Category Archives: Condemnation

TIF brewing between General Assembly and local governments – Peter Blake

TIF brewing between General Assembly and local governments By Peter Blake Next legislative session there might be a bill Democrats and Republicans can agree on — at least those not in thrall to the Colorado Municipal League. House Majority Leader … 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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Effect of Condemnation – Testimony From A Victim of Eminent Domain

EFFECT OF CONDEMNATION Condemnation is the taking of private property for public purposes. The City of Littleton originally considered condemnation for the purpose of “urban renewal.” Urban Renewal is not as well defined as condemnation and we do not know … Continue reading

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