At its September 23 meeting, the Aurora Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors approved support of three ballot initiatives that promote economic development.
1. City of Aurora seeking to overturn a 1999 City Charter Election that disallowed the City of Aurora from extending any city services or financial incentives to a stadium for motor sports facilities. Ballot language
2. Seeking to change the 1988 intergovernmental agreement about the development around DIA (Airport City), Adams County (Aurora portion) and Denver to establish a regional entity to promote business opportunities on and around DIA, including important infrastructure. Chamber Impact Newsletter article, pages 1 and 3
3. Proposition BB allows the State to keep tax monies from the marijuana industry tax; instead of refunding to Colorado residents and the marijuana industry, per Tabor. BB Q and A
Supporting these three ballot measures supports positive economic development in the City of Aurora and for the State of Colorado.