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Mr Hendricks,
I apologize that you were not aware of the construction project. While we try to get information disseminated to the public we don't always reach everyone that has an interest. We did send out close to 300 mailings in December to the property owners in the area of CR 44H to update them on the project. I went back and looked at the mailing list and did not see your name on the list so I apologize if we somehow missed it when we did our search. I've attached the letter we mailed in case it helps provide you with information you are looking for. We also placed message boards at the CR 27/CR 44H intersection prior to the project beginning to try and inform folks who may not have gotten a letter in the mail but use the road.
We also update our website each month with the latest information about the various projects we have going in the county. I've attached the link to this site if you would like to look at this project or any of the others we have going.
https://www.larimer.org/engineering/current-projects/transportation-projects/project-status-reports
Please email me or call me if you have any questions.
Thank you
Rusty McDaniel - rmcdaniel@larimer.org

I can understand the confusion and will check in with the health department who guides the metrics we provide.

It appears the 5351 first dose count(now 6128) is being compared to the total of doses provided in the county, so of the 52,422 doses provided, 6,128 (15.4%) have been given to 70+ residents.

That is not 15.4% of all residents, or even 15.4% of the 70+ demographic. 


Going of July 2019 census estimates, our population is at 356,899, and 16.2 % of our population is in the 65+ age group ~ roughly 57,817.  If we truly wanted to get a rough estimate of % of the +65 / +70 who have received the first dose and fully vaccinated, we would use the our vaccination metrics and compare it to that population counts for that group.

So 6,128 first doses /  57,817 estimate -> 10.6 % of that population (65+ / 70+) ~ There are likely better sources of 70+ population, as census shares 65+ and is nearly 2 years old. But you get the just.


I will share the notes with the Health team and we will likely provide some clarifications / better descriptions on the data.


Cheers,

Gregg

A bit more digging and I think I found the fprm you mentioned: https://form.jotform.com/210036537020036

Will pass the notes along. 

Cheers,

Gregg

Hello David,

There are a few forms linked from our page on vaccine information: https://www.larimer.org/health/communicable-disease/coronavirus-covid-19/covid-19-vaccine

Can you please provide the web address or some more details on the form so we pass the note on submission issues to the correct team.


Thank you indeed,


Larimer County Web Services 

Thank you for the kind words Colleen. It is a team effort (Health and IT) start to finish. I will share your note with the team.

Cheers,

Gregg

// Director of Innovation and Insights, Larimer County

Link Fixed. Thanks for the heads up Eric.

Cheers,

Gregg