G. Third reading and consideration of a motion to adopt and order published by title only, Ordinance 8252 amending title 9, Land Use Code, B.R.C. 1981, by amending the building height regulations and requirements for certain areas of the city and extending the expiration clause of the height standards in ordinance 8028 until May 31, 2020 and setting forth related details H. Second reading and consideration of a motion to adopt Ordinance 8263 authorizing the City Manager to execute two permanent (multi-use) easement vacations related to the REVE project at 3000 Pearl I. Second reading and consideration of a motion to adopt Ordinance 8259, 8260, 8261 or 8262 making amendments to the code provisions affected by the firearms ordinance adopted by council on May 15, 2018 and setting forth related details
N. Ordinances 8272, 8273 and 8274 related to the work of the Campaign Finance and Elections Working Group: 1. Introduction, first reading, and consideration of a motion to order published by title only Ordinance 8272 submitting to the registered electors of the City of Boulder at the municipal coordinated election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, the question of amending City Charter Sections 29, 38A, 38B, 39, 40, 44, 48 54 and 56 regarding the city s initiative, referendum and recall processes; setting forth the ballot title; specifying the form of the ballot and other election procedures; and setting forth related details. 2. Introduction, first reading, and consideration of a motion to order published by title only Ordinance 8273 submitting to the registered electors of the City of Boulder at the municipal coordinated election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, the question of amending Section 39 of the Boulder City Charter to require the city clerk to compare signatures on a petition to signatures on file in the statewide elections database; setting forth the ballot title; specifying the form of the ballot and other election procedures; and setting forth related details. 3. Introduction, first reading, and consideration of a motion to order published by title only Ordinance 8274 submitting to the registered electors of the City of Boulder at the municipal coordinated election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, the question of amending Section 38 of the Boulder City Charter to allow for electronic petitions and the use of electronic signing of initiative petitions online; setting forth the ballot title; specifying the form of the ballot and other election procedures; and setting forth related details
B. Consideration of the following items related to the redevelopment of the property located at 311 Mapleton, 2505 and 2525 4th Street: 1.) Introduction, first reading and consideration of a motion to order published by title only, Ordinance 8275 rezoning those areas of the property from Residential Low 1 (RL-1) to Public (P), consistent with the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan Land Use of Public (case no. LUR2017-00028); 2.) Site Review for a proposed Congregate Care Facility (Academy at Mapleton Hill) that includes 93 independent living residential units and 12 memory care units, along with a 42-bed subacute rehabilitation facility with a warm water therapy pool open to the public (case no. LUR2016-00065); and 3.) Use Review for the Congregate Care Use and Parking as a Principal Use in the P zoning district (case no. LUR2017-00027)
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only two alternative ordinances amending Title 9, Land Use Code : Ordinance 8250 would remove the July 19, 2018 expiration date clause of the height standards in Ordinance 8172 and Ordinance 8252 would extend the July 19, 2018 expiration date to September 30, 2019; and setting forth related details. A minor code clarification to the height standards is also included in both ordinances N. Third Reading and consideration of a motion to adopt Ordinance 8245 adding additional firearm regulations to the Boulder Revised Code COUNCIL MEMBER WEAVER MOVED TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS 3A-3M WITH THE AMENDMENTS MADE TO 3L (ADDING THE FIGURES FOR THE BOND ITEM). COUNCIL MEMBER MORZEL SECONDED THE MOTION. THE MOTION PASSED 9:0 AT 8:12 P.M. WITH COUNCIL MEMBER CARLISLE RECUSED FROM 3K. City Council Meeting Page 14 of 1314
Development Review Manager Charles Ferro and Planner II Sloane Walbert introduced this item to council at 8:24 p.m. Deputy Director of Housing Kurt Firnhaber answered questions. Applicant, Gary Byrd and Architect, Bill Holicky spoke to council. The public hearing opened at 9:16 p.m. and with no speakers, the public hearing was closed at 9:16 p.m. B. Items Relating to Oil and Gas: 1. Introduction, first reading and consideration of a motion to order, published by title only, and adopt by emergency Ordinance 8254 imposing a moratorium on the acceptance and processing of applications for drilling permits on City of Boulder open space properties and for any city permits or use review of new mining industry uses involving oil and gas extraction; extending the existing moratorium until November 7, 2018 to allow for a public vote; or in the alternative 2. Introduction, first reading and consideration of a motion to order, published by title only, and adopt by emergency Ordinance 8253 imposing a moratorium on the acceptance and processing of applications for drilling permits on City of Boulder open space properties and for any city permits or use review of new mining industry uses involving oil and gas extraction; extending the existing moratorium until June 3, 2020 to allow for time for the city to develop land use regulations and rules and regulations governing city-owned properties outside of the city City Attorney Tom Carr introduced this item to council at 9:33 p.m. Property Agent Bethany Collins answered questions for council. The public hearing opened at 10:01 p.m. and the following spoke regarding the oil and gas ordinances:
The public hearing closed at 10:27 p.m. MAYOR JONES MOVED TO APPROVE EMERGENCY ORDINANCE 8253 IMPOSING A MORATORIUM ON THE ACCEPTANCE AND PROCESSING OF APPLICATIONS FOR DRILLING PERMITS ON CITY OF BOULDER OPEN SPACE PROPERTIES AND FOR ANY CITY PERMITS OR USE REVIEW OF NEW MINING INDUSTRY USES INVOLVING OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION; EXTENDING THE EXISTING MORATORIUM UNTIL JUNE 3, 2020 TO ALLOW FOR TIME FOR THE CITY TO DEVELOP LAND USE REGULATIONS AND RULES AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING CITY-OWNED PROPERTIES OUTSIDE OF THE CITY AND ASKED THAT STAFF BRING BACK A RESOLUTION SUPPORTING THE COLORADO RISING CAMPAIGN AT A LATER MEETING. COUNCIL MEMBER MORZEL SECONDED THE MOTION. THE MOTION PASSED 9:0 AT 10:38 P.M. C. Second reading and consideration of a motion to adopt Ordinance 8248 regarding first adjustment to base for the City of Boulder 2018 budget Budget Officer Kady Doelling introduced this item to council at 10:39 p.m. The public hearing opened at 10:45 p.m. and with no speakers, the public hearing closed at 10:45 p.m. COUNCIL MEMBER WEAVER MOVED TO ADOPT ORDINANCE 8248 REGARDING FIRST ADJUSTMENT TO BASE FOR THE CITY OF BOULDER 2018 BUDGET. COUNCIL MEMBER NAGLE SECONDED THE MOTION. THE MOTION PASSED 9:0 AT 10:47 P.M.
