Tag Archives: Larimer County

A Voice of Colorado No. 369 Version 5.0:

One of the best known architects in the Larimer County, CO. area in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was Montezuma Fuller, whose output was prolific.

Among his accomplishments was the C.B. Andrews House – McHugh House, located at 202 Remington Street, in Fort Collins, CO., which was built in 1889.

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A Voice of Colorado No. 367 Version 5.0:

One of the best known architects in the Larimer County, CO. area in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was Montezuma Fuller, whose output was prolific.

Among his accomplishments was the C.V. Benson House, located at 614 West Mountain Avenue, in Fort Collins, CO., which was built in 1906 – 1907.

A Voice of Colorado No. 365 Version 5.0:

One of the best known architects in the Larimer County, CO. area in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was Montezuma Fuller, whose output was prolific.

Among his accomplishments was the A.A. Edwards House, located at 402 West Mountain Avenue, in Fort Collins, CO. It was built in 1903.

A Voice of Colorado No. 363 Version 5.0:

One of the best known architects in the Larimer County, CO. area in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was Montezuma Fuller, whose output was prolific.

Among his accomplishments was the Edgar D. Avery House – Moore House, located at 316 West Mountain Avenue, in Fort Collins, CO. It was built in 1901.

A Voice of Colorado No. 361 Version 5.0:

One of the best known architects in the Larimer County, CO. area in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was Montezuma Fuller, whose output was prolific.

Among his accomplishments was the E.W. Reed House, located on Linden Street, in Fort Collins, CO. It was built in 1892.

A Voice of Colorado No. 359 Version 5.0:

One of the best known architects in the Larimer County, CO. area in the latter part of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries was Montezuma Fuller, whose output was prolific.

Among his accomplishments were the M.W. Fuller Apartments, located at 322 South Howes Street, in Fort Collins, CO., which were built in 1905.

A Voice of Colorado No. 358 Version 5.0:

Fort Collins Senator John Kefalas, a Democrat, has made the official announcement that he will seek to replace Larimer County Commissioner Lew Gaiter in the 2018 election, who is seeking the governorship in 2018. The district up for representation covers roughly one-third of the northern portion of Larimer County. .

Mr. Kefalas has represented Fort Collins in the Colorado Senate since 2012, and served in the state House of Representatives for six years prior to that position. Because he is term-limited he cannot seek re-election when his term expires in 2020.

Among his reasons for running for Larimer County Commissioner Mr. Kafalas cited affordable housing, multi-modal transportation, behavioral health services, public safety, and the environment.

A Larimer County Commissioner currently receives more than $110,000 per year.