p.m. on November 19, 2019.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed 2020 budget has been submitted to the INTERSTATE SOUTH METROPOLITAN DISTRICT, for the fiscal year 2020. A copy of such proposed budget has been filed in the office of the accountant, Simmons & Wheeler, P.C., 304 Inverness Way South, Suite 490, Englewood, Colorado, 80112, where same is open for public inspection. Such proposed budget will be considered at a special meeting of the Interstate South Metropolitan District to be held at 9:00 a.m. on Friday, November 15, 2019. If necessary, an amended 2019 budget will be filed in the office of the accountant and open for public inspection for consideration at the special meeting of the Board. The meeting will be held at 7400 East Orchard Road, Suite 3300, in Greenwood Village, Colorado. Any interested elector within the Interstate South Metropolitan District may inspect the amended and proposed budgets and file or register any objections at any time prior to the final adoption of the amended 2019 budget and proposed 2020 budget.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that an amendment to the 2019 budget of the District may also be considered at the above-referenced meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District. A copy of the proposed 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, are available for public inspection at the offices of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, 8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 600, Greenwood Village, Colorado. Any interested elector within the District may, at any time prior to final adoption of the 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, file or register any objections thereto.

BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS: INTERSTATE SOUTH METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

Notice is hereby given that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Commissioners of the Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority for the ensuing year of 2020. That a copy of such proposed budget has been filed in the office of Centennial Airport, where same is open for public inspection. That such proposed budget will be considered at the regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners of the Arapahoe County Public Airport Authority to be held at 7800 South Peoria Street on December 12, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.

By: /s/ SETER & VANDER WALL, P.C. Attorneys for the District Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9372 ____________________________ NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET AND 2019 BUDGET AMENDMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed budget for the ensuing year of 2020 has been submitted to the Parker Jordan Metropolitan District (“District”). Such proposed budget will be considered at a regular meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District to be held at CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, 8390 E. Crescent Pkwy., Ste. 300, Greenwood Village, CO 80111 at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that an amendment to the 2019 budget of the District may also be considered at the above-referenced meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District. A copy of the proposed 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, are available for public inspection at the offices of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, 8390 E. Crescent Pkwy., Ste. 300, Greenwood Village, CO 80111. Any interested elector within the District may, at any time prior to final adoption of the 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, file or register any objections thereto. PARKER JORDAN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT By: /s/ Bill Lamberton, President Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9373 ____________________________ NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET AND 2019 BUDGET AMENDMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed budget for the ensuing year of 2020 has been submitted to the Heritage Greens Metropolitan District (“District”). Such proposed budget will be considered at a regular meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District to be held at CliftonLarsonAllen, 8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 500, Greenwood Village, CO 80111, at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 4, 2019. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that an amendment to the 2019 budget of the District may also be considered at the above-referenced meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District. A copy of the proposed 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, are available for public inspection at the offices of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, 8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 300, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111. Any interested elector within the District may, at any time prior to final adoption of the 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, file or register any objections thereto. HERITAGE GREENS METROPOLITAN DISTRICT By: /s/ Russell W. Dykstra, General Counsel Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9374 ____________________________ NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET AND 2019 BUDGET AMENDMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed budget for the ensuing year of 2020 has been submitted to the Southeast Public Improvement Metropolitan District (“District”). Such proposed budget will be considered at a regular meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District to be held at 304 Inverness

SOUTHEAST PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT METROPOLITAN DISTRICT By: /s/ Patrick F. Mulhern, District Manager Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9375 ____________________________ CENTENNIAL AIRPORT NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING

Any interested elector of Arapahoe County or Douglas County may inspect the proposed budget and file or register any objections thereto prior to the final adoption of the budget. Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9376 ____________________________ INVITATION TO BID Bids for the below described project will be received by the Greenwood Athletic Club Metropolitan District (OWNER) at the below listed address until 5:00 p.m. MST, Friday, November 22, 2019. Club Greenwood: Roof Repair Contract 5801 S. Quebec Street Greenwood Village, CO 80111 The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept any bid or to waive any informality in any bid deemed in the best interest of the Owner. Work to include, but it not limited to: Convert the existing Kids Club Arts and Crafts room and one existing Office into a new Recovery Zone. The area is approximately 800 square feet. The new area will house equipment identified by the Owner. Equipment includes Hydro-massage chairs, Stretch Cages, and Gravity chairs. Part of the Kids Club will be remodeled to create a new Arts and Crafts zone. The entry desk (Kids Club) will be removed and the secure area shall be reconfigured. A smaller more efficient check-in area will replace the existing desk. Additional information available from Greenwood Athletic Club Metropolitan District via Paula Neubert, Greenwood Athletic and Tennis Club, paulan@clubgreenwood.com or 303-770-2582, x309. The Owner does not assume any responsibility for submission of any bid. Complete instructions for submitting bids are included in the INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS available from the Club upon request. Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9377 ____________________________ NOTICE AS TO PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET AND NOTICE CONCERNING 2019 BUDGET AMENDMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed budget for the ensuing year of 2020 has been submitted to the Greenwood Metropolitan District (“District”). Such proposed budget will be considered at a meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District to be held at the Mangia Bevi Cafe, 6363 South Fiddlers Green Circle, Greenwood Village, Colorado, at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a resolution to amend the 2019 budget for the District may also be considered at the above-referenced meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District. Copies of the proposed 2020 budget and amended 2019 budget, if required, are available for public inspection at the offices of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, 8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 300, Greenwood Village, Colorado. Any interested elector within the District may, at any time prior to final adoption of the 2020 budget

and amended 2019 budget, file or register any objections thereto. GREENWOOD METROPOLITAN DISTRICT By: /s/Raymond A. Bullock, District Manager Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9378 ____________________________ NOTICE AS TO PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET AND AMENDMENT OF 2019 BUDGET CHERRY CREEK CORPORATE CENTER METROPOLITAN DISTRICT CITY OF GLENDALE, ARAPAHOE COUNTY, COLORADO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Sections 29-1-108 and 109, C.R.S., that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Directors of the Cherry Creek Corporate Center Metropolitan District (the “District”) for the ensuing year of 2020. The necessity may also arise for the amendment of the 2019 budget of the District. Copies of the proposed 2020 budget and 2019 amended budget (if appropriate) are on file in the office of the District’s Accountant, Simmons & Wheeler, P.C., 304 Inverness Way South, Suite 490, Englewood, CO 80112, where same are available for public inspection. Such proposed 2020 budget and 2019 amended budget will be considered at a special meeting to be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, at 2:30 p.m., at the offices of DPC Development Company, 7800 E. Union Ave., Suite 800, Denver, Colorado 80237. Any interested elector within the District may, at any time prior to the final adoption of the 2020 budget or the 2019 amended budget, inspect the 2020 budget and the 2019 amended budget and file or register any objections thereto. CHERRY CREEK CORPORATE CENTER METROPOLITAN DISTRICT /s/ Elisabeth A. Cortese McGEADY BECHER P.C. Attorneys for the District Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9379 ____________________________ NOTICE AS TO PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET AND AMENDMENT OF 2019 BUDGET SUBURBAN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT ARAPAHOE COUNTY, COLORADO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Sections 29-1-108 and 109, C.R.S., that a proposed budget has been submitted to the Board of Directors of the Suburban Metropolitan District (the “District”) for the ensuing year of 2020. The necessity may also arise for the amendment of the 2019 budget of the District. Copies of the proposed 2020 budget and 2019 amended budget (if appropriate) are on file in the office of the District’s Accountant, The McKillip Group, 3 Oakwood Park Plaza, Suite 102, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104, where same are available for public inspection. Such proposed 2020 budget and 2019 amended budget will be considered at a special meeting to be held on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. at 6343 S. Grape Ct., Centennial, Colorado 80121. Any interested elector within the District may, at any time prior to the final adoption of the 2020 budget or the 2019 amended budget, inspect the 2020 budget and the 2019 amended budget and file or register any objections thereto. SUBURBAN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT /s/ Paula J. Williams McGEADY BECHER P.C. Attorneys for the District Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9380 ____________________________ NOTICE AS TO PROPOSED 2020 BUDGETS AND AMENDMENT OF 2019 BUDGETS COPPERLEAF METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOS. 1 AND 3-9 ARAPAHOE COUNTY, COLORADO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Sections 29-1-108 and 109, C.R.S., that proposed budgets have been submitted to the Board of Directors of the Copperleaf Metropolitan District Nos. 1 and 3-9 (the “Districts”) for the ensuing year of 2020. The necessity may also arise for the amendment of the 2019 budgets of the Districts. Copies of the proposed 2020 budgets and 2019 amended budgets (if appropriate) are on file in the office of the District’s Accountant, Simmons & Wheeler, P.C., 304 Inverness Way South, Suite 490, Englewood, CO 80112, where same are available for public inspection. Such proposed 2020 budgets and 2019 amended budgets will be considered at special meetings of the Districts to be held on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, at 10:30 a.m., at the offices of McGeady Becher P.C., 450 E. 17th Ave., Suite 400, Denver, Colorado 80203. Any interested elector within the Dis-

tricts may, at any time prior to the final adoption of the 2020 budgets or the 2019 amended budgets, inspect the 2020 budgets and the 2019 amended budgets and file or register any objections thereto. COPPERLEAF METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOS. 1 AND 3-9 /s/ MaryAnn M. McGeady McGEADY BECHER P.C. Attorneys for the Districts Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9381 ____________________________ NOTICE OF EXCLUSION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that there has been filed with the Board of Directors of the Southeast Public Improvement Metropolitan District, in the Counties of Arapahoe and Douglas, as well as the City and County of Denver, State of Colorado, a petition praying for the exclusion of certain lands from such District. 1. The name and address of the petitioner and a legal description of the property mentioned in such petition are as follows: Petitioner: Sky Ridge Station Corner LLC Address: c/o Coventry Development Corporation 70 East 55th Street, New York, NY 10022 Legal Description: Lot 6B, RidgeGate – Section 15 Filing No. 17, 1st Amendment, in the City of Lone Tree, County of Douglas, State of Colorado 2. The prayer of the petition is that the above property be excluded from the Southeast Public Improvement Metropolitan District. Accordingly, notice is hereby given to all interested persons to appear at the public hearing of the Board of Directors of the District at 12 p.m. on 19th day, November, 2019, at Offices of the Transportation Management Association, 304 Inverness Way South, Suite 315, Englewood, CO, Colorado, and show cause in writing, if any they have, why such petition should not be granted. The failure of any person in the existing District to file a written objection shall be taken as an assent on his part to the exclusion of the area described in this notice. SOUTHEAST PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT METROPOLITAN DISTRICT By: /s/ Gregory S. Kelly Secretary Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9382 ____________________________ NOTICE OF 2020 PROPOSED BUDGET HEARING AND NOTICE OF 2019 BUDGET AMENDMENT HEARING CHERRY CREEK BASIN WATER QUALITY AUTHORITY ARAPAHOE AND DOUGLAS COUNTIES, COLORADO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to § 29-1-106, C.R.S., as amended, a proposed Budget has been submitted to the Board of Directors of the Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority for calendar year 2020. A copy of said proposed Budget is on file in the Office of the District located at CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, located at 8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 300, Greenwood Village, Colorado, 80111, where the same is available for inspection by the public Monday through Friday during normal business hours, (i.e., 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN to all interested parties that the necessity may arise to amend the Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority’s 2019 Budget and if so, that a copy of the proposed Amended 2019 Budget is on file in the Office of the District located at CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, located at 8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 300, Greenwood Village, Colorado, 80111, where the same is available for inspection by the public Monday through Friday during normal business hours, (i.e., 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.). NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Board of Directors of the Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority will consider the adoption of the proposed 2020 Budget and the proposed amendment of the 2019 Budget at a public hearing to be conducted during a regular meeting of the Board of Directors to be held on Thursday, November 21, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. at CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, located at 8390 East Crescent Parkway, Suite 275, Greenwood Village, Colorado, 80111. Any interested party of the Cherry Creek Basin Water Quality Authority may, inspect the proposed 2020 Budget and 2019 Budget Amendment and file or register any objections or comments thereto. Dated this 16th day of October, 2019. CHERRY CREEK BASIN WATER QUALITY AUTHORITY By: /s/ Chuck Reid Manager

4

Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9383 ____________________________ NOTICE AS TO PROPOSED 2020 BUDGET AND HEARING MARIN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a proposed budget has been submitted to the MARIN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT for the ensuing year of 2020. A copy of such proposed budget has been filed with the front desk of the East and West Landmark Towers, where same is open for public inspection. Such proposed budget will be considered at a hearing at a special meeting of the Marin Metropolitan District to be held at 4:00 P.M. on Thursday, November 21, 2019. The meeting will be held in The Landmark East Club Room, 7600 Landmark Way, Greenwood Village, CO. Any interested elector within the Marin Metropolitan District may inspect the proposed budget and file or register any objections at any time prior to the final adoption of the 2020 Budget. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MARIN METROPOLITAN DISTRICT Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9384 ____________________________ NOTICE AS TO PROPOSED BUDGET AND NOTICE CONCERNING BUDGET AMENDMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the proposed budget for the ensuing year of 2020 has been submitted to the South Metro Water Supply Authority (“Authority”). Such proposed budget will be considered at a meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the Authority to be held at 8400 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 315, Greenwood Village, Colorado, at 1:00 p.m. on 18th day, November, 2019. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that an amendment to the 2019 budget of the Authority may also be considered at the above-referenced meeting and public hearing of the Board of Directors of the Authority. A copy of the proposed 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, are available for public inspection at the offices of 8400 East Prentice Avenue, Suite 315, Greenwood Village, Colorado. Any interested elector within the Authority may, at any time prior to final adoption of the 2020 budget and the amended 2019 budget, if required, file or register any objections thereto. SOUTH METRO WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY By: /s/ Eric Hecox President Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9385 ____________________________ PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that: a proposed budget has been submitted to the Devonshire Heights Water and Sanitation District Board of Directors for the ensuing year of 2020; a copy of the proposed budget has been filed in the office of Director Lucas, Cushman & Wakefield, 1401 Lawrence Street, Suite 1100, Denver, CO 80202 where same is open for public inspection; such budget will be considered at a regular meeting of the Devonshire Heights Water and Sanitation District to be held at 1401 Lawrence Street, Suite 1100, Denver, CO 80202 on November 21, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. The 2020 sewer rate will be set at that time. Any interested elector of the Devonshire Heights Water and Sanitation District may inspect the proposed budget and file or register any objections thereto at any time prior to the final adoption of the budget. Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9386 ____________________________

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of GENEVIEVE LOUISE RICHARDSON also known as GENEVIEVE L. RICHARDSON and GENEVIEVE RICHARDSON, Deceased Case Number: 2019PR31058 All persons having claims against the above named estate are required to present them to the personal representative or to District Court of Arapahoe, County, Colorado or on or before March 4, 2020, or the claims may be forever barred. /s/. Donald Glenn Peterson Donald Glenn Peterson – Attorney for PR 1720 S. Bellaire Street, Suite 530 Denver, CO 80222 Telephone: (303) 758-0999 Published in The Villager First Publication: October 31, 2019 Last Publication: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9327 ____________________________

