CML Newsletter

  • CML Releases Laws Enacted
    During the 2018 session of the Colorado General Assembly, CML tracked 263 of the 729 bills and resolutions introduced. Of the 43 bills that CML supported, more than 72 percent passed. Of the 29 bills that CML opposed, 100 percent were defeated or were amended such that the League dropped its opposition.
  • Building Great Places through Small-Scale Manufacturing
    Is your city or town interested in using small-scale manufacturing as a strategy to create economic opportunity, boost the prospects of Main Street, and build great places? Supported by the Economic Development Administration, Smart Growth America (SGA) is again offering free technical assistance designed to help communities incorporate small-scale manufacturing into their plans for revitalizing downtown or other close-in neighborhoods.
    CEBT in Rifle
    Colorado Oil Production and Oil and Gas Industry Employment
    CU Students
    Digital Trunked Radio Systems Grant Opportunity
    The Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) announced that the Colorado General Assembly overwhelmingly supported, and Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law, House Bill 18-1325, the "Digital Trunked Radio System Coverage Gaps" bill.
    Educating Youth on Basic Civics
    The Liberty Day Institute sees the Declaration of Independence as the promise and the U.S. Constitution as the fulfillment of American Liberty, and believes the only way to keep this promise for future generations is to impart upon today’s youth a good understanding of our nation’s founding documents, the history surrounding their creation, our political foundation, and how the Bill of Rights and additional amendments have played a significant role in our evolving history. The nonpartisan and nonpolitical Liberty Day Institute is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization since 1996 and is based in Denver. Its mission is to educate youth about the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.
    Eviction Rates
    Fort Collins at State Capitol
    Fort Collins Proclamation
    Funds Available for Gray and Black Market Marijuana Enforcement
    There is a new notice of funding availability for the Gray & Black Market Marijuana Enforcement Grant Program, effective June through August 2018, through the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA). The grants provide financial assistance through reimbursements to local law enforcement and district attorneys for actual expenses related to investigation and prosecution of unlicensed marijuana cultivation or distribution operations. The grant program has four  funding priorities: rural areas, large-scale operations, organized crime operations, and operations that divert marijuana outside of Colorado. Applications are due Aug. 31.
  • For Sale: Police Vehicle
    The City of Glenwood Springs is selling a 2009 Chevrolet Impala, unmarked police sedan package, fully loaded/up-fitted. For more information, contact Ricky Smith at ricky.smith@cogs.us or 970-384-6445.
    For Sale: Speed Humps
    The Town of Foxfield is selling two modular speed humps, 20 feet long by 3 feet wide, 2 inches high, never used. Cost is $650 each. Contact Randi Gallivan at clerk@townoffoxfield.com or 303-680-1544 for more information.