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Our very own Chip Parks army crawls through the muddy water.
July 21, 2012
CCI brought some mighty competitors to this year’s Colorado Survivor Mud Run race, held in Johnstown, Colorado.
This isn’t your grandmother’s walk in the park. This 5k race tests your ability to endure mud, sweat, and even the occasional tutu. Conditions were rough with the summer heat beating down, but that didn’t stop our team of green! GO CCI!
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If you’ve ever been to the Rockies’ 4th of July game (held on June 30th this year), you’ve had the chance to experience an earthquake of firework eruption. Not only is it an experience in itself to sit in the stadium and view the show up close from your seat, but the sheer abundance of explosives is enough to give anyone goose bumps. Fans from the North West side of the stadium piled into the field, filling the checkered green lawn to capacity, while waiting for the first glimpse of color to erupt into the night sky.
It’s scenes like this that give a picturesque view of America the Beautiful.
CCI now has more than half of the counties in Utah live on RealWare, CCI’s CAMA (Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal) Software, after three more counties go live.
“Every day we find more things we like about the product,” says Joe Thompson, Garfield County Assessor.
Morgan, Garfield, and Sanpete Counties went live on RealWare as of Wednesday morning, June 27th, following two days of on-site training. The CCI team has been working diligently to prepare databases, verify environments, and confirm processes in order to get these counties up and running.
“Now it’s time to get ready for the next four scheduled go lives in October,” Project Manager Angi Connolly said after announcing the exciting news.
All 29 Utah counties belong to an organization called MCAT, Multi-County Appraisal Trust, which works to unite the counties in standardizing the CAMA, reporting, and collection systems throughout the state. In September of 2010, CCI signed a contract with MCAT to implement the remaining 23 counties that were not previously contracted with CCI.
There are eight more counties slated to go live in 2013, rounding out the last of the CCI contracted Utah counties.