— Continued to next page —


PAGE 20 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

LEGALS

—Continued from previous page—

ARAPAHOE COUNTY WARRANTS REPORT FOR 10/01/2019 TO 10/31/2019 FUNDS SUMMARY: 10............................ General Fund...................................... 4,803,932.30 11............................. Social Services................................... 1,576,113.80 12............................ Electronic Filing Te.................................. 51,616.00 14............................ Law Enforcement Auth.......................... 128,935.21 15............................ Arapahoe / Douglas W.......................... 224,744.29 16............................ Road and Bridge.................................... 745,620.62 20............................ Sheriff’s Commissary............................... 61,588.68 21............................ Community Development.......................... 9,839.65 25............................ Developmental Disabi................................ 7,771.95 26............................ Grants.....................................................883,298.28 28............................ Open Space Sales Tax....................... 1,985,309.37 29............................ Homeland Security -................................ 38,471.41 33............................ Building Maintenance............................ 151,989.91 34............................ Fair Fund .................................................39,103.45 41............................ Capital Expenditure............................ 1,425,113.28 42............................ Infrastructure......................................... 236,523.07 43............................ Arapahoe County Recr.......................... 104,443.65 44............................ Arap. County Water a................................... 250.00 70............................ Central Services.................................... 276,747.81 71............................ Self-Insurance Liabi................................. 17,834.41 72............................ Employee Flexible Be................................ 1,100.00 73............................ Self-Insurance Workers Comp................ 24,990.40 74............................ Self-Insurance Dental............................ 104,950.71 84............................ E-911 Authority...................................... 337,333.07 91............................ Treasurer............................................ 6,437,963.24 TOTAL............................................................................... 19,675,584.56 _______________________________________ PREPARED BY _______________________________________ APPROVED BY FUND REPORT - 10 General Fund 1ST CLASS TOWING........................ Services and Other........... 1,210.05 A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Capital Outlay................... 1,208.00 A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Services and Other........... 1,217.00 A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Supplies.......................... 22,207.27 AAPEX LEGAL SERVICES................ Services and Other................ 75.50 ABC LEGAL SERVICES INC............. MISC...................................... 45.00 ABEAM CONSULTING USA LTD....... Services and Other........... 8,580.00 ABELMAN LAW OFFICES................. MISC...................................... 40.00 ACADEMY ROOFING INC................. MISC.................................... 379.67 ACSO EMPLOYEE TRUST FUND..... MISC................................. 1,211.50 ADAMS COUNTY............................... Services and Other......... 16,000.00 AED EVERYWHERE.......................... Supplies............................... 823.50 AFFIRMA CONSULTING LLC............ Services and Other........... 2,840.00 ALAMEDA EAST VETERINARY HOSPITAL ........................................................... Supplies............................ 1,695.17 ALAN MCCLINTOCH......................... Services and Other........... 2,510.50 ALFREDO PORRAS.......................... Services and Other.............. 152.50 ALI MAHMOOD.................................. MISC...................................... 60.10 ALL STARR ROOFING...................... MISC...................................... 89.31 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ........................................................... Supplies............................... 102.19 ALLEGIANT RECEIVABLES SOLUTIONS ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........ Supplies............................... 383.50 ALLIANCE ELECTRIC....................... MISC.................................... 412.15 ALPINE CREDIT INC......................... MISC...................................... 30.00 ALTITUDE COMMUNITY LAW........... MISC.................................... 182.07 ALTITUDE COMMUNITY LAW PC..... MISC.................................... 166.45 AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FORENSIC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 165.00 AMERICAN TIRE DISTRIBUTORS INC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 333.56 AMERICAS SAP USERS GROUP..... Services and Other........... 1,825.00 AMI MARSELL................................... Services and Other.............. 353.28 AMY BOSSERMAN............................ Services and Other................ 58.00 ANGEL ARMOR LLC.......................... Supplies............................ 6,300.00 ANGELA STANTON........................... Services and Other................ 21.92 ANN BAERTLEIN............................... Services and Other.............. 165.00 ANTON ROMANOV........................... Services and Other................ 67.86 ANTONIA GALVEZ SALDANA........... Services and Other................ 79.86 AQUA SERVE.................................... Services and Other.............. 166.00 AQUA SERVE.................................... Supplies................................. 50.80 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX..... Services and Other......... 14,093.60 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX..... Supplies........................ 145,334.24 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 114.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ........................................................... Supplies............................... 170.28 ARAPAHOE COUNTY WATER &....... Services and Other........... 3,694.00 ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT...... Services and Other......... 11,362.50 ARAPAHOE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 14,961.67 ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ........................................................... Services and Other......... 62,983.43 ARIEL TAKENYA DOUMBOUYA........ MISC...................................... 15.00 ARLEEN LIDDELL.............................. Services and Other................ 60.00 ARROW ELECTRONICS INC............ Services and Other......... 58,857.50 ASCENDANT STRATEGY MANAGEMENT GROUP ........................................................... Supplies.......................... 36,000.00 ASHLEE JOHANNES ROSSER........ MISC...................................... 15.00 ASHLEY L GILBERT.......................... Services and Other.............. 209.00 AT&T................................................... Services and Other................ 57.94 AT&T MOBILITY II LLC...................... Services and Other.............. 196.40 AURORA COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY ........................................................... Services and Other......... 44,575.25 AURORA INTERCHURCH TASK FORCE ........................................................... Services and Other......... 12,500.00 AUSLYN GROUP INC........................ Services and Other........... 2,190.00 AUTOZONE STORES INC................. Supplies............................... 875.83 Anna Vetter......................................... Supplies............................... 375.00 BACKUPIFY INC................................ Services and Other........... 2,070.00 BAMBI SHROPHIRE.......................... Services and Other................ 29.93 BASELINE ASSOCIATES INC........... Services and Other........... 2,450.00 BATTERIES PLUS BULBS #81.......... Services and Other................ 49.90 BATTERIES PLUS BULBS #81.......... Supplies................................. 59.20 BATTERY SYSTEMS INC.................. Supplies............................... 159.58 BC SERVICES INC............................ MISC.................................... 352.00 BERNIE TUCHINSKI.......................... Services and Other.............. 234.00 BETH A KINSKY................................. Services and Other................ 40.00 BETSY C SHERMAN......................... Services and Other.............. 186.24 BILL L HOLEN.................................... Services and Other................ 29.00 BLANCHARD TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ........................................................... Services and Other......... 20,198.04 BLUE SKY SOLAR AND ROOFING... MISC...................................... 89.25 BLUEBEAM SOFTWARE INC........... Services and Other........... 3,525.00 BODIE ENGER LAW.......................... MISC...................................... 30.00 BOLDER ENERGY ENGINEERS LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 945.00 BRANDON WHISKER........................ Services and Other.............. 213.00 BRENDA SIMONS............................. Services and Other................ 10.39 BRENT O BARSLUND....................... Services and Other................ 67.10 BRETT D SEAY.................................. MISC...................................... 15.00 BRETT ROBSON............................... Services and Other................ 67.10 BRIAN BOSTWICK............................ Services and Other.............. 245.46 BRIAN BOSTWICK............................ Supplies................................. 26.52 BRIAN GILPATRICK........................... Services and Other.............. 110.46 BRIAN KNUDSEN.............................. Services and Other.............. 176.00 BRIAN RIEB....................................... Services and Other................ 21.13 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 233.96 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 646.80 BRIDGET GURULE/PETTY CASH.... Services and Other................ 77.45 BRIDGET GURULE/PETTY CASH.... Supplies................................. 61.44 BRINK’S INCORPORATED................ Services and Other........... 1,126.34 BRUCE WALKER............................... Services and Other.............. 335.50 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC...... Services and Other........... 6,019.86 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC...... Supplies............................ 1,100.88 BUTLER COUNTY KANSAS ATTORNEY ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 CABLEORGANIZER.COM LLC......... Services and Other........... 1,200.08 CABLEORGANIZER.COM LLC......... Supplies.......................... 11,980.49 CANON BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC ........................................................... Services and Other................ 60.23 CARL ANDERSON............................. Services and Other.............. 343.20 CAROL A WINTER............................. Services and Other................ 60.00

CAROL JEPPSEN.............................. Services and Other................ 63.22 CASTLE HILL TECHNOLOGIES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,000.00 CATHERINE RALEY.......................... Services and Other.............. 190.00 CATHLEEN VALENCIA...................... Services and Other................ 39.32 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Services and Other......... 13,591.10 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Supplies................................. 14.65 CEC SOLAR #1121 LLC.................... Services and Other......... 10,740.86 CEC SOLAR #1122 LLC.................... Services and Other......... 10,365.46 CEC SOLAR #1130 LLC.................... Services and Other........... 7,147.37 CELLEBRITE INC.............................. Services and Other........... 7,400.00 CENTENNIAL AIRPORT CTR OWNERS ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,189.67 CENTURYLINK.................................. Services and Other......... 30,410.72 CHANETTA MARIE EBONY PHILBERT ........................................................... Services and Other................ 41.85 CHARLES KELLEY............................ Services and Other.............. 583.75 CHARLES L BARNUM PC................. MISC...................................... 15.00 CHARLES V HASKINS...................... Services and Other................ 22.04 CHEROKEE TRAIL LLC..................... Services and Other.............. 900.00 CHERRY CREEK VALLEY................. Services and Other.............. 144.58 CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66....... Services and Other.............. 468.00 CHERYL KRAGE............................... Services and Other.............. 190.00 CHRIS BUFFUM................................ Services and Other................ 78.77 CHRIS GARNER................................ Services and Other.............. 114.00 CHRISTINE HUERTA......................... MISC...................................... 15.00 CHRISTINE M PERRY....................... Services and Other.............. 128.78 CHRISTOPHER OBERLE.................. MISC...................................... 15.00 CHRISTOPHER PURCELL................ Services and Other.............. 179.20 CINDY FORTUNATO......................... Services and Other................ 37.12 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER..... MISC...................................... 34.50 CITY OF AURORA............................. MISC................................. 2,244.00 CITY OF AURORA............................. Services and Other......... 10,677.67 CITY OF AURORA............................. Supplies.......................... 18,733.35 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD..................... Services and Other.............. 993.41 CITY OF SHERIDAN.......................... MISC.................................... 300.00 CITYWIDE ROOFING & EXTERIORS ........................................................... MISC.................................... 133.46 CIVICORE LLC.................................. Services and Other.............. 250.00 CLARION ASSOCIATES LLC............ Services and Other.............. 500.00 COBBLESTONE SYSTEMS CORP... Services and Other......... 11,997.14 COGMOTIVE LTD.............................. Services and Other........... 3,978.00 COLLECTION BUREAU OF KANSAS ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF 4-H YOUTH ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 250.00 COLORADO BUREAU INVESTIGATION ........................................................... MISC............................... 24,454.00 COLORADO CODE CONSULTING LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,250.00 COLORADO COUNTY AGENTS ASSOC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 135.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ........................................................... Supplies................................. 72.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... MISC................................. 1,684.76 COLORADO DOORWAYS................. Services and Other........... 1,012.40 COLORADO EXTENSION ASSOCIATION OF ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 165.00 COLORADO LEGAL SERVICES....... MISC...................................... 15.00 COLORADO NATURAL GAS INC...... Services and Other................ 98.48 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... Capital Outlay...................... 125.00 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,557.00 COLORADO OCCUPATIONAL MEDICAL ........................................................... Services and Other........... 6,650.00 COLORADO REGIONAL HEALTH INFO ........................................................... Supplies............................... 350.00 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY.... Services and Other.............. 525.00 COLORADO TIRE RECYCLING LLC.Supplies............................... 395.25 COLORADO WEED MGMT ASSOC.. Supplies............................... 590.00 COMBAT LOGISTICS BATTALION 453 ........................................................... Services and Other................ 90.00 COMITIS CRISIS CENTER................ Services and Other......... 17,000.00 CONTACT WIRELESS....................... Services and Other................ 56.50 CONTINENTAL COLLECTION AGENCY LTD ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 CORE CONTRACTORS.................... MISC.................................... 168.15 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC. Services and Other....... 427,752.96 COVERTTRACK GROUP INC........... Supplies................................. 88.00 CREDIT SERVICE COMPANY INC... MISC...................................... 30.00 CYNTHIA R MCNAIR......................... Services and Other.............. 846.25 CYNTHIA R MCNAIR......................... Supplies............................... 891.75 D & D TIRE SERVICE INC................. Supplies............................... 265.93 DANIEL DONOHUE........................... Services and Other.............. 105.56 DANIEL KIM....................................... Services and Other.............. 237.96 DAVID BESSEN................................. Services and Other.............. 295.52 DAVID KELSO.................................... Services and Other.............. 195.20 DAVID THOMPSON........................... Services and Other.............. 244.00 DEANNE BENDER............................. Supplies................................. 80.00 DEBBIE MCCARTY............................ Services and Other.............. 225.70 DEFENSE RESEARCH INSTITUTE.. Services and Other.............. 160.00 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Capital Outlay................... 9,150.00 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Services and Other......... 13,260.99 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION.. Supplies............................ 2,764.00 DELUXE............................................. Supplies................................. 31.34 DENISE HOLTER............................... Services and Other................ 16.01 DENVER CO DHS - CSED................ MISC...................................... 25.00 DENVER WATER............................... Services and Other........... 5,683.49 DIEXSYS LLC.................................... Services and Other........... 2,345.24 DLT SOLUTIONS LLC........................ Services and Other........... 8,337.60 DMK PROPERTIES LLC.................... MISC...................................... 69.10 DOMINICK CISSON........................... Services and Other................ 77.14 DONALD (MCCRAE) MACLENNAN.. Supplies................................. 75.00 DONALD H JONES SR PA................. MISC...................................... 15.00 DONALD KLEMME............................ Services and Other................ 73.89 DORA TERRZAZSDE OCHOA......... MISC...................................... 15.00 DS WATERS OF AMERICA INC........ Supplies................................. 15.74 DTA DISTRIBUTING LLC................... Supplies............................ 9,499.90 DUNBAR ARMORED INC.................. Supplies............................... 226.52 DUSTY SASH..................................... Services and Other................ 68.38 DYLAN PIERCE................................. Services and Other.............. 121.80 Daniel S Nesbett................................ Services and Other................ 80.00 E470 PUBLIC HIGH WAY AUTHORITY ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 220.05 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................ Capital Outlay................. 19,700.00 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................ Services and Other.............. 975.45 ELECTRONICS FOR IMAGING......... Services and Other........... 1,049.64 ELIZABETH L SEYMOUR.................. MISC...................................... 15.00 ELOISA ALTAMIRA............................. Services and Other................ 33.41 EMILY SPADA.................................... Services and Other................ 38.28 EP BLAZER LLC................................ Supplies............................... 485.46 EPSILON SIGMA PHI ZETA CHAPTER ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 123.00 ERGOMETRICS & APPLIED PERSONNEL ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 505.69 ERIC A GREENE................................ Services and Other.............. 144.02 ERICK EDUARDO HERNANDEZ...... MISC...................................... 15.00 ERIN L POWERS............................... Services and Other.............. 364.80 EVA LOUISE FOSTER....................... Services and Other.............. 108.00 EVELYN LOVERDI-CRUZ.................. MISC...................................... 57.60 EXPRESS TOLL................................. Services and Other.............. 195.71 EXTRA PACKAGING LLC.................. Supplies............................ 1,288.34 EZ MESSENGER............................... MISC...................................... 75.00 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS................ Supplies............................ 1,555.64 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY......... MISC................................. 9,096.20 FAMILY TREE INC............................. Services and Other........... 8,333.33 FEDERAL EXPRESS CORPORATION ........................................................... Supplies............................... 262.26 FEDEX................................................ Supplies................................. 16.67 FLEET FUELING................................ MISC............................... 37,662.42 FOP LODGE 31.................................. MISC............................... 19,287.50 FORENSIC TRUTH VERIFICATION GROUP ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,660.00 FRANCY LAW FIRM PLLC................ MISC...................................... 45.00 FRANK GOMEZ................................. Services and Other................ 70.20 FRANK J BALL................................... MISC...................................... 60.00 G4S SECURE SOLUTIONS (USA) INC ........................................................... Services and Other....... 103,742.40 GATEWAY BATTERED WOMENS SHELTER ........................................................... Services and Other......... 28,750.00 GC SERVICES LP.............................. MISC.................................... 523.36

