An election cannot be successful without people who devote their time and resources just to make sure everything is perfect. At the same time, people who attend and gather for the event are still very much a big part of its success.
Winter conditions often impair visibility, making it hard for a driver to see and to be seen. If possible, avoid driving when visibility is low. If you must drive, use your headlights on low and drive slowly. Pull over to the side of the road if conditions worsen.
Cannabis oil is a concentrated extract from the cannabis plant. It can be made from pure tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), pure cannabidiol oil (CBD), or a combination of both. While cannabis use is legal in Colorado, employers still have the right to require drug tests and make their own policies about drug usage, including not hiring or firing employees who fail a drug test. This includes medical cannabis use, even for employees with a medical registration card.
Longer and warmer days make summer a good time for roadwork to begin. It also puts more drivers on the road. This can be a dangerous combination. Between 1982 and 2014, work zone crashes killed 24,745 people according to the Federal Highway Administration. There are precautions that both road workers and drivers can take to ensure that everyone on the road has a safe summer.
- Owners of truck/tractor vehicles sometimes interchange body styles and vehicle types by adding and/or removing the 5th wheel hitch/bed. The appropriate license plate to issue to this vehicle type is illustrated below.
- Title shows the vehicle as a truck-tractor (TT)
- The vehicle is issued light truck or GVW plates depending upon the weight of the vehicle.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Board of County Commissioners for approval of our Sales Tax Grant Application in the amount of $5,000.
These funds will be used to purchase portable outside ballot drop boxes and surveillance cameras for the towns of Crestone and Sargents.
We would also like to give a shout-out to the town of Center for allowing us to use their existing outside ballot drop box and security cameras.
Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles announces refund process for residents affected by December specific ownership tax miscalculation
DENVER, Tuesday, March 12, 2019 – The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, in conjunction with Colorado counties, has established a refund process for those individuals affected by a Specific Ownership Tax (SOT) miscalculation which caused them to pay a higher SOT rate when they renewed their motor vehicle registration.