So he's going to be come a political consult on what, how to fail at campaigning and winning a winnable campaign while being Ed Jones 2.0?
Nobody ever accused CDOT of competence.
Yet you don't see the HD17 rep doing legislation to decommission Business Route 24 and return it to the cities and county, either.
Get that done first, then the cities can continue to fix it right.
Lost in the entire article is question that was never asked in the first place, which is why we need government permission slips and fees to use OUR property on OUR roads...
> In the meantime, the nonprofit Incline Friends has raised $40,000 to hire a consultant to develop an application to request a National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) study for "the northern trail,"
Don't we need the Strawberry Fields deal to go through before that happens?
PLEASE GO TO LINK & TELL GOV BROWN TO MEET WITH SEX WORKERS TO DISCUSS DECRIMINALIZATION! YES ITS TRUE PIMPS & BAD PEOPLE CAN NOT COMPETE WITH INDEPENDENT ADULT SEX WORKERS! WHEN ITS DECRIMINALIZED!
.... The great hypocrisy of this group is simply ...they claim having TWO LANES all the way through Manitou will IMPROVE traffic flow? ..... ??? ....??? .... If so "Dear Sally" why not have Colorado Avenue TWO LANES all the way to Nevada Avenue, Why stop ??? .....
What law they choose to be derelict in there duties ! Along with there administration of Dems . , easier then doing their jobs !
Why is 1.9 million less criminals living here illegally a problem?
A press due to the presence of The Indy. Hopefully the town will grow to the point where it can support a real daily paper.
On this Thanksgiving Day ... I am grateful for a free press .... for spectacular land ..... and for the freedom to fight for that land.
its sad the the democratic party used to be about workers and protecting people, now its all just hand outs and endless fees and taxes. if they never get another office i won't be too worried.
Some odd comments on here. First, a Bond isn't exclusively (or even often times, anything to do with) building NEW schools. It's more commonly to support the upkeep of existing, in some cases quite antiquated buildings. Surely we don't want our children being educated for the 21st century in buildings barely fit for the 20th century?
I don't remember the district anywhere down-playing the cost, or suggesting that it the proposed additional taxes weren't 'a big deal'. They simply tallied up their needs, focused on those that were a most pressing priority, costed them accordingly, and presented that to the taxpayers.
What about the benefit to tax payers when they see an increase in their property VALUES? When you live in an area where the schools are modern, high-tech, and in high demand, local home owners benefit? What's the value of that?
I am about to be homeless I am a 35 yr old male with the ability to work and all proper documentation I need a reliable place for shelter while I seek employment and get a paycheck at which time I will seek my own place please someone help me I am willing to do chores as well as handyman work for lodging I have experience in plumbing, electrical, carpentry, and painting
"It's a diversity stroll!"
And the more the trolls strolled, diverse it got...
"Are the county's Democrats doomed to stagnation in perpetuity?"
Until they get off the socialist bandwagon and embrace freedom, yes.
Until they quit the lip service to minorities, yes.
Until they learn what actual economics is all about, yes.
Until they ditch the Clinton Machine, yes.
Until they re-embrace classical liberalism instead of the racism and theft policies of Jackson, Johnson, FDR, and Wilson, yes.
Until they stand for rule of law and blue-collar/white-collar street reality instead of ivory tower philosophy that has no success in reality, yes.
Don't hold your breath.
Marijuana taxes contribute $0 to school operational funds, the money that pays for teachers, books and technology. The marijuana tax law stipulates a maximum of $40 million goes into school construction. D11 has no need to build a new school at this time, and because of our assessed valuation as a major consideration in applying for these funds, D11 is likely to never see a dime of this money.
CSaction video of the march and rally: https://youtu.be/XSm71YOnQJg
The district might not think that an extra $100-$200 a year in property taxes is a big deal, but to many people it is, especially considering that insurance, utility bills, phone bills, cable rates, etc., are also on the rise. It was also a bad idea to think that people would swallow the whole $235 million pill all at once, especially since it was possible to look at the districts spending plan for it and see items that simply didn't seem that critical. A separate school maintenance bond would likely have passed since people can clearly see how the district has let the schools crumble in order to move money to other areas.
The school capital construction only applies to building a new building as I have understood it. this does nothing for the needs of d11 that already has too many schools. most school districts get nothing from the pot fund as it currently stands.
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