GENESIS ONE THREE LLC.............. MISC.................................... 325.25 GERALD H PHIPPS INC.................... Services and Other........... 8,708.15 GERARDO M ALVARENGA RIVERA.Services and Other................ 41.76 GINGER DELGADO........................... Services and Other................ 88.27 GIRSH & ROTTMAN PC.................... MISC...................................... 15.00 GJKG INC........................................... Services and Other.............. 100.00 GLADE VOOGT LOPEZ SMITH PC.. MISC...................................... 15.00 GLOBAL MOBILE LLC....................... Services and Other........... 1,000.00 GONZALES CUSTOM PAINTING INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 315.60 GRAINGER........................................ Services and Other.............. 545.34 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................ 1,541.93 GRAYBAR ELECTRIC COMPANY.... Services and Other.............. 418.27 GROUNDS SERVICE COMPANY..... Services and Other........... 2,417.50 HARRY L SIMON PC......................... MISC...................................... 15.00 HEALTHONE CARENOW URGENT CARE LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 248.00 HERSHEY DECKER PLLC................ Services and Other........... 1,232.50 HIGHLANDS RANCH LAW ENFORCEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other....... 109,729.00 HILAIRE BROCKMEYER................... Services and Other.............. 258.93 HILL ENTERPRISES INC.................. Services and Other.............. 220.92 HOLLY HOOVER............................... Services and Other................ 84.63 HOLST BOETTCHER & TEHRANI LLP ........................................................... MISC...................................... 28.50 HOME DEPOT USA........................... MISC...................................... 77.99 HOME DEPOT USA INC.................... MISC................................. 8,959.36 HOME DEPOT USA INC.................... Supplies............................... (22.85) HORIZON LAWN & TREE CARE INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,674.00 HOWARD MARK BUCHALER........... Services and Other................ 45.00 HUGH MACMILLAN........................... Services and Other.............. 178.46 I-70 PUBLISHING COMPANY INC.... Services and Other.............. 208.00 I-70 PUBLISHING COMPANY INC.... Supplies................................. 44.00 IMPACT DESIGN LLC........................ Supplies............................... 446.06 INSIGHT AUTO GLASS..................... Services and Other........... 1,104.82 INSIGHT GLOBAL.............................. Services and Other........... 1,520.00 INSIGHT GLOBAL LLC...................... Services and Other........... 1,216.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Capital Outlay................... 1,079.60 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Services and Other......... 50,090.67 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Supplies............................ 1,010.42 INTERGROUP INC............................ Services and Other................ 60.00 INTERNATIONAL CITY MANAGEMENT ........................................................... MISC............................. 316,685.35 IRON MOUNTAIN RECORDS............ Services and Other.............. 831.35 ISAAC LEWIS.................................... Services and Other.............. 234.00 ITXCHANGE FINANCIAL SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 6,461.00 Intermountain Lock & Supply Co........ Services and Other.............. 358.38 J & K ROOFING................................. MISC.................................... 827.60 JACOB EDELBLUTE......................... MISC.................................... 181.51 JACQUELINE NGUYEN..................... Services and Other.............. 142.00 JAHSANA MALUHIALANI BANKS..... Services and Other.............. 349.56 JAMES CONYERS............................. Services and Other................ 34.39 JAMES G ANDERSON PC................ MISC...................................... 30.00 JAMIE B WOLLMAN.......................... Services and Other.............. 100.00 JAMIE WRIGHT................................. Services and Other.............. 335.50 JANE F RIECK................................... Services and Other.............. 105.00 JANET MUSE..................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 JARED ROWLISON........................... Services and Other.............. 342.00 JASON M FREDRICKSON................ Services and Other.............. 262.30 JASON PRESLEY.............................. Services and Other.............. 262.30 JAY ALBERT BUERGER III................ MISC...................................... 15.00 JAYNE LEE........................................ MISC...................................... 25.00 JEAN WALTON.................................. Services and Other................ 98.28 JEFF BAKER...................................... Services and Other................ 53.20 JEFF HIMES....................................... Services and Other.............. 274.50 JENNIFER VANSYOC........................ Services and Other.............. 219.60 JENNIPHER ALEXANDER................ MISC.................................... 350.76 JEREMY ALAN VOSS........................ MISC...................................... 15.00 JEREMY NESVOLD........................... Services and Other.............. 384.30 JESSE L CORDOVA.......................... Services and Other.............. 234.00 JESSE T KEUHLEN........................... Services and Other.............. 222.69 JESSICA A MESS.............................. MISC...................................... 25.00 JESSICA A SAVKO............................. Services and Other................ 60.50 JOHN SVECHOVSKY........................ Services and Other.............. 188.00 JOLEEN SANCHEZ........................... Services and Other................ 28.88 JON RAJEWICH................................. Services and Other.............. 281.26 JONATHAN OLP................................ Services and Other.............. 108.00 JOSEY PUKROP................................ Services and Other................ 64.00 JOSHUA SPRING.............................. Services and Other.............. 109.21 JOSHUA THOMPSON....................... Supplies............................... 200.00 JOYCE QUINTANA............................ MISC...................................... 15.00 JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NA........ MISC............................. 199,581.69 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A........ Services and Other....... 414,450.47 Jackson Seibert.................................. Supplies................................. 75.00 K&H INTEGRATED PRINT SOLUTIONS ........................................................... Services and Other......... 61,937.04 K&H INTEGRATED PRINT SOLUTIONS ........................................................... Supplies.......................... 15,930.82 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................. 792,147.06 KANSAS DEPT FOR CHILDREN & FAMILIE ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 KARE PRODUCTS INC..................... Supplies............................... 681.00 KAREN L HART.................................. Services and Other.............. 173.65 KARL HERRMANN............................ Services and Other.............. 218.30 KATHLEEN G HAMMER.................... Services and Other.............. 410.24 KATHRYN LATSIS............................. Services and Other.............. 100.00 KEITH FUCHSER............................... Services and Other.............. 283.80 KELLY ADKINS.................................. Services and Other................ 59.16 KELLY LEAR MD................................ Services and Other.............. 198.00 KELLY TECH LTD.............................. Services and Other.............. 249.00 KELSEA DOMBROVSKI.................... Services and Other................ 71.34 KENDALL HICKS............................... Services and Other.............. 310.50 KEVIN KAY......................................... Services and Other.............. 259.79 KEVIN KEMP...................................... Services and Other................ 65.54 KHALED NACEUR............................. MISC...................................... 15.00 KIM VERDOORN............................... Services and Other................ 45.18 KIM WILLIAMS................................... Services and Other.............. 275.60 KIRK BOUTON................................... Services and Other.............. 189.10 KIRSTEN SPRINGER........................ Services and Other................ 36.00 KIRSTEN SPRINGER........................ Supplies................................. 13.16 KORN FERRY HAY GROUP INC....... Services and Other......... 10,341.66 KRISTINE ANN GRAZIUL.................. Supplies............................... 200.00 Katelyn Robinson............................... Supplies............................... 150.00 Keiley Morris....................................... Supplies............................... 125.00 LACY D STOVNER............................ Services and Other................ 40.00 LACY D STOVNER............................ Supplies................................. 13.10 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES........... Services and Other.............. 188.03 LARRY MERFELD............................. MISC...................................... 56.60 LASER TECHNOLOGY INC.............. Services and Other.............. 725.00 LASERFAB INC.................................. Services and Other.............. 715.28 LASERFAB INC.................................. Supplies............................ 9,085.00 LAURA MAZUR.................................. Services and Other.............. 282.14 LAUREN THOMAS............................. Services and Other.............. 123.89 LAURIE HALABA............................... Services and Other.............. 402.80 LAW OFFICE OF JUDITH E SMITH.. MISC...................................... 15.00 LAW OFFICE OF NELSON & KENNARD ........................................................... MISC...................................... 14.00 LAW OFFICE OF SUSAN H DEFREITAS PC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 LAW OFFICE OF WYN T TAYLOR.... MISC...................................... 15.00 LAW OFFICES OF BRANDON R CEGLIAN PC ........................................................... MISC.................................... 886.40 LCC ENTERPRISES LLC.................. Supplies................................... 5.69 LE ARGUELLO................................... MISC.................................... 365.52 LEAH BRUNELL................................. MISC...................................... 15.00 LEANNA QUINT................................. Services and Other................ 60.50 LEON SCHLABACH........................... Services and Other.............. 332.79 LESLIE MYERS................................. Services and Other.............. 278.40 LEXIS NEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,300.55 LEXIS NEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Supplies............................... 300.00 LIFT SOLUTIONS INC....................... Supplies............................... 225.16 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING ........................................................... Services and Other......... 10,661.68 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING

