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5 Dec 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

Sustainability Coordinator Melissa Englund and Jeremiah Garrick, University of Pennsylvania student, will be present to discuss Turf Replacement Program Research. 6:00pm to 6:25pm Information and Dire...

Planning Manager Bryan Isham, and Planner II Erik Sampson will be present to discuss an overview of proposed short-term rental ordinance revisions. 6:25pm - 7:00pm Information and Direction Presentati...


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of November 21, 2022


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

2023 Student Art Calendar Artist Recognition


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment


9. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


8. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


a. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

CB 37 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code regarding Traffic Procedures, Definitions

CB 39 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code Regarding Animal Impoundment

CB 63 – Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) Between the City of Littleton and the City of Englewood for a Cost Share to Review and Evaluate the Sewer Connector District Agreements

CB 70 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code to Add and Remove City Facilities for Open Carry of Firearms on City Property

CB 73 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code Authorizing City to Recover Costs of Collection for Unpaid Debts


b. Resolutions and Motions

Renewal of the Annual AEC-West Contract for Supplemental Building Review and Inspections

Contract Renewal for the 2023 Operations of the Englewood Trolley


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 64 - Bill for an Ordinance to Enter into a 10 Year Agreement for Use of Comcast Dark Fiber


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

Resolution for Civic Center Storage Area Network (SAN) End of Life Replacement

Contract Renewal for Snow and Ice Removal Services for the Englewood Environmental Foundation (EEF) properties

Contract Renewal for Landscaping / Ground Maintenance Services for the Englewood Environmental Foundation (EEF) properties

Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of Two (2) Utility Bed Trucks from Brandon Dodge on Broadway


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 19 participants
  • 2:03 hours
turf
landscaping
ordinances
environmental
considerations
pennsylvania
facilities
governance
settlement
plans
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21 Nov 2022

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1 Study Session Topic

a) Planning Manager Bryan Isham and Director of Community Development Brad Power will be present to discuss CodeNext update regarding sustainability


2 Call to Order


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of November 7, 2022


6 Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

a) Police Citizens Academy Graduates were recognized. Kenneth Marsh Donna Marsh Lacey Reece Rhonda Willcox Robert Traw Sharon Mason Tim Hoeglund Natasha Weaver Kathleen Bailey Belinda Porter Christopher ...

b) Proclamation recognizing Small Business Saturday


7 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Gary Kozacek, Englewood resident, will speak about the proposed re-development on Oxford Avenue

b) Derek Fox from the Davey Tree Expert Company will address council regarding Right of Way Occupancy permits and enforcement


8 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 37 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code Regarding Traffic Procedures, Definitions

ii) CB 63 – Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the City of Littleton and the City of Englewood for a cost share to review and evaluate the sewer connector district agreements

iii) CB 72 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code to ensure compliance with applicable law, current practices

iv) CB 73 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code authorizing City to recover costs of collection for unpaid debts


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 67 - Increase the Waste Transfer Surcharge from $.50 per cubic yard to $.63 per cubic yard effective January 1, 2023

ii) CB 68 - Repealing the Shoplifting and Price Switching Ordinances from Offenses Code

iii) CB 69 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code establishing standard provisions for City contracts

iv) CB 71 - Approval of 3-year IGA with the Aurora-South Metro Small Business Development Center


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Motion to approve an internal committee to provide advice and guidance on the management of the City's 401(a) and 457 retirement plans

ii) Award of Two Professional Services Agreements for Water Rights
Legal Support and Water Resources Engineering for Utilities

iii) Resolution increasing City Manager salary by 5 percent, to receive the same city-wide compensation increase as other City employees; and increase the City Attorney's salary to reflect current market c...


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 39 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code regarding animal impoundment

ii) CB 70 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code to add and remove city facilities for open carry of firearms on City property


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Resolution to appoint Vincent Atencio as Associate Municipal Court Judge and Establish Compensation for Municipal Judges

ii) Award a Professional Services Agreement for On-Call Engineering Professional Service Agreements

iii) Award of a Professional Services Agreement with Johnson,
Mirmiran and Thompson, Inc. for Water Main Replacement Design


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 Adjournment


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  • 23 participants
  • 2:28 hours
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discussion
ordinances
hear
plans
currently
contributions
warnings
code
england
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7 Nov 2022

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1 Study Session Topic

Director of Finance Jackie Loh will be present to review the Monthly Financial Report. 6:00pm to 6:15pm Information Presentation: 10 minutes Discussion: 5 minutes

Director of Community Development Brad Power and Planning Manager Bryan Isham will be present to give an update on CodeNext technical provision within Title 16. 6:15pm to 7:05pm Information and Direct...


2 Call to Order


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of October 17, 2022.


6 Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

a) Recognition of Code Enforcement for National Awards.


7 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Kelly McCloskey will address Council regarding Englewood Police, Victims Advocate.

PJ Kolnik will address Council regarding Code Next.

Marcia McGilley will address Council regarding IGA (economic development partnership) with the Aurora-South Metro Small Business Development Center.


8 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 71 - Approval of 3-year IGA with the Aurora-South Metro Small Business Development Center

CB 68 - Repealing the Shoplifting and Price Switching Ordinances from Offenses Code


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 62 - Amending the Englewood Municipal Code regarding Definition of Pawnbroker

ii) CB 65 - Amending the Englewood Municipal Code regarding Trees and Shrubs.

iii) CB 66 - IGA for Pedestrian Improvements at the Malley Senior Recreation Center.


c) Resolutions and Motions

Resolution adopting the Economic Development Strategic Plan


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 39 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code regarding animal impoundment.

CB 69 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code establishing standard provisions for City contracts

CB 67 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code to Increase the Waste Transfer Surcharge from $.50 per cubic yard to $.63 per cubic yard


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

2023 Fees and Rates Schedule


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

Executive Session for personnel matters under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(f)(1) regarding review of the City Manager and City Attorney salaries.


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 Adjournment


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  • 23 participants
  • 4:24 hours
revenue
revenues
municipal
budgetary
administration
taxpayer
2023
assessed
general
september
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17 Oct 2022

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1 Study Session Topic


2 Call to Order


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of October 3, 2022.

b) Minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of October 10, 2022


6 Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Recognition of Museum of Outdoor Arts Partnership with the City of Englewood.

b) Recognition of Citizens Planning School graduates


7 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Pamela Beets, Englewood resident, will speak about housing and development


8 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 61 - Revising EMC to Mirror Provisions of Colorado's Vote Without Fear Act

ii) CB 62 - Amending EMC regarding Definition of Pawnbroker.

iii) CB 65 - Amending EMC regarding Trees and Shrubs.

CB 66 - IGA for Pedestrian Improvements at t he Malley Senior Recreation Center.


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i) CB 54 - 2023 City of Englewood Budget

ii) CB 55 - 2023 City of Englewood Budget Appropriation

iii) CB 56 - 2023 City of Englewood Property Tax Mill Levies

iv) CB 57 - 2023 South Platte Renew (SPR) Budget

v) CB 58 - 2023 South Platte Renew (SPR) Budget Appropriation

vi) CB 59 - IGA with the City of Cherry Hills Village for Vehicle Maintenance and Repair

vii) CB 60 - IGA Regarding VSPC and Ballot Drop Box


c) Resolutions and Motions

Short Term Security - Additional Funding

Renew Contract with Regal Facility Management for Custodial Services.

Change Order with Stanley Consultants for On-call Engineering Services

Amendment to City Attorney Employment Agreement


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

Professional Services Agreement with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc for City Ditch Piping Project Phase I

Resolution of Support in Favor of Sales Tax Ballot Issues

Contract Amendment to Provide Additional Funding for CrossPurpose.

i) Englewood Downtown Development Authority 2023 Budget


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 Adjournment


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  • 22 participants
  • 1:47 hours
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inglewood
council
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committee
adjourned
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comments
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3 Oct 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

Assistant City Manager Tim Dodd and City Clerk Stephanie Carlile will be present to discuss options for the creation of a Youth Advisory Board. 6:00pm - 6:25pm

Assistant City Manager Tim Dodd and Polco representative Grace Arneson will be present to discuss the results of the National Citizen Survey for 2022. 6:25pm -6:50pm


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of September 19, 2022.

Minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of September 26, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Emergency Preparedness Week Proclamation

Conflict Resolution Month Proclamation

Indigenous People's Day Proclamation

National Code Compliance Month Proclamation


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment


9. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


8. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 59 - IGA with the City of Cherry Hills Village for vehicle maintenance and repair.

CB 60 - IGA regarding VSPC and ballot drop box


a. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 50 - Add section of municipal code specifically designating City park properties

CB 52 - IGA regarding Hosanna Complex

CB 53 - Amending EMC so reclassified misdemeanors can be filed and prosecuted in Englewood Municipal Court.


b. Resolutions and Motions

Contract renewal for 2022 Bulk Fuel/Fluids purchase.

Pirates Cove resurface project

Award of three on-call contracts for services for emergency water line repairs on the City’s Water Distribution System.


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 56 - 2023 City of Englewood Property Tax Mill Levies

CB 54 - 2023 City of Englewood Budget

CB 55 - 2023 City of Englewood Budget Appropriation

CB 39 - Amending EMC Sections 7-1A-5, 7-1A-9 and 7-1A-16 regarding animal impoundment.

CB 57 - 2023 South Platte Renew (SPR) Budget

CB 58 - 2023 South Platte Renew (SPR) Budget Appropriation


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

CB 49 - Amending EMC regarding solicitation from vehicles and obstructions on streets and sidewalks.

CB 51 - Amendment to Fire Code to expand authorized usage of temporary emergency shelters during severe weather.


c. Resolutions and Motions


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 18 participants
  • 2:45 hours
council
brainstorming
discussion
advisory
initiatives
governance
youth
overseeing
involvement
civics
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19 Sep 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

Executive Director Lindsey Gorzalski Hocking will be present to provide an update on Innovative Housing Concepts. 6:00pm to 6:30pm Information Presentation: 15 minutes Discussion: 15 minutes

Break 6:30pm to 7:00pm


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of September 6, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Appointment of EEF Board Member


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Danna Liebert, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding water efficiency plans.

Pamela Beets, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding development.

Susan McRae will address Council.


8. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 39 - Amending EMC Sections 7-1A-5, 7-1A-9 and 7-1A-16 regarding animal impoundment.

CB 50 - Add section of municipal code specifically designating City park properties

CB 52 - IGA regarding Hosanna Complex

CB 53 - Amending EMC so reclassified misdemeanors can be filed and prosecuted in Englewood Municipal Court.


9. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


a. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 48 - Amending EMC 5-3B-4 to comply with State Law by eliminating alcohol licensee manager registration.

CB 47 - Acceptance of ACOS grant for Bates Logan Park improvements.

