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Experience the best Colorado offers at the Timbers at the Pinery



Experience the best Colorado offers at the Timbers at the Pinery

Homebuyers can find the “quintessential Colorado experience” at the Timbers at the Pinery near Parker.

“People land at DIA and think they’re in Kansas,” says Trent Getsch at Timbers at The Pinery. “But then they see a place like the Timbers and say, ‘This is what we were hoping for.’”

Timbers at the Pinery offers luxurious custom homes nestled in a forest of ponderosa pine trees on large-acre lots that provide spectacular mountain views, plus plenty of open space and extensive trails for walking and biking.

With a shortage of available homes in the Denver area, the development is working to provide inventory, Getsch says. But the Timbers’ ranch homes typically sell before they’re listed.

Right now, four homes are under construction, and five custom lots are available for immediate sale. It’s not too late to select some of the finishing touches for the homes under construction, or buyers can start from the beginning and choose one of the Timbers’ 13 builders to develop their home.

If you still want to move into a new home in 2022, Getsch has a few options for you to consider.

Available homes

For example, the 4,740-foot Sterling Home walkout ranch is available now for $2,075,000. The four-bedroom, five-bath house features a main floor master suite with adjoining laundry, a chef’s kitchen, a secondary/prep kitchen, a great room, an informal dining room, and a covered deck. The lower level includes a large family room, three bedrooms, three baths, and a covered patio.

Another option for buyers to consider is a 5200-square-foot walkout ranch from Summerwood Homes for $2.4 million that will soon hit the market.

Or you could consider the 5,000-square-foot JW Luxury Homes walkout ranch on an acre and a quarter that will be ready for move-in this fall.

The Timbers’ ranch homes appeal to everyone from young families with kids to active empty nesters, Getsch says.

“One-level living is appealing and with a finished basement, you can have more bedrooms, more bathrooms, and a family room. They’re functional for entertaining and transcend any particular demographic,” he says.

The Timbers draws a mix of people relocating to Colorado and buyers who want to move away from the Denver metro’s congestion.

Appealing amenities

In addition to spectacular views and lots of open space, the Timbers is conveniently located 25 minutes from the Denver Tech Center and 40 minutes from Denver International Airport.


Latest Update Regarding Re-registration Of Outside Vehicles, Miseries Faced By The Owners | Details Here



Latest Update Regarding Re-registration Of Outside Vehicles, Miseries Faced By The Owners | Details Here

Latest Update Regarding Re-registration Of Outside Vehicles, Miseries Faced By The Owners | Details Here

As per a circular issued by RTO Kashmir on 27-03-2022 it was made mandatory that all those vehicles which have Non-local registration and are purchased outside the UT of Jammu and Kashmir must be re-registered within 15 days in J&K as per the Motor Vehicle Act and Central Motor Vehicle Rules and levying token tax on them.

Accordingly people of different sectors, who had purchased such vehicles outside the UT of Jammu and Kashmir approached the concerned RTO offices for re-registration of such vehicles, however the process of paper work for registration was initiated in such offices and necessary documents were received from the owners of such vehicles, but till date none of the re-registration was successfully accomplished by any of the RTO’s in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir.

“This is perhaps because of the fact that as per the statement of Commissioner Secretary to the Transport department, there is presently no provision under which the department can realize “tax again” on a motor vehicle on which a life time tax has already been paid in other State, thus there seems a sort of deadlock in the Department for re-registration of such vehicle”, said one of the owner.

Meanwhile, the owners are in a state of desolation, as in every nook and corner of the UT, they are being fined hefty amounts by the Traffic Police and many a times such vehicles are also being seized for want of re-registration.

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Toeing the line becoming a tipping point for Jimmy Butler, Jayson Tatum in Heat-Celtics East finals



Toeing the line becoming a tipping point for Jimmy Butler, Jayson Tatum in Heat-Celtics East finals

The series started with Jimmy Butler staking claim to the foul line and the Miami Heat staking claim to the early lead in these Eastern Conference finals against the Boston Celtics.

With Butler 17 of 18 on free throws in Game 1, the Heat set the tone.

The pace was theirs, with ample time to then set their defense.

By Game 2, the footing was more equal, only a late flurry of garbage-time free throws by Victor Oladipo somewhat evening the ledger in that Heat loss.

Since then, since Butler has been limited by a balky knee?

Game 3: Celtics 30 free throws, Heat 14.

Game 4: Celtics 38, Heat 14.

For his part, Butler took the high road in the wake of Monday night’s 102-82 Game 4 loss at TD Garden.

“I think we just got to be more physical,” he said, with the Heat turning their attention to Wednesday’s 8:30 p.m. Game 5 at FTX Arena. “When you shoot a lot of jump shots, which we tended to do [Monday], it’s hard getting to the free-throw line. I think we have to be more of a forceful-type team, getting into the paint, not shying away from contact, and playing from the inside out.

“Whenever we do that and not shoot as many jumpers, we might get fouled a little bit.”

Oladipo thought something otherwise might have to be considered.

“I guess sell it more,” he said with a smile. “Continue to keep attacking and putting pressure on them and the refs.

“Hopefully we can get some of those calls. But just got to continue to do a better job collectively with everything on both ends of the floor.”

During the regular season, the Heat averaged 21.4 free throws per game, 19th in the NBA, with the Celtics 24th and 20.9.

In the playoffs, the Heat rank 12th in the 16-team field in free throws per game, the Celtics seventh.

For the Heat, when it comes to the foul line, it often is boom or bust with Butler. And lacking his burst due to his sore right knee, there were just two free throws in his abbreviated Game 3 appearance, none Monday night in Game 4.