— Continued to next page —


November 14, 2019 THE VILLAGER | PAGE 21

LEGALS —Continued from previous page— ........................................................... Supplies............................ 1,367.95 LIMU LLC........................................... Services and Other........... 3,108.00 LINDSAY SKOUMAL.......................... MISC...................................... 15.00 LINEBARGER GOGGAN BLAIR &.... MISC...................................... 15.00 LINKS UNLIMITED INC...................... Supplies............................ 8,600.00 LISA STAIRS...................................... Services and Other.............. 330.78 LISA VANDERHEYDEN..................... Services and Other.............. 254.80 LITTLETON LARGE ANIMAL CLINIC.Services and Other........... 3,094.50 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.. Supplies............................... 662.74 LUCAS GREEN.................................. Services and Other................ 37.41 LUCINDA GREENE............................ Services and Other.............. 103.88 MACHOL & JOHANNES.................... MISC................................. 1,707.98 MAHASKA COUNTY ATTORNEY...... MISC...................................... 53.45 MANISHA SINGH............................... Services and Other.............. 173.20 MARK A LEACHMAN PC................... MISC.................................... 171.50 MARK ANDY INC............................... Services and Other........... 1,997.66 MARK EDSON................................... Services and Other.............. 225.70 MARK HARKLEROAD....................... Services and Other.............. 131.84 MARTIN BROTZMAN......................... MISC...................................... 30.00 MARY VANDEROEF.......................... Services and Other.............. 290.30 MATHESON TRIGAS INC.................. Supplies................................. 70.46 MATTHEW BENDER & COMPANY INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,210.00 MATTHEW HERBERT JACKSON..... Services and Other.............. 304.00 MEDICAL CENTER OF AURORA...... Supplies............................... 200.00 MEGAN ELIZABETH QUINN............. Services and Other........... 2,500.00 MEGAN ELIZABETH QUINN............. Supplies............................ 5,000.00 MERRI ANN STANDERFER.............. Services and Other................ 33.76 MERRICK SHANER BERNSTEIN LLC ........................................................... MISC.................................... 155.50 METRO COMMUNITY PROVIDER NETWORK ........................................................... Services and Other......... 12,119.75 MICHAEL AXINN................................ Services and Other................ 66.70 MICHAEL BORDERS......................... Supplies............................... 199.20 MICHAEL J HUBBARD...................... Services and Other.............. 201.30 MICHAEL MANSON........................... Services and Other.............. 206.07 MICHELLE CLARE............................ Services and Other.............. 197.61 MICROSOFT CORPORATION.......... Services and Other......... 49,464.00 MIDLAND FUNDING LLC.................. MISC.................................... 800.10 MIGUEL’S CONSTRUCTION............. MISC...................................... 15.00 MILIND VIBHANDIK........................... Services and Other................ 38.28 MILLER COHEN PETERSON YOUNG PC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 45.00 MOELLER GRAF, P.C........................ MISC.................................... 179.98 MOTOROLA SOLUTIONS................. Services and Other........... 8,862.27 MOUNTAIN STATES IMAGING LLC.. Services and Other........... 4,518.00 MULTICARD INC................................ Supplies............................... 915.07 NAPA AUTO PARTS........................... Supplies............................ 1,710.97 NATALIE BAZAREVITSCH................ Services and Other.............. 132.70 NATHEN TREUSCH........................... Services and Other................ 33.52 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF........... Services and Other.............. 908.00 NATIONAL MEDICAL SERVICES INC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 196.00 NATIONWIDE AUTO PARTS............. Supplies............................... 183.91 NAVIGATE WELLNESS LLC.............. Services and Other......... 50,025.00 NELSON & KENNARD....................... MISC...................................... 71.00 NETWORK CLAIMS REDUCTION TECH LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 750.00 NEWBROUGH LAW FIRM LLP......... MISC...................................... 15.00 NICHOLAS PEGG.............................. Services and Other................ 27.55 NTHERM LLC..................................... Services and Other........... 1,296.35 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 119.00 OLGA FUJAROS................................ Services and Other................ 52.03 OLIVIA AVALOS................................. MISC...................................... 75.00 OLIVIA ISABEL QUINONES.............. Services and Other................ 15.54 PARK COUNTY EXTENSION............ Services and Other................ 36.00 PATRICK HERNANDEZ..................... Supplies................................. 10.99 PATTON & DAVISON LLC.................. MISC.................................... 101.60 PAYLOGIX LLC.................................. MISC............................... 38,642.43 PDM STEEL SERVICE CENTERS INC........................................................... Supplies............................... 801.34 PETERSEN LEYBAS RUBBER STAMP ........................................................... Supplies............................... 106.80 PIRTEK NORTH VALLEY................... Services and Other.............. 198.58 PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,889.47 PITNEY BOWES INC......................... Services and Other.............. 762.66 POLICE EXECUTIVE RESEARCH FORUM ........................................................... Services and Other........... 9,700.00 POLLY ANNA ROBSON..................... MISC...................................... 15.00 POSTMASTER LITTLETON.............. Supplies.......................... 40,000.00 POTESTIO BROTHERS.................... Supplies............................... 209.53 POWERDETAILS LLC........................ Services and Other.............. 483.75 POWERDMS, INC.............................. Services and Other........... 1,150.00 PREMIER FACILITY CONSTRUCTORS, LLC ........................................................... Capital Outlay...................... 681.00 PROFESSIONAL FINANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 PROFORCE LAW ENFORCEMENT.. Supplies.......................... 11,556.30 PROTECTION ONE........................... Services and Other................ 71.25 PROVEST LLC................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 PUEBLO COUNTY COLORADO....... Services and Other.............. 110.00 PURPLE LANGUAGE SERVICES CO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 144.00 QUALITY CONSTRUCTION.............. MISC.................................... 168.11 QUICKSILVER EXPRESS COURIER ........................................................... Supplies............................... 111.43 RACHEL M CALDWELL..................... Services and Other.............. 170.11 RACHELLE MILLER.......................... Services and Other.............. 110.78 RAMSES FLEYOT............................. MISC...................................... 15.00 RANDSTAD TECHNOLOGIES.......... Services and Other......... 11,280.00 RAYMOND T RUPEL......................... MISC...................................... 30.00 RC PRECISION INSTALLATIONS INC ........................................................... Capital Outlay................... 3,315.00 RC PRECISION INSTALLATIONS INC ........................................................... Supplies............................ 4,715.00 RED WING BUSINESS ADVANTAGE ACCOUNT ........................................................... Supplies............................... 169.99 RENEE STINE................................... MISC.................................... 434.02 REPUBLIC NATIONAL DISTRIBUTING ........................................................... Services and Other........... 9,133.99 RICHARD D WILLIAMS..................... Services and Other.............. 543.75 RICHARD T SALL.............................. Services and Other.............. 100.00 RIVA R CORDOVA............................. MISC.................................... 384.38 ROBERT BUMET............................... MISC...................................... 94.25 ROBERT DECKER............................. Services and Other................ 60.32 ROBERT F STEF............................... Services and Other.............. 190.00 ROBERT K GREEN........................... Services and Other.............. 186.99 ROBINSON & HENRY PC................. MISC...................................... 69.10 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,345.95 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Supplies............................... 138.80 ROCKY MOUNTAIN MARINES......... Services and Other................ 45.00 RODNEY O BROCKELMAN.............. Services and Other.............. 100.00 ROMBERG AND ASSOCIATES......... Services and Other......... 13,670.34 RONALD A LOMBARDO.................... Services and Other................ 40.00 RONDA MCGUINNIS......................... Services and Other................ 14.50 ROSA CORPORATION...................... Services and Other.............. 328.00 RYDERS PUBLIC SAFETY LLC........ Supplies............................ 7,876.20 SACCO LAW FIRM LLC..................... MISC...................................... 15.00 SAMANTHA BAYNES........................ Services and Other.............. 348.11 SARAH HUERTA................................ Services and Other................ 27.72 SCOTT CLARK.................................. Services and Other................ 63.22 SCOTT SHAW.................................... Services and Other................ 61.94 SEAN GRAVIER................................. MISC...................................... 15.00 SEDDON KEYTER............................. Services and Other.............. 189.10 SEYE S DARAMOLA......................... MISC...................................... 15.00 SHANNON LOFLAND........................ Services and Other................ 97.60 SHARI LYN YEAGER......................... Services and Other................ 66.00 SHARI LYN YEAGER......................... Supplies................................. 13.43 SHAUNTELL A WARREN................... Services and Other................ 28.74 SHAYLEN FLOREZ............................ Services and Other................ 15.95 SHRED-IT USA LLC........................... Services and Other.............. 581.75 SIMON BROS ROOFING................... MISC.................................... 501.84 SOUTHLAND MEDICAL LLC............. Supplies............................... 123.40 SPOK INC.......................................... Services and Other.............. 338.90 SPRINGMAN BRADEN WILSON....... MISC................................. 1,017.50 SPRINT SOLUTIONS INC................. Services and Other.............. 388.80 STACEY KAHL................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC............................... 60,617.48 STANLEY CONSULTANTS INC......... Services and Other........... 1,574.06 STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT.......... MISC.................................... 580.38 STATE OF COLORADO..................... Services and Other.............. 144.31 STATE OF COLORADO..................... Supplies............................... 482.45 STATEWIDE INTERNET PORTAL AUTHORITY

........................................................... Services and Other........... 7,393.28 STEFANIE ROBERTS........................ MISC...................................... 15.00 STEPHANIE M GROSSMAN-HINKEDIKER ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 291.29 STEPHEN O’ROAKE......................... MISC...................................... 10.00 STEPHEN P SHOLLER..................... Services and Other................ 40.00 STERICYCLE INC.............................. Supplies............................ 1,325.38 STEVENS REPORTING SERVICE.... Services and Other.............. 517.50 SUMMIT VIEW SOLUTIONS............. Services and Other.............. 186.00 SUSAN R SANDSTROM.................... Services and Other.............. 155.61 SWEETBAUM SANDS ANDERSON PC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 50.00 TARAMART & GAS INC..................... Services and Other................ 54.00 TAYLOR COUNTY COURTHOUSE... MISC...................................... 15.00 TAYLOR MCKINNEY.......................... Services and Other.............. 147.08 TEDARLA PROPERTIES................... MISC...................................... 60.10 TELVENT DTN INC............................ Services and Other........... 2,544.00 TERESA MARLOWE.......................... Services and Other................ 71.42 TERESA MARLOWE.......................... Supplies................................. 78.94 THE INTERMOUNTAIN RURAL ELECTRIC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 6,612.47 THE JOB STORE............................... Services and Other......... 14,090.20 THE KEYSTONE CENTER................ Services and Other........... 5,888.00 THE LLORENS LAW GROUP............ MISC...................................... 15.00 THE MCCALLA LAW FIRM LLC........ MISC...................................... 15.00 THE PINES AT GENESEE INC.......... Supplies............................ 4,290.00 THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.......... Supplies............................ 1,091.01 THERESA ANNE RUSSO.................. Supplies............................ 2,752.00 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Services and Other........... 7,555.31 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Supplies............................... 324.00 TIM HANSON..................................... Services and Other.............. 111.36 TIM YANT........................................... Services and Other.............. 105.00 TIMBER DESIGNS............................. MISC.................................... 235.73 TOBEY & JOHNSTON PC................. MISC.................................... 195.12 TODD COMPANIES INC.................... Services and Other.............. 700.00 TODD WEAVER................................. Services and Other.............. 466.86 TOMASZ TOMCZYK.......................... MISC...................................... 15.00 TOP HAT FILE & SERVE INC............ MISC...................................... 15.00 TOP HAT FILE AND SERVE INC....... MISC...................................... 30.00 TORQUE TOOLS INC........................ Services and Other.............. 300.62 TOWN OF DEER TRAIL..................... Services and Other................ 60.57 TRACY RYBA..................................... Services and Other................ 14.96 TRANS UNION................................... Services and Other.............. 200.77 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Community Programs..... 32,359.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Services and Other....... 379,770.50 TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS.... Services and Other......... 79,620.10 TRUDI PEEPGRASS......................... Services and Other.............. 349.24 TRUE NORTH INVESTIGATIONS..... MISC........................................ 7.50 TSCHETTER HAMRICK SULZER PC ........................................................... MISC............................... 11,816.50 TYLER BROWN................................. Services and Other.............. 231.45 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.......... Services and Other........... 2,604.00 U.S. COURTS-PACER....................... Services and Other.............. 842.00 UE COMPRESSION HOLDINGS LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 640.18 UNIVERSAL INFORMATION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 536.90 UNIVERSAL TRACTOR CO............... Supplies................................. 90.61 USC INTERNAL MERGER CO LLC.. Services and Other......... 19,104.90 UTILITY NOTIFICATION CENTER OF ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 126.38 VARGO & JANSON PC...................... MISC...................................... 15.00 VERITIV OPERATING COMPANY..... Supplies............................ 2,778.15 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other......... 55,688.27 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Supplies............................... 539.97 VICTOR BLATZER............................. Services and Other.............. 119.02 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP.... Services and Other........... 1,366.17 VINCI LAW OFFICE LLC................... MISC...................................... 15.00 VISION CHEMICAL SYSTEMS INC.. Supplies............................... 294.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC................................. 9,480.58 VISTA FD LLC.................................... Supplies............................... 940.74 VLADIMIR SPYRIN............................ MISC...................................... 15.00 WAKEFIELD & ASSOCIATES INC..... MISC...................................... 30.00 WAKEFIELD AND ASSOCIATES INC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 70.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF DENVER ........................................................... Services and Other........... 7,124.00 WAXIES ENTERPRISES INC............ MISC................................. 1,079.70 WELLS FARGO MERCHANT SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,048.75 WENDY M FERNALD........................ Services and Other.............. 219.60 WENDY WELLS................................. Services and Other.............. 270.79 WES KIRKLAND ATTORNEY AT LAW LLC ........................................................... MISC...................................... 15.00 WHOLE FAMILY LEGAL LLC............. MISC...................................... 25.00 WILLIAM D EMERSON...................... Services and Other................ 69.02 WILLIAM J FELDMAN........................ MISC...................................... 15.00 WILLIAM T WATTS............................ Services and Other.............. 178.20 WILSON & ASSOCIATES LLC........... Services and Other........... 1,890.50 WINZENBURG LEFF PURVIS & PAYNE ........................................................... MISC...................................... 28.00 WINZENBURG LEFF PURVIS & PAYNE LLP ........................................................... MISC.................................... 207.42 WIRENUT........................................... MISC.................................... 168.12 WL CONTRACTORS INC.................. Services and Other........... 4,476.56 WRITER MOTT.................................. Services and Other.............. 294.27 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other....... 195,546.49 XEROX CORPORATION................... Services and Other......... 29,381.50 FUND REPORT - 11 Social Services CHELSEY CHRISTIANSON.............. Services and Other.............. 284.31 4009 PENN LLC................................. Community Programs....... 1,430.00 A BETTER PLACE FUNERAL & CREMATION ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,000.00 A LOVING HAND ASSISTED LIVING INC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,039.31 ABIGAIL RAMSAUER........................ Services and Other.............. 499.23 ACE EXECUTIVE SERVICES LLC.... Services and Other................ 52.00 ADAMS COUNTY............................... MISC................................. 2,075.44 ADAMS COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ........................................................... Services and Other................ 39.00 ADRIANA MENDOZA......................... Services and Other................ 14.38 ADRIANE HACKETT.......................... Services and Other.............. 132.48 ADVANTAGE AURORA CHASE MORT. ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,000.00 AGUSTIN HORBLIT........................... Services and Other.............. 184.94 ALENA VANBRUNT........................... Services and Other................ 22.68 ALICIA HEWITT.................................. Services and Other.............. 139.03 ALISHA CATALAN.............................. MISC...................................... 10.00 ALL STATES CREMATION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 3,000.00 ALLICIA HALEY.................................. Services and Other.............. 225.91 ALTITUDE COMMUNITY LAW PC..... MISC.................................... 896.76 ALYSIA LANGELIERS........................ Services and Other................ 36.83 ALYSSA BERGE................................ Services and Other................ 20.88 AMANDA MCKEY............................... Services and Other.............. 261.19 AMBER R GUTIERREZ..................... Services and Other................ 40.48 AMERICAN BIOIDENTITY INC.......... Services and Other................ 99.00 AMY NICKERSON............................. Services and Other.............. 383.15 ANA LARA.......................................... Services and Other.................. 9.40 ANDREA COLLINS DBA INVEST NUTRITION ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 250.00 ANDREW ACREE.............................. Services and Other.............. 127.77 ANGELA GUERUE............................. Services and Other................ 25.52 ANGELA LYTLE................................. Services and Other.............. 345.16 ANGELICA PETTAWAY...................... Services and Other................ 12.88 ANGELICA ROS................................. Services and Other.............. 290.70 ANIKA R JOHNSON........................... Services and Other.............. 136.71 ANNETTE MYRICK............................ Services and Other.............. 401.04 APRIL SEE......................................... Services and Other.............. 147.20 ARAPAHOE COUNTY DISTRICT COURT ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 671.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY EARLY CHILDHOOD ........................................................... Community Programs..... 11,838.70 ARAPAHOE COUNTY EARLY CHILDHOOD ........................................................... Services and Other......... 27,676.11 ARAPAHOE/DOUGLAS WORKS....... Community Programs... 270,362.49 AREPAS HOUSE LLC........................ Community Programs....... 1,558.00 ARETHA MOORE.............................. MISC.................................... 138.97 ARK LA TEX PROCESS SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 175.00 ASHLEY FRANKEL............................ Services and Other................ 83.35 ASHLEY SCHWIEGER...................... Services and Other................ 28.59 ASHLEY WUNDERLE........................ Services and Other................ 47.39 ASPENWOOD ASSOCIATES LLC..... Community Programs.......... 700.00 AVALONBAY COMMUNITIES INC..... Community Programs.......... 600.00 AZLS MANAGEMENT LLC................ Services and Other................ 95.00

