Councilors from Wards 3 and 4 renew ‘listening session’ series, Saturday, Aug. 22
Loveland City Council members John Fogle and Steve Olson, representing Ward 3, and Dave Clark and Don Overcash, representing Ward 4, will kick off a series of listening sessions on Saturday, August 22.
The first sessions will focus on the measure City Council referred to the November general election ballot calling for a 1 percent increase in the City sales tax, with proceeds directed to public safety, infrastructure projects and City government operations and maintenance. Groceries would be exempt from the increase that, if passed, would be the first sales tax increase since 1984.
Any interested person is encouraged to participate by ZOOM and may also attend in person by following guidelines contained in public health orders requiring masks and physical distancing.
Fogle/Olson Session – 8:30-10 a.m., Sat., Aug. 22
• In person: Conference Room at Desk Chair, 201 E. Fourth St. – up to 10 guests
• Via Zoom: Register in advance at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMocOytqD0uGNZSg- jY9mXOPlJWsdpS3qXX – participants will receive a confirmation email with meeting details.
Send questions to Councilor Fogle at John.Fogle@cityofloveland.org, or to Councilor Olson at Steve.Olson@cityofloveland.org.
Clark/Overcash Session – 10-11:30 a.m. Sat., Aug. 22
• In person: 200 E. Seventh St., Suite 200 – up to 12 guests – please call Councilor Overcash at 267-664-4957 to reserve a spot
• Via Zoom: Download the Zoom app and join meeting ID No. 726 123 817, then enter the password 056441
• Via Phone: Please call 669-900-6833 and enter meeting No. 726 123 817.
Send questions to Councilor Overcash, at Don.Overcash@cityofloveland.org, or by phone, 267-664-4957.
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