Denver Health operates at $32 million loss, 90 days cash on hand
Denver Health operated at a $32 million loss in 2022 on a $1.4 billion budget, according to figures presented Thursday during the City Council’s 2024 budget hearings. What’s more, its cash on hand would only last 90 days, up from 75 days last year.
Teton Pass Corridor Study: Public Feedback Now Open
The Teton Pass Corridor Study, a pivotal document that could shape the future of the WY22 corridor, is now open for public scrutiny. With the deadline for public comments set for October 11, Teton County has urged residents and stakeholders to weigh in, ensuring that the final study truly reflects the community's needs and aspirations.
Trucker blasts Aurora mayor’s proposed parking laws
A proposed Aurora law that would crack down on truckers parking illegally in the city has raised the ire of at least one driver. On Monday, Mayor Mike Coffman introduced legislation at a study session that would make stricter Aurora’s laws regulating how long truckers can park. Denver recently changed its truck parking ordinance and Coffman wants Aurora’s to be at least as strict. ”You got to love how this works,” driver Charles Bolin said in an email. “Denver doesn't want trucks parked on the street outside of warehouses so they ban the trucks. We go to Aurora because it's the only other place left and they decide they don't want us so they pass an ordinance kicking us out, too.”
Multi-Million Deal in North Jersey
The Global Real Estate Firm Orchestrates a $4.62 Million Sale in Florham Park and a Crucial Lease Renewal for BROAD U.S.A. in Hackensack. Florham Park/Hackensack, NJ — Global commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield announced a dual accomplishment last week, with both a sale and a lease in North Jersey. The firm managed the $4.62 million sale of an 18,000-square-foot medical office building in Florham Park and a lease renewal that secures the headquarters of BROAD U.S.A. Inc. at 401 Hackensack Ave. in Hackensack.
Expansion of Morris County Vocational School at CCM
The new Career Training Center aims to expand vocational programs by 30% and provide specialized skill training to up to 500 additional students. Randolph, NJ— On September 27th at 10 a.m., the Morris County Vocational School District (MCVSD) will break ground for its new Career Training Center at the County College of Morris (CCM) campus in Randolph. The expansion aims to increase the school district's vocational operations by 30% and offer specialized training programs that will better prepare high school students for both college and career opportunities.
Connecting Rural Wyoming: Adtran and TCT Revolutionize High-Speed Internet
Adtran, a global leader in networking and communication solutions, has recently partnered with TCT to revolutionize internet connectivity in rural Wyoming. This collaboration aims to bridge the digital divide that has long plagued areas with low population densities, such as Wyoming and Montana.
Tensions Escalate Within House Republican Conference as Government Shutdown Looms
Tensions are running high within the House Republican conference as the September 30 government shutdown deadline approaches. Infighting among GOP members has spilled into the public eye, revealing deep divisions within the party.
Federal Funding Boosts Infrastructure Resilience in Bismarck, Mandan, and Lincoln
In a recent development, more than $73 million in federal funding has been allocated to several crucial projects in Bismarck, Mandan, and Lincoln. These projects are set to address key infrastructure and environmental concerns in the region. Let’s dive into the details of these initiatives and understand how they can impact these communities.
Crumbling Infrastructure in North Carolina: Potholes and Public Safety
This article was written with the help of AI. As you traverse the scenic byways of North Carolina, your driving experience can be marred by an unwelcome guest—potholes. While they might seem like mere nuisances, potholes in the Tar Heel State are raising disconcerting questions about roadway safety. As their numbers burgeon, public concern is mounting. Are these rutted patches more than a bane for your vehicle's suspension? Could they, in fact, be a burgeoning safety concern?
Texas' Problematic Infrastructure: Are Toll Roads the Answer?
