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”

Larimer County: Municipalities Divided on Open Space Tax Proposal

The Fort Collins City Council announced its support for the County’s proposal to increase the County’s share of the quarter cent open space sales tax revenue from 42 to 50 percent. However, the Loveland City Council expressed concerns with the proposal, which is opposed by Loveland’s Open Lands Advisory Commission. The difference between the twoContinue reading “Larimer County: Municipalities Divided on Open Space Tax Proposal”