There are two ballot questions in the March 3 special election in Littleton.
Vote NO on Initiative 300: Initiative 300 would require elections for urban renewal which would add time, risk and unpredictability—and costs to Littleton taxpayers—to investing in our community. A closer look at Initiative 300 shows that it will close the door on opportunities for improvements in key commercial corridors, harm to our community’s competitiveness, and threaten our economy, property values and local programs that we depend on such as senior services, public safety (police, fire, emergency response), our library and museum, and maintaining our streets and roads.
Vote YES on Referendum 2A: Littleton Strong supports Referendum 2A which, if approved by voters on March 3, would strengthen protections for Littleton property owners in urban renewal districts by prohibiting the use of eminent domain and condemnation, unless specifically requested by affected property owners in a ‘friendly’ condemnation. This protects property owners and is the right direction for Littleton, not the far-reaching and high-risk anti-urban renewal Initiative 300.
Littleton Strong is an organization formed to protect the economic vitality and quality of life in Littleton. We are Littleton residents of all ages and backgrounds, business owners, volunteers on community boards, parents and neighbors, and we are leading the campaign effort to oppose the anti-urban renewal election in Littleton on March 3, 2015. Also supporting the Keep Littleton Strong campaign are: South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, Littleton Business Coalition, Colorado Competitive Council, Apartment Association of Colorado, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, South Metro Denver REALTORS Association, Colorado Association of REALTORS, Colorado Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors, and National Association of REALTORS.
Learn more about and contribute to our campaign at www.KeepLittletonStrong.com.
If you have any questions about any ongoing Legislative Issues, please do not hesitate to contact either Kathie Barstnar or Tim Reilly.
Legislative Affairs Committee Chair