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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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Good morning HBA Members, The link below provides information that lists counties with variances from CDPHE. This may be helpful to you and your businesses. https://covid19.colorado.gov/public-health-executive-orders/local-orders-variances Best Regards and hope you all had a terrific Memorial weekend!      

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Good Afternoon HBA Members, Below is an update from the Governor’s Office yesterday regarding the state’s response to COVID-19 and their testing strategy. If you would like to donate any PPE, the HBA is a collection site and we are partnering with health care provider organizations for any donations.  Please let me know if you’d…

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Chérie Talbert, CEO, HBA of Metro Denver

Dear HBA of Metro Denver Members, It is nearing one month that most of us started experiencing changes to the term “business as usual”.  Working from home, zoom meetings, re-adjusting budgets and workplans…none of us saw it coming and all of us are impacted. The HBA of Metro Denver is no exception. As a trade organization that represents…

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Good Afternoon HBA Members: I have good news…yes, good news today! The proponent behind the many state level anti-growth measures (Dan Hayes) has indicated this morning that his petition drive for 122 is over. He was quoted in the Colorado Sun. “Daniel Hayes, a Golden resident behind a ballot measure to limit housing growth in…

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Safety should always come first

OSHA Enforcement Guidance on Respiratory Protection & N95 Shortage due to Coronavirus https://www.osha.gov/memos/2020-04-03/enforcement-guidance-respiratory-protection-and-n95-shortage-due-coronavirus Please see the above link just released by OSHA updating guidance on respirator shortage issues and enforcement discretion to permit the extended use and reuse of respirators (not just for healthcare personnel but for the protection of workers exposed to other respiratory…

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Colorado voters in November may be asked to approve a severe growth limit in our state through Initiative 122. This statutory initiative would artificially cap annual housing growth Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Elbert, El Paso, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, Larimer and Weld counties. Initiative 122 would also make it easier in the other 53 counties and municipalities…

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CDPHE COVID-19 Construction Guidance 040120 Due to the unique issues related to supply chain, financing, contract deadlines, and public need, construction may continue under Governor Polis’ stay-at-home order as long as Social Distancing Requirements are followed on construction worksites. This is intended to allow for continuity of operations on critical infrastructure such as roads, rails,…

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