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Whether you're driving on an area roadway , going to the doctor’s office, o…

Whether you're driving on an area roadway , going to the doctor’s office, o... 1

2020-08-31 18:30:57

Whether you're driving on an area roadway 🚙, going to the doctor’s 👩‍⚕️office, or buying your first 🏠home, the Census affects you!

Billions of dollars in federal funding are critical for services that people like you use every day. Federal programs that use Census data include the Department of Transportation (DOT) Highway Planning and Construction program. This vital program supports construction and improvements for millions of miles of roadways in our country.

Education programs such as Head Start, Pell Grants, teacher training, classroom technology and special education are vital services that are impacted by the Census.

An accurate count will allow for more funding of programs for children in schools to better meet their educational needs.

According to the Census Bureau, responding to the 2020 Census will help fund Medicaid and Medicare, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and will help build new hospitals and clinics.

Respond to the 2020 Census today to help support these necessary programs and services by visiting 2020census.gov
#2020census #LovelandCOunts #CountMeIn #StandUpBeCounted #ShapeYourFuture #WeAreCountingOnYou #LovelandStrong #ColoradoCensus #InThisTogether

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PRESS RELEASE – Tax is topic as Overcash, Clark host listening session Sept. 26 …

PRESS RELEASE – Tax is topic as Overcash, Clark host listening session Sept. 26
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2020-09-23 11:27:56

PRESS RELEASE – Tax is topic as Overcash, Clark host listening session Sept. 26

Loveland City Council members Dave Clark and Don Overcash, representing Ward 4, continue a series of listening sessions on Saturday, Sept. 26, with the upcoming sales tax ballot measure up for discussion.

The two council members will host citizens either in person or by remote participation from 10-11:30 a.m. Sept. 26 at 200 E. Seventh St., Suite 200 in downtown Loveland. As many as 12 participants may attend in person, following guidelines contained in public health orders requiring masks and physical distancing. Others are encouraged to attend remotely by phone or Zoom conferencing.

Residents wishing to attend in person must call Councilor Overcash at (267) 664-4957 to reserve one of the available spots. Others can participate remotely by:

• Downloading the Zoom app and joining meeting ID No. 726 123 817, and entering the password 056441.
• Phoning (669) 900-6833 and entering meeting No. 726 123 817.

City Council on July 21 referred a measure to the Nov. 3, 2020, general election ballot calling for a 1 % increase in the City sales tax that, if passed, would be the first since 1984. Proceeds would be directed to public safety, infrastructure projects and City government operations and maintenance. Groceries would be exempt from the increase.

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Hey parents! Do your kiddos need a break from online learning? Join Skyhawks n…

Hey parents! Do your kiddos need a break from online learning?
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2020-09-22 13:13:36

Hey parents! Do your kiddos need a break from online learning?

Join Skyhawks new PE and Sport program this Fall at Loveland Sports Park. Kids will get to play a combination of sports and traditional PE games, along with a focus on Life Skills!

Spots are limited and filling up. Don't miss out!

Sign up here >>> https://www.skyhawks.com/search/?provider=all:all

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PRESS RELEASE – 22nd Street resurfacing project begins Sept. 23 A project to re…

PRESS RELEASE – 22nd Street resurfacing project begins Sept. 23
 A project to re... 4

2020-09-22 11:19:51

📢PRESS RELEASE – 22nd Street resurfacing project begins Sept. 23

A project to resurface 22nd Street between Taft and Wilson avenues gets underway at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23, restricting traffic on 22nd Street to one lane.

Milling on the mile-long stretch will take place this week from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Friday.

Paving operations will then begin on Monday, Oct. 5 and will continue through that week,☔️weather permitting.

During these two phases of road repair, motorists should consider alternate routes to avoid the lane closure during the work.
#LovelandColorado #LovelandConeZone #ServingLoveland📢📢

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