Loveland: City Acquires Additional Windy Gap Water

The City Council approved a resolution authorizing the acquisition of an additional 3,000 acre-feet of water in the Windy Gap Firming Project, which increases the City’s participation in the Windy Gap Firming Project to 10,000 acre-feet of water storage. The storage was available because the City of Longmont reduced its participation in Windy Gap. WindyContinue reading “Loveland: City Acquires Additional Windy Gap Water”

Longmont: City, LAEC Partner to Advance Longmont

At a recent LAEC breakfast, the economic development organization and the City unveiled a new plan to expand business opportunities in Longmont. Advance Longmont will focus on marketing, real estate inventory, redevelopment and putting resources in play to bolster entrepreneurship and startups. The plan was devised from the results of a study and analysis conductedContinue reading “Longmont: City, LAEC Partner to Advance Longmont”

LAR Opposes Fracking Prohibition: Ballot Question 300

This November Longmont residents will decide the fate of ballot question 300, which would prohibit fracking within the City of Longmont.  The Board of Directors of the Longmont Association of REALTORS® has voted to oppose this ballot question because of the implication regarding property rights. The Longmont Association of REALTORS® believes in the sanctity ofContinue reading “LAR Opposes Fracking Prohibition: Ballot Question 300”

City of Greeley Working on 2012 Building Codes

Greeley will be the first jurisdiction in Northern Colorado to consider the adoption of the 2012 International Building Codes. After a preliminary review, Tim Swanson, the Chief Building Official for the City of Greeley says the 2012 Model Code does not include any major changes for residential buildings. The controversial residential sprinkler requirement remains inContinue reading “City of Greeley Working on 2012 Building Codes”