The public hearing was opened at 10:55 p.m. and with no speakers, the public hearing was closed at 10:55 p.m. MAYOR JONES MOVED TO APPROVE THE ABOVE BOARD AND COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS. COUNCIL MEMBER BROCKETT SECONDED THE MOTION. THE MOTION PASSED 9:0 AT 10:55 P.M.
Attachment A - General Release Agreement Item 3-C - Karng Settlement City Council Meeting Page 23 of 1314 COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENTS AND IMPACTS Economic: Not applicable. Environmental: Not applicable. Social: The resolution of disputes is generally of social benefit and the resolution of this dispute will free up city attorney time to work on other projects. OTHER IMPACTS Fiscal-Budgetary: Payment for the proposed settlement will be made from the city s Property and Casualty Fund which was established and funded for the purpose of paying claims and settling cases. This settlement is within the city s anticipated loss planning parameters.
attorneys, employees, agents, servants, and insurers from all liability resulting from or related to the incident. 3. The acceptance of the above-mentioned sum is in full accord and satisfaction of a disputed claim. Payment of that sum is not an admission of liability on the part of the City of Boulder or of any other persons or parties released by this Agreement.
will likely encourage some increased purchase or usage of electric vehicles. Social Providing free electric vehicle charging stations is one method to make electric vehicles more accessible to community members with low to middle incomes. OTHER IMPACTS Fiscal None.
that he would not charge for use of the charging stations or for parking. The site is located less than one block from a JUMP bus stop, providing access to downtown while vehicles are charging. Mr. Palmer is not requesting financial incentives from the city. Instead, he
4. Building Permit Requirement. The Permitee shall obtain all required permits for the construction of the Encroachment, including without limitation a building permit. The Permitee shall be responsible for obtaining all required inspections by the City.
6. Removal at the end of the Term. Permitee shall remove, at its expense, the Encroachment, obstruction, or structure within thirty (30) days after receiving notice of any revocation of said Permit, except in the case of an emergency, when the encroachment shall be removed immediately.
Attachment A - Proposed right-of-way permit Item 3D - Avalon Ballroom right-of-way permit City Council Meeting Page 32 of 1314 days, or in the case of an emergency, the City is hereby authorized to remove same. Permitee agrees to reimburse the City for the cost of said removal. If Permittee fails to pay any monies due under this Agreement or fails to perform any affirmative obligation hereunder, the Permittee agrees that the City may collect the monies due in the manner provided for in Section 2-2-12, B.R.C. 1981, as amended, as if the said monies were due and owing pursuant to a duly adopted ordinance of the City or the City may perform the obligation on behalf of the Permittee and collect its costs in the manner herein provided. The Permittee agrees to waive any rights he or she may have under Section 31-20-105, C.R.S., based on the City s lack of an enabling ordinance authorizing collection of this specific debt. 8. Assignment. Prior to the any assignment of the this Permit the Permitee will request the prior approval of the city manager. The purpose of the city manager s approval will be to ensure that the requirements of this permit continue to be in compliance with this permit.
This policy shall be written on a primary basis, non-contributory with any other insurance coverages and/or self-insurance carried by the City. This policy shall be maintained in full force and effect for the duration of the Permit. Permitee or Permitee's insurance broker shall notify the City of any cancellation or reduction in coverage or limits of any insurance policy within 7 (seven) days of receipt of insurers' notification to that effect. Permitee shall forthwith obtain and submit proof Attachment A - Proposed right-of-way permit Item 3D - Avalon Ballroom right-of-way permit City Council Meeting Page 33 of 1314 of substitute insurance in the event of expiration or cancellation of coverage and shall provide the City with an updated Certificate of Insurance annually.
(SEAL) _____________________________ _____________________________ Notary Public APPROVAL: ______________________________________________ Jane S. Brautigam City Manager Attachment A - Proposed right-of-way permit Item 3D - Avalon Ballroom right-of-way permit City Council Meeting Page 35 of 1314 Legal Description A part of the Southeast l/4 of the Southeast of Section 27, Township l North, Range 70 West of the 6th P.M., described as follows:
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