CB 45 - IGA with the City of Centennial to provide interconnectivity between traffic signal systems for public benefit.


b. Resolutions and Motions


10. Public Hearing Items

Proposed 2023 Budget Public Hearing


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 49 - Amending EMC regarding solicitation from vehicles and obstructions on streets and sidewalks.

CB 51 - Amendment to Fire Code to expand authorized usage of temporary emergency shelters during severe weather.


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice

Consensus to bring forward Proclamation for Emergency Management Month (September)

Consensus to bring forward Proclamation for Conflict Resolution Month (October)


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 22 participants
  • 3:54 hours
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residents
initiatives
residential
discussed
occupancies
brainstorming
amending
developing
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6 Sep 2022

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1 Englewood Work Force Update 6:00pm - 6:30pm

Economic Development Manager Darren Hollingsworth and Stephanie Mufic, Business Services Manager with Arapahoe/Douglas Works, will be present to provide an overview of key workforce and employment dat...


2 Call to Order


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of August 15, 2022.


6 Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Workforce Development Month Proclamation

b) National Hispanic Heritage Month Proclamation


7 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment - Public Comment will begin approximately 6:30pm

Jacob Gilbert, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding the Chenango lot at Belleview Park.

Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, will address Council.


8 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment - Public Comment will begin at approximately 6:30pm


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

iii. CB 45 - IGA to provide interconnectivity between traffic signal systems for public benefit

CB 48 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code Section 5-3B-4


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 40 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code Title 1, Chapter 7, Sections 1-7a-5 And 1-7a-9

ii) CB 44 -Amending Englewood Municipal Code Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 4-1-2

iv) CB 46 - Updating the current off-leash ordinance


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Resolution adopting the Investment Policy Statement (IPS) for the City's 401(a) and 457 Retirement Plan.

ii) Resolution approving revision to the vesting period for the 401a retirement plan

Contract with Bridge House


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 47 - IGA with Arapahoe County accepting a grant from ACOS for Bates Logan Park Improvements


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

Electrical, Instrumentation, and Control improvements at the City’s Water System Facilities

GoEV presentation to Council regarding sustainability


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 Adjournment


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  • 26 participants
  • 3:04 hours
workforce
employees
arapahoe
working
agencies
initiatives
vesting
douglas
wioa
county
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15 Aug 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

Director of Public Works Maria D'Andrea will be present to u pdate City Council on progress on this multi-agency study being led by the City of Englewood. 6:25 pm-6:45pm

Director of Public Works Maria D'Andrea will be present to provide an overview of the Complete Streets Initiative & Applicability to Englewood Street Network. 6:00pm-6:25pm

Director of Finance Jackie Loh will be present to review the I nvestment Policy Statement (IPS) for the City's 401(a) and 457 Retirement Plan. 6:45pm-6:55pm


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of August 1, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Steven Kelly, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Jacob Gilbert, an Englewood resident, will address Council.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 45 - Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Centennial to provide interconnectivity between traffic signal systems for public benefit.

CB 40 - Allow Court and Prosecution staff to hand documents to defendants and witnesses, and to authorize Court to withdraw bench warrant and instead serve summons to defendants in lieu of arrest

CB 44 -A mending Englewood Municipal Code Title 4, Chapter 1, Section 4-1-2 concerning the annual required adoption of the City's investment policy.


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 36 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code to mirror Colorado statute and provide clarity of offenses for filing in Englewood Municipal Court.

CB 43 - IGA with Arapahoe County for Coordinated Election Services

CB 42 - The Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Special Initiative Grant


c. Resolutions and Motions

Approval of Englewood Police Benefit Association (EPBA) Contract


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 46 - Update to the current off-leash ordinance.


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

2022 Budget Supplemental #3

Approval of a contract to provide security services for EEF and Civic Center properties.

Resolution adopting the changes to the Reserve and Investment Policy


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice

Executive Session for discussion of a personnel matter under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(2)(f) for the purpose of annual employment reviews and not involving: any specific employees who have requested dis...

Executive Session f or a conference with the City attorney for the purpose of receiving
legal advice on specific legal questions under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b)


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 22 participants
  • 5:33 hours
streets
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thoroughfare
sidewalks
avenue
municipality
expressway
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1 Aug 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

Chair Bill Lesage, Vice Chair Josh Newell and members of the Budget Advisory Committee will be present to review the 2022 Budget Advisory Committee Annual Report.

Director of Finance Jackie Loh will be present to review proposed Financial
Policies revisions:


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of August 1, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Dan Tovado with Confluence Builders will address Council regarding an upcoming project, The Emerson.

Jeremiah Kell-Clark, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding 5G cell towers.

Steve Kelly, an Englewood resident, will address Council.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 43 - IGA with Arapahoe County for Coordinated Election Services

CB 42 - DOLA Special Initiative Grant

CB 40 - Amending Title 1, Chapter 7, Sections 1-7A-5 and 1-7A-9 of the Englewood Municipal Code


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 38 - Cooperative Agreement Regarding Pass-Through Revenue for School Finance Act Compliance with Englewood Schools.


c. Resolutions and Motions


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

Quarter Two Updates and Modifications to the City of Englewood Strategic Plan.

Contract to provide security services for EEF and Civic Center properties.


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice

Centennial Park off leash rules discussion

Separate agendas for Study Sessions and Regular meetings discussion.


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 28 participants
  • 3:52 hours
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25 Jul 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

Finance Director Jackie Loh will be present to answer any clarifying questions from City Council and record their prioritized 2023 capital projects list. 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.

Director of Parks, Recreation, Library and Golf Christina Underhill, Open Space Manager Dave Lee, Parks Supervisor Adrian Torres, and Code Enforcement Manager David Lewis Jr. will be present to discus...

Finance Director Jackie Loh will be present to review with City Council the June 2022 Financial Report. 6:20 to 6:30 p.m.


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of July 18, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Board and Commission Member Appointment Recognition


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Rick Emmelhainz, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding the recent shooting in his neighborhood.

Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding support for our police department not alternative policing.

Jeremiah Kell-Clark, an Engelwood resident, will address Council regarding cell towers.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 36 - Amendment to the EMC to mirror Colorado statute and provide clarity of offenses for filing in Englewood Municipal Court


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c. Resolutions and Motions

Professional Services Agreement with Eidos Architects, PC for
Architectural and Engineering Services

Award of Contract to Blackeagle Energy Services for water main replacement construction


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i. CB 35 - Approval of an ordinance to place two taxation-related questions on the November, 2022 ballot


c. Resolutions and Motions

Award of contract to Atkins North America, Inc. for Engineering Design Services on the W Dartmouth Multi-modal Safety Improvements Project

Award of Contract to Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. for the construction of the 2022 Mill and Overlay Project


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 37 participants
  • 3:44 hours
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18 Jul 2022

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1. Study Session Topics

Sustainability Coordinator Melissa Englund and Logan Dunning, Chair of the Englewood Sustainability Commission, will be present to discuss the Sustainability Commission Annual Report. 6:10pm -6:40pm

Director of Finance Jackie Loh will be present to discuss the May 2022 Monthly Financial Report. 6:00pm - 6:10pm

Assistant City Manager Tim Dodd, City Clerk Stephanie Carlile, and City Manager's Office Intern Elena Hernandez will be present to discuss formal ways to engage youth. 6:40pm -7:00pm


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of June 27, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Danna Liebert, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding landscaping to support pollinators.

Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding m ajor concerns for current plans for the upstream half of the South Englewood Basin .


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 34 - Ballot questions for revisions to the City of Englewood's Charter

CB 33 - Amending EMC 5-1-5, 4-1-1 to comply with new state law exempting non-local retailers from sales, use tax license


c. Resolutions and Motions

Approval to purchase one 2023 Dodge Ram Bucket Truck

Approval of an Agreement with Brundage Bone Concrete Pumping

Approval to purchase one 2022 StarCraft Allstar bus.


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 38 - Cooperative Agreement Regarding Pass-Through Revenue for School Finance Act Compliance with Englewood Schools


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

CB 35 - Ballot questions regarding two taxation-related items


c. Resolutions and Motions

Englewood Employees Association (EEA) Contract

Contract for design and environmental services on the Dartmouth Traffic Calming Corridor Project


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 27 participants
  • 3:15 hours
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annuals
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2022
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27 Jun 2022

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1. Study Session Topic 6:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.

Members of the Leadership Team and Finance Department will be present to review the Preliminary 2023 Operating & Staff Prioritized Capital Requests


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of June 20, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 33 - Amending EMC 5-1-5, 4-1-1 to comply with new state law exempting non-local retailers from sales, use tax license


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 28 - Proposed rate increase for the Stormwater Utility Fund in order to access State Revolving Loan funding

CB 32 - This is an amendment to the original IGA with MHFD for the LDC Plaza Improvement Project requesting an additional $100,000 in matching funds to complete the active construction project.


c. Resolutions and Motions

Change order with Global Underground Corp. for as-needed emergency water line repairs.

Change order with C&L Water Solutions, Inc. for as-needed emergency water line repairs.

Change order with Brannan Construction Company for as-needed emergency water line repairs.

Contract for the 2022 Slurry Seal Project to A-1 Chipseal for the 2022 Slurry Seal Project.


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 34 - B allot questions for revisions to the City of Englewood's Charter

CB 35 - Ballot questions regarding two taxation-related items


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

Appointment of Voting, Alternate Voting, and Non-Voting
Englewood Representatives to Opioid Settlement Arapahoe
Regional Council


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice

Executive Session for Purposes of Attorney-Client Privilege to discuss a breach of contract matter, and to discuss legal issues regarding modifying security measures for City Council meetings.


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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  • 4:07 hours
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20 Jun 2022

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1. Study Session Topic - 5:30pm -7:00pm

Members of the Leadership Team and Finance Department will be present to review the Preliminary 2023 Operating & Staff Prioritized Capital Requests


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of June 6, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Resolution appointing members to various boards, commissions, and committees


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Bonnie Mucklow, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding leash laws.

Mike Shoup, an Englewood resident, will address Council.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 28 - Proposed rate increase for the Stormwater Utility Fund in order to access State Revolving Loan funding


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 31 - Creation of the Arapahoe County Regional Council regarding opioid settlement


c. Resolutions and Motions

Resolution for optimal source order for the purchase of goods and materials agreement with Core & Main for distribution and collection system parts, inventory, equipment, and safety apparatuses.

Contract for Services with Pro-Pipe, Inc. to inspect the City’s sanitary sewer collection system.

Professional Services Agreement renewal with Martin and Wood Water Consultants, Inc for water resources engineering services.

Professional Services Agreement for outside legal representation for water rights support.

