Although the General Assembly is not current in session, that doesn’t mean legislators are idle. Numerous interim committees have been busy preparing bills for the 2017 session. Recently, the Transportation Legislation Review Committee (TLRC), passed the Fix Colorado Roads Act, commonly referred to as TRANS II on a solid bi-partisan vote. The TRLC is a… Continue reading Colorado: Legislative Leadership Kills Transportation Bonding Bill
Yesterday’s election featured some of the most competitive races in recent memory A majority of the candidates endorsed by CAR were successful -- with one notable exception in the highly watched U.S Senate race. Congressman Cory Gardner won a decisive victory over incumbent Mark Udall who was endorsed by NAR’s REALTOR Political Action Committee. However,… Continue reading Most Realtor-Endorsed Candidates Win
The Haworth annexation was approved by the Berthoud Board of Trustees at its Oct. 22 meeting by a 5-2 vote. The property is located northwest of the Larimer County Road 19 and Highway 56 intersection, west of Berthoud. CBB opposes a density higher than what would be allowed by Larimer County (35 lots on a… Continue reading About the Haworth Annexation
Jared Polis will serve a third term in the House of Representatives, easily defeating Kevin Lundberg who will retain his seat in the Colorado Senate. Polis was endorsed by CARPAC.
After mulling it over, Kevin Lundberg (R-Berthoud) has decided to run against incumbent Jared Polis in the newly configured 2nd Congressional District. Sen. Lundberg, who currently serves Colorado Senate District 15 (mostly unincorporated Larimer County), says he disagrees with many of Polis’s positions. The 2nd CD includes Boulder and Fort Collins; GOP party strategists told… Continue reading Lundberg Announces for CD 2