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Morgan Cullen HBA Director of Government Affairs

Cullen will represent homebuilders in front of 34 local governments Morgan Cullen, HBA of Metro Denver Director of Government Affairs The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver (HBA) has tapped Morgan Cullen as its Director of Government Affairs. Cullen, who started with the HBA on Monday, will be responsible for outreach and interaction for the…

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The Small Business Administration and U.S. Treasury Department have released new regulations on the expanded Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) as amended through the $900 billion coronavirus relief package that was enacted into law at the end of December. The coronavirus rescue package provides relief for small businesses from burdensome loan forgiveness requirements; creates a “second…

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Several new labor and employment laws and regulations will go into effect for employers starting on January 1. Please review the following links or forward to your Human Resources team. It is important that your business understands these changes and makes the necessary preparations. The following are links to the new laws and regulations set…

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New initiatives to focus on advocacy and value-added membership The Home Builders Association of Metro Denver (HBA) has elected Angela Harris as its 2021 president. Angela Harris is CEO and Principal of TRIO, one of the fastest-growing design and merchandising firms in the nation. TRIO collaborates on all aspects of master planned communities, model homes,…

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DENVER—The Colorado Association of Home Builders (CAHB) and the Home Builders Association of Metro Denver announced today that they will enter into a Shared Management Agreement beginning on December 1, 2020, with the CAHB’s current CEO Ted Leighty becoming the leader of both HBAs. The state and metro Denver HBAs will remain separate entities with…

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With COVID-19 incidence rates climbing across Colorado, putting stress on hospitals, public health systems and health care workers, Gov. Polis Wednesday announced a change to the state’s COVID-19 risk dial, changing the Red (Severe Risk) Level and adding a Purple (Extreme Risk) Level. The new dial will go into effect on Friday. However, several counties…

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COVID-19 cases are rising across Colorado and in Denver, leading Denver Mayor Michael Hancock last Friday to issue two new public health orders addressing face mask requirements and public and private gathering size limitations. In Denver, face coverings are now required for all indoor and outdoor activities and meetings with limited exceptions like organized athletic…

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Download your 2020 MHC Election Guide Here! The Metro Housing Coalition (“MHC”) Board of Directors met late last month after a robust and well attended candidate vetting process to decide on the 2020 fall election cycle contributions and endorsements. A candidate that goes through the MHC process is eligible for consideration toward a variation formula…

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The past six months have certainly been difficult for our state. Colorado — and our state’s citizens, businesses, schools and nonprofits — have risen to the challenge to contain this pandemic, keep our communities safe and healthy, and maintain our economy. Homebuilders have embraced Colorado’s spirit of collaboration and cooperation to defeat COVID-19 —while keeping…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our day-to-day lives in numerous ways — physically, socially and emotionally. Homes have been central fixtures throughout the crisis, and will continue to be as communities move forward in the months ahead.

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