Two citizen initiatives make Littleton ballot

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Proposals tighten rules on rezoning, executive sessions

By Ramsey Scott

A citizen initiative that would change how property is rezoned and another that would restrict when Littleton’s City Council goes into executive session will appear on this November’s ballot.

A group of residents led by Frank Atwood, Mary Bradford, Betty Harris, Jose Trujillo and Carol Brzeczek collected signatures to get the two proposals on the ballot, and the 1,600 necessary signatures were validated by Littleton last week.

Harris said the two changes are necessary to iesure an open governmental process.

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