Boulder voters will consider a variety of measures on the Nov. 5, 2019, election, including 2 I, a Middle Income Housing Program. Visit election information for a complete list of ballot measures and other information.
We hear from two supporters of the measure, Boulder City Council members Sam Weaver and Bob Yates.
Shall City of Boulder debt be increased by an amount not to exceed $10,000,000, with a maximum repayment cost of not to exceed $15,000,000, without raising taxes, to provide for a housing assistance program that will include permanently affordable deed restrictions and make loans to middle-income households to purchase homes sold in boulder, such debt to be sold at such time and in such manner and contain such terms, not inconsistent herewith, as the City Council may determine and to pay all necessary or incidental costs related thereto by the issuance and payment of notes, bonds, lines of credit or other debt obligations as provided by the City Charter, which obligations shall be payable from the general fund and any other legally available funds of the city, all without in any other way affecting the city’s other taxes, revenues or expenditures under the constitution and laws of this state?
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