Mayor Jan Kulmann

  Voting Record 




October 24, 2023 Council and Special TDA Meetings

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution declaring October 2023 as Italian Heritage Month in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
B. A resolution declaring October 2023 as Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
C. A resolution declaring October 2023 as Dwarfism Awareness Month and October 25, 2023 as Dwarfism Awareness Day in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
10. Concent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the October 3, 2023 Special and October 10, 2023 Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Section 2-81 of the City Code regarding compensation for members of boards, committees, commissions, and authorities. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. An ordinance adopting the sixth amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. A resolution designating a plan for the purposes of the Municipal Annexation Act regarding land in Adams and Weld Counties.YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving the 2024 Operating Plan and Budget for the RII-DII Business Improvement District. YESPASSED
F. A resolution appointing the firm of RSM US LLP for the performance of the annual audit of the City’s financial statements for the year ending December 31, 2023, and authorizing the City Manager to enter into a service agreement with the firm of RSM US LLP for the 2023 audit and up to four subsequent years.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving the amended Adoption Agreements with Nationwide Financial Services, Inc. for the Police, Fire, City Attorney, City Manager, Presiding Municipal Judge, and General Employees Money Purchase Plans. YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving an interfund loan from the Governmental Capital Fund to the Stormwater and Surface Water Management Enterprise Fund.YESPASSED
I. A resolution amending Attachment 1 to Resolution C.D. No. 2020-169 for Parks, Recreation and Community Programs fees and charges for the City, effective January 1, 2024.YESPASSED
J. A resolution approving the bylaws for the Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution adopting a Complete Streets / Healthy Streets policy.YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED
TDA - AgendaYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of Minutes - September 26, 2023YESPASSED
TDA - 5A. A resolution authorizing and approving a Deed of Perpetual Non-Exclusive Emergency Access Easement and Temporary Construction Easement to Adams 12 Five Star Schools.YESPASSED
TDA - AdjournmentYESPASSED


October 10, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as amendedYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the September 26, 2023 Special and Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for August 2023.YESPASSED
C. An ordinance making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado, for the fiscal year 2024 for all operating funds and making appropriations for all capital improvement projects for the City of Thornton, Colorado, for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2024 and ending December 31, 2024, and continuing for each project until that project is completed or cancelled, and regulating the payment of money out of the City treasury. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. An ordinance providing for the tax levy upon all taxable property in the City for municipal purposes. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. An ordinance amending Section 2-81 of the City Code regarding compensation for members of boards, committees, commissions, and authorities. (First Reading)YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Thornton and the State of Colorado Department of Labor and Employment for the verification of financial information for indigent persons who request Court appointed counsel or payment plans.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement among the cities of Brighton, Commerce City, Northglenn, Thornton, Federal Heights, Westminster, and the Adams County Sheriff’s Office for the provision of Municipal Court Video Services.YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving restated bylaws for the Businesses of Thornton Advisory Commission, Firefighters’ Old Hire Pension Board, Parks and Open Space Advisory Commission, and Thornton Active Adult Board, and new bylaws for the Election Commission and Thornton Assistance Fund Committee. YESPASSED
J. A resolution canceling the November 28, 2023 Regular City Council meeting and changing the time for the December 5, 2023 City Council meeting to 6:00 p.m.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution authorizing the City Manager or designee to file the required commitment to increase affordable housing with the Department of Local Affairs as required to access funding pursuant to Proposition 123.YESPASSED
B. A resolution approving the bylaws for the Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment.REMOVED
REMOVED
C. An ordinance adopting the sixth amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled. (First Reading)YESPASSED
D. A resolution declaring October 10, 2023 as World Mental Health Day in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
E. A resolution adopting the 2024 City Council Meeting Schedule for the City and changing the dates for certain regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving membership in the Thornton Area Chamber of Commerce. YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


