Borirello Rocks! Great pizza, best since NY!
Losing a home to a fire is a tragedy at any income level. My sense is that some people are comparing this disaster to a hurricane Katrina for example. The hope would be that the people affected in Colorado have insurance that will help them rebuild and the community will be there for them.
CSU is an awful company that doesn't care about people. Everytime I get a bill is is depressing. Rates keep rising, and how wastewater costs more than freshwater is still a mystery to me. I also find their advertising offensive as people in town have no choice in providers. Clearly someone is profiting!
Rudy's rocks! Great people, great food, great local success story!
Great article Kirsten! It is so inspirational to see how creative people embrace technology, and actually profit.
Lou Smit was always professional and true to himself. He always did what he believed was right and never was concerned about what was popular. He was a rock for so many victims' families and never gave up on a case. He believed that when he entered the great beyond and encountered a victim he represented, the greatest honor would be for them to say, "Well done, friend, well done."
Someone's bitter, and didn't even pay to see it.
I have yet to have someone from CSU be able to explain how my wastewater fee exceeds my water fee and use every month. Furthermore, as a public entity I find their advertising a complete waste in a no-compete market. Even with my efforts to conserve energy in an older home, my bills keep getting higher. In this economy, utilities shouldn't be a luxury, they should be affordable.
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