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Mayor-Council

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DEPARTMENTAL MATTERS IN THE REGULAR COURSE OF BUSINESS:

Mayor's Office Barry Burch Jr. Approves the Mayoral appointment of Nicole Riehl to the Denver Welfare Reform Board for a term effective immediately and expiring 6-1-22. 18-0535 * Resolution Approves the Mayoral appointment of LaTonya Lacy to the Cableland Home Foundation Board of Directors for a term effective immediately. 18-0568 * Resolution Children's Affairs Al Martinez Appropriates 7,350,918.40 of the Federal Head Start grant to operate the Denver Great Kids Head Start program through the Office of Children s Affairs to provide services to 1,153 children in the established service area (MOEAI201736898). 18-0528 * Bill Approves a 1,223,789 contract with Catholic Charities and Community Services of the Archdiocese of Denver through 6-30-19 to provide direct Head Start services to 195 children (MOEAI 201840633-00). 18-0529 * Resolution Approves a 1,261,445 contract with Clayton Early Learning full through 6-30-19 to provide direct Head Start services to 201 children (MOEAI 201840634-00). 18-0530 * Resolution Approves a 1,752,809 contract with School District No. 1 through 06-30-19 to provide direct Head Start services to 302 children (MOEAI 201840635). 18-0531 * Bill Approves a 1,763,511 contract with Mile High Montessori Early Learning Center through 06-30-19 to provide direct Head Start services to 302 children (MOEAI 201840638). 18-0532 * Resolution Mayor-Council Meeting Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Page 2 Approves a 502,069 contract with Volunteers of America through 06-30-19 to provide direct Head Start services to 269 children (MOEAI 201840640). 18-0533 * Resolution

Tagged Passions:contract, education, services, appointments, poverty, family services, volunteer, preschool, program, business, and grant

Community Planning and Development Andrew Lindley

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Tagged Passions:development, planning, and Development

Approves an official map amendment to rezone property located at approximately 9701 East 56th Avenue from M-RH-3 and OS-B to M-RX-5 in Council District 8.

18-0424 Bill County Court Terrie Langham
Tagged Passions:council, property, legal, court, and zoning

Adds 1,667,736 and three years to a contract with Background Information Services, Inc. for a new total amount of 2,459,300 through 4-7-21 to conduct name searches related to public Denver County Court data through a Web Service developed by the Court (201627011-02).

18-0523 * Resolution Denver International Airport Angela Casias Approves a three-year 10 million on-call contract with AECOM Technical Services, Inc., for design, project management, technical documentation and system support services for electronics, information technology and telecommunication systems projects at Denver International Airport (201736128-00). 18-0539 Resolution Approves a three-year 5 million on-call contract with The JW Group, Inc., for design, project management, technical documentation and system support services for electronics, information technology and telecommunication systems projects at Denver International Airport (201839581-00). 18-0540 Resolution Department of Public Health and Environment Terra Haseman Swazer Jeffrey Thomas

Tagged Passions:health, contract, legal, services, Telecommunications, Technology, information technology, telecommunications, technology, Information Technology, environment, airport, court, and Conservation

Adds 59,333 to a contract with Colorado Health Network (Denver Colorado AIDS Project and Howard Dental Center)

18-0524 * Resolution Mayor-Council Meeting Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Page 3

Tagged Passions:health and contract

for a new total of 2,339,345 to include dental supplies for direct oral health services along with other medical case management provided to individuals living with HIV/AIDS (201734734-02).

Approves a one-year 942,548 grant agreement with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to support core public health services including the reduction of child deaths due to unintentional injury, violence, motor vehicle incidents, child abuse, and neglect (201841958). 18-0565 * Resolution Finance Andrew Johnston, Tracy Huggins Lisa Lumley Sets a public hearing before City Council on 7-9-18 to approve the Service Plan for the Boulevard One Metropolitan District located near 1st Avenue and Quebec Street in Council District 5. 18-0534 * Resolution Adds a 250,000 Land and Water Conservation Fund grant award to the lease agreement with Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK) towards the completion of improvements for ELK outdoor programs and services and general public use for the parcel located at 12680 Albrook Drive in Council District 8 (201418361-02). 18-0557 * Resolution Approves a five-year 48,000 contract with Dazbog Denver Bldg LLC to install and operate a coffee concession kiosk at the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building at 201 West Colfax Avenue in Council District 9 (FINAN-201840933-00). 18-0559 * Resolution
Tagged Passions:utility, health, council, property, contract, leasing, hearing, streets, services, Utility, child abuse, environment, finance, water, program, grant, and Conservation

