The Greeley-Evans School District remains the only large district without a mill levy override after 52 percent of the voters rejected ballot measure 3A. The Greeley Area REALTOR® Association supported the measure. This is a difficult loss, after a strong campaign committee worked hard and long to make the case for additional funding.
Voters approved ballot measure 3A, authorizing a mill levy override (MLO) for Boulder Valley School District. The MLO will provide funding for capital construction, technology, and maintenance. This issue was supported by the Boulder Area REALTOR® Association.
On October 19 the Boulder Area REALTOR® Association’s (BARA) Board of Directors voted to support Boulder Valley School District ballot measure 3A, a mill levy override. BARA’s position statement notes that a strong school district is good for the economy and an important factor in quality of life. The statement also criticizes the State, arguingContinue reading “Boulder County: Boulder REALTORS® Support 3A”
GARA’s Board of Directors voted to support a proposed 10.34 mill levy override (MLO) which will appear on the November ballot as ballot measure 3A. If it passes, it would give the Greeley-Evans School District 6 $12 million a year for seven years. This equates to an additional $540 per student, per year. District 6Continue reading “Greeley: GARA Supports 3A”
Following the recommendation of the Government Affairs Committee, LBAR’s Board of Directors voted to support Thompson School District’s mill levy override (MLO) and bond measures. Ballot question 3D will ask voters to approve a MLO of 7.15 mills for residential properties to make salaries and compensation more competitive with neighboring districts, replace textbooks and purchaseContinue reading “Loveland: LBAR Supports School Ballot Measures”
It is likely that voters in the Thompson School District will consider one or more ballot measures this fall, according to Superintendent Stan Scheer. The District’s Master Plan Committee has proposed a list of projects known collectively as Thompson Reinvented. The District’s population is growing and new schools will be needed to keep up with demand.Continue reading “Larimer County: Thompson District Ballot Measure(s) Likely”