Loveland: Council Approves Funding for Fix North I-25 Coalition

The Loveland City Council approves a funding request from the Fix North I-25 Coalition in the amount of $20,000. So far, the Coalition (led by David May, CEO of the Fort Collins Chamber and me) has been very successful in increasing awareness and support for the expansion of North I-25 (Highway 14 to Colorado 66),Continue reading “Loveland: Council Approves Funding for Fix North I-25 Coalition”

Loveland: Johnson Announces City Council Bid

Leah Johnson, Loveland native and small business owner, has announced her candidacy for City Council, Ward 2. Incumbent Phil Farley announced he will not seek re-election to spend more time with his family. Johnson owns her own company, JD Consulting and is also active in the Loveland Chamber, Larimer County United Way and the CommunityContinue reading “Loveland: Johnson Announces City Council Bid”

Larimer County: Chambers Take Opposing Positions on Open Space Tax

Interestingly, the Fort Collins and Loveland Chambers find themselves on opposite sides of the open space sales tax question, which will appear on the ballot as question 1A. The question asks voters to extend the open space tax for 25 years beginning in 2019. The existing tax rate would remain the same (.25 percent), howeverContinue reading “Larimer County: Chambers Take Opposing Positions on Open Space Tax”