​City Council​

City Council Meeting – May 14, 2019 

1487TH REGULAR MEETING OF THE
CITY COUNCIL
COUNCIL CHAMBERS
7:00 p.m.

  1. CALL TO ORDER
  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  3. MOMENT OF SILENCE
  4. ROLL CALL OF COUNCIL
  5. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
  6. PRESENTATIONS
    1. A resolution authorizing the distribution of the 2019 Thornton Assistance Funds to nonprofit organizations that help Thornton residents meet their basic needs and enhance their ability to be self-sufficient.
    2. A resolution commending the 2019 Thornton Assistance Funds Committee for their services.
  7. AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION
  8. COUNCIL COMMENTS/COMMUNICATIONS
  9. STAFF REPORTS
    None
  10. CONSENT CALENDAR
    1. Approval of Minutes – April 16, 2019 Special and April 23, 2019 Regular City Council Meetings.
    2. Monthly Financial Report for March 2019.
    3. An ordinance vacating the Claude Court Right-of-Way, north of 124th Avenue/Eastlake Avenue, for a distance of approximately 321 feet. (First Reading)
    4. A resolution appointing a member to the Building Code Advisory Board.
    5. A resolution declaring a parcel of land at 81st Avenue and Steele Street as surplus property and authorizing its disposition.
    6. A resolution approving temporary and perpetual easements to NWC Development, LLC on Thornton’s Farms 25, 79, and 92-3.
    7. A resolution approving temporary and perpetual easements to Cheyenne Connector Pipeline, Inc. on Thornton’s Farms 11, 16, 40-5, 60-19, 79, and 96E.
    8. A resolution authorizing a Non-Exclusive Right-of-Way Use Agreement between the City and Adams 12 Five Star Schools.
    9. A resolution approving a Restated Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and Adams 12 Five Star Schools for improvements to Skyview Elementary School’s playground equipment within Northaven Park.
  11. PUBLIC HEARINGS
    None
  12. ACTION ITEMS
    1. An ordinance amending Section 9.7 of Ordinance 3502 revising and prescribing special and additional solid waste or recyclable material collection requests for the operation and maintenance of the sewer and solid waste systems for the City. (First Reading)
    2. An ordinance amending Chapter 58 of the Thornton City Code pertaining to solid waste and recyclable collection provided by the City to its residents. (First Reading)
    3. A resolution declaring the oil and gas mineral rights owned by the City of Thornton in Adams County as surplus property and authorizing their disposition.
    4. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and Stargate Charter School for a joint School Resource Officer Program.
  13. ADJOURNMENT

 

Agenda prepared by Kristen N. Rosenbaum, City Clerk
for Kevin S. Woods, City Manager

Agenda & items subject to change