The Longmont At-large City Council Debate.
The September 17, Longmont City Council meeting included two presentations on the proposed 2020 budget. These presentations were originally planned to be...
The Longmont Observer will be hosting the third in its 2019 series of city council debates on Saturday, September 21st, in the Longmont Museum's Stewart Auditorium.
Your kids, that is why we do it. That is exactly why we do it. There are kids out there in this community, we don't want that stuff here, none of us do. We are pretty passionate about that.
"The new bridge will be longer and the channel underneath deeper, the end result of which will be a bridge better able to withstand higher flood events than what we have today," said Tom Street of the City Public Works and Natural Resources Department.
Due to a nearly four hour Public Invited to Be Heard session which mostly heard the public's stance on the proposed Gun Safety Resolution by Councilmember Tim Waters, the discussion on the 2020 budget was tabled until the September 17 Longmont City Council Study Session.
https://www.facebook.com/longmontobserver/videos/501544580665022/ https://youtu.be/ivK0_sAalIY Civic CenterCity Council Chambers350 Kimbark St.Longmont, CO 80501Meeting begins at 7...
At-Large seats represent all of Longmont, any citizen residing in Longmont is eligible to run. This year, four people will be on the ballot.
The following is the St. Vrain Valley Board of Education agenda for the September 18 Study Session. This meeting...
“eliminates the homeowners’ risk of displacement, gives them more control over lot rent fluctuations, and preserves affordable homeownership in Longmont.”