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Government Affairs: Fort Collins

September 13, 2019 City Clarifies STR Regulations in Multi-family Buildings The Fort Collins City Council gave final approval to an ordinance amending the City’s short-term rental (STR) regulations. The ordinance makes it clear that short-term rentals are allowed only in R-1 multifamily buildings. The R-1 occupancy designation refers to hotel/motel buildings and not condominiums or… Continue reading Government Affairs: Fort Collins

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Government Affairs: Fort Collins

July 12, 2019 City Tweaking STR Regulations Without discussion, the Fort Collins City Council passed an ordinance on the consent calendar that will change the renewal date for short-term rental (STR) licenses from December 31 to June 30. Staff said the adjustment would help streamline year-end tax activity. Current licenses will have an extra six… Continue reading Government Affairs: Fort Collins

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Government Affairs: Fort Collins

June 20, 2019 Council Discusses Priorities The Fort Collins City Council discussed the list of priorities it created during a retreat last month. The priorities are important because they will be the focus of much of Council’s work for the next two years and will be used in the City’s budgeting for outcomes (BFO) process.… Continue reading Government Affairs: Fort Collins

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Government Affairs: Fort Collins

May 9, 2019 Affordable Housing Update Sue Beck-Ferkiss from the Social Sustainability Department, provided the City Council with an update on the City’s affordable housing inventory on May 7. According to her data, Fort Collins is behind in meeting its goal of producing 188 new units this year, with only 2 completed to date. The… Continue reading Government Affairs: Fort Collins

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Government Affairs: Fort Collins

April 10, 2019 Impact of Municipal Election Three of FCBR’s four endorsed candidates won their seats in the April 2 election. Mayor Troxell easily defeated Michael Pruznick (again) for a two-year term. Kristin Stephens (District 4) ran unopposed and will serve a second four-year term. Newcomer Emily Gorgol beat two opponents for the District 6… Continue reading Government Affairs: Fort Collins

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Government Affairs: Fort Collins

March 26, 2019 City Plan Adoption Delayed The City of Fort Collins has announced a change in the adoption timeline for City Plan, Fort Collins’ comprehensive plan. According to the announcement, extra time will allow for more editing and the inclusion of additional community comments. The adoption was originally planned for March 19 but is… Continue reading Government Affairs: Fort Collins

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Government Affairs: Fort Collins

March 08, 2019 FCBR Announces City Council Endorsements Following candidate interviews by a committee of FCBR members, the Association’s Board of Directors approved recommendations to endorse four candidates: Incumbent Mayor Wade Troxell, REALTOR® Adam Eggleston (District 2), incumbent Kristin Stephens (District 4) and Emily Gorgol (District 6). FCBR is not endorsing any candidates running for… Continue reading Government Affairs: Fort Collins

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Government Affairs Update: Fort Collins

February 20, 2019 KFCG Approved for April Ballot As expected, the City Council approved ballot language for the April 2ndmunicipal election asking voters to extend the Keep Fort Collins Great (KFCG) .85 sales tax. In previous discussions this winter, the Council decided to split the sales tax revenue into two parts. If approved by the… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Fort Collins