Delta County clerk and recorder Ann Eddins confirms ballots for the Nov. 5 election were mailed Tuesday morning. In addition to the question on Amendment 66, voters will be asked a question on taxes related to the retail sale of recreational marijuana.
That issue is listed as Proposition AA.
The remainder of the ballot will be comprised of local questions. Countywide, voters will select candidates for three school board seats, decide on a mill levy increase for Delta County Libraries, and weigh the removal of term limits from the elected county offices of clerk and recorder, treasurer, assessor and surveyor.
The Grand Mesa Water Conservancy District is seeking permission to increase its debt to help acquire, reclaim and improve water storage on Grand Mesa.
The Town of Paonia has submitted two questions for its voters. One asks authority to create an account for construction and maintenance of sidewalks and imposes a $3 per month surcharge on utility bills to fund the work.
A second Paonia question would de-Bruce the mill levy.
Ballots may be returned by mail or dropped off at the Delta County Courthouse, North Fork Annex in Hotchkiss or Paonia Town Hall during regular business hours. All three locations will be open Election Day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
To verify your ballot was received by the elections office, call 874-5903, 874-2153 or visit www.govotecolorado.com.blog comments powered by Disqus