Longmont: Windy Gap Funding Survey

On August 9 the City Council decided to survey 3,0000 citizens to ask how the City should pay for Longmont’s share of Windy Gap water. There are multiple options available from paying cash to bonding. Each has its own set of pros and cons. The bonding option would be more expensive and requires a publicContinue reading “Longmont: Windy Gap Funding Survey”

Greeley: Is the Seventh Time the Charm

Citizens have been asked to repeal the charter provision requiring a vote to retain the city manager six times since 1973 and each time the question failed. It is impossible to know why voters have opted to keep this bizarre charter requirement, which is the only one of its kind in the country. On JuneContinue reading “Greeley: Is the Seventh Time the Charm”

2013 Legislative Preview

At the October Legislative Policy Committee meeting Rachel Nance, CAR’s Vice-President for Public Policy, talked about bills related to real estate that she thinks could be introduced during the 2013 legislative session. HOA Manager Licensing: It is unclear whether this would entail licensing or simply registration, but apparently the Division of Real Estate would likeContinue reading “2013 Legislative Preview”