Northglenn City Council voted on the following legislation during its July 22 meeting. Apartment development approved Council unanimously approved …
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Northglenn City Council voted on the following legislation during its July 22 meeting.
Council unanimously approved the first reading an ordinance that would allow the rezoning at 11525 Community Center Drive from planned unit development (PUD) to planned unit development certain real property. This rezoning will allow Holland Partners, who owns the property, to develop multi-family units. This project is called Stone Mountain II. The site was zoned PUD for 188 residential units as a secondary phase of the initial Stone Mountain I development in 2000. The proposal at the time called for 9 structures, 42 garage spaces, and an area for a future clubhouse/community center. The original development was never realized and the current owner is requesting modification of the PUD to increase the number of units to 228. The site consists of approximately nine acres. The second and final reading of the ordinance will be Aug. 12.
SRO officer at Adams 12 approved
Council unanimously approved an intergovernmental agreement between the city and the Adams 12 Five Star Schools for a joint school resource officer (SRO) program. The agreement provides for one SRO at Northglenn High School, one at Vantage Point High School/Crossroads Middles School, and one at Northglenn Middle School for 2013-14 school year. The IGA sets forth financial sharing of one-half of three SROs being paid by the school district in the amount of $106,432, divided by 12 monthly payments of $8,869. The city assumes the benefits, training, uniform and equipment costs, which is covered in the police department budget.
Roof replacement work approved
Council unanimously approved an agreement with CG Construction Company for the 2013 Fleet Services Building Roof Replacement Project in the amount of $53,250 with a 10-percent contingency of $5,325 for a total amount not to exceed $58,575.
Work includes all labor and materials for replacing the metal roof and skylights on the building. Work includes modification of the structural roof capacity to accommodate two evaporative cooler units, supplied by the city.
Reappointment, appointment to boards
Council unanimously approved during its consent agenda to reappoint Annette Donelson to the Board of Adjustment for a three-year term. Her term will end July 26, 2016. It also approved appointing Avery Anderson to the Northglenn Youth Commission Board of Directors for a one-year term; the term will expire July 22, 2014.
Council members in attendance were Mayor Joyce Downing; Carol Dodge and Wayne Dodge, Ward I; Joe Brown and Leslie Carrico, Ward II; Mayor Pro Tem Susan Clyne and Marci Whitman, Ward III; and Gene Wieneke and Kim Snetzinger, Ward IV.
The next council meeting is 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 12, at City Hall, 11701 Community Center Drive.
— Compiled by Tammy Kranz
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