Gov't Affairs, Govt - Nation

The Not-so-FAST Act Update

The FAST Act, a five-year $300 billion transportation funding bill, was signed into late on December 4, 2015. Unfortunately, the bill is so complex that the U.S. Department of Transportation and Federal Highway Administration will need more time to issue guidance and rules explaining how the States can apply for and use the money. CDOT… Continue reading The Not-so-FAST Act Update

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Boulder, Govt Longmont

Longmont: Construction Defect Ordinance Debate

The Longmont City Council had a “pre-session” meeting on Jan. 12 during which supporters and opponents of construction defects legislation debated the issue. There was little time for questions and no public comments were allowed. Cherie Talbot of the Denver Metro Homebuilders Association told the Council that liability insurance for condominiums costs developers three times… Continue reading Longmont: Construction Defect Ordinance Debate

Gov't Affairs

NISP Officials Need to Hear from YOU

The Army Corps of Engineers is holding public hearings to gather input on the Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP) Environment Impact statement. Opponents of the project have already announced their intent to delay the project as long as they can. Northern Water officials say the appearance of supporters at the public hearings is crucial. Representatives… Continue reading NISP Officials Need to Hear from YOU