Due to the recent hail storm, 26 students from Adams City High School were unable to attend a public hearing to be recognized for their public service to Commerce City families.
Today I delivered Proclamations signed by the Adams County Commissioners to those 26 students at Adams City High School. This past tax season, they volunteered their time to serve 423 families resulting in $1 million in federal and state refunds.
I sat next to Coach Karl during the City of Thornton Business Appreciation Event!
He was a hit with both the women and men.
Sharing the successes of our students and school district at the “Reach for the Stars Gala” benefiting the Five Star Education Foundation”.
A full house with Chris Gdowski Emma Pinter Shannon Jackson Bird Anita Louise Seitz Chaz Tedesco Steve O’Dorisio Herb Atchison
Good stuff is happening in Commerce City!!!
This was an impressive event – full house!!!
Commerce City Business Appreciation Awards Breakfast recognized businesses in four categories this morning.
“Read Across America Day” meant I got to enjoy an hour reading to one first grade and one second grade class at Mesa Elementary this morning.
Best time ever!!!
Save a Child, Serve a Child
Do No Delay!
Reserve Your Spot Now!!!
Police Chief Lee Birk
& Honoring Law Enforcement and First Responders
Proceeds benefit CASA
ADAMS COUNTY FREE TAX PREPERATION PROGRAM (sponsored by the Treasurer’s department) HAS MOVED!!!
One great location, longer hours, and plenty of parking,
OUR SITE OPENS JANUARY 30th!!!
NO APPOINTMENTS REQUIRED!
We are located in the west wing of the Adams County Government Center
Monday & Wednesdays 9AM – 3PM
Conference Room Clear Creek E
Please park on the west side of the building.
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’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