AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora’s plans to bring a motor sports complex to the city may have hit a dead end.

Mayor Steve Hogan is calling for a special city council meeting Thursday to discuss a ballot measure on the issue. If approved by voters, it would allow the city to give financial incentives to potential investors like NASCAR.

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The mayor has not said why he wants to discuss the measure, but the deadline to remove it from the ballot is only a couple of weeks away.

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The complex would be built at East 26th Avenue and Hudson Road, not far from E-470 and Interstate 70.

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The last time the city tried to get approval for the project, voters rejected it.