Resolution regarding the Paid Family Medical Leave Insurance Program

Award a Contract between the City of Englewood and
CrossPurpose

Motion to Designate June 27, 2022 Council Meeting as a Regular Meeting, pursuant to EMC 1-5-2-1


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 32 - Little Dry
Creek (LDC) Open Space and Channel Improvements IGA
Amendment #2


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

Contract for Construction for sanitary sewer pipeline rehabilitation construction services.

Professional Services Agreement for the Allen Water Treatment Plant Process Optimization and Condition Assessment Project.

Adoption of the neighborhood map developed by the Historic Preservation Commission


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice

Appointment of Opioid Regional Council representative


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report

Tax ballot language options


14. Adjournment


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  • 3:38 hours
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6 Jun 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

City Attorney Tamara Niles and outside legal consultant Hilary Graham will be present to discuss the proposed administrative revisions to the City Charter. Information and Direction Presentation: 5 mi...

Director of Parks, Recreation, Library, and Golf Christina Underhill and Events Supervisor Toni Arnoldy will be present to discuss the Fourth of July event and proposed changes to the event. Informati...

City Manager Shawn Lewis and David Flaherty with Magellan Strategies will be present to discuss the tax ballot survey results. Information & Direction Presentation: 15 minutes Discussion: 15 minut...

Finance Manager Kevin Engels, and Jim Hinkle from the City's financial auditing firm, Hinkle and Company Inc. will be present to discuss the 2021 Audited Annual Report and audit results. Information P...

Director of Public Works Maria D'Andrea will be present to discuss the Englewood Environmental Foundation Dissolution. Information Presentation: 15 minutes Discussion: 15 minutes


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of May 16, 2022.

Minutes of the Special City Council meeting of May 23, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Pollinator Appreciation Month Proclamation

Pride Month Proclamation

Juneteenth Proclamation


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Joseph Trujillo, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Kelly McCloskey, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding Homelessness.

Brenda Hubka, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding Solar Access Regulation.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 31 - Creation of the Arapahoe County Regional Council regarding opioid settlement


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 28 - Proposed rate increase for the Stormwater Utility Fund

CB 29 - Authorizing a loan agreement with the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority


c. Resolutions and Motions

Award of Contract to Silva Construction, Inc.

Purchase of Equipment for the Englewood Recreation Center Mechanical Equipment Upgrade


10. Public Hearing Items

Public Hearing for consideration of the State Paid Family Medical Leave Insurance program


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

Staff Recommends approval of contractual services in the amount of no more than $175,000 to conduct a comprehensive classification and compensation study and establish a new classification and compens...


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report

Update on New Sales & Use License Renewal Process & Penalties Staff: City Manager Shawn Lewis and Revenue and Tax Audit Supervisor Heather Driscoll


14. Adjournment


14. City Attorney’s Report

Appointment of Opioid Regional Council Representative


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  • 4:34 hours
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16 May 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

City Attorney Tamara Niles and Hillary Graham, outside legal consultant, will be present to discuss the proposed administrative revisions to the City Charter. Information and Direction Presentation: 1...

Assistant City Manager Tim Dodd will be present to discuss the National Citizen Survey. Direction Presentation: 15 minutes Discussion: 10 minutes


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of May 2, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Jess Gerardi, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding the Civic Center building.

Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Judith Marienthal, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding appreciation.

C.A. Dickerson, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Marcy Brown, an Englewood resident, will address Council.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 27 - Intergovernmental Agreement with Arapahoe County Concerning Open Space Shareback Funds


c. Resolutions and Motions

Contract for Services with BioVelocity

Contract for Services with Radiation Pros

Professional Services Agreement Amendment #1 with AEC-West


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 28 - Proposed rate increase for the Stormwater Utility Fund

CB 30 - Amending Ordinance 15 for the WIFIA loan agreement

CB 29 - Authorizing a loan agreement with the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

Resolution to purchase one Backhoe Loader from Wagner Equipment

Consider revisions to City Council policies, regarding public comment, proclamations.

Resolution designating City Attorney's Claims Settlement Authority


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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2 May 2022

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1 Study Session Topic

a) City Manager Shawn Lewis, Police Chief Sam Watson, and Director of Public Works Maria D'Andrea were present to discuss potential ballot questions related to taxation.

b) Director of Public Works Maria D'Andrea was present to discuss a review of draft recommendations & early action plan from the Santa Fe (US 85) Planning and Environmental Linkage Study.

c) Director of Public Works Maria D'Andrea was present to discuss the Organized Garbage & Recycling Collection Initiative.


2 Call to Order


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of April 18, 2022.

b) Minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of April 25, 2022.


6 Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

a) The Director of Parks, Recreation, and Library Underhill introduced the Library and Cultural Arts Manager Beth Lafferty.

b) Community Development Director Power introduced Planning Manager Bryan Isha.

c) Brad Power, Darren Hollingsworth, and Nancy Fenton were recognized for receiving the 2022 Governor's Award Winner - The Road to Recovery: The City of Englewood's Economic Recovery Response to COVID-19...

d) John Voboril introduced a non-profit transportation planning organization, Transportation Solutions Arapahoe County, that focuses on the needs of seniors, the disabled, and low-income residents.

e) Public Service Recognition Proclamation - presented by Assistant City Manager Tim Dodd.

f) Asian American and Pacific Islander Recognition Proclamation - presented by Mayor Othoniel.


7 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Jan Weipert, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding single trash hauler service.

b) Brenda Hubka, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to speak to Council regarding single trash hauler services but was not present.

c) Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding single trash hauler service.

d) Marcy Brown, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding single trash hauler service.

e) Chris Duis, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding single trash hauler service.

f) C. Ann Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding single trash hauler service.

g) Kim Wright, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding single trash hauler service.

h) Kevin Wright, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding single trash hauler service.

i) Danielle Carr, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the single hauler trash issue.


8 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a)

b) Council Member responded to Public Comment.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 04 – Authorize Agreements to relocate City Ditch at C-470 and US-85

ii) CB 22 - Amending Section 15-6-1 of Englewood Municipal Code regarding growing weeds

iii) CB 23 - Repealing Section 5-3D-7 regarding Medical Marijuana License Bond

iv) CB 24 - Intergovernmental Agreement amendment to increase funding for the US-285 & S. Broadway Interchange Project.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) 2022 Budget Supplemental Resolution #2

ii) Supplemental Agreement #2 of the 2020 Concrete Trip Hazard Mitigation with Precision Concrete


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 27 - Intergovernmental Agreement with Arapahoe County Concerning Open Space Shareback Funds


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Readi
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18 Apr 2022

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1. Study Session Topic

Director of Communications Chris Harguth and Neighborhood Resources Coordinator Madeline Hinkfuss will be present to review the 2022 Citizen of the Year nominations. Direction Presentation: 10 minutes...

Director of Human Resources Shawn Weiske and Deputy City Attorney Victoria McDermott will be present to discuss Colorado's Paid Family Medical Leave Insurance Act, including the budget implications of...


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of April 4, 2022.

Minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of April 11, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

2022 Graduation for Elevate Englewood Leadership Academy

Recognition of City Manager Shawn Lewis, recipient of the City Manager of the Year award from the Colorado City and County Manager Association.

Small Business Week Proclamation presented to David Carroll with the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce.


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Pamela Beets , an Englewood resident, will address Council.

C. A. Dickerson, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Vicki Hoffmann will address Council.

Judy Dunlop , an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Kevin Centola, an Englewood Resident, will address Council regarding the auto body shop located on the 500 block of West Cornell Ave.

Marcy Brown , an Englewood Resident, will address Council.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 22 - Amending Section 15-6-1 of Englewood Municipal Code regarding growing weeds

CB 24 - Intergovernmental Agreement amendment to increase
funding for the US-285 & S. Broadway Interchange Project.

CB 23 - Repealing Section 5-3D-7 regarding Medical Marijuana License Bond


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

CB 18 - Amending Englewood Municipal Code to provide for a Festival Permit

CB 21 - Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Sheridan for vehicle maintenance and repair

CB 25 - Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Englewood and the Colorado Energy Office to provide contract services for its Energy Contracting Program


c. Resolutions and Motions

Professional Services Agreement with Root Policy Research in the amount of $159,850

Acquisition of Property from Shields, LLC

Resolution appointing Council Member Wink as the alternate member to DRCOG

Council Member travel to the 2022 Colorado Municipal Leauge Conference

Acquisition of Property from 4390 South Windermere, LLC


10. Public Hearing Items

Public Hearing of Organized Garbage & Recycling Collection Initiative


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 26 - Amending Ordinance14, Series of 2022 for the Water Infrastructure and Financing Innovation Act loan agreement

CB 04 – Authorize Agreements to relocate City Ditch at C-470 and US-85


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

CB 16 - Annual agreement with Arapahoe County to receive the city's allocation of Community Development Block Grant Funds for the Energy Efficiency Englewood (E3) program. This agreement is for th...


c. Resolutions and Motions

Contract for Services with Backflow Solutions, Inc.


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournmen
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4 Apr 2022

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1. Study Session Topic


2. Call to Order


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of March 21, 2022.


6. Appointments, Communications, Proclamations, and Recognition

Arbor Day Proclamation - Presented by Park Supervisor Adrian Torres and will introduce the new Assistant City Forester Evan Anderson.

Earth Day Proclamation - Presented by Sustainability Coordinator Melissa Englund.


7. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Patty Meek, an Englewood resident, will address Council.

Kevin Wright, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding the single trash hauler issue.

Kim Wright, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding the single trash hauler issue.

Danielle Carr, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding the single trash hauler issue.

Brenda Hubka, an Englewood resident, will address Council regarding the single trash hauler issue.


8. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 16 - Agreement with Arapahoe County to receive Community Development Block Grant Funds

CB 21 - Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Sheridan for Vehicle Maintenance and Repair.


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c. Resolutions and Motions

Resolution for the Walk and Wheel Master Plan Update.


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

CB 18 - Authorize a Local Festival Permit


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

CB 17 - Ordinance for Planned Unit Development at 3600 South Galapago Street


c. Resolutions and Motions

Approval of Updates to the City of Englewood Strategic Plan

Purchase of Seven vehicles for the Police Department from Sill-TerHar Motors, Inc.

Purchase of One Pothole Patch Truck from Bergkamp Inc.

Award of Contract to Summers Construction, Inc. for 2022 Alley Grading and Stabilization.


12. General Discussion


a. Mayor's Choice

Discussion for a potential budget amendment for Police Services.


b. Council Members' Choice


13. City Manager’s Report


14. Adjournment


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2024
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4 Jan 2022

  • 14 participants
  • 1:13 hours
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come
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27 Jan 2020

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Short Term Rentals

a) Short Term Rental Ordinance


6 Adjournment

a) MOVED TO ADJOURN. The meeting adjourned at 7.56 p.m.


