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Proposed Marijuana Prohibition Ordinance Prompts Council Discussion

Proposed Marijuana Prohibition Ordinance Prompts Council Discussion

    The Lamar City Council, on a split vote, passed an ordinance on first reading for a ballot question to go before voters for the November 8, 2022 general election regarding the prohibition and penalization of general sale of marijuana.  Lamar City Clerk, Linda Williams, said a statement of sufficiency was issued as five […]

Lamar Council Votes Against Challenging Court Ruling on Petitions

Lamar Council Votes Against Challenging Court Ruling on Petitions

  The Lamar City Council voted no twice, following an open discussion of the avenues left open to it regarding the March 24, 2022 District Court ruling by Judge Michael Davidson, declaring the marijuana election results invalid.  The votes were challenged in January resulting in a court trial against the City of Lamar and City […]

City Waiting for Ruling on Latest Marijuana Ballot Challenge

City Waiting for Ruling on Latest Marijuana Ballot Challenge

    Arguments against the validity of the initiating ballot questions pertaining to the sale and taxation of recreational marijuana products were presented before Prowers District Judge, Michael Davidson on Monday, January 10th.  His decision is expected to be issued to both parties by February 1st. In the court hearing, Wanda Rohlman, Plaintiff, was represented […]

Questions and Answers: Lamar Council Candidates and Marijuana Forum

Questions and Answers: Lamar Council Candidates and Marijuana Forum

    A Lamar City Council and Mayoral a seat and sales of recreational marijuana and its taxation were the two topics of discussion at a candidate’s forum held Wednesday evening, October 13that the Lamar City Council chambers.  The forum was streamed on the city’s website and broadcast live over KLMR radio. Nick Lopez is […]

Election Ballots Mailed to Voters as of October 8th

Election Ballots Mailed to Voters as of October 8th

  DENVER, Colo–October 8th is the first day county clerks across Colorado can begin mailing ballots for the November 2 Coordinated Election.  Ballots must be mailed between October 8 and October 15 but voters can request to have a ballot mailed to them as late as October 25. “Once again, it is time for Coloradans […]

2021 Coordinated Election TABOR Booklet Notice-Local

2021 Coordinated Election TABOR Booklet Notice-Local

    From Jana Coen, Prowers County Clerk & Recorder: The TABOR Booklet Notice is being mailed to the citizens of Prowers County, by household voters, regarding the City of Lamar’s Ballot Issue 2A.  This Booklet is strictly informational and is NOT a ballot for voting. All ballots will be mailed to the voters of […]

Cobblestone Hotel Groundbreaking Set for October 6th, Joe Giadone Honored

Cobblestone Hotel Groundbreaking Set for October 6th, Joe Giadone Honored

    The Lamar City Council approved a modification of the incentive package for BriMark Buildings Construction, LLC for the Cobblestone Hotel Development project during their September 27th meeting.  Their attorneys had requested a change from the City and Redevelopment Authority Board regarding the Substantial Completion Date clause, as long as the owner is in […]

Election Information and Timeline

Election Information and Timeline

  If you have moved and didn’t update your voter registration you could be inactive at this time. Inactive voters will not automatically get a ballot in the mail for this election. Please call the County Clerk’s Office for election information regarding your voting status or go on line to: www.govotecolorado.gov for more information.   […]

County Clerk & Recorder Office Closed for Motor Vehicle Transactions on Nov. 3rd

County Clerk & Recorder Office Closed for Motor Vehicle Transactions on Nov. 3rd

  ELECTION NEWS: Ballots have now been sent out. Have you returned your voted ballot back to the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office? The earlier voted ballots are returned, the earlier election night unofficial results can be released. If you have not received a ballot you can request a replacement ballot but do it as […]

Election Day Information & Guidelines

Election Day Information & Guidelines

  There will be no motor vehicle or real estate recording services provided on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020 in the Clerk and Recorders office, we’ll only be open for Election transactions from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Also, since the County Courthouse is a Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) for elections, starting […]

Get Ready to Vote, Election Ballots are Being Mailed Soon

Get Ready to Vote, Election Ballots are Being Mailed Soon

    2020 General Election ballots will be automatically mailed to each eligible elector during the week of October 12-16, 2020. You can check your voter registration record, do a change of address, and register to vote for this 2020 General Election at: www.govotecolorado.gov or contact our Clerk and Recorder’s Office at: 719-336-8011 or e-mail […]

2020 General Election Ballot Information

2020 General Election Ballot Information

  Election Day – November 3, 2020 2020 General Election ballots will be mailed to “ACTIVE” registered electors (voters) during the week of October 12-16, 2020. UOCAVA (Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act) ballots will go out no later than Saturday, September 19, 2020. (Military and Citizens living overseas during the election) If an […]

ELECTION NEWS:  Just Four Days Left

ELECTION NEWS: Just Four Days Left

  27.69% of voted ballots have now been returned to the County Clerk’s Office and there’s only have 4 days left to return your voted ballot! If you haven’t received a ballot in the mail you will need to come into the County Clerk’s Office for a ballot replacement right away. Drop off your voted […]

November Election Information

November Election Information

  Election News: Ballots will be sent to all active registered electors the week of October 14 – 18, 2019 for the 2019 Coordinated Election.   Tips for Mail Ballots: You will receive a ballot, secrecy sleeve, and a return envelope. Select candidates and questions you wish to vote on. Use a Black pen that […]

Council Reviews Budget Expenditures/Income Potential for Ambulance Services

Council Reviews Budget Expenditures/Income Potential for Ambulance Services

    The Lamar City Council, City Treasurer Kristin McCrea and City Administrator John Sutherland discussed Ballot Issue 1A, the .025 percent county sales tax which is on this year’s November 6th general election, during their October 22nd meeting. The discussion stemmed from other economic issues as well as the council’s vote to support the […]