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Southwest Mobile Storage is a family-owned shipping container business founded in 1995. Our strength for more than 25 years comes from the specialized knowledge and passion of our people, along with serving over 24,000 commercial, construction and residential customers. Our 90,000 sq. ft. facility and expertise in maintaining, manufacturing, and delivering corrugated steel containers are unrivaled in the industry.

While the rental side of our business is regional, with branches throughout the Southwest, our container sales and modification operations are nationwide and becoming global. Brighton, CO, offers a wide selection of portable offices and mobile storage containers you can rent, buy or modify.

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When you choose mobile storage containers over traditional storage facilities, you get more space for less, plus the convenience of onsite, 24/7 access to your valuables. And if you can't keep a container at your location, we offer you the flexibility to store it at our place instead. Rest assured, our high-quality storage containers will keep your items safe from weather, pests and break-ins. When you need to rent, buy or modify mobile storage containers in Brighton, CO, look no further than Southwest Mobile Storage.

Our certified experts modify conex containers to fit any of your business needs or events.

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When you own a business or manage one, it's crucial to have efficient, affordable ways to store inventory and supplies, whether it's to grow your business or adapt to changes in the market. Renting or buying storage containers to keep at your business eliminates the cost and hassles of sending your staff to offsite storage facilities. If you're in need of a custom conex solution, we'll modify shipping containers into whatever you need to grow your business. Whether it's new paint with your branding, a durable container laboratory for scientific research, or mobile wastewater treatment units,our unrivaled fabrication facility and modification expertshave you covered.

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We know how important it is for your construction company to have reliable, secure storage and comfortable office space at your jobsite. All our storage containers for rent in Brighton, CO, come standard with first-rate multi-point locking systems, so you can rest assured your tools, equipment and materials are safe and secure. We also understand that construction can run long or finish early. We'll accommodate your schedule, even on short notice, and will prorate your rent after your first 28 days, so you don't have to pay for more than you actually need. With us, you also won't have to deal with the hassle of a large call center. Instead, you'll have dedicated sales representatives who will work with you for the entirety of your business with us.

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Our ground-mounted mobile offices provide comfortable, temperature-controlled workspace without the extra expenses associated with portable office trailers, like stairs, metal skirting or setup and removal fees. Whether you only need one workspace, storage to go with it, or separate rooms in one container, we've got you covered. With our 500 years of combined container fabrication experience, rest easy knowing your mobile office is of the highest quality craftsmanship when you choose Southwest Mobile Storage.

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Best Brighton Afternoon Teas for National Tea Day on 21st April

Tea lovers, mark your calendars because on 21st April, it’s National Tea Day. Get ready for tea cups clinking, kettles whistling and tea fans coming together for a brew-tiful celebration!Tea strutted onto the scene in the British Empire in the 17th century, instantly becoming the UK’s go-to beverage. It was a symbol of class and sophistication and its popularity rose, helping to create iconic British traditions such as afternoon tea.National Tea Day is our chance to raise our mugs high and toast to this worldwide lo...

Tea lovers, mark your calendars because on 21st April, it’s National Tea Day. Get ready for tea cups clinking, kettles whistling and tea fans coming together for a brew-tiful celebration!

Tea strutted onto the scene in the British Empire in the 17th century, instantly becoming the UK’s go-to beverage. It was a symbol of class and sophistication and its popularity rose, helping to create iconic British traditions such as afternoon tea.

National Tea Day is our chance to raise our mugs high and toast to this worldwide love affair with tea. To make this year’s celebration extra special, Gemma Logan, party expert at Brighton events company Fizzbox, shares the best afternoon teas in Brighton.

Afternoon Tea Bus

Price: From £46 per person

Drinks included: 6 different teas

Location: Pool Valley, Brighton, BN1 1PN

Hop aboard the iconic British Routemaster RML 2333 and cruise through Brighton’s sights while indulging in a delicious afternoon tea. From the Palace Pier to the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Marina to North Laine, soak in the views as you tuck into freshly-cut sandwiches, cakes and classic scones with jam and clotted cream. You’ll enjoy six different teas as you enjoy your 90 minute journey and can make things even more special with gin cocktails or prosecco.

