Northglenn City Council voted on the following legislation during its May 14 meeting. Council members in attendance were Carol Dodge and Wayne Dodge, …
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Northglenn City Council voted on the following legislation during its May 14 meeting. Council members in attendance were 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. Mayor Joyce Downing was absent.
Council unanimously approved an ordinance that would allow the city to place wayfinding kiosks in the public right of way. The kiosks would have directional signs that point in the direction of nearby businesses to alert motorists where they are. The idea is to help businesses off the main roads and are not easily seen by passing traffic. Staff expects the cost of the program to run between $11,000 and $16,000 annually.
Council approved the first reading at its May 14 meeting and the second reading at a special meeting May 21.
Council unanimously approved a resolution for a business-assistance incentive agreement with Boondocks Fun Center for up to $91,468 to help with the cost of installing a new LED billboard sign. The incentives will include abatement of building permit and electrical fees, and reimbursement of taxes. Boondocks recently finished a $5 million expansion and wants to market its business with a new sign. As part of the incentive agreement, Boondocks will also market the city and its events on the sign for the next 10 years.
Council unanimously agreed to accept a $11,365 Justice Assistance Grant Fund to purchase a TouchPrint 3000 Series Live Scan Fingerprint Machine. This equipment will allow officers to improve field patrol operations and criminal investigations.
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