Councilmember Tony Unrein - Ward 3

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June 14, 2022 Council and Special TDA Meetings

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – May 17, 2022 Special and May 24, 2022 Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. Report of independent auditors for year ended December 31, 2021.YESPASSED
C. Monthly Financial Report for April 2022.YESPASSED
D. A resolution approving temporary construction easements and permanent easements to Black Diamond Rockies Midstream, LLC on Thornton’s Farms 35, 47, 75, 84, and 116.YESPASSED
E. A resolution appointing a member to the Local Licensing Authority.YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED
TDA - Aproval of AgendaYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of MinutesYESPASSED
TDA - 5A. A resolution approving an Infrastructure Reimbursement Agreement between the Thornton Development Authority and Confluent Development, LLC for regional improvements within the North Washington Corridor Urban Renewal Area and Plan.YESPASSED
TDA - AdjournmentYESPASSED


May 24, 2022 Council and Special TDA Meetings

5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution commending Frank Newton for his service on the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes - May 10, 2022 Special and Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. An ordinance denying a rezoning from Community Retail to Planned Development, an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan, and Planned Development Standards for approximately three acres of land generally located west of Interstate 25 and south of West 84th Avenue to develop industrial buildings and a digital message monument sign (electronic billboard) (Falk Industrial Tract, Amendment No. 1, Lot 4A). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. An ordinance initiating a pilot program regarding the keeping of miniature goats in the backyard of Single-Family Detached dwellings. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. An ordinance adopting the third amendment to the 2022 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3600, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2022 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 (Thornton COVID-19 Recovery Grant Program and Farmers Highline water shares). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City; the City of Aurora; and the United States of America, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management regarding water rights for the augmentation of Trout Creek Pond.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement with Rangeview Library District for development of a nature-based center library on a 15-acre parcel within the Aylor Open Lands.YESPASSED
13. Adjournment  
TDA - Aproval of AgendaYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of MinutesYESPASSED
TDA - 5A. A resolution adopting the Thornton Development Authority Relocation Assistance for Displaced Businesses Policy.YESPASSED
TDA - 5B. A resolution adopting the second amendment to the 2022 Budget for the Thornton Development Authority beginning January 1, 2022 and ending December 31, 2022, and appropriating the funds for expenditure in 2022 (Thornton Shopping Center).  YESPASSED
TDA - AdjournmentYESPASSED


May 10, 2022 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution conveying the City Council’s gratitude and appreciation to Michael McTaggart on his retirement from the City.YESPASSED
B. A resolution commending the 2022 Thornton Assistance Funds Committee for their services.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:YESPASSED
A. Approval of Minutes – April 19, 2022 Special and April 26, 2022 Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for March 2022.YESPASSED
C. An ordinance amending the City Council Policy Regarding the Rules of Order and Procedure for City Council Meetings to add new language regarding to add new language regarding the use of telephone or other electronic means of participation by the Mayor and Councilmembers in regular and special meetings. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. A resolution rescinding the City of Thornton’s Declaration of Emergency relating to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic as provided in C.D. No. 2021-105.YESPASSED
E. A resolution establishing the composition of the Firefighters’ Old Hire Pension Plan Board of Trustees.YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving amendments to the Bylaws of the Firefighters’ Old Hire Pension Plan Board of Trustees.YESPASSED
G. A resolution appointing a member to the Firefighters’ Old Hire Pension Board.YESPASSED
H. A resolution approving sponsorship requests from the Adams County Regional Economic Partnership, Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Adams and Broomfield Counties, Community Reach Center, Northglenn / Thornton Rotary, and Ralston House.YESPASSED
I. A resolution appointing a member to the Thornton Active Adult Board.YESPASSED
J. A resolution appointing a member to the Parks and Open Space Advisory Commission.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A continuance of the Public Hearing concerning an ordinance adopting by reference the 2020 Model Traffic Code; repealing and reenacting Sections 38-521 and 38-523 of the Thornton City Code, which relate to the adoption of and amendments to the Model Traffic Code; and setting the Public Hearing date for April 26, 2022. (Second Reading) [Public Hearing] YESPASSED
B. An ordinance denying a rezoning from Community Retail to Planned Development, an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan, and Planned Development Standards for approximately three acres of land generally located west of Interstate 25 and south of West 84th Avenue to develop industrial buildings and a digital message monument sign (electronic billboard) (Falk Industrial Tract, Amendment No. 1, Lot 4A). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution authorizing the distribution of the 2022 Thornton Assistance Funds to nonprofit organizations that help Thornton residents meet their basic needs and enhance their ability to be self-sufficient.YESPASSED
B. An ordinance initiating a pilot program regarding the keeping of miniature goats in the backyard of Single-Family Detached dwellings. (First Reading)YESPASSED
C. An ordinance adopting the third amendment to the 2022 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3600, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2022 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 (Thornton COVID-19 Recovery Grant Program and Farmers Highline water shares). (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjounmentYESPASSED


April 26, 2022 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the Agenda as AmendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution commending Frank Newton for his service on the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors.REMOVEDREMOVED
10. Consent Calendar:YESPASSED
A. Approval of Minutes – April 5, 2022 Special and April 12, 2022 Special and Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. An ordinance approving a zoning amendment from Eastlake Transit Oriented Development to a Planned Development district, incorporating an Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards, for approximately 26 acres of land generally located south of East 126th Avenue between Lafayette Street and Claude Court to develop a mixed-use neighborhood (Huffy Business Park Lot 2 – Eastlake Station South). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution adopting the Transportation and Mobility Master Plan as a supplement to the 2020 Comprehensive Plan to supersede the 2009 Transportation Plan with 2016 amendments.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A continuance of the Public Hearing concerning an ordinance adopting by reference the 2020 Model Traffic Code; repealing and reenacting Sections 38-521 and 38-523 of the Thornton City Code, which relate to the adoption of and amendments to the Model Traffic Code; and setting the Public Hearing date for April 26, 2022. (Second Reading) [Public Hearing] YESPASSED
B. A continuance of the Public Hearing concerning a rezoning from Community Retail to Planned Development, an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan, and Planned Development Standards for approximately three acres of land generally located west of Interstate 25 and south of West 84th Avenue to develop industrial buildings and a digital message monument sign (electronic billboard) (Falk Industrial Tract, Amendment No. 1, Lot 4A). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
C. A public hearing concerning a Conceptual Site Plan for a 14-lot commercial development on approximately 25 acres of land generally located northeast of East 136th Avenue and Quebec Street (Lot 1, Quebec Highlands Filing No. 1 Third Amendment Subdivision). [Public Hearing]YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance amending the City Council Policy Regarding the Rules of Order and Procedure for City Council Meetings to add new language regarding the use of telephone or other electronic means of participation by the Mayor and Councilmembers in regular and special meetings. (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjounmentYESPASSED


