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Tentative Council Calendar

This document is a work-product used as a means of communicating and assisting staff and elected officials with schedules and agendas of future meetings. This is only a draft, subject to change, and should not be considered a final document. Not for public distribution.

**REZONING (Letter Change) requires a month between 1st and 2nd reading to allow time for newspaper noticing of the public hearing.**

December 19, 2017 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, December 5)

Consent Agenda

  1. A resolution to approve a budget transfer related to police investigation (Tiffany)

  2. Cancel December 26 and January 2 meetings

  3. December 7, 2017 Minutes

  4. Motion recommending appointment of Victim Assistance Coordinator Linda Suttle to the Arapahoe County Community Corrections Board

Ordinances on First Reading

  1. An ordinance on first reading establishing procedures for preliminary project plan into Title 10, Zoning Code (Steve/Jocelyn)

  2. An ordinance on first reading, amending Title 8, Chapter 11, Special Districts to remove an outdated development review fee for establishment of metropolitan districts.

  3. An ordinance on first reading, amending ordinance no. 23, series of 2017, known as the “annual appropriation bill” for the 2018 budget

  4. An ordinance on first reading amending Title 1, Chapter 9, Sections 1-9-1 and 1-9-2 of the Littleton City Code

General Business

  1. A resolution to approve a lease for Fire Prevention office space – Reester

  2. Discussion regarding vacancies on City of Littleton Urban Renewal Board

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

  1. An ordinance on second reading approving changes to the definitions within the Sales Tax Code

  2. An ordinance on second reading, amending ordinance no. 21, series of 2016, known as the “annual appropriation bill”

  3. An ordinance on second reading, amending the Emergency Medical Transportation Enterprise 2017 Budget

December 26, 2017 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session – CANCELED

2018

January 2, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, December 19) – CANCELED

January 5, 2018 – Tour of City facilities and WWTP (4 CC members attending)

January 9, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday January 2)

  1. Presentation for priority based budgeting

  2. Audit Planning

  3. Boards & Commissions Interview Process

  4. City Attorney and City Manager updates

January 16, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, January 2)

Consent Agenda

  1. A resolution specifying the location where notices of public meetings are to be posted and identifying the newspaper where notices and other information required to be published will be printed

  2. A resolution to amend the 2016 CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) IGA with Arapahoe County (David Flaig)

Ordinances on First Reading

  1. Platte 56 Vacation of Easements (three ordinances) (Steve)

  2. An ordinance adopting and entering into the Trust Agreement for the Colorado Firefighter Heart and Cancer Benefits Trust and taking other actions in connection therewith (Julie)

  3. An ordinance on first reading amending Title 1, Chapter 9, Sections 1-9-1 and 1-9-2 of the Littleton City Code

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

  1. An ordinance on second reading establishing procedures for preliminary project plan

    into Title 10, Zoning Code

  2. An ordinance on second reading, amending Title 8, Chapter 1, Special Districts to remove an outdated development review fee for establishment of metropolitan districts.

  3. An ordinance on second reading, amending ordinance no. 23, series of 2017, known as the“annual appropriation bill” for the 2018 budget

January 18, 2018 – 7:30 a.m. – Littleton hosting – Arapahoe Commissioners, Mayors and City Managers Breakfast -(Mayor and City Manager ONLY)

January 23, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday January 16)

  1. Joint Meeting with Planning Commission: Review Draft Mineral Station Action Plan process and next steps (Jocelyn)

  2. Discussion of Police department’s FPPA Pension option

  3. Bio-gas options (John Kuosman – WWTP)

  4. City Attorney and City Manager updates

January 25, 2018, 7:30 a.m. – SSPRD Board and Staff breakfast in Community Room

Saturday, February 3, 2018 – City Council Retreat – Falls Event Center

February 6, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, January 16)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

a)

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

  1. Platte 56 Vacation of Easements (three ordinances) (Steve/Lena)

  2. An ordinance on second reading adopting and entering into the Trust Agreement for the Colorado Firefighter Heart and Cancer Benefits Trust and taking other actions in connection therewith (Julie)

