October 15, 2017 jeffmoore

At the Latino Task Force forum last Thursday (Oct. 12), my opponent’s closing statement said a lot about her.  “I only want your vote if you believe a radical like me needs to be on the city council,”  and, speaking about following the law, she said she doesn’t care. When we are sworn in as…

September 13, 2017 jeffmoore

The Windy Gap November ballot issue will ask voters to decide whether they support the City Council’s decision to approve building storage for Longmont at Chimney Hollow Reservoir for 10,000 acre feet (acft) recommended by the Longmont Water Advisory Board versus the 6,000 acft recommendation by city staff. Advocates for 6,000 acft are expressing concerns…

August 31, 2017 jeffmoore

Coffee with Council last Saturday at the Brewing Market.  This informal interaction with residents is always one of my favorite things I do on city council.  We covered several topics including the Windy Gap Firming Project, neighborhood watch like organization for neighbors being more involved in taking care of their neighborhoods, quiet zones to avoid…

August 10, 2017 jeffmoore

Sustainable Resilient Longmont is advocating for a goal to be 100% renewable by 2030.  Diving into the details, there are a lot of ways to achieve this goal.  There are some questions that arise, however, as to what 100% renewable is and how costs to ratepayers can be managed.  I have put together a few…

August 5, 2017 jeffmoore

Longmont Ward 2 boundaries are south of Third Avenue from 75th to the eastern city limits.  North of Third Avenue from east side of Main Street to Martin and North to 9th, Francis to Hover north to Long’s Peak, and Hover to Airport Road North to Mountain View.