April 12, 2022 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution declaring the month of April 2022 as Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month in the City of Thornton.YESPASSED
B. A resolution presenting the Community Heroism Award for Excellence in Citizenship recognizing Levi Roberts for his assistance in providing evacuation efforts and activating 911.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – March 8, 2022 Special, March 22, 2022 Regular, and March 29, 2022 Special City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for February 2022.YESPASSED
C. A resolution approving the amended Adoption Agreements with Nationwide Financial Services, Inc. for the 457 Deferred Compensation Plan and the Police, Fire, and Presiding Municipal Judge Money Purchase Plans.YESPASSED
D. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and Adams County regarding location, inspection, and mitigation of the Storm Ditch Company infrastructure located within the Adams County rights-of-way, as well as the transfer of said infrastructure from the Storm Ditch Company to Adams County.YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving an Amended and Restated Public Road At-Grade Crossing Agreement between the City and the Regional Transportation District.YESPASSED
F. A resolution approving amendment of temporary construction and permanent easements to Suncor Energy (U.S.A.) Pipeline Company for an oil and hydrocarbons distribution pipeline in Weld County on Thornton’s Farms 116, 108, 105, 95, 84, 43, and 2.YESPASSED
G. A resolution approving a Memorandum of Understanding among Adams County and the cities of Aurora, Brighton, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton, Westminster; the Town of Bennett; and the City and County of Broomfield regarding homelessness services.YESPASSED
H. A resolution reappointing Scott Twombly to the Metro Water Recovery Board of Directors.YESPASSED
I. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Colorado Department of Transportation to provide Federal funding for the 104th Avenue at Washington Plaza Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program Project.YESPASSED
J. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Colorado Department of Transportation to provide Federal funding for the 120th Avenue and Northaven Circle Federal Highway Safety Improvement Program Project.YESPASSED
K. A resolution amending Council Policy 1.1 of Resolution C.D. No. 2022-008 regarding appointment of City Council representatives to various boards and commissions.YESPASSED
L. A resolution approving the Youth Event Funding application for $600 for the “Brawling Bananas” middle school robotics team to offset the cost to attend the VEX Robotics World Championship to be held in Dallas, TX in May 2022.YESPASSED
M. A resolution approving the Youth Event Funding application for $600 for the “Sky’s The Limit” middle school robotics team to offset the cost to attend the VEX Robotics World Championship to be held in Dallas, TX in May 2022.YESPASSED
N. A resolution approving sponsorship requests from the Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Adams and Broomfield Counties and the Denver Regional Council of Governments Annual Awards Celebration.YESPASSED
O. A resolution approving the First Amendment to the Employment Agreement between the City Manager and the City of Thornton.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing concerning a rezoning with an associated Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards and concerning a Conceptual Site Plan for property generally located south of East 126th Avenue between Lafayette Street and Claude Court (Huffy Business Park Lot 2 – Eastlake Station South):  
1) Consideration of a zoning amendment from Eastlake Transit Oriented Development to a Planned Development district, incorporating an Overall Development Plan and Planned Development Standards, for approximately 26 acres of land generally located south of East 126th Avenue between Lafayette Street and Claude Court to develop a mixed-use neighborhood (Huffy Business Park Lot 2 – Eastlake Station South).YESPASSED
2) Consideration of a Conceptual Site Plan to allow for the development of 531 residential units and 14,470 square feet of commercial uses on approximately 24.5 acres of land generally located south of East 126th Avenue between Lafayette Street and Claude Court (Huffy Business Park Lot 2 – Eastlake Station South).YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance adopting by reference the 2020 Model Traffic Code; repealing and reenacting Sections 38-521 and 38-523 of the Thornton City Code, which relate to the adoption of and amendments to the Model Traffic Code; and setting the Public Hearing date for April 26, 2022.YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


March 22, 2022 Council, TASHCO, TDA, and MLA Meetings

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of the AgendaYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – February 8, 2022 Regular, February 15, 2022 Special, and February 22, 2022 Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for January 2022.YESPASSED
C. A resolution approving the City’s 2022 Federal Legislative Priorities.YESPASSED
D. A resolution approving temporary construction easements and electric transmission line easements to Public Service Company of Colorado on Thornton’s Farms 107-5, 66, 28-4, 80, 67, 22, 111, 115, 9, and 58.YESPASSED
E. A resolution approving a First Amended and Restated Memorandum of Understanding regarding Water Quality Monitoring in the Upper Cache la Poudre Basin among the cities of Thornton, Fort Collins, and Greeley and the Soldier Canyon Water Treatment Authority.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A continued public hearing concerning a rezoning from Community Retail to Planned Development, including an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan and Planned Development Standards for approximately three acres of land generally located west of Interstate 25 and south of West 84th Avenue to develop industrial buildings as well as a digital message monument sign (electronic billboard) (Falk Industrial Tract, Amendment No. 1, Lot 4A).   
Motion to continue the public hearing to April 26, 2022.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance approving an Amendment to an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan for the Bramming Farm commercial development generally located on the southwest corner of East 128th Avenue and Hudson Street (Bramming Farm Subdivision Filing No. 3). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending the City Council Policy regarding the Rules of Order and Procedure for City Council meetings to add new language regarding the use of telephone or other electronic means of participation by the Mayor and Councilmembers in regular and special meetings. (First Reading)REMOVEDREMOVED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED
TASHCO - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
TASHCO - Approval of MinutesYESPASSED
TASHCO - AdjournmentYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of MinutesYESPASSED
TDA - AdjournmentYESPASSED
MLA - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
MLA - Approval of MinutesYESPASSED
MLA - Motion awarding the Quadrant 4 license to the applicant that was selected during the lottery drawing.YESPASSED
MLA - AdjournmentYESPASSED


