Anyone ever dealt with Boulder Valley Towing? Opportunistic predators who charge twice what the "quality" company the city bankrolls for their "service".
Hope the owners of Boulder Valley Towing come up against some good old fashioned karma sometime soon.
Several beer gardens, yes!
The people have spoken. What do all of you want? Yet another vote? I guess we could do that.
Start all of the petitioning all over again, we'll spend a whole lot more money (and spending money is something some people really do like to whine about), and then once again Xcel will try to influence the election by spending more than any of us, but deny having done so (until caught red-handed).
Is that what you want? It's not what the majority wants. Sorry (for you).
The number of people playing doesn't affect the odds. The odds remain at 1 in 259 million. However, when more people play, your chances of having to share the jackpot do go up.
That's why I said "apparently it's worth 6.5M."
The house mentioned in the opening of the article is at 1002 Mapleton. Sure, it's a spectacular home with some of the best views in town, but 7.95M seemed like an absurd asking price. But what do I know? Apparently it's worth 6.5M. Somewhere, a realtor is still pinching herself.
I don't really get why it was acceptable/permissible for the police to enter the apartment forcibly. You allegedly stab a pole and then neglect to open the door, so they can kick it in?
Exactly, it seems odd that the police are releasing the partial plate, presumably to enlist the public's help in tracking down the van, when they (I would hope) have access to the DMV database.
Not too surprising, given the massive success papers like the New York Times have had with the digital subscription model. There's currently zero incentive to pay for the Camera, since all content appears to be available online for free. The challenge for the Camera will be demonstrating that it provides the value to justify the price. I hope they succeed.