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Plastic bags at grocery stores will start to disappear on January 1

Beginning January 1, 2024, retail stores and retail food establishments will be prohibited from providing single-use plastic carryout bags to customers, unless… The retail food establishment is a restaurant or small store that operates solely in Colorado and has three or fewer locations. The plastic bags were purchased by the retail or grocery store providing …

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Townhomes and grocery store proposed for Marilyn Hickey property

On December 13, the City of Greenwood Village hosted a public input meeting for Alberta Development to get resident feedback and answer questions about a proposal to build 54 for-sale townhomes, attached in groups of three to seven units, along with a potential grocery store and other retail shops, at 8081 E. Orchard Road in …

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How the Colorado construction defects law has reduced the housing supply

The September event of the Engineering-Architecture-Construction-Trades (En.A.C.T.) group of the South Metro Denver Chamber, held at Rodizio Grill DTC, featured T.J. Carvis, AIA, LEED AP, with Gresham Smith architecture and engineering. His topic was the “history, impacts, and potential future revisions of Construction Defects legislation in the State of Colorado.”  According to burnhamlaw.com (Burnham), “Colorado …

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Greenwood Village will spend $5 million to bring fiber optic cable within reach of its residents

At its regular meeting on August 7, the GV City Council unanimously agreed to enter into a contract with Ting Internet LLC to install optic Fiber to the Premise (FTTP) across the City of Greenwood Village. The project is expected to take three years to complete. Digging in the right-of-way to install the FTTP will …

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LIquor licenses approved for two new restaurants in the King Soopers center at Belleview and Yosemite

At its regular meeting on June 5, the Greenwood Village City Council unanimously approved the issuance of liquor licenses for Oliver’s, an Italian eatery under construction at 4950 S. Yosemite Street, Suite F3, and Morning Story, a breakfast/lunch restaurant now open at 4930 S. Yosemite Street Suite D1C.  Although they are separate companies, the two …

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