Vote No on Lakewood Question 200!

On July 2nd, Lakewood residents will have the opportunity to vote on Question 200, a ballot initiative that would limit the City’s residential growth to 1% annually.

June 11, 2019

On July 2nd, Lakewood residents will have the opportunity to vote on Question 200, a ballot initiative that would limit the City’s residential growth to 1 percent annually. While growth is a challenge in Lakewood and the Metro Area, an anti-housing initiative filled with unintended consequences is not the solution. Here at DMAR, we work tirelessly to ensure that every individual has the opportunity to experience homeownership and the American dream. Unfortunately, Question 200 is a poorly disguised piece of legislation intended to price hardworking individuals and families out of Lakewood.

For this reason, DMAR strongly encourages its Lakewood members to Vote No on 200 this July 2nd!

 

 

For more information, please visit the Lakewood United – No on 200 website.

Live in Lakewood and want a No on 200 yard sign? Please contact Peter Wall at pwall@dmarealtors.com.

Ballots will be mailed on June 12th and must be returned to the City no later than 7:00 PM on Tuesday, July 2nd.