Had an amazing experience today joining Commissioners Chaz Tedesco, Mary Hodge and Erik Hansen along with Assessor Patsy Melonakis for a meeting with members from a Mexican delegation to discuss governance, elections and organizational reform. Adams County has come a long way in recent years and I am very proud of the work that has been accomplished.
If you have property in Adams County – PLEASE see the press release below.
Important to note -this error was made at the print facility, NOT in the Treasurer’s office.
New statements for the impacted accounts will go out tomorrow. THE PRINTER WILL INCUR ALL COSTS RELATED TO THIS ERROR.
Call me directly atif you have questions about your account and this issue.
Thank you for your patience.
Adams County Treasurer
E-Check payments online AND over the phone are now FREE!!!
8 WAYS TO PAY
• NEW! FREE Electronic Check Online at www.adcotax.com
• NEW! FREE Electronic Check By Phone atOption #2
• NEW! Credit Card by phone atOption #2 (fee applies)
• NEW! Drop Box –4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton Co 80601
• NEW! Money Gram – visit www.moneygram.com for participating merchants
• Credit Card Online at www.adcotax.com (fee applies)
• Walk In – M-F, 7am-5pm, 4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton Co 80601
• US Mail – Adams County Treasurer, PO Box 869, Brighton Co 80601
Colorado Gives Day – supporting Ralston house.
For more information regarding this amazing organization,
go to: www.Ralston house.net
Make sure your phone is charged and you take a snack – you could be in there for hours.
I met Brigitte 5 years ago, and she has been the most inspiring mentor. She’s seen my successes, she’s seen my failures, and she’s stuck beside me through it all. She is the person who I look up to and want to be just like. Independent. Head strong. Ambitious. Unafraid to tackle challenges. Fearless. The adjectives which can describe her are endless. I’m so lucky and blessed to have been able to meet her five years ago at the career expo.
If you’re planning to mail in your ballot this year, there’s a one-in-three chance it will need an extra stamp.
Twenty-four counties, including Boulder and Denver, have two-page ballots this year. That will require postage of 68 cents to mail in the ballot, versus 47 cents for one-page ballots that fall under the one ounce maximum.
Three counties — Denver, and Costilla and Rio Grande in the San Luis Valley — have multi-page ballots because they’re covered under a section of the Voting Rights Act that requires ballots to be written in both English and Spanish.
But plenty of voters have doubtlessly already mailed in their ballots, or will soon, without enough postage. Then what happens? Continue reading