Park County Coordinated Election Issues

PLATTE CANYON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1
DIRECTOR

1.             Shauna Hock

2.             Bea Everest

3.             Ron Schindler

Vote for two (2)

PARK COUNTY
REFERENDUM 1A

Shall park county taxes be increased $ 1,450,000 annually (first full fiscal year dollar increase) and by whatever additional amounts are raised annually thereafter, by levying a two and one-half percent (2.5 pennies per dollar) sales tax upon every transaction or other incident with respect to which a sales tax is levied by the state of Colorado (excluding purchases of food for domestic home consumption, prescription medications, residential utility bills, purchases of motor vehicles, or other exempt transactions as detailed in articles 26 and 30, title 39, as amended, of the Colorado revised statutes), commencing on or after January 1, 2008, and continuing for the first full twenty (20) years after commencement, for the sole and exclusive purpose of funding maintenance, repair, equipment, and operations for roadways and bridges for the specific county roadway capital improvements listed (not in order of priority) as follows:

CR 43

Reclaim, reshape, and surface from Hwy 285 to CR 47.

CR 15

Reclaim, reshape, and surface from Hwy 285 to Hwy 24.

CR 59

Reclaim, reshape, and surface from Hwy 9 to Spinney Reservoir and CR 59 to CR 102.

CR 72

Reclaim, reshape, and surface from Hwy 285 to High Meadow.

CR 35

Reclaim, reshape, and surface from Hwy 285 North to Hwy 285 South.

CR 96

Reclaim, reshape, and surface from Hwy 24 to Eleven Mile Canyon.

Roland Valley

Reclaim, reshape, and surface from Hwy 285.

CR 33

Reclaim, reshape, and surface Approximately 2.0 miles through Como, Co.

CR 61

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Mt. Evans Blvd

Reclaim, reshape and surface County Line to end.

CR 5

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Breakneck Pass Road to CR 22.

CR 98

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 68

Reclaim, reshape and surface First 6.84 miles to County Line.

Coil Drive

Reclaim, reshape and surface from CR 18 to Busch.

CR 403

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 64A

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Hwy 285 to CR 64.

CR 4

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Hwy 9 to CR 4 through Nuthatch.

CR 94

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 64

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Hwy 285 in .75 miles.

CR 6

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Hwy 9 to Roberts Road.

CR 431

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Main Street Bailey

Reclaim, reshape and surface .05 miles.

CR 12

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Hwy 9 through Park City.

CR 71

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Hangman

Reclaim, reshape and surface 1.2 miles from CR 43.

CR 32

Reclaim, reshape and surface to Pinto Trail.

CR 88

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Vigilante

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Stagestop Road

Reclaim, reshape and surface from CR 77 to the southern-most entrance to Overland Circle.

CR 90

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Burland Drive

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Remington

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

Ranch Road

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Hwy 24 approximately 11.5 miles.

Rosalie and Sleepy Hollow

Reclaim, reshape and surface from Hwy 285 to CR 72.

Windmill and Buck Rake

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 112

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 92

Reclaim, reshape and surface from CR 90 to Eleven Mile State Park.

CR 53

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 411

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 104

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 122

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 100

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 31

Reclaim, reshape and surface.

CR 47

Reclaim, reshape and surface from CR 43 through Harris Park to Neal Road.

CR 77

Maintenance upon completion of federal highway project.

CR 62

Maintenance upon completion of federal highway project.

WITH THE USE OF THE REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE STRICTLY PROHIBITED AND A VIOLATION OF LAW; AND WITH ALL REVENUES FROM SUCH TAX AND OTHER REVENUES OF PARK COUNTY BEING COLLECTED AND SPENT EACH YEAR WITHOUT LIMITATION BY THE REVENUE AND SPENDING LIMITS OF ARTICLE X, 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION; AND, IN CONNECTION THEREWITH,

SHALL PARK COUNTY ENTER INTO INTERGOVERNMENTAL AGREEMENTS WITH THE TOWNS OF ALMA AND FAIRPLAY, COLORADO, BY WHICH PARK COUNTY AGREES THAT SUCH TOWNS SHALL SUFFER NO NET LOSS OF SALES TAX REVENUE AS A RESULT OF THE APPROVAL AND IMPOSITION OF THE COUNTY'S ROAD AND BRIDGE SALES TAX?

