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Brighton, CObizwest.com

Brighton commercial site sells for $3M

BRIGHTON — A nearly 80-acre property off of Gun Club Road and Bromley Lane in Brighton recently changed hands for $3.05 million. The property is home to 8,500 square feet of commercial space, fully leased to SiteOne Landscape Supply Co. and Red Truck Tree Farms Inc. The seller of the...
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Greeley, COThe Tribune

Volumetrics leases new space in Greeley

GREELEY — Volumetrics Inc. has signed a lease for a new location at 1616 Second Ave. in Greeley. The new location is approximately 7,480 square feet of industrial and office space. The company was previously located at 3320 Center Drive in Milliken. Volumetrics is an oil and gas service provider...
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Louisville, COcoloradohometownweekly.com

Louisville leaders put off Retail Ridge hearing, vote until next month

Local residents will have to wait a week for a chance to chime in on the latest development proposal for Louisville’s Redtail Ridge site. Tuesday’s City Council meeting ran late, and an ordinance to approve general development plan amendments was one of the last items on the agenda. City staff had an hour to present a report on the Redtail Ridge proposal, but the meeting was continued until Aug. 3 before a public hearing or vote could occur.
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Boulder, COcoloradohometownweekly.com

Tebo Properties hires CEO

Now that Stephen Tebo has a CEO to help steer the ship at Tebo Properties Inc., he can relax a bit and cut down his hours to “part-time” — 40 hours a week. “Compared to the 65 hours a week I’ve been working my whole life, 40 hours is like part-time,” he joked in an interview with BizWest Tuesday.
EconomyColorado Daily

Flood insurance brokerage raises $15.5M Series A

Specialized insurance brokerage reThought Insurance Corp. has completed a $15.5 Series A fundraising round led by Hudson Structured Capital Management and ArcTern Ventures. The company’s niche is writing flood coverage for complex mid-tier commercial risks and high net worth properties. “The raise will provide funding for the continued development of...
Financial ReportsDaily Camera

Surna sees sales soar as firm returns to profitability

Surna Inc. (OTCQB: SRNA), a Boulder-based manufacturer of growhouse equipment for the cannabis industry, had a solid second quarter in 2021, posting the second highest revenue total in company history and returning to profitability. According to preliminary quarterly results published Wednesday, Surna had sales of $4.5 million in the second...
Boulder, CODaily Camera

Boulder biometric security company IDmission raises $1.8M

Biometric security company IDmission LLC has raised $1.8 million in equity and debt funding, according to documents filed Wednesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Founded in 2011, IDmission developed a full suite of biometric identification technologies, machine learning systems and search abilities to help protect their customers’ data. It...
Lakewood, COReporterHerald.com

June sports betting falls from May, but was more than year prior

LAKEWOOD — Colorado sports gamblers bet nearly $230 million during June but less than the month prior, according to the Colorado Division of Gaming monthly report. The total handle for June 2021 was $229,764,688, nearly an 8% decrease over the total handle of the prior month, May 2021. Total taxes collected in June from sports betting wagers was $1,186,454.
Longmont, CODaily Camera

Haas Foundation provides FRCC with manufacturing scholarships

The Gene Haas Foundation has awarded Front Range Community College $17,500 in grants to support student scholarships and other program needs at the college’s Center for Integrated Manufacturing. The scholarships will help students prepare for jobs in the manufacturing industry, including in precision machining. The shortage of skilled machinists in...
Johnstown, CObizwest.com

Johnstown Heights begins accepting patients from public

JOHNSTOWN — A new behavioral health center with new owners and new staff has opened in the space previously operated by a center that the state shut down in 2020. Summit BHC, a Franklin, Tennessee-based provider of behavioral-health and addiction-treatment services with two facilities in Colorado, has opened Johnstown Heights Behavioral Health LLC at 4770 Larimer Parkway. The facility was purchased in December, opened for first patients in May and as of Monday began accepting patients from the public.
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