September 26, 2023 Council, TASHCO, TDA, GID, E911 Meetings

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as amendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution declaring October 8 through October 14, 2023 as National Fire Prevention Week.YESPASSED
B. A resolution declaring October 9, 2023 as Indigenous Peoples' Day in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
C. A resolution declaring October 2023 as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
8. Council Comments/Communications:  
Motion that we put a ballot question on the ballot in 2024 that all Council vacancies shall always be filled by a vote of the people.NOFAILED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the September 12, 2023 Special and Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance enacting a Pilot Program regarding the use of Trap-Neuter-Return for community cats with the City. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. An ordinance designating the Adams County Health Department as the City Health Department pursuant to the City Charter and amending the City Code to update or remove obsolete provisions referencing the dissolved Tri-County Health Department and, where appropriate, replace such references with the Adams County Health Department. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. An ordinance approving the annexation of approximately 6.59 acres of property situated in the northwest quarter of Section 25, Township 2 South, Range 68 West of the sixth Principal Meridian, County of Adams, State of Colorado, located at the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street and assigning the annexed property to Ward 2 (86th and Steele - BSM Business Park Annexation). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. An ordinance concerning a Zoning Amendment, with an associated Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards, for approximately 6.59 acres of land located at the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street (86th and Steele - BSM Business Park Annexation). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
F. An ordinance enacting Section 18-155 of the Thornton City Code regarding the Regulation of Non-Residential Water Use. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving Temporary Construction Easement and Permanent Easement to East Larimer County Water District and North Weld County Water District on Thornton’s Farm 56.YESPASSED
H. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and School District 27J for a joint School Resource Officer Program.YESPASSED
I. A resolution approving an event sponsorship funding request from Rocky Mountain Partnership.YESPASSED
J. A resolution approving an event sponsorship funding request from Revital Colorado.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning a Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Conceptual Site Plan for an industrial development of land located at the southwest corner of East 160th Avenue and Washington Street (160th and Washington – Crossroads 25). [Public Hearing]  
1. A resolution approving a Comprehensive Plan Amendment for approximately 28 acres of land located at the southwest corner of East 160th Avenue and Washington Street and amending the future land use map (160th and Washington – Crossroads 25). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
2. A resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan for an industrial development on approximately 82 acres of land located at the southwest corner of East 160th Avenue and Washington Street (160th and Washington – Crossroads 25). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
B. A public hearing concerning a resolution adopting a Pay Plan for Career Service employees of the City for the calendar year 2024. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
C. A public hearing concerning the 2024 City of Thornton Budget. [Public Hearing]  
1. A resolution adopting a budget for the City of Thornton, Colorado, for the period beginning January 1, 2024 and ending December 31, 2024. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
2. A resolution adopting a Pay Plan for Excluded employees of the City, for the calendar year 2024. [Related Action Item]YESPASSED
3. An ordinance making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado, for the fiscal year 2024 for all operating funds and making appropriations for all capital improvement projects for the City of Thornton, Colorado, for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 2024 and ending December 31, 2024, and continuing for each project until that project is completed or cancelled, and regulating the payment of money out of the City treasury. [Related Action Item]YESPASSED
4. An ordinance providing for the tax levy upon all taxable property in the City for municipal purposes. [Related Action Item]YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED
TASHCO - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
TASHCO - Approval of Minutes - March 14, 2023YESPASSED
TASHCO - 5A. A resolution adopting a budget for the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council, Inc. beginning January 1, 2024 and ending December 31, 2024.YESPASSED
TASHCO - AdjournmentYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of Minutes - August 15, 2023YESPASSED
TDA - 5A. A resolution adopting a budget for the Thornton Development Authority beginning January 1, 2024 and ending December 31, 2024, and appropriating the funds for expenditure in 2024.YESPASSED
TDA - 5B. A resolution approving an Infrastructure Reimbursement Agreement between the Thornton Development Authority and Denver North Logistics Development, LLC for the Mustang Run Drainage Improvements within the North Thornton Development Authority Area. YESPASSED
TDA - AdjournmentYESPASSED
GID - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
GID - Approval of Minutes - October 25, 2022YESPASSED
GID - 8A. A resolution adopting a budget for the City of Thornton 136th Avenue General Improvement District beginning January 1, 2024, and ending December 31, 2024, and appropriating the funds for expenditure in 2024. YESPASSED
GID - 8B. A resolution providing for the tax levy upon all taxable property in the 136th Avenue General Improvement District of the City of Thornton, Colorado, for the purpose of financing interchange construction. YESPASSED
GID - AdjournmentYESPASSED
E911 - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED


September 12, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as amendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing the Thornton Police Department Explorer Post 2128 for outstanding performance at the 2023 Law Enforcement Explorer Post Advisors Association of Colorado Conference.YESPASSED
B. A resolution declaring September 15 through October 15, 2023, as Hispanic Heritage Month in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
C. A resolution declaring the week of September 10 – 16, 2023 as National Suicide Prevention Week and the month of September as National Suicide Prevention Month in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
D. A resolution declaring the week of September 17 through September 23, 2023, as Constitution Week in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
8. Council Comments/Communications:  
Motion to implement prevailing wages ordinance by the end of the year. NOFAILED
Motion to have a discussion about prevailing wages at next week's Planning Session.YESPASSED
Motion to amend the motion to have a discussion about best value contracting to include the discussion be scheduled for the October 3 Planning SessionYESPASSED
Amended motion to have a discussion about best value contracting at the October 3 Planning SessionYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the August 22, 2023 Special and Regular and the August 29, 2023 Special City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for July 2023.YESPASSED
C. An ordinance enacting a Pilot Program regarding the use of Trap-Neuter-Return for community cats within the City. (First Reading)YESPASSED
D. An ordinance designating the Adams County Health Department as the City Health Department pursuant to the City Charter and amending the City Code to update or remove obsolete provisions referencing the dissolved Tri-County Health Department and, where appropriate, replace such references with the Adams County Health Department. (First Reading)YESPASSED
E. A resolution designating a Member and Alternate to represent the City at the Denver Regional Council of Governments Southwest Weld County Transportation Forum.  
F. A resolution declaring 9160 Huron Street, and the adjacent lot, 770 West Thornton Parkway, as surplus property and authorizing disposition.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving event sponsorship funding requests from Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County and Kids First Health Care. YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Cooperative Purchasing Agreement among the League of Oregon Cities, the City of Thornton, and other members of National Purchasing Partners. YESPASSED
I. A resolution approving an event sponsorship funding request from Almost Home Inc. YESPASSED
J. A resolution appointing a member to the Businesses of Thornton Advisory Commission.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning the Annexation, Findings of Fact, Comprehensive Plan Amendment, Zoning, and a Conceptual Site Plan for land located at the northwest corner of East 86th and Steele Street (86th and Steele – BSM Business Park Annexation). [Public Hearing] YESPASSED
1. An ordinance approving the annexation of approximately 6.59 acres of property situated in the northwest quarter of Section 25, Township 2 South, Range 68 West of the sixth Principal Meridian, County of Adams, State of Colorado, located at the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street and assigning the annexed property to Ward 2 (86th and Steele - BSM Business Park Annexation). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
2. A resolution adopting certain Findings of Fact for the annexation of certain unincorporated territory of approximately 6.59 acres of property situated in the northwest quarter of Section 25, Township 2 South, Range 68 West of the sixth Principal Meridian, County of Adams, State of Colorado, generally located at the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street and assigning the annexed property to Ward 2 (86th and Steele - BSM Business Park Annexation). [Related Action Item]YESPASSED
3. A resolution approving a Comprehensive Plan Amendment for approximately 7.18 acres of land located at the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street and amending the future land use map (86th and Steele - BSM Business Park Annexation). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
4. An ordinance concerning a Zoning Amendment, with an associated Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards, for approximately 6.59 acres of land located at the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street (86th and Steele - BSM Business Park Annexation). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
5. A resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan for an industrial development on land located at the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street (86th and Steele - BSM Business Park Annexation). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
B. A public hearing concerning an ordinance enacting Section 18-155 of the Thornton City Code regarding the Regulation of Non-Residential Water Use. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance approving a Zoning Amendment, including an Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards, to allow for the development of a shelter for displaced youth on approximately seven acres of land located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Lipan Street and West 88th Avenue (Community Reach Center). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


August 22, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing members of the 2023 Thornton Dance Program for winning multiple awards at the Bravo National Dance Competition.YESPASSED
B. A resolution presenting the Commendable Service Award recognizing Northglenn Police Officer Paul Gesi; Thornton Police Officers Martynas Ramazauskas, Chris Brown, and Eric Mergens; Denver Firefighters James Esten and Brandon Phelan; Thornton Firefighters Andrew Brendle, Erik Fenton and Evan Merriman; and Westminster Firefighter Jacob Fitzpatrick for making a significant difference in a technical rescue incident. YESPASSED
C. A resolution declaring August 26, 2023, as Women’s Equality Day in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:YESPASSED
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the August 8, 2023 Regular City Council meeting.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance approving a Zoning Amendment rezoning approximately 143 acres generally located southeast of I-25 and E-470 from Planned Development to Employment Center (LPC Mile High One). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution approving an event sponsorship funding request from Adams County Regional Economic Partnership.YESPASSED
D. A resolution approving event sponsorship funding requests from Community Reach Center and the Denver Regional Council of Governments.YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Thornton and the City of Federal Heights pertaining to the provision of Victim Services.YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving the First Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Rangeview Library District for the Aylor Open Space Library Project.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving an Amended and Restated CAD-to-CAD Exchange System Intergovernmental Agreement among the cities of Thornton and Westminster, the City and County of Broomfield, and the Adams County Communications Center Authority. YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving a Perpetual Easement to Todd Creek Village Metropolitan District on City property located at approximately East 168th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard.YESPASSED
I. A resolution approving an Access Easement for North Weld County Water District on Thornton’s Farm 115.YESPASSED
J. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Thornton and the Adams County Board of County Commissioners, acting as Fiscal Agent for the Adams County Opioid Council for Region 8, pertaining to an Opioid Abatement Grant.YESPASSED
L. A resolution appointing a member to the Thornton Active Adult Board.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning a resolution approving the Service Plan for the 25 Commerce Park Metropolitan District and the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the 25 Commerce Park Metropolitan District regarding the Service Plan for the District. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
B. A public hearing concerning a Zoning Amendment, including an Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards, and a Conceptual Site Plan to allow for the development of a shelter for displaced youth on land located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Lipan Street and West 88th Avenue (Community Reach Center). [Public Hearing]  
1. An ordinance approving a Zoning Amendment, including an Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards, to allow for the development of a shelter for displaced youth on approximately seven acres of land located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Lipan Street and West 88th Avenue (Community Reach Center).YESPASSED
2. A resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan to allow for the development of a shelter for displaced youth on approximately six acres of land located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Lipan Street and West 88th Avenue (Community Reach Center).YES
PASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution adopting a Code of Conduct for the appointed Boards, Commissions, and Committees of the City. YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


