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On June 30, 2020 Governor Jared Polis today extended the Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors Executive Order, and provided an update on Colorado’s next steps during the COVID-19 pandemic, introducing more details on the Protect Our Neighbors framework. The Governor was joined by Jill Hunsaker Ryan, the Executive Director of the…

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Economic Recovery, Remote + Resilient A conversation with Sam Bailey from the Metro Denver EDC. Denver was booming before the pandemic and we are planning to bounce back. While we certainly have some challenges to overcome and work to do, “now the Mile High City may also hold answers about the post-coronavirus economic outlook: whether…

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Arapahoe Community College (ACC), in partnership with the Community Association Institute Rocky Mountain Chapter (CAI-RMC), Arapahoe/Douglas Works!, and Skillful Colorado, is launching the nation’s first apprenticeship for the community association management profession. In August, ACC will pilot a cohort of 15 apprentices. The two-year apprenticeship program will include paid work and up to 40 hours…

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Economic Indicators- June 2020 The Metro Denver EDC released its June 2020 Economic Indicators. Below is a summary provided by CEO, J.J. Ament. View Snapshot  View Full Report As you will see, the data in now reflecting the negative economic impact of COVID-19 in nearly every area. That said, look closely, and you will see…

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Governor Polis extended and revised the Safer at Home order until July 1. Executive Order 091 loosens restrictions on travel and allows for more parts of the economy to open. The Executive Order still directs older Coloradans and vulnerable individuals to stay at home as much as possible. More information, including guidance for businesses can be found…

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Denver Business Journal – April 30th 1,500 homes planned for latest neighborhood in Douglas County master-planned community   Homes are starting to rise in the newest neighborhood at Sterling Ranch, a 3,400-acre master-planned community in northwest Douglas County.   Ascent Village will be the second of nine neighborhoods in the community, which is expected to…

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