Afternoon Tea with Brighton i360 Ride

Price: From £39.85 per person

Drinks included: Pot of tea

Location: Lower Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2LN

Elevate afternoon tea game (literally!) with a trip to Brighton’s i360. Just imagine soaring 450ft above the ground in the sleek i360 pod, surrounded by jaw-dropping views of Brighton, the sea and the South Downs below. After your descent, it’s time to feast at West Beach where a reserved table awaits with a spread fit for royalty. Think sandwiches, scones and a selection of cakes to please your sweet tooth. Soak in the seaside scenery and relive your sky-high adventure.

Afternoon Tea at Revolution

Price: From £20 per person

Drinks included: Tea & a glass of prosecco or cocktail

Location: 77 West Street, Brighton BN1 2RA

Enjoy afternoon tea with a twist at Revolution on West Street. Dive into a delicious spread featuring cheeseburger sliders, crispy fried chicken, roasted cauliflower bites and more. Save room for dessert with tempting treats like cookie dough s’mores and chocolate brownies. With its lively vibe, Revolution promises a relaxed, fun-filled atmosphere with a glass of prosecco or a cocktail making things even more special. Of course, tea is also available for tea lovers!

Mobile Afternoon Tea Meal Kit

Price: From £20 per person

Drinks included: Tea & a bottle of fizz

Location: Your venue in Brighton

If you’re from the Brighton area but don’t fancy going out, the afternoon tea can come straight to your doorstep with this kit that’ll be delivered to your home or hired venue. Most treats are good to go right out of the box, but if a bit of assembly is needed, fear not because it’s as easy as pie. You’ll enjoy chorizo madeleines, smoked salmon tarts and tomato parmesan biscuits. Expect classic delights with a modern twist. And for the sweet tooth in you, there’s a variety of cakes, from chocolate choux buns to strawberry white chocolate cheesecake. Plus, don’t miss out on those essential scones with jam and cream!

Afternoon Tea-se

Price: From £50 per person

Drinks included: Tea & prosecco

Location: Brighton city centre

Ok, this one’s more than a bit cheeky, making it perfect for a hen party, birthday or get together with friends that’s full of giggles. You’ll be greeted by a suave, shirtless waiter ready to cater to your every tea and scone need for a full 90 minutes. You’ll be welcomed with a glass of bubbly prosecco each and as much tea as you’d like. Settle into your seats and indulge in a spread of scrumptious scones, cakes, and sandwiches. Plus, don’t forget to feast your eyes on the view. It’s a treat for all your senses!

Battery maker gets Brighton approval

Councilors gave their final approval to plans to reuse the former Sears warehouse on Bromley Lane as a battery manufacturer.Councilors approved rezoning the former Sears distribution center by a 5-2 vote on final reading at their Sept. 19 meeting after two hours of public testimony. The final vote followed closely with the final tally from the first reading on Sept. 5, with Councilor Ann Tadeo switching her vote from a no to a yes.Councilors Matt Johnston and Mary Ellen Pollack remained opposed. Pollack said she has not changed...

Councilors gave their final approval to plans to reuse the former Sears warehouse on Bromley Lane as a battery manufacturer.

Councilors approved rezoning the former Sears distribution center by a 5-2 vote on final reading at their Sept. 19 meeting after two hours of public testimony. The final vote followed closely with the final tally from the first reading on Sept. 5, with Councilor Ann Tadeo switching her vote from a no to a yes.

Councilors Matt Johnston and Mary Ellen Pollack remained opposed. Pollack said she has not changed her mind.

“There is so much craziness going on with green new deals and whatnot, but what do we really know?” Pollack said. “We know there is a lot of politics and we know there is a lot of money involved. But I have not changed my mind. I am going to continue to support the residents of that area and the city of Brighton.”

Amprius Tech announced in March its intention to occupy the empty former distribution center on Bromley Lane, setting up their new lithium-ion battery manufacturing facility in the 775,000-square-foot building. Their first phase would create 332 net new jobs in Brighton with an average annual wage of $68,516.

The batteries would be meant to power a variety of uses, including electrically powered aircraft.

The site is the former location of a Sears/KMart distribution center that contains 1.3 million square feet of space and parking but has been vacant for the past 18 months.

The previous zoning specifically limits the building’s uses to warehouses and distribution centers. Amprius hopes to get the zoning changed to allow industrial, commercial and public uses.

Brighton staff, from planners to utilities to the fire marshall, have reviewed the project, discussed it with paid consultants and have found the project to be sufficiently safe.