August 8, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the July 18, 2023 Special and July 25, 2023 Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Chapters 2 and 18 of the Thornton City Code regarding the development review process and creating the Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment to replace the Development Permits and Appeals Board. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. An ordinance adopting the fifth amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Police Department Victim Advocates, Police Department Co-Responders, Police Department School Resource Officer, Police Department Fitness Equipment and Professional Development, Community Development Block Grant 2023 Annual Action Plan, Fire Department Fleet, and Sanitation Fleet). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. An ordinance amending Section 6-36 and enacting Section 6-54 of the City Code regarding the keeping of miniature goats in the backyard of Single-Family Detached dwellings. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. A resolution accepting the City of Thornton Firefighters’ Old Hire Pension Plan Annual Report of the plan’s financial status.YESPASSED
F. A resolution acknowledging receipt of the BSM Business Park Annexation Petition and establishing September 12, 2023, as the date for consideration of the requested annexation of property generally located on the northwest corner of East 86th Avenue and Steele Street to the City (86th and Steele – BSM Business Park Annexation).YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Adams County Clerk and Recorder and the City providing for the November 7, 2023 Thornton Regular Municipal Election to be held as part of the coordinated mail ballot election to be conducted by the Adams County Clerk and Recorder. YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning a resolution approving and authorizing the 2023 Annual Action Plan for the Community Development Block Grant Funding. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Chapters 2 and 18 of the Thornton City Code regarding the development review process and creating the Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment to replace the Development Permits and Appeals Board. (Second Reading)  
1. An ordinance approving a Zoning Amendment rezoning approximately 143 acres generally located southeast of I-25 and E-470 from Planned Development to Employment Center (LPC Mile High One).YESPASSED
2. A resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan, allowing a warehouse development on an approximately 124-acre property generally located southeast of I-25 and E-470, west of Washington Street (LPC Mile High One).YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance for a Zoning Amendment, allowing the development of a drive-through restaurant on an approximate two-acre property generally located southwest of East 85th Avenue and Washington Street (Lot 3 & 4, Thornton Gateway Plaza Subdivision). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


July 25, 2023 Council Meeting

5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution conveying the City Council’s gratitude and appreciation to Nancy Vincent on her retirement from the City.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the June 6, 2023 and June 20, 2023 Special and July 11, 2023 Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending the City Code pertaining to Liquor Licensing Section 42-125: Temporary Permits and Section 42-126 related to Registered Managers. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution authorizing the vacation of 1.489 acres of East 152nd Avenue Right-of-Way for a distance of approximately 1,080 feet (25 Commerce Park ROW Vacation).YESPASSED
D. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and Adams 12 Five Star Schools for Provision of Colorado Discharge Permit System Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System - Stormwater Phase II Permit Services.YESPASSED
E. A resolution ratifying and approving a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the City and Fraternal Order of Police Thornton Lodge 16.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning a Zoning Amendment and Conceptual Site Plan allowing the development of a drive-through restaurant on an approximate two-acre property generally located southwest of East 85th Avenue and Washington Street (Lot 3 & 4, Thornton Gateway Plaza). [Public Hearing]  
1. An ordinance for a Zoning Amendment, allowing the development of a drive-through restaurant on an approximate two-acre property generally located southwest of East 85th Avenue and Washington Street (Lot 3 & 4, Thornton Gateway Plaza Subdivision).YESPASSED
2. A resolution for a Conceptual Site Plan, allowing the development of a drive-through restaurant on an approximate two-acre property generally located southwest of East 85th Avenue and Washington Street (Lot 3 & 4, Thornton Gateway Plaza).YESPASSED
B. A public hearing amending Chapters 2 and 18 of the City Code regarding the development review process and creating the Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment to replace the Development Permits and Appeals Board and amending Section 1.7 and Appendix F of the Comprehensive Plan to amend the approval process for Comprehensive Plan amendments. [Public Hearing]  
1. An ordinance amending Chapters 2 and 18 of the Thornton City Code regarding the development review process and creating the Planning Commission and the Board of Adjustment to replace the Development Permits and Appeals Board. YESPASSED
2. A resolution approving an amendment to Section 1.7 and Appendix F of the Comprehensive Plan to amend the approval process for Comprehensive Plan amendments. YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance adopting the fifth amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Police Department Victim Advocates, Police Department Co-Responders, Police Department School Resource Officer, Police Department Fitness Equipment and Professional Development, Community Development Block Grant 2023 Annual Action Plan, Fire Department Fleet, and Sanitation Fleet). (First Reading)YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Section 6-36 and enacting Section 6-54 of the City Code regarding the keeping of miniature goats in the backyard of Single-Family Detached dwellings. (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


