Monthly Archives: November 2016

Massive retail, living & employment center proposed for both sides of I-25 off Crossroads Blvd. sans URA

At about 30 minutes into a presentation by Water Valley developer Martin Lind, Loveland’s City Council sat silent.  The awkward silence was preceded by the developer clarifying he isn’t seeking any upfront sibsidy from the city or CEF waivers – … Continue reading

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School Bond Measures Coming Back – Local Architect Behind “ReformWatch” Facebook Page

For those who believe the old saying, “money is the mother’s milk of politics” won’t be surprised to learn those who stood to gain the most by increasing property taxes and passing a school bond are already talking about placing … Continue reading

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Commentary By Former Larimer County Commissioner and Loveland Mayor Pro Tem Daryle KlassenĀ 

I don’t know at what point the Loveland City Council, especially Cecil Gutierrez and John Fogle, will begin to understand the dynamics with which they are dealing, in reference to the Loveland Downtown Revitalization efforts council is so dedicated to. … Continue reading

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Teachers Overplay Their Hand – Council To Call For Special Election

An important lesson for the Thompson Board of Education will be learning what little influence they really have on both the community and partisan political races.  Gil Barela, campaign manager for State House Democrat candidate Jody Shadduck-McNally, was the architect … Continue reading

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Larimer County Election Results

Early returns show Hillary Clinton ahead county-wide while Thompson School District Bond and MLO property tax increases going down to defeat.  Two Loveland residents on the ballot, Republicans Tom Donnelly and Hugh McKean are both ahead in their races for … Continue reading

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Voters Beware: Cost of School Bond Issue 3E Misleading

Loveland voters are being assured by proponents of Issue 3E that the most it will cost them is 9 Mills in property tax increase along with various monthly and annual dollar estimates all based on that bad number. Unfortunately, a … Continue reading

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