Policy Update and Community Survey

Coming out of the 2018 Policy Summit in October which was held in Frisco, CCLT established a legislative agenda for the 2019 session that included the following priorities:

  • Extend the CEOC and Certified Holder program components for 7 years

  • Obtain an appropriation to fund the Division of Conservation

  • Make adjustments to the tax credit formula to do the following: (1) increase the percentage of value landowners receive in a credit; and (2) allow the credit to be phased; and

  • Continue to study alternative valuation options

The Keep it Colorado (formerly CCLT) Policy Committee has been working with our lobbyist and lawmakers to develop specific legislation to achieve the above priorities.

To ensure that we are including community input into the development of this important legislation and to avoid unintended consequences, we have developed the following brief survey.

Please complete the survey by no later than Noon on Thursday, Feb. 7.

Should the survey prompt additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call or email Erik Glenn at eglenn@ccalt.org or 317.407.4295, KIC Policy Committee Chair.

CLICK HERE TO SUBMIT YOUR KEEP IT COLORADO POLICY FEEDBACK