Issues

Tax Policy

The burden of taxes and fees upon residents should only be that necessary to fund essential services and those activities desired by the majority of citizens.


Fiscal Responsibility

Councilors and employees are custodians of Loveland public monies and have a fiduciary responsibility to safeguard tax payer funds.


Jobs

Loveland should afford its citizens a wide range of job opportunities benefiting all social economic groups with the objective that citizens can work, live and play within the community.


Property Rights

Loveland should afford its citizens a wide range of job opportunities benefiting all social economic groups with the objective that citizens can work, live and play within the community.


Safe Community

The citizens of Loveland deserve a community in which crime is uncommon, our neighborhoods are absent of hazards and the exchange of ideas is respectful.


Free Markets

A Free Market is one where there is participation of a Willing Buyer and a Willing Seller without the interference of the government or other third parties.


Individual Success

A community should provide an environment of opportunity in which individuals enjoy the dignity of achieving their personal vision of success.


Safe Recreation

The residents should be afforded safe recreation areas and public parks operated and maintained by the community government.


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Committee to Elect Steve Olson
1668 McKenzie Ct. | Loveland, CO 80537
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