Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Weld, Govt Firestone

Government Affairs: Firestone

June 20, 2019 Town Board Approves Water Deal Firestone’s Town Board approved a resolution on June 12 that will allow developers to satisfy their water dedication requirements west of Interstate 25. Because of the limited availability of Colorado-Big Thompson (CBT) water shares, there hasn’t been development west of I-25 on vacant property annexed into the… Continue reading Government Affairs: Firestone

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Loveland

Government Affairs: Loveland

June 20, 2019 Council Discusses Infrastructure Plan The Loveland City Council continued its discussion of the 2020 city budget on June 11 with a presentation on the City’s draft 10-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). The CIP lays out the priority plan for funding capital projects, currently equaling about $77 million of investment. The first year… Continue reading Government Affairs: Loveland

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Fort Collins

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

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer

Government Affairs: Larimer County

June 20, 2019 Housing Themes Key in Comp Plan At a recent joint meeting of the Larimer County Board of Commissioners and the Larimer County Planning Commission, one item on the agenda included a discussion of the County’s Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan) revisions, currently scheduled for adoption on July 17. Not surprisingly, two of the… Continue reading Government Affairs: Larimer County

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Boulder, Govt Longmont

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

Gov't Affairs, Govt - State of Colorado

Govenment Affairs: State

June 7, 2019 Governor Vetoes HOA Management License Bill On Friday, May 31 Governor Polis vetoed HB-1212 “Recreate Homeowners’ Association Community Manager Licensing.” According to the Colorado Sun, an administration spokeswoman said the governor’s background as an entrepreneur makes him “acutely aware that there is more that we can do to cut red tape and streamline regulation.”… Continue reading Govenment Affairs: State