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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, AT ITS MEETING ON SEPTEMBER 7, 2017, UNANIMOUSLY VOTED TO SUPPORT ISSUE 2A, ALSO KNOWN AS THE STORMWATER BALLOT ISSUE.

WHEREAS, representatives of the Colorado Springs Police Protective Association (CSPPA) have had numerous meetings with City officials regarding infrastructure needs, and

WHEREAS, the CSPPA recognizes that Issue 2A, if passed by voters, will ensure a dedicated funding stream to address stormwater infrastructure and long-standing maintenance issues, and

WHEREAS, Issue 2A will generate $17 million per year for 20 years to be used exclusively to address stormwater needs, including 71 necessary infrastructure projects, at a cost of five dollars per month to homeowners and thirty dollars per acre per month on commercial property, and

WHEREAS, passing Issue 2A will permit monies in the City of Colorado Springs General Fund to be reallocated to address priorities as identified in a pre-campaign poll, including police response times, pro-active policing, and fire and emergency response, and

WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of the Colorado Springs Police Protective Association unanimously agrees that passing Issue 2A is the best mechanism to address both stormwater infrastructure needs and public safety concerns as identified by residents;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of the Colorado Springs Police Protective Association, to unanimously endorse Stormwater Issue 2A and to encourage the citizens of Colorado Springs to vote yes on Issue 2A.

Dated: September 7, 2017

Board of Directors, Colorado Springs Police Protective Association