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2009 General Election - Publication I WO Public Notice W1 Public Notice 1 1 Public Notice I I Public Notice I I Public Notice 11 Pubilc Notice 1 1 Public Notice 1 1 Public Notice 11 NOTICE. OF AND (ALL FOR THE GENERAL MUNIC'1P \I COORDINATED bonds to be issuer as general ohligaton M.,nd railer than revenue N,nd, to pas loss cr mterest rtes and ,,hiam Sanon_3. The ekctrxs of the en of &suldcr h;rein ,uuhoria the C:n (-,~uncil n ad. t .u_t ?TAIL BALLOT FLECTION more favorable terms on the bonds. How c% or, the Colorado Suprcros L, tart oacmi:ned :hat the ballot issue in untenxlnients to this Ordinance so.-o-4 a., min, be nccssary to implnunu the hmem TO BE HELD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2009 1994 approved only revenue bonds. but not the general obligation pledge his such bonds. The general ordinance. IN THE obligation pledge provides backing from city property taxes m the cs em the designated sales and use tax Section 3. If a majority of a6 the voles cut at the election on the measure subminod ',-.r CITY OF BOULDER COLORADO revmun arc not so ftcicnt for bond payments. the measure shall be deemed to have passed and shall be effective upon passage. C. Authorizing a general obligation pledge for bonds to be paid from the open space sales and use tax revenues Sal on 5. The elation shall be conducted under the provisions of the Colorado Comrunon I, Alin D. Lewis, City Clerk of the City of Boulder, Colorado, under and by virtue of the authority vested will assure bondholders that the repaymcrht of the bonds will not be affected by the expiration of such taxes, and ordimnca of the city in the Boulder Revised Code, 1981, and this ordinance, and all con! t tar in me by the Constitution and laws of the State o(Colorado, the City of Boulder Charter and the Boulder Revised additional property taxes will be levied if irac,,an to pay bondholder,, thereby reducing the cost of such statutes of the state of Colorado me hereby superseded. Code of 1981, DO HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE OF AND CALL FOR a Coordinated General Mail bonds, by obtaining more favorable terms. SsxllO_n G. The officers of the city we authorized to take all action necessary or appropriarc is Ballot elation to he held in the Cip of Boulder, Colorado. on Tuesday, the 3rd day of November. 2009. D. Authorizing the issuance of general obligation bends will allow the city to obtain more favorable interest rates provisions of this ordinance and to contract with the county clerk In conduct the clan- Gar 1 and terms for bonds approved by the voters in 1993 by issuing general obligation bonds. Section 7. if any section, paragraph. clause. or provision of this ordinance shall fa any rcasu This elation will be held by mail ballot and ballots will be mailed to ;d1 active voters between October E. It in appropriate for voters to consider approving the continued collation, retention and expenditure of the full invalid or unenforceable, such decision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions a( thi 13th and October 161h. If you do not receive a ballot, call the Boulder County Election Division at 303-413.7740. bond proceeds and any related comings from the bond funds or revenue therefrom. Satin 8. This ordinance is necessary, to protect the public health. safety and welfare , t th< < Voted ballots must be in the office of the Boulder County Clerk no later than 7:00 p.m. on November 3, 2009 or F. The purposes that will be served by the ability to fund acquisition of intcnsts in real property for opens space city, and covers matters of local comm. they will not be counted Please allow enough mail time to return your ballot, or drop the ballot off in any one of are consistent with the goals of the city. Section 9. The council dams it appropriate that this ordinance be published by title ol, r,i the three County Clerk Offices located in Boulder. Longmont or Louisville. G. If a majority of the votes cast at the election shall be against the measure. the authorization granted by the voters of this ordinance be made available to the office of the Gnv clerk for publ ic mspatt- an". l, in 1994 fix sales and use tax revenue bonds will rot be affected. Inactive voters and active yottts w hu do not racive a mail ballot, tar van who need a replacement ballm NOW, THEREFORE, DE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY" COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOULDER, INTRODUCED, READ ON FIRST READING AND OK I ! 