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revoked
notice
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27 Jan 2020

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Short Term Rentals

a) Short Term Rental Ordinance


6 Adjournment

a) MOVED TO ADJOURN. The meeting adjourned at 7.56 p.m.


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18 Mar 2019

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of March 4, 2019.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Suzanne Dircksen, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Friends of Englewood Parks.

b) Jason Sakry, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding food truck licensing.

c) Dagan Thomas, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding food truck licensing.

d) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Simon Center drinking water.

e) JJ Margiotta, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

f) C.A. Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Staff, Police and Code Enforcement.

g) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Mike Jones, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood Environmental Foundation.

b) Joe Anderson, and Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding City Financial Report. Mayor Pro Tem Russell Responded to Public Comment.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 7 - Equitable Sharing IGA [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Council Travel to Colorado Municipal League Conference [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

ii) Pirates Cove Food Vendor [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

iii) Annual Appointment of Independent Hearing Officers

iv) Vehicle Purchase: Police Department Detective, Special Operations & Fire Marshall Vehicles [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent
Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

v) Vehicle Purchase: Police Department Patrol Vehicles & Victim's Assistance Vehicle [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent
Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

vi) Vehicle Purchase: Police Department Code Enforcement Vehicles [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent
Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

vii) Vehicle Purchase: Police Department Detective Vehicles [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent
Agenda Motion and considered independently.]


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 9 - Procurement Policy Ordinance


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Romans Park Tennis and Playground Grant

ii) Approval of Change Order with Adolfson & Peterson for Police Headquarter Building Modifications

iii) Citizen of the Year Decision


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session for a conference with the City attorney for the purpose of receiving legal information and advice on specific legal matters pursuant to C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b), including revie...


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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19 Feb 2019

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of February 4, 2019.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Olivia Casa-Monday, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Friends of Englewood Parks.

b) Kate Truesdale, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Friends of Englewood Parks.

c) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the 1999 storm drainage infrastructure study.

d) Vicki Hoffmann addressed Council regarding drainage.

e) C. Ann Dickerson, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

f) JJ Margiotta, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Council.

g) Joe Anderson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding _________.

h) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Mike Jones, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding competency.

b) Chris Duis, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding trash and upkeep of homes.

c) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the metal detectors at the door and Council.

d) Tammy Williamson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding short term rentals.

e) Janice Brown, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding CASE.

f) Christine Brinker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding trash.

g) Colin Haggerty, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding alley paving.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 5 - Cherry Hills Village Wastewater Connector's Agreement


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

Jason Park Playground Replacement

i) Meadow Creek Flume Replacement and Telemetry Installation [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 6 - Standard Definitions


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) 2019 Fee and Rate Schedule Resolution

ii) Professional Services Agreement for Legal Services with Kaplan Kirsch Rockwell

iii) DDI Training Contract

iv) DRCOG/Arapahoe County 2020-2023 TIP Subregional Application - Authorization for Mayor to sign a letter of support, including financial contribution - Oxford Pedestrian Bridge

v) DRCOG/Arapahoe County 2020-2023 TIP Subregional Application - Authorization for Mayor to sign a letter of support, including financial contribution - US 285/Broadway Interchange Reconstruction

vi) DRCOG/Arapahoe County 2020-2023 TIP Subregional Application - Authorization for Mayor to sign a letter of support, including financial contribution - US 285 Congestion Mitigation and Operational Impro...

vii) Slate Communications Contract for Communications Support


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session for discussion of specialized details of security arrangements or investigations under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402 and for a conference with the City attorney for the purpose of receivin...

ii) Executive Session for a conference with the City Attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice to review active litigation and issues associated with active litigation under C.R.S. Section 24-6-4...


b) Council Members
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4 Feb 2019

Please note the City of Englewood experienced technical difficulties towards the end of this recording. Please refer to the official minutes of this meeting once they have been approved by council (Approved 2/19/2019) for more details on the end of this meeting.
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22 Jan 2019

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of January 7, 2019.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Community Relations Specialist Toni Arnoldy presented the City of Englewood a Certificate of participation in the Sock Challenge.

b) Kurt Hollberg addressed Council regarding City Code and the Alta Englewood Station PUD.

c) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Police Department.

d) C. Ann Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Council.

e) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Chris Duis, an Englewood resident, address Council regarding Code Enforcement.

b) JJ Margiotta, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Council.

c) Dustin Jones, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Alta Englewood.

d) Marcus Pachner addressed Council regarding Alta Englewood.

e) Vicki Hoffman addressed Council regarding Council and past employees.

f) Tammy Williamson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding enforcing zoning.

g) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Council.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Proclamation Declaring January 1-31, 2019 as Radon Action Month in Colorado.

b) Appointment of Planning and Zoning Commission Alternate Member to Regular Member

c) Appointment of Board of Adjustments Alternate Member to Regular Member

d) Resolutions appointing members to various boards, committees and commissions.

e) A Resolution appointing Tyler Hood as a member to the Alliance for Commerce for the City of Englewood.

f) A Resolution reappointing Randall Friesen as a member to the Board of Adjustment and Appeals for the City of Englewood.

g) A Resolution reappointing Andy Taylor as a member to the Board of Adjustment and Appeals for the City of Englewood.

h) A Resolution appointing Laura Bernero as a member to the Cultural Arts Commission for the City of Englewood.

i) A Resolution appointing Clarice Ambler as a member to the Cultural Arts Commission for the City of Englewood.

j) A Resolution appointing Mark Hessling as an alternate member to the Cultural Arts Commission for the City of Englewood.

k) A Resolution appointing Dustin Trevino as a youth member to the Cultural Arts Commission for the City of Englewood.

l) A Resolution appointing Debby Ward as a member to the Election Commission for the City of Englewood.

m) A Resolution appointing Jason O'Brien as a member to the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Englewood.

n) A Resolution appointing Charles Ferro as a member to the Keep Englewood Beautiful for the City of Englewood.

o) A Resolution appointing Annie Barrow as a member to the Keep Englewood Beautiful for the City of Englewood.

p) A Resolution reappointing Michael Chisholm as a member to the Keep Englewood Beautiful for the City of Englewood.

q) A Resolution reappointing Jennifer Heller as a member to the Keep Englewood Beautiful for the City of Englewood.

r) A Resolution reappointing Keely Sugden as a member to the Keep Englewood Beautiful for the City of Englewood.

s) A Resolution reappointing Joseph DeMoor as a member to the Malley Center Trust Fund for the City of Englewood.

t) A Resolution reappointing James Woodward as a memb
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7 Jan 2019

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of December 17, 2018.

b) Minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of December 18, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Keep Englewood Beautiful Committee was present to give out awards for the Holiday Lighting Contest. 1st Place - 5041 S. Elati, Ron & Melanie Kloewer 2nd Place - 4635 S. Knox, t he Walcott's - Mike...

b) Jessica Dory, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Friends of Englewood Parks.

c) C. Ann Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Ordinance.

d) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding Englewood Sanctuary City but was not present.

e) Mike Jones, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU's.

f) Sean Herbert, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU's.

g) Steven Muth, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU's.

h) Martin Frazier, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU's.

i) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

j) JJ Margiotta, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding City finances.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Lester Myers, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding apartments and Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

b) Robert J. Regan, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

c) Laura Jones, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

d) Gayle Ogden, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

e) Tim Brown addressed Council regarding retail marijuana sales tax.

f) Cynthia Searfoss, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

g) Vicki Hoffmann addressed Council regarding long term investments.

h) Sharon Coleman, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

i) Rick Wade, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

j) Ben Watson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.

k) Tammy Williamson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Unit's.


8 Consent Agenda Items


9 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 49 - Broadway/Mansfield Safe Routes To School IGA Amendment #1 with the Colorado Department of Transportation

ii) CB 53 - IGA with City of Littleton


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Renewal First Appearance Defense Counsel

ii) Purchase Pirates Cove Shade Umbrellas [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

iii) Englewood Employee Association Bargaining Agreement updates [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

iv) In-Kind Aid Approval [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

v) Designation of the Official Posting Place for Legal Notices


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i) CB 2 - Amended
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3 Dec 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of November 19, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Council recognized the following students for the Student Art Calendar:

b) Emily Gonzales, an Englewood resident and representative of Friends of Englewood Parks, addressed Council regarding the Englewood parks.

c) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council to speak against CB 48 to allow retail marijuana cultivation within the City of Englewood.

d) JJ Margiotta, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Council salary and homelessness in the City of Englewood.

e) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding decorum.

f) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Environmental Foundation (EEF).

g) Martin Frazier, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU'S.

h) Paul Skizinski, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding ADU's but was not present.

i) Steven Muth, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU'S.

j) Zach Muth, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding ADU'S but was not present.

k) Pamela Beets, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding growth in her neighborhood and marijuana.

l) Kurt Hollberg, and Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding Alta-Englewood Development but was not present.

m) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Jave Dean, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding emergency services.

b) Jeanelle Dean, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding emergency services.

c) Steve Yates, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding public comment.

d) Robert Regan, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding building in the City of Englewood.

e) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Environmental Foundation (EEF).

f) Cynthia Searfoss, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU's.

g) Becky Deal, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the flood.

h) Linda Hart , an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding her objection to retail marijuana grows, and to express gratitude to the Council.

i) Joe Anderson , an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Council decorum and to table the vote for ADU's.

j) Sean Herbert , an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU's.

k) Sara Harkness , an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding communication.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Proclamations Declaring December 15, 2018 as Bill of Rights Day in the City of Englewood.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 46 - Approve an IGA with Cherry Hills Village for Vehicle Maintenance and Repair [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

ii) CB 47 - Approve an IGA with the City of Sheridan for Vehicle Maintenance and Repair [Clerks Note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 40 - Storm Water Fee Increase

ii) CB 41 - Wastewater Rate Increase [Clerks Note: This
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5 Nov 2018

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1 0:18 - Call to Order


2 0:23 - Invocation


3 0:51 - Pledge of Allegiance


4 0:57 - Roll Call


5 1:21 - Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of October 15, 2018.

b) Minutes of the Special City Council Meeting of October 22, 2018.


6 3:01 - Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) JJ Margiotta, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood Environmental Foundation.

b) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ethics.

c) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood Environmental Foundation.

d) Martin Frasier addressed Council regarding Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU'S).

e) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the 2016 Englewood Comprehensive Plan.

f) Laura and Olivia, Englewood residents and representatives of Friends of Englewood Parks, addressed Council regarding Englewood parks.

g) Lisa Smith addressed Council regarding the Health and Awareness Events.

h) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to speak but was not present.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Mike Jones, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the budget.

b) Vicki Hoffmann, addressed Council regarding the City drains, flood survey and flood report.

c) Scot Marsh, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Veterans Day.

d) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Environmental Foundation.

e) Aaron Reid, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding signage removal.

f) Janice Brown, and Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding support for Mayor Olson. Council Responded to Public Comment.


