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Government Affairs: Longmont

July 12, 2019 Development Moratorium Nixed On June 25 Councilmember Joan Peck made a motion to lift the development moratorium in Longmont, but since the Council had never actually imposed a moratorium, the motion was unnecessary, said Mayor Brian Bagley. Peck said she’d heard concerns from developers that prompted her to make the motion. Councilmember… Continue reading Government Affairs: Longmont

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Government Affairs: Longmont

June 20, 2019 Affordable Apartment Project Generates Opposition The Kinzie multi-family project proposed for the intersection of Kimbark Avenue and Buckley Drive provides a test for the City Council’s resolve regarding affordable housing. The project would include 44 small for rental units in a three-story building. The developers intend to deed-restrict ten of the units… Continue reading Government Affairs: Longmont

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Government Affairs: Longmont

May 9, 2019 Council Reviews Main Street Plan At its May 7thmeeting the City Council had the opportunity to review and provide feedback on the Main Street Corridor Plan, which has been in progress since Spring 2018. The corridor plan is assessing land use, transportation, market needs, and opportunities for improvements to the Main St.… Continue reading Government Affairs: Longmont

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Government Affairs: Longmont

April 10, 2019 Manufactured Homes Won’t Be Taxed The Longmont City Council agreed in principle that it doesn’t want to require buyers of manufactured homes to pay sales tax. Because these homes are classified as “tangible personal property” and not “real property,” in theory buyers should pay city sales tax. Boulder County has not charged… Continue reading Government Affairs: Longmont

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Government Affairs: Longmont

March 26, 2019 Incentives for Affordable Housing On March 19 the City Council gave final approval to an ordinance amending Longmont’s Municipal Code regarding affordable housing development incentives. The Council revised the incentives to align them with the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance (IHO) passed in December 2018. The ordinance is now consistent with the provisions of… Continue reading Government Affairs: Longmont

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Government Affairs: Longmont

      March 11, 2019 Incentives for Affordable Housing The Longmont City Council has been discussed revising incentives for affordable housing projects for several months. The goal has been to align the complicated inclusionary housing ordinance with the development code. The inclusionary housing ordinance requires developers to offer 12 percent of their units to… Continue reading Government Affairs: Longmont

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Government Affairs Update: Longmont

      February 7, 2019 Incentives for Affordable Housing The Longmont City Council discussed revising incentives for affordable housing projects on January 29. It quickly became clear there was confusion regarding differences between development code incentives, financial incentives and how to align the new inclusionary housing ordinance with the development code. The inclusionary housing… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Longmont

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Government Affairs Update: Longmont

January 25, 2019   Development Code Update Will Emphasize Environmental and Social Factors At the end of a very long meeting the Longmont City Council discussed its priorities for Land Development Code updates. Finally, a motion was made by Mayor Bagley directing staff to complete updates related to housing (including inclusionary housing requirements), a sustainability… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Longmont

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Government Affairs Update: Longmont

January 11, 2019   Prairie Dog Removal Requirements Finalized The Longmont City Council voted 5-2 to approve an ordinance that requires property owners to try and move more than 25 prairie dogs before euthanizing them. The ordinance is indirectly linked to the Council’s goal to” protect and respect our natural public amenities as part of… Continue reading Government Affairs Update: Longmont

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Governmental Affairs Local Update: Longmont, Boulder County

Bond Questions Approved for Ballot On August 14 the City Council approved three questions for the November ballot. All three will allow the City to sell bonds to create revenue for specific projects. If approved by the voters, the principal and interest on the bonds will be paid by current sales and use tax revenues.… Continue reading Governmental Affairs Local Update: Longmont, Boulder County