11. i i : ill 1 s l i, i Lit- t T, E must come to the Boulder County C'lerk's Office at 1750 33n° Stan, Boulder where they will be issued a ballot, if COLORADO: this 7Th day of July 2009. the voter is qualified to vole in the clection, i n 1. A general municipal coordinated elation will be held in the city of Boulder, county of Boulder and Art,,, state of Colorado, can Tuesday. November 3. 2009, between the hours of 7 an and 7 p.m. Matthew Appelbaum Al- I Ballots will not be counted if thcv are not returned in the official mailing envelope or if t he voter's Section 2. At that elation, there shall be submitted to The clmors of the city of Boulder entitled by law to vote, Mayor City signature is omitted. Ballots racived after 7:00 p.m. in the Boulder County Clerk's Office on November 3, 2009 the question of authorizing the city to issue general obligation debt backed by the full faith and credit of the will nor be counted. city. The proceeds of the bonds are to be used to final acquisition of real property interests for open space from READ ON SECOND READING. AMENDED AND ORDER F 1) t H1 1 YI )H) 1111L t At the elation, five 151 council seats will be filled from a list of candidates whose names will appear in this 4th day of August 2009. existing ilea and use taxes earmarked for open span purposes. As general obligation bonds, any other Attest: alphabetical order on the ballot after having met all applicable legal requirements. Pursuant to Charter Section 5, reveriucs of the city in addition to the camhark d ales and use tax, including an increase in property taxes, will Matthew Appelbaum Alin D. I....t, the terms of the council members sit elected shall begin on the 17th day ol'November, 2009. A listing of tic be used m repay the bonds. The bond issue also authorizes any earnings from bond proceeds as a voter Mayor City Clerk candidates who will appear on the ballot for the office of ")ones] member m above described, together with the approved revenue change. residence and place of business of each of said candidates is as follows: The official ballot shall contain the following ballot title, which shall also be the designation and submission READ ON THIRD READING, PASSED, ADOPTED AND ORDI Ri 1) Ill III_ISHI,1) Hl" 7 clause for the measure: ONLY this 18th day of August 2009. Candidate Address Place of Business BALLOT ISSUE NO. 2B Attest: Suzanne S.Ageton 301 I9 Street Self-Employed OPEN SPACE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS Matthew Appelbaum Alin D. Lcwu &alder, CO 80302 Mayor City Clerk Matthew Appelbaum 200 Pawnee Drive Self-Employed Consultant Boulder, SHALL CITY OF BOULDER DEBT BE INCREASED UP TO 533,430.000 WITH A REPAYMENT (ilder, CO R0303 COST OF UP 10 580.863,800. AND SHALL CITY TAXES BE INCREASED UP TO $3,2'00,000 Ballot Issue 2D Becker Collins 3Nt Boulder, St CO 80304 Stay at Nomc Mom ANNUALLY, (TAXES TO BE INCREASED ONLY IF EXISTING DEDICATED OPEN SPACE ORDINANCE NO. 7674 ker IM0 Soh Rubin Brigham 1580 7 7 Street Ape A Sell-Empoyed SALES AND USE TAXES ARE INSUFFICIENT TO REPAY THE DEBT); AND AN ORDINANCE SUBMITTING BALLOT ISSUE TO THE X'UTERS AT THE TOES Boulder, CO 90302 NOVEMBER 3. 2009 ELECTION. INCREASING THE HOUSING EXCISE TAX ON Mason (owl. 1680 Wilson (cam Macon Cowles A Associates P.C. SHALL THE PURPOSE OF THIS MEASURE BE TO ALLOW THE CITY TO OBTAIN MORE DEVELOPMENT, OTHER THAN ON RESIDENTIAL DWE I. LING UNIT DEVELOPME Boulder, CO 80304 FAVORABLE INTEREST RATES AND TERMS FOR BONDS APPROVED BY THE VOTERS IN PROVIDF. AFFORDABLE HOUSING FOR PEOPLE WITH LOW INCOMES: REPAA Charles Faun 805 Oknn'a Avenue Fenno Hoffman Architects 1993 BY ISSUING GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS: AND PORT IONSOFTHE EXI.STINGHOUSINCi IAN( IY ]AXONRI-SIDIAHALDEVELOP:I Hoffman, ILL Boulder. CO 80302 AND SETTING FORTH RELATED DETAILS. Kevin HoWing 1099 Marine Street 49 klf6Employed Web Designer SHALL THE BOND PROCEEDS BE USED TO CONTINUE THE PURCHASE OF OPEN SPACE Boulder, CO 80302 REAL PROPERTY INTERESTS AS WAS PREVIOUSLY AUTHORIZED BY A VOTE OF T'HE The City Council rinds and recites that: Garlic M. Kamkchian 534 Mapleton Avenue An Source International PEOPLE IN 1971; AND A. In 1998 the voters approved a Housing