NOTICE TO ELECTORS OF HYLAND HILLS PARK AND RECREATION DISTRICT, JANUARY, 2019.
The principal business office of the District is located at 8801 Pecos Street, Federal Heights, CO 80260 and the principal telephone number of the District is 303 428-7488.
The Board Chairman is Thomas Lynch.
The District’s Executive Director and contact person is Yvonne Fischbach, 303 650-7510.
The present members of the District’s Board of Directors are:
Thomas Lynch email@example.com
Robert Landgraf, Jr firstname.lastname@example.org
Donald C. Ciancio, II, email@example.com
Lori Mirelez firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Dittman email@example.com
The next regular special district election will be held on May 5, 2020. The seats currently held by Board Members Lynch and Dittman will be up for election.
The Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District Board of Directors meets on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 5:30 (it being the normal custom of the Board to adjourn shortly thereafter for a study session and reconvene the meeting at 7pm) and the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 5:30p.m., at the Hyland Hills Park and Recreation District Administrative Offices, 8801 N. Pecos Street, Federal Heights, Co. Notices of Board Meetings are posted next to the front door of the Administrative Offices.
The 2019 mill levy is 5.413 and the total ad valorem tax revenue received by the District in 2018 was $5,709,289 (estimated).
The procedure and time for an eligible elector of the District to submit a self-nomination form for election to the Board of Directors is as follows:
1) Except as otherwise provided in this section, no earlier than January 1 and no later than the normal close of business on the sixty-seventh day before the date of a regular special district election, any person who desires to be a candidate for the office of a special district director shall file a self-nomination and acceptance form or letter signed by the candidate and by an eligible elector of the state as a witness to the signature of the candidate.
(2) On the date of signing the self-nomination and acceptance form or letter, a candidate for director shall be an eligible elector of the special district. If the district is divided into director districts established pursuant to section 32-1-301(2) (f), C.R.S., the candidate shall be an eligible elector within the boundaries of the director district in which the candidate is running for office.
(3) The self-nomination and acceptance form or letter must contain the name of the special district in which the election will be held, the special district director office sought by the candidate, the term of office sought if more than one length of a director’s term is to be voted upon at the election, the date of the election, the full name of the candidate as it is to appear on the ballot, and whether the candidate is a member of an executive board of a unit owners’ association, as defined in section 38-33.3-103, C.R.S., located within the boundaries of the special district for which the candidate is running for office. Unless physically unable, all candidates and witnesses shall sign their own signature and shall print their names, their respective residence addresses, including the street number and name, the city or town, the county, telephone number, and the date of signature on the self-nomination and acceptance form or letter.
(4) The self-nomination and acceptance form or letter must be filed with the designated election official or, if none has been designated, the presiding officer or the secretary of the board of directors of the special district in which the election will be held.
The results of the next District election shall be posted on the internet at www.hylandhills.org.
Any eligible elector of the District may apply for permanent absentee voter status. The application for permanent absentee voter status must be made in writing or by facsimile using an application form or letter furnished by the designated election official of the political subdivision. The application must contain the same information submitted in connection with an application for an absentee voter’s ballot pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes, section 1-13.5-1002.
Upon receipt of an application for permanent absentee voter status, the designated election official shall process the application in the same manner as an application for an absentee voter’s ballot. If the designated election official determines that the applicant is an eligible elector, the designated election official shall place the eligible elector’s name on the list maintained by the political subdivision pursuant to section 1-13.5-1004 of those eligible electors to whom an absentee voter’s ballot is mailed every time there is an election conducted by the political subdivision for which the eligible elector has requested permanent absentee voter status.
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