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November 2, 1999 Election

Special Municipal Election


At the November 2, 1999 election, the following ballot issues were voted on.

Ballot Issues:

  • Ballot Issue 200
    Proposed Citizen-Initiated Ordinance (Truck Route Relocation)

    Outcome:

    Yes 11,665
    No 5,635

    Ballot Issue 200

    A Citizen-Initiated Ordinance

    An ordinance directing the City to pursue the relocation of the Colorado Highway 14 truck route to a location outside of the City's current Urban Growth Area; requiring the City to encourage and cause, by all reasonably available legal means, all truck traffic without local business in the city to use the existing interstate highway system; requiring the City to pursue implementation of a funding plan to cause the relocation of the Colorado Highway 14 truck route outside the City's current Urban Growth Area to be funded by a combination of City, County, State and/or Federal funds; requiring the City to use the remaining funds from the truck route portion of the "Building Community Choices" capital improvement program in furtherance of the foregoing purposes; requiring the City to permanently abandon any alternative truck route in the vicinity of East Vine Drive and prohibiting consideration of an alternative truck route between the currently existing truck route and two miles north of Douglas Road; and reversing and superseding all resolutions and ordinances of the City that are inconsistent with the foregoing.

  • Ballot Issue 2A - Charter Amendment No. 1
    (Eliminating requirement that petition circulators be registered electors)

    Outcome:

    Yes 4,902
    No 10,979

    Ballot Issue 2A

    A Citizen-Initiated Ordinance

    Amendments to Article IX, Section 2 and Article X, Section 5 of the Charter of the City of Fort Collins pertaining to petition circulators, which amendments would eliminate the requirement that the circulators of initiative, referendum or recall petitions be registered electors of the city.

  • Ballot Issue 2B - Charter Amendment No. 2
    (Housekeeping amendment)

    Outcome:

    Yes 12,485
    No 2,625

    Ballot Issue 2B

    Amendments to Article X, Sections 1 and 2 of the Charter of the City of Fort Collins pertaining to initiative and referendum, which amendments would change the usage of the terms "refer" and "submit" so as to provide that initiated measures shall be "submitted" to the voters and referred measures shall be "referred" to the voters.

  • Ballot Issue 2C - Charter Amendment No. 3
    (Recall proceedings)

    Outcome:

    Yes 11,019
    No 3,770

    Ballot Issue

    Amendments to Article IX, Section 1(b) and 1(c) of the Charter of the City of Fort Collins pertaining to recall proceedings, which amendments would establish a ten (10) day time period for submitting a petition for recall to the City Clerk for approval as to its form and would require that recall elections be held not less than sixty (60) nor more than ninety (90) days from the date of presentation of a certified recall petition to the City Council.

  • Ballot Issue 2D - Charter Amendment No. 4
    (Order of candidate names on ballot)

    Outcome:

    Yes 11,503
    No 4,371

    Ballot Issue

    Amendments to Article VIII, Section IV of the Charter of the City of Fort Collins pertaining to elections, which amendments would require that candidates' names be placed on the ballot in alphabetical order by surname for each office, would prohibit the printing of titles or degrees designating the business or profession of the candidate, and would prohibit the use of punctuation marks to distinguish the use of any nickname.

  • Ballot Issue 2E - Charter Amendment No. 5
    (Conflict of interest provisions)

    Outcome:

    Yes 7,320
    No 7,514

    Ballot Issue

    An amendment to Article IV, Section 9 of the Charter of the City of Fort Collins pertaining to conflicts of interest, which amendment would exempt from the City's conflict of interest rules any special purpose committee established to serve for a limited period of time for the purpose of studying specific proposals that may be considered by the City Council.


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