Excise Tax n, rats. money fix the provision of.IY.,d _ Ilouldcr, CO 80304 people who live and work in the city. Vslmc Mitchell 2547 Pus Strcn Dragonfly Gardens SHALL THIS PURPOSE [IF AC'C'OMPLISHED BY THE ISSUANCE AND PAYMENT OF CITY B. A diverse housing stock is necessary in this community to order to serve people of all income Boulder. CO 80302 BONDS AT A NF-I" EFFECTIVE INTEREST RAT[-. NOT' TO EXCEED 7% PER YEAR AND WITH provide the opportunity for working people to have better access tojobs and upgrade their a Timothy Withensptan 655 Maxwell Avenue PhotographerzAttomey (an practicing) A MA I URIrY DA T NOT TO EXCEED 30 YEARS FROM THE RESPECTIVE DATES OF C A housing shortage for persons of very low-, low- and mdcmtc-income is detrimental to the Plass Ilouldcr, C'0 80304 ISSUANCE; AND safety and welfare. The inability of such persons to reside within the city negatively affects Jyotana Raj 863 14 Street Homemaker Builder, CO 80302 jobalhor"ing balance and has serious and detrimental transportation and environmental con. Barry Siff I 3745 Clovedeaf Drive Self-Employed SI]ALL SUCH BONDS BE ISSUED, DATED, AND SOLD AT SUCH TIME(S) AND IN SUCH D. The Homing Excise Tax has historically bean levied on development of new residential dwel Boulder. C'O 80304 MANNER AND CONTAIN SUCH TERMS. NOT INCONSISTENT WITH THIS MEASURE, AS city's inclusionary zoning regulations, reflected in chapter 9.13 of the Boulder Revised Codc Rabbi P. Smoke 2445 19 Street. Apt. B Self-Employed THE CITY COUNCIL MAY DETERMINE; AND development Boulder. CO 80304 E. Imposing the Housing Excise Tax on development other than residential dwelling unit devcl SHALL SUCH BONDS BE PAYABLE FROM F E%E:NUE DFRI1"E.O FROM EXISTING SALES appropriate because both residential and non-raidenlial development generate jobs and the n At such elation theca shall also be submitted to tc voters of the City of Boulder the following measures: AN 1) USE TAXES. WITHOUT ANY INCREASE IN RATE. EARMARKED AND COMMITTED low-, and moderate-income housing in the city. However. residential dwelling unit develop FOR SUCH PURPOSES BY VOTE OF THE CITY'S ELECTORS AND BY A PLEDGE OF THE contributes to the provision of affordable housing through the mclusionary zoning regulation. Ballot Question 2A FULL FAITH AND CREDIT OF THE CITY AS AUTHORIZED IN THE CITY'S CHARTER AND E If the voters approve this ordinance, the tax rates set forth herein will become the maximum I PURSUANT TO THE ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 7673; AND Tax rates for new development other than residential dwelling unit development and the cu ORDINANCE NO.7672 Excise T'ax on new residential dwelling units will be eliminated. AN ORDINANCE MAiMITTING A BALLOT ISSUE TO THE VOTERS AT THE SHALL AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES BE LEVIED IN ANY YEAR WITHOUT G. The purpose ofthis ordinance is to shift the tax burden from new msidcniial dwelling units w TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3,21309 ELECTION TO ALI HORIZE AN F:XIS'rING 0.15% LIMITATION AS TO RATE AND IN AN AMOUNT SUFFICIENT, TOGETHER WITH OTHER of new development. SALES AND IJSF 1 AX CURRENTLY SETTO EXPIRE ON DECEMBER 31.2012, TO AVAILABLE REVENUES. TO PAY THE PRINCIPAL OF, PREMIUM, IF ANY, AND INTEREST H. If the voters approve this ballot measure, the City Council will be authorized to adopt such la BE EXTEND1.1) INDEFINITELY AND WITHOUT RESTRICTION, AND GIVING ON SUCH BONDS WHEN DUE; AND necessary to further the purposes ofthis ordinance. APPROVAL FOR I'HE COLLECTION, RETENTION AND EXPENDITURE OF THE I. 11 is appropriate for voters to approve collection, momfion and expenditure of the full amount FULL TAX PROCEEDS; AND SETTING FORTH RELATED DET AILS, SHALL ANY EARNINGS FROM THE INVESTMENT OF THE PROCEEDS OF SUCH TAXES Housing Excise Tax. AND BONDS (REGARDLESS OF THE AMOUNT) CONSTITUTE. A VOTER APPROVED J. The increased revenue that will be generated for affordable housing is necessary for the coai The City Council finds that: REVENUE CHANCE WITHOUT REGARD TO THE REVENUE AND SPENDING LIMITS OF critically important housing within the city. A. The existing 0.15% ales and use tax (the "0.15% Sales and Use Tax") was approved by voters on ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION? NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF November 3. 