  3. An ordinance on second reading amending Title 1, Chapter 9, Sections 1-9-1 and 1-9-2 of the Littleton City Code

February 13, 2018 – 5:30 p.m. – Board and Commission Interviews

February 14, 2018 – 5:30 p.m. – Board and Commission Interview

February 15, 2018 – 5:30 p.m. – Board and Commission Interviews (tentative, depending upon how many applications we receive)

February 20, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, February 6)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

a)

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

a)

February 23, 2018, 7:30 a.m. – Council Breakfast with Planning Commission at Museum

February 27, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday February 20)

  1. Updates to the City’s Sign Code

  2. Updates to the Planned Development Overlay Chapter of the Zoning Code

  3. Landscaping Code Amendments

  4. City Attorney and City Manager updates

March 6, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, February 20)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

a) Ordinance on first reading for amendments to the Planned Development Overlay chapter of the zoning code

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

a)

March 13, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday March 6)

  1. Comcast Franchise Agreement Discussion

  2. Xcel Underground Fund – policies and 5-year plan

  3. TABOR projects – approach and schedule (Keith Reester)

  4. Belleview Corridor Plan – Draft

  5. City Attorney and City Manager updates

March 20, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, March 6)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

a)

b)

General Business

a) Resolution Adopting the Mineral Station Master Plan

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

a)

March 23, 2018, 7:30 a.m. – Council Breakfast with Marketing Partners at Museum

March 27, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday March 20)

  1. Special Events Ordinance

  2. ADA Transition Plan

  3. Design Guidelines (Council Priority 4)

  4. Draft of strategic objectives for housing study (Randy/Jocelyn)

  5. City Attorney and City Manager updates

April 3, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, March 20)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

  1. An ordinance on first reading for special events

  2. An ordinance on first reading for amendments to the sign code c)

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

a)

April 10, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday April 3)

  1. Traffic Engineering Design Standards (TEDS)

  2. Zoning code amendments – Duplex and townhome setbacks and lot frontage updates

  3. Administrative Amendments to Sales Tax Code

c) City Attorney and City Manager updates

April 17, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, April 3)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

a)

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

  1. An ordinance on second reading for Special Events

  2. An ordinance on second reading for amendments to the Sign Code c)

April 20, 7:30 a.m. – Council Breakfast TBD at Museum

April 24, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday April 17)

  1. Joint Meeting with Planning Commission: Review Final Belleview Corridor Plan (Jocelyn)

  2. City Attorney and City Manager updates

    May 1, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, April 17)

    Consent Agenda

    a)

    Ordinances on First Reading

    1. Ordinance on first reading for amendments to the Planned Development Overlay chapter of the zoning code

    2. An ordinance on first reading for amendments to city landscape code

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

a)

May 8, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday May 1)

  1. Traffic Discussion

  2. City Attorney and City Manager updates

    May 15, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, May 1)

    Consent Agenda

    a)

    Ordinances on First Reading

    a)

    General Business

    a)

    Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

    1. Ordinance on second reading for amendments to the Planned Development Overlay chapter of the zoning code

    2. An ordinance on second reading for amendments to city landscape code

May 18, 2018, 7:30 a.m. – Council Breakfast TBD at Museum

May 22, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday May 15)

a)

b) City Attorney and City Manager updates

June 5, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, May 15)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

a) An Ordinance on first reading amending the Zoning Code Zoning code to update duplex and townhome setbacks and lot frontage requirements

General Business

  1. Council Priority 4 – Downtown Design Guidelines

  2. Council Priority 5 – Belleview Corridor Plan Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing a)

June 12, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday June 5)

  1. Presentation of 2018 Resident and Business Survey results by National Research Center

  2. City Attorney and City Manager updates

June 14, 2018 – 5:30 p.m. Board and Commission Dinner at Hudson Gardens June 20-22 – CML Conference in Vail

June 19, 2018 Regular Meeting (Legistar Tuesday, June 5)

Consent Agenda

a)

Ordinances on First Reading

a)

General Business

a)

Ordinances on Second Reading and Public Hearing

a) An Ordinance on second reading amending the Zoning Code Zoning code to update duplex and townhome setbacks and lot frontage requirements

June 26, 2018 – 6:30 p.m. – Study Session (Legistar Tuesday June 19)

  1. Cost of Service Study

  2. City Attorney and City Manager updates

    Items to be scheduled

    • Council and Chairs of Boards and Commissions breakfast meeting

    • Council and LIFT Board and staff breakfast meeting

    • Update to the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) transition plan (buildings & public right-of-way)

    • Communications and Marketing update/strategic comm. Plan

    • Wastewater Treatment Plant property disposal – Bennett Farm

    • An ordinance approving portable signs for properties with zero lot line.