B I INCORPORATED......................... Services and Other......... 16,664.00 BACKGROUND INFORMATION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,213.47 BAILEY MCGUINNESS...................... Services and Other.............. 293.59 BARBARA TRUJILLO......................... Community Programs....... 2,050.00 BAYAUD ENTERPRISES INC............ Services and Other.............. 360.00 BODIE ENGER LAW TRUST ACCOUNT ........................................................... MISC.................................... 597.75 BRENDA ARMOUR............................ Services and Other.............. 130.27 BRENDA E NAVA............................... Services and Other.................. 8.24 BRIANNE PAZ.................................... Services and Other.............. 268.54 BRIDGE WF CO ARTISAN LLC......... Community Programs....... 1,650.00 BRITANY S FEATHERS..................... Services and Other.............. 244.07 BRITTANI CHOATE........................... Services and Other.............. 300.85 BRITTANY GALLANT......................... Services and Other.............. 163.85 BRITTANY HOOSER......................... Services and Other.............. 234.38 BRITTANY SIEVERS......................... Services and Other.............. 108.46 CAITLIN SANDEN.............................. Services and Other.............. 731.50 CALEY J JACO.................................. Services and Other................ 13.28 CARALYN HOFER............................. Services and Other................ 34.74 CAROL MORALES............................. Community Programs.......... 168.13 CAROL MORALES............................. Services and Other.............. 299.51 CARRIE BALOW................................ Services and Other.............. 318.74 CARRIE REED................................... MISC........................................ 5.00 CARRISHA NEWTON........................ Community Programs............ 51.41 CARRISHA NEWTON........................ Services and Other.............. 628.49 CASSANDRA AGUILAR..................... Services and Other.............. 353.05 CATHERINE CHAING........................ Services and Other................ 36.95 CATHERINE TRUNFIO...................... Services and Other.............. 206.40 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Supplies............................... 248.42 CECILIA MORALES........................... Services and Other................ 13.92 CELESTE ROYBAL............................ Services and Other.............. 136.80 CENTER FOR POLICY RESEARCH ........................................................... Services and Other......... 31,500.00 CENTER FOR WORK EDUCATION AND ........................................................... Community Programs... 122,321.24 CESCO LINGUISTIC SERVICES INC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 4,411.48 CHAD C CERINICH........................... Services and Other.............. 990.00 CHELSEA SWEENEY........................ Services and Other.............. 530.91 CHELSEY HANSON.......................... Services and Other................ 98.66 CHERRY CREEK SCHOOL DISTRICT #5 ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 400.00 CHERYL EVANS................................ Services and Other.............. 238.50 CHRISTEN MASON........................... Services and Other.............. 316.07 CHRISTINE YAEKLE......................... Services and Other.............. 124.41 CHRISTOPHER PIEPER................... Services and Other................ 17.98 CITY OF AURORA............................. MISC...................................... 12.00 CITY SCAPE REAL ESTATE LLC...... Community Programs.......... 250.00 CLEAR CREEK COUNTY.................. Services and Other................ 15.00 COLLEEN HAYES.............................. Services and Other................ 35.38 COLORADO BUREAU INVESTIGATION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,738.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... MISC...................................... 80.76 COLORADO STATE ARCHIVES........ Services and Other................ 80.00 COMITIS CRISIS CENTER................ Community Programs..... 17,640.00 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 192.00 COMPASS GROUP USA, INC........... Community Programs............ 50.00 COMSTOCK CONSULTING SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 8,838.82 CONTACT WIRELESS....................... Services and Other........... 1,552.62 CORPORATE TRANSLATION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,826.33 COURTNEY A EDWARDS................. Services and Other.............. 248.50 CROWLEY COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ........................................................... Services and Other................ 74.00 CRYSTAL N CROWELL..................... Services and Other.............. 118.90 CS ADVOCARE INC.......................... Community Programs....... 1,734.15 CYNTHIA MARTINEZ-VAZQUEZ....... Services and Other................ 28.07 DALE NUSBAUM............................... Services and Other.............. 136.80 DANIELLE CLARK-JACKSON........... Services and Other.............. 226.55 DANIELLE NEWMAN......................... Services and Other................ 81.78 DANIELLE WAAGMEESTER............. Services and Other................ 62.35 DARCI RODECAP.............................. Services and Other.............. 140.59 DAVELY AYALA.................................. Services and Other................ 19.72 DAWN GOODMAN............................. Services and Other.............. 107.59 DAWN STOUDT................................. Services and Other.............. 208.28 DAWNA ROBERTS............................ Services and Other.............. 155.36 DEANDRA HERRERA........................ Services and Other.............. 136.80 DEANNA STEPANIUK........................ Services and Other.............. 310.47 DEBORAH BATTS............................. Services and Other................ 36.89 DEBORAH M BOWERS..................... Services and Other................ 24.77 DEBRA WALZ.................................... Services and Other.............. 292.73 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION ........................................................... Supplies............................ 1,824.00 DELMY ACOSTA................................ Services and Other................ 98.02 DENICE CHAVEZ............................... Services and Other.................. 7.42 DENISE ROBINSON.......................... Services and Other.............. 109.44 DENVER DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES ........................................................... MISC............................... 23,329.95 DENVER HOME ACCESS................. Community Programs.......... 700.00 DENVER SHERIFF DEPARTMENT... Services and Other.............. 144.60 DEREK RUDER................................. Services and Other................ 29.64 DONOVAN WEBB.............................. Services and Other.................. 8.41 DORIS CORADO............................... Services and Other.................. 6.26 DOUGLAS FESSENDEN................... Services and Other................ 43.67 ELEVATION CHRISTIAN CHURCH... Services and Other........... 1,600.06 ELI W JORDAN.................................. Services and Other................ 37.41 ELIZA GRANAHAN-FIELD................. Services and Other.............. 130.50 ELIZABETH A NELSON..................... Services and Other.............. 204.43 ELIZABETH AZNAR........................... Services and Other.............. 495.01 ELIZABETH GUZMAN....................... Services and Other................ 50.69 EMBARK COUNSELING LLC............ Community Programs.......... 207.43 EMELY ROMERO.............................. Services and Other................ 37.35 EMILY E JOHNSON........................... Services and Other.............. 172.03 EMILY LITTLE.................................... Services and Other................ 13.80 EMILY WHITAKER............................. Services and Other.............. 391.62 ERIKA SORENSON........................... Services and Other.............. 168.61 ERINNE R LANGLOIS....................... Services and Other.............. 262.45 EVELYN EGAN.................................. Services and Other................ 28.88 EXPERIAN......................................... Services and Other................ 27.00 FAMILY & COURT SERVICES LLC... Services and Other................ 50.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY......... MISC................................. 1,080.58 FAMILY TREE INC............................. Community Programs..... 35,920.00 FEDERAL REPORTING SERVICE INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 220.50 FEDERICO HERNANDEZ PEREZ..... Services and Other................ 12.76 FELIX MOORE................................... Community Programs............ 70.00 FELIX MOORE................................... Services and Other.............. 404.27 FLAIR DATA SYSTEMS INC.............. Supplies............................ 4,134.40 FLOR PELAYO................................... Services and Other................ 52.60 FLORDELIS CASANAS..................... Services and Other................ 24.94 FREMONT COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPT ........................................................... Services and Other................ 38.21 GAYL A HARRISON........................... Services and Other................ 25.52 GENEVIEVE RUMLOW..................... Services and Other................ 29.05 GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH ........................................................... Services and Other................ 10.00 GLOBAL TEL LINK CORP................. Services and Other........... 1,389.48 GRANT MILLER................................. Services and Other.............. 248.50 GREGORIA MENDEZ LOPEZ........... MISC.................................... 133.01 HAILEY TRAVIS................................. Services and Other.............. 116.58 HARMONIE R TRENN....................... Services and Other................ 26.85 HAWKEYE STATE PROCESS SERVE LLC ........................................................... Services and Other................ 60.00 HAYLEY ROSE WOLFE..................... Services and Other.............. 206.13 HEATHER MORGAN......................... Services and Other................ 35.50 HEAVEN TESFAYE............................ Community Programs............ 20.41 HEAVEN TESFAYE............................ Services and Other.............. 354.68 HOPSKIPDRIVE INC......................... Community Programs..... 36,393.69 HORAN & MCCONATY MORTUARY ........................................................... Community Programs....... 3,000.00 ILLINOIS DEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH ........................................................... Services and Other................ 15.00 INDIANA STATE DEPT HEALTH........ Services and Other................ 14.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Services and Other........... 2,477.57 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Supplies............................... 170.71 INTERGROUP INC............................ Services and Other........... 3,808.20 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE....... MISC................................. 1,550.31 IRENE HOLGUIN SANCHEZ............. Services and Other.............. 248.50 IRMA FRANSUA................................. Services and Other................ 87.00 JACK SAMUEL ADELFANG............... Community Programs.......... 800.00 JACQUELYN GABEL......................... Services and Other.............. 195.86 JAMES ERIC SWART........................ Services and Other.............. 742.50 JAMIE BERGEN................................. Services and Other................ 31.44

— Continued to next page —


PAGE 22 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019 —Continued from previous page— JANINE R PHILLIPS.......................... Services and Other.............. 136.80 JEFFERSON COUNTY DEPT OF HEALTH & E ........................................................... MISC................................. 3,725.88 JEFFERSON COUNTY DEPT OFSOCIAL SVCS ........................................................... Community Programs....... 3,097.50 JEFFREY KEY................................... Services and Other.................. 3.48 JENNIFER JONES-DAY..................... Services and Other.............. 251.06 JESSE BOBIAN................................. Services and Other................ 45.82 JESSICA ADEN.................................. Services and Other................ 23.20 JESSICA BINETTI.............................. Services and Other.............. 136.80 JESSICA C GEGENHEIMER............. Services and Other................ 29.41 JESSICA L FREEMAN....................... Services and Other.............. 121.33 JESSICA WILLIAMSEN..................... Services and Other.............. 195.20 JODI GULLEY.................................... Services and Other.............. 193.58 JOHN COYNER................................. Services and Other.............. 115.36 JOHN DRULIS.................................... Services and Other.............. 653.37 JOHN NAGENCAST.......................... Services and Other.............. 990.00 JOHNATHAN HARRIS....................... Services and Other................ 79.00 JORDAN M MCGINNIS...................... Services and Other.............. 525.73 JOSEPH BORREGO.......................... Services and Other.............. 149.91 JOSEPH CIHLAR............................... Services and Other................ 65.31 JUANIKA BARNETT........................... Services and Other.............. 129.69 JUANITA E CASTILLO....................... Services and Other................ 65.37 JULIA RAMSDELL.............................. Services and Other.............. 429.66 JULIANNE SIMENSON...................... Services and Other.............. 172.32 JULIE SCHILLING.............................. Services and Other.............. 312.97 JUSTIN E HENDERSON.................... Services and Other........... 1,440.00 JUSTINA MEADOWS......................... Community Programs.......... 119.31 JUSTINA MEADOWS......................... Services and Other.............. 305.14 JUVENILE ASSESSMENT CENTER ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,266.56 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................. 607,989.03 KARA HABER.................................... Services and Other.............. 603.31 KAREN MAZZINI................................ Services and Other.............. 193.14 KARI SALES...................................... Services and Other.............. 292.80 KARLA BENCOMO............................ Services and Other................ 18.68 KARRIE KAUFMAN............................ Services and Other................ 96.51 KATELYN CHRISTINE KRIEGER...... Services and Other................ 17.23 KATHERINE SMITH........................... Services and Other.............. 105.38 KATHLEEN STAFFORD..................... Services and Other.................. 7.71 KATHLEEN ZIOLA.............................. Services and Other........... 1,000.00 KATHRYN ORNELAS........................ Services and Other................ 17.57 KATRIN BARTHEL............................. Community Programs.............. 8.08 KATRIN BARTHEL............................. Services and Other.............. 143.84 KAYLEE MCFARLAND....................... Services and Other.............. 271.04 KAYLEIGH BOVERI........................... Services and Other................ 70.35 KEITH CROSSON.............................. Services and Other.............. 252.15 KELLI TERRELL................................. Community Programs............ 12.53 KELLI TERRELL................................. Services and Other.............. 168.55 KELLY GOODMAN............................. Services and Other................ 29.58 KIMBERLY KINGSTON...................... Services and Other................ 37.00 KIMBERLY PINE................................ Community Programs............ 13.02 KIMBERLY PINE................................ Services and Other.............. 177.25 KIRSTEN LAWRENCE....................... Services and Other.............. 232.00 KORN FERRY HAY GROUP INC....... Services and Other........... 1,700.00 KRISTA SWEARENGIN..................... Services and Other................ 42.28 KRISTEN BRITTON........................... Services and Other................ 65.89 KRISTIN DAVIS.................................. Services and Other.............. 534.47 KRISTINE ORDONEZ........................ Services and Other.............. 136.80 LABORATORY CORPORATION OF ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,112.00 LANAE WELLS.................................. Services and Other................ 55.10 LARADON WEST LLC....................... Community Programs.......... 426.00 LARANE GARY.................................. Services and Other................ 65.66 LAURA PATTERSON......................... Services and Other.............. 357.17 LEBA HIRSCH.................................... Services and Other........... 1,282.44 LETICIA CAMPOS............................. MISC.................................... 100.00 LETISHIA PAYNE............................... Services and Other................ 26.45 LEXIS NEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 395.50 LEXISNEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 404.55 LIDUVINA RAMOS DE GARCIA........ MISC.................................... 100.00 LITTLETON MAIN STREET LP.......... Community Programs.......... 431.14 LKF FAMILY CORPORATION............ Community Programs....... 2,000.00 LOGAN COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE ........................................................... Services and Other................ 55.00 LORI OSWALD................................... Services and Other.............. 289.62 LYNNAE J STEVENS......................... Services and Other................ 12.76 LYNNEWOOD APARTMENT.............. Community Programs.......... 700.00 MAC ‘N NOODLES LLC..................... Community Programs.......... 874.00 MACON 57 LLC................................. Community Programs.......... 431.00 MADELINE DOERR........................... Services and Other................ 15.66 MARGARET GOETTGE..................... Services and Other.............. 340.98 MARIA ANN HIDROGO...................... Services and Other................ 23.20 MARIA LOUIS.................................... Community Programs............ 12.07 MARIA LOUIS.................................... Services and Other.............. 566.95 MARIANN TORRENCE...................... Services and Other........... 1,264.87 MARIKA QUINN................................. Services and Other.............. 180.90 MARINA SARINANA.......................... Services and Other.............. 213.90 MARISA LOPEZ................................. Services and Other................ 81.08 MARISOL CHAVEZ............................ Services and Other................ 52.37 MARISSA GIBBINS............................ Services and Other.............. 846.63 MARLENE PALOMINO...................... Services and Other................ 50.69 MARY LEEDS.................................... Services and Other.............. 152.60 MARY LEMA....................................... Services and Other................ 50.63 MARY WOLK...................................... Services and Other................ 59.57 MARY WORTH................................... Services and Other................ 32.19 MEADOWWOOD EARLY LEARNING CENTER ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 990.00 MEGHAN LOFTUS............................. Services and Other.............. 104.58 MELISSA LEONY............................... Services and Other................ 48.60 MELISSA MCKINLEY......................... Services and Other.............. 500.11 MELODY ALBRIGHT.......................... Services and Other................ 12.76 METRO COLLECTION SERVICE INC ........................................................... MISC.................................... 845.37 MICHAEL DEGRETTO....................... Services and Other.............. 198.80 MICHAEL NGUYEN........................... Services and Other................ 12.99 MICHELLE DOSSEY.......................... Services and Other................ 88.28 MICHELLE E MORFIN....................... Services and Other.............. 154.63 MILAGROS MENDOZA...................... Services and Other................ 39.44 MINDY KUGLER................................ Services and Other.............. 100.13 MINNESOTA DEPT OF HEALTH....... Services and Other................ 40.00 MIRIAN DELGADO............................ Services and Other................ 31.15 MOHAWK FACTORING II INC........... Services and Other........... 3,801.68 MONARCH SOCIETY........................ Community Programs....... 1,000.00 MORGAN BAPTIST........................... Services and Other.............. 312.39 MORGAN COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE ........................................................... Services and Other................ 37.50 MORIAH PRESCOTT......................... Services and Other................ 35.44 MOTHER MARY’S SOBER HOMES.. Community Programs.......... 650.00 NANCY BROWN................................ Services and Other................ 20.76 NANCY REGALADO.......................... Community Programs.......... 300.00 NATALIE CORONADO....................... Services and Other.............. 174.34 NATHALIA URBANO.......................... Services and Other................ 10.79 NEBRASKA CHILD SUPPORT.......... MISC.................................... 274.16 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY................. Services and Other........... 8,950.00 NEWCOMER FAMILY MORTUARY... Community Programs....... 1,000.00 NICOLE EDWARDS........................... Services and Other.............. 607.77 NINA PAULSON................................. Services and Other................ 31.90 NORA CLAIRE KUNZMANN.............. Services and Other.............. 589.22 OLINGER CROWN HILL.................... Community Programs....... 1,000.00 OLIVIA BENNETT.............................. Services and Other................ 83.28 OMKARNATH R GUPTA.................... Community Programs.......... 800.00 ONTARIO SYSTEMS LLC.................. Services and Other........... 4,311.58 OPTIMIZE MANPOWER SOLUTIONS INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 38,280.95 PAMELA YANETT............................... Services and Other.............. 156.18 PENELOPE J CHIHA......................... Services and Other.............. 243.71 PHILIP JAMES................................... Services and Other.............. 252.05 PITNEY BOWES................................ Supplies............................ 6,633.00 PITNEY BOWES GLOBAL FINANCIAL ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,889.20 PITNEY BOWES PRESORT SERVICES INC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 350.19 PORTER BURGESS COMPANY....... Supplies............................... 777.56 POWERS CIRCLE APARTMENTS LLLP ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 650.00 PUEBLO COUNTY COLORADO....... Services and Other................ 37.70 QUENTON BO-RASHARD GOODWIN ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 224.17 RACHEL ANNE NUNEZ..................... Services and Other.............. 990.00 RACHEL MACLEISH.......................... Services and Other.............. 328.57 RANDELL THIGPEN.......................... Services and Other.............. 116.41 RAUL A ORTIZ................................... Services and Other................ 36.89 REBECCA HEATON........................... Services and Other.............. 157.07 REBECCA MAYBURY........................ Services and Other.............. 211.06 REBECCA MICHELLE MADSEN....... Services and Other.............. 235.95

