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Tom RamstackTom RamstackFebruary 1, 20185min592
President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday brought hope that the Colorado Department of Transportation’s funding shortfall for road-building projects will at least be eased. Trump pledged to seek $1.5 trillion in new infrastructure spending for roads, bridges, highways and waterways. The federal grants would need to be matched by state and local funds. […]

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Dan NjegomirDan NjegomirFebruary 1, 20187min1034

Like so many Coloradans, Lindsey and Jared hustle every day. Jared owns and runs a welding company that he built from the ground up. Lindsey is a self-employed entrepreneur and real estate agent. Together they do their most important work raising their two daughters; they are expecting their third in April. Their work days begin before dawn and end with tucking in toddlers. In short, their work never ends. 


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Jessica MachettaNovember 8, 20174min393
Denver voters gave the green light for city officials to allocate nearly a billion dollars for 460 citywide projects as part of the city’s growth plan, so now what? Mayor Michael Hancock says it’s a vote of confidence from the people and a huge responsibility that won’t be taken lightly. “With a yes vote, we […]

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Mike McKibbinMike McKibbinFebruary 10, 20179min325

Faced with one of the fastest growth rates among major U.S. cities nationwide, Denver City Council has identified a range of priorities and goals to help guide budgeting decisions and to decide policy priority areas. Those include more than $1 billion in infrastructure needs and projects alone. Each year, the Council holds a retreat to develop the priorities and goals that are submitted to Mayor Michael Hancock and city agencies to consider during the administration’s planning and budgeting for the following fiscal year. “This is a meaningful time in our city, where we are experiencing growth and vibrancy on historic levels,” Council President Albus Brooks said. “This success has brought its challenges in terms of mobility and affordability for our constituents.”



Joey BunchJoey BunchJanuary 25, 20173min288
Six Republican state legislators from El Paso County are calling on the governor to get a move on to designate Interstate 25 from Monument to Castle Rock a “high priority” to possibly score some money from the Trump administration. The president signed an executive order Tuesday to expedite environmental reviews for high-priority infrastructure projects. Trump […]

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