8 1:32:32 - Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 1:32:32 - Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 38 - Storm Water Code Update Ordinance

ii) CB 39 - Waste Water Code Update (Sewer)


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Extend Expiration Date for Permit and Plan Review Fee Waivers

ii) Waiver of Permit and Plan Review Fees for Egress Windows [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

iii) Approve a Purchase Order to Wireless Advanced Communications (W.A.C.) for Englewood Police Department Head Quarters Building (EPD HQ).

iv) Award Contract to Security Central for Security System at the Englewood Police Department Head Quarters (EPD HQ). [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and consider...

v) Award Contract to Presidio Networked Solutions, LLC. for Surveillance Cameras at the Englewood Police Department Head Quarters (EPD HQ). [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Age...


10 2:13:13 - Public Hearing Items


11 2:13:13 - Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 37 - IGA Between the City of Englewood/Englewood McLellan Reservoir Foundation and Douglas County

ii) CB 36 - Arapahoe County Combined RMS IGA


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i) CB 29 - 2019 Budget Ordinance

ii) CB 30 - SPWRP 2019 Budget Ordinance

iii) CB 28 - 2019 Budget Appropriation Ordinance

iv) CB 31 - SPWRP 2019 Appropriation Ordinance

v) CB 27 - Establish the 2018 Mill Levy (Collected in 2019) Ordinance


c) 2:44:44 - Resolutions and Motions

i) 2019 Commun
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4 Sep 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of August 20, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Joe Anderson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the upcoming Neighborhood Rehab Project day of service.

b) Greg Hoffmann did not address Council.

c) Vicki Hoffmann addressed Council regarding life experiences and receiving help.

d) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

e) Sara Harkness, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding communication.

f) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public

a) Tammy Williams, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding changing zoning for apartments.

b) Dane Borman, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding City business.

c) Beth Borman, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Biogas.

d) Chris Duis, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the City of Englewood apartments and businesses.

e) Becky Deal, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the flood.

f) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding integrity.

g) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the flood.

h) James Margiotta, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the City Manager, City Council and City business.

i) Katie Scott, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding flood prevention Council Responded to Public Comment


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 25 - Municipal Court First Appearance Grant Program


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 22 - Bill for an Ordinance: Synergy Medical Canopy Encroachment

ii) CB 23 - Bill for Ordinance: Vacation of Right-of-way and Dedication of Transportation and Utility Easement

iii) CB 24 - Bill for an Ordinance - Jason Park Playground IGA


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Water Meter Order [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

ii) Award Contract to Foundation Fitness for Englewood Police Department Headquarters Fitness Room Equipment [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered indepe...


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Approve Change Order for Contract with Acuity

ii) Award Contract to A-1 Chipseal for 2018 Cape Seal and Slurry Seal Project


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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6 Aug 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of July 16, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Jason Sakry and Dagan Thomas, addressed Council regarding Farmhouse Tap.

b) Emily Gonzales, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Parks and Recreation.

c) James Jordan, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding Charter amendments but was not present.

d) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding sewer drainage infrastructure.

e) Rick Cronenberger, Board President of Integrated Family Community Services , addressed Council regarding the services they provide.

f) Allison Taggart, Program Director of Integrated Family Community Services, addressed Council regarding the services they provide.

g) Gerry Allan, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the flood.

h) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

i) Vicki Hoffman, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding flooding and long term city response.

j) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a historic perspective of flooding in Englewood.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Matthew Schultz, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding flooding.

b) Mike Minnick, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding flooding.

c) Aaron Reid, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding flood preparedness.

d) Maureen White, an Englewood resident, signed up to speak about the recall but decided to address Council regarding the flood.

e) Elaine Avants, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding chicken nuisance.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 18 - Romans Park Permanent Easement

ii) Ordinance for Temporary Waiver of Building Permit and Plan Review Fees


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 19 - Recall Election IGA with Arapahoe County


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Award Contract to Xybix for EPD HQ Dispatch Room Furniture


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 20 - Synergy Medical Planned Unit Development


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report

a) July 24th, 2018 Storm Response


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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4 Jun 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session


b) District 1 City Council Swearing In.

i) The Mayor Pro Tem asked the City Clerk to announce the status of the election. City Clerk Carlile said, based on the Official Election Results provided by Arapahoe County, The newly elected Council Me...

ii) City Council made a determination of the election and qualifications of its membership.

iii) The newly-elected District 1 City Council Member Othoniel Sierra was sworn in by the Honorable Associate Judge Vincent R Atencio.

iv) Reception Council recessed at 7:38 p.m. for a brief reception The meeting reconvened at 8:02 p.m.

v) Members of City Council were seated (in temporary spaces) and the Mayor Pro Tem asked the City Clerk to call the roll of City Council Members. Roll Call Council Present: Council Member Othoniel Sierra...

vi) The Mayor Pro Tem called for nominations for Mayor.

vii) The new Mayor assumed the Chair and called for nominations for Mayor Pro Tem.

viii) Permanent seating assignments were selected by seniority. The meeting recessed to reset voting panels and nameplates at 8:26 p.m. The meeting reconvened at 8:32 p.m. will all seven members present.

ix) Recognition of family and/or guests of the newly-elected Member of City Council.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but
was not present.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident addressed Council regarding improper Executive Session.

b) Nathan Hoag, an Englewood resident addressed Council regarding Change the Trend.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 16 - Arapahoe County Collaborative Transportation Forum Agreement


c) Resolutions and Motions


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 15 - IGA with Arapahoe for CDBG and HOME Program


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i) CB 12 - Retail Liquor Tasting Permit


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Retail Liquor Tasting Permit Fee


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session for discussion of determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, and/or instructing negotiators, under C.R.S. Se...


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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21 May 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of May 7, 2018


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Matt Millen, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ransomware attacks.

b) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

b) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

c) JJ Margiotto, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

d) Jill Schaffer, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

e) Vilan Shen, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Liquor Tasting Permits.

f) Paul Skiziwski, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding ADU's.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Men's Health Month


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Arapahoe County Collaborative Transportation Forum Agreement


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 13 - CDOT IGA for Dartmouth Bridge

ii) CB 14 - Denver Water - Englewood IGA [Clerks note: This agenda item was pulled from Consent Agenda and considered independently.]


c) Resolutions and Motions

2018 Purchase Order for LED Pedestrian Lights for the 3400 Block of South Broadway

Storage Area Network and Backup Solution

i) SPWRP Emergency Repairs Anaerobic Digester Complex

ii) Carpet Replacement Civic Center 3rd Fl. Finance Area & Malley Center Offices [Clerks note: This agenda item was pulled from Consent Agenda and considered independently.]

iii) Professional Services Agreement AEC-West

iv) SPWRP Stratum Consulting Partners for EAM

v) SPWRP Labworks Support Contract 2018

vi) SPWRP Mountain States Imaging

vii) SPWRP Upgrade and Replacement of Fire Alarm Panels and Detectors


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions

2018 Purchase Order for LED Pedestrian Lights for the 3300 and 3500 Blocks of South Broadway


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 12 - Retail Liquor Tasting Permit

ii) CB 15 - IGA with Arapahoe for CDBG and HOME Program


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Englewood Recreation Center Flat Roofs & Skylight Replacements

ii) Resolution for a year-end supplemental appropriation to the 2017 Budget


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Mayor Pro Tem Russell stated that she felt there was a portion of the Executive Session conducted on May 7, 2018 that occurred outside of the law. Discussion ensued.


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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7 May 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of April 16, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Toni Arnoldy, Englewood Police Community Relations Specialist, presented certificates to the 2018 Citizens Police Academy graduates. Carl Adams Melissa Adams Dolores J. Pol Aguilar Hedy Anselman Taylo...

b) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

c) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a response to the announced recall election.

d) Matt Millen, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

e) Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Military Memorial.

f) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 14 - Denver Water - Englewood IGA


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Allen Plant Alum Residuals Removal and Disposal

ii) Purchase Jacobsen AR-522 Mower for Golf Course [Clerks note: This agenda item was pulled from Consent Agenda and considered independently.]


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 13 - CDOT IGA for Dartmouth Bridge


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Award 2018 Concrete Ramp & Utility Program

ii) Resolution for 2018 Budget Supplemental Appropriation for the Concrete Utility Fund


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session for discussion of a personnel matter under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(2)(f) and for a conference with the City attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal quest...


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report

a) Council Travel to Colorado Municipal League Conference

b) SANS update was not discussed.


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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16 Apr 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Roll Call


3 Invocation


4 Pledge of Allegiance


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of April 2, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Cathy Schmidt addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

b) Owen Beaver, an Englewood resident, addressed Council about the late night speeding of cars.

c) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Ameresco.

d) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Ameresco.

e) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

f) LynnAnn Huizingh addressed Council regarding homelessness.

g) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

h) Joe Anderson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Mike Jones, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

b) JJ Margiotta addressed Council regarding homelessness.

c) Mike Lindgren addressed Council regarding homelessness.

d) Jim Woodward, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding District 3.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Arbor Day Proclamation


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Council Bill No. 10 - Revisions to Floodplain Regulations

ii) Council Bill NO. 11 - Colorado Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund - Memorandum of Agreement Amendment 5


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) LDC Plaza Reconstruction Conceptual Design Masterplan

ii) Esri Small Municipal and County Government Enterprise Agreement


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) WWTP Raw Sewage Pump Impellers Purchase

ii) Xcel Energy Renewable Connect Program


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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2 Apr 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of March 19, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Lacey Epperson addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

b) Chris Carr addressed Council regarding homelessness in Englewood.

c) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a forensic audit on EEF (Englewood Environmental Foundation).

d) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

e) Mike Lindgren, addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Harvey Wittmier addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

b) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

c) JJ Margiotto, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

d) Joe Anderson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

e) Scott Moore addressed Council regarding Police Reports and homelessness.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Resolution appointing Eric Broda to the Firefighters Pension Board.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 11 - Colorado Brownfields Revolving Loan Fund - Memorandum of Agreement Amendment 5


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CB 6 - IGA Amendment for Englewood Trolley Cost Sharing

ii) CB 9 - An Ordinance Amending Title 1, Chapter 5, Section 1-5-2-8 of the Englewood Municipal Code 2000, Adopting "Bob's Rules of Order" as the Rules of Procedure Governing Meetings of the City Council ...


c) Resolutions and Motions

Resolution for Budget Re-appropriation for the South Broadway Project

i) Purchase of Skid Loader Attachments


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CB 10 - Revisions to Floodplain Regulations


