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Discussions with members of the Longmont City Council.

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Discussions with members of the Longmont City Council.

    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 9 – Tim Waters

    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 9 – Tim Waters

    Source: Tim Waters Website
    Council Member Tim Waters and Longmont Observer Publisher, Scott Converse, sit down for a discussion about a range of topics including:
    Windy Gap 30% jump in costs- What does it mean?
    Railroad Quiet Zones- Is there a good reason it’s not being funded but many other infrastructure items in the budget are?
    Gun controversies- Tuesday’s council meeting and proclamations.
    Results of World Cafe Gun Discussion.  How did it go?
    Special Tax Districts and how they might work in Longmont.
    Have questions for the council?  Send them to scott@longmontobserver.org. We do podcasts with the council on a regular basis and we’ll be happy to include relevant questions in our future interviews.
     

    • 50 Min.
    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 8 – Polly Christensen

    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 8 – Polly Christensen

    Today, the Longmont Observer’s publisher, Scott Converse, talks with Polly Christensen, our Mayor Pro Tem.
    Topics include, but are not limited to:

    Inclusionary Housing, homelessness and how it all ties together.
    The new land development code and how it affects businesses and residents of Longmont.
    Where’s up the city on the 3 bond issues that are on the ballot in November?
    The 30% increase of the cost of the Windy Gap Water Project and it’s potential to raise water rates even more than anticipated in Longmont.
    Trains and quiet zones.
    The recent discussions on metro and special tax districts.
    Prairie dog outrage.

    Do you have questions that you would like Scott to ask city council members? Comment below.

    • 54 Min.
    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 7 – Joan Peck

    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 7 – Joan Peck

    Topics include, but are not limited to:

    The new land development code and how it affects businesses and residents of Longmont.
    Progress on homelessness.
    Where’s the city on the 3 bond issues totaling $32 million that’s on the ballot in November?
    Why did we have a letter opposing the citizenship question on the 2020 ballot?
    The recent discussions on metro and special tax districts.
    Prairie dog outrage.
    The 30% jump in cost for the Windy Gap water project
    Railroad Quiet Zones

    Do you have questions that you would like Scott to ask city council members? Comment below.

    • 43 Min.
    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 6 – Marcia Martin

    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 6 – Marcia Martin

    Source: WTF Colorado
    Topics include, but are not limited to:

    The new land development code and how it affects businesses and residents of Longmont.
    Progress on homelessness.
    Where’s the city on the 3 bond issues totaling $32 million that’s on the ballot in November?
    Why did we have a letter opposing the citizenship question on the 2020 ballot?
    The recent discussions on metro and special tax districts.
    Prairie dog outrage.

    Do you have questions that you would like Scott to ask city council members? Comment below.

    The Longmont Observer is supported by readers like you and it is through your donor contributions that we are able to provide our community Longmont focused news. With your help we are able to make podcasts, such as this one, to fulfill our mission of educating and informing our Longmont community.
    Click here to Become a Member today

    • 58 Min.
    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 5 – City Council Member Aren Rodriguez

    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Episode 5 – City Council Member Aren Rodriguez

    Source: Aren R. website
     
    Today’s Talk With The Council (TWTC) Podcast is with Aren Rodriguez, Longmont City Council Member.  The topics discussed include the oil and gas agreement Longmont recently finalized, how the proposed 2,500 foot state law would effect that agreement, affordable housing, inclusionary housing, DACA and the immigration issue, guns and gun ordinances, the food tax project called Untax Food, cannabis shops in Longmont and state politics, specifically the race for governor.

    The Longmont Observer is supported by readers like you and it is through your donor contributions that we are able to provide our community Longmont focused news. With your help we are able to make podcasts, such as this one, to fulfill our mission of educating and informing our Longmont community.
    Click here to Become a Member today

    • 51 Min.
    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Bonnie Finely- June 1st 2018 – Episode 4

    Podcast: Talk With The Council – Bonnie Finely- June 1st 2018 – Episode 4

    Councilmember Bonnie Finley
    Today’s discussion covers the recent oil and gas agreement the City Council just approved, the changes being made to the planning and zoning rules around height, density and other issues, DACA and sanctuary cities, gun violence and the recent strong showing of pro- 2nd Amendment forces at a city council meeting and some discussion about the recent City Council Retreat where a set of goals for where we want to be as a city in 20 years where developed.

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