Monthly Archives: May 2015

Loveland Downtown Partnership (LDP) Rallies for Sprouts Subsidies

We reported last week on the apparent unfair treatment the privately funded Natural Grocer developer received when trying to develop a natural food store in a blighted area near the parcels proposed for the later Sprouts store development which the … Continue reading

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Food Sales Tax Repeal Again Defeated (vote was 5-4 against)

In what now appears to be an endless game of “let’s not but say we did,” Mayor Cecil Gutierrez again defeated tonight efforts by Councilmen Krenning, Fogle, Clark and McKean to phase-out Loveland’s grocery sales tax over 3 years at … Continue reading

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Contant Contact Reported To Be Locating In South Catalyst

If you read today’s Loveland Reporter-Herald story about a large employer locating in the south side of Loveland’s downtown, you will notice the company’s name is being kept secret by the city for now.  They report 300-400 new jobs for … Continue reading

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Bass Pro Shops Pulling Out?

Bass Pro Shops is reported to have requested a 90 day extension on its start date with McWhinney to begin construction.  According to one inside source, Bass Pro Shops has identified another location and is negotiating with the owners. See … Continue reading

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Sprouts Subsidy Knocked-Out Nearby Competitor

LovelandPolitics has published the first of a two-part series of an investigative report into the privately funded Natural Grocer (owned by Vitamin Cottage) to be built in Loveland that pulled out of the project upon learning of the city’s decision … Continue reading

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City Gift to Sprouts / Krenning 

Below is an email by Loveland Councilman Troy Krenning regarding the lawsuit attempting to bring the city back into compliance with the city’s charter and state law.  We just received the email today. To: Tami Yellico Cc: City Council; Saja … Continue reading

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