Council Studies Sign Code Revisions

The Greeley City Council got its first look at the revised Sign Code on September 28. Council member Sandi Elder said as a whole the Council is supportive of the revisions although several members asked staff for changes to liberalize proposed regulations pertaining to election signs. However, there was little discussion regarding real estate signage.Continue reading “Council Studies Sign Code Revisions”

Council Approves Language for Street Tax Measures

The Greeley City Council held a special meeting to approve the ballot language for two measures that will now appear on the November ballot. One question will ask voters to approve a .75 percent sales tax dedicated to road maintenance. The second question relates to the extension of the existing food sales tax, a majorityContinue reading “Council Approves Language for Street Tax Measures”

Development Proposal Generates Growth Debate

A third public hearing for Dry Creek, a 2,000-acre subdivision between Brighton, Fort Lupton and Dacono was tabled by the Weld County Commissioners after eight hours of discussion and testimony. Staff from multiple departments opposed the project, saying it would not be financially sustainable with a $6 million gap between Dry Creek’s property tax revenuesContinue reading “Development Proposal Generates Growth Debate”