Money factors big in Littleton urban renewal election
Nearly $70,000 has been injected into a special election in Littleton that will help determine the course of future redevelopment efforts.
The bulk of that sum — $67,405 — has been raised by opponents of Question 300, a charter amendment that would limit the city’s power and discretion to use urban renewal tools like eminent domain and tax increment financing, to lure developers into revamping aging retail centers in Littleton. Please follow the link to see the rest of the article. http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_27534434/money-factors-big-littleton-urban-renewal-election