1992, with an expiration date of December 31, 2012, which 0.15% Sales and Use Tax finds COLORADO: general city services; FOR THE MEASURE _ AGAINST THE MEASURE _ Seen p-1. A general municipal coordinated election will be held in the city of Boulder, coun B. The electorate should consider authorizing the City Council to continue indefinitely the collection of the Section 3. The clones of the city of Boulder hereby authorize The City Council to adopt such amendments to slate of Colorado. on Tuesday, November 3. 2009, between the hours of 7 a. m. and 7 p.m. 0.15%Sales and Use Tax from its present expiration date of December 31, 2012 to fund, without this Ordinance No. 7673 as may be necessary to implement the iment and purpose of this ordinance. Section 2. At that election, there shall be submitted to the electors of the city of Boulder enti limitation, fire, police. library, parks, human services and other general fund purposes: Section 4. [f a majonty of all the votes cast at the election on the measure submitted shall be fa the measure, the question of whether to authorize an increase in the Housing Excise Tax; repeal a portion C. It is appropriate fa voters to approve the continued collection, retention and expenditure of the full tax the measure shall be deemed to have passed and shall be effective upon passage. Housing Excise Tax; and collect retain and spend the revenues generated from such tax no proceeds and any related earnings from the 0.15% Salts and Use Tax; and Se rtivin 2.. The election shall be conducted order the provisions of the Colorado Constitution, the Charter and state revenue or cxpcnditum limitations, pursued to an ordinance consistent with the ballot q D. The purposes that will be served by the continued collection of the tax arc critical for the continued ordinances of the city. of the Boulder Revised Code. 1981, and this ordinance, and all contrary provisions of the adopted by City Cal 1. provision of essential general find city services; statutes of the state of Colorado are hereby superseded. The official ballot shall contain the following ballot title, which shall also be the designation Section . The officers of the city are authorized to take all action necessary or appropriate to effectuate the clause for the measure: NOW, THEREFORE, IIE If ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE. CITY OF BOULDER, provisions of this ordinance and to contract with the county clerk to conduct the election for the city. BALLOT ISSUE NO. 21) COLORADO: 7, If an section, paragraph, clause, or provision of this ordinance shall for an reason be held to be CHANGES TO HOUSING EXCISE TAX Scopon Section L A general municipal coordinated election will be held in the city of Boulder, county of Boulder and invalid or unenforceable, such decision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this ordinance. state of Colorado, on Tuesday, November 3, 2009, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. lion 8. This ordinance is necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare of the residents of the SHALL CITY OF BOULDER HOUSING EXCISE TAXES HE INCREASED FOR NEW Section 2. At that election, There shall be submitted to the electors of the city of Boulder entitled by law to vote city, and covers mattcrs of local concern. DEVELOPMENT' TO PRODUCE APPROXIMATELY S1,250,000 (IN THE FIRST YEAR) a ballot issue to amend that potion of section 3-2-5, "Rate of Tax," B,RC'. 1981, that pertains to the 0.15°o S •ction . The council deems it appropriate that this ordinance be published by tide only and orders that copies ANNUALLY; AND Sala and use Tax that is currently set to expire at 12:00 midnight on December 31, 2012 by extending the tax of this ordinance be made evattabk in the office of the city clerk for public inspection and acquisition. indefinitely roil without infraction beyond its cumnt sunset date. PURSUANT TO ORDINANCE NUMBER 7679 AND FUTURE CITY COUNCIL ACITOT, The official ballot shall contain the following ballot title, which shall also be the designation and submission INTRODUCED. READ ON FIRST READING, AMENDED. AND ORDERED PUBLISHED BY clause for the measure: TITLE ONLY this 7Th day of July 2009. SHALL THE PURPOSE OF THIS MEASURE BE TO SHIFT THE TAX BURDEN FROM Attest: RESIDENTIAL DWELLING UNITS TO OTHER CATEGORIES OF NEW DEVELOPMEI BALLOT ISSUE 140. 