This article was written with the help of AI. Ah, the open road—a potent symbol of freedom and a critical underpinning of any economy. In Texas, however, the romanticism of the open road is increasingly marred by a burgeoning reality: infrastructure that’s as fractured as parched earth after a prolonged drought. With congested highways and outmoded bridges exacerbating commuters' plight, it’s time to ask an exigent question: could toll roads be Texas’s road to redemption?
Empowering Infrastructure: Geosynthetics Types, Functions, and Applications
Geosynthetics are an essential component of the technical textiles industry, playing a crucial role in various engineering and construction applications. e2techtextile, a leading technical textiles manufacturer in the USA, specializes in producing high-quality geosynthetics for a wide range of uses. In this article, we will explore what geosynthetics are, the different types available, their functions, and their applications in the field of technical textiles.
U.S. Retail Sales Show Modest Increase in August Amid Rising Gas Prices
New York, September 15, 2023— Americans exhibited cautious optimism in their retail spending in August, with the Commerce Department reporting a 0.6% increase compared to a revised 0.5% rise in July. However, a critical retail category, excluding auto dealers, gas stations, and building materials, only saw a modest 0.1% growth, following a 0.7% increase in July. The surge in gasoline prices played a substantial role in this retail landscape, accounting for over half of August's inflation increase, according to the U.S. Labor Department, potentially impacting the upcoming holiday shopping season.
SkyWest Controversy: Wyoming Airport Woes
In a recent interview with Wyoming News Now, Casper Mayor Bruce Knell made headlines with his vehement opposition to allocating tax dollars to the billion-dollar airline, SkyWest. His comments have ignited a debate about the future of Wyoming's airport infrastructure and the role of Minimum Revenue Guarantees (MRGs) in sustaining commercial air services in the state.
Acting Gov. Way Signs Five Bills Into Law
Five pieces of legislation focusing on diverse aspects ranging from solar power deadlines to road construction materials receive the Governor's approval on September 12. In a legislative move that impacts various sectors in New Jersey, Acting Governor Way enacted a quintet of bills yesterday. These new laws address issues related to energy, legal representation, financial transparency, and road construction.
San Francisco's Aging Infrastructure Leads to Sinkhole Formation
In San Francisco, a series of unfortunate events unfolded, beginning with a water main break that led to the formation of a sizable sinkhole near the intersection of Fillmore and Green streets. This incident not only disrupted traffic and Muni lines but also inundated nearby homes and businesses with a surge of water.
Rutgers Maps NJ: New Coastal Resilience Tool
The Coastal Ecological Restoration and Adaptation Planning Tool aims to coordinate efforts against climate change-induced threats like rising sea levels and frequent storms. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced today the launch of a new online mapping tool, the Coastal Ecological Restoration and Adaptation Planning Tool (CERAP Tool). Developed in collaboration with Rutgers University, this digital platform will assist in planning and implementing projects to fortify the state's coastal areas against the impacts of climate change.
DEN Airport reaches milestone in greening effort
Denver International airport reached a sustainability milestone last month when it capped its final oil and gas well across the property. All 38 tank battery locations have been capped as part of a $12.5 million project. “The wells at DEN were the only wells located within Denver and this closure effectively ceases all oil and gas activities in our city,” Mayor Mike Johnston said in a news release. “This work aligns with our unwavering commitment to climate-aligned, sustainable policies and action to ensure Denver remains a top place to live.”
Electric Vehicles in Nevada: Assessing the State's Charging Infrastructure
As electric vehicle (EV) adoption continues to rise, the need for a robust charging infrastructure becomes paramount. This article aims to assess Nevada's charging infrastructure for EVs, highlighting its strengths and areas for improvement.
Sandoval proposes delaying sidewalk improvement program
Denver City Council member Amanda Sandoval wants to delay the implementation of the voter-approved sidewalk improvement program to June 2024. Sandoval will present her proposal Tuesday at the Land Use, Transportation, and Infrastructure Committee of the council. Among other reasons for putting off the project, the delay would give homeowners more time to plan for the added expense.