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If I understand your post correctly, you had a judgment entered against you in October of 2010. The creditor is currently in the process of renewing the judgment.
This would make sense as Colorado judgments are valid for 6 years, if your creditor did not get the judgment renewed before October 26, 2016, the judgment would expire and they would be unable to enforce it any further.
Unless you have actually paid off the judgment (you said that your last payment was in March 2015, but did not say whether or not you had paid the debt in full), there is nothing you can do to stop the creditor from renewing the judgment - this will be granted automatically.
If you have paid the debt in full, but the creditor has not properly recorded a "Satisfaction of Judgment" - you can file a petition with the court to ask the court to enter one against the judgment creditor, but you must show that you have paid the full amount of the judgment, plus any collection costs (such as attorney's fees), and interest, that have accrued on the judgment.