The department store’s property at the mall in southwest Longmont was valued at $2.9 million in June 2012, according to county records, a 22 percent decrease from the previous assessment of $3.8 million made in June 2010. Roberts defined “economic obsolescence” as the department store
Sport Clips Haircuts opened a salon at 2323 30th St. in Boulder. The sports-themed haircutting franchise will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Nonprofit organization First Nations Development Institute moved from 351 Coffman St. to 2432 Main St. in Longmont. Phone number remains the same, 303-774-7836.
One of the region’s premier business events will take place May 23 at the Omni Interlocken Resort in Broomfield. Mercury 100, honoring the fastest-growing private companies in the Boulder Valley, will unveil those companies that have achieved the greatest growth regionally. The list is compiled by the Boulder County Business Report’s research team, led by Mariah Gant.
Companies will be honored based on two-year revenue growth, from 2010 to 2012. Firms must be based in
That’s how we would describe the visceral reaction to the Colorado General Assembly’s passage of new renewable-energy mandates for rural electricity providers.
Senate Bill 252, which passed the Legislature last week, is in the hands of Gov. John Hickenlooper for signature. The bill requires rural electrical cooperatives, including Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association and Intermountain Rural Electric Association, to generate 20 percent of their electricity from renewable
The Dairy Center for the Arts hired Beth Smith as development coordinator. Previously, she was the development coordinator for the Children's Health Investment Program in Chesapeake, Virginia. The Dairy Center for the Arts is offers performing and visual arts experiences to the Boulder community. It hosts 15 resident arts organizations; it provides three performance theaters, three visual art gallery