The Court had requested additional briefing from the parties in both cases earlier this month, signalling they would hear arguments on the case despite the Court going out of its regular term this week.
He told CBS4 on Wednesday he’s pleased with the city’s quick response to implementing the initiative.He’s also concerned the city could make changes in the coming months that would alter the original intent.A stakeholder group is being organized that includes electrical utilities, the fire department, economists and developers to look at the rules for green roofs and to see how they can change.Even old buildings looking at roof repairs are now forced to change if they seek a new roofing permit.“It sounds like such a good idea and that’s why it passed,” Black said.A hearing is scheduled on the draft proposal for Jan. “Maybe if we can find a way, more of a carrot and less of a stick, it might work out better,” Black said.
Jeff Todd joined the CBS4 team in 2011 covering the Western Slope in the Mountain Newsroom.
An act to amend Sections 27, 208, 1632, 1634.1, 2467, 2541.3, 2541.6, 2545, 2550, 2550.1, 2552, 2553, 2554, 2555, 2555.1, 2558, 2559, 2559.2, 2559.3, 2559.5, 2561, 2563, 3027, 4980.36, 4980.37, 4980.43, 4980.78, 4980.79, 4980.81, 4992.05, 4996.3, 4996.18, 4996.23, 4999.12, 4999.40, 4999.47, 4999.52, 4999.60, 4999.61, and 4999.120 of, to add Sections 4980..12.5 to, to repeal Sections 852, 2029, 2540.1, 4980.40.5, and 4999.54 of, and to repeal Article 16 (commencing with Section 2380) of Chapter 5 of Division 2 of, the Business and Professions Code, relating to healing arts.
(1) Existing law requires a Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation System (CURES) fee of $6 to be assessed annually, at the time of license renewal, on specified licensees to pay the reasonable costs associated with operating and maintaining CURES for the purpose of regulating those licensees.(2) Existing law establishes the Task Force on Culturally and Linguistically Competent Physicians and Dentists.
Since 2015 he’s been working across the Front Range in the Denver Headquarters.
The Supreme Court of the United States announced Monday that it will review the lower court injunctions blocking enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order barring travel from six Muslim-majority countries.
The executive order was the second issued on the matter.