LEGALS REBECKAH DEANGELIS.................. Services and Other.............. 315.23 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT ........................................................... Community Programs....... 3,892.00 RESIDENCES AT FIRST AVENUE LLLP ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 700.00 ROBBIN BOE..................................... Services and Other.............. 138.33 ROBERT ALAN JACKSON................ Services and Other.............. 990.00 ROBERT PREVOST.......................... Services and Other................ 68.61 ROBIN NICETA.................................. Services and Other.............. 915.36 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHILDREN’S LAW ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 646.05 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHILDREN’S LAW ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 151.50 ROLLING ITALIAN, LLC..................... Community Programs.......... 636.50 ROYAL BUYING GROUP INC............ Community Programs....... 5,000.00 RUBY CALZADA................................ Services and Other................ 14.38 RUBY MERCADO.............................. MISC...................................... 20.00 SALVATORE L FAZIO JR................... Services and Other.............. 990.00 SAMANTHA LEACH........................... Services and Other................ 76.33 SARAH LEWNARD............................ Services and Other................ 24.59 SARAH WOLF.................................... Services and Other.............. 314.36 SAVIO HOUSE................................... Community Programs............ 20.00 SCOTTY DAY..................................... Services and Other.............. 185.83 SENTINEL COLORADO.................... Services and Other................ 90.00 SERGIO PEREZ................................ Community Programs....... 1,463.00 SHAELA NEWBY............................... Services and Other.............. 111.36 SHANNON BEATTY........................... Services and Other.............. 154.05 SHAWNA HAYDEN SHAFFER.......... Services and Other................ 81.14 SHAYLA REICHERT.......................... Services and Other................ 85.32 SHELBY ANN HANDFIELD................ Services and Other................ 75.64 SHILOH HOME INC........................... Community Programs..... 56,370.90 SHILOH HOUSE................................ Services and Other.............. 699.60 SIMFONI CROWLEY......................... Services and Other.............. 770.54 SOUTHLANDS APARTMENTS PROPERTY ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,475.20 SPRE SUMMERFIELD CONDOS LLC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,211.00 STACIA JOHNSTON.......................... Services and Other................ 60.78 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC............................... 18,154.02 STEPHANIE RAYTON....................... Community Programs....... 5,000.00 STEVEN M JUNKERSFELD.............. Services and Other................ 48.72 STEVIE N REES................................ Services and Other................ 74.82 SUSAN ADAMCZYK.......................... Services and Other.............. 105.79 SUZANNE HEDICAN......................... Services and Other................ 82.13 SUZANNE PRICE.............................. Services and Other................ 52.32 SYLWA LLC........................................ Community Programs.......... 400.00 TAHANI AHMED MOHAMED............. Services and Other.................. 4.70 TAMMY WHITE.................................. Services and Other.............. 135.72 TAMRA WHITE................................... Services and Other................ 38.28 TANYA GLICK.................................... Services and Other.............. 137.75 TANYA JENKINS................................ Services and Other................ 12.76 TARA SAULIBIO................................. Services and Other................ 47.10 TAYLOR FUNERAL AND CREMATION ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,000.00 TERESA JOHNSON........................... Services and Other................ 23.20 TEXANNA D COLEMAN.................... Services and Other.............. 511.08 THE CENTER FOR RELATIONSHIP ........................................................... Community Programs....... 5,000.00 THE CENTER FOR RELATIONSHIP ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,196.00 THOMAS A GRAHAM JR................... Services and Other........... 1,980.00 THOMSON REUTERS-WEST........... Services and Other........... 6,262.06 TIMOTHY JOHN MERRILL................ Services and Other.............. 495.00 TODD HYMAN................................... Services and Other.............. 263.20 TOM MILLS PSI INC.......................... Services and Other.............. 830.00 TRACY BRADLEY.............................. MISC.................................... 321.00 TRACY CARROLL............................. Community Programs............ 23.30 TRACY CARROLL............................. Services and Other.............. 417.93 TRACY OPP....................................... Services and Other.............. 253.03 TRACY RUMANS............................... Services and Other.............. 151.88 TRANSLATION EXCELLENCE.......... Services and Other.............. 527.83 TRI COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Community Programs..... 11,448.22 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Community Programs....... 8,094.32 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 180.00 TYLER KANE..................................... Services and Other................ 25.52 UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICES ........................................................... MISC.................................... 353.89 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.MISC.................................... 833.48 VALERIE K BROOKS......................... Services and Other........... 1,275.00 VALERIE L DIAZ................................ Services and Other.............. 522.58 VALERIE TERZIC............................... Services and Other................ 33.87 VALERY MARY MARTINEZ............... Services and Other................ 14.38 VANESSA FRAZIER........................... Services and Other................ 31.03 VANESSA HUGHES........................... Services and Other.............. 359.25 VELIA DUST....................................... Services and Other.............. 112.34 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other......... 18,812.51 VILLAGER NEWSPAPER GROUP.... Services and Other.............. 275.08 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC................................. 6,045.58 VITAL RECORDS............................... Services and Other................ 16.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF DENVER ........................................................... Capital Outlay...................... 325.00 WONGWAYVEG LLC......................... Community Programs.......... 760.00 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Community Programs.......... 344.11 YANGSON BAKER............................. Services and Other................ 53.01 YORK COURIER AND PROCESS..... Services and Other................ 75.00 ZHANNA ZUKIN................................. Services and Other.............. 145.79 FUND REPORT - 12 Electronic Filing Technology COLORADO SECRETARY OF STATE ........................................................... MISC............................... 24,986.00 KOFILE TECHNOLOGIES INC.......... Services and Other......... 26,630.00 FUND REPORT - 14 Law Enforcement Authority District 1ST CLASS TOWING........................ Services and Other.............. 766.70 AED EVERYWHERE.......................... Supplies............................... 249.00 CAROL A WINTER............................. Services and Other................ 60.00 CHERRY KNOLLS PHILLIPS 66....... Supplies............................... 312.00 COLORADO DEPT OF HUMAN SVCS ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,206.00 EVA LOUISE FOSTER....................... Services and Other................ 72.00 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Services and Other.............. 539.80 JONATHAN OLP................................ Services and Other................ 72.00 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 98,002.33 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES........... Services and Other.............. 125.35 LEXIS NEXIS RISK DATA MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,867.04 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,790.25 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,547.17 TEXAS CHILD SUPPORT.................. MISC.................................... 923.08 TYLER TECHNOLOGIES, INC.......... Services and Other........... 1,736.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other......... 12,753.71 VICTIM ASSISTANCE LAW............... Services and Other........... 1,790.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC................................. 1,122.78 FUND REPORT - 15 Arapahoe / Douglas Works! A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Services and Other........... 4,002.00 BRENT CHIK...................................... Community Programs.......... 200.00 CDW GOVERNMENT........................ Supplies............................... 158.00 CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER..... MISC.................................... 887.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... Community Programs............ 28.00 COLORADO NETWORK CABLING & CCTV LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,275.00 COLORADO NURSES AIDE SCHOOL INC ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 200.00 COLORADO NURSES AIDE SCHOOL INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,670.00 COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF AURORA ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,205.83 CONTACT WIRELESS....................... Services and Other........... 1,039.60 DELL COMPUTER CORPORATION ........................................................... Supplies............................... 210.00 EMILY GOODE................................... Services and Other................ 58.75 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY......... MISC................................. 1,711.28 FHEG COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF AURORA ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,167.08 GAYLORD ROCKIES RESORT &...... Services and Other........... 5,793.20 GERALD H PHIPPS INC.................... Services and Other......... 39,631.78 INTERGROUP INC............................ Services and Other........... 4,980.58 JENNIFER DETLING......................... Services and Other................ 66.18 JOHN D NEBEL................................. Services and Other........... 4,870.00 JUDITH EMERY................................. Services and Other................ 38.50 JUPITER I LLC................................... Supplies............................ 9,299.20 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 76,642.90

KELLY VIGIL....................................... Services and Other................ 11.02 LOCKHEED MARTIN SPACE SYSTEMS CO ........................................................... Services and Other......... 10,200.00 MANNA MASSA................................. Services and Other................ 30.39 METROPOLITAN STATE UNIVERSITY ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,905.85 MICHELLE CHAVEZ.......................... Services and Other................ 46.63 MOHAMED A FARAH......................... Services and Other................ 60.32 ONLINE CONSULTING INC............... Services and Other........... 6,000.00 PETER BENNETT HANCOCK........... Services and Other.............. 173.90 PICKENS TECH................................. Services and Other................ 50.00 RANDALL BOGUE............................. Community Programs.......... 500.00 RANDOLPH JOHNSON..................... Services and Other.............. 162.86 REACHING HIGHER LLC.................. Services and Other........... 3,000.00 REBECCA MIN ARCHAMBEAU........ Community Programs.......... 500.00 RED ROCKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,808.46 RTD 2380........................................... Community Programs....... 8,814.00 SABRINA KRYSTAL WILLIAMS......... Services and Other.............. 150.00 SANTINA HERNANDEZ..................... Services and Other.............. 150.00 SHAMIRA D COSEY.......................... Community Programs.......... 100.00 SHRED-IT USA.................................. Services and Other.............. 177.88 SOLAR ENERGY iNTERNATIONAL INC ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 150.00 SOUTH DENVER SCHOOL OF NURSING ARTS ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,800.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,702.95 STEPHANIE GARCIA-ACOSTA......... Services and Other................ 30.97 STEPHANIE MUFIC........................... Services and Other................ 41.24 STEVEN MURRY............................... Services and Other.............. 100.00 TANYA JO DEBARDELABEN............ Services and Other................ 72.85 TANYA MUNIZ.................................... Services and Other................ 49.89 THE JOB STORE............................... Services and Other........... 6,712.52 THE MASTER’S APPRENTICE......... Services and Other........... 3,000.00 TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL.Services and Other........... 2,733.60 UNITED STATES TRUCK DRIVING.. Services and Other........... 3,995.00 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,000.00 US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.MISC................................. 1,075.88 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other.............. 673.20 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 672.50 VOCATIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,286.00 WEB MEDIA GROUP LLC................. Services and Other.............. 671.50 FUND REPORT - 16 Road and Bridge ALLEGRO COFFEE COMPANY........ Supplies............................... 282.00 ALSCO............................................... Supplies............................ 1,552.14 CITY OF AURORA............................. Services and Other......... 47,924.02 CITY OF CENTENNIAL...................... Services and Other......... 30,788.84 CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE.. Services and Other........... 4,776.12 CITY OF GLENDALE......................... Services and Other........... 2,379.60 CITY OF GREENWOOD VILLAGE.... Services and Other......... 16,511.53 CITY OF LITTLETON......................... Services and Other......... 11,382.66 CITY OF SHERIDAN.......................... Services and Other........... 1,576.96 COLORADO ASPHALT SERVICES INC ........................................................... Supplies............................ 1,083.60 COMPASSCOM SOFTWARE CORPORATION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,958.00 EAST JORDAN IRON WORKS INC... Supplies............................... 556.00 FAMILY SUPPORT REGISTRY......... MISC.................................... 720.00 FASTENAL COMPANY...................... Supplies............................... 924.91 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................... 827.41 GREATWOOD LUMBER & HARDWARE ........................................................... Supplies............................... 137.84 JALISCO INTERNATIONAL, INC....... Services and Other......... 38,146.01 JEFF HINKLE..................................... Services and Other.............. 140.30 JESUS PASTRANA............................ Services and Other.............. 140.30 JK TRANSPORTS INC....................... Services and Other....... 274,384.73 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 62,850.21 KORN FERRY HAY GROUP INC....... Services and Other.............. 850.00 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.. Supplies............................... 235.37 MATHESON TRIGAS INC.................. Supplies............................... 128.80 NORTHERN IMPORTS...................... Supplies............................... 270.20 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ........................................................... Services and Other................ 98.00 PLM ASPHALT & CONCRETE INC... Services and Other......... 68,272.27 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,112.12 STRASBURG FEED STORE............. Supplies................................. 25.50 THE INTERMOUNTAIN RURAL ELECTRIC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 980.43 TIMOTHY TONGE & ASSOCIATES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,685.00 TOWN OF BENNETT......................... Services and Other................ 83.69 TOWN OF BOW MAR........................ Services and Other.............. 270.43 TOWN OF COLUMBINE VALLEY...... Services and Other.............. 670.37 TOWN OF DEER TRAIL..................... Services and Other................ 76.38 TOWN OF FOXFIELD........................ Services and Other.............. 284.56 UNIFIRST FIRST AID CORP............. Supplies............................... 461.66 VANCE BROTHERS INC................... Services and Other....... 136,800.00 VANCE BROTHERS INC................... Supplies............................... 710.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other........... 2,646.84 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 680.43 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 244.12 WL CONTRACTORS INC.................. Services and Other......... 24,452.68 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other........... 1,538.59 FUND REPORT - 20 Sheriff’s Commissary AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY............. Supplies............................... 782.40 ARAMARK CHICAGO LOCKBOX..... Services and Other........... 7,939.55 ARAPAHOE LIBRARY DISTRICT...... Services and Other......... 13,887.50 AURORA COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY ........................................................... Services and Other......... 20,007.67 BAKER & TAYLOR............................. Supplies............................ 2,610.46 COMCAST.......................................... Services and Other.............. 646.70 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 7,764.42 DEBRA RENEE TYGRETT................ Services and Other........... 1,530.50 DEMCO INC....................................... Supplies............................... 340.72 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC................................. 4,558.89 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 246.36 THE DENVER POST.......................... Services and Other........... 1,105.00 USA TODAY....................................... Services and Other.............. 114.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC...................................... 54.51 FUND REPORT - 21 Community Development BROTHERS REDEVELOPMENT INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,631.08 FAMILY PROMISE OF GREATER..... Services and Other........... 3,134.72 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC................................. 2,931.57 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC...................................... 99.62 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC...................................... 42.66 FUND REPORT - 25 Developmental Disability DEVELOPMENTAL PATHWAYS........ Services and Other........... 7,771.95 FUND REPORT - 26 Grants 298 POWERS LLC............................. Community Programs....... 1,110.00 ADVENIR AT CHERRY CREEK NORTH LLC ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 856.00 ALSCO............................................... Supplies............................... 382.68 ANGELA STANTON........................... Services and Other................ 56.38 AURORA COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY ........................................................... Services and Other......... 17,097.09 BAMBI SHROPHIRE.......................... Services and Other................ 94.77 BRENDA SIMONS............................. Services and Other................ 63.85 BRIAN PAGE II................................... Community Programs....... 2,000.00 CA PEAKVIEW OWNER LCC............ Community Programs.......... 516.00 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 500.00 CHANETTA MARIE EBONY PHILBERT ........................................................... Services and Other................ 65.45 CITY OF AURORA WATER DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 214.83 COLORADO ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,260.00 COLORADO STATE PATROL............ Services and Other.............. 663.00 COLUMBIA INDUSTRIES INC........... Supplies............................ 2,737.59 COMCOR INC.................................... Community Programs....... 1,361.70 COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTERS, INC ........................................................... Community Programs... 184,484.05 COMMUNITY EDUCATION CENTERS, INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 8,515.00