March 8, 2022 Special Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
3. Action Items:  
B. A resolution appointing a representative to the City Council Ward 1 vacancy to serve the remainder of the term of office that was vacated.   
Motion  to have a public discussion about all of the candidates. NOFAILED
Motion appointing JJ Dove to the Ward 1 vacancy.NOFAILED
Motion to approve a resolution appointing Eric Garcia to the City Council Ward 1 vacancy to serve the remainder of the term of office that was vacated.YESPASSED
4. AdjournmentYESPASSED


February 22, 2022 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of Agenda as AmendedYESPASSED
6. Presentations:  
A. A resolution recognizing Karen Stuart for her contributions and dedicated service to the north metro community and the City upon her retirement from Smart Commute Metro North Transportation Management Organization.YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – February 1, 2022 Special and February 8, 2022 Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. A resolution reappointing and appointing members to the Building Code Advisory Board; Businesses of Thornton Advisory Commission; Development Permits and Appeals Board; Election Commission; Judicial Appointment and Retention Advisory Commission; Local Licensing Authority; Parks and Open Space Advisory Commission; and Thornton Active Adult Board.YESPASSED
C. A resolution authorizing negotiations and, if necessary, eminent domain proceedings to acquire property interests necessary to construct the Thornton Water Project.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing regarding a resolution approving the Service Plan for the 164th Avenue and York Street Metropolitan District and Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the 164th Avenue and York Street Metropolitan District regarding the Service Plan for the District. YESPASSED
B. A public hearing regarding an ordinance approving an Amendment to an Overall Development Plan/Conceptual Site Plan for the Bramming Farm commercial development generally located on the southwest corner of East 128th Avenue and Hudson Street (Bramming Farm Subdivision Filing No. 3). YESPASSED
C. A continued public hearing regarding a resolution upholding the decision of the Development Permits and Appeals Board denying a variance request regarding the installation of artificial turf within the front yard of an existing single-family residential property located at 11597 Ash Circle (Woodglen Filing No. 6). YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. A resolution appointing Tiffany Sorice as Presiding Municipal Judge for the City of Thornton, effective March 7, 2022, and approving the associated Employment Agreement.YESPASSED
B. Motion to move the date for the Ward 1 candidate interviews to Sunday, March 6 at 1:00 p.m.YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


February 15, 2022 Special Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
4A. Motion to adopt the timeline from the Ward 4 vacancy that was filled in 2019 and 2020 to this process for the vacancy to fill Ward 1. NOFAILED
4A. Motion to adopt the process for filling the Ward 1 vacancy as presented by the City Clerk. YESPASSED
4B. Motion to go into executive session.YESPASSED
4C. Motion to go into executive session.YESPASSED
4D. Motion to go into executive session.YESPASSED
5. AdjournmentYESPASSED


February 8, 2022 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
Motion to table Agenda Item 12A.NOFAILED
Motion amend the agenda to gather only evidence on Agenda Item 12A and then have a period of time that the record can be confirmed by the public and then revisit.NOFAILED
5. Approval of Agenda YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – January 18, 2022 Special and January 25, 2022 Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. An ordinance adopting the second amendment to the 2022 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3600, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2022 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 (Water capital projects, COVID-19 testing and vaccination program, COVID-19 Rapid Response program, Family Crimes Unit, traffic signals). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution authorizing an Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and the Adams County Fire Protection District for the installation and maintenance of traffic control devices.YESPASSED
D. A resolution appointing a member to the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors.YESPASSED
E. A resolution appointing a member to the Thornton Active Adult Board.YESPASSED
F. A resolution appointing a member to the Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council Board of Directors.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
Motion to continue public hearing 11A to March 22, 2022.YESPASSED
Motion to continue public hearing 11B February  22, 2022.YESPASSED
12. Action Items:YESPASSED
A. Council’s consideration of evidence and a potential vote regarding the alleged Ward 1 vacancy due to residency of the Ward 1 Council seat held by Councilmember Jacque Phillips, pursuant to section 4.5 of the Thornton City Charter.  
Motion to take no action this evening and postpone the vote until the next meeting.NOFAILED
Motion to not vote on the motion affirming Charter Section 4.5(c). NOFAILED
Motion to affirm Charter Section 4.5(c).YESPASSED
Motion that based upon Council's consideration of competent evidence placed on the record of the Council minutes, Council determines that a vacancy exists in the ward 1 seat of Councilmember Jacque Phillips due to the lack of residency. NOFALSE
12. AdjournmentYESPASSED