July 11, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the June 13, 2023 Regular City Council meeting.YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for May 2023.YESPASSED
C. An ordinance amending certain sections of the Thornton City Code regarding Rights-of-Way Management and providing for enhanced ability to install conduit and related appurtenances for broadband and communication purposes. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. An ordinance approving an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan Amendment to establish a landscape tract by vacating 2.73 acres of rights-of-way for property located northeast of the intersection of East 160th Avenue and York Street (Morrison Subdivision). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. An ordinance adopting the fourth amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Streetlight Acquisition Plan). (Second Reading)ABSTAINEDPASSED
F. An ordinance amending City Code Sections 42-125, and 42-126 related to temporary permits and registered managers pertaining to liquor licenses. (First Reading)YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement among Adams County; Colorado Legal Services; the cities of Westminster, Thornton, Federal Heights, Brighton, Commerce City, Aurora, and Northglenn; and the City and County of Broomfield regarding contributions toward continuation of a Landlord/Tenant Legal Services Program for 2023 and 2024.YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Colorado Department of Transportation to provide Federal funding for the Thornton FY23 100th Avenue – Riverdale Road to Forest Circle Project.YESPASSED
I. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration for the City of Thornton Vision Zero Action Plan.YESPASSED
J. A resolution approving an event sponsorship funding request from Stout Street Foundation. YESPASSED
K. A resolution approving an Amendment to the Programmatic Agreement by and between the City of Thornton and the Colorado State Historic Preservation Officer regarding the U.S. Administration of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant programs.YESPASSED
L. A resolution appointing a member to the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution authorizing the assignment of the City's 2023 Private Activity Bond Allocation to Maiker Housing Partners pursuant to the Colorado Private Activity Bond Ceiling Allocation Act.YESPASSED
B. A resolution amending Attachment 12 to Resolution C.D. No. 2020-169 for Ambulance Service fees and charges for the City, effective January 1, 2024.YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


June 13, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as AmendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing the Thornton Police Department Youth Services Unit on receiving the 2023 National Association of School Resource Officers Model Agency Award.YESPASSED
B. A resolution declaring June 19, 2023 as Juneteenth in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:YESPASSED
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the May 23, 2023 Special and Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance adopting the third amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Electric Mower and Hand Tools, Fire Extinguisher Training Props, Tech-Gen Protective Fire Gear, Vision Zero Plan, Traffic Signals, Fire Station 6 and 7 Minimum Staffing on Engines, Conversion of Contract Employee). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. Monthly Financial Report for April 2023. YESPASSED
D. Report of independent auditors for year ended December 31, 2022.YESPASSED
E. An ordinance amending certain sections of the Thornton City Code regarding Rights-of-Way Management and providing for enhanced ability to install conduit and related appurtenances for broadband and communication purposes. (First Reading)YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Colorado Department of Transportation to provide Federal funding for the Thornton FY25 Flashing Yellow Arrows Signal Upgrades Project.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Colorado Department of Transportation for a City-wide Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail Infrastructure Study and Pre-construction Activities.YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between Adams County and the City regarding the York Street Phase II Project at the intersection of East 88th Avenue and Devonshire Boulevard.YESPASSED
I. A resolution approving a non-profit event sponsorship request from the Rotary Club of Northglenn-Thornton. YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning an ordinance approving an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan Amendment to establish a landscape tract by vacating 2.73 acres of rights-of-way for property located northeast of the intersection of East 160th Avenue and York Street (Morrison Subdivision). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance repealing and reenacting Section 18-542 of the Thornton City Code regarding artificial turf. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
B. An ordinance adopting the fourth amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Streetlight Acquisition Plan). (First Reading)ABSTAINEDPASSED
J. A resolution designating a Councilmember and alternate to cast votes on behalf of the City at the Colorado Municipal League and National League of Cities annual business meetings.YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