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Contract for Transit Shuttle Services

ii) Resolution in support of Jason Park Playground Grant


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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19 Mar 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes of the Regular City Council Meeting of March 5, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Lynn Ann Huizingh addressed Council regarding Change the Trend.

b) Geoff Frazier, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Environmental Foundation and Englewood Mclellan Reservoir Foundation report.

c) Lacey Epperson was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

d) Dave Cheadle, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

e) Donna Zimmerman addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

f) Kirt Zimmerman addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

g) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

h) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

i) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood Environment Foundation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Michael Reed, addressed Council regarding his protection rights.

b) Scott Moore, addressed Council regarding a nuisance property in the 3400 block of Broadway.

c) Colleen Moore, addressed Council regarding vagrant issues in the 3400 block of Broadway.

d) Kelllie Martinez, addressed Council regarding vagrant issues in the 3400 block of Broadway.

e) Daryl Shute, addressed Council regarding the Homelessness Foundation.

f) Peder Olsen, addressed Council regarding the homelessness issue.

g) Saif Khan, addressed Council regarding a fight on Broadway and homelessness.

h) Mike Lindgreen, addressed Council regarding homelessness.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Council Bill No. 6 - IGA Amendment for Englewood Trolley Cost Sharing


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Council Bill No. 8 - 2018 Special Election IGA with Arapahoe County


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) WWTP AmWest Service Contract for SCADA Support

ii) WWTP Golden Automation Support Contract Annual Renewal

iii) WWTP Golden Automation Factory Talk Software Upgrade


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Council Bill No. 9 - An Ordinance Amending Title 1, Chapter 5, Section 1-5-2-8 of the Englewood Municipal Code 2000, Adopting "Bob's Rules of Order" as the Rules of Procedure Governing Meetings of the...


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) WWTP Administration Building Remodel Projects

ii) Performance Audit of Englewood Environmental Foundation and the Englewood McLellan Reservoir Foundation


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Council discussed the consideration
of approving of a letter of endorsement for the Loretto Heights Community
Initiative.


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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5 Mar 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of February 20, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Nathan Hoag, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a Community Forum, Change the Trend Network.

b) Jerry Walker, and Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Code Enforcement and the Police Department.

c) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

d) Joe Anderson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Giving Heart and Council Member Barrentines response.

e) Dave Cheadle, an Englewood resident,addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

f) Peder Olsen addressed Council regarding homelessness.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Dean Stone, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Impact Team.

b) Randy Dunn, addressed Council regarding HAAT Force.

c) Reverend Houpt, addressed Council regarding HAAT Force.

d) Julie Mihevc, addressed Council regarding Homeless Services.

e) Tim Nichols, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Homeless Services.

f) Mike Lindgren, and Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.

g) Kimberly Cowger, an Englewood resident, address Council regarding Giving Heart.

h) Ryan Bramlett, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Giving Heart.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Council Bill No.8 - 2018 Special Election IGA with Arapahoe County


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) ServiCenter Front Gate Relocation and Security Upgrade

ii) Professional Services Agreement with CliftonLarsonAllen LLP for the Performance Audit of Englewood Environmental Foundation and the Englewood McLellan Reservoir Foundation.


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Board and Commission Appointment Discussion for the Fire Fighters Pension Board.


b) Council Members' Choice

i) Assistant City Manager Mark Woulf presented the proposed agenda for the March 7 and March 15 Community Workshops related to the Council Strategic Plan.


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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20 Feb 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council meeting of February 5, 2018.

b) Minutes from the Special Meeting of February 12, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Forward Comprehensive Plan.

b) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.

c) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Chiles Friedman an Enlgewood resident, addressed Council regarding Littleton Immigrant Resources Center (LIRC).

b) Joe Anderson an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding decision making.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Council Bill 4 - Special District Repealer Ordinance


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Council Bill 3 - South Metro Enterprise Zone – Administrative Grant # POGG1 EDAA 2018-629

ii) Council Bill 5 - Authorizing acceptance for Victims Assistance Grant (Clerks note:This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.)


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Application for VOCA Grant (Clerks note:This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.)

ii) Aid to Other Agencies Funding for Non Profit Organizations


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Prosci Change Management Training

ii) WWTP Website Redesign

iii) WWTP Facility Infrastructure Repairs 2018 Project

iv) WWTP Anaerobic Digester No. 2 (AD2) Roof Repair Project


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session for a conference with the City attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b).


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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5 Feb 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of January 16, 2018.

b) Minutes from the Special Meeting of January 24, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Marcia McGilley, Executive Director of the Aurora-South Metro Small Business Development Center provided an update on the partnership with the City of Englewood and presented Economic Development Mana...

b) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

c) Nathan Hoag, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding homelessness.

d) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council.

e) Joe Anderson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding civility.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Tim Nichols, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding scapegoating city leaders.

b) Tim Morgen addressed Council regarding the opening of BGood on 11 W. Hampden.

c) Jerry Walker, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Code Enforcement.

d) Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Veterans Memorial.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Council recognized newly appointed Boards and Commission members: ACE Nathan Hoag – Alliance for Commerce in Englewood – Regular Member Drevvis Ridley – Alliance for Commerce in Englewood – Regular Me...


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Council Bill No. 3 - South Metro Enterprise Zone – Administrative Grant # POGG1 EDAA 2018-629

ii) Council Bill No. 5 - authorizing acceptance for Victims Assistance Grant


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Purchase 2018 Chevrolet Equinox All-Wheel Drive

i. Retail Liquor Tasting Permit Fee

ii) Purchase Two 2018 Police Harley Davidson Motorcycles

iii) Purchase 2018 Ford F-150 Pickup Truck

iv) Purchase 2018 Ford Utility Interceptor

v) HP OEM Toner Contract (amends Office/Supplies Contract)


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) South Broadway Electrical Infrastructure Improvement Award

ii) Agreement with the Greenway Foundation

iii) Award Police Headquarters MaterialsTesting and Special Inspection Services


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) An Executive Session for a conference with the City attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b) was scheduled but not held due to...


b) Council Members' Choice

i) Council Travel to National League of Cities Conference

ii) City Council Fiscal Year 2018 Budget


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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16 Jan 2018

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of January 2, 2018.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Scott Brann, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Pearl St. PUD.

b) Kelley Rhodes, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Pearl St. PUD.

c) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding accountability.

d) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Geoff Frazier, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the appointment of a District 1 Council member.

b) Cindy Powers, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding potential rezoning on West Tufts.

c) Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Memorial and potential rezoning on West Tufts.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Appoint Associate Judge Vincent R Atencio

b) Appointment of Alliance for Commerce in Englewood Alternate Member to Regular Member

c) Appointment of Board of Adjustment and Appeals Alternate Member to Regular Member

d) Appointment of ETAC Alternate Member to Regular Member

e) Resolution appointing members to Boards, Commissions and Committees for the City of Englewood.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Independent Hearing Officers


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) 3333, 3323, 3317 South Pearl Street Planned Unit Development


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Dry Gulch Floodplain Resolution

ii) Office Supplies/Paper Contract

iii) Proposed 2018 Fee and Rate Changes


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) District 1 Candidate Selection


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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4 Dec 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of November 20, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Council recognized the following students for the Student Art Calendar: Xavier Webb, a
3 rd Grader at Charles Hay World School. “Senor Fox”
is featured on the cover of the calendar. Cris Woessner,
an ...

b) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding being present during Council Meetings.

c) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood's history and the Englewood Speedway.

d) Jim Jordan, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding censorship but was not present.

e) Brenda Hubka, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding roll off dumpsters and code enforcement.

f) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Charter rules, regulations and the definition of "present".

g) Carolyn Marshall addressed Council regarding ADU's.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Traffic Incident Response Week Proclamation.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Resolution of Support for Colorado Lottery Division


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Broken Tee Golf Course Restaurant Concessionaire Contract Renewal

ii) Englewood Employee Association Collective Bargaining Agreement Approval

iii) Resolution for 2017 Budget Re-appropriation for Security

iv) Proposed 2018 Fee and Rate Changes


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice

i) Holiday dinner discussion


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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20 Nov 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call

a) [Note: Council Member Amy Martinez will participate via telephone.]


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of November 6, 2017.


a) City Council Recognition and Swearing In.

i) Mayor Jefferson asked the City Clerk to announce the status of the election. Acting City Clerk Carlile said, based on the Unofficial Election Results provided by Arapahoe County, the newly elected Cou...

ii) City Council made a determination of the election and qualifications of its membership.

iii) There were comments and recognition of families and guests by the departing members of City Council.

iv) The newly-elected/re-elected City Council Members were sworn in by the Honorable Judge Christopher Boeckx.

v) Reception Council recessed at 7:50 p.m. for a brief reception. The meeting reconvened at 8:20 p.m.

vi) Members of City Council were seated (in temporary spaces) and Mayor Jefferson asked the City Clerk to call the roll of City Council Members.

vii) Mayor Jefferson called for nominations for Mayor.

viii) Mayor Jefferson assumed the Chair and called for nominations for Mayor Pro Tem.

ix) Permanent seating assignments were selected by seniority. The meeting recessed to reset voting panels and nameplates at 7:53 p.m. The meeting reconvened at 7:55 p.m. with all six members present (Coun...

x) The newly-elected/re-elected Members of City Council recognized their families and guest present.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding health and safety.

b) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding behavior and the rules.

c) Jim Woodward, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the recent election and upcoming decisions.

d) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the oath of City Council members to serve the citizens.

e) Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the history of the Gothic Theater.

f) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Beth Borman, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the process for Mayor selection.

b) Scott Gilbert, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood going forward.

c) Aaron Reid, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Mayor selection.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Resolution for 2017 Budget Supplemental Appropriation

ii) Allen Water Filtration Plant GAC Removal and Installation Services


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice

i) Discussion on District 1 vacancy.

ii) Board and Commission Liaison discussion.


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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6 Nov 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of October 16, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding health and safety.

b) Casey Adragna, addressed Council regarding the Planned Unit Development for 3333, 3323, 3317 South Pearl St.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Tony Slavec addressed Council regarding Broken Tee Golf Course.

b) Walt Iverson addressed Council regarding Broken Tee Golf Course.

c) John Brackney addressed Council regarding Metro Energy.

d) Gary Elm addressed Council regarding Broken Tee Golf Course.

e) Ida May Nicholl addressed Council regarding the Military Memorial.

f) Katherine Harris addressed Council regarding Airbnb Properties.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) There were no additional Ordinances on First Reading. (See agenda item 11(a) (i).)


