Lawsuit Against Loveland City Clerk Dismissed

Plaintiffs did not exhaust administrative remedies, judge ruled

A Larimer County district judge on Aug. 24 dismissed a lawsuit against Loveland’s city clerk. After a hearing lasting more than three hours, Judge Daniel McDonald agreed with the city that the court did not have jurisdiction over the case because the plaintiffs had not exhausted their administrative remedies. The plaintiffs claimed clerk Patti Garcia violated the city charter and state Constitution when she stopped accepting signatures for a ballot petition for retail marijuana sales in Loveland before the 90-day petition period had passed and also argued Garcia deliberately hindered their

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