May 23, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
B. A resolution declaring June 2023 as LGBTQ+ Pride Month in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
A. A resolution recognizing Charles W. Long for his contributions to the City by serving on the Metro Water Recovery District for Thornton.YESPASSED
8. Council Comments/Communications:  
Motion to bring the budget amendment forward as was approved by the consensus by the Council at the March 21 Planning Session at our next regular Council meeting for a vote.ABSTAINEDPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the May 9, 2023 Special and Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Section 38-386 of the Thornton City Code to define the term “bus” and expand the definition of prohibited vehicle to include buses. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution appointing Josh Redman to the Metro Water Recovery District Board of Directors for the term ending June 30, 2025.YESPASSED
D. A resolution approving the First Amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Thornton and Rangeview Library District for construction and operations of a community center library.YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District d/b/a Mile High Flood District regarding funding of a Major Drainageway Plan and Flood Hazard Area Delineation for Big Dry Creek (ADCO) Tributaries Downstream of I-25. YESPASSED
F. A resolution superseding C.D. No. 2007-113 City Council Policy 7.2 pertaining to the Annual Performance Appraisal of the City Manager, City Attorney, and the Presiding Municipal Judge.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning an ordinance repealing and reenacting Section 18-542 of the Thornton City Code regarding artificial turf. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with School District 27J documenting the City’s commitment to sell and the School District’s intent to purchase 10 acres of property. YESPASSED
B. An ordinance adopting the third amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of the Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Electric Mower and Hand Tools, Fire Extinguisher Training Props, Tech-Gen Protective Fire Gear, Vision Zero Plan, Traffic Signals, Fire Station 6 and 7 Minimum Staffing on Engines, Conversion of Contract Employee). (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


May 9, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution commending the 2023 Thornton Assistance Funds Committee for their services.YESPASSED
B. A resolution recognizing May 12, 2023 as Child Care Provider Appreciation Day in the City of Thornton, Colorado.YESPASSED
C. A resolution declaring May 2023 as Military Appreciation Month in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the April 18, 2023 Special and the April 25, 2023 Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. A resolution authorizing the distribution of the 2023 Thornton Assistance Funds to nonprofit organizations that help Thornton residents meet their basic needs and enhance their ability to be self-sufficient. YESPASSED
C. A resolution authorizing a non-exclusive Right-of-Way Use Agreement between the City and Vero Broadband, LLC.YESPASSED
D. A resolution appointing members to the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors.YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Thornton and the Adams County Workforce and Business Center establishing a Subsidized Employment Training Reimbursement Program and authorizing the City Manager, or his designee, to execute individual Intergovernmental Agreements for the placement of future interns in the City.YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving a Youth Event Funding request and a sponsorship request from Stout Street Foundation.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the Fraternal Order of Police Thornton - Lodge 16 recognizing Juneteenth as one of the observed holidays for members beginning in 2023.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance amending Section 38-386 of the Thornton City Code to define the term “bus” and expand the definition of prohibited vehicle to include buses. (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


April 25, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as AmendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing April 22, 2023 as Earth Day in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
B. A resolution recognizing April 23-29, 2023 as National Crime Victims' Rights Week in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
C. A resolution declaring May 2023 as Mental Health Awareness Month in the City.YESPASSED
D. A resolution declaring May 2023 as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in the City.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the April 11, 2023 Special and Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance repealing Chapter 42, Article III of the Thornton City Code pertaining to amusement devices. YESPASSED
C. A resolution approving Temporary Construction Easements and Perpetual Easements to Black Diamond Rockies Midstream LLC on Thornton’s Farms 35, 47, and 49N.YESPASSED
D. A resolution authorizing a Non-Exclusive Right-of-Way Use Agreement between the City and School District 27J.YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving a Youth Event Funding request and sponsorship from Adams County Regional Partnership. YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement with Adams County Health Department regarding the 2023 Healthy Farmers Market services. YESPASSED
B. A resolution in opposition to the statewide land use and zoning preemptions in Senate Bill 23-213. YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


April 11, 2023 Council and Annual TDA Meetings

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing the week of April 9-15 as National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:YESPASSED
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the March 14, 2023 Special and Regular and March 21, 2023 Special City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for January 2023. YESPASSED
C. Monthly Financial Report for February 2023. YESPASSED
D. An ordinance repealing Ordinance 3216 and amending various sections of the City Code related to the Standards and Specifications for Design and Construction of Public and Private Improvements. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. An ordinance amending certain sections of the Thornton City Code with regard to Floodplain Regulations and Requirements. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
F. An ordinance adopting the second amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Fire Equipment and Medical Exams, Police Co-Responder Program, Metro Football Stadium District Youth Programming, and Community Center). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
G. An ordinance repealing Chapter 42, Article III of the Thornton City Code pertaining to amusement devices. (First Reading)YESPASSED
H. A resolution adopting the 2023 Thornton, Federal Heights, and Northglenn Hazard Mitigation Plan. YESPASSED
I. A resolution approving a new Thornton Municipal Fine and Fee Schedule for the Thornton Municipal Court and repealing the Fine and Fee Schedule approved by Resolution C.D. No. 2012-174 on October 23, 2012.YESPASSED
J. A resolution reappointing members to the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors. YESPASSED
K. A resolution appointing a member to the Parks and Open Space Advisory Commission. YESPASSED
L. A resolution approving three Youth Event Funding requests and a sponsorship request from Growing Home.YESPASSED
12. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning a resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan for a restaurant with drive-thru on approximately 1.68-acres of land generally located southeast of East 136th Avenue and Lincoln Street (Lot 4A, Rolling Hills Subdivision Amended, Amendment No. 3). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
B. A public hearing concerning a resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan for a commercial development located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and East 138th Avenue (Homestead Hills Daycare). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
12. AdjournmentYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of the MinutesYESPASSED
TDA - A resolution approving an Incentive Agreement between the Thornton Development Authority and CNP Thornton, LLC, d/b/a Chicken N Pickle.YESPASSED
TDA - AdjournmentYESPASSED


