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Week Of Special Interest 06/19/19
 
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By La Voz Staff
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06/19/2019

Aurora extending survey deadline

Artists/creatives in the metro area now have through June 30 to complete an Aurora survey on affordable live-work housing, studio and other creative work spaces.

The Aurora Cultural Arts District and the city of Aurora, in partnership with Artspace, the nation’s leading nonprofit arts developer, are conducting the survey at AuroraCreativeSpaceSurvey.org. This is the second phase of an effort started in 2017 related to artist live/work space in Aurora.

Artspace visited the city that year and conducted a preliminary feasibility study involving tours, focus groups and meetings with the community to gather information about the need for and interest in an artist live/work project.

The survey is supported by the Gates Family Foundation.

PUC to review Xcel’s proposed tariff

The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has set for hearing a request by Xcel Energy to implement a new rate structure for electric vehicle charging for large commercial and industrial customers.

Xcel filed a request on May 25 to implement a new, time-of-use tariff that would be available to large commercial and industrial customers charging their own electric vehicles or who provide a charging service to third parties. Xcel stated that the proposed tariff would not directly affect any other service or customer class.

The proposal aligns with Gov. Jared Polis’ Executive Order, issued in January of this year, to support widespread transportation electrification, as well as Senate Bill 19-077 which, in part, directs utilities to propose new electric vehicle charging rates for commercial and industrial customers.

PUC staff requested a hearing on the proposal to further investigate the reasonableness of the various components of the proposed rate structure, the robustness of the load data used to establish the rate, and to evaluate any potential cross-subsidization between customers who take service under the rate and those who don’t.

All documents associated with the proposal can be found in the PUC’s E-Filings system https://www.dora.state.co.us/pls/efi/EFI_Search_UI.search by entering 19AL-0290E in the Proceeding Number box.

Comments on the proposal may be filed via the PUC website at www.dora.state.co.us/pacific/puc/puccomments.

Lakewood’s priority services on new website

Finding what services and information residents need from Lakewood’s website has become easier than ever with the launch of the new www.Lakewood.org.

The city’s most requested services appear on the homepage such as a contacting customer service, submitting a non-emergency police report, booking a tee time and others. The services will be rotated based on seasonal needs and user demands, creating a service-focused website.

Our Government

White House


President Trump’s Message on the 244th Birthday of the United States Army: “As Commander in Chief, I am pleased to join our grateful Nation in celebrating the 244th birthday of the United States Army. From the Revolutionary War to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the United States Army has been instrumental in ensuring that America remains a shining beacon of hope and freedom around the world.”

Colorado Governor

Governor Jared Polis signed an Executive Order to increase vaccination rates in Colorado. The Governor was joined by a bipartisan group of legislators and public health officials today as he signed the Executive Order at Colorado Children’s Hospital Uptown in Denver.

“What we’re proposing is a third way - expanding education and access to vaccines - which will lead to more kids being vaccinated while respecting the right of parents to make their own health care decisions,” said Governor Polis.

Denver Mayor

To account for the human and financial toll of the nation’s opioid addiction crisis, the City and County of Denver joined other U.S. municipalities in asking a federal judge this morning to create a unique “Negotiation Class” to speed along and maximize settlement talks with opioid drug manufacturers.

“I applaud our City Attorney’s Office in supporting this creative, unprecedented legal request,” Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock said.

 

 

 

 

 
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