Greeley: Candidates Emerging for Election

The municipal election for Greeley’s City Council is November 7th but already several residents have formally announced their decision to run for mayor. Tom Norton, the current mayor, is finishing his third and final 2-year term per Greeley’s City Charter. Last week Mayor Pro Tem John Gates made his decision to run public. This week,Continue reading “Greeley: Candidates Emerging for Election”

Loveland: Special Election Set for April

Residents of Ward 3 will select a councilor to replace Hugh McKean at a special election set for April 1, 2017. While that date seems a long way off, City Clerk Terry Andrews told the City Council it takes time to set up the election and adhere to all the legal requirements required by theContinue reading “Loveland: Special Election Set for April”

Longmont: Message Ordinance Approved

Recently the Longmont City Council considered an ordinance that would prohibit the City from entering into future long-term water supply agreements with towns on its eastern border. Mayor Pro Tem Brian Bagley first suggested the idea after voicing concern that other towns were encroaching on Longmont’s boundaries. By denying other jurisdictions the ability to leaseContinue reading “Longmont: Message Ordinance Approved”

Greeley: Council Approves Impact Fees

The Greeley City Council voted 5-2 to adopt new capital improvement fees in March 2015. John Gates and Charlie Archibeque voted against the proposal in the public hearing on Jan. 20th. Sadly only two members of the public spoke at the hearing, including Neal Jandreau, GARA’s chairman. John Gates voiced concern with the decision byContinue reading “Greeley: Council Approves Impact Fees”

Greeley: Impact Fees Another Step Closer to Approval

The City Council is scheduled to review the proposed impact fee methodology on Dec. 16 and hold a final public hearing on January 6, 2015. At a work session on Dec 9 it seemed that some members of the Council were a bit uncomfortable with the new fees, but they cannot argue with the logicContinue reading “Greeley: Impact Fees Another Step Closer to Approval”