Town of Frisco voices opinions on ballot questions |

Town of Frisco voices opinions on ballot questions

The town of Frisco passed a group of resolutions at their regular town council meeting late last month, voicing opinions on three different measures set to appear on ballots this November.

Frisco passed a resolution in support of Summit County’s ballot question 1A, which the town feels will yield positive impacts on the biggest issues facing the county: wildfire mitigation, recycling programs, behavioral health and suicide prevention, early childhood education and repairs to public buildings.

In addition, the town also chose to support Proposition 110, also known as “Let’s Go Colorado,” a transportation initiative meant to address the state’s transportation funding woes through a sales tax increase.

Finally, the town came out against Amendment 74, which would require governments to compensate property owners for diminution in fair market value for government action. The town believes the amendment would limit state and local government services, at a high cost to taxpayers.

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