City educates about TABOR ballot question
City of Castle Pines Mayor Jeffrey Huff making a presentation to the Castle Pines Chamber of Commerce board of directors on August 22 regarding the city’s proposed TABOR ballot question for this November’s election.
City officials and staff held an open house in August to meet with residents and answer questions regarding the upcoming TABOR ballot question. Pictured above left to right: Council member Kim Hoffman, Council member Kathy Des Rosiers, Deputy City Clerk Diana Spencer, Council member Tara Radloff, and City Administrative Assistant Karen Decker.
Article and photos by Terri Wiebold
City of Castle Pines officials have been making the rounds to community homeowner’s associations and the business community, trying to educate residents about its proposed ballot question that will appear on this November’s ballot.
The city is mailing information to homes and businesses and stressing the importance of getting educated about this issue now. Under the Fair Campaign Practices Act, no public money or publicly owned facilities can be used to advocate for a particular ballot question after council approves the ballot language. According to Interim City Manager James McGrady, this is anticipated to occur on September 5.
For information about the proposed ballot question, go to www.castlepinesgov.com and click on “TABOR Information” on the home page.