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As some Colorado mobile home parks mull selling, resident co-ops seek to become their own landlords

When Colorado lawmakers recently turned their attention to mobile home parks for the first time in decades, one particular bill inspired some residents to start thinking big — beyond the chronic battles with park owners over rising rents and questionable evictions. A new provision in the Mobile Home Park Act, which went into effect in […]

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Colorado is behind on targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions. How far should the state push industry to get there?

The Polis administration is set this month to complete its “roadmap” for cutting Colorado’s greenhouse gas emissions, but critics question whether the route is clear enough — and the milestones realistic enough — to get Colorado where it needs to go. In a nod to some of the challenges, air quality and energy officials are […]

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Coronavirus drives blistering sales of Colorado mountain homes, sets 2020 as historic high mark

Prices are at record highs. Supplies of mountain homes for sale have never been lower. Across Colorado’s high country, resort community real estate sales have set records since July. Through October, the total real estate sales from six Colorado resort counties are nearly $1 billion greater than all sales last year.  “It’s Biblical,” George Harvey, […]