This update includes good news on issues such as rental licensing and metro district disclosures. Those public policy victories didn’t just happen. Hard work was needed by members of the real estate industry and their allies. As a reminder, ballots for the April municipal elections were mailed this week for statutory towns like Berthoud, Eaton, Erie, Timnath, Wellington, Milliken, Windsor, and Johnstown.
February 7, 2019 Water Rates Going Up Windsor is one of the most rapidly growing towns in Northern Colorado. However, the town only owns 4,100 acre-feet of water via shares in the Northern Poudre Irrigation Company and the Colorado Big Thompson Project. Windsor hopes to add 15,800 additional acre-feet of water throughContinue reading “Government Affairs Update: Windsor”
IRES is bringing nationally acclaimed economist Elliot Eisenberg to Northern Colorado for a benefit to assist victims of the September floods. Eisenberg is an amazingly gifted public speaker that specializes in making the arcana and minutia of economics fun relevant and educational. He typically speaks about economic forecasts, economic impact of homebuilding, consequences of governmentContinue reading “Save the Date! Flood Relief Benefit Dec. 3”
The congested I-25/392 interchange will receive a new look as well as provide an economic boost for Windsor and Fort Collins once the work is completed in 2012. CDOT is currently purchasing the right of ways for the project while the Town of Windsor has been working on intergovernmental agreements (IGAs) with Fort Collins toContinue reading “I-25/392 Interchange Work to Begin this Summer”