March 14, 2023 Council and Annual TASHCO Meetings

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as AmendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing and congratulating Isaac Ibarra for winning the Colorado High School Activities Association Class 3A Wrestling Championship.YESPASSED
B. A resolution declaring the month of April 2023 as Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month in the City of Thornton.YESPASSED
C. A resolution declaring March 2023 as Women’s History Month and March 8, 2023 as International Women’s Day in the City of Thornton, Colorado. YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the February 28, 2023 Regular City Council meeting.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance repealing Ordinance 3216 and amending various sections of the City Code related to the Standards and Specifications for Design and Construction of Public and Private Improvements. (First Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Thornton and the City of Northglenn regarding the design and construction of York Street over Big Dry Creek.YESPASSED
D. A resolution approving Temporary Construction Easements and Perpetual Easements to NWC Development, LLC on Thornton’s Farms 49N and 49S. YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the Urban Drainage and Flood Control District d/b/a Mile High Flood District and the City for final design, right-of-way acquisition, and construction of drainage and flood control improvements for Grange Hall Creek Tributary South – Grant Street to Washington Street.YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving an amendment to the Intergovernmental Agreement between Adams County and the City of Thornton regarding Abandonment of the Storm Ditch dated June 28, 2022, to allow a one-year extension of its term and a second one-year extension subject to appropriations of both parties.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving settlements with opioid manufacturers and distributors and authorizing the City Manager or his designee to execute related settlement participation forms.YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving an event sponsorship funding request from Ralston House for the April Child Abuse Awareness Month Pinwheel Garden. YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing regarding an ordinance amending Chapter 14, Article I, Section 14-10 of the Thornton City Code to update internal citations and repealing and reenacting Chapter 10, Article IV, Sections 10-160 and 10-161 of the Thornton City Code to adopt by reference the 2021 International Fire Code with local amendments thereto. YESPASSED
B. A public hearing regarding an ordinance amending certain sections of the Thornton City Code with regard to Floodplain Regulations and Requirements. YESPASSED
C. A public hearing regarding a resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan for a commercial development located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Thornton Parkway and Welby Road (The Reserve at Thornton Tract B). YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance adopting the second amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Fire Equipment and Medical Exams, Police Co-Responder Program, Metro Football Stadium District Youth Programming, and Community Center). (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED
TASHCO - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
TASHCO - Approval of Minutes - October 25, 2022YESPASSED
TASHCO - AdjournmentYESPASSED


February 28, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing the City of Thornton’s 2022 Departmental Employees of the Year.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:YESPASSED
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the January 31, 2023 and February 7, 2023 Special and February 14, 2023 Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Chapter 26 of the City Code pertaining to finance and taxation. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. An ordinance adopting a new provision of the City Code Section 38-994 pertaining to the abatement of nuisance properties. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving event sponsorship funding requests from Almost Home, Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Adams and Broomfield Counties, and Ralston House.YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving a Second Intergovernmental Agreement between the Town of Windsor, Colorado, and the City of Thornton, Colorado regarding the annexation of property owned by the City of Thornton into Windsor; the installation, construction, operation, and maintenance of the Thornton Water Project Pipeline through certain properties; right-of-way/easement dedication for Windsor’s realignment of Colorado Boulevard and installation of a water transmission pipeline; agreement to negotiate an emergency raw water lease agreement, and the potential purchase by Windsor of property owned by the City.YESPASSED
G. A resolution reappointing and appointing Associate Judges for the Thornton Municipal Court for the period March 23, 2023, through March 31, 2025.YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Colorado Department of Transportation to provide Federal funding for the Thornton Protected Bike Facilities Study.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing regarding a resolution approving Conceptual Site Plan for a church on approximately 15.83 acres of land located generally east of I-25, south of Grant Street and northwest of Thorncreek Golf Course (Rolling Hills Life Church). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution extending the terms for members on the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors. YESPASSED
B. An ordinance adopting the first amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Police Longevity Pay, Crime and Accident Screen Scanner, Rapid DNA Instrument, and Skate Park Lighting). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


