Category Archives: Ballot Question

Aspen Voters Take Measures to Amend City Charter to Control Council on Development Decisions

Published on Aspen Daily News Online (http://www.aspendailynews.com) The roots of the anti-variance movement Writer:Curtis Wackerle Byline:Aspen Daily News Staff Writer February 8, 2015 A decade of debate over development 
precedes potential charter amendment Take a stroll down Hyman Avenue to … Continue reading

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Keep Littleton Strong Group Misleads the Public

Keep Littleton Strong has paid consultants thousands of dollars, yes thousands, to run their campaign for them.  Money isn’t always well spent.  Below you will see their latest missive – it could not be more disingenuous.  There is a deliberate … Continue reading

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March 3, 2015 Election Missteps – What’s Happening?

As you must know there will be a special election on March 3, 2015 to determine if the citizens of Littleton will be providing oversight of urban renewal plans that use eminent domain and local tax dollars diverted to development. … Continue reading

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Council Approves 2nd Ballot Question – Or Did They?

Dec. 30th at 4:00 pm the city council met to consider Ordinance 54 on second reading.  Mayor Cernanec introduced the Ordinance and opened the public hearing.  After the public hearing was closed, council member Brinkman moved, “Shall the Littleton City … Continue reading

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Citizen Petition Effort a Success – Special Election for March 3, 2015

Yes, we did it! Citizens concerned about the use of eminent domain and the sharing of our public tax dollars with private developers took their message to the voters this past late summer and early fall. Doors were knocked on … Continue reading

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