Tatum, by contrast, was 14 of 16 from the line Monday in his 31-point performance. And that, in turn, allowed the Celtics to set their defense.

“He was able to get into gaps, get angles and draw fouls,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said of the Celtics All-Star forward. “That was the toughest part. He was able to get into a good rhythm just by seeing the ball go in from the free-throw line quite a bit.

“It wasn’t like the explosions that he’s had after some of the losses previously in the playoffs. It was more about living at the free-throw line and being able to get us out of position.”

Center Bam Adebayo said it now is the Heat’s turn to flip the foul-line script, with neither team yet to string together consecutive victories through the series’ first four games.

“I think we just got to get in the paint more,” he said after his passive Game 4 that included only five shots “Figure out the way they are calling the game and adjust to that.”

Which is what Tatum did in Boston’s series-tying Game 4 victory.

“They are really crowding our guys on the perimeter, and so sometimes you’re just going to have to break the play and be aggressive and get downhill,” Celtics coach Ime Udoka said. “Did that from the start. Then they went to smaller lineups where they don’t have a lot of rim protection there, so we were really trying to get to the paint, attack. And obviously getting 14 or 16 free throws for him is huge.”

Tatum said his path to the line was created through force.

“I think just being aggressive, right?” he said. “Obviously from last game, whether it was from myself, teammates on the defensive end, just have a different burst of energy for myself, and it led to free throws and finding other guys for open shots and things like that.”


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Here are 2 things you should watch for at Jets’ OTAs this week



Here are 2 things you should watch for at Jets’ OTAs this week

Get ready Jets fans. Phase three of Gang Green’s offseason has started with OTA’s kicking off this week.

The Jets entered the offseason with a plethora of assets to infuse their roster with talent and they succeeded in acquiring players who can supercharge their rebuild after finishing 4-13 in 2021.

The Jets have 10 OTA practices over the next three weeks, which are all voluntary. Then mandatory minicamp begins from June 14-16.

Robert Saleh said there won’t be as many 11-on-11 sessions to lessen the load on the defensive and offensive linemen, which means more 7-on-7.

But here are the two more intriguing storylines to follow during OTAs.


Around this time last year, Wilson joined the Jets as the No. 2 pick — after dominating in his final year at BYU — and big expectations were made.

Wilson will enter the coming season with legitimate questions surrounding him after a rough first year, in which he tossed nine touchdowns, 2,334 yards passing with 11 interceptions, and completed 55% of his passes.

The second year QB won’t be graded with the rookie curve anymore. He must hasten his development with the Jets in year two of their rebuild if they hope to one day be AFC contenders. OTAs will be a decent checkpoint to evaluate his growth.

There isn’t much within OTAs that will positively or negatively quell the questions though. If Wilson looks terrible, it wouldn’t be an indictment and if he tears up the Jets defense, it wouldn’t put him in the Hall of Fame.

Wilson will have days when he produces tantalizing throws as he’s lightly pressured by the defense — no pads means a lower level of difficulty for QBs.

But what is most important is how Wilson’s mental processing looks. He must orchestrate the offense by showing strong command of the playbook and guiding his teammates into the right spots.

And he should go through his progressions with a higher level of efficiency, reducing the amount of time he holds the ball while reading the defense before firing bullets across the field. That’s something he struggled with last year.

Those small details matter way more and are harder to catch during non-padded practice.

What should help is the improved pass catching talent around him, the three receivers who could objectively demand No. 1 receiver targets: Corey Davis; Elijah Moore, a second year promising talent; and Garrett Wilson, the No. 10 overall pick in 2022. Free-agent signings Tyler Conklin and C.J. Uzomah should revive the Jets tight end position — which was a wasteland over the last a decade — as Conklin and Uzomah combined last season for 110 catches, 1,086 yards and eight touchdowns.

These are the building blocks of Wilson’s continued development into the franchise’s guy.


The Jets revamped their cornerback room when they added D.J. Reed and the 2022 No. 4 overall pick, Cincinnati’s Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner.

During OTAs, all eyes will be on this duo to flash the playmaking ability that led to the Jets acquiring them. Gardner and Reed must challenge the Jets starting trio of Garrett Wilson, Davis and Moore and make Zach Wilson’s life slightly harder during practice.

It’ll make both parties better.

Last season, the Jets had Bryce Hall, Brandin Echols, Isaiah Dunn, Javelin Guidry and Michael Carter II at cornerback. It was a decent group, but Jets brass knew the unit still needed to be addressed.

When QBs threw to wide receivers outside numbers last year, the Jets allowed 1,419 yards, fourth most in the NFL, according to Next Gen Stats. Along with a passer rating of 101, ninth highest.

Another issue was defending on third down.

When QBs targeted Hall in those instances, QBs had a passer rating of 129 as he allowed three touchdowns and 22 receptions on 31 targets. Echols allowed a passer rating of 96 with 11 receptions on 18 targets but didn’t allow a touchdown.

With Reed and Gardner in the mix, those issues could dramatically improve.

Reed — who agreed to a three-year free agent deal with the Jets — finished with two interceptions and 10 pass breakups in last season.

QBs completed 49% of their passes when throwing in his direction, which was fifth lowest among CBs. QBs also finished with a passer rating of 69 when they threw in Reed’s direction and he allowed only three touchdowns and 474 yards in coverage.

Reed’s strongest trait was in zone coverage. He logged a passer rating of 67.6 in zone, which was 27th best among corners, according to Pro Football Focus. He allowed 30 receptions for 338 yards and one touchdown.

The 6-2, 190-pound cornerback was viewed as arguably the best corner prospect in the draft. Gardner is a long physical with elite athleticism and he allowed zero touchdowns in his college career.


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