Sunday, September 23, 2007
Steamboat Springs Rebecca Ferguson and Michelle Diehl of Century 21 Ski Town Associates in Steamboat Springs recently earned their Graduate Realtor Institute designation.
To earn the designation, Ferguson attended a specific, intensive series of at least 90 hours of classroom instruction, which covered subjects including contract law, professional standards, sales, marketing, finance and risk reduction. The designation is intended to educate brokers about local, state and national real estate practices that affect them, their clients and customers.
The designation is seen as a way to advance a Realtor's professional image, and those who earn it are members of the National Association of Realtors.
Groups certified for water-use management
The Commercial Property Group and Central Park Management have been awarded silver certifications from the Mount Werner Water & Sanitation District for their efforts to manage the water use of their client properties.
This is the first time the water district has awarded its certification to commercial property management groups.
"The addition of Commercial Property Group and Central Park Management to the district's certification program broadens the program and demonstrates that everyone in the community can participate in water conservation," said Jay Gallagher, district general manager.
Employment verification law topic of discussion
Colorado's new employment verification law will be the topic of a roundtable discussion at Howelsen Lodge on Monday afternoon.
Joseph Herrera, a compliance officer with the Division of Labor will lead the discussion, which is being sponsored by the Steamboat Workforce Center. The discussion is scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. and those who wish to attend should RSVP with the workforce center by calling 879-3075 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.