January 25, 2022 Council Meeting

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of Agenda YESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – January 7, 2022 Special and January 11, 2022 Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. An ordinance amending Subsection 54-303 of the City Code related to compensation for working holidays. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
C. A resolution appointing a member to the Businesses of Thornton Advisory Commission.YESPASSED
D. A resolution designating the at-large members to the Thornton Assistance Funds Committee for 2022.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A continuance, to February 22, 2022, of the Public Hearing regarding a resolution approving a Conceptual Site Plan to allow for the development of a motor vehicle fueling station, general merchandise store (convenience store), restaurant, and multi-tenant commercial building on approximately five acres of land generally located at the southwest corner of East 128th Avenue and Washington Street. YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance repealing Ordinance 3604 and reenacting an ordinance revising and prescribing water rates and charges for the operation and maintenance of the water system for the City of Thornton, Colorado. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
B. An ordinance adopting the second amendment to the 2022 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3600, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2022 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 (Water capital projects, COVID-19 testing and vaccination program, COVID-19 Rapid Response program, Family Crimes Unit, traffic signals). (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED


January 11, 2022 Council and Special TDA Meetings

Vote Title  Vote CastMotion Pass/Fail
5. Approval of Agenda as amendedYESPASSED
10. Consent Calendar:  
A. Approval of Minutes – December 7, 2021 Special and December 14, 2021 Regular City Council meetings. YESPASSED
B. Monthly Financial Report for November 2021.YESPASSED
C. An ordinance amending Subsections 2-1(a)(2) and (3) of the Thornton City Code pertaining to posting of legal notices to add Trail Winds Recreation Center as an additional required location to post public notices and approved ordinances. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
D. An ordinance authorizing the Thornton Development Authority to exercise its power of eminent domain to acquire all or a portion of certain real property located within the South Thornton Urban Renewal Area. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
E. An ordinance amending Article VI of Chapter 10 of the Thornton City Code, entitled the Neglected and Derelict Buildings Code. (Second Reading)YESPASSED
F. An ordinance adopting the first amendment to the 2022 Budget amending section one of Ordinance 3600, making appropriations for the City of Thornton, Colorado for the fiscal year 2022 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 Station 7). (Second Reading)YESPASSED
G. 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 2022.YESPASSED
H. A resolution amending Council Policy 1.1 of Resolution C.D. No. 2021-192 regarding appointment of City Council representatives to various boards and commissions.YESPASSED
I. A resolution repealing and replacing C.D. No. 2017-112 regarding the City’s regional and subregional transportation priorities.YESPASSED
J. An ordinance amending Subsection 54-303 of the City Code related to compensation for working holidays. (First Reading)YESPASSED
K. A resolution approving the City’s 2022 State Legislative Priorities.YESPASSED
11. Public Hearings:  
A. A public hearing regarding an ordinance repealing and reenacting Chapter 10, Article IV, Sections 10-166, 10-170, and 10-172 adopting by reference the 2019 Edition of the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, the 2017 Edition of the Safety Standards for Platform Lifts and Stairway Chair Lifts, and the 2013 Automated People Mover Standards, of the Thornton City Code and setting the Public Hearing date for January 11, 2022. (Second Reading) [Public Hearing] YESPASSED
12. Action Items:  
A. An ordinance repealing Ordinance 3604 and reenacting an ordinance revising and prescribing water rates and charges for the operation and maintenance of the water system for the City of Thornton, Colorado. (First Reading)YESPASSED
13. AdjournmentYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of AgendaYESPASSED
TDA - Approval of Minutes - October 26, 2021YESPASSED
5A. A resolution authorizing negotiations and, if necessary, eminent domain proceedings to acquire all or a portion of certain real property located within the South Thornton Urban Renewal Area to effectuate the purposes and provisions of the South Thornton Urban Renewal Plan.  YESPASSED
5B. A resolution adopting the first amendment to the 2022 Budget for the Thornton Development Authority beginning January 1, 2022 and ending December 31, 2022, and appropriating the funds for expenditure in 2022 (Thornton Shopping Center, Gateway District, Bull Canal Relocation).YESPASSED
TDA - AdjournmentYESPASSED


Prior Vote Record:

2021