Boulder: Property Owners Lose Appeal

In December the Colorado Supreme Court denied a request to review the Court of Appeals decision to uphold a district court’s ruling in the Wibby et al. v. Boulder County Board of County Commissioners. In 2014 Chuck Wibby and a group of property owners sued the County over the Commissioners’ decision to require property ownersContinue reading “Boulder: Property Owners Lose Appeal”

Colorado: Landmark Ruling Impacts Metropolitan Districts

A ruling last week by the Court of Appeals has frozen dozens of pending bond sales by special metropolitan taxing districts, which are common financing mechanisms for new development, and could affect many more. State lawmakers have been working overtime drafting legislation in hopes of heading off future lawsuits related to the ruling. The CourtContinue reading “Colorado: Landmark Ruling Impacts Metropolitan Districts”