Colorado Association of REALTORS: Legislative Update

The Legislative Policy Committee adopted the following positions at its March 3rd meeting. HB-1187 “Change Excess State Revenues Cap Growth Factor” Position – Support.  This bill modifies the excess state revenues cap by allowing an annual adjustment for an increase based on the average annual change of Colorado personal income over the last 5 years,Continue reading “Colorado Association of REALTORS: Legislative Update”

Longmont: City to Regulate Home Marijuana Grows

The City Council hasn’t decided if it wants to lift the ban on pot shops in Longmont since Council member Jeff Moore was absent from last week’s meeting. However, the Council did accept staff’s recommendation to regulate residential marijuana grows. City Manager Harold Dominguez said the staff fields regular complaints, primarily regarding smells. When ColoradoContinue reading “Longmont: City to Regulate Home Marijuana Grows”

Colorado Association of Realtors: Legislative Update

At Realtor Day, Feb. 10, Speaker of the House Dickie Lee Hullinghorst said she is talking with the sponsors and trying to find a compromise on the yet to be introduced construction defects bill. The Speaker opposed the bill the last two times it was introduced, so this is good news. The LPC took theContinue reading “Colorado Association of Realtors: Legislative Update”

Colorado Voters will Decide if Marijuana Should be Legalized

The deadline to gather signatures for ballot initiatives is August 6th but one measure has already been certified. Voters will decide the fate of Amendment 64, which states, Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution concerning marijuana, and, in connection therewith, providing for the regulation of marijuana; permitting a person twenty-one years ofContinue reading “Colorado Voters will Decide if Marijuana Should be Legalized”