— Continued to next page —


November 14, 2019 THE VILLAGER | PAGE 23

LEGALS —Continued from previous page— CORECIVIC LLC................................ Community Programs... 391,860.30 CORECIVIC LLC................................ Services and Other......... 74,120.06 COSGROVE MECHANICAL LLC....... Services and Other........... 8,617.00 DENISE HOLTER............................... Services and Other................ 69.48 DENVER WINAIR CO........................ MISC................................. 4,310.25 DICKEY PROPERTIES LLC.............. Community Programs....... 1,150.00 DONALD KLEMME............................ Services and Other................ 70.80 EAGLE ROCK SUPPLY..................... MISC................................. 7,579.20 ELOISA ALTAMIRA............................. Services and Other................ 70.99 FRANK J BALL................................... MISC.................................... 872.62 GARD CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,277.00 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies................................. 85.30 GRID ALTERNATIVES....................... Services and Other......... 38,010.00 H & A PROPERTIES LLC................... Services and Other........... 8,389.44 HAZELBROOK SOBER LIVING, LLC ........................................................... Supplies............................... 350.00 HOLLY HOOVER............................... Services and Other................ 63.85 HOME COMFORT INSULATION....... Services and Other........... 2,449.12 INTERVENTION COMMUNITY.......... Community Programs....... 2,197.50 INTREPID VENTURE GROUP LLC... Services and Other......... 28,987.50 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 30,686.58 KORN FERRY HAY GROUP INC....... Services and Other.............. 283.34 LOCKBOX NUMBER: 234070........... MISC................................. 1,090.00 LORI BIEWEN.................................... Services and Other.............. 135.72 LOWES COMMERCIAL SERVICES.. Supplies............................ 5,542.72 MARCIA A HANNAH.......................... Community Programs.......... 532.00 MARISSA BOVEE.............................. Services and Other.............. 118.90 MULTI SERVICE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTINS ........................................................... Supplies............................... 135.99 QUALITY FAMILY PROPERTIES LLC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,200.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Supplies................................. 79.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN OFFENDER MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Community Programs.......... 408.00 ROMAN GAVRILOV........................... Community Programs....... 1,400.00 SARAH MAX APARTMENTS............. Community Programs.......... 547.50 SENIORS’ RESOURCE CENTER INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 37,188.36 SHIQUAN SU..................................... Community Programs....... 2,300.00 SPIRIT OF AURORA.......................... Services and Other................ 50.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 944.94 STEVE ELLIOTT................................ Services and Other................ 60.03 SWAN ENTERPRISES & CONSULTING LLC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,850.00 TERESA MARLOWE.......................... Services and Other.................. 4.56 TERESA MARLOWE.......................... Supplies................................... 5.04 TRACY RYBA..................................... Services and Other................ 84.80 TYCO FIRE & SECURITY (US)......... Services and Other.............. 174.75 VERMEL L PAIGE.............................. Community Programs....... 1,000.00 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC.................................... 479.82 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 163.48 WORLD CLASS REAL ESTATE LLC ........................................................... Community Programs....... 1,470.00 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other.............. 853.95 FUND REPORT - 28 Open Space Sales Tax A2M4SEEN LLP................................. Capital Outlay................. 94,518.48 ACADEMY ROOFING INC................. MISC...................................... 38.60 ALFRED BENESCH & COMPANY..... Services and Other........... 2,721.00 ALL STARR ROOFING...................... MISC........................................ 5.94 ALLIANCE ELECTRIC....................... MISC...................................... 33.25 ARAPAHOE KENNEL CLUB.............. MISC.................................... 566.00 ARMSTRONG RELOCATION COMPANY ........................................................... Capital Outlay................... 2,745.00 ARMSTRONG RELOCATION COMPANY ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 533.00 ASPEN LEAF STUDIOS.................... MISC................................. 1,090.00 BASSET HOUND CLUB OF AMERICA ........................................................... MISC.................................... 630.00 BERNESE MTN DOG CLUB OF THE ROCKIES ........................................................... MISC.................................... 605.00 BLUE SKY SOLAR AND ROOFING... MISC........................................ 4.76 C. CHANGE CONSULTING LLC........ Services and Other........... 7,584.00 CARNATION BUILDING SERVICE INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,843.36 CITY OF AURORA............................. Services and Other......... 23,224.96 CITY OF CENTENNIAL...................... Services and Other........... 8,062.10 CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE.. Services and Other.............. 482.40 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD..................... Services and Other........... 2,505.40 CITY OF GLENDALE......................... Services and Other....... 125,365.62 CITY OF GREENWOOD VILLAGE.... Services and Other........... 1,174.54 CITY OF LITTLETON......................... Services and Other......... 93,280.34 CITY OF SHERIDAN.......................... Services and Other....... 323,152.90 CITYWIDE ROOFING & EXTERIORS ........................................................... MISC........................................ 4.94 CODE 4 SECURITY SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 4,270.40 COLORADO HISTORICAL FOUNDATION ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,000.00 CONCRETE EXPRESS INC.............. MISC............................. 152,819.38 CORE CONTRACTORS.................... MISC...................................... 14.25 CYNTHIA GONZALEZ....................... MISC.................................... 793.50 DANA CAIN EVENTS......................... MISC................................. 1,632.00 DAVID EVANS AND ASSOCIATES INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 69,665.15 DAVID KEMP...................................... MISC........................................ 9.00 DENVER WATER DEPARTMENT..... Services and Other........... 2,050.00 DISTINCTIVE THREADS, INC........... Supplies............................... 125.63 EVENT RENTS DENVER LLC........... Supplies............................... 718.45 EWING IRRIGATION PRODUCTS INC ........................................................... Services and Other................ 59.89 FELSBURG HOLT AND ULLEVIG..... Services and Other......... 12,107.01 GABRIELA CASTELLANOS.............. MISC.................................... 900.00 GENESIS ONE THREE LLC.............. MISC...................................... 23.75 GERALD H PHIPPS INC.................... Capital Outlay................. 25,323.65 GERALD H PHIPPS INC.................... Services and Other......... 18,703.00 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................... 634.80 HIGH LINE CANAL CONSERVANCY ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,000.00 HOME DEPOT USA........................... MISC........................................ 3.64 HOME DEPOT USA INC.................... Supplies................................. 94.16 INSIGHT PUBLIC SECTOR INC........ Services and Other.............. 134.95 J & K ROOFING................................. MISC...................................... 57.13 JACOB ALSIP..................................... Supplies............................... 136.80 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC............................... 16,198.62 KATHRYN SCOTT PHOTOGRAPHY LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,529.00 KIM HARTMAN.................................. MISC................................. 1,050.00 KORN FERRY HAY GROUP INC....... Services and Other........... 1,700.00 LEGEND HIGH SCHOOL................... MISC................................. 1,300.00 MARIA FUENTES.............................. MISC.................................... 762.50 MILLERCOORS LLC.......................... Supplies............................... 399.75 NOHEMI LANDEROS........................ MISC.................................... 118.75 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTERS OF ........................................................... Services and Other................ 98.00 OPEN MEDIA FOUNDATION............. Services and Other.............. 300.00 PARSONS TRANSPORTATION GROUP ........................................................... Services and Other......... 13,040.89 QUALITY CONSTRUCTION.............. MISC...................................... 13.54 REYMUNDO CASTRO....................... MISC.................................... 904.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN ASSOC OF FAIRS ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 125.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Services and Other................ 72.95 ROTH SHANNON.............................. Services and Other.............. 205.00 SABELL’S CIVIL AND LANDSCAPE LLC ........................................................... MISC............................. 876,432.12 SABELLS CIVIL AND LANDSCAPE LLC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 43,809.23 SANDRA BOTTOMS.......................... Services and Other.............. 251.29 SHAYLA LINDROOS.......................... MISC.................................... 900.00 SIMON BROS ROOFING................... MISC...................................... 57.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 588.66 STREAM DESIGN LLC...................... Services and Other......... 25,955.08 THE INTERMOUNTAIN RURAL ELECTRIC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 211.60 TIMBER DESIGNS............................. MISC...................................... 21.37 TOWN OF BENNETT......................... Services and Other................ 27.41 TOWN OF COLUMBINE VALLEY...... Services and Other.............. 107.72 TOWN OF DEER TRAIL..................... Services and Other................ 50.86 TOWN OF FOXFIELD........................ Services and Other................ 56.56 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other........... 1,187.08 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC...................................... 62.61

WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 192.00 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF DENVER ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 192.00 WIRENUT........................................... MISC...................................... 13.66 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other......... 10,139.49 YANET CALZONTZI........................... MISC.................................... 787.50 FUND REPORT - 29 Homeland Security - North Central BULLSHARK INC............................... Services and Other.............. 476.85 C SCOTT KELLAR............................. Services and Other......... 11,550.00 CADWELL IRREVOCABLE TRUST III ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 534.46 CENTER FOR INTERNET SECURITY INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 5,640.00 CHARLES SCOTT KELLAR............... Services and Other.............. 515.15 CRITIGEN LLC................................... Services and Other........... 2,545.00 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH ........................................................... Services and Other........... 5,000.00 GREGORY M THORNTON................ Services and Other.............. 579.90 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC................................. 3,372.27 RICHARD C PRICE............................ Services and Other........... 4,544.08 SAFE SOFTWARE INC...................... Services and Other........... 2,800.00 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC...................................... 95.38 STEPHANY JUNEAU......................... Services and Other.............. 168.60 TIME CREATORS INC....................... Services and Other.............. 240.00 VERIZON WIRELESS........................ Services and Other.............. 158.59 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC...................................... 32.34 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other.............. 218.79 FUND REPORT - 33 Building Maintenance Fund A & A TRADIN POST INC................... Services and Other........... 2,580.20 AFFILIATED WASTEWATER............. Services and Other........... 2,101.00 ARAPAHOE COUNTY WATER &....... Services and Other......... 17,657.74 BG BUILDINGWORKS INC................ Services and Other........... 3,500.00 CENTURYLINK.................................. Services and Other.............. 618.81 CFM SUPPLY COMPANY.................. Services and Other........... 2,266.00 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC......... Services and Other........... 3,923.36 CHARLES D JONES & CO INC......... Supplies............................... 270.41 COLORADO FIRST PLUMBING & SEWER INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,925.00 COMPONENT SPECIALTIES INC..... Services and Other.............. 558.50 COSGROVE MECHANICAL LLC....... Services and Other........... 1,915.00 CPS DISTRIBUTORS INC................. Services and Other.............. 440.75 CRE BATTERY LLC........................... Services and Other.............. 262.50 DS WATERS OF AMERICA INC........ Supplies............................... 158.60 EAP GLASS SERVICE....................... Services and Other.............. 884.15 ELECTRI-TEK LLC............................ Services and Other........... 6,022.93 ENGLEWOOD LOCK AND SAFE INC ........................................................... Services and Other................ 16.36 FASTENAL COMPANY...................... Services and Other.............. 224.67 FASTENAL COMPANY...................... Supplies............................... 325.01 FASTSIGNS OF ENGLEWOOD......... Services and Other................ 44.80 FIRE ALARM SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 280.00 FIRE INSPECTION SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 8,672.00 FOLIAGE DESIGN SYSTEMS OF..... Supplies............................... 408.74 GAM ENTERPRISES INC.................. Services and Other........... 1,500.00 GAM ENTERPRISES INC.................. Supplies............................ 1,580.00 GATEWAY AIR WEST INC................. Services and Other.............. 640.73 GEORGE T SANDERS COMPANY... Services and Other.............. 484.44 GERALD H PHIPPS INC.................... Services and Other......... 15,437.50 GRAINGER........................................ Services and Other........... 1,306.32 GRAINGER........................................ Supplies............................... 515.54 HOME DEPOT USA INC.................... Supplies.......................... 18,340.68 HORIZON........................................... Services and Other.............. 513.61 INTERSTATE ENERGY INC.............. Services and Other.............. 400.00 KEESEN LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 14,224.41 LAWSON PRODUCTS INC................ Supplies............................... 179.76 MICHAEL J CAMPBELL..................... Services and Other........... 2,460.00 MOHAWK FACTORING II INC........... Services and Other......... 18,000.00 RAMPART SUPPLY INC.................... Services and Other........... 1,050.70 RESTRUCTION CORP...................... Services and Other........... 6,537.28 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOTTLED WATER ........................................................... Supplies................................... 4.00 ROCKY MOUNTAIN PARKING LOT ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,330.00 SAVATREE......................................... Services and Other........... 4,302.00 SHERWIN WILLIAMS........................ Services and Other.............. 655.89 SHRED-IT USA LLC........................... Services and Other........... 3,350.04 SID HARVEY INDUSTRIES INC........ Services and Other................ 25.12 SOLSBURY HILL LLC........................ Services and Other.............. 948.63 THE SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO.......... Services and Other.............. 257.78 TOWER REPAIR SPECIALISTS INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,050.00 TRI-COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 713.92 TRIPLE L&P INC................................ Services and Other................ 80.53 UNITED REFRIGERATION INC......... Services and Other................ 14.35 WAXIES ENTERPRISES INC............ Supplies................................. 30.15 FUND REPORT - 34 Fair Fund A&K DISTRIBUTION CO.................... Supplies............................ 2,285.00 Anna Wikowsky.................................. Supplies................................. 50.00 CEW ENTERPRISES INC.................. Supplies............................... 200.46 EVENT RENTS DENVER LLC........... Services and Other........... 6,698.60 HOLLAND CONCESSIONS............... Supplies................................. 88.00 JDA COMPANY.................................. Supplies................................. 32.00 Katelyn Robinson............................... Supplies............................... 100.00 Kaylee Sefcovic.................................. Supplies............................... 100.00 LA HACIENDA.................................... Supplies................................... 9.00 Lakayla Vincent.................................. Supplies............................... 100.00 SAFFIRE LLC..................................... Services and Other......... 20,268.95 SUNBELT RENTALS INC................... Services and Other........... 7,105.04 Sarah Lynnes..................................... Supplies............................... 100.00 TASTE THE LOVE COOKING........... Supplies................................... 9.00 TRI STATE FIREWORKS INC............ Services and Other........... 1,907.40 Trevor Swartz..................................... Supplies................................. 50.00 FUND REPORT - 41 Capital Expenditure ALLIANCE CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS LLC ........................................................... Capital Outlay................. 21,472.45 AMTECH SOLUTIONS INC............... MISC................................. 5,700.00 ASPIRE HR INC................................. MISC............................... 66,333.34 E & L FLATWORK.............................. MISC................................. 8,500.00 FLYNN SOUTHWEST LP................... MISC................................. 6,467.60 INTERGROUP INC............................ Capital Outlay................... 4,991.56 INTERGROUP INC............................ MISC................................. 8,615.36 INTERGROUP INC............................ Services and Other........... 3,970.00 JL MELTON CONSTRUCTION.......... Capital Outlay............... 248,047.59 KUBL GROUP LLC............................ MISC............................... 89,394.91 LAND TITLE GUARANTEE COMPANY ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,651.00 MTCH’S GREEN THUMB LANDSCAPING ........................................................... Capital Outlay...................... 753.00 OLSON RESTORATION II LLC.......... MISC............................... 37,985.39 REILLY JOHNSON ARCHITECTURE INC ........................................................... Services and Other....... 285,000.00 RESTRUCTION CORP...................... MISC............................. 172,353.94 STRAIGHT LINE SAWCUTTING INC.MISC............................. 425,275.64 TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS.... MISC............................... 20,349.00 TRUEPOINT SOLUTIONS LLC......... MISC............................... 13,280.00 VERTIQ SOFTWARE LLC................. MISC................................. 3,972.50