February 14, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution commending the members of the Judicial Appointment and Retention Advisory Commission for their service.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – January 17, 2023 Special and January 24, 2023 Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing regarding an ordinance repealing and reenacting the provision of Article IV of the City Code pertaining to adoption by reference of the 2021 Edition of the following codes: International Building Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Residential Code, International Energy Conservation Code, International Existing Building Code, International Swimming Pool and Spa Code, the 2020 Edition of the National Electrical Code, and local amendments thereto. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
B. A public hearing regarding a Service Plan for the Quebec Highlands Metropolitan District and the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and Quebec Highlands Metropolitan District regarding the Service Plan for the District. [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
C. A public hearing regarding a Zoning Amendment with an associated Conceptual Site Plan for approximately 0.93 acres of land located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Huron Street and East 88th Avenue (8881 Huron Retail Development). [Public Hearing]  
1) An ordinance approving a Zoning Amendment for approximately 0.93 acres of land located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Huron Street and East 88th Avenue (8881 Huron Retail Development). [Public Hearing]NOFAILED
2) A resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan for a commercial development located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Huron Street and East 88th Avenue (8881 Huron Retail Development). [Public Hearing]NO VOTE
NO VOTE
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution approving the City’s 2023 Federal Legislative Priorities.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Chapter 26 City Code pertaining to finance and taxation. (First Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution approving an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Colorado Department of Revenue regarding the use of the Department of Revenue sales and use tax software.YESPASSED
D. An ordinance amending Chapter 14, Article I, Section 14-10 of the Thornton City Code to update internal citations and repealing and reenacting Chapter 10, Article IV, Sections 10-160 and 10-161 of the Thornton City Code to adopt by reference the 2021 International Fire Code with local amendments thereto.  (First Reading)YESPASSED
E. A resolution recognizing February 2023 as Black History Month in the City. YESPASSED
F. An ordinance adopting a new provision of the City Code pertaining to the abatement of nuisance properties Section 38-994 Chapter 38 Law Enforcement, Offenses and Traffic, Article XIII. Miscellaneous Provisions, Division 3, Nuisance Properties Section 38-994 Abatement of Nuisance Properties.  (First Reading)YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding between the City and the Fraternal Order of Police Thornton - Lodge 16 related to providing Longevity Pay to employees covered by the Collective Bargaining Agreement. YESPASSED
H. An ordinance adopting the first amendment to the 2023 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3636, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2023 for all funds except that appropriations for certain individual projects shall not lapse at year end but continue until the project is completed or cancelled (Police Longevity Pay, Crime and Accident Screen Scanner, Rapid DNA Instrument, and Skate Park Lighting). (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


January 24, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as AmendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution conveying the City Council’s gratitude and appreciation to Gordie Olson for his many contributions during the past eight years of dedicated service to the City of Thornton and his forty-year career in the fire serviceYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the January 10, 2023 Regular City Council meeting.YESPASSED
B. A resolution approving the City’s 2023 State Legislative Priorities.YESPASSED
C. A resolution approving the Youth Event Funding application for $300 from Jacob Johnson to offset the cost of the 5280 Explorers travel group trip to Europe in the summer of 2023.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance repealing and reenacting the provision of Article IV of the City Code pertaining to adoption by reference of the 2021 Edition of the following codes: International Building Code, International Plumbing Code, International Mechanical Code, International Fuel Gas Code, International Residential Code, International Energy Conservation Code, International Existing Building Code, International Swimming Pool and Spa Code, the 2020 Edition of the National Electrical Code, and local amendments thereto. YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


January 10, 2023 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. A Motion approving the Minutes of the December 6, 2022 Special and December 13, 2022 Regular City Council meetings.YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for November 2022.YESPASSED
C. An ordinance amending Chapter 42, Article VII, of the City Code, amending the definition of Pawnbrokers.YESPASSED
D. An ordinance approving a Zoning Amendment with an associated Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards for approximately six acres of land located on the northwest corner of the intersection of Grant Street and East 160th Avenue (Larkridge K1 Go Karts).YESPASSED
E. A resolution designating City Hall as the public place to post notices and agendas of regular, special, and other open meetings of the City Council, any board, committee, commission, authority, or local public body of the City, during exigent circumstances or in the event of an emergency that prevents the public from accessing notices online, for the calendar year 2023.YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving Temporary Construction Easements and Perpetual Easements to DCP Operating Company, LP on Thornton’s Farms 9, 49, 98, and 115. YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving Temporary Construction Easements and Perpetual Easements to NWC Development, LLC on Thornton’s Farms 11, 22, 23, 53-6, and 79.YESPASSED
H. A resolution repealing C.D. Nos. 92-005, 2013-019, and 2013-085 to consolidate the procedures, charge, and composition for the Thornton Assistance Funds Committee in one resolution.YESPASSED
I. A resolution approving an amendment to the Bylaws of the Development Permits and Appeals Board.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution authorizing an Operator Agreement and Non-Exclusive Right-of-Way Use Agreement with Pioneer Water Pipeline, LLC, for the construction, development, operation, and maintenance of produced water lines within the City.YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED