As summer fast approaches, many of us are looking forward to using our community swimming pool areas. Unfortunately, due to the ‘old Covid-19, that may not happen, at least not any time soon. And, if the new draft guidelines on pools just released by the CDPHE come into effect, boards will have to determine whetherGo to Article
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Under the updated Safer at Home Order issued by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (“CDPHE”), which became effective May 26, 2020 and expires June 1, 2020, pools should still remain closed with one exception: personal training. Here’s a quick look at the relevant language of the Order: Section III.A.3 of the OrderGo to Article
After being required to adjourn on March 11, 2020 due the Public Health Crisis, the Colorado General Assembly was able to return to work on May 26, 2020. Given the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, the legislature is required to make very difficult decisions on the budget, including what bills will be moving forward and whatGo to Article
We all know that Colorado is now in phase 2 of the re-opening process. We’ve read that the virus isn’t going to go away soon. We’ve all heard that the method by which we lift the lockdown restrictions must be sustainable. You can look to the news, social media, various websites, the radio, etc. toGo to Article
Get over yourself. They don’t exist. So, let’s focus on priorities instead. As the Legal Administrator for Altitude Community Law P.C., my style, like many others in management, has always had an emphasis on being fair. Company policies provide expectations of all employees, regardless of Department and regardless of rank. Client servicing expectations do notGo to Article