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Recent Shakeups for Public Infrastructure Financing Through Metropolitan Districts

In Colorado, much of the public infrastructure installed in connection with development projects is financed by metropolitan districts. Metropolitan districts are governmental entities, authorized by Colorado statute, and controlled by an elected board of directors. They have taxing authority and can impose a mill levy on property within the boundaries of the district.
Rocky Mountain Real Estate Blog

The latest real estate and land use news and updates.

Denver City Council Passes Pair of Development Moratoria

As Denver’s housing market continues to thrive, so, too, do the development-related concerns of existing residents.  The rapid pace of development in many City-close neighborhoods has at times pitted residents desiring attractive, pedestrian-oriented communities against developers responding to high demand for urban housing options.  On Monday, August 22, 2016, the Denver City Council passed a pair […]

Rocky Mountain Sign Law Blog

Regulatory, best practices, and other First Amendment news.

New Jersey Supreme Court: Digital Billboard Ban Unconstitutional

In a surprising decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court found earlier this month that a township ordinance prohibiting digital billboards violated the free speech provisions of the U.S. and New Jersey constitutions. Franklin Township, New Jersey, a suburban community in Somerset County, enacted sign regulations that allowed billboards in zoning districts near interstate highways.  The […]

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