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Colorado Springs man allegedly scammed dozens out of $13 million, bought houses and cars

Colorado Springs man allegedly scammed dozens out of $13 million, bought houses and cars

A Denver judge has shut down a Colorado Springs real estate firm over allegations it’s principal bilked more than $13 million from dozens of Coloradans who thought they were investing in rental properties but instead fueled the owner’s lavish lifestyle, state securities officials announced Thursday.

Developer of drug treatment facility at Lodge and Spa at Cordillera sues residents for discrimination under ADA

Developer of drug treatment facility at Lodge and Spa at Cordillera sues residents for discrimination under ADA

The developer behind a $136 million plan to develop a high-end drug treatment center at the former Lodge and Spa at Cordillera has sued homeowners opposed to the project, arguing a violation of federal discrimination laws.

Denver renters facing eviction soon could receive financial aid – and stay in their homes — through new city program

Denver renters facing eviction soon could receive financial aid – and stay in their homes — through new city program

Denver will provide tenants facing eviction in the city’s hot housing market with financial aid to help them avoid losing their homes, Mayor Michael Hancock announced Tuesday.

Denver renters facing eviction soon could receive financial aid – and stay in their homes — through new city program

Denver renters facing eviction soon could receive financial aid – and stay in their homes — through new city program

Denver will provide tenants facing eviction in the city’s hot housing market with financial aid to help them avoid losing their homes, Mayor Michael Hancock announced Tuesday.

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

An Eagle County District Judge has dismissed a last-chance lawsuit filed by residents of Vail Valley’s luxury Cordillera neighborhood opposed to plans to convert their community’s centerpiece lodge into residential drug treatment facility.

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

An Eagle County District Judge has dismissed a last-chance lawsuit filed by residents of Vail Valley’s luxury Cordillera neighborhood opposed to plans to convert their community’s centerpiece lodge into residential drug treatment facility.

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

An Eagle County District Judge has dismissed a last-chance lawsuit filed by residents of Vail Valley’s luxury Cordillera neighborhood opposed to plans to convert their community’s centerpiece lodge into residential drug treatment facility.

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

Eagle County judge rejects last-stand lawsuit by Cordillera residents seeking to block drug treatment facility at former lodge

An Eagle County District Judge has dismissed a last-chance lawsuit filed by residents of Vail Valley’s luxury Cordillera neighborhood opposed to plans to convert their community’s centerpiece lodge into residential drug treatment facility.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success largely rate depended on one factor: attorneys.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success largely rate depended on one factor: attorneys.

In Denver County eviction court, landlords have an attorney about 90 percent of the time. Tenants, on the other hand, are represented by counsel about 1 percent of the time.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success rate largely depended on one factor: attorneys.

Denver landlords tried to evict nearly 8,000 households last year. The success rate largely depended on one factor: attorneys.

In Denver County eviction court, landlords have an attorney about 90 percent of the time. Tenants, on the other hand, are represented by counsel about 1 percent of the time.