    • Tour of School for the Blind

    • Airbnb regulations

    • Fire Department staffing – Battalion Chiefs and Inspectors (Mark)

    • Community Development – Review of city’s official zoning map (Jocelyn/Ken P)

    • Update on council's 2017 goals & priorities (include in the Retreat document – Feb 2, 2018)

    • Review Long Term Capital Funding Options (Priority 6

    • Historic Preservation Board

    • LIRC & AWRC

Events

Upcoming Events: 


Future District 3 meeting:    9:30 a.m. Sat Sept 29 at the Littleton Historical Museum, including a behind the scenes tour of the OUTDOOR historical farms.

Past Events: 

WHAT: District 3 citizen meeting

WHEN:  Sat Apr 21, 9:30a.m.

WHERE: Littleton Historical Museum,  6028 S Gallup St., Littleton

WHO: Everyone is welcome.

EXTRAS: Pastries and coffee will be provided by Manna Bakery.  District 3 is the southeast quadrant of Littleton, south of Caley, and east of Windermere.

Speaking events:

Completed – Littleton Candidate Forum, 7:00-8:45 p.m. Thu Sept 28, Buck Recreation Center, Littleton

Completed – House District 38 monthly meeting, 6:30 p.m. Oct 12, Prince of Peace Church, Windemere St, Littleton

Completed – Candidate Forum, 6:00 p.m. Monday Oct 16, Bemis Library, Littleton

Completed – Community Conversations Campaign Forum,Thu Oct 26, 7:00-8:30, South Fellowship Connections Room, 6520 S Broadway, Littleton

Campaign house parties:

Completed – Sat Sept 302:00-3:30,Mary Goshorn’s House 6640 S Forest Hill St

Completed – Sat Oct 72:00-3:30, Kathy and Ed Bartlett’s house, 7609 S Cedar Cir, Elaine Bernarding co-host

Completed – Sun Oct 82:00-3:30, Dave Schwan’s house, 8005 S Logan Dr.

Completed – Thu Oct 18 7:00-8:30 at the home of Chris and Merle Stambaugh, 6417 S Gallup, Littleton

Completed – Mon Oct 23, 7:00-8:30 at the home of Meg and Kent Woods, 1397 W Briarwood, Littleton

 

Western Welcome Week Parade

 

 

About

Carol Fey’s Background

Carol has lived in Littleton for 30 years.  She often testifies before City Council on behalf of citizen concerns. She has served on the Oakbrook Homeowners’ Association board of directors. As well as being a graduate of the Littleton Citizens’ Police Academy.

Carol was a technical sales manager and troubleshooter for Honeywell in the Mountain West for more than 20 years.  After she “graduated” from Honeywell, she went to work in Antarctica, living there a total of 7 months.  Her first trip was as a heating mechanic, a skill she learned through her career at Honeywell.  On her second trip, she was an emergency radio technician, communicating with remote field camps.

Carol holds two master’s degrees, one in Industrial Technology, and one in Literature. She has taught at the University of Minnesota, Bowling Green State University, and several technical colleges, including Littleton’s ACC.  She has published six books for those wanting to learn basic electricity, controls, and troubleshooting.

Carol’s kids, Marty and Kate, both graduated from Littleton’s Heritage High School and from the University of Colorado. She and civil engineer Patrick (Pat) Fitzgerald have been together for 17 years. They jokingly call their many evenings at city council meetings “date night at city hall.” as seen in photo below.

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Check out some of Carol’s publications here.

She has also created an online electricity course and published quick and easy books on electricity and hydronic controls. Check them out here.


Carol working in Antarctica. “After camping in a nylon tent in Antarctica, I feel brave about just about anything.”

Publications

Carol has had several of her articles published on topics she’s very familiar with. Everything from HVAC to fire protection in Antarctica.