Ballots for the November election are arriving in voters’ mailboxes beginning this week, and in Colorado Springs, one of the issues on the ballot is 2C, a property tax mill levy increase. KRCC’s Andrea Chalfin recently sat down with a supporter and an opponent of the proposal. Tomorrow at this time we’ll hear from Andy McElhany, who opposes 2C. Here’s part of the conversation with Councilwoman Jan Martin, who spearheaded the campaign for the levy increase.

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Here’s the full conversation with Jan Martin on 2C, which includes comments on the business community, and why the levy wouldn’t sunset. (20 minutes):

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