Loveland: Council Allocates Sales Tax to Affordable Housing

Last week the City Council approved a resolution allocating 1.25 percent of the previous year’s sales tax – or about $500,000 — to the affordable housing fund. The resolution includes a funding cap of $2 million to allow the accumulation of funds over time for matching or back -up grant funding for affordable housing projectsContinue reading “Loveland: Council Allocates Sales Tax to Affordable Housing”

Loveland: New Council Keeps Conservative Majority

No one could predict the outcome of yesterday’s City Council election however the wide margins of victory for Richard Ball (Ward 1) and Leah Johnson (Ward 2) did come as a surprise. Don Overcash overcame Ralph Trenary’s incumbent status and won by 137 votes in Ward 4. Looking at the records of the incumbents and theContinue reading “Loveland: New Council Keeps Conservative Majority”

Loveland: List of Council Candidates Growing

Dave Clark will challenge incumbent Mayor Cecil Gutierrez. The Ward 1 race will feature Rich Ball and Pat McFall. Leah Johnson and Buddy Meyers are the candidates for the Ward 2 seat. So far John Fogle is unopposed in his attempt to gain a second term representing Ward 3. In Ward 4, incumbent Ralph TrenaryContinue reading “Loveland: List of Council Candidates Growing”