Research & Miscellaneous Publications


The History of Colorado Counties, Inc. 1907-2007


AMENDMENT 64

2017 Legislative Update –Marijuana Regulation MACC

– Amendment 64 Task Force Report

– Amendment 64 and What it Means for Counties

– Amendment 64 FAQ

Recreational Marijuana – County Regulatory Status by County Map

Medical Marijuana – Regulatory Status

 

County Ordinances
– Archuleta

– Chaffee

– Clear Creek

– Costilla Licensing

– Costilla Land Use Codes

– Eagle Q&A

– Eagle Licensing Regulations

– Grand

– Gunnison Marijuana 101

– Gunnison Licensing

– Larimer

– Park

– Pueblo

– Summit

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BROADBAND

– What Every County Commissioner Should Know About Broadband

– I’ll Vote for You if Make My Netflix Work!

– Practical Infrastructure-Based Approaches to Solving Broadband Problems

– CCI/CML Joint Memo

– Senate Bill 05-152: Concerning Local Government Competition in the Provision of Specified Communications Services

Local Governments Repealing Prohibition on Public Investment in Broadband

SB 152 Opt Out Kit

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HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

CDHS Indirect Cost FAQ

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JUSTICE AND PUBLIC SAFETY

Implementation of Mental Health Hold Task Force Recommendations

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TABOR

Tracking TABOR Table 1993-2016

Debruced Counties

Spending Limit Waiver

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TAX INCREMENT FINANCING

Tax Increment Revenue Agreements – Montrose County, Special Districts and School

Economic Study for Montrose Urban Renewal Authority

Adams County’s Policy For the Review Of Requests for Use of County Tax Increment Financing

–  Adams County’s Guide on How the County Reviews Requests for County Incremental Property Taxes

EPS’ Larimer/Fort Collins/Loveland/Timnath TIF Study

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TERM LIMITS

The following table documents counties that have asked voters to waive  or extend  term limits for elected county officials. “All elected county officials” includes commissioners, assessor, clerk and recorder, coroner, sheriff, surveyor and treasurer.

–  Comprehensive Table

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URBAN RENEWAL AUTHORITIES

HB 15-1348 Urban Renewal Fairness Act Presentation by Carolynne White

Urban Renewal Fairness Act — Dee Wisor

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 MISC

Doing More with Less: Counties Struggle With State Revenue Limitations and Mandates

How to Hire a Local Government Administrator

 

 

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