Longmont City Council Agenda – March 19, 2019

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 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA 
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 
Civic Center
350 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501 
 7:00 p.m. – City Council Chambers – Regular Session MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
1.ROLL CALL – PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
2.CHAIR REMINDER TO THE PUBLIC
 A.Anyone Wishing To Speak At “First Call – Public Invited To Be Heard” Will Need To Add His Or Her Name To The List Outside The Council Chambers. Only Those On The List Will Be Invited To Speak At The First “Public Invited To Be Heard.”
 B.Speakers Who Do Not Place Their Names On The List Will Have The Opportunity To Speak During Public Hearing Items This Evening, Or At The “Final Call – Public Invited To Be Heard” (Any Item) At The End Of The Meeting.
3.APPROVAL OF MINUTES
 A.February 26, 2019 – Regular Session
 B.March 5, 2019 – Regular Session
4.AGENDA REVISIONS, AND SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS, AND MOTIONS TO DIRECT THE CITY MANAGER TO ADD AGENDA ITEMS TO FUTURE AGENDAS
5.CITY MANAGER’S REPORT
6.SPECIAL REPORTS AND PRESENTATIONS
 A.Presentation Of $12,000 Donation From Skyline Kiwanis For 4Th Of July Fireworks Show
 B.Presentation Of Visit Longmont 2018 Year End Report
7.FIRST CALL – PUBLIC INVITED TO BE HEARD
 (Three-minute limitation per speaker)
8.CONSENT AGENDA AND INTRODUCTION AND READING BY TITLE OF FIRST READING ORDINANCES
 A.O-2019-25, A Bill For An Ordinance Authorizing The City Of Longmont To Lease The Real Property Known As The Newby Property (The Premises) To Sipe Farms, Llc (Tenant) (Public Hearing And Second Reading Scheduled For April 9, 2019)
 B.R-2019-30, A Resolution Of The Longmont City Council Approving The Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City And The Colorado Department Of Public Safety, Division Of Criminal Justice For Coordinated Response And Assistance To Domestic Violence Crime Victims Y4 Grant 
 C.R-2019-31, A Resolution Of The Longmont City Council Approving The Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City, Acting By And Through Its Water Utility Enterprise; East Cherry Creek Valley Water And Sanitation District, Acting On Its Own And On Behalf Of Its East Cherry Creek Valley Water Activity Enterprise, Inc.; Arapahoe County Water And Wastewater Authority; And United Water And Sanitation District For A Short-Term Raw Water Exchange 
 D.R-2019-32, A Resolution Of The Longmont City Council Approving The Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City And Boulder County For Its Genesister Program 
 E.R-2019-33, A Resolution Of The Longmont City Council Approving The Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City And Workforce Boulder County For Internship Sponsor Agreements From March 2019 Through February 2020 
 F.R-2019-34, A Resolution Of The Longmont City Council Approving The Library Consortium Agreement With The Flatirons Library Consortium For Shared Library Services 
 G.R-2019-35, A Resolution Of The Longmont City Council Approving The Intergovernmental Agreement Between The City And Boulder County For Its Genesis Program 
 H. Reappoint Affordable Housing Technical Review Group (TRG) Members For 2019 While The Funding Process For Affordable Housing Projects Is Reviewed 
 I. Approve Two Capital Improvement Program Amendments 
 J. Approve 2019 Neighborhood Improvement Program Grant Recommendations 
9.ORDINANCES ON SECOND READING AND PUBLIC HEARINGS ON ANY MATTER
 A.O-2019-16, A Bill For An Ordinance Making Additional Appropriations For The Expenses And Liabilities Of The City Of Longmont For The Fiscal Year Beginning January 1, 2019
 B.O-2019-17, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Section 15.04.030 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Affordable Housing Incentives
 C.O-2019-18, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Chapter 4.78 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Fee Collection, And Related Provisions
 D. Ordinances Amending The Longmont Municipal Code On City Rebate Programs
 1.O-2019-19, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Chapter 4.08 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Property Tax Refund To Incorporate City Rebate Programs For Income-Qualified Residents
 2.O-2019-20, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Section 14.04.095 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Water Bill Rebate And Relocating To Chapter 4.08 Of The Longmont Municipal Code
 3.O-2019-21, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Section 14.32.040 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Residential Self-Generation Rate (Rgen)
 4.O-2019-22, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Section 14.32.030 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Residential Demand Rate (Rd)
 5.O-2019-23, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Section 14.50.050 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Rebates And Relocating To Chapter 4.08 Of The Longmont Municipal Code
 6.O-2019-24, A Bill For An Ordinance Amending Section 14.32.020 Of The Longmont Municipal Code On Residential Energy Rate (Re)
 E. Public Hearing On Consolidated Annual Performance Report (CAPER) For 2018 Community Development Block Grant And HOME Programs
10.ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA
11.GENERAL BUSINESS
 A.Compensation Review For Judge
 B.Proposed Changes To The Longmont Fair Campaign Practices Act (LFCPA)
 C.Sugarmill Outparcel Annexation Referral
 D.2019 Legislative Bills Recommended For City Council Position
12.FINAL CALL – PUBLIC INVITED TO BE HEARD
13.MAYOR AND COUNCIL COMMENTS
14.CITY MANAGER REMARKS
15.CITY ATTORNEY REMARKS
16.ADJOURN

UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

Study Session – Tuesday, April 02, 2019

Regular Session – Tuesday, April 09, 2019

Study Session – Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Regular Session – Tuesday, April 23, 2019

This notice is available to the public:

-on line at http://longmontcolorado.gov/  

-on the Civic Center bulletin boards, 350 Kimbark St., west and south entrances

-at the City Clerk’s Office, 350 Kimbark St., 303-651-8649

Current Balance in General Fund Council Contingency: $35,000

If you need special assistance in order to participate in a City Council meeting, please contact Valeria Skitt, City Clerk, at 303-651-8649, in advance of the meeting to make arrangements.

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