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Pueblo County






United Way of Pueblo


County Commissioner
Pueblo County

Board Member
Pueblo County

Board Member
Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District

Agency Liaison
Lower Arkansas Valley Water Conservancy District

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the New Pueblo Freeway

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Loretta Kennedy

Pueblo West Metropolitan District

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Also present were District Manager; Don Saling, and Attorney for the District; Tom Mullans, County Commissioners Matt Puelen, Loretta Kennedy, County Attorney; Dan Kogovsek, and Director of Public Works; Greg Severance.

Commissioner Kennedy welcomed the new Board members.
Commissioner Kennedy explained the proposed ballot issue's driving force was the Health Department and Pueblo West infrastructure, as far as roads are concerned.
Commissioner Kennedy made note of the infrastructure issues in Pueblo West and transportation for road and safety issues for economic development seems to be the priority on the list.
Commissioner Kennedy explained the County would go back and prioritize the projects.
Commissioner Kennedy explained it was based on taxes and new construction.
Commissioner Kennedy proceeded to explain the Tabor process and after the five years, Tabor would go back into effect.
Commissioner Kennedy explained it should go back to the taxpayers.

B24- Newsletter-1q2000

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Pueblo County Commissioner Loretta Kennedy was MC and did a nice job.The PHAS was happy to see that the ball was well attended by both Pueblo city and county representatives.

Fair expected to boost Pueblo's economy

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Pueblo County Commissioner Loretta Kennedy said the community looks forward to the fair because of the revenue it generates.

"Fair-goers, especially those from the Lower Arkansas Valley, and other northern communities and counties, invest in Pueblo by purchasing goods and services.Also, we have more vendors than last year, which is a huge economic push for the community," Kennedy said.
Kennedy explained the Colorado State Fair is one of Pueblo's greatest tourist attractions and the community is building on its tourism trade.She said it's for this reason that the state legislature recently instituted a possessory interest tax which could generate as much as $70,000 for the community.
"Because Pueblo is the economic hub of all southern Colorado, it behooves us to have a regional plan.Although small, this tax could generate about $70,000 in possessory interest alone.Because our budgets are so constricted, every dollar helps," Kennedy continued.


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LORETTA KENNEDY Board member Office: 583-6538

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