Colorado Plans for Sports Betting Money

In May of 2018, the United States Supreme Court ruled in Murphy v. NCAA that the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was unconstitutional on 10th Amendment grounds. This ruling effectively gives states the ability to legalize sports betting and...

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Trump Signs DCP; IID sues MWD

On April 16th, the same day President Trump signed the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Authorization Act, California’s Imperial Irrigation District brought a suit against the Metropolitan Water District in Los Angeles Superior Court.  The suit alleges MWD...

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Thornton Sues Larimer County Commissioners

As expected, the City of Thornton filed a lawsuit against Larimer County commissioners on Tuesday in an attempt to overturn the board’s February decision denying the city’s pipeline permit. The February decision marked the second time Larimer County has blocked the...

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Northern Water, NISP, and WaterSecure

An ambitious and controversial plan years in the making is continuing to dominate North Colorado water news.  Northern Water’s Northern Integrated Supply Project is a $1.2 billion undertaking that will supply 15 area providers with 40,000 af of renewable water. NISP’s...

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Clark Farm (Weld County)

An hour’s drive from Denver and only 45 minutes away from DIA, the Clark Farm would make an excellent home or events space.Nestled on 72 acres in Weld County, the 5200 square-foot house has three bedrooms and a large downstairs area that can be converted into a dormitory. The kitchen is recently remodeled with granite countertops and high-end appliances.

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Sullivan Farm (Weld County)

Sullivan Farm is a fantastic development site comprised of 158 acres for single family and multifamily use.  Located adjacent to the Eaton Country Club and Hawkstone Development, it is less than 2 miles from Eaton’s downtown.  Currently, the town of Eaton does not require dedication of raw water until the certificate of occupancy is issued.

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Peakview Development (Larimer County)

One of the last PRIME commercial development sites in Fort Collins is located approximately ¼ mile from I-25 off East Mulberry Street. The site encompasses roughly 40 acres with 24+/- developable acres and the possibility of an additional 10+/- developable acres via the Cooper Slough Hunting Club, LLC.

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