Metro district residents, municipalities, legislators, stakeholders seek changes, greater voice in how districts work

The Denver Post: Homeowners in several metro districts across Colorado are pressing for greater transparency and financial details from the developer-controlled boards that govern them – a few are pushing for their outright ouster via a recall – in light of Denver Post stories highlighting their operations.

With about four weeks remaining for metro district residents to file the paperwork needed to run for their local board of directors – seats on dozens of metro district boards are up for election in May – resident interest in wresting control of their community’s future has been high following The Post’s stories detailing concerns with the heavy debt and property taxes they face.

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