Tagged: Colorado Politics

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

The wraps came off of Redbarre’s plans for a privately funded, 1.9 million square foot mixed-use development in Parker anchored by a film and television production facility.

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

Redbarre details huge facility in Parker that could create 4,000 jobs, bring Hollywood to Colorado

The wraps came off of Redbarre’s plans for a privately funded, 1.9 million square foot mixed-use development in Parker anchored by a film and television production facility.

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

Permits show drilling and development are on collision course in northeastern Colorado

The clash between growing communities and oil and gas production in northeastern Colorado, heightened by a deadly home explosion this spring, will only intensify in coming years, a Denver Post analysis of drilling permits suggests.

Colorado to receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments

Colorado to receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments

Colorado will receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments — Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) funding — for 2017.

Colorado to receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments

Colorado to receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments

Colorado will receive $36.6 million in federal payments to local governments — Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILT) funding — for 2017.

Shoddy condo construction lawsuits in Colorado just got harder to file, but that doesn’t mean development slumber is over

Shoddy condo construction lawsuits in Colorado just got harder to file, but that doesn’t mean development slumber is over

Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday signed into law one of the most hard-fought compromises of the 2017 session — a bill that will make it more difficult to sue builders for shoddy condo construction.

In Colorado, gas line damage from digging happens as often as four times a day. Getting punished for it is much more rare.

In Colorado, gas line damage from digging happens as often as four times a day. Getting punished for it is much more rare.

Records show that in 2015 nearly 1,300 gas pipelines were damaged during excavation. The state that year issued no civil penalties or sanctions for any pipeline excavation violations.