City Market employees at the North Avenue location have about 30 days in their current store before it shuts its door for good. NBC 11 News has learned that because of the North Ave store underperforming the corporation has decided to close its doors. It will do so on Dec. 11th. Meanwhile, City Market officials have assured their employees that they will have positions elsewhere within the company, including the new store on 24 Road.
Source: NBC 11 News (Posted 5:27p by Jim Kapp)
A series of burglaries, mostly affecting businesses and perpetrated late at night, have plagued Ridgway and Ouray since the summer. Just this past week there have been numerous break-ins. The Watch reports that the Ridgway Area Chamber of Commerce sent out a Member Alert earlier this month warning businesses to lock their doors and remove cash from their premises overnight. Investigations are ongoing by both the Ridgway Marshal’s Department and the Ouray Police Department…
Source: The Watch (Posted 5:28p by Jim Kapp)
Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper announced today Alan Salazar will be his Chief Policy and Political Director and R.D. Sewald will be Deputy Director of Legislative Services. Salazar is now a top aide to U.S. Sen. Mark Udall. He will start work for the Hickenlooper Administration in January. Sewald is now Director of Legislative Services and City Council Liaison for Hickenlooper at the City of Denver. He will leave the City on Dec. 1.
Source: Press Release (Posted 4:20p by Jim Kapp)
Colorado securities regulators have ordered a man hoping to open a ski resort on Pikes Peak to stop offering investments in the project. The Daily Sentinel reports that the Colorado Securities Commission says John Ball entered into a cease and desist order with regulators over investments in the proposed ski area on 320 acres on the west side of the mountain. Ball is the CEO of The Resort at Pikes Peak, LLC, also named in the order.
Source: Daily Sentinel (Posted 4:22p by Jim Kapp)