Evictions both within and beyond the City of Denver could lead to spiking numbers just as a new administration tries to wrap its hands around its biggest challenge
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey conjures the image of Colorado’s massive property tax increases pricing homeowners out of Colorado (and planet Earth).
Montana’s legislature this year passed laws restricting bans on accessory dwelling units, encouraging construction of duplexes and requiring cities to adopt strategies to increase housing
House Bill 1255 was intended to be a companion to the governor’s land-use measure, which Democrats failed to pass
House Bill 1190 was aimed at increasing affordable housing options across the state. Business groups asked Gov. Jared Polis to veto it. The measure’s Democratic sponsors are furious.
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey illustrates how, amid efforts to alleviate Colorado’s affordable housing crisis, Gov. Jared Polis saw the land use bill he supported die in the legislature.
In the overwhelmingly Democratic legislature, intraparty factions inevitably emerge. But no faction could match the governor.
In the coming weeks, we will decide what type of city we are to become for the next generation.
After the Senate stripped out provisions that would end exclusionary zoning statewide, we will work to add elements to encourage housing density.
The House sponsors of Senate Bill 213 want to add back provisions mandating density. If approved, the measure could lead to a clash with the Senate in the final days of the 2023 lawmaking term