Loveland: Foundry Agreement Finalized

By a 7-1 vote with Troy Krenning dissenting, the City Council approved a Disposition and Redevelopment Agreement (DRA) with Brinkman Partners for the development of the Foundry Project in Downtown Loveland. The agreement is the result of nine months of negotiation between the City and the Brinkman Partners with input and participation from the LovelandContinue reading “Loveland: Foundry Agreement Finalized”

Loveland: Neighbors Protest Annexation

Tuesday night the City Council considered an annexation proposal for an 83-acre parcel west of Taft near the Lakeside Terrace subdivision. The owner wants to annex and zone the property, known as the Water’s Edge Addition, as low-density residential, which is compatible with the City’s current comprehensive plan and proposed Create Loveland master plan. However,Continue reading “Loveland: Neighbors Protest Annexation”

Loveland Council Retains Pro-Business Majority

With the election of Troy Krenning this November, the pro-business faction of the Loveland City Council retains its 1-person majority. Candidates endorsed by the Loveland-Berthoud Association of REALTORS were successful with the exception of Daryle Klassen, who failed to unseat incumbent Mayor Cecil Gutierrez. However, with Chauncey Taylor, Hugh McKean, John Fogle, Dave Clark andContinue reading “Loveland Council Retains Pro-Business Majority”

LBAR Announces Candidate Endorsements

The Loveland-Berthoud Association of REALTORS is endorsing the following City Council candidates: Mayor: Daryle Klassen Ward 1: Troy Krenning Ward 2: Joan Shaffer Ward 3: Hugh McKean (running unopposed) Ward 4: Dave Clark All 5 of these candidates support the as-built certificate concept as a way to ease issues that have arisen due to concealedContinue reading “LBAR Announces Candidate Endorsements”