Monthly Archives: November 2015

New Councilman Sends Colleagues Threatening Letter

The road to civility is apparently paved by intimidation according to the politics of newly elected Loveland City Councilman Richard Ball. Ball recently sent a letter to his colleagues outside the normal city email (where a copy would have been … Continue reading

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Weld County Rejects McWhinney Re-Zoning Request

Loveland officials could learn a lot from the Weld County Board of County Commissioners. Last Wednesday after 5 hours of testimony, Weld County Commissioners did something our own Loveland City Council seems incapable of doing; they told McWhinney “no.”  see … Continue reading

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McWhinney Buys Personal Jet That Sells New for $14 Million

You have heard the expression “laughed all the way to the bank.”  The McWhinney brothers Chad and Troy are doing just that as they cash-in on massive City of Loveland subsidies they were provided to build multi-family housing back in … Continue reading

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Madwire Signs Letter of Intent On New Facilities in Ft. Collins

Founded only 9 years ago in Loveland,  Madwire has grown by leaps and bounds while trying to find locations large enough to house all their new employees while remaining in Loveland. They appear to be moving to Ft. Collins after … Continue reading

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TEA Candidates’ Landslide Victory – Impacts Council Elections

While more Republicans than Democrats voted in various city wards, the results of last night’s election are clear.  The school board ‘reformers’ not only lost their own elections but dragged down fellow Republicans and various city council candidates as well. … Continue reading

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Election Turn Out Results (7:03 PM) Speak Loudly

So far, local pundits are predicting a sweep for the teacher’s union on school board and Republicans taking Ward 4 on City Council. For most of the election the union candidates played offense – reaching out to Republican voters – … Continue reading

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