Here is action from the April 22 Northglenn City Council meeting. Cooksey re-appointed to three-year term on Historic Preservation Commission Council …
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Here is action from the April 22 Northglenn City Council meeting.
Council unanimously approved its consent agenda, which included a resolution to re-appoint Diane Cooksey to a three-year term on the History Preservation Commission. Her term began April 26 and will expire April 26, 2016.
Council unanimously approved a resolution to give $36,080 to the Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation. Annually, council financially supports NAHF based upon a formula of $1 multiplied by the number of residents living in the city. The funding is meant to give NAHF the means to host youth theater, public art and other cultural activities in the community. The foundation also was awarded $54,100 in 2013 by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District.
Council unanimously approved a resolution allowing the city manager to purchase from Transwest Trucks a roll-off truck with the cost not to exceed $150,736. The 2013 sanitation fund budget included $370,000 to purchase a trash truck, a roll-off truck and an automated replacement arm. Council previously approved purchasing a trash truck for $192,103. With the approval of the roll-off truck purchase, the city will have $27,161 left in the sanitation budget to purchase an automated replacement arm, which has been estimated to cost between $15,000 and $18,000.
Council members in attendance were Mayor Joyce Downing, Carol Dodge and Wayne Dodge, Ward I; Leslie Carrico and Joe Brown, Ward II; Mayor Pro Tem Susan Clyne and Marci Whitman, Ward III; and Kim Snetzinger and Gene Wieneke, Ward IV.
The next regular meeting will be 7 p.m. Monday, May 13, at city hall, 11701 Community Center Drive.
— Compiled by Tammy Kranz
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