The facility would be located at 18875 Bromley Lane, just 600 feet south of Brighton’s Mt. Princeton St. and homes in the surrounding Brighton Crossings neighborhood and due north of Brighton’s water treatment plant. Brighton’s Planning Board advised the City Council to turn down the company’s proposal on Sept. 5, citing the project’s proximity to neighbors.

Neighbors of the proposed project accounted for the bulk of the public comments, saying they fear pollution from the plant and potential dangers if the lithium-ion batteries catch fire.

Neighbor Gilda Ramirez said her concern is for the schools and families that live north of the building. She said a problem at the plant could affect 1,832 students.

“That’s versus, 350 jobs this could create,” Ramirez said. “I’m sorry, but I not only feel for our children but also for those of us who own homes here that are already being affected. Does that mean anything to anyone?”

Jeremy Zamora said he thought it was a bad idea.

“Just for the simple fact that it’s a neighborhood you are talking about,” Zamora said. “It’s directly in a neighborhood. It’s not like it’s out in some field somewhere. It’s next to schools, people’s houses, communities and if this goes through, it’s going to force me to move. I don’t want to live next to Rocky Flats.”

But Councilor Peter Padilla said he spoke with a doctor of chemistry who lives in his ward and within about 1,000 feet of the facility. She told him that the facility would be safer than what exists there currently. He noted that Brighton’s fire department staff has also signed off and he said he’s inclined to trust staff and experts.

With the council’s approval, the company still needs permits from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Company officials said they plan to submit their applications to the state this fall. The company hopes to be operating by the beginning of 2025.

Brighton residents push back against re-zoning land poised for lithium battery plant

In a full room of Brighton residents on Thursday, concerns mounted into vocal frustrations as leaders with the planning commission considered a proposal to re-zone a distribution warehouse poised to become the site of a new lithium-ion battery plant."We're not ready to be anybody's experiment," said resident Jessie Williams.Williams is ...

In a full room of Brighton residents on Thursday, concerns mounted into vocal frustrations as leaders with the planning commission considered a proposal to re-zone a distribution warehouse poised to become the site of a new lithium-ion battery plant.

"We're not ready to be anybody's experiment," said resident Jessie Williams.

Williams is among a handful of residents who live near the site, known as the Mile High Logistics Center, which is also the former site of a Kmart distribution warehouse.

"Let's not poison our neighborhood, add to the pollution, take away people's security. Let's find the right company," said Williams.

After hearing from stakeholders involved in the ownership of the property, as well as the Development Review Committee's recommendation to approve the Planned Development application for the site, planning commissioners decided against recommending that city council move forward with the application.

Right now the area is only zoned for distribution and warehouse use, but the proposed PD would have paved the way for other uses of the property, such as commercial, civic and public use, industrial, wireless communication facilities, and manufacturing.

Residents, however, were ultimately fearful of the door this would open for Amprius Technologies' plan to build its battery plant.

"This building is designed and constructed to house hazardous materials," said Andrew Huie.

Huie is the Vice President of Infrastructure with Amprius Technologies.

"We acknowledge the neighbors' concerns and want to assure them that we will comply will all federal, state and local regulatory requirements. We are a highly regulated industry," said Huie. "We've had three open houses. We've met with roughly 40 plus neighbors."

Huie says the property has previously housed hazardous materials like propane, aerosols and oils, making it a facility that would be safe for industrial manufacturing.

During Thursday night's re-zoning discussion, presenters of the PD tried to quell safety concerns saying the proposal would require that hazardous materials be stored above ground and in such a way that allows for leak monitoring and emergency response. In addition, hazardous waste transport to and from the facility would only be conducted on Bromley Lane, away from the neighboring residential area.

"There's a lot of similarities between the existing warehouse distribution as well as manufacturing in terms of the hazardous materials. Everything is very well designed and contained."

For the residents that live adjacent to the property, however, they would rather see another type of development erected at that location.

"It doesn't change the fact that chemicals are still going to be there. They're not going to change the fact that should I want to sell my house down the road, I'm going to have to sell it at a huge discount," said Williams.

City council leaders could still go against the planning commission's recommendation and still approve the PD application.

"I would like to see that city council will side with us and all of our concerns," said Cat McQueen, another Brighton resident. "[We] are very concerned with this plant being adjacent to high residential areas, and for the schools in the area and the children in the area."

