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April, 2021

Thursday
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Friday
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Saturday
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Sunday
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Monday
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Monday
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Tuesday
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Tuesday
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LWVCO Climate Emergency Water Committee members will meet online.

Want to be part of League‘s Climate Emergency effort? Contact Maggi Markey at 704-661-9072, maggimarkey@gmail.com.
Tuesday
6
(Virtual Zoom Event)
The Zoom link is included in your confirmation email.
5:30 PM
Wednesday
7
Wednesday
7
Zoom (link provided in confirmation email)
5:30 PM
Wednesday
7
Zoom. See the Home Page of this website for the Zoom link information.
5:30 PM
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Ali Vallarta,Rural Utah Project Development Director, will speak on "Combatting Voter Suppression in the Rural West: Where the streets have no name, the people have no vote!
1. Empowering underrepresented rural communities. 2. Rural Addressing Program to create plus-code addresses for rural areas. 3. Voter registration efforts of the Arizona project: "Hyper-local organizing" tools. 4.Current projects to address voter suppression in rural areas.
Thursday
8
Thursday
8
Zoom (link provided in confirmation email)
10:30 AM
Thursday
8
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
5:30 PM
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Join the Colorado Historical Foundation to learn about its recent project to identify places associated with the Women‘s Suffrage Movement in Colorado. The presentation will give an overview of the movement‘s history in the state beginning in the 1860s when Colorado was still a territory up through the state‘s role in the national suffrage effort that culminated in the 1920 ratification of the 19th amendment. Places around the state that are associated with the different eras of the movement will be highlighted, as will the plan to continue that identification effort moving forward.
Friday
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Friday
9
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Last day to submit a draft to the Secretary of State of a 2021 proposed initiative to be heard by the Title Board if the initiative is to be voted on in November. Due by 3:00pm.
Monday
12
Monday
12
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon the completion of registration
5:30 PM
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Denver Post investigative reporter David Migoya offers insights into the breaking of the story of sexual harassment and discrimination and contracts for silence at the Colorado Judiciary.
Monday
12
Zoom link to be posted on this website Home page.
5:30 PM
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Topics that CANNOT be discussed are fact-specific cases in which commissioners will be asked to render a quasi-judicial decision...to protect due process for all, e.g. land use applications like subdivisions, special event applications, liquor/marijuana license. Also can’t speculate about law enforcement investigations, nor comment on litigation: Packs of dogs or personnel issues.

Commissioners areas of responsibility:
Greg Felt -
COVID-19
Decker Fire Response/Recovery
Water Issues
Forest Health Council and CWPP Implementation
Chaffee Recreation Resource Protection Plan
Next Steps for Chaffee County Government
Chaffee Housing Authority

Keith Baker -
County Library District committee
Upper Ark Workforce Development Council
San Luis Valley Transportation Planning Region, Primary rep to Statewide Transportation Advisor Committee and representative to the Federal Highway Administration Central Federal Lands Program Decision Committee of Federal Lands Access Program app‘s.
Stage/Rail Trail Partner Board
Colorado Counties, Inc. Legislative Steering Committee
Chairman Public Lands Steering Committee
Member Public Lands Traveling Team
National Association of Counties delegate — includes NACo Western Interstate Region & various
committees
Member Wildfire Protection Council, Sustainable Recreation group, liaison to Transportation Advisory Board, Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments broadband steering committee

Rusty Granzella -
Upper Ark Area Council of Governments
Southern Colo Economic Development District:Lake County to Kansas Border
Salida Airport
Chaffee County Fair, Fairgrounds Board
Touber Building
CSU Extension
Chaffee County Visitors Bureau Board
Monday
12
Zoom.
You will receive the Zoom access link upon completing your registration using the REGIST
7:00 PM
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The Affordable Housing Team is hosting a panel presentation on the topic of mobile home parks and their place in the affordable housing picture in Larimer County. Panel members participating are:
John Kefalas – Larimer County Commissioner
Emily Gorgol – Fort Collins City Council Member
Deb Conklin – Mobile Park Resident
JC Ward – Mobile Home Park Resident Rights Team
Ryan Mounce – Manufactured Housing Zoning.
This meeting requires you to register using the REGISTER NOW button on the right. The public is welcome!
Tuesday
13
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LWVCO Climate Emergency Water Committee members will meet online.

Want to be part of League‘s Climate Emergency effort? Contact Maggi Markey at 704-661-9072, maggimarkey@gmail.com.
Tuesday
13
Virtual Zoom Meeting
(Link provided in confirmation email)
5:45 PM
Wednesday
14
This is a virtual meeting and a Zoom link will be sent to you in your registration confirmation emai
10:00 AM
Wednesday
14
VIRTUAL WEBINAR
REGISTER FOR THE MEETING LINK
5:00 PM
Wednesday
14
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
5:30 PM
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Learn about multiple bills affecting housing security that are currently moving through the Colorado Capitol!
Thursday
15
via Zoom -- link will be sent in confirmation email upon completion of registration.
5:00 PM
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Learn about:
-- which materials Leagues may like to promote news literacy to libraries or schools
-- what other leagues have done on the topic of journalism across the U.S.
-- potential creation of a survey to learn how Colorado is faring in reaching its voters
Thursday
15
Zoom. Register at
https://bit.ly/3syv5Nw
You will receive a link to join the meetin
6:30 PM
Monday
19
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In this era of partisanship, what will it take to decrease the divide and bring back productive discussions in politics for our future? Our country is faced with a future of increasingly fast change in a global world of complex relationships and problems. The truth of the future is that we have immediate problems to solve if we are going to exist in a viable form on this planet.
Wednesday
21
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No later than the third Wednesday in April, according to Statute 1-40-106(1)
Wednesday
21
via Zoom -- link will be sent in confirmation email upon completion of registration.
6:00 PM
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Presentation on SB21-199 by Sen. Sonya Jaquez Lewis, Sen. Faith Winter, and special guest Cesiah Hernandez.
Thursday
22
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Need an idea for celebrating Earth Day on April 22? Watch a free online showing of the film "I am Greta", a film about climate change activist Greta Thunberg. Hosted by Citizens Climate Education.
Monday
26
Zoom Meeting. The Zoom link will be included in the registrants confirmation email. Thank you.
7:00 PM
Tuesday
27
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LWVCO Climate Emergency Water Committee members will meet online.

Want to be part of League‘s Climate Emergency effort? Contact Maggi Markey at 704-661-9072, maggimarkey@gmail.com.
Thursday
29
via Zoom -- link will be sent upon completion of registration
5:00 PM
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Jill Tietjen, curator of the Google Arts & Culture exhibit Colorado Leaders of Democracy, presents brief biographies of 20 Leaders of Democracy who are inductees in the Colorado Women‘s Hall of Fame.
View the exhibit here: https://artsandculture.google.com/exhibit/colorado-leaders-of-democracy-colorado-womens-hall-of-fame/awLyMXHgiidXKw?hl=en
Thursday
29
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This day is a call to action by the League of Women Voters as we work to ensure that the public‘s voice is heard and the new redistricting maps are drawn fairly using 2020 census data.
Friday
30
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LWVCO Climate Emergency Task Force Committee of the Whole members will meet online.

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