Northglenn City Council voted on the following legislation during its Feb. 11 meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Joyce Downing, …
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Northglenn City Council voted on the following legislation during its Feb. 11 meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Joyce Downing, Carol Dodge and Wayne Dodge, Ward I; Leslie Carrico, Ward II; Mayor Pro Tem Susan Clyne and Marci Whitman, Ward III; and Kim Snetzinger and Gene Wieneke, Ward IV. Joe Brown, Ward II, was absent.
Council unanimously approved a resolution appointing Susan Kroh as a member to the Northglenn Victim Assistance and Law Enforcement (VALE) Board. Kroh will fill the unexpired term of Brian Park. Her term began Feb. 11 and will expire Dec. 31, 2015. The resolution was part of council’s consent agenda.
Council approved by a 6-2 vote to add a new section in its municipal code that prohibits unlawful conduct on public property, which includes camping. Wieneke and Carol Dodge voted against this measure. Carol Dodge said during the Jan. 28 that other park-related ordinances stemmed from criminal activities at E.B. Rains Jr. and the skate park, “and now it just seems way too controlling and too many rules and regulations and I’m not for that.”
The origins of this ordinance were brought up by police during discussions about safety in the parks.
This was the second and final reading of the ordinance.
The next regular meeting will be 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25, at City Hall, 11701 Community Center Drive.
— Compiled by Tammy Kranz
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