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Council Study Session To Focus On Train Noise
$9.5 Million for Quiet Zones
Is raising property taxes their only remedy?
The City of Loveland is telling its residents that building improved railroad crossings throughout Loveland will
cost approximately $9.5 million that the city doesn’t have.   Privately, the city manager and council are discussing a
plan to create a “special improvement district” to raise property taxes on parcels near railroad tracks within
Loveland’s city limits.
see previous story on this issue by LovelandPolitics
for being a Quiet Zone?
2009 presentation.