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Government Affairs: Greeley

May 9, 2019 Council Approves New Mortgage Assistance Program The City Council unanimously approved a resolution authorizing Greeley’s participation in the Metro Mortgage Assistance Plus Program (MMAPP) as part of the consent agenda on May 7. The program was created by the City of Denver and offers down payment assistance to income-qualified homebuyers of up… Continue reading Government Affairs: Greeley

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Government Affairs: Greeley

March 26, 2019 Council Passes Historic Preservation Regulations on First Reading On March 19 the City Council passed an ordinance creating a new chapter in Greeley’s Land Use Code covering historic preservation regulations. Most of the ordinance is simply a reorganization of the existing requirements, which were originally passed in 2004. The new regulations do… Continue reading Government Affairs: Greeley

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Government Affairs: Greeley

      March 11, 2019 Commission Passes Historic Preservation Regulations On Monday, March 4 the Greeley Historic Preservation Commission unanimously approved a new chapter to Greeley’s development code which would replace the existing historic preservation ordinance. Brad Inhulsen testified at the hearing on behalf Greeley Area REALTOR® Association, asking the HPC to clarify vague… Continue reading Government Affairs: Greeley

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Government Affairs Update: Greeley

February 20, 2019 Council to Approve Housing Plan Tonight, February 19, the City Council is poised to approve the Greeley Strategic Housing Plan (GSHP). Housing was identified as a key component of Imagine Greeley, the City’s comprehensive plan, which was adopted in 2018. A housing task force was convened to work with staff on the… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Greeley

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Government Affairs Update: Greeley

      February 7, 2019 New Historic Preservation Regulations Proposed The Historic Preservation Commission is holding a public meeting on Wednesday, February 13 to get feedback on new regulations intended to replace the existing historic preservation laws in Greeley’s Municipal Code. The meeting will be held from 4:00 to 6:00 pm at the Greeley… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Greeley

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Government Affairs Update: Greeley

  January 25, 2019   Broadband Update The City Council received an update on the broadband initiative on January 22. Assistant City Manager Victoria Runkle told the Council it is reasonable to expect that making all the broadband decisions will require multiple years. The first effort is gathering information, analyzing it, working with private companies to… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Greeley

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Government Affairs Update: Greeley

January 11, 2019 Council Looks at Tax Re-Authorization Plan The Greeley City Council began discussing a sales and use tax re-authorization plan for the two sales taxes voters reauthorized in the November election. The Greeley Area REALTOR® Association supported both measures, the .30 percent Quality of Life tax and the .16 percent Public Safety tax.… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Greeley

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Governmental Affairs Local Update Greeley, Weld County: Hwy 34 Study Update

Weld County Greeley Highway 34 Study Update Recently, the City Council received an update concerning the Highway 34 Planning and Environmental Linkage Study (PEL). In the short term the City plans to do intersection improvements on the north side of 65th Avenue to improve congestion. Turning lanes are needed and the frontage road needs to… Continue reading Governmental Affairs Local Update Greeley, Weld County: Hwy 34 Study Update

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Greeley: Council Considers Sales Tax Ballot Questions

At a work session on July 24, the City Council reviewed the recommendations of a Citizen Committee, which recommended the Council ask voters to extend the 0. 1 6 percent public safety tax and the .30 percent Quality of Life sales tax this November. The 0.16 percent tax would fund anew Fire Station (8) in the Promontory area; staffing… Continue reading Greeley: Council Considers Sales Tax Ballot Questions

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Greeley: Water Board Approves Cash-In-Lieu Resolution

On July 18 the Greeley Water & Sewer Board approved a new water policy that should make Greeley a more affordable place to build homes. The City’s previous raw water policy required developers to acquire water at a rate of $35,000 per acre-foot of Colorado/Big Thompson units for new developments. Under the new policy, developers… Continue reading Greeley: Water Board Approves Cash-In-Lieu Resolution