Klassen Voted Mayor Pro Tem in Loveland

The importance of the special City Council election for Ward IV is evidenced by one of the first decisions made by Council after Dave Clark’s swearing in. For months the Council was unable to elect a mayor pro tem to replace Cat McEwen after her resignation, splitting 4-4 along party lines. More importantly, this tieContinue reading “Klassen Voted Mayor Pro Tem in Loveland”

Clark Returned to Loveland City Council

In spite of an aggressive campaign by his opponent Paul Mueller, Dave Clark won the right to represent Ward IV on the Loveland City Council. Cat McEwen’s resignation this summer prompted the special election to select someone to complete the remaining year of her term. Clark beat Mueller by 260 votes in a conservative wardContinue reading “Clark Returned to Loveland City Council”

Candidates Announce for Ward IV Special Election

The sudden resignation of Cat McEwen this summer did more than create a vacancy on the City Council. It created a City Council that is so divided it can’t even elect a new mayor pro tem, a position formerly held by McEwen (who was the only member of Council who was not affiliated with eitherContinue reading “Candidates Announce for Ward IV Special Election”