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Council Bill 65 - Romans Park Permanent Easement

ii) Council Bill 67 - Amending the Code regarding the Local Licensing Authority for liquor and marijuana


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Document Management System Contract [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

ii) Rotolo Park Improvement Project [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]

iii) Belleview Park Maintenance Storage Building


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Council Bill 66 - 3333, 3323, 3317 South Pearl Street Planned Unit Development


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i) There were no additional Ordinances on Second Reading. (See agenda items 9 (b) (i) and 9 (b) (ii).)


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Award Police Headquarters Project Construction

ii) Motion to Issue an RFP for golf course management lease


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Discussion regarding Colorado Municipal League legislative updates.


b) Council Members' Choice

i) Council Member Amy Martinez requested that Council delay the selection of the Mayor until all members could be present. Discussion ensued.


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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18 Sep 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of September 5, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Integral report.

b) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

c) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Budget.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Scott Gilbert, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding FCPA filing deadlines.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Proclamation for Sammy Ward Day September 20, 2017.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) L/E WWTP Revised Cherry Hills Village Sanitation District Addendum to Connector's Agreement

ii) L/E WWTP Revised South Arapahoe Sanitation District Addendum to Connector's Agreement

iii) L/E WWTP Cherryvale Sanitation District Addendum to Connector's Agreement

iv) L/E WWTP Revised City of Sheridan Addendum to Connector's Agreement

v) L/E WWTP Revised Southgate Sanitation District Addendum to Connector's Agreement

vi) L/E WWTP Sheridan Sanitation District No. 1 Addendum to Connector's Agreement


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) CDBG IGA


c) Resolutions and Motions


10 Public Hearing Items

a) Proposed 2018 Budget Hearing


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) L/E WWTP Biosolids Farm Storage Pad Repair and Overlay Project


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice

i) Mayor/Manager meetings discussion.


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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  • 21 participants
  • 3:11 hours
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discussions
ordinance
commissioners
meet
approval
advised
englewood
adjourned
barrington
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5 Sep 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of August 21, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood history.

b) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a closer look.

c) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council but was not present.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Dale Harris, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding immigration.

b) Sarah Boland, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding short term rental properties and accessory housing.

c) David Gilbert, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a historical monument.

d) Andrea Manion, Chairman of ACE, gave Council an update regarding the committee and their concerns.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) American Payroll Association Proclamation for Payroll Week in Englewood, CO.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Police Department Uniform Agreement

ii) KEB Household Hazardous Waste Contract


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) CDBG IGA


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report

a) Oxford Station - Emergency 78" Storm Sewer Repair


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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  • 18 participants
  • 2:14 hours
councilmen
councilman
mayor
advisement
citizens
ordinance
sir
bringing
inglewood
conversations
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21 Aug 2017

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  • 21 participants
  • 2:15 hours
councilmember
councilman
councilor
council
citizens
commissioners
ordinances
countywide
district
governor
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7 Aug 2017

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  • 20 participants
  • 1:55 hours
councilmember
councilor
council
citizens
ordinance
approving
discussions
bringing
8th
adjourned
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17 Jul 2017

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  • 23 participants
  • 2:42 hours
councilmembers
nice
mugs
taking
wife
having
citizens
recommending
amen
ceremony
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3 Jul 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of June 19, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding communication.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Liz Weber, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a fence issue.

b) Rhonda Filetti, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a fence issue.

c) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Citizen concerns.

d) Christine McMahon addressed Council regarding West Adriatic Place.

e) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a citizen's fence issue.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) A Resolution appointing Cultural Arts Commission Alternate Rebecca Laurie-Betancourt to Regular Member.

b) Englewood Housing Authority Alternate to Regular Member Recommendation

c) A Resolution appointing Maria Alsubhi as a youth member of the Parks and Recreation Commission for the City of Englewood.

d) A Resolution appointing Hannah Braun as a member to the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Englewood.

e) A Resolution appointing Dylan Carpenter as a Youth Member to the Public Library Board for the City of Englewood.

f) A Resolution appointing Kaylie Carpenter as a youth member to the Cultural Arts Commission in Englewood Committee (CAC) for the City of Englewood.

g) A Resolution reappointing David Carroll to the Cultural Arts Commisssion In Englewood Committee (CAC) for the City of Englewood.

h) A Resolution appointing Matthew J. Crabtree as a member to the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Englewood.

i) A Resolution appointing CJ Cullinan as a member to the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Englewood.

j) A Resolution appointing Camille L. Cuypers to the Keep Englewood Beautiful Commission for the City of Englewood.

k) A Resolution appointing Coween A. Dickerson as a member to the Code Enforcement Advisory Committee for the City of Englewood.

l) A Resolution appointing Suzanne I. Dirckson as a member of the Budget Advisory Committee for the City of Englewood.

m) A Resolution appointing Melinda Elswick as a member to the Historic Preservation Commission for the City of Englewood.

n) A Resolution reappointing Amy Gallegos to the Alliance for Commerce in Englewood Committee (ACE) for the City of Englewood.

o) A Resolution appointing Jennifer Heinrich as an alternate member to the Englewood Housing Authority for the City of Englewood.

p) A Resolution appointing Nathan D. Hoag as an alternate member to the Alliance for Commerce in Englewood Committee (ACE) for the City of Englewood.

q) A Resolution appointing Maryah Hoeft as a youth member of the Parks and Recreation Commission for the City of Englewood.

r) A Resolution appointing Brianna M. Johnson to the Keep Englewood Beautiful Commission for the City of Englewood.

s) A Resolution appointing Julia Kiewit as a member of the Budget Advisory Committee for the City of Englewood.

t) A Resolution appointing Jeremy Lambert to the Alliance for Commerce in Englewood Committee (ACE) for the City of Englewood.

u) A Resolution reappointing Richard Langdon to the Alliance for Commerce in Englewood Committee (ACE) for the City of Englewood.

v) A Resolution appointing Cassandra S. Letkomiller as a member to the Histor
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  • 19 participants
  • 3:21 hours
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englewood
comments
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19 Jun 2017

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  • 23 participants
  • 3:26 hours
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councilmember
elected
council
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comments
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5 Jun 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of May 15, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Ida May Nicholl, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Englewood History.

b) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding charter/use tax and communications.

c) Jim Jordan, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a call for a special election regarding the Englewood Depot.

d) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, thanked Council for the Citizen of the Year party.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Theresa Grill with the Alzheimer's Association addressed Council regarding the services they provide.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Grant of City Ditch Easement at 3650 South Broadway


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Professional Services Agreement for Economic Development Materials with Slate Communications.


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Iron Works Village Metropolitan District IGA


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session regarding Security Implementation - a conference with City Staff for the purpose of discussing specialized details of security arrangements or investigations pursuant to C.R.S. Secti...


b) Council Members' Choice

i) School District Use Tax discussion.


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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  • 18 participants
  • 3:03 hours
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council
approving
citizens
comments
committee
amendment
attending
proclamations
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15 May 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of May 1, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Tom Parson addressed Council regarding the Englewood Depot.

b) Sofia Montoya, an Englewood High School student, was scheduled to update Council regarding her FBLA Nationals trip but was unable to attend.

c) Lisa Speagle, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding lack of upkeep for businesses.

d) Joe Anderson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Giving Heart and homeless issues.

e) Art Emison addressed Council regarding W. Adriatic Place.

f) Cathy Woody, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a Citywide immigration policy.

g) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

h) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding initiatives and ordinances.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Peter Bergman addressed Council regarding the Englewood Depot.

b) Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Englewood Depot.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Amendment to 7-3-3(A)(ii)(c) Distancing Requirement and the addition of §7-3-3(A)(ii)(d) exempting those with currently established residences from the application of §7-3-3.

ii) Sign Code Amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC).


c) Resolutions and Motions


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) L/E WWTP Centrifuge Variable Frequency Drive Replacement - Award of Design-Build Project

ii) Resolution for a year-end supplemental appropriation to the 2016 Budget


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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  • 23 participants
  • 3:10 hours
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council
ordinances
citizens
town
facility
committee
inglewood
thanking
revisiting
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1 May 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of April 17, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Chief Collins and Community Relations Specialist Toni Arnoldy recognized the Englewood Police Citizens Academy Class 12 Graduates: - Amanda Arnce - Robert Carver - Christie Cotter - Matt Fiveson - Car...

b) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

c) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding communications.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Rhonda Filetti, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a fence permit and the City Code.

b) Liz Weber, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding a fence permit and the City Code.

c) Ida May Nicholl, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the Veterans Memorial.

d) Dahna Clarke, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding undocumented residents.

e) Richard Hess, an Englewood business owner, addressed Council regarding the increasing homeless issues affecting the City.

f) Dave Cheadle, an Englewood business owner, addressed Council regarding his non-profit organization to help the homeless in the City.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Historic Preservation Commission Ordinance

ii) Budget Advisory Committee Term Extension

iii) M.O.U. State of Colorado and City of Englewood D.T.R.S. updates


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Council Travel to CML


10 Public Hearing Items

a) Sign Code Amendments to the Unified Development Code (UDC) Public Hearing.


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Grant of City Ditch Easement at 3650 South Broadway


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i) General Obligation Bond for Englewood Police Headquarters Building


c) Resolutions and Motions


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session - A conference with the City Attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions and proceedings pursuant to C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b).


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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  • 28 participants
  • 3:09 hours
councilmembers
citizens
come
approving
welcoming
proceedings
ministers
officers
considerate
honor
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17 Apr 2017

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  • 35 participants
  • 3:60 hours
councilmembers
councilor
approving
citizens
presiding
comments
consultations
invited
convene
goers
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3 Apr 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of March 20, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding communications.

b) Joel Barr, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding the Boys and Girls Club but was not present.

c) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Historic Preservation.

d) Art Emison addressed Council regarding his property.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Don Krakowski, an Englewood property owner, addressed Council regarding paving alleys.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments

a) Proclamation declaring Doug Cohn as 2017 Citizen of the Year.


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) South Metro Enterprise Zone – Administrative Grant P.O. #POGG1 2017-634

ii) IGA with Douglas County to obtain sex offender tracking software SOTAR

iii) Bow Mar Water and Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

iv) Cherry Hills Heights Water and Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

v) Cherry Hills Village Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

vi) Columbine Water and Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

vii) Country Homes Metropolitan District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

viii) City of Sheridan Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

ix) South Arapahoe Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

x) Southgate Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

xi) Valley Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

xii) South Englewood Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

xiii) City of Cherry Hills Village Sanitation District Addendum to Wastewater Connector's Agreement

xiv) Amended Wastewater Transmission Agreement for County Line Landfill

xv) Memorandum of Understanding between State of Colorado and City of Englewood


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Motorola Service Agreement

ii) Allen Plant Alum Residuals Removal and Disposal.


