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Residents, Longmont Housing Authority disagree on cause of disruptions at complex

Residents, Longmont Housing Authority disagree on cause of disruptions at complex

The Longmont Housing Authority inviting police dogs to substantiate drug rumors at a subsidized apartment complex marks a tipping point for several residents fed up with what they consider an unhealthy and disruptive living environment.

Lonetree Reservoir to close to the public in 2018

Lonetree Reservoir to close to the public in 2018

Lonetree Reservoir will close to the public next summer as Colorado Parks and Wildlife, which has operated a recreation area there since the 1970s, was outbid for the lease by a private bidder.

Jump in homes for sale in Denver provides relief for buyers stuck in seller’s market

Jump in homes for sale in Denver provides relief for buyers stuck in seller’s market

Added inventory could be a sign that the market is shifting to be more buyer-friendly, but experts do not believe prices will drop quite yet.

Jump in homes for sale in Denver provides relief for buyers stuck in seller’s market

Jump in homes for sale in Denver provides relief for buyers stuck in seller’s market

Added inventory could be a sign that the market is shifting to be more buyer-friendly, but experts do not believe prices will drop quite yet.

Lafayette halts Old Town development as officials weigh district’s reshaping

Lafayette halts Old Town development as officials weigh district’s reshaping

The 90-day moratorium, approved by City Council on Wednesday night as an emergency ordinance, will take effect immediately, according to city code.

Topgolf Thornton proposal lands in the bunker with judge’s ruling halting project

Topgolf Thornton proposal lands in the bunker with judge’s ruling halting project

A proposed 65,000-square-foot golf entertainment complex in Thornton has hit a major bump, after a judge ruled that the city failed to follow its own zoning laws when it granted a permit to Topgolf to move forward with the project.

Topgolf Thornton proposal lands in the bunker with judge’s ruling halting project

Topgolf Thornton proposal lands in the bunker with judge’s ruling halting project

A proposed 65,000-square-foot golf entertainment complex in Thornton has hit a major bump, after a judge ruled that the city failed to follow its own zoning laws when it granted a permit to Topgolf to move forward with the project.

Colorado faces massive shortage of construction workers. A fix won’t be easy.

Colorado faces massive shortage of construction workers. A fix won’t be easy.

Colorado’s construction industry is frantically trying to come up with a solution to meet the mounting demands of a growing population before circumstances become too dire. Some say they already are.

Colorado faces massive shortage of construction workers. A fix won’t be easy.

Colorado faces massive shortage of construction workers. A fix won’t be easy.

Colorado’s construction industry is frantically trying to come up with a solution to meet the mounting demands of a growing population before circumstances become too dire. Some say they already are.

Scrubbed of meth, flipped Longmont flophouse to be listed for sale at $425,000

Scrubbed of meth, flipped Longmont flophouse to be listed for sale at $425,000

Last year, Fort Collins house flippers Cat and Matt Gibson were lured to the classic cottage in the Historic Eastside residential neighborhood of Longmont for its infamous past as a flophouse and lesser-known early 20th century history.