Statement of Vision Lafayette’s panoramic view of the Rocky Mountains inspires our view into the future. We value our heritage, our unique neighborhoods, a vibrant economy and active lifestyles. We envision a future that mixes small-town livability with balanced growth and superior city services.
Statement of Values We foresee a strong economy that is diverse and sustainable, attracts innovators, encourages a balance of big and small businesses, and meets the community’s needs. We intend to shape the future through strengthening our voice on environmental stewardship and social issues, taking an active role in sustainability and strategic planning development, and facilitating leadership development and fresh thinking. We strive to be a connected community that encourages cooperative relationships and inclusivity, expects accessibility and communication, nurtures resiliency, appreciates multi-culturalism, and humanizes physical and social interactions within the City. We support placemaking endeavors that stimulate historic preservation and the arts, encourage open space stewardship and networking of neighborhoods, and promote comprehensive planning and livability.
February 7, 2017
AGENDA 6:00 PM CITY COUNCIL MEETING I.
OPENING OF REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call
ADJOURN TO EXECUTIVE SESSION – According to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(e) for determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations; developing strategy for negotiations; and instructing negotiators pertaining to a property /Lafayette Urban Renewal Project on Public Road
RETURN TO REGULAR SESSION
LIQUOR AUTHORITY – PUBLIC HEARING A. Resolution No. 2017-08 / Granting a New Tavern License / Proper Grounds Coffee Roasters dba Proper at 400 W. South Boulder Rd. #1100, Lafayette, CO 80026 (Noticed after 5:30 pm in Colorado Hometown Weekly January 25, 2017)
LEGISLATIVE UPDATE (6:30 PM) B. Colorado State Senator Matt Jones and House Representative Mike Foote
PUBLIC HEARING – C. 811 Baseline Apartments Subdivision 1. First Reading / Ordinance No. 03, Series 2017 / Rezoning 811-813 Baseline Road from R2 (Single and Two-Family Residential) to R4/PUD (High Density Residential/Planned Unit Development) Zone District – Noticed after 6:30 p.m. in the Colorado Hometown Weekly January 25, 2017 2. Final Plan/PUD 3. Resolution No. 2017-09 / Growth Management Permit Allocation 4. Site Plan & Architectural Review
PUBLIC INPUT (AFTER 6:30 PM)
CONSENT AGENDA D. Minutes of Regular Council Meeting of January 17, 2017 E. Resolution No. 2017-10 / Intergovernmental Agreement with the City of Louisville / Cost Sharing of Quiet Zone Project Design Services F. Resolution No. 2017-11 / Authorizing Intergovernmental Agreement for use of SOTAR Software System / Douglas County G. Contract / Consultant Grant Writer / Ruth Barreto H. Contract / Channel 8 – High Definition Broadcast Upgrade / Burst, Inc. I. Addendum to Contract / Bio-solids Hauling / VERIS Environmental J. Agreement / Baseline Road Utility Crossing / Burlington Northern – Santa Fe K. 2017 Budget Amendments / Utilities L. Purchase Orders and Amendments
COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS M. Senior Advisory Board N. Human Rights Commission
STAFF REPORTS O. City Attorney’s Report P. City Administrator’s Report 1. First Reading / Ordinance No. 43, Series 2016 / Designating Structures at 200 W. Baseline Road as a Local Historic Landmark Tabled from December 6, 2016 (To be continued to March 7, 2017)
STAFF REPORT To: From: Date: Subject:
Gary Klaphake, City Administrator Susan Koster, City Clerk Susan Barker, Deputy City Clerk January 26, 2017 Public Hearing / Resolution