Media Contacts

Council Motion Directing Next Steps in Public Nudity Ordinance Litigation

Amanda King responded to an inquiry from April Schildmeyer (Denver 7) about how the City council voted on item 18 regarding possible motion directing the city attorney on next steps related to the litigation regarding the city's public nudity ordinance. Amanda responded via email that the Council voted to approve approve a motion that directs the City Attorney to negotiate with the plaintiff's attorneys in the case of FTN v. City of Fort Collins in order to pursue potential settlement of the matter and report back to Council on the outcome of those negotiations, while continuing to take such steps as the City Attorney determines are necessary to preserve the City's ability to appeal the United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals' decision in this case to the United States Supreme Court. She also shared links to the meeting video and posted related court documents. It is unknown when a story is expected.

Poudre River Whitewater Park Safety

Jami McMannes, Senior Coordinator of Marketing for Parks & Recreation, responded to NorthForty News via email regarding the press release that was distributed May 21, 2019. The release included information about the park construction schedule and safety in the construction zone. Story expected to run in June.

KUNC re-growth pressures

Cameron Gloss interviewed with Matt Bloom of KUNC. He is doing a three part series on growth-related issues facing Fort Collins. The first story aired today and there is likely additional coverage related specifically to the Hughes Redevelopment site during the upcoming weeks.

Poudre River Whitewater Park

Kurt Friesen met with Pamela Johnson, a reporter from the Loveland Reporter Herald newspaper to discuss the Poudre River Whitewater Park project. The meeting was held on site at the College Avenue bridge. The project purpose, status, objectives, features, etc. were discussed and photographed. An article is planned in the outdoor section of the newspaper this Thursday.

Press Releases

Proposed Transfort Service Changes Open House

Once a year, the City of Fort Collins public transit agency, Transfort, makes improvements to its service. Prior to implementing major service changes, riders can provide feedback and suggestions a...

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