Adds 313,182.72 and five years to a lease agreement with Qwest Corporation (Centurylink) for a new total amount of 758,698.80 through 7-31-22 for placement of City communication antenna equipment at 5325 Zuni Street in Adams County (FINAN-CE76008-02).

18-0560 * Resolution Approves the 101 Broadway Urban Redevelopment Plan authorizing the creation of an Urban Redevelopment Area and tax increment areas to support the redevelopment of 18-0563 Bill Mayor-Council Meeting Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Page 4

Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, taxes, Taxes, Telecommunications, telecommunications, and equipment

an underutilized and blighted site situated at the northwest corner of 1st Avenue and Broadway in Council District 7.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council and blight

Approves a cooperation agreement the Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA) for the 101 Broadway Urban Redevelopment Area to establish the parameters for tax increment financing with incremental sales and property taxes in Council District 7.

18-0564 Bill Public Works Sarah Stanek Vacates the alley bounded by Cedar Avenue, South Birch Street, and Leetsdale Drive with a partial special reservation in Council District 5. 18-0394 Bill Dedicates land as public right-of-way as Arkins Court at the intersection of Arkins Court and 31st Street in Council District 9. 18-0525 * Resolution Dedicates land as public right-of-way as 33rd Street and Festival Street near the intersection of 31st Street and Brighton Boulevard in Council District 9. 18-0526 * Resolution Dedicates land as public alley at the alley bounded by West 19th Avenue, North Hooker Street, West 20th Avenue, and North Irving Street in Council District 1. 18-0536 * Resolution Dedicates land as public alley at the alley bounded by West Colfax Avenue, North Utica Street, West 16th Avenue, and North Tennyson Street in Council District 1. 18-0537 * Resolution Relinquishes three separate easements held respectively in Ordinance No. 27 of Series 1951, Ordinance No. 183 of Series 1977, and Ordinance No. 418 of Series 1966 located at 390 Grant Street in Council District 7. 18-0566 * Bill Relinquishes the reservations established in the vacating Ordinance No. 339, Series of 2008 with Recordation Number 2008092309 located at 26th Avenue and Alcott Street in Council District 1. 18-0567 * Bill Safety Laura Wachter Jeannie Springer Mayor-Council Meeting Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Page 5 Authorizes the City to submit an application to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to raise the monthly Enhanced 911 (E-911) surcharge by .50 for a new total of 1.20 per telephone, citywide. 18-0352 Resolution Technology Services Myron Kissinger Amends a lease agreement with Verizon Wireless to allow Verizon to install an additional Distributed Antenna System network inside the Denver Police Department Administration buildings at 1331 Cherokee Street and 1371 Cherokee Street to provide in-building enhancement for Verizon Wireless devices with no change to agreement amount or duration (TECHS - 201314329-01). 18-0527 * Resolution Approves a no-cost lease agreement for nine years with Verizon Wireless to allow Verizon to install a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) network inside the Denver Human Services Castro Building at 1200 Federal Boulevard to provide in-building enhancement for Verizon Wireless devices (TECHS - 201733294-00). 18-0569 * Resolution

Tagged Passions:public works, utility, boards and commissions, property, leasing, streets, taxes, legal, Taxes, public safety, services, ordinance, Tony Taylor Custom, Utility, Cell tower, Public Works, wireless, Telecommunications, Technology, distributed antenna system, Wireless, TIF, cell tower, telecommunications, Enhanced 911, technology, festival, Distributed antenna system, sale, court, easement, property tax, 911, and grant

II.
MATTERS FOR COUNCIL DISCUSSION:

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Tagged Passions:council

III.
MATTERS FOR COUNCIL INFORMATION:

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Tagged Passions:council

IV.
EXECUTIVE SESSIONS:

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