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El Paso County 2017 Coordinated Election - What's on the ballot?

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Get to know what's on your ballot for the El Paso County 2017 Coordinated Election happening on November 7. Ballots will arrive in mailboxes across the county after October 16. Find more information at www.epcvotes.com

Municipality Candidates

City of Manitou Springs Mayor (two year term)

  • Nicole Nicoletta
  • Ken Jaray

City of Manitou Springs City Council Ward One

  • Susan Wolbrueck

City of Manitou Springs City Council Ward Two

  • Nancy Fortuin

City of Manitou Springs City Council Ward Three

  • Bob Todd

School District Candidates

Widefield School District 3 Director - 4-year term

  • Susan Waller-Graham
  • Charron Schoenberger
  • Theresa Watson

Widefield School District 3 Director - 2-year term

  • Neil Nelson

Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Director - 4-year term

  • Randle W. Case II
  • Nissa Steinhour

Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Director - 2-year term

  • Susan Morris Mellow

Colorado Springs School District 11 Director - 2-year term

  • Mary Coleman

Colorado Springs School District 11 Director - 4-year term

  • Morgan Chavez
  • Julie Ott
  • Shawn Gullixson
  • Jim Mason

Hanover School District 28 Director - 4-year term

  • Dwight Smith
  • Edward A Sweazy
  • Scott T Gardner
  • Charity Garre

Big Sandy School District 100J Director - 4-year term

  • Chad Maranville
  • Lori Ellefson

Big Sandy School District 100J Director - 2-year term

  • Nancy Sotomayor

Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8 Director - 4-year term

  • Rose Terrell
  • Loretta (Lori) Kimball
  • Michelle Hopkins

Manitou Springs School District 14 Director - 4-year term

  • Natalie Johnson
  • Christina Vidovich
  • Anna H. Lord
  • Jonathan T. Dooley
  • Jack Sharon

Lewis-Palmer School District 38 Director District 1 - 4-year term

  • Sherri Hawkins
  • Chris G. Taylor

Lewis-Palmer School District 38 Director District 3 - 4-year term

  • Tiffiney Upchurch
  • Thomas De Angelis

Academy School District 20 Director - 4-year term

  • Karin Reynolds
  • Thomas LaValley
  • William H. Temby
  • Doug Lundberg
  • Eric S. Davis

Fremont RE-2 School District Director District E - 2-year term

  • Andy Franklin

Fremont RE-2 School District Director District F - 4-year term

  • Linda Schmidt

Peyton School District 23J Director - 4-year term

  • Jim Eckelberry
  • Bart Hanks
  • Julie Mannering

Harrison School District 2 Director - 4-year term

  • Linda M. Pugh
  • Steven R. Seibert
  • Joshua Hitchcock
  • Jeannie Orozco
Voters also have multiple issues to review this November. We've included the exact language on the ballot below.
TABOR notices, further explaining the issues, will arrive in mailboxes during the second week of October. CLICK HERE to read it online now in PDF form.

EL PASO COUNTY - 1A

WITHOUT IMPOSING NEW TAXES OR RAISING TAX RATES, SHALL EL PASO COUNTY BE PERMITTED TO RETAIN AND SPEND $14,548,000 IN EXCESS 2016 REVENUE AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE PURSUANT TO TABOR (ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION) TO INVEST ONLY IN THE FOLLOWING INFRASTRUCTURE: • THE I-25 CORRIDOR GAP LOCAL SHARE AND OTHER ROADWAY SAFETY AND IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS, UP TO $12 MILLION; • DISASTER RECOVERY PROJECTS; AND • PARKS, TRAILS AND OPEN SPACE PROJECTS, WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT SUCH EXCESS REVENUE WOULD OTHERWISE BE REFUNDED ONLY TO TAXABLE REAL PROPERTY OWNERS AS A ONE-TIME TAX CREDIT (EXAMPLE: APPROXIMATELY $40 FOR A TYPICAL SINGLE-FAMILY HOME VALUED AT $250,000), AND TO RETAIN AND SPEND IN THE 2017 FISCAL YEAR AND THEREAFTER AN AMOUNT OF REVENUE THAT EXCEEDS CURRENT TABOR LIMITATIONS BUT IS NO GREATER THAN THE COUNTY REVENUE CAP, WHICH CONTINUES TO LIMIT FUTURE REVENUE GROWTH AS PROVIDED IN RESOLUTION NO. 17-244?

YES

NO


CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS - 2A

Without imposing any new tax or increasing any existing taxes, shall Ordinance No. 17-69 of the City of Colorado Springs be approved authorizing: the collection of stormwater service fees beginning July 1, 2018 and ending July 1, 2038, for the sole purpose of funding through a City enterprise, the construction, improvement, operation and maintenance of public stormwater facilities and a public stormwater system in the City, including regulatory permit compliance and protection of life and property within the City from the hazards of ooding and stormwater, to be assessed on all developed real property within the City, with such fees not to exceed the following maximum amounts: Residential property: $5.00 per dwelling unit/month Non-residential property: $30.00 per acre/month providing that such fees may be thereafter increased by City Council by Resolution only to the extent required to comply with a valid court order, federal or state permits, federal or state laws, and intergovernmental agreements of the City entered into before June 1, 2016; and providing for citizen advisory committee oversight?

YES

NO


CITY OF MANITOU SPRINGS - 2B

SHALL CITY OF MANITOU SPRINGS DEBT BE INCREASED $3.9 MILLION, WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $7,000,000; AND SHALL CITY TAXES BE INCREASED UP TO $400,000 ANNUALLY TO PAY SUCH DEBT, WITH THE PROCEEDS TO BE USED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING FIRE PROTECTION IMPROVEMENTS AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS FOR CITY PURPOSES, WHICH MAY INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: • CONSTRUCTING AND EQUIPPING A MUNICIPAL PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITY TO BE UTILIZED AS A TRAINING AND EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER FOR THE FIRE AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS, AND FOR USE DURING TIMES OF FLOOD OR OTHER NATURAL DISASTERS TO MAINTAIN CONTINUITY OF GOVERNMENT, AND AS A STORAGE FACILITY FOR MUNICIPAL PURPOSES; AND SHALL THE MILL LEVY BE INCREASED IN ANY YEAR WITHOUT LIMITATION AS TO RATE BUT ONLY IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT OR ANY REFUNDING DEBT (OR TO CREATE A RESERVE FOR SUCH PAYMENT); SUCH DEBT TO BE EVIDENCED BY THE ISSUANCE OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS OR OTHER MULTIPLE FISCAL YEAR FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS; TO BE SOLD IN ONE SERIES OR MORE, FOR A PRICE ABOVE OR BELOW THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF SUCH SERIES, ON TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND WITH SUCH MATURITIES AS PERMITTED BY LAW, INCLUDING PROVISIONS FOR REDEMPTION OF THE BONDS PRIOR TO MATURITY WITH OR WITHOUT PAYMENT OF THE PREMIUM OF NOT TO EXCEED ONE PERCENT; AND SHALL SUCH TAX REVENUES AND THE EARNINGS FROM THE INVESTMENT OF SUCH BOND PROCEEDS AND TAX REVENUES BE COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

YES

NO


CITY OF MANITOU SPRINGS - 2C

Without increasing taxes, shall the City of Manitou Springs have the legal right to provide high-speed internet services (advanced services), telecommunications services and cable television services to residents, businesses, schools, libraries, nonprot entities and other users of such services, either directly or indirectly with public or private sector partners, as expressly permitted by Colorado Revised Statutes §§ 29-27-101 through 304, entitled "Competition in Utility and Entertainment Services"?

YES

NO


WIDEFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT 3 - 3A

SHALL WIDEFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3 TAXES BE INCREASED $3.5 MILLION IN 2018 AND ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY AN AMOUNT THAT, WHEN COMBINED WITH OTHER TAXES PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY DISTRICT VOTERS IN 2002 FOR THE DISTRICT'S GENERAL FUND, EQUALS TEN PERCENT OF THE DISTRICT'S TOTAL PROGRAM AS PROVIDED BY STATE LAW (AS SUCH TERM IS DEFINED IN STATE LAW OR ANY SIMILAR TERMS PROVIDED IN ANY SUCCESSOR PROVISION OF STATE LAW), BY THE LEVY OF PROPERTY TAXES FOR THE DISTRICT'S GENERAL FUND AT A RATE THAT WILL PRODUCE AN AMOUNT EQUAL TO TEN PERCENT OF THE DISTRICT'S TOTAL PROGRAM, TO FUND DISTRICT OPERATIONS INCLUDING, AMONG OTHER THINGS: • RECOVERING A PORTION OF CUTS IN STATE FUNDING TO ENHANCE DISTRICT STEM, READING, WRITING, AND MATH PROGRAMS, • RECRUITING AND RETAINING HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS AND STAFF, • REDUCING CLASS SIZES AND SUSTAINING INNOVATIVE ACADEMIC PROGRAMMING, • COVERING OPERATING COSTS RELATED TO A NEW SCHOOL FACILITY FOR PRE-K THROUGH 8TH GRADE, AND • ENSURING THAT STUDENTS HAVE ACCESS TO EXPANDING TECHNOLOGY?

YES

NO


WIDEFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT 3 - 3B

SHALL WIDEFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 3 DEBT BE INCREASED $49.5 MILLION, WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $89 MILLION, AND SHALL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED BY UP TO $3.6 MILLION ANNUALLY FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING, CONSTRUCTING, REFINANCING, REPAIRING AND IMPROVING DISTRICT CAPITAL ASSETS INCLUDING, AMONG OTHER THINGS: • MAKING DISTRICT-WIDE REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO SCHOOL BUILDINGS TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION COMMUNITY INPUT AT EACH SCHOOL, • BUILDING A NEW PRE-K THROUGH 8TH GRADE SCHOOL IN THE EASTERN PART OF THE DISTRICT, • UPGRADING COMPUTER AND INTERNET TECHNOLOGY AT ALL SCHOOLS, • ADDING SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS AND LIFE-SAFETY SYSTEMS TO ENHANCE STUDENT SECURITY, • REDUCING THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS IN TRAILER-LIKE PORTABLE CLASSROOMS, • RENOVATING AUDITORIUMS AT WIDEFIELD HIGH SCHOOL AND MESA RIDGE HIGH SCHOOL, • REPAIRING OR REPLACING OUTDATED ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS IN SCHOOLS, • UPGRADING THE DISTRICT'S AGING SCHOOL BUS FLEET, AND • REFINANCING EXISTING DISTRICT LEASE OBLIGATIONS, BY THE ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS WHICH SHALL BEAR INTEREST, MATURE, BE SUBJECT TO REDEMPTION, WITH OR WITHOUT PREMIUM, AND BE ISSUED AT SUCH TIME, AT SUCH PRICE (AT, ABOVE OR BELOW PAR) AND IN SUCH MANNER AND CONTAINING SUCH TERMS, NOT INCONSISTENT WITH THIS BALLOT ISSUE, AS THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MAY DETERMINE; AND SHALL AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES BE LEVIED WITHOUT LIMIT AS TO THE MILL RATE TO GENERATE AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT IN EACH YEAR TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM IF ANY, AND INTEREST ON SUCH DEBT AND TO FUND ANY RESERVES FOR THE PAYMENT THEREOF? NO YES

YES

NO


FREMONT RE-2 SCHOOL DISTRICT - 3C

Shall the proposal adopted by the Board of Education of the Fremont RE-2 School District, changing the District's plan of representation for elected directors of the school district from a director district plan of representation with seven director districts

YES/FOR

NO/AGAINST


CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL DISTRICT 12 - 3D

MAY THE DISTRICT COLLECT THE PROPERTY TAX REVENUES PERMITTED BY C.R.S. 22-54-108 AS PREVIOUSLY APPROVED BY DISTRICT VOTERS IN 2011 NOTWITHSTANDING ANY MILL LEVY LIMITATION?

YES

NO


COLORADO SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT 11 - 3E

SHALL SCHOOL DISTRICT 11 TAXES BE INCREASED $42 MILLION DOLLARS ANNUALLY WHICH SHALL BE USED TO FUND EDUCATIONAL NEEDS INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: • ATTRACTING AND RETAINING HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF, NOT TO INCLUDE ADMINISTRATORS, BY OFFERING SALARIES AND BENEFITS THAT ARE COMPETITIVE WITH OTHER SCHOOL DISTRICTS; • EXTENDING THE LIFE OF EXISTING SCHOOLS BY REPAIRING, MAINTAINING, AND MODERNIZING AGING BUILDINGS; • EXPANDING TECHNOLOGY ACCESS TO MORE STUDENTS BY UPGRADING AND REPLACING OUTDATED COMPUTERS AND EQUIPMENT; • IMPROVING STUDENT SAFETY AND SECURITY BY ADDING A SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER AT EVERY MIDDLE SCHOOL; • SUPPORTING STUDENT SUCCESS BY PROVIDING MORE SCHOOL COUNSELORS, NURSES, PSYCHOLOGISTS, OR SOCIAL WORKERS; AND • REDUCING LONG-TERM INTEREST COSTS BY PAYING OFF EXISTING DEBT SOONER; THE DISTRICT SHALL ENSURE ACCOUNTABILITY WITH A CITIZENS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE WHICH SHALL ANNUALLY REVIEW AND REPORT TO THE PUBLIC ON THE USE OF FUNDS; FOR 2019 AND THEREAFTER SHALL SUCH REVENUES BE ADJUSTED ANNUALLY FOR INFLATION; AND SHALL THE DISTRICT BE ALLOWED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND SPEND THE FULL AMOUNT OF THESE REVENUES AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND SHALL THE MILL LEVY AUTHORIZED BY THIS QUESTION BE EXCLUDED FROM PREVIOUS LIMITS WHICH WOULD OTHERWISE APPLY?

YES

NO


HANOVER SCHOOL DISTRICT 28 - 3F

SHALL HANOVER SCHOOL DISTRICT 28 TAXES BE INCREASED $285,500 IN 2017 AND BY SUCH AMOUNTS AS MAY BE GENERATED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN ADDITIONAL MILL LEVY OF 8.348 MILLS, TO BE DEPOSITED IN THE GENERAL FUND OF THE DISTRICT FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES AS APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION WITH EXPENDITURES REPORTED TO THE PUBLIC ANNUALLY, WHICH PURPOSES SHALL BE: • SUPPORTING THE RENEWAL OF THE TRANSPORTATION FLEET FOR THE SAFETY OF STUDENTS AND REDUCTION IN MAINTENANCE AND UPKEEP; • SUPPORTING QUALITY INSTRUCTION AND EXPANDING COURSE OFFERINGS WITH THE NECESSARY TEXTBOOKS AND INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS; • PROVIDING STUDENTS AND STAFF WITH ADEQUATE ACCESS TO CURRENT TECHNOLOGY; • RESTORING SOME OF THE NEEDED FACILITIES DEFERRED MAINTENANCE AND OPERATING FUNDS; • GROWING THE CAPACITY OF STAFF THROUGH HIGH QUALITY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT; AND SHALL SUCH TAX INCREASE BE AN ADDITIONAL PROPERTY TAX MILL LEVY IN EXCESS OF THE LEVY AUTHORIZED FOR THE DISTRICT'S GENERAL FUND, PURSUANT TO AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 22-54-108, C.R.S.; AND SHALL THE DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND SPEND ALL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAXES AND THE EARNINGS FROM THE INVESTMENT OF SUCH REVENUES AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND AN EXCEPTION TO THE LIMITS WHICH WOULD OTHERWISE APPLY UNDER ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION?

YES

NO


PEYTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 23JT - 3G

WITHOUT INCREASING THE CURRENT TAX RATE OF 30.469 MILLS CURRENTLY IMPOSED FOR DEBT SERVICE ON BONDS, SHALL JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 23JT TAXES BE INCREASED $183,000 IN 2018, AND BY WHATEVER AMOUNTS ARE COLLECTED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2023, BY IMPOSING A MILL LEVY, WHICH WHEN COMBINED WITH THE MILL LEVY FOR BONDS, DOES NOT EXCEED 30.469 MILLS, TO PROVIDE FUNDING TO: • RETAIN AND RECRUIT HIGH QUALITY TEACHERS AND SUPPORT STAFF, AND • RENOVATE AND REMODEL EXISTING EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES TO EXTEND ITS USEFUL LIFE; BUT IN NO EVENT SHALL THE REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX INCREASE BE GREATER THAN THE AMOUNT PERMITTED BY STATE LAW; AND SHALL SUCH TAX INCREASE CONSTITUTE A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT EACH YEAR WITHOUT REGARD TO THE LIMITS OF ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW?

YES

NO


PEYTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 23JT - 3H

Shall members of the Board of Directors of Joint School District No. 23JT, El Paso and Elbert Counties, Colorado, be authorized to serve three consecutive terms of oce pursuant to the right granted to the voters of the district in Article XVIII, Section 11 of the Colorado Constitution to lengthen, shorten, or eliminate the limitations on the terms of oce imposed by such section?

YES

NO


GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS - CHIPITA PARK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - 4A

WITHOUT INCREASING ANY TAX RATE OR IMPOSING ANY NEW TAX, SHALL GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS/CHIPITA PARK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT, RETAIN AND SPEND ALL REVENUE IT RECEIVES IN GRANTS FROM THE STATE OF COLORADO OR ANY OTHER SOURCE IN FISCAL YEAR 2017 AND ANY YEAR THEREAFTER, AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND AN EXCEPTION TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUERAISING OR OTHER LIMITATION UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OR LAWS OF THE STATE OF COLORADO NOW OR HEREAFTER IN EFFECT, AND WITHOUT LIMITING IN ANY YEAR THE AMOUNT OF OTHER REVENUE THAT MAY BE COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT?

YES

NO


TRI-LAKES MONUMENT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT - 5A

SHALL TRI-LAKES MONUMENT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED $2,900,000 ANNUALLY IN THE FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR OR BY SUCH AMOUNT AS MAY BE RAISED BY THE IMPOSITION OF AN AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAX RATE INCREASE OF 6.9 MILLS, BEING AN INCREASE FROM 11.50 MILLS TO 18.40 MILLS, TO BE CERTIFIED IN 2017 AND COLLECTED IN 2018, AND CONTINUING EACH YEAR THEREAFTER AS OTHERWISE ALLOWED BY LAW, WHICH INCREASE SHALL BE FOR FUNDING THE OPERATIONS OF THE DISTRICT TO PROVIDE PROPER FIRE PROTECTION, EMERGENCY RESPONSE, AND SAFETY FOR THE RESIDENTS, PROPERTY OWNERS AND BUSINESSES OF THE DISTRICT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: • MAINTAINING TIMELY EMERGENCY SERVICES AND 911 RESPONSE TIMES; • ATTRACTING AND RETAINING EXPERIENCED FIRST RESPONDERS, AND MITIGATING COSTLY TURNOVER RATES; • REPLACING OUTDATED EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT, SUCH AS AIR PACKS, JAWS OF LIFE, AND HEART MONITORS; • REPLACING OBSOLETE, FRONT-LINE COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT AND OUTDATED, UNRELIABLE EMERGENCY RESPONSE VEHICLES; • IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND HEALTH/LIFE SAFETY ISSUES AT EXISTING FIRE STATIONS; AND • STRATEGICALLY ADDING PARAMEDICS AS WELL AS INSPECTION PERSONNEL TO ADDRESS AN INCREASE IN EMERGENCY SERVICES AND PREVENTION DEMAND; AND SHALL THE PROCEEDS OF SUCH TAXES AND ANY INVESTMENT INCOME THEREON BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING, REVENUE-RAISING, OR OTHER LIMITATIONS CONTAINED WITHIN ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION, OR SECTION 29-1-301, COLORADO REVISED STATUTES?

YES

NO


PIKES PEAK RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY - 5B

WITHOUT INCREASING TAXES, SHALL THE 2012 VOTER-APPROVED LIST OF SPECIFIC REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS FUNDED BY THE EXISTING 0.55% (FIFTY-FIVE ONE HUNDREDTHS OF ONE PENNY PER DOLLAR) PIKES PEAK RURAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (PPRTA) SALES AND USE TAX, WHICH SUNSETS ON DECEMBER 31, 2024, BE AMENDED TO INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING PROJECT: REGIONAL COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS: • CDOT I-25 ROADWAY IMPROVEMENTS - LOCAL CONTRIBUTION: STATE HIGHWAY 105 NORTH TO COUNTY LINE ROAD WITH THIS PROJECT BEING ELIGIBLE FOR FUNDING, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $10,000,000.00 IN PPRTA CONTRIBUTIONS, AT ANY TIME REGARDLESS OF THE STATUS OF THE PREVIOUSLY APPROVED PRIORITY "A" PROJECTS AND PRIORITY "B" PROJECTS?

YES

NO


DONALD WESCOTT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NORTHERN SUBDISTRICT - 5C

SHALL DONALD WESCOTT FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT NORTHERN SUBDISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED $1,418,411 (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) ANNUALLY BEGINNING IN LEVY YEAR 2017 (FOR COLLECTION IN CALENDAR YEAR 2018) BY INCREASING THE SUBDISTRICT'S EXISTING PROPERTY TAX OF 7.000 MILLS BY 14.900 MILLS TO BE USED FOR THE CONTINUING PROVISION OF SERVICES, PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES WITHIN THE SUBDISTRICT, ALL REVENUE AND EARNINGS FROM THIS TAX CONSTITUTING A PERMANENT VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE WITHIN THE MEANING OF ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION AND AN EXCEPTION TO THE LIMITATIONS SET FORTH IN SECTION 29-1-301 OF THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES AND ANY OTHER LAW?
YES

NO


Register to vote online at GoVoteColorado.com. Residents can register to vote to receive a mail-in ballot until October 30. However, you can also register in person and vote up until election day by using a Voter Service and Polling Center.

Ballots must be received at the El Paso County Elections Department, Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC), or Ballot Drop-off Location by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, November 7, 2017. 

If you have any questions about the election, contact the Colorado Springs City Clerk's Office at 719-385-5901 or election@springs.gov.

Find out where to get assistance with voting, polling locations and ballot drop off locations in El Paso County - EPCVotes.com

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