Date(s) - September 17, 2019
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Code Enforcement, ESA and HAP
Juan S. Flores
Juan S. Flores, a military retiree after 21 years, joined the City of Fountain as a Code Enforcement Officer in 2000. He has been the department Supervisor since 2001. He has been a member of the Colorado Association of Code Enforcement Officials (CACEO) since 2000 and has served on its Board of Directors from 2004 – present. Juan was elected twice to serve as Vice-President 2006 – 2009 and elected four times to serve as President 2009 – 2016. He is a certified Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector and is recognized as a Community Volunteer Project Coordinator.
I have been in the private practice of law since 1976. My practice emphasizes landlord tenant law, representing only landlords, and collection law. I represent a large number of management companies and individual owners dealing with properties primarily located in El Paso county. I do several hundred evictions each year. I have taught several seminars on landlord tenant issues, and I counsel and represent real estate companies and their property managers on all Landlord/Tenant/Owner issues.
Katherine Roby has been the Executive Director of the Housing Authority of the City of Fountain, CO since 1994 where she oversees the operations of all Housing Authority Programs including, the Housing Choice Voucher Program, a Public Housing Development for seniors and the disabled, a Section 8 Multifamily Townhome Project and an affordable Housing Community. This experience has given Katherine an understanding of both landlords and tenants. In addition, Katherine has participated on the Board for the Fountain Urban Renewal Authority and on the Housing Advisory Board for the Southern Colorado Aids Project. Prior to working in affordable housing, Katherine was the Deputy General Counsel for the New York City Department of Business Services.
Vendor registrations for Tables are handled thru the Affiliate Co-ordinator.
Remember early registration ends at midnight on September 10, 2019.
Cancellations in writing must be received by the Treasurer only, no later than midnight the Thursday before the event. Checks and cash always welcome at the door. Credit/debit can only be used on line.
Late registrations, and at the door are at a cost of $35.00. A Registration means a lunch will be prepared for you, that the Chapter has to pay for. Therefore payment is expected at time of service.
No refunds for non-attendance.