Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/05/2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Poncha Springs Town Hall


Realtors® of Central Colorado
145 Sabeta Avenue
PO Box 129Poncha Springs CO 81242
719-539-3381

Contact: Cathy Chochon, Realtors® of Central Colorado, Board of Directors member,719-207-3651 phone cathy@firstcolorado.com
Salida, Colorado – The public is invited to a 3 hour informational course on wells and septic systems with Kurt Jones, Chaffee County Extension Director, on April 5th. Hosted by the Realtors® of Central Colorado (ROCC), the training will be held from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at thePoncha Springs Town Hall located at 330 Burnett Avenue in Poncha Springs.“Many people moving into the area have never lived without public utilities and do not understand the importance of regularly testing water quality, maintaining their water and septic systems, and identifying potential problems,” said Cathy Chochon, member of the ROCC Boardof Directors. “This course will inform property owners on everything from permitting and placement, to events that threaten their water and septic systems.”Realtors® of Central Colorado (ROCC) serves the largest region of Realtors® in the state. Aspart of ROCC’s strategic plan, board members are working “To serve and support members and inspire excellence, thereby enhancing our communities.”The Professional Development Workgroup of the Realtors® of Central Colorado (ROCC)coordinates trainings for members on a monthly basis to enhance member knowledge of real estate specific topics. This training is being opened up to the public in an effort to educate current and future rural homeowners.Individuals interested in attending the training can register through EventBrite by accessing the Realtors® of Central Colorado website at rocc.realtor and clicking on the first bullet “Join our public informational Wells & Septic course”. The fee to attend the event is $30. Registration is required by April 2nd, as seating is limited to 60 attendees and training materials will be provided

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