Summit County business briefs: Natural Grocers hiring for planned Frisco location
With plans to open a new store in Frisco, Natural Grocers is looking to fill 15 temporary cashier positions, with an employment training set for April 17. A store representative said after a 90-day period, the new hires will be re-evaluated as to if they will see continued employment.
The new staff would start working at the store’s Dillon location for training and would be transferred to the Frisco store after the grand opening, and the Dillon location is closed. Applications may be sent electronically through naturalgrocers.com.
Final phase of Frisco’s Main Street revamp nears
The fourth phase of Frisco’s “Step Up Main Street” project will start next Monday, April 4, with construction stretching from Second Avenue to Fourth Avenue. The expected completion date is June 30.
The town will celebrate the start of the project at 9 a.m. April 4 just outside of the Visitor Information Center with burritos and coffee. For more information about the project, visit friscogov.com or call the Step Up Main Street construction hotline at (970) 668-0836 x9.
Participate in The Longevity Project
The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.
Learn how to manage your business
The Northwest Colorado Small Business Development Center will host a seminar on April 19, “Reviewing and Implementing Business Strategies for Success.”
The discussion will feature speakers Larry Stone, CPA and Ron Carlson, and will address topics for new business owners including business organization, payment, and hiring employees and independent contractors.
The seminar will be hosted in Dillon at 352 Lake Dillon Drive. The cost is $25; SBDC clients will receive a $5 discount.
Frisco approves Holiday Center remodel
Frisco Town Council unanimously approved a conditional use application for a proposed building remodel project at the Holiday Center Building, located at 1121 Dillon Dam Road on March 22. The remodel would include the addition of six residential units on the second floor of the commercial building, which would keep its commercial and restaurant tenant spaces on the first floor. A third story would be added to the building for additional bedrooms for four of the new residential units.
According to the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office, the registered agent for applicant Frisco Holiday Center, LLC is Denver-based firm Katz, Look & Onorato, PC.
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