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Colorado’s growing pains: From roads to water, here are 5 key issues as the state’s population swells

Colorado’s growing pains: From roads to water, here are 5 key issues as the state’s population swells

The mixed feelings about Amazon choosing Denver underscores the depths to which Coloradans are growing wary of the growing costs of the state’s prosperity.

Colorado’s growing pains: From roads to water, here are 5 key issues as the state’s population swells

Colorado’s growing pains: From roads to water, here are 5 key issues as the state’s population swells

The mixed feelings about Amazon choosing Denver underscores the depths to which Coloradans are growing wary of the growing costs of the state’s prosperity.

How Trump tax plan would alter mortgage interest deduction

How Trump tax plan would alter mortgage interest deduction

Each year, taxpayers subsidize America’s homeowners by roughly $70 billion, with the benefits flowing disproportionately to coastal areas with high incomes and pricey homes, from New York and Washington to Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Granby Ranch still owes $380K in delinquent property taxes

Granby Ranch still owes $380K in delinquent property taxes

Granby Ranch paid its business personal property taxes, but hasn’t paid its real estate taxes for two years so properties are headed for county tax sale.

Granby Ranch still owes $380K in delinquent property taxes

Granby Ranch still owes $380K in delinquent property taxes

Granby Ranch paid its business personal property taxes, but hasn’t paid its real estate taxes for two years so properties are headed for county tax sale.

Granby Ranch still owes $380K in delinquent property taxes

Granby Ranch still owes $380K in delinquent property taxes

Granby Ranch paid its business personal property taxes, but hasn’t paid its real estate taxes for two years so properties are headed for county tax sale.

Denverites define $2 million as the entryway to wealth, lower than national mark

Denverites define $2 million as the entryway to wealth, lower than national mark

Nationally, the “financially comfortable” mark was $1.1 million and the wealthy mark was $2.4 million, according to a online survey of 1,000 people. In metro Denver, financially comfortable was defined as $541,700 and wealthy as $2 million, according to a survey of 500 people sponsored by Charles Schwab.

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.