BNSF Railway is closing all lanes, northbound and southbound, of N. Lemay Avenue, including the bike lanes, south of E. Vine Drive for emergency track repair.
The Work Session, which will start after the Urban Renewal Authority Board Meeting, includes BOB 2.0, commercial water allotments, and a new Utilities building and renovation of 700 Wood Street.
Weigh in on additional marijuana regulations the City is considering regarding non-business related marijuana growing in warehouses and other non-residential buildings.
Council originally was scheduled to discuss staff recommendations on the Housing Affordability Policy Study at a regular meeting Oct. 7. That discussion is postponed until the Nov. 25 work session.
Neighborhood Services will host a two-part landlord training class on Thursday, Oct. 9, and Thursday, Oct. 16, from 7:45 a.m.-noon each day. Class cost is $25. To register, call 970-416-2351.
For the second year in a row, the Colorado Association of Transit Agencies (CASTA) awarded Transfort the Large Transit System of the Year. Kurt Ravenschlag also recognized as one of "4 Under 40."
Come weigh in on the topics of homelessness and the Vine and Lemay intersection. Both are great ways to share your thoughts on topics of interest in Fort Collins.
Do you have questions about the Building on Basics tax renewal? Request a presentation on BOB 2.0 and learn more about sales tax initiatives to fund major capital projects.
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