Elect Michael Pruznick for Fort Collins Mayor on April 2nd, 2019
(Ending financial influence by running a zero budget campaign)
2019-02-26 Campaign Finance Report
2019-03-12 Campaign Finance Report
TOP FIVE GOALS FOR FIRST 100 DAYS IN OFFICE
Restore the police services continuation
clause to retain top performing officers, attract highly qualified
candidates, and keep crime under control.
Support working families with a return to
tiered electric rates and address the peak demand issue with a new 4th
tier on the highest summer time users.
EXCESS WATER FEES
Provide HOAs and commercial customers
the time and budget flexibility to implement a mitigation program by
replacing the one-time 166% fee increase with multi-year phase-in.
Encourage water conservation through a
tap buy back program and an in-stream dedication program.
Form a partnership with Poudre School District,
developers, and regional partners, to provide brick and mortar funding
for schools through a back end mill levy dedication.
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The city is requiring this extra use before it
will issue Pruznick the solar permit for the fossil fuel free conversion.
Pruznick has spent five years trying to overturn this policy. However,
with solar tax credits reducing, time of use rates offering an excess
use discount, and special interest groups supporting the current policy,
it was time to move forward. Rest assured, Pruznick will support over
turning this policy when elected.
Request to Community
Staff Direction to Increase Use
Request to Staff
Request to Council
FORT COLLINS CITY CODE SECTION 7-140 NOTICE
Not applicable because no expenditure was made
The notice above was updated on 2019-03-05 to reflect the most recent
official communication received on 2019-03-04. Also, please note that
the section 7-140 notice is new to this election cycle. Should the
official interpretation change, this site will be updated accordingly.