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USPS to host Job Fair in Brighton, CO

Brighton, CO — The Postal Service is hosting a job fair at the Brighton Post Office to fill multiple Positions for Carriers, Clerks and Mail Handlers.When: Thursday July 27, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Where: Brighton Post Office located at 90 N. 4th Ave.To assist potential applicants, USPS personnel will be on-site to provide detailed information about available positions, answer questions, and walk future employee through the application process step by step on-site. Sta...

Brighton, CO — The Postal Service is hosting a job fair at the Brighton Post Office to fill multiple Positions for Carriers, Clerks and Mail Handlers.

When: Thursday July 27, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Where: Brighton Post Office located at 90 N. 4th Ave.

To assist potential applicants, USPS personnel will be on-site to provide detailed information about available positions, answer questions, and walk future employee through the application process step by step on-site. Starting pay range is $17.32 - $20.05 per hour depending on the position, paid bi-weekly. Benefits include regular pay increases, paid vacation leave, health insurance, and growth opportunities.

The United States Postal Service, consistently named one of the most trusted brands in America, is hiring motivated and dynamic individuals to help us Deliver for America. We are committed to our workforce - beginning with providing great job opportunities for new employees, then continuing to provide advancement and career development.

The Postal Service offers competitive wages for pre-career entry level positions such as letter carriers, rural route carriers, mail handlers, mail processing clerks and retail clerks. In these entry-level jobs, new employees earn valuable experience that may qualify them for a full-time position, eventually leading to a long, prosperous, and fulfilling career.

Career employees can earn premium long-term benefits that complement good pay. Some of the benefits include:

USPS is an organization that promotes largely from within, offering career development to help prepare employees achieve their professional goals. Training programs include entry-level functional job-related training, technical hands-on learning, new supervisor training, and management-to-executive level development.

Postal Service positions open now include entry level, temporary, part time, and career opportunities that vary by geographical location. Take the first step into your future and learn about job openings in your area by clicking here: www.usps.com/careers.

The United States Postal Service is an equal opportunity employer offering a fast-paced, rewarding work environment with competitive compensation packages, on-the-job training, and opportunities for advancement.

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Restaurant Week will return to Brighton as annual event

BRIGHTON — Restaurant Week, introduced last year to aid small businesses in the wake of streetscaping, has become an annual event in Brighton.A community marketer says it was worth bringing back — this time, on newly constructed sidewalks with a revamped Mill Pond Park and other improvements.Rest...

BRIGHTONRestaurant Week, introduced last year to aid small businesses in the wake of streetscaping, has become an annual event in Brighton.

A community marketer says it was worth bringing back — this time, on newly constructed sidewalks with a revamped Mill Pond Park and other improvements.

Restaurant Week returns Monday-Sunday, Feb. 26-March 3. About a dozen restaurants are expected to participate this year. They'll offer special food pairings and drinks. Reservations are encouraged.

"We want to drive that traffic and keep that momentum going," said Denise Murray, former economic development and marketing coordinator for Downtown Brighton.

The event is organized by the Livingston County Visitors and Convention Bureau and RoamInDowntown, a real estate brokerage owned by Murray, in collaboration with local eateries.

"Brighton has this really good restaurant scene," Murray said. "In terms of where to go to dinner, Brighton should be on the map. We have this little gem of really authentic, original restaurants."

Even local artist Kat McButterfly is getting involved, creating artwork for Restaurant Week and producing short videos for social media with Murray.

Murray said the art project has drawn a lot of attention from diners. McButterfly has already painted art on the windows of several local business in Livingston County.

On Wednesday, Feb. 21, Steven Pilon, who co-owns downtown eatery El Arbol, looked over the paintings McButterfly has made so far, while she and Murray worked on sketches inspired by his eatery.

"Our revenue definitely was up (last year)," Pilon said. He hopes this year's event will generate a more than 20% boost in revenue, now that streetscaping construction is complete.

"I'm optimistically hopeful," he said.

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Last year, the event was held in July because the annual Taste of Brighton was postponed. Pilon said the end of February and early March is a good time to hold the event because it's typically a time when business is "dipping down."

More information on restaurant offerings, hours of operation, and links to reserve tables are available at restaurantweek.guide.

Contact reporter Jennifer Eberbach at jeberbach@livingstondaily.com.

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