Legislature To Revisit URA Bill

Last year the Governor vetoed a bill that would require cities to share tax increment financing (TIF) revenues used to finance urban renewal projects with other government entities such as cities and school districts. However, CAR’s Vice President for Public Policy, Ted Leighty, says county lobbyists are already planning to ensure that the bill isContinue reading “Legislature To Revisit URA Bill”

Urban Renewal Bill Rejected

Gov. Hickenlooper vetoed a bill on June 6 that would have increased restrictions on urban-renewal developments, saying that while he understood the intent of the measure, the financial requirements placed on cities in the bill were excessive. HB-1375, sponsored by House Minority Leader Brian DelGrosso (Loveland) would have required county officials to get at leastContinue reading “Urban Renewal Bill Rejected”