Proposition CC

A PROPOSITION TO FUND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, HIGHER EDUCATION, ROADS, BRIDGES, AND TRANSIT BY ALLOWING THE STATE TO KEEP AND SPEND THE REVENUE IT COLLECTS ANNUALLY BUT IS NOT CURRENTLY ALLOWED TO KEEP.

Proposition DD

A PROPOSITION TO INCREASE STATE TAXES BY AUTHORIZING A TAX ON SPORTS BETTING PROCEEDS IN ORDER TO FUND STATE WATER PROJECTS AND COMMITMENTS AND PAY FOR THE REGULATION OF SPORTS BETTING.

Larimer County Issue 1A

A PROPOSITION TO INCREASE TAXES BY A SALES AND USE TAX TO BE USED TO SERVE
COMMUNITY MEMBERS AS FOLLOWS:

  •  IMPROVEMENTS TO INTERSTATE HIGHWAY I-25 BETWEEN HIGHWAY 402 AND HIGHWAY 66;

REMAINING PROCEEDS TO BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS:

  •  CONSTRUCT TRANSPORTATION CAPACITY EXPANSION PROJECTS ON MAJOR STREETS, HIGHWAYS, AND ROADWAYS POTENTIALLY INCLUDING INTERSECTIONS, BIKE LANES, CROSSINGS, SIDEWALKS, SIGNALIZATION AND REGIONAL MOBILITY IMPROVEMENTS;
  •  PLAN, DESIGN, EQUIP, CONSTRUCT, EQUIP, AND OPERATE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION;
  • PURCHASE, CONSTRUCT, EQUIP, OPERATE, MAINTAIN, IMPROVE, REMODEL, REPLACE, AND LEASE EXISTING AND FUTURE COUNTY FACILITIES INCLUDING ECONOMIC HEALTH SERVICES AND VETERAN SERVICES, ALTERNATIVE SENTENCING AND COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS, NUMBER OF COURTROOMS AND ASSOCIATED SPACE, PUBLIC FACILITIES

City of Loveland Issue 2A

COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS – WOULD RAISE TAXES TO IMPROVE INFRASTRUCTURE AND PUBLIC SAFETY BY FUNDING CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDING:

  • WIDENING AND IMPROVING EISENHOWER BLVD/US 34,
  • WIDENING AND IMPROVING TAFT AVE,
  • REPLACING FIRE STATION 3 AND RENOVATING FIRE STATION 5 ON KNOBCONE DRIVE,
  • PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE UNDERPASSES AND IMPROVEMENTS ALONG CITY’S TRAIL SYSTEM,
  • NEW FULL SERVICE BRANCH LIBRARY,
  • RENOVATION AND EXPANSION OF THE LOVELAND MUSEUM

City of Loveland Issue 2B

COMMUNITY RECREATION PROJECTS – WOULD RAISE TAXES TO FUND CONSTRUCTION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE OF NEW COMMUNITY RECREATION AND SENIOR CENTER IN NORTHWEST LOVELAND AND OTHER RECREATIONAL FACILITIES.

City of Loveland Issue 2C

WOULD INCREASE TAXES BY IMPOSING EXCISE TAX WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY AND ADDITIONAL SALES TAX ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS.

City of Loveland Issue 2D

AUTHORIZES RETAIL AND MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES, CULTIVATION, MANUFACTURING, AND RESEARCH AND TESTING FACILITIES TO BE LOCATED WITHIN THE CITY. PERMITS CITY COUNCIL TO PERMIT RETAIL AND MEDICAL MARIJUANA DISPENSARIES, CULTIVATION FACILITIES, AND MANUFACTURING, RESEARCH AND TESTING FACILITIES TO BE LOCATED IN THE CITY SUBJECT TO REGULATIONS.

Poudre School District R-1 Issue 4A

WOULD INCREASE TAXES FOR THE PAYMENT OF DISTRICT OPERATION COSTS, INCLUDING:

  • INCREASING FIRST-YEAR TEACHER SALARIES TO A COMPETITIVE LEVEL
  • RESTRUCTURING TEACHER SALARY TO A COMPETITIVE SCHEDULE TO RECRUIT AND RETAIN TEACHERS, MAINTAIN WAGES FOR SUPPORT STAFF
  • INCREASE MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS;
  • ENHANCE SCHOOL SAFETY AND SECURITY;

NO REVENUE FROM THIS TAX WILL BE USED FOR ADMINISTRATION SALARIES OR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS.

Weld County School District RE-5J Issue 5A

WOULD INCREASE TAXES TO BE USED IN ALL DISTRICT SCHOOLS TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO:

  • EXPAND CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS AT MILLIKEN MIDDLE SCHOOL AND ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL;
  • ATTRACT, RETAIN TEACHERS AND STAFF;
  • PROVIDE ADDITIONAL SECURITY, SAFETY, AND MENTAL HEALTH PERSONNEL.

Weld County School District RE-5J Issue 5B

WOULD INCREASE DISTRICT DEBT AND DISTRICT TAXES FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES:

  • MATCHING MONEY TO RECEIVE STATE GRANT TO CONSTRUCT NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TO REPLACE LETFORD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL;
  • CONSTRUCT NEW MIDDLE SCHOOL AND TRANSPORTATION CENTER IN MILLIKEN;
  • ACQUIRING LANDS FOR HIGH SCHOOL; CONSTRUCTING A DISTRICT STADIUM AND ATHLETICS COMPLEX;
  • ADDRESS SAFETY AND SECURITY IN SEVERAL SCHOOLS, AND IMPROVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND ENHANCE INSTRUCTIONAL AND CAREER PATHWAYS PROGRAMMING;
  • IMPROVEMENTS TO THE KNOWLEDGE QUEST ACADEMY FACILITY,

TO AN EXTENT: ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, RENOVATING, AND REPAIRING DISTRICT CAPITAL ASSETS AND EXERCISING LEASE PURCHASE OPTIONS AS THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MAY DETERMINE.

Solar Ridge Issue 6A

WOULD INCREASE TAXES FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENT AND CONTINUED MAINTENANCE OF ROADS IN THE DISTRICT AND STONECREST DRIVE AND GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSES OF THE DISTRICT, AND THE PROCEEDS OF SUCH TAX BE CONSIDERED VOTER APPROVED REVENUE AND/OR SPENDING CHANGES.

Proposed Manor Ridge Estates Issue 6B

WOULD INCREASE TAXES TO BE USED FOR IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF ROADS AS REQUESTED IN THE PETITION FOR CREATION OF THE DISTRICT AND FOR GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSES. WOULD CREATE MANOR RIDGE ESTATES PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT.

Proposed Scenic Ranch Estates 6C

WOULD INCREASE TAXES TO BE USED FOR IMPROVEMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF ROADS AS REQUESTED IN THE PETITION FOR CREATION OF THE DISTRICT AND FOR GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSES. WOULD CREATE SCENIC RANCH ESTATES PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT.

Windsor-Severance Fire Protection Issue 7A

WOULD INCREASE TAXES FOR OPERATIONAL AND CAPITAL EXPENSES:

  • BUILD TWO NEW FIRE STATIONS, PROPOSED TO SERVE SOUTHERN WINDSOR AND SEVERANCE AREA;
  • HIRE NECESSARY FIRE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PERSONNEL FOR THE PROPOSED FIRE STATIONS;
  • PURCHASE NECESSARY FIRE AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT FOR NEW AND EXISTING STATIONS;
  • MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE FIRE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY SERVICES;
  • MAINTAIN AND IMPROVE EMERGENCY RESPONSE TIMES.

North Weld County Water District Issue 7B

WOULD INCREASE TAXES TO PAY THE DISTRICT’S ADMINISTRATION, OPERATIONS, AND MAINTENANCE EXPENSES.

North Weld County Water District Issue 7C

WOULD AUTHORIZE THE DISTRICT TO COLLECT, RETAIN, AND SPEND ALL TAXES, TAP FEES, PLANT INVESTMENT FEES, PARK FEES, FACILITY FEES, DEVELOPMENT FEES, IMPACT FEES, SERVICE CHARGES, INSPECTION CHARGES, ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES, GRANTS, OR ANY OTHER FEE, RATE, TOLL, PENALTY, OR CHARGE AUTHORIZED BY LAW OR CONTRACT TO BE IMPOSED, COLLECTED, OR RECEIVED BY THE DISTRICT.


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