NoCo Newsletter | Chrisland 4/11/18

By April 11, 2018News
Northern Colorado Prospers Update 3/29/18: Transportation Funding Bill Passes Through Senate Unanimously; Moves On To House



Bankruptcy settlement would mean new owners for Embassy Suites in Loveland

Dick’s Sporting Goods, Loft plan openings at Foothills mall (opening around August 1)

Wellington restaurant scene growing with Sonic, Taco Bell

Elitch’s development project could redefine Denver skyline

Fort Collins car dealership is old, not historic, City Council rules

Spring home-selling season starts with a bang in metro Denver

Prices Keep Rising for Apartment Properties, Forcing Investors into Smaller Markets


Fed minutes: ‘All’ members see higher GDP and inflation, and more rate hikes

Underlying Inflation Shows Signs of Pickup in U.S.


Making room for Mulberry Street in Fort Collins: Future annexation creates new tax base, new worries

Low snowpack, high storage offers mixed message for Northern Colorado water supply

Election 2018: Windsor, Timnath, Wellington elect town board members

Municipal election results: Johnstown council incumbents all win re-election, plus more

Here’s the controversial tax practice by Amazon that’s got Trump so upset


Chrisland is a proud sponsor of Colorado State University’s Ram Good Time Auction on Saturday, April 21st at 6:30pm, at the Colorado State Stadium: click here to purchase tickets

Chrisland is a proud sponsor of The Community Foundation of Northern Colorado’s Annual Celebration of Philanthropy on Thursday, May 3rd, from 4:30pm to 8pm, at Embassy Suites in Loveland: click here to purchase tickets

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