2A Manhew Appelbaum Alin D. Lewis SALES AND USE TAX EXTENSION Mayor City Clerk SHALL THE EXISTING HOUSING EXCISE TAX BE ELIMINATED ON RESIDENTIAL WITHOUT RAISING ADDITIONAL TAXES. SHALL THE EXISTING 0.15s. CITY OF DWELLING UNITS; AND BOULDER SALES AND USE TAX CURRENTLY SET TO EXPIRE ON DFC'I-.MHF,R 31,2012 BE READ ON SECOND READINGAMENDED, AND ORDERED PUBLISHED BY TITLE ONLY this EXTENDED INDEFINITELY AND WITHOUT RESTRICTION TO CONTINUE TO FUND 21st day of July 2009. SHALL THE HOUSING EXCISE TAX ON NEW DEVELOPMENT OTHER THAN RESIT GENERAL FUND SERVICES SUCH AS. W'I"THOUT LIMITATION. POLIC'L. I IRE LIBRARY'. Attest DWELLING UNITS BE RAISED TO BETWEEN S3.00 AND SZ00 PER SQUARE FOOT. PARKS AND HUMAN SERVICES, PURSUANT TOAND BY ADOPTIONOF ORDINANCENO. Malthn, Appelbaum Alin D. Lcwu UPON THE FOLLOWING LAND USE CLASSIFICATIONS: 7672; Mayor City Clerk • COMMERCIAL USES AND IN MNNCCTION THEREWITH, READ ON THIRD READING, AMENDED AND ORDERED PUBLISHED BY TITLE ONLY INDUSTRIAL AND GENERAL NON RESIDENTIAL USES this 4th day ul'August 2009. INSTITUTIONAL USES; AND SHALL THE FULL PROCEEDS OF THE TAX AND ANY EARNINGS THEREFROM, BE Attest: COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE Matthew Appelbaum Alin D. Lewis SHALL THE CITY COUNCIL BE AUTHORIZED TO PHASE IN THE NEW TAX RATES WITHOUT LIMITATION OR CONDITION AND WITHOUT LIMITING THE COLLECTION, Mayor City Clerk FIVE YEARS OR MORE AND MAKE THE TAX SUBJECT TO AN ANNUAL INCREAS RETENTION OR SPENDING OF ANY REVENUES OR FUNDS BY THE C'ITY OF BOULDER. BEGINNING IN 2015 BASED UPON AN INDEX RELATED TO THE COST OF PRODU I UNDER ARTICLE. X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER READ ON FOURTH READING, PASSED. ADOPTED, AND ORDERED PUBLISHED BY TITLE HOUSING IN THE AREA; AND LAW"' ONLY thisd BTh day of August 2009. Anent: SHALL THE CITY COUNCIL BE AUTHORIZED TO REDUCE OR WAIVE ANY PORT] FOR THE MEASURE AGAINST THE MEASURE Matthew Appelbaum .Ahsa D. Lewis THE HOUSING EXCISE TAX WHEN DETERMINED TO BE IN THE PUBLIC INTERES Maya City Clerk Section 3. Effective January 1,'_010, subsection 3-2-Ski. B.R.C. 1981, is amended to read (Note - the SHALL APPROVAL BE GRANTED FOR THE COLLECTION, RETENTION AND EXPE language which has ban lured out would be omitted from the section if this ordinance is approved by the Ballot Question 2C OF ALL REVENUES RECEIVED FROM SUCH TAX NOTWITHSTANDING ANY STAI electors): ORDINANCE NO.7674 REVENUE OR EXPENDITURE LIMITATION? AN ORDINAN('I- SUBMITTING A BALLOT ISSUE TO THE VOTERS AT THE TUESDAY, 3-2-5 Rate of Tax. NOVEMBER 3. 2(09 ELECTION TO INCREASE THE DEBT WHICH MAY BE ISSUED BY FOR THE MEASURE _ AGAINST THE MEASURE fc) Of said amount. 0.25 percent shall be deemed a parks and recreation tax. which tax shall THE CITY TO FUND ONGOING OLD HIRE PENSION OBLIGAT'TONS OF THE CITY FOR expire at 12:00 midnight on December 31, 2015; 0 percent shall he deemed an open space tax, which POLICE OFFICERS AND FIRE FIGHTERS HIRED BEFORE APRIL 8, 1978; AND SETTING Section 3. The City Council will amend chapter 3-9 "Housing Excise Tax," B.R.C. 1981, as! Lax shall expire at 12:00 midnight on December 31, 2018; 0. 15 percent shall he deemed a general sales FORTH RFI.AI L 1) DETAILS. after the passage of this measure to include the following elements: and use tax ; 0.15 percent shall be deemed an open space tax. which lax shall expire at 12:00 midnight I. The existing Housing Excise Tax on residential development shall be eliminated; on December 31, 2019: and, beginning on January I. 2005. 0. L5 percent shall be deemed a general sales The City Council finds that: 2. The Housing Excise Tax as approved by the voters may be imposed on all new develo and use tax, which tax shall expire at 12:00 midnight can December 31. 2024. As each tax expires, the A. The city has ongoing contractual obligations to fund pensions for its employees. residential dwelling unit development: aggregate tax shall be reduced accordingly. B. The city's pension plans for Old Hire Fire and Police (those hired before April B. 1976) were significantly 3. The tax rtes shall be phased in between January I, 2010 and December 31, 2014, up! impacted with the Large declines in the financial investment markets in 2008. listed, or in such lesser amount or over such longer period as may be determined by th Section 4. If a majority of all the votes cast at the elation on the measure submitted shall be for the measure- C. There are circumstances by which the