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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.

March 7, 2017

AGENDA 5:30 PM LIQUOR AUTHORITY MEETING

LAFAYETTE PUBLIC LIBRARY – 775 West Baseline I.

PUBLIC HEARING

Resolution No. 2017-15 / Granting a New Retail Liquor License / Atlas Liquor LLC dba Atlas Valley Purveyors / 2770 Arapahoe Rd., #100, Lafayette, CO 80026 (Noticed after 5:30 pm in Colorado Hometown Weekly February 22, 2017)

CITY COUNCIL MEETING

LAFAYETTE PUBLIC LIBRARY – 775 West Baseline II.

OPENING OF REGULARLY SCHEDULED MEETING Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Roll Call

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EXECUTIVE SESSION – According to C.R.S. 24-6-402(4)(b), to confer with a City attorney for the purposes of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions pertaining to North Highway 287

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PUBLIC INPUT (AFTER 6:30 PM)

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REGULAR BUSINESS Ordinance A. First Reading / Ordinance No. 02, Series 2017 / Enacting the Climate Bill of Rights and Protections (Tabled on January 17, 2017)

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CONSENT AGENDA B. Minutes of Regular Council Meeting of February 21, 2017 C. Second Reading Ordinance No. 10, Series 2017 / Enacting Chapter 33 of the Municipal Code Regarding Cable Television Customer Service Standards D. Second Reading / Ordinance No. 04, Series 2017/ Amending Chapter 26 Development and Zoning of the Municipal Code Pertaining to the Public Land Dedication (PLD) Requirement E. Second Reading / Ordinance No. 05, Series 2017 / Rezoning of Indian Peaks Filing No. 2 F. Second Reading Ordinance No. 06, Series 2017 / Vacation of Emergency and Pedestrian Access Easement/ Indian Peaks Filing No. 2 G. Second Reading / Ordinance No. 07, Series 2017 / Vacation of a Portion of the Spring Creek Crossing Right-of-Way platted with the Spring Creek Filing No. 2 Subdivision. H. Second Reading / Ordinance No. 08, Series 2017 / 9880 Baseline Road Annexation I. Second Reading / Ordinance No. 09, Series 2017 / Rezoning of 9880 Baseline Road from Boulder County Agriculture to City of Lafayette DR (Developing Resource) J. Resolution 2017-16 / Authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement with Boulder County / Youth Corp K. Contract / Great Outdoors Colorado Inspire Initiative - Nature Kids Programming and Pathways / Thorne Nature Experience L. Contract / Maintenance of Highway 287 and Cemeteries / Lawn Care Plus, Inc. M. Contract / South Public Road Drainage Improvements / Western States Reclamation, Inc. N. 2017 Open Space and Trails Recommendation to Boulder County O. Development Agreement / City of Lafayette and Feed & Grain LLC / Lafayette Elevator Site P. Purchase Orders and Amendments

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COUNCIL APPOINTMENT Q. Energy Sustainability Advisory Committee

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STAFF REPORTS R. City Attorney’s Report S. City Administrator’s Report 1. Ren