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Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Longmont Ballot Question 300: Yes to Fracking Ban

This is a line in the sand worth fighting for. It’s about the health and safety of our residents, especially our children and the generations that will follow.
Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Longmont Ballot Question 2A: Yes to Gas Franchise Agreement

This question asks if the Public Service Company of Colorado (Xcel Energy) can keep using pipes constructed under Longmont streets and other property to transport gas to homes.
Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Lafayette Ballot Question 2B: Yes to Growth Management Changes

Ballot Issue 2B will allow the City Council of Lafayette greater flexibility in the annual allocations of building permits on residential projects.
Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Lafayette Ballot Question 2A: Yes to Open Space Tax Extension

The city would collect $8 million over 10 years, which would go toward adding another 11 miles to the current 18 miles of trail and another 1,000 acres of land, which would double the current 1,074 acres of open space.
Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Boulder Ballot Question 2D: No to City Leases up to 30 Years

None of us, including city council members and city staff, have crystal balls, or at least not ones that actually let us see into the future.
Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Boulder Ballot Question 2C: Yes to City Council Compensation Change

The City of Boulder charter currently states that members of city council can only be paid for four meetings a month, which equals only 48 meetings a year. The problem is obvious.
Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Boulder Ballot Issue 2B: Yes on Sales and Use Tax Extension

If this were the first time Boulder had ever faced this tax issue for parks and recreational services, it would be worth having a debate over how such things affect a community’s long-term economic diversity.
Thursday, October 4,2012

City of Boulder Ballot Issue 2A: Yes on Climate Action Plan Tax Extension

Half a cent per KWH — just $21 per year for an average household — isn’t going to fix Boulder’s elitism problem. It really might fix a few pollution issues in the city.
Thursday, October 4,2012

Colorado Constitutional Amendment 65: Vote Yes

A small group of people shouldn’t be allowed to use our pocketbooks well before election day to direct how other people vote through aggressive political campaign advertisements on television and in our mailboxes.
Thursday, October 4,2012

Colorado Constitutional Amendment 64: Vote Yes

Forty years after Nixon coined the term “War on drugs,” popular attitudes on marijuana, at least, seem to be shifting towards legalization.
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