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2021 MHC Voters Guide Now Available

Click image to download Voter Guide The Metro Housing Coalition (“MHC”) actively interviews and meets with candidates seeking elected office in local governments across the region. For the upcoming November 2, 2021 Election, the MHC interviewed 60 candidates for mayor and city council seats in 12 municipalities where we have active home builders and members.…

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The HBA Advocate Newsletter | October 5, 2021

Jobsite Safety Committee Hosts Another Successful Safety Fair! On September 21, the HBA Jobsite Safety Committee hosted its annual Safety Fair in Central Park Denver. While last year’s Safety Fair was canceled due to COVID-19, this year’s event was executed with veteran precision, and a great time was had by all. General Air, Hi-Ball Crane,…

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COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Webinar Sept. 30th 9:00am

FREE VIRTUAL WEBINAR Thursday September 30, 2021 ~ 8:00 – 9:00am The Colorado Home Builders Association, Rocky Mountain MCA, Rocky Mountain NECA, SMACNA Colorado, Associated General Contractors and Colorado Contractors Association are offering a webinar to address the new and continually changing COVID-19 vaccine mandates. The announcement on September 9th by the White House is…

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CAHB/HBA Immigration Townhall

A Community Discussion About Everything You Need To Know About Immigration. Presentations and discussion will be led by Joy Athanasiou, an immigration attorney and policy expert, Michelle Ferrigno Warren, a national community organizer with expertise in faith & economic based immigration policy and advocacy and will feature the perspective a directly impacted individual in the…

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The HBA Advocate Newsletter | September 7, 2021

Referred Measure Proposed by Castle Rock Would Impose New Excise Tax on Residential Development On August 15, the Castle Rock Town Council referred  four ballot measures to provide additional resources for police, fire, parks and open space. Castle Rock voters will decide each measure this November. Among the ballot questions is a $7 per square…

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MHC Political Forum September 29th

Request Info on Tickets or Tables The Metro Housing Coalition proudly presents the 2021 Political Forum. HOUSING ATTAINABILITY: THE BUILIDNG BLOCKS FOR TRANFORMATIONAL CHANGE Moderator: Jeff McGovern, President, Colorado Land and Housing Development, Brookfield Development Panelists: Jan Kumann, Mayor, City of Thornton | Peter Benson, Senior Vice President, Koelbel | Peter Lifari, Executive Director, Maiker…

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Industry Call to Action! Contact the State Electrical Board on GFCI HVAC Nuisance Tripping

Industry Call to Action: Contact the State Electrical Board on GFCI HVAC Nuisance Tripping In June, the Colorado State Electrical Board adopted a variance delaying implementation for one year of Sections 210.8(F) of the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) due to concerns around excessive nuisance tripping our homeowners are experiencing.  In July The State Electrical…

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The HBA Advocate Newsletter | August 3, 2021

Referred Measure Proposed by Castle Rock Would Impose New Excise Tax on Residential Development  The Castle Rock Town Council continues to move forward on a proposed referred ballot measure to provide additional resources for police, fire, parks and open space. The proposed ballot question passed unanimously on First reading on July 10. The $7 per…

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HBA Advocate Newsletter | July 6, 2021

CBRC Hosts (In-Person) Roundtable on Denver NZE Initiative Last month, Pella hosted CBRC’s quarterly Builder Round Table on Denver’s Net Zero Energy (NZE) New Buildings & Homes Implementation Plan. The main purpose of this plan is to reach net zero energy for all new construction by 2030. The extensive goals are: • The 2024 Building…

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US Department of Labor Implements Initiative to Conduct Random, Weekend Safety Inspections to Protect Construction Workers From Falls, Trench Collapses

‘Weekend Work’ initiative will identify safety concerns in 10 counties  DENVER – As work at construction project sites increases in Colorado’s Front Range, more workers may find themselves exposed to falls and trenching and excavation hazards. Over the last two years, at least six workers have suffered fatal falls, and nearly a dozen excavation collapses and…

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