November 7, 2006 Special Election
Special Election held in conjunction with the Larimer County General Election
At the November 7, 2006 special municipal election, the following ballot issues were voted on.
Ballot Issue No. 1 - REFERRED ISSUE 2E
(repealing citizen-initiated Ordinance No. 142, 1999, pertaining to the proposed relocation of the Colorado Highway 14 Truck Route)
Yes 25,517 58.76% No 17,906 41.24%
Ballot Issue - REFERRED ISSUE 2E
A CITY-INITIATED MEASURE TO REPEAL CITIZEN-INITIATED ORDINANCE NO. 142, 1999, PERTAINING TO THE PROPOSED RELOCATION OF THE COLORADO HIGHWAY 14 TRUCK ROUTE
Shall citizen-initiated Ordinance No. 142, 1999, which requires the City of Fort Collins to work with other affected government agencies to pursue the relocation of the Colorado Highway 14 Truck Route to a location outside the City's Growth Management Area boundaries and which also requires the City to use all funds remaining from the "Building Community Choices" Capital Improvement Program for such relocation efforts, be repealed in its entirety, so that said ordinance would be of no further force and effect and the remaining funds referenced in the ordinance, in the approximate amount of $1.8 million, would instead be used either to further pursue the relocation of the Colorado Highway 14 Truck Route or to fund transportation capital improvement projects in the northeast quadrant of the City or for both such purposes?
City-Initiated Measure - REFERRED ISSUE 2D
(authorizing the issuance of bonds for Downtown Development Authority projects)
This issue is limited to property owners within the District.
Yes 287 77.99% No 81 22.01%
Ballot Issue - REFERRED ISSUE 2D
A CITY-INITIATED MEASURE TO AUTHORIZE THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS FOR DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY PROJECTS
SHALL CITY OF FORT COLLINS DEBT BE INCREASED BY NO MORE THAN $150,000,000 WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF $250,000,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING THE COSTS OF DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS TO BE UNDERTAKEN BY OR ON BEHALF OF THE FORT COLLINS DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY PURSUANT TO THE APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF COLORADO LAW AND THE FORT COLLINS DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY PLAN OF DEVELOPMENT, AS SUCH PLAN MAY BE AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME; SUCH DEBT AND THE INTEREST THEREON TO BE PAYABLE SOLELY FROM AND SECURED BY A PLEDGE OF THE SPECIAL FUND OF THE CITY WHICH SHALL CONTAIN AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAX INCREMENT REVENUES LEVIED AND COLLECTED WITHIN THE BOUNDARIES OF THE AUTHORITY; AND SHALL SUCH DEBT BE EVIDENCED BY BONDS, NOTES, CONTRACTS OR OTHER FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS TO BE SOLD OVER TIME IN ONE SERIES OR MORE FOR A PRICE ABOVE OR BELOW THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT THEREOF, ON SUCH TERMS AND CONDITIONS, AND WITH SUCH MATURITIES AS MAY BE PERMITTED BY LAW AND AS THE CITY COUNCIL MAY DETERMINE, INCLUDING PROVISIONS FOR REDEMPTION OF THE DEBT PRIOR TO MATURITY WITH OR WITHOUT PAYMENT OF THE PREMIUM OF NOT MORE THAN 3% OF THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT SO REDEEMED AND SHALL THE PROCEEDS FROM SUCH DEBT AND ANY INVESTMENT INCOME EARNED FROM SUCH PROCEEDS BE COLLECTED AND SPENT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER SECTION 20 OF ARTICLE X OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION?
- Notice of Proposed Increase in Debt for the Downtown Development Authority (pursuant to C.R.S. 1-7-908)
- Campaign Finance Reports