City Election Information
FINAL RESULTS OF THE APRIL 2, 2019 REGULAR ELECTION
CITY COUNCILOR - WARD 1:
Steve Davis Won by acclamation
CITY COUNCILOR - WARD 3:
Jennifer Vanian 156 votes
Ksana Oglesby 46 votes
Charles (Charlie) Willman 211 votes
CITY COUNCILOR - WARD 4:
Paula Stepp Won by acclamation
CITY COUNCILOR - AT LARGE:
Jim Ingraham 592 votes
Erika Gibson 475 votes
Tony Hershey 1013 votes
BALLOT ISSUE A:
SHALL THE CITY OF GLENWOOD SPRINGS TAXES BE INCREASED $4.5 MILLION ANNUALLY (WHICH AMOUNT REPRESENTS ESTIMATED REVENUES IN 2020, THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR OF COLLECTION) AND BY WHATEVER AMOUNT IS GENERATED THEREAFTER THROUGH THE IMPOSITION FOR A LIMITED TWENTY-YEAR PERIOD OF A STREET MAINTENANCE AND RECONSTRUCTION SALES AND USE TAX IMPOSED AT THE RATE OF THREE-QUARTERS OF ONE PERCENT (0.75%), WHICH TAX SHALL COMMENCE JULY 1, 2019 AND SHALL EXPIRE AT MIDNIGHT ON JUNE 30, 2039; SHALL, WITHOUT FUTURE VOTER APPROVAL, SUCH TAX INCREASE BE USED ONLY FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING STREETS AND ALLEYS, INCLUDING SIDEWALKS, DRAINAGE AND UTILITIES, AND DEBT ISSUED FOR SUCH PURPOSES; AND SHALL APPLICABLE PROVISIONS OF TITLE 040 OF THE CITY CODE BE AMENDED BY THE CITY COUNCIL CONSISTENT WITH THIS BALLOT ISSUE?
Ballot Question A received 897 YES votes, 1340 NO votes
Ballot Question A DID NOT PASS
BALLOT ISSUE B:
SHALL THE CITY OF GLENWOOD SPRINGS DEBT BE INCREASED UP TO $16 MILLION, WITH A MAXIMUM REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $21 MILLION, FOR THE PURPOSE OF FINANCING CAPITAL COSTS RELATING TO THE MAINTENANCE AND RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING STREETS AND ALLEYS INCLUDING SIDEWALKS, DRAINAGE AND UTILITIES, SUCH DEBT TO CONSIST OF SALES AND USE TAX REVENUE BONDS WHICH ARE PAYABLE FROM THE CITY'S STREET MAINTENANCE AND RECONSTRUCTION SALES AND USE TAX IF THE SEPARATE BALLOT ISSUE RELATING TO SAID TAX IS APPROVED BY VOTERS AT THIS ELECTION, WITH SUCH DEBT TO BE ISSUED, DATED AND SOLD AT SUCH TIME, AND AT SUCH PRICES (AT, ABOVE OR BELOW PAR) AND TO CONTAIN SUCH TERMS, NOT INCONSISTENT HEREWITH, AS THE CITY COUNCIL MAY DETERMINE?
Ballot Question B received 866 YES votes, 1344 NO votes
Ballot Question B DID NOT PASS
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