COLORADO ORDINANCES

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The state of Colorado does not currently have any pending ordinances that negatively affect local businesses and consumers.

 

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SELECT YOUR CITY OR COUNTY

The below cities and counties have pending ordinances that negatively affect local businesses and consumers alike. 
 
Choose your community to help advocate against and prevent these measures from becoming law. 
Carbondale

Local Tax Increase

Golden

Flavor Ban and Age 21

Grand Junction

New local tobacco taxes include a $4 per pack cigarette tax and a 40% excise tax on all other tobacco products, including electronic nicotine cigarettes. 

Grand Junction Meeting Details:

--Date: Monday, August 3rd 
--Time: 5:30 PM
- Location: City Hall, 250 North 5th Street, Grand Junction CO 81501

Loveland

Flavor ban. Two ordinances being considered.

--Date: Tuesday, November 17th
--Time: 6:00 PM 
- Location/Teleconference:

Options For Remote Participation:
1. By Telephone: Members of the public who wish to provide public comment on any specific

agenda item or during general public comment can call the number provided below by telephone after 5:45 pm, at which time you will be muted and placed on hold.
To speak to an agenda item when public comment is called for please press *9 on your phone. The moderator will then individually unmute the lines in random order of those who wish to speak for the specific agenda item and each person will have three minutes to speak. The line will be muted at the end of the three minutes.

To participate, dial the following phone number: +1 669 900 6833 US
Then, there will be a prompt to enter the meeting ID followed by the pound (#) sign.
Webinar ID: 975 3779 6504
Passcode: 829866
Please press # when asked for a participant ID.
You will automatically be muted and placed on hold.
When public comment for the agenda item you want to speak to is announced, press *9 on your phone and wait for the moderator.

2. By Video: Members of the public who wish to provide public comment on a specific agenda item or during general public comment using video may use the link below after 5:45 p.m. at which time you will be muted and placed on hold.

To request to begin your video for public comment please use the raise your hand feature. The moderator will then unmute your video in random order of those who wish to speak for the specific agenda item; each person will have three minutes to speak. The video and line will be muted at the end of the three minutes.

Please click this wording to join the webinar.

3. By Electronic Mail: Members of the public may also provide public comment or comment on a specific agenda item by sending an email to Patti.Garcia@cityofloveland.org. The email must be received by 5:50 p.m. Tuesday November 17, 2020. If requested by the sender, the City Clerk will read the email into the record during public comment or public comment for the agenda item. The email will be added to the agenda on Wednesday.

4. No In-Person public comment will be allowed.
Watching remotely through livestream at https://loveland.viebit.com or on Channel 16 is recommended.

Salida

Prohibits Flavored Tobacco Products

Date/ Tuesday, February 4th 
Time/ 6:00 PM
Location/ City Hall- 448 E. 1st Street, Room 190 Salida, Colorado 81201

Telluride

Age 21

Vail

Age 21

Westminster

Taxes

Westminster City Council Meeting Details:

--Date: Monday, November 9th 
--Time: 7:00 PM 
- Location/Teleconference* (participation details below and in the attached materials)

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