Greeley: Road Tax Outperforming Expectations

Staff calculated the.65 percent Keep Greeley Moving tax passed by the voters in 2015 would generate $9.4 million in 2016. This, combined with $2.6 million from Food Tax revenue provide roughly $12 million annually for street projects. In fact, Greeley’s economy outperformed expectations, thus the 2016 revenue will be higher than $9.4 million when theContinue reading “Greeley: Road Tax Outperforming Expectations”

Loveland: Council Delays Food Tax Vote

The City Council made a wise decision when it voted 7-2 to delay a vote that would eliminate the city food tax in two years. Based on current estimates of sales of food for home consumption, the tax equals approximately $6 million, or 8 percent of the City’s general fund revenue each year. Staff estimatesContinue reading “Loveland: Council Delays Food Tax Vote”