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Senate Bill 284 Killed

Last night, on a procedural motion, Senate Bill 284 was killed. Therefore, the press conference scheduled for today has been CANCELLED. The bill purported to address a so-called “loophole” in the use of urban renewal and tax increment financing on agricultural land for economic development projects but it is drafted solely to insulate a small group of hoteliers from perceived competition....

Capitol Connection: May 1, 2015

CALL FOR ACTION- OPPOSE Senate Bill 284 The Legislative Policy Committee (LPC) OPPOSES SB15-284, Voter Approval TIF Payments Ag Land, by Senate President Bill Cadman (R-Colorado Springs), Senate Majority Leader Mark Scheffel (R-Parker), Representative Ed Vigil (D-San Luis) and Representative Paul Lundeen (R-Monument).  This legislation is designed specifically to kill the Gaylord Rockies Hotel and Conference Center. The late bill purports...

Call for Action: Don’t Kill Gaylord Rockies

Tell Our Legislators Not to Kill Gaylord Rockies The Colorado Association of REALTORS® is asking you to OPPOSE Senate Bill 284.  The late bill purports to address a so-called "loophole" in the use of urban renewal and tax increment financing on agricultural land for economic development projects but it is drafted solely to insulate a small group of hoteliers from perceived...

Construction Defects Reform Dies in House Committee

Unfortunately, after a long hearing, SB177 was defeated in the House State Affairs Committee, aka the kill committee, on a party line vote with the Democrats voting no and the Republicans voting yes.   We would like to thank our House sponsors – Rep. Singer and Rep. DelGrosso and our Senate sponsors – Sen. Scheffel and Sen. Ulibarri.  Thanks to each of...