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Dacono almost free building permits To encourage residents of Dacono to upgrade and improve their residential properties, Dacono City Council will temporarily reduce the amount of …
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Dacono almost free building permits
To encourage residents of Dacono to upgrade and improve their residential properties, Dacono City Council will temporarily reduce the amount of certain fees associated with issuing building permits during the month of June. Fee reduction will apply towards the alteration, repair or improvement of existing residential structures. Fee reductions also apply to the erection, alteration, repair or improvement of structures associated with existing structures, such as garages, additions, carports, sheds and fences.
Dacono residents must still obtain all necessary permits prior to beginning a project. To qualify for reduced fees, residents must meet the following requirements (where applicable): The building permit must be issued before June 30; the permit must be for the alteration, repair, improvement or addition to an existing residential structure or the permit must be for the erection, alteration, repair or improvement of a structure associated with an existing residential structure.
Local artist’s work
featured at Colorado Community Bank
The Carbon Valley Recreation District and the Colorado Community Bank, 5855 Firestone Blvd., Firestone, present a new art exhibit featuring Ronald D. Goodman, of Frederick, with recreation district art instructor Sophia Goss. The art may be viewed during normal banking hours, and most pieces of artwork are for sale. Goodman took his first watercolor painting class with CVRD in the fall of 2008. He graduated from Pratt Institute in 1958 with a bachelor of arts degree in architecture. After graduation he worked for nine years at a large international firm designing hospitals, colleges and office buildings. He began his own practice in 1968. Multifamily residences, parks, office buildings, U.S. post offices and New York state agencies were typical project types. He has been awarded several local and national design awards; several projects were published in trade magazines. His Great Neck home was featured in the Long Island newspaper. He retired in 1994 and moved to Niwot where he was able to fulfill his dream of designing and building all of the furniture for his home.
About five years ago, he began figure drawing utilizing live models, another goal not possible during a busy professional practice. For the first three years he used only monochrome, black pencil, and then eased his way into color, beginning with colored pencil and watercolor pencils. Many of the watercolors and colored pencil drawings shown were executed last winter in Arizona. Contact the Carbon Valley Recreation Center and speak to Goss for information, 303-833-3660.
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