Thompson School District will have to make do with the status quo after voters said no to a $11 million per year mill levy override and a $288 million bond measure. Both were supported by the Loveland-Berthoud Association of REALTORS®. In retrospect, perhaps these measures were too ambitious. The St. Vrain District is larger andContinue reading “Loveland: Voters Reject 3D and 3E”
62 percent of the voters in the St. Vrain School District approved a request to increase debt by $260 million to build new schools and expand/maintain existing schools. The Longmont Association of REALTORS® supported 3A, as it has done in previous years for other school funding measures.
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.
Larimer County voters will determine the fate of a proposed tenth-of-a-percent sales tax to fund arts, culture and science in Larimer County this November. Almost 12,000 signatures were submitted to the Larimer County Clerk and Recorder in July to support the measure. The Larimer County Commission formally approved the measure for the November ballot. TheContinue reading “Larimer County: Commissioners Place Arts, Culture and Science Tax Measure on Ballot”
The Larimer County Commissioners voted to add a question to the November ballot asking to exempt the County from SB-152 which prohibits local governments from involvement in broadband efforts. Estes Park, Loveland, Fort Collins, and Wellington voters approved similar measures. If passed, the measure would allow the County to support broadband efforts within its municipalitiesContinue reading “Larimer County: Broadband on the Ballot”