PRESERVATION TREE CARE.......... Services and Other........... 5,125.00 SAFEWARE INC................................ Supplies............................... 345.10 STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY ........................................................... MISC.................................... 113.16 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... MISC...................................... 88.38 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 859.56 WASTE MANAGEMENT OF DENVER ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 607.45 XCEL ENERGY.................................. Services and Other........... 1,360.27 FUND REPORT - 44 Arap. County Water and Wastewater UMB BANK NA................................... Services and Other.............. 250.00 FUND REPORT - 70 Central Services ADVANCE AUTO PARTS................... MISC.................................... 216.72 ALL TRUCK AND TRAILER PARTS (ATTP) ........................................................... MISC.................................... 987.41 AMERICAN TIRE DISTRIBUTORS INC ........................................................... MISC................................. 2,468.48 AUTOZONE STORES INC................. MISC...................................... 33.95 BRIDGESTONE RETAIL OPERATIONS LLC ........................................................... MISC................................. 4,897.37 BRUCKNER TRUCK SALES INC...... MISC...................................... 17.59 CLEAR CHOICE................................ MISC.................................... 215.11 COLORADO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS CO ........................................................... MISC................................. 4,553.65 DALES TIRES & RETREADING INC.MISC................................. 1,408.86 FACTORY MOTOR PARTS................ MISC.................................... 482.86 FEDEX............................................... MISC.................................... 304.05 HILL ENTERPRISES INC.................. MISC............................... 62,782.16 LIGHTING ACCESSORY & WARNING ........................................................... MISC............................... 18,455.09 MIDSTATES DISTRIBUTING............. MISC................................. 2,416.25 NAPA AUTO PARTS........................... MISC................................. 1,420.25 NATIONWIDE AUTO PARTS............. MISC................................. 1,402.92 ROCKY MOUNTAIN H-D MOTOR CO ........................................................... MISC.................................... 665.65 SPRADLEY BARR FORD.................. MISC............................. 173,390.00 VISTA FD LLC.................................... MISC.................................... 629.44 FUND REPORT - 71 Self-Insurance Liability BODYS BY BROWN.......................... Services and Other........... 7,708.40 COLO DEPT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT ........................................................... Services and Other........... 2,626.00 PORTER AUTO BODY....................... Services and Other........... 7,078.98 VISTA FD LLC.................................... Services and Other.............. 421.03 FUND REPORT - 72 Employee Flexible Benefit STEPHANIE HEIDEN........................ Services and Other........... 1,100.00 FUND REPORT - 73 Self-Insurance Workers Comp CANNON COCHRAN MANAGEMENT ........................................................... Services and Other......... 21,882.94 SHIPLEY VOCATIONAL SERVICES ........................................................... Services and Other........... 3,107.46 FUND REPORT - 74 Self-Insurance Dental DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF COLORADO ........................................................... Services and Other......... 98,273.93 RETIREMENT PLANNING SERVICES INC ........................................................... Services and Other........... 6,489.74 VISION SERVICE PLAN.................... Services and Other.............. 187.04 FUND REPORT - 84 E-911 Authority CENTURYLINK.................................. Services and Other......... 19,494.34 CITY OF GLENDALE......................... Services and Other......... 57,918.42 CITY OF LITTLETON......................... Services and Other........... 2,800.00 CONVERGEONE INC........................ Services and Other....... 121,293.42 DENISE AMBER LEE FOUNDATION INC..............Services and Other 195.00 FAIRFIELD AND WOODS PC............ Services and Other........... 2,835.00 FRONT RANGE INTERNET INC....... Services and Other................ 60.00 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES........... Services and Other.............. 255.39 MANAGER OF FINANCE................... Services and Other.............. 275.00 METCOM............................................ Services and Other........... 4,978.11 QWEST CORPORATION................... Services and Other........... 1,805.41 TRITECH SOFTWARE SYSTEMS.... Services and Other....... 125,181.30 VOIANCE LANGUAGE SERVICES LLC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 241.68 FUND REPORT - 91 Treasurer CITY OF AURORA............................. MISC.......................... 1,450,167.62 CITY OF CENTENNIAL...................... MISC............................. 405,697.16 CITY OF CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE.. MISC............................... 82,046.04 CITY OF ENGLEWOOD..................... MISC............................. 190,229.28 CITY OF GLENDALE......................... MISC............................... 22,496.30 CITY OF LITTLETON / FINANCE DEPT ........................................................... MISC............................. 165,813.80 CITY OF SHERIDAN.......................... MISC............................... 36,417.45 COLO DEPT OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT ........................................................... MISC................................. 1,413.00 COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ........................................................... MISC............................... 11,131.00 COLORADO DEPT OF REVENUE.... MISC.......................... 4,045,874.84 STATE OF COLORADO HUMAN SERVICES ........................................................... MISC................................. 9,420.00 TOWN OF COLUMBINE VALLEY...... MISC............................... 17,256.75 STATE OF COLORADO ) ) S.S. COUNTY OF ARAPAHOE ) I, JOAN LOPEZ, 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 10/01/2019 THROUGH 10/31/2019 DRAWN FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE FUNDS. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HAVE HERE UNTO SET MY HAND AND SEAL OF THE SAID COUNTY AT LITTLETON THIS 11/05/2019 . JOAN LOPEZ, CLERK TO THE BOARD Published in The Villager Published: November 14, 2019 Legal # 9366 ____________________________

FUND REPORT - 42 Infrastructure ALFRED BENESCH & COMPANY..... Services and Other......... 29,731.55 BONNIE ROERIG & ASSOCIATES, LLC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 21,140.00 DIEXSYS LLC.................................... Services and Other......... 21,107.11 ECONOLITE CONTROL PRODUCTS INC ........................................................... Services and Other......... 35,392.64 ITS PLUS INC.................................... Services and Other........... 8,995.00 JALISCO INTERNATIONAL, INC....... Services and Other......... 79,431.85 SHORT ELLIOTT HENDRICKSON INCORP ........................................................... Services and Other........... 1,283.16 VANCE BROTHERS INC................... Services and Other......... 39,441.01 WL CONTRACTORS INC.................. Services and Other.................. 0.75 FUND REPORT - 43 Arapahoe County Recreation District ARAPAHOE WATER AND WASTEWATER ........................................................... Services and Other......... 44,792.91 CHERRY CREEK VALLEY................. Services and Other........... 1,021.95 CITY OF AURORA............................. Services and Other......... 44,000.00 CPS DISTRIBUTORS INC................. Supplies............................... 981.09 KAISER PERMANENTE.................... MISC................................. 4,986.78 MOST DEPENDABLE FOUNTAINS INC ........................................................... Services and Other.............. 162.00

— End oftoLegals — Continued next page— —


PAGE 24 | THE VILLAGER • November 14, 2019

Economic impacts of hemp, cbd and marijuana Continued from Page 8

According to Lackner, CBD will be a $24 billion industry by 2023, and it will “bring in a lot of opportunity and a lot of opportunists.” MHL has established manufacturing controls and standards, but many others who manufacture and sell CBD do not have them because there are no Food and Drug Administration regulations for it. He said, “Lots of companies out there (who sell products advertised as having CBD in them) are closer to bathtub gin than they are to our pharmaceutical facility.” He strongly encouraged consumers of CBD to be cautious about the product’s source. When MHL ships its product, it inserts a sensor that tracks temperature, light, g-force, and location, so that it knows where the product is at all times, whether it’s been opened, subjected to extreme temperatures, or even accidentally dropped. MHL takes its responsibility to deliver the product safely and intact very seriously. Shannon Gray, marijuana communications specialist with the Colorado Department of Revenue Marijuana Enforcement Division, explained that her department is focused on making sure that legal marijuana businesses and their employees obey state rules.

Peter Marcus is always engaging, whether as a political reporter or the communications director for a large marijuana business.

Chris Lackner knows all about CBD and its business potential. Photos by Freda Miklin

Jessica Cloeter knows a lot about how CBD will be marketed in the near future.

She said that every marijuana business in Colorado must hold a state and local license and that the state rule book alone is 1,000 pages long. Her division’s goal is to make sure that all legal marijuana is tracked, taxed, and tested. New to the industry are recently legal social consumption clubs which can sell marijuana or allow it to be brought in, as well as delivery of the product, starting in 2020 for medical marijuana and 2021 for recreational. Jessica Cloeter of Mineralife Nutraceuticals, LLC, told the business group that her company believes the future of marijuana is in food additives and capsules. Fmiklin.villager@gmail.com

Republicans discuss voter rejection of new jail Continued from Page 6

I don’t support eliminating TABOR (the Taxpayers Bill of Rights) and I don’t like raising taxes, but (now) we are going to have to cut services like necessary road improvements, because it costs us nearly $10 million a year to keep not just inmates, but jail employees safe. There are also countless hours of lost time by local police officers not able to perform their regular patrol duties because of the inefficiencies of the jail booking center they all must use. We will look at where we failed to communicate effectively. This is not an issue that is going to go away.” Baker stepped in, saying “We heard the message loud and

clear. The majority heard the need (for a new jail) but didn’t agree with how we wanted to fix the problem. The five of us (county commissioners) will sit down and try to figure out where we go from here.” They explained that counties are an arm of the state and how almost everything done at the county level is based on mandates by the state and federal government. For example, they said that they are already hearing that the cost of full-day kindergarten is much higher than what was anticipated, and that the excess is going to be passed onto counties by cutting state funding of other county programs. Turning to politics, Sharpe told fellow Republicans that if Baker and the other Republican

MOM’S MOOD SUPPORT GROUP

NEW OR EXPECTING MOMS Do you struggle with: • Feeling angry, irritable, anxious or sad • Feeling as if you are “out of control” • Difficulty or lack of interest in bonding with your baby • A sense of guilt, shame, or hopelessness • Appetite or sleep difficulties • Isolating from friends and family • Thoughts or fears of hurting yourself or your baby

To Sign Up, please call 303-360-3577

Get Help at The Behavioral Health & Wellness Center Mom’s Mood Support Group | Mondays, 10 AM – 11 AM Babies/children who aren’t crawling or walking are welcome.

Behavioral Health & Wellness Center A Campus of The Medical Center of Aurora

AuroraMed.com/MentalHealth 700 Potomac Street, Suite 204 Aurora, CO 80011 For 24/7 Crisis Support, Please Call 844-556-2012

Arapahoe County commissioner, Kathleen Conti, are not re-elected in 2020, she believes that human services workers in Arapahoe County will very soon vote to become unionized, as did human services workers in Adams County recently. When several questions were asked of Sharpe and Baker that indicated that some voters rejected ballot measure 1A because they believed that the county could afford to build a new jail with its regular revenues and didn’t need a tax increase to accomplish it, Baker talked about the regular budget process. He said that departments across the county had requested funding for a total of 58 new employees in 2020 and many were well-justified, but that only eight were approved. He went on to explain that the eight positions were all mandated by SB 191 of 2019 that requires that “the custodian of a jail has to release a defendant within 4 hours after the defendant has posted bond and is physically present in the jail.” Sharpe further clarified that it is sometimes very difficult to meet that standard, owing to the overcrowded and undersized booking facility at the Arapahoe County Jail. For that reason, the county had to add eight additional employees to meet the fourhour release requirement, while rejecting every other request for additional staff for any reason. Greg Lopez, former Parker mayor and former candidate for governor, who lost to Walker Stapleton in the 2018 Republican primary, announced that he is a candidate for Colorado governor in 2022. There is a Lopez for Governor 2022 Facebook page already up and running. Fmiklin.villager@gmail.com

Profile for The Villager

11-14-19 Villager E edition  

11-14-19 Villager E edition  

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded