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Longmont City Council Ward III

The City of Longmont is geographically divided into three election wards. Voters from each Ward elect one City Council member to represent the residents who live in that Ward. The remaining Council members and the Mayor are elected by all voting residents of the community and are representatives at large.The City Council has the power to enact and provide for the enforcement of all ordinances necessary to protect life, health and property, declare, prevent and abate/remove nuisances, preserve and enforce good government.The term of a City Councilman is 4 years. The salary is $1,000 per month. Municipal elections are non-partisan.

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  • Susan Hidalgo-Fahring
    (NP)

  • Regan Sample
    (NP)

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Regarding the proposed hockey rink/aquatic center, specify which populations (e.g., high school, club hockey, swim teams, general public, etc.) and in what proportions, each group should be permitted to use the facilities.

What is your assessment of the extent of current city indebtedness through long-term bond issues?

What is your view of the expansion of Vance Brand Airport?

What measures should the City of Longmont enact to reduce climate change?

Considering the cost of living in Longmont, what actions would you propose to preserve and expand affordable housing, including Accessory Dwelling Units?

What is your long-term vision for economic development in Longmont?

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