YES     _____
NO       _____

PLATTE CANYON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1
REFERENDUM 3A

SHALL PLATTE CANYON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 TAXES BE INCREASED $300,000 ANNUALLY, OR SUCH LESSER AMOUNT AS THE BOARD OF EDUCATION MAY DETERMINE, COMMENCING IN TAX YEAR 2007 FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING SAFETY AND SECURITY AND SECURITY PERSONNEL, SAFETY PROGRAMS AND SERVICES, PURCHASING SAFETY AND SECURITY SUPPLIES, EQUIPMENT AND MAINTAINING, ENHANCING OR REPLACING SUCH EQUIPMENT WITH THE PROCEEDS OF SUCH TAXES TO BE COLLECTED AND SPENT BY THE DISTRICT AS A VOTER-APPROVED REVENUE AND SPENDING CHANGE IN EACH YEAR WITHOUT REGARD TO ANY SPENDING OR REVENUE LIMITATIONS CONTAINED IN SECTION 20 OF ARTICLE X OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION?

YES     _____
NO       _____

ELK CREEK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
REFERENDUM 4A

SHALL ELK CREEK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED $500,000 (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR DOLLAR INCREASE) ANNUALLY, AND BY SUCH ADDITIONAL AMOUNTS RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER, BY INCREASING ITS EXISTING PROPERTY TAXES BY 2.69 MILLS, COMMENCING WITH LEVY YEAR 2007 FOR COLLECTION IN CALENDAR YEAR 2008, TO BE USED BY THE DISTRICT FOR OPERATIONS, MAINTENANCE AND CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

HIRING AN ADDITIONAL FULL-TIME PARAMEDIC;
PURCHASING MODERN MEDICAL EQUIPMENT FOR USE BY THE DISTRICT'S EMERGENCY RESPONDERS;
OFFSETTING THE INCREASED COSTS OF GAS AND FUEL PRICES;

THE REVENUE FROM SUCH TAXES AND ANY EARNINGS ON SUCH TAXES 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       ____

REFERENDUM 4B

SHALL ELK CREEK FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT DEBT BE INCREASED UP TO $12,100,000 WITH A REPAYMENT COST OF UP TO $21,970,000 AND SHALL DISTRICT TAXES BE INCREASED $1,100,000 ANNUALLY TO PAY THE DEBT INCURRED TO PROVIDE EFFECTIVE FIRE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE FACILITIES FOR THE RESIDENTS, PROPERTY OWNERS AND BUSINESSES OF THE DISTRICT BY IMPROVING THE FIRE SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE CAPABILITIES OF THE DISTRICT, WHICH SHALL INCLUDE BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO:

PURCHASING A NEW AMBULANCE TO ENHANCE THE DISTRICT'S EMERGENCY RESPONSE CAPABILITIES;
PURCHASING NEW FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT TO INCREASE THE DISTRICT'S ABILITY TO COMBAT FIRES;
RENOVATING OR REPLACING FOUR FIRE STATIONS TO PROVIDE MODERN FACILITIES;
CONSTRUCTING OR ACQUIRING A NEW FIRE STATION TO SERVE GROWING AREAS OF THE DISTRICT; AND

SHALL THE MILL LEVY BE INCREASED IN ANY YEAR, WITHOUT LIMITATION OF RATE OR AMOUNT, 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 BEARING INTEREST AT A MAXIMUM NET EFFECTIVE INTEREST RATE NOT TO EXCEED 6.50%; SUCH BONDS 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 AND AS THE DISTRICT MAY DETERMINE, INCLUDING PROVISIONS FOR REDEMPTION OF THE BONDS PRIOR TO MATURITY WITH OR WITHOUT PAYMENT OF THE PREMIUM OF NOT TO EXCEED THREE PERCENT; AND SHALL THE DISTRICT BE AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE DEBT TO REFUND THE DEBT AUTHORIZED IN THIS QUESTION PROVIDED THAT SUCH REFUNDING DEBT, ALONG WITH ANY OTHER DEBT INCURRED BY THE DISTRICT PURSUANT TO THIS AUTHORIZATION, IS ISSUED ON TERMS WHICH DO NOT EXCEED THE PRINCIPAL, INTEREST AND REPAYMENT COSTS AUTHORIZED IN THIS QUESTION; AND SHALL 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       ____

Wanda S. Stevenson
Park County Supervisor of Elections

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