Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Loveland

Loveland: LBAR Endorses Olson

The Loveland Berthoud Association of REALTORS® has endorsed Steve Olson in the election to select a new City Council member to represent Ward 3. Olson, a member of the Board of Directors of the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance and active member of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce, has the skills and experience to serve Loveland… Continue reading Loveland: LBAR Endorses Olson

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Fort Collins

Fort Collins: Homebuilders, REALTORS® Make Candidate Endorsements

The Northern Colorado Home Builders Association announced it is endorsing the following candidates in the Fort Collins City Council election - for mayor Wade Troxell, in District 1: Nate Budd
and in District 3 Ken Summers. 
The HBA made no endorsement in the District 5 race. The Fort Collins Board of REALTORS® announced its “Future of… Continue reading Fort Collins: Homebuilders, REALTORS® Make Candidate Endorsements

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Fort Collins

Fort Collins: Chamber Announces Council Endorsements

The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce has announced its endorsements for the April City Council election. Mayor, Wade Troxell vs. Edie Hudetz and Kwon Atlas District 1, Nate Budd vs. incumbent Bob Overbeck District 3, Ken Summers vs. Gordon Coombes District 5, No Endorsement (Ross Cunniff vs. Duane Hansen) As part of the Chamber’s process, candidates were… Continue reading Fort Collins: Chamber Announces Council Endorsements

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Weld, Govt Greeley

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

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Loveland

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 the… Continue reading Loveland: Special Election Set for April

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Berthoud

Berthoud: LBAR Endorses Mulvihill

Following the recommendation of the Government Affairs Committee, LBAR’s Board of Directors voted to endorse Steve Mulvihill for mayor of Berthoud and contribute to his campaign using local CARPAC funds. LBAR supports private property rights, economic development and good planning to preserve Berthoud’s future. Steve wants to protect the town’s infrastructure, support the downtown and… Continue reading Berthoud: LBAR Endorses Mulvihill

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Larimer, Govt Berthoud

Berthoud: Special Election Set for August 9

Three candidates will vie for the mayor’s seat in a special election scheduled for August 9. The candidates include Steve Mulvihill, a retired businessman http://steve4berthoud.com, Jim Russo, a former Berthoud trustee and planning commission member in the 1990s http://www.russoformayor.com, and May Soricelli, who occasionally reports for the Berthoud Surveyor newspaper https://www.facebook.com/MayForMayor/. All three candidates will… Continue reading Berthoud: Special Election Set for August 9

Gov't Affairs, Govt - County Boulder

Boulder County: County Voters May See Open Space Tax Question in November

Every year Boulder County conducts a public opinion poll to gauge residents’ support for various tax initiatives. The poll done in December 2015 asked likely voters their thoughts on four proposals. Two of those ideas, extending the open space sales tax or extending the tax and using it for a combination of open space and… Continue reading Boulder County: County Voters May See Open Space Tax Question in November