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Mayor Gutierrez claimed he heard nothing
new during the public comments January
20, 2015 when he refused to allow a
discussion or vote on the subsidy.
A number of residents spoke regarding an
upcoming grocery tax repeal by voters
planned for November's ballot. A new
topic not previously discussed or reported
here or in the Reporter-Herald.
Click on the links below to see video clips
of the public comments on Sprouts during
the January 20, 2015 council meeting
Neighboring property owner of
Loveland Planning Commissioner
Loveland resident who pleads with
council not to take money from road
improvements for Sprouts'
Chairman, Loveland Planning
Various Other Public Comments
|Council Meeting Erupts As Mayor Again
Manipulates City Process For Sprouts'
|A shaking and red faced Councilman Trenary is comforted by Councilman Talyor who
caressed his arm and shoulder for several minutes as Trenary appeared humiliated after he
was unable to shout-down Councilman Troy Krenning
|Second from bottom left, Brian Wood motions to Mayor Gutierrez after being attacked by
Councilwoman Shaffer. Mayor Gutierrez explained to Wood he cannot comment in response
as whatever he has to say would be "immaterial."
The bearded man in the rear center is Counclwoman Joan Shaffer's landlord and downtown
property owner whose projects she regularly advocates for subsidies on Loveland's City
Council. She is also rumored to be dependent on him financially for loans since she has been
unable to find regular employment.
City Hall's "King Mike" who orchastrated the slow-reveal of the Sprouts' deal to council is seen
bottom far right with his hand near his face.
|Loveland's new City Attorney, Tami
Yellico, attempted to stop Planning
Commissioners against testifying
against the Sprouts subsidy to avoid
a future conflict of interest. You can
see City Manager Bill Cahill whisper
in her ear shortly before making the
announcement in the Buddy Meyer
comments video link above.
|Councilman Ralph Trenary attempts to
stop Councilman Krenning from
interrupting colleague Joan Shaffer's
attack on Krenning by shouting "stop
|Councilman Chauncey Taylor sat quietly
throughout the meeting. Along with the
others who voted on January 6, to give
Sprouts' developer $2.2 million he said
nothing and appeared to be checking
email while the public was speaking