But permitting delays pushed that date back — way back. “There was one guy, in particular, that was causing a lot of chaos,” Dulin says. “He’s no longer with the company” that Wheat Ridge uses for its reviewers and inspectors, he adds.
Nearly a year behind schedule, GetRight’s finally set to debut on May 19. The business got its start as a cottage bakery during the pandemic, gaining a loyal following that Dulin has worked to maintainduring the past eleven months of dealys. “Because we were stalled here, I was freaking out because we needed to make money. So we went really hard on pop-ups and kept building,” he…
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