city could meet these pension obligations for police officers and 4. The Housing Excix Tax rates may be increased by application of an index related to t the measure shall be deemed to have passed and the tax code amended a provided ham firefighters hired before April 8, 1978 in amore stable and cost-effective number by issuing beirhds to cover the producing housing in the area applied to the maximum rate each year commencing in Section 5. The electors of the city of Boulder hereby authorize the City Council to adopt such other annual pension obligation payments and it is therefore appropriate for the voters to authorize increased debt of S. The procedures by which the axes will be assessed and collected; amendments to this Ordinance No. 7672 and to Chapter 3-2. "Sala and Use Tax," B.R.C. 1981, including, but the city in order to allow mating the obligations by issuing bonds without an increase in taxes 6. Definitions of the taxation categories and other terms will be provided; not limited to, imposing a lesser amount than the 0.15 % Sales and Use Tu, and to ad such other ordinances D. It is 7. The Housing Excise Tax may be reduced or waived by City Council when determined opt appropriate for viers to approve the continued collation, retention and expenditure of the full bond as may be necessary to implement the intent and purpose of this ordinance, proceeds and any related cammgs from the bond funds or revenues therefrom. interest; Section 6. The elation shall be conducted under the provisions of the Colorado Conaututim, the Charter and E. The purposes that will be served by the ability to fund pension obligations through debt of the city are critical 6. Credit offsets may be provided for uses in place prior to the assessment of the new He ordinances of the city, the Boulder Revised Cook. 1981, and this ordinance, and all contrary provisions of the for the continued responsible management of fund of the city. provisions. statutes of the state of Colorado are hereby superseded. NOW, THFREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BOULDER, Scct on 4. The maximum tax rate for 2010-2014 for new development other than residential i Section 7. The officers of the city are authorized to take all action necessary or appropriate to effectuate the COLORADO development shall he the following amounts for the following categories asxexsed on a per sqi provisions of this ordinance and to contract with the count clerk to conduct the elation for the city. area basis: P Y SC.S11p111. A general municipal coordinated elation will be held in the city of Boulder, county of Boulder and Commercial $7.IX1 Section 8. It my section, paragraph, clause, or provision of this ordinance shall for on), mason be held to be state of Colorado, on Tuesday. November 3, 2009, between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. invalid or unenforceable, such decision shall not affect any of the remaining provisions of this ordinance. Section 2. At that elation, there shall be submitted to the electors of the city of Boulder entitled bylaw to vote. Industrial and General Non-Residential $5.00 Section 9. This ordinance is necessary to protect the public health, safety and welfare of the residents of the the question of amhorizing the city to issue additional debt to fund ongoing old hire pension obligations of the Institutional 53.00 city, and covers matters of local concern. city. The debt will be paid from general fund revenues without any increase in taxes and any earnings from Section 5. If f; majority of all the votes cast at the elation on the measure submitted shall be Section 10. The council deems it appropriate that this ordin-ce be published by title only and orders that bond proceeds will be a voter approved revenue change, the City Council shall be authorized to amend the Boulder Revised Code and to adopt such of copies of this ordinance be made available in the office of the city clerk for public inspection and acquisition. The official ballot shall contain the following ballot title. which shall also be the designation and submission may be necessary to implement the intent and purpose of this ordinance. clause for the measure: Section The officers of the city are authorized to take all action necessary or appropriate to INTRODUCED, READ ON FIRST READING AND ORDERED PUBLISHED BY' TITLE ONLY BALLOT ISSUE NO 2C provisions