There’s so much going on with the Legislature, it’s difficult to keep up. From Construction Defect bills to waiting to
In place of the regularly scheduled February Women in Business meeting, the Women Making a Difference Luncheon was held on
The February Government Affairs meetings started with Legislators’ updates. Sen. Nancy Todd (SD28) proposed bill SB17-038 – which seeks to
On January 9, 2017, The Chamber’s Government Affairs committee held the Pre-Session Legislators’ Breakfast at The Community College of Aurora.
Healthy cooking and healthy eating definitely go hand in hand, and we all know that there’s a lot of food
A pilot project and transportation funding, are these related? The answer is a resounding ‘Yes,’ they are – and here’s
Just in time for the ballots to drop on October 17, 2016, the Young Professionals welcomed Melissa Osse with Axiom
Amendments, regulations, and ballot issues can be confusing for voters and for business owners needing to implement them once passed.
On September 7, the Chamber’s Transportation committee heard from Adams County Intergovernmental Relations Manager Jeanne Shreve about the County’s transportation