Saturday, May 25, 2019

Marijuana Hospitality Establishments: House Bill 19-1230 Approved

The next evolution of legalized and medical marijuana has come of age, as House Bill 19-1230 concerning marijuana hospitality establishments has been approved.

City Council Places Possible Development Stop on Future Agenda

The Longmont City Council voted to place the topic of stopping all new development in the City of Longmont until August 4 on a future city council agenda.

Podcast: The Backstory – City Council’s Vision & Goals – Episode 2

City Council member Tim Waters hosts this episode of The Backstory podcast with guests Mayor Brian Bagley and City Manager Harold Dominguez.

Video: Longmont Planning & Zoning Meeting 5-22-2019 City of Longmont Planning & Zoning Meeting 5-22-2019 AGENDAPLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSIONCITY COUNCIL CHAMBERSCIVIC CENTER COMPLEX, 350...

Longmont City Council Agenda for May 21, 2019

7:00 p.m. – City Council Chambers - Regular Session MEETING CALLED TO ORDER . Civic Center 350 Kimbark Street, Longmont, CO 80501

Governor Polis visits St. Vrain Hub for Bill Signing Ceremony

Governor Polis, Senate and House bill sponsors, and stakeholders attend a bill signing ceremony at the Boulder County St. Vrain Community Hub in Longmont

Video: Longmont City Council Meeting 5-21-19 ROLL CALL – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCECHAIR REMINDER TO THE PUBLICA. Anyone Wishing To Speak At “First...

Longmont City Council Discuss Changes in Municipal Code On Bicycle Operation

The Longmont City Council listened to a presentation from Ben Ortiz, City of Longmont transportation planner concerning the City of Longmont Municipal Code regarding the operation of bicycles.

Wage Theft Bill Passes Colorado State Legislature, Awaits Governor’s Signature

Wage theft is the active attempt by an employer to not pay their workers what they are actually owed.

Police, Citing Stats & Surveys, Continue Encrypting Radio

Longmont police chief Mike Butler presented to the Longmont City Council about how encrypting police radios has made both the public and the police force safer and a decision was made, after a 6 month trial period, to continue encrypting radios indefinitely.
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