Medical marijuana dispensary owner to run for Steamboat City Council
August 11, 2011
Known City Council candidates
City Council (known candidates)
■ District 1
Scott Myller, incumbent
■ District 2
Bart Kounovsky, incumbent in the at-large seat
■ District 3
■ Referendum 2B
Shall the city of Steamboat Springs sales and use taxes be increased $1,300,000 annually in the first full calendar year, and by whatever additional amounts are raised annually thereafter by increasing the sales tax rate by 0.25% from 4.5% to 4.75%, to be levied on and after January 1, 2012, and to expire on December 31, 2016, and shall revenues generated from that increased tax rate be dedicated for use by the local marketing district to support guarantees to commercial air carriers to provide non-stop service to the Yampa Valley Regional Airport in Hayden, and shall the proceeds of such tax and investment income thereon constitute voter approved revenue changes pursuant to Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution?
Yes or no.
■ Referendum 2C
Shall the City of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, ban, effective January 1, 2012, the cultivation, manufacture and sale of medical marijuana, including the operations of medical marijuana centers, optional premise cultivation operations, and the manufacture of medical marijuana-infused products, unless such person does so as a patient or primary caregiver as authorized by Art. XVIII, Sec. 14 of the Colorado Constitution and pursuant to regulations enacted by the City; further authorizing the City to codify this ban in the Municipal Code?
Yes or no.
For more information about running for the Steamboat Springs City Council, call City Clerk Julie Franklin at 970-871-8248 or stop by City Hall, 137 10th St., to pick up a petition.