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Posted on: August 7, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Town Council Meeting Update - Aug. 7

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PUBLIC HEARINGS AND SECOND READINGS

Public Hearings


KOA Enclave Property Annexation and Zoning
The subject property, known as the KOA Property, is located in unincorporated Douglas County but surrounded by the Town of Parker for a period of not less than three years. The Town proposes an enclave annexation of the KOA Property and concurrently zoning it to A-Agricultural District. There are no development proposals for the subject property at this time. This item contains two proposed ordinances, one related to annexation and the other to zoning.
Approved 6-0 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Poage, Rivero, Toborg, Williams)

Hess Ranch Metro Districts Nos. 4 - 8
On June 17, Town Council approved amended and restated service plans for Hess Ranch Metro Districts 1, 2 and 3. Pursuant to the terms of the IGAs and Service Plans, the Districts have agreed to levy and remit to the Town a property tax of 5 mills, which will be used for the planning, design, construction and maintenance of Town infrastructure. This new item approved on first reading includes ordinances for the remaining five metro districts, Hess Ranch Metro Districts 4 through 8.
Approved 5-1 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Toborg, Williams; Opposed: Poage)


Consent Agenda

First Readings - Second Readings Scheduled for Aug. 19


Chambers Road Annexations and Zonings
The Town of Parker and Douglas County entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) in August 2015 for cost sharing of the Chambers Road widening from Mainstreet to Hess Road. The Chambers Road widening and related improvements identified in the IGA were completed in 2018. As a requirement of the IGA, the Town agreed to annex the section of Chambers Road located in unincorporated Douglas County from Mainstreet south to the Town boundary at the Heirloom (Parker Homestead) neighborhood. The three proposed annexations must be undertaken in several steps, using a process known as serial annexations, to comply with the contiguity requirements of the Municipal Annexation Act.
Approved 4:2 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Williams; Opposed: Poage, Toborg)

Hess Ranch Development Plan and Guide Amendment
Applicant JEN Colorado 18, LLC, proposes to amend the Hess Ranch Development Guide and Plan. The proposed amendment to the Development Guide and Plan would accommodate the applicant’s Segment 1 (Phase 1) development and implement zoning revisions required by the Partial Waiver Resolution approved by Town Council in May 2019. The major proposed amendments to the Development Guide and Plan including amending boundaries of select Planning Areas, revising lot size standards and implementing a Partial Waiver Resolution requirement on select Planning Areas.
Approved 4:2 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Williams; Opposed: Poage, Toborg)

School Resource Officers Cost Sharing Agreement
The Town entered into an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the Douglas County School District to make available it police officers to function as school resource officers (SRO’s) at Legend High School and Sierra Middle School. The school resource officers additionally provide services to include law enforcement, counseling and education to Cimarron Middle School located adjacent to Legend High School. Under the IGA between Parker and Douglas County School District, the cost for each SRO is shared as a 50/50 split. The split includes salary (which can vary based on where the officer is within the department’s step pay plan) and benefits for each officer required under the agreement.
Approved 4:2 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Williams; Opposed: Poage, Toborg)

Purchase and Sale Agreement of Pine Curve Property 
At the March 18, 2019 Town Council meeting, the Town Council approved a broker listing agreement between the Town and NavPoint Real Estate Group, LLC, for real property owned by the Town, including the Pine Curve Property. The purpose of this agenda item is for the Town Council to consider a purchase and sale agreement between the Town of Parker and UDC Miller, LLC, for the Pine Curve Property.
Approved 4:2 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Williams; Opposed: Poage, Toborg)

Factual Summaries for November 2019 Ballot 
The Town Council has placed ten measures on the ballot for the November 5, 2019 Special Election. The Fair Campaign Practices Act permits the Town to dispense factual summaries, which must include arguments both for and against any issue of official concern before the electorate of the Town. The summaries can not contain a conclusion or opinion in favor of or against any particular issue. The factual summaries attached to the resolution address nine of the ballot measures. There will be one additional measure, which will be included in the Analysis of the 2019 Ballot Proposals (a/k/a the “Blue Book”) published by Douglas County. In accordance with the Fair Campaign Practices Act, the factual summaries contain arguments both for and against the proposals and are not intended to urge a vote one way or another on the measures.
Approved 4:2 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Williams; Opposed: Poage, Toborg)

Public Hearing Procedure and Public Comment Policy Amendment  
This resolution adopts an amended Public Hearing Procedure and Public Comment Policy to include public comment rules of participation.
Approved 4:2 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Williams; Opposed: Poage, Toborg)


Motions, Contracts, Resolutions, Proclamations, Agreements 


Contracts Over $100,000
Six contracts over $100,000 were awarded by Town Council: 

1. A trade contractor agreement with Al Lenzi Group, LLC for the construction of the Parker Wayfinding Signage - Phase 3 (CDOT) project in the amount of $219,442.00. This project will complete the final phase (Phase 3) of the Town Wayfinding Signage Program by fabricating and installing twenty one (21) signs along Parker Road (State Highway 83) within the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) right-of-way.

2. A professional services agreement in the amount of $227,378 with Stanley Consultants Inc., for the construction management and material testing services for the Kings Point Way - Cottonwood Drive to Aurora Parkway project.

3. A Master Agreement awarded under SOQ-19- 005 in the amount of $130,000 to Inspire Creative, Inc. for their services as one of three Theatre Production Company’s the Parker Arts and Cultural Events Center will utilize for theatrical presentations and educational offerings. Performance Agreements will be issued for each production and class to address the specific details and compensation for each production.

4. A Master Agreement awarded under SOQ-19- 005 in the amount of $130,000 to Give 5 Productions, Inc. for their services as one of three Theatre Production Company’s the Parker Arts and Cultural Events Center will utilize for theatrical presentations and educational offerings. Performance Agreements will be issued for each production and class to address the specific details and compensation for each production.

5. A Master Agreement awarded under SOQ-19- 005 in the amount of $130,000 to Sasquatch Productions, Ltd. for their services as one of three Theatre Production Company’s the Parker Arts and Cultural Events Center will utilize for theatrical presentations and educational offerings. Performance Agreements will be issued for each production and class to address the specific details and compensation for each production. Division during the 2019 budget process. The addition of an asset management program will allow Town staff within multiple departments/divisions, to better serve the community with increased responsiveness. This program will provide accurate data and work records for decision making and budgeting while providing a return on investment through improved efficiencies and quality of work. 

6. Approval of the contracting method for the Lincoln Avenue Extension and Auxiliary Lane (CIP19-013) project.

Approved 4:2 (In Favor: Diak, Lewis, Rivero, Williams; Opposed: Poage, Toborg)

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