Loveland Councilman Walt Skowron
Remembered
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1933 - 2016
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14 Time Felon To Manage $90 Million
For Johnstown's Scheels Development
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City Hires New Development Services Director
Read about his controversial reforms of Rapid City Planning
and Development Services
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Loveland's newly
appointed Director of
Development Services -

Brett Limbaugh
California Developer Granted
Special Taxing Authority In Loveland
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State House Candidate Fears Early
Disqualification From Ballot
Tom Lucero
Hugh McKean
Merchants Fear S.
Catalyst Will Be
'Crime Catalyst' for
Downtown
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McKean & Johnson Opponents Fail To
Get on Republican Primary Ballot
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McWhinney's True Beginnings In Loveland
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State House District 51
candidate Tom Lucero
will face Loveland
Councilman Hugh
McKean in Repulican
primary
Lucero Petitions Onto
Primary Ballot
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UPDATE:  May 27, 2016
See Emails Between Erion and EWI
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Erion Departure Raises Ethical
Questions Regarding City Employees
(see story)
Downtown Business May Leave Due to
Increasing Crime
Business owner wants gold star not golden doors

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Bill Cahill, Loveland City Manager, Fired
Loveland's City Council voted unanimously to terminate Bill Cahill

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TSD Superintendent: Survey Results Show
Community Is Uneducated
Stan Scheer's Reaction to only 42% of respondents
supporting property tax increases to fund school bond

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Loveland Promotes New City Manager
Skipping the human resources' advertising and interview process council
votes to promote Director of Water and Power to City Manager

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Homeless Family Take-Over Elderly
Man's Residence and Car
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Property Taxes Will Go Up Next Year;
Even If Ballot Measures Fail
see commentary by Larimer County Assessor Steve Miller
Larimer County
Assessor Steve Miller
Ballot Measures Contain Hidden
McWhinney Tax
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Larimer County Republicans
caucus delegates crowd CSU
Lory Student Center and
send two hopeful candidates
packing
City to Sell Property for $5,000
As part of the city's newest incarnation of the failing downtown 'South Catalyst'
project, former McWhinney executive to buy city property for $5,000 and build
private parking garage using debt raised from newly proposed new Metro
District to levy property taxes on future property owners

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Brinkman COO and former
McWhinney General
Manager Jay Hardy
proposed buying city owned
property for $5,000