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[ARCHIVED] Town Council Meeting Update - May 3

Town Council Meeting Update

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PUBLIC HEARINGS

Public Hearings

Parkglenn Subdivision Filing No. 3, Lot 1, Block 2 - Rezoning
Two ordinances were approved relating to a rezoning request by applicant Masterworks, LLC for Lot 1, Block 2 of Parkglenn Filing No. 3, which is located at the southeast corner of Parker Road and Parkglenn Way. The applicant requested that the property by removed from the Parkglenn Planned Development and rezoned to C-Commercial zoning in order to allow the redevelopment of an existing service station and convenience store. The property owner expects to retain an existing car wash on the property in addition to constructing a new commercial building.
Approved 4-0 (In Favor: Diak, Hefta, Hendreks, Poage)

Ordinances


Lincoln Avenue Widening Project Intergovernmental Agreement
Town Council approved an intergovernmental agreement (IGA) with Douglas County for the conceptual/preliminary design of the proposed Lincoln Avenue Widening Project. An IGA was needed to formalize negotiations and jointly fund the conceptual/preliminary design efforts for this important infrastructure project, which will include the widening of Lincoln Avenue from four lanes to six lanes between Parker Road and Jordan Road. This proposed project is an important component to the Parker area’s long-term roadway transportation plan.
Approved 4-0 (In Favor: Diak, Hefta, Hendreks, Poage)

Resolutions


Anthology North Sketch and Preliminary Plan Partial Waiver
The property owner of the Anthology North development, North Parker Investments, L.L.C., and their development partner requested in 2019 that the Town allow them to segment (phase) the development because of its large size, major infrastructure requirements and need to address housing market conditions. In response, the Town Council approved Resolution No. 19-023 (the “Partial Waiver Resolution”) to allow segmentation of the development of the PD into three phases. During the May 3 meeting, Town Council approved a new resolution amend the Partial Waiver Resolution to allow the property owner and their development partner to further sequence the initial phase into Segments 1A, 1B and 1C. It also incorporates several minor amendments related to the Parks Master Plan and dedication of school sites that are limited in nature. This request does not change the planned development in any way other than allowing the property owner and their development partner to sequence Segment One into three manageable subareas. They will be required by the Land Development Ordinance and Partial Waiver Resolution to obtain Town Council approval for Segments 1A, 1B and 1C as well as future Segments Two and Three at a public hearing.
Approved 4-0 (In Favor: Diak, Hefta, Hendreks, Poage)


CONSENT AGENDA

First Readings - Second Readings Scheduled for May17

Lincoln Professional Park - Annexation and Zoning
Two ordinances have been proposed that related to the annexation and zoning of the Lincoln Professional Park property located in unincorporated Douglas County at the southeast corner of the intersection of Lincoln Road and Dransfeldt Road. This property is approximately 4.4 acres in size and is undeveloped except for several dilapidated agricultural buildings. The adjacent properties and surrounding area are located inside the Town of Parker’s boundary. The proposed zoning is C-Commercial, which would permit future commercial development that includes retail, service and restaurant uses.
Approved 4-0 (In Favor: Diak, Hefta, Hendreks, Poage)

Regional Hazardous Materials Board Termination 
In 2003, Town Council approved an ordinance adopting the Arapahoe/Douglas Counties Regional Hazardous Materials Board Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA). Currently, there is not a need for a board or the joint efforts that were necessary at the time of the 2003 IGA. Therefore, the jurisdictions that were party to the board have determined to terminate the board and agreement. If passed, this ordinance would enter the Town of Parker into a new agreement that terminates the prior IGA and board.
Approved 4-0 (In Favor: Diak, Hefta, Hendreks, Poage)

Motions, Contracts, Resolutions, Proclamations, Agreements


July 6 Town Council Meeting Reschedule to July 12
Town Council approved a motion to move the Tuesday, July 6 Town Council Meeting to Monday, July 12. Because the July 6 meeting was scheduled to follow the July 5 holiday closure day and some Councilmembers would still be out of town, there would not be a quorum for the meeting. Therefore, it was necessary to reschedule to July 12 to avoid a disruption of service.
Approved 4-0 (In Favor: Diak, Hefta, Hendreks, Poage)

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