Acres Green

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First established in 1973. The Acres Green Home Owners Association (AGHOA) is a not-for-profit corporation and as such must file reports every two years to the Colorado Secretary of State and must file corporate taxes with the IRS. Reports are filed every two years as required.

The purposes of the Acres Green Home Owners Association are; to work towards the physical and social improvement of the neighborhood; to attempt to prevent any deterioration of the neighborhood; to develop a sense of community within the neighborhood; to aide, assist, represent, and advance the interests of the owners and residents of the neighborhood through all lawful means; and to promote the health, safety and welfare of the owners and residents of the neighborhood, and surrounding areas.

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Master Roofer

Need a new roof or a repair? Please call or email for our extensive clients list in your neighborhood. Horn Brothers Roofing has been serving your community since 1984. We also have an A1 rating with... more
Started: April 1st 2014Replies: 0

Sewer Lines in Acres Green

Does anyone have experience or suggestions on repair or replacement of sewer line?  I had a minor tree root problem which is turning into a big problem. Now I need the have the line cleaned every... more
Started: February 4th 2013Replies: 0

Suggestions & Comments

Those wishing to make suggestions and comments to the officers, board members or to the content of the Greenleaf must include their names. Comments or suggestions given with out names will be deleted... more
Started: October 11th 1999Replies: 0

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Egg Safety
Eggsthumb The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced July 16th, 2009, a regulation expected to prevent each year 79,000 cases of foodborne illness and 30 deaths caused by consumption of eggs contaminated with the...
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Negative Information on Your Credit Report
Creditwomancomputer120 How long does negative information stay on your credit report? When Good Credit Scores Go Bad The two most important factors in establishing good credit are paying your bills on time and avoiding negative...
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