Dean Moffatt of Sundesigns Architects has successfully completed the training and passed the exams to be a designer/installer of ground source heat pump systems by the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association.Moffatt first became interested in geothermal resources when visiting Glenwood Springs in the ’60s, and later became a member of the U.S. Geothermal Society and pursued projects in Glenwood.Sundesigns’ current projects include two 36,000-square-foot commercial buildings in Glenwood, homes in Aspen and Paonia and a lodge in Silverton.
Alpine Bank has added the Colorado Mountain College (CMC) Card to its Loyalty Visa Check Card collection. CMC and Alpine Bank are partnering together with the new card to help students overcome financial barriers and help better their lives through higher education. Each time the card is used, Alpine Bank donates 10 cents on behalf of their customer’s loyalty to the CMC Foundation for general scholarships that will benefit nontraditional students.
Carolyn Tucker of New Castle is the new community relations person for Shell Exploration & Production, and will be based in northwestern Colorado. Tucker, who has lived in New Castle for the past seven years, will engage residents, civic organizations and conservation groups to provide updates on Shell’s ongoing oil shale research efforts, as well as gather public input and answer questions. Prior to joining Shell’s team, Tucker gained a perspective on the oil and gas industry through four years as a workforce development coordinator for Colorado Mountain College, collaborating with industry groups and individual employers.
Bullock & Hinkey Real Estate is proud to announce Mike Cerise has joined the B & H team. Mike was born in Glenwood Springs and has lived in the area for almost 30 years. He served four years on active duty in the United States Navy and has implemented many of those core values into his real estate career. Mike prides himself on being concise and working diligently to meet or exceed the highest expectations of his clients. If you are looking to move in a new direction, let his knowledge and expertise guide you. Contact Mike today at 948-4642.
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After a local District Court judge issued what amounts to an eviction notice Monday, former Aspen mayoral candidate Lee Mulcahy said he’s giving up his standoff with the local housing authority and leaving town.