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Interim Presbyterian Pastor Looking
To Run For City Council
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Grower Hopes to Replace McKean on
Loveland City Council
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John Ryan Keil
R2-J Celebrates 'Noam
Chomsky' Day
Parents and local official furious
see story
Loveland Ward III voters will receive mail-in ballots to select a
representative for Loveland City Council due back by April 11, 2017.

Three candidates have been qualified for the ballot, Steve Olson, John Keil
and Howard Dotson.  The winner will serve out the remaining months of former
Councilman Hugh McKean's four-year term which ends in November.  McKean
was elected to the Colorado State House last November.  In November 2017, a
new election will be held to select council members from each of the city's four
wards to serve four-year terms and a one candidate for mayor to serve a
two-year mayoral term.
Governor's Economic Head Departure
"
Good for Northern Colorado"
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Fiona Arnold
Loveland's Ward III
Surprising Options for Voters
see story
Property Values in Larimer
County Are Up
Commentary by Larimer County Assessor Steve
Miller
Council Declares Part of
Downtown "Bum Free" Zone
see story
Centerra: Taxation Without
Representation
see story
Loveland Mayor Caught:
"Obstructing Justice"
see story
Loveland's Foundry Parking
Could Literally Be Underwater
see story
City to Subsidize Last Presence of Loveland
Reporter-Herald in Loveland
see story
Loveland Councilwoman
Refuses to Resign; After
Leaving Ward II
see story
Council's Laissez-faire Metro District Politics Creating
Backlash from Schools
see story
Council Votes To Divert Flood Aid
To Promote McWhinney's African
Art Collection
see story
City Council Elections: Ward II
When Three Is A Crowd
see story
Jacki Marsh
Jacki Marsh Enters Race for
Mayor of Loveland
see story
Think you hated your assessment
in May?  Just wait for your tax
bill in January
                                                                                - Steve Miller,
Larimer County Assessor

click to read Labor Day commentary by Larimer County Assessor
Steve Miller
Ward I - City Council Race
Jeremy Jersvig Vs. Lenard Larkin
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Loveland's New MayorAlready Under Attack
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Candidate
Office
Total
Percent
Partisan
Affiliation
*Supports
Centerra Voter's
Rights  
Jacki Marsh
John Fogle
Larry Heckel
Mayor
8,271
6,293
3,150
46.69%
35.53%
17.78%
Democrat
Republican
Republican
YES
NO
NO
Jeremy
Jersvig
Lenard Larkin
City Council
Ward 1
2,547
1,691
60.10%
39.90%
Republican
Democrat
NO
?
Kathi Wright
Gail Snyder
Gary Lindquist
City Council
Ward 2
2,056
1,642
1,019
43.59%
34.81%
21.60%
Democrat
Republican
Libertarian
NO?
NO
YES
Steve Olson
John Keil
City Council
Ward 3
2,105
914
69.73%
30.27%
Republican
Libertarian
NO
YES
Dave Clark
City Council
Ward 4
3,128
 
Republican
NO
City To Begin
Tracking You Via
Your Mobile Phone
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Is LBP Selling 'Exclusive Access'
To City Government Incentives
and Officials?

see story
Loveland Municipal Election Result
November 7, 2017
Harry Devereaux Hopes To Replace
Fellow LBP Board Member Doug
Rutledge On DDA Board


see full story
Illegal Agreement for Exclusive Sale of County
Building by Loveland URA
Delayed - Not Dead
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True Costs of Faking Blight
Loveland's Long History of Abusing Urban Renewal laws and the
increasing costs to its residents for past decisions to fake blight

see story
Loveland City Councilman
Steve Olson
LBP Founder Don Marostica
Targeted By Veteran Groups
for 'Fake Military History'  
see our story
Loveland To Target Certain Landowners
Using Controversial New Code

see story
The Lovelander Hotel located at 111
East 4th Street tops the city's list of
buildings that can be demolished by a
determination of city staff if Dangerous
Building Ordinance is passed.