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i) Fire Lane Access Easement at 2100 West Littleton Boulevard

ii) Amendments to Municipal Code, City of Englewood Title 12, Chapter 2

Grant of City Ditch Easement at 3650 South Broadway


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) EMRF Broker Listing Agreement


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) City Manager Compensation


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report

a) City Manager Keck reviewed upcoming Agenda Items with Council.


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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  • 19 participants
  • 2:28 hours
councilmember
council
prayers
citizens
condolences
thank
mercy
regard
lord
clay
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20 Mar 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of March 6, 2017.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

b) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding communications.

c) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, had a question for Council.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Partners in Energy - Memorandum of Understanding [Clerks note: This agenda item was removed from the Consent Agenda Motion and considered independently.]


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) A Resolution for Appointing Hearing Officers

ii) A Motion Appointing a Hearing Officer


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) L/E WWTP Digester 2 Roof Dome Engineering Design Services

ii) L/E WWTP Geographical Information System (GIS) 2017 Operations and Maintenance Services Agreement


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice

i) Executive Session regarding Security Implementation - a conference with City Staff for the purpose of discussing specialized details of security arrangements or investigations pursuant to C.R.S. Secti...


b) Council Members' Choice


13 City Manager’s Report

a) Agenda Review This Agenda Item was discussed in Study Session.


14 City Attorney’s Report

a) Gesin v City of Englewood memo.


15 Adjournment


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  • 15 participants
  • 2:49 hours
church
councilmember
council
citizens
town
ordinances
building
visiting
discussions
adjourn
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6 Feb 2017

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  • 41 participants
  • 3:16 hours
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councilmember
councilor
council
councilwoman
citizens
presiding
speaks
townhall
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3 Jan 2017

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1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of December 19, 2016.


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Kathleen Bailey, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the RESRAD analysis.

b) Coween Dickerson, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding communications.

c) Robert Ellstrom, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding excuses.

d) Elaine Hults, an Englewood resident, was scheduled to address Council regarding general concerns, but was not present.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Susan Walker addressed Council regarding Title 7.

b) Doug Cohn, an Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i) Council Bill 50 - a Bill for an Ordinance to approve an Intergovernmental Agreement amending the previous agreement (Council Bill No. 5, Ordinance No. 7, series of 2016), which amended funding for the...

ii) Council Bill 52 – a Bill for an Ordinance to approve the Correction of the Sewer Easement for the Rite-Aid building. Staff: Utilities Director Tom Brennan


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Staff recommends Council approve a Resolution designating the bulletin board on the north side of the second floor of Englewood Civic Center as the Official Posting Place for all Legal Notices of the ...

ii) The Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant (L/E WWTP) Supervisory Committee recommends Council approve, by Motion, a contract for a Biogas Use Application Feasibility Study at the L/E WWTP. St...


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a) Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b) Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c) Resolutions and Motions

i) Staff recommends Council approve, by Motion, the Advanced Utility Systems CIS Infinity Upgrade in the amount of $95,375.00. Staff: Utilities Director Tom Brennan

ii) Staff recommends Council approve a Resolution to declare its intent to reimbursement spending of GOB bond proceeds prior to actual selling of the bonds. Staff: Finance and Administrative Services Dire...

iii) Staff recommends Council approve, by Motion, a contract with Slate Communications for $73,450, for marketing and communications professional services. Staff: Communications Manager Alison Carney

iv) The Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant (L/E WWTP) Supervisory Committee recommends Council approve, by Motion, a contract for a Biogas Use Application Feasibility Study at the L/E WWTP. St...


12 General Discussion


a) Mayor's Choice


b) Council Members' Choice

i) A resolution approving 2017 funding for local non-profits.


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


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19 Dec 2016

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21 Nov 2016

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3 Oct 2016

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1 Aug 2016

Agenda HTML: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/7442
Agenda PDF: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/7440?handle=7F72FA97731F4DA2B0560BEE312BD7B2
Minutes HTML: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/9448
Minutes PDF: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/8179?handle=1E2F2F2E50734F599B82784F90FCE8A3


1. Call to Order


2. Invocation


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a. Minutes from the Regular City Council Meeting of July 18, 2016.


6. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a. Doug Cohn, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding historic preservation.

b. Marty Fuchs, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the City of Englewood and iBake.

c. Kathleen Bailey, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Allen water plant residuals.

d. Perry Sawrey, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the business climate in Englewood.

e. Harvey Pratt, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Long Term Asset Reserve issue brief.


7. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment

a) Robert Ellstrom, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Ordinance 34 enforcement pertaining to sexual predators.

b) Brian Brockhausen, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Ordinance 34.

c) Sean Baker, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding The City of Englewood Water Plant residuals.

d) Belinda Porter, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the City of Englewood Water Plant.

e) Norma Wier, Englewood resident, addressed Council with a suggestion for the new police department facility and encouraged Council to work closely with the Historical Society when planning for the futu...

f) Joyce Slaughter, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the City of Englewood Water Plant sludge.

g) Sierra Lynn Riddle, Colorado Springs resident, addressed Council regarding iBake Englewood.

h) Pat Hutsen, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the City of Englewood Water Plant.

i) Arjay Rhoads, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding Ordinance 34.

j) Ida May Nicholl, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding illegal home grows of marijuana.

k) Coween Dickerson, Englewood resident, addressed Council regarding the City of Englewood police force and iBake Englewood.


8. Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

i. Council Bill 28 - Finance and Administrative Services staff recommends Council approve, by a bill for an ordinance, an intergovernmental agreement with Arapahoe County for the November 8, 2016, coordi...


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

i. Council Bill 25 - Authorizing the Chief of Police to sign a contract with the State of Colorado that will authorize the City of Englewood to act as the Fiscal Agent on behalf of the Peace Officer Stan...

ii. Council Bill 26 - Approving five-year farming lease agreements for: Progressive Farms, Craig Farms General Partnership, Clint A. Burnet, Kent Beichle, Gary and Nancy Meier and Jason Meier. Staff: WWTP...


c. Resolutions and Motions


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading

i. Council Bill 27 - Submitting to a vote of the registered electors of the City of Englewood at the next municipal election November 8, 2016, a ballot question to raise taxes on the sale of retail marij...


c. Resolutions and Motions

i. Finance and Administrative Services staff recommends Council approve a resolution approving a new Agreement for Investment Advisory services to include Investment and reinvestment of the City’s assets...

ii. Finance and Administrative Services st
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6 Jun 2016

Agenda HTML: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/5905
Agenda PDF: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/5903?handle=670A9679CF12423AA7F483B52A64EC67


1 Call to Order


2 Invocation


3 Pledge of Allegiance


4 Roll Call


5 Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session

a) Item


6 Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

a) Christine McGroarty, Chair of the Budget Advisory Committee, will address Council regarding keeping current BAC members on the Committee.

b) Henny Lasley of SmartColorado.org will be present to address Council regarding recreational marijuana.

c) Kathleen Bailey, Englewood resident, will address Council regarding recreational marijuana.

d) Elaine Hults, Englewood resident, will address Council regarding recreational marijuana.

e) Doug Cohn, Englewood resident, will address Council regarding historic preservation.

f) Patricia Ross, Englewood resident, will address Council regarding regulatory issues on marijuana.


7 Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


8 Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9 Consent Agenda Items


91. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


92. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.


93. Resolutions and Motions


10 Public Hearing Items


11 Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


111. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading

111.1. Council Bill 21 - Staff recommends Council approve a bill for an ordinance making changes to the Englewood Municipal Code banning marijuana consumption clubs. Staff: Acting City Attorney Dugan Comer

111.2. Council Bill 22 - The City Manager’s Office recommends Council approve a bill for an ordinance amending Title 6, Chapter 2, Section 5, Sub Section E of the Englewood Municipal Code, to reflect that no...


112. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


113. Resolutions and Motions

113.1. The Parks, Recreation and Library Department recommends Council approve, by motion, the South Broadway medians landscaping project to Grandview Landscape-Irrigation Corporation for $74,347. Staff: Ope...

113.2. The Utilities staff recommended approval, by motion, of the proposal for the Allen Water Filtration Plant Residuals removal and disposal to Secure On-Site Services USA, LLC in the amount of $230,550.0...


12 General Discussion


121. Council Members' Choice


122. Mayor's Choice

122.1. Call for a Special Meeting for the purpose of entering into Executive Session with Strategic Government Resources to discuss candidates for the City Attorney position on Tuesday, June 14, at 6:00 p.m.

122.2. Colorado Priorities’ Proposals.

122.3. Colorado State Ballot Issues.


13 City Manager’s Report


14 City Attorney’s Report


15 Adjournment


Agenda HTML: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/5905
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  • 29 participants
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16 May 2016

Agenda HTML: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/5541
Agenda PDF: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/5539?handle=1BA3596DA7884A8CA1A7680928AB5A46


1. Call to Order


2. Invocation


3. Pledge of Allegiance


4. Roll Call


5. Consideration of Minutes of Previous Session




6. Recognition of Scheduled Public Comment

Doug Cohn, Englewood resident, will be present to address Council regarding historic preservation.

Patricia Ross, Englewood resident, will be present to address Council regarding public health issues with recreational marijuana.

Elaine Hults, Englewood resident, will be present to address Council regarding marijuana.


7. Recognition of Unscheduled Public Comment


8. Communications, Proclamations, and Appointments


9. Consent Agenda Items


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading.

Council Bill 19 - Public Works staff recommends Council approve a bill for an ordinance approving an IGA with CDOT for the Senate Bill 8 Traffic Signal Maintenance. Staff: Traffic Engineer Ladd Vostry

Council Bill 20 - Public Works staff recommends Council approve a bill for an ordinance to enter into an agreement with Cherry Hills Village for $104,157.90 for the City of Englewood’s share (half of ...

Council Bill 18 - Public Works staff recommends Council approve a bill for an ordinance accepting the dedication of land for right-of-way along S. University Blvd. and accepting an easement for sidewa...


c. Resolutions and Motions

Community Development staff recommends that Council approve the attached resolution vacating the Protective Covenant at 333 W. Hampden Avenue that currently encumbers the west 31 feet of the property ...


10. Public Hearing Items


11. Ordinances, Resolutions and Motions


a. Approval of Ordinances on First Reading


b. Approval of Ordinances on Second Reading


c. Resolutions and Motions

Public Works staff recommends Council approve a motion to award a construction contract for $288,600 with W.O. Danielson Construction Company for the ServiCenter PreWash and Wash Facility Project. Sta...


12. General Discussion


a. Council Members' Choice


b. Mayor's Choice

Call for a Special Meeting for the purpose of entering into Executive Session with Strategic Government Resources to discuss candidates for the City Attorney position on Tuesday, May 24, at 6:00 p.m.


13. City Manager’s Report


14. City Attorney’s Report


15. Adjournment


Agenda HTML: https://englewoodgov.civicweb.net/filepro/documents/5541
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