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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 5/8/2018 1:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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CPC CA 18-00014 24A.A. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-37 amending Section 102 (General Standards) of Part 1 (General Standards) of Article 4 (Site Development Standards) of Chapter 7 (Planning, Development and Building) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to Screening and Fencing. (Legislative) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Meggan Herington, Assistant Planning Directorfinally passedPass Action details Not available
CPC CA 18-00020 24A.B. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-38 amending Section 1102 (Specific Requirements Prior to Building Permit Issuance) of Part 11 (Assurances and Guaranties for Public Improvements) of Article 7 (Subdivision Regulations) of Chapter 7 (Planning, Development and Building) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to Utilities Charges. (Legislative) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Meggan Herington, Assistant Planning Director Mike Schultz, Principal Plannerfinally passedPass Action details Not available
CPC PUZ 17-00122 24A.C. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-39 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 62.5 acres from A (Agriculture) to PUD (Planned Unit Development; single-family residential, 2.45 DU/AC, 35-foot maximum building height), located southwest of Hawkstone Drive and Walnut Creek Drive. (Quasi-Judicial) Related Files: CPC PUZ 17-00122, CPC ZC 17-00123, CPC PUD 17-00124 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development Catherine Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Developmentfinally passedPass Action details Not available
CPC ZC 17-00123 24A.D. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-40 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 10.2 acres from A (Agriculture) to PK (Public Parks), located southwest of Hawkstone Drive and Walnut Creek Drive. (Quasi-Judicial) Related Files: CPC PUZ 17-00122, CPC ZC 17-00123, CPC PUD 17-00124 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development Catherine Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Developmentfinally passedPass Action details Not available
18-0167 24A.E. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-41 amending multiple sections within Chapter 1 (Administration, Personnel, and Finance) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to Colorado Springs Utilities Presenter: Ken Burgess, Division Chief-Utilities, Office of the City Attorney Jerry A. Forte, P.E., CEO, Colorado Springs Utilitiesfinally passedPass Action details Not available
18-0188 24A.F. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-42 amending Article 1 (General Provisions) of Chapter 12 (Utilities) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to Colorado Springs Utilities Presenter: Ken Burgess, Division Chief-Utilities, Office of the City Attorney Jerry A. Forte, P.E., CEO, Colorado Springs Utilitiesfinally passedPass Action details Not available
18-0223 14B.A. MinutesCity Council Regular Meeting Minutes April 24, 2018 Presenter: Sarah B. Johnson, City ClerkapprovedPass Action details Not available
18-0150 14B.B. ResolutionA Resolution Authorizing the Acquisition of Approximately 40 Acres of Real Property Owned by Justin Watkins and Melissa Watkins for the Purpose of Public Open Space and Trails as an Extension of Cheyenne Mountain State Park Presenter: Britt Haley, Design and Development Manager / TOPS Program Manager - Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services David Deitemeyer, Senior Landscape Architect - Parks, Recreation and Cultural ServicesadoptedPass Action details Not available
18-0152 14B.C. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-44 amending Ordinance No. 17-116 (2018 Appropriation Ordinance) for a supplemental appropriation to the Trails, Open Space and Parks (TOPS) Fund in the amount of $159,500 for acquisition of approximately 40 acres owned by Justin Watkins and Melissa Watkins for the purpose of public open space and trails as an extension of Cheyenne Mountain State Park Presenter: Britt Haley, Design and Development Manager/TOPS Program Manager - Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services David Deitemeyer, Senior Landscape Architect - Parks, Recreation and Cultural Servicesapproved on first readingPass Action details Not available
18-0197 14B.D. ResolutionA Resolution Authorizing the Acquisition of Approximately 31.918 Acres Owned by Jacob Snell and Shantell Snell for the Purpose of Public Open Space and Trails as an Extension of Cheyenne Mountain State Park Presenter: Britt Haley, Design and Development Manager / TOPS Program Manager David Deitemeyer, Senior Landscape Architect - Parks, Recreation and Cultural ServicesadoptedPass Action details Not available
18-0196 14B.E. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-45 amending Ordinance No. 17-116 (2018 Appropriation Ordinance) for a supplemental appropriation to the Trails, Open Space and Parks (TOPS) Fund in the amount of $139,000 for acquisition of approximately 31.918 acres owned by Jacob Snell and Shantell Snell for the purpose of public open space and trails as an extension of Cheyenne Mountain State Park Presenter: Britt Haley, Design and Development Manager / TOPS Program Manager David Deitemeyer, Senior Landscape Architectapproved on first readingPass Action details Not available
18-0194 14B.F. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-46 amending Section 507 (License Fees Enumerated) of Part 5 (License Fees) of Article 1 (General Business License Provisions) of Chapter 2 (Business Licensing, Liquor Regulation and Taxation) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to bicycle-share business licensing Presenter: Sarah B. Johnson, City Clerkapproved on first readingPass Action details Not available
18-0193 14B.G. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-47 adopting a new Part 13 (Bicycle-Share Businesses) of Article 3 (Sales of Goods and Services) of Chapter 2 (Business Licensing, Liquor Regulations and Taxation) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to bicycle-share business licenses and providing penalties for the violation thereof Presenter: Jill Gaebler, District 5 City Council Member Susan Edmonson, Downtown Partnership Sarah B. Johnson, City Clerk Mitch Hammes, Code Enforcement Services Managerapproved on first readingPass Action details Not available
18-0200 14B.H. ResolutionA Public Hearing for the Consideration of Resolutions Regarding Certain Changes to Colorado Springs Utilities’ Tariffs and Request Such Changes be approved by Resolutions Presenter: Sonya Thieme, Rates Manager Eric Tharp, Acting CEO, Colorado Springs UtilitiesreferredPass Action details Not available
18-0204 15.A. RecognitionA Resolution of Appreciation for Kelly Eliason on the occasion of her retirement from the City of Colorado Springs Presenter: Greg Warnke, Manager, Parking System EnterpriseadoptedPass Action details Video Video
18-0195 25.B. ResolutionA Resolution to acknowledge and endorse the achievement of accreditation by Colorado Springs Police Department, Colorado Springs Fire Department, and Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management. Presenter: Bret Waters, Director, Office of Emergency Management Ted Collas, Fire Chief, Colorado Springs Fire Department Pete Carey, Police Chief, Colorado Springs Police DepartmentadoptedPass Action details Video Video
18-0217 15.C. RecognitionA Resolution recognizing May 15, 2018 as Peace Officers Memorial Day in Colorado Springs Presenter: Commander Dave Edmondson, Colorado Springs Police DepartmentadoptedPass Action details Video Video
18-0225 15.D. ResolutionA Resolution of Appreciation designating May as Historic Preservation Month. Presenter: Hannah Van Nimwegen, Senior Planner, Planning & Development Department Dan Sexton, Senior Planner, Planning & Development Department Peter Wysocki, Planning & Development DirectoradoptedPass Action details Video Video
18-0208 15.E. RecognitionA Proclamation proclaiming May 2018 as Older Americans Month in Colorado Springs Presenter: Claire Anderson, Executive Director, Innovations in Aging Collaborativereceived  Action details Video Video
18-0199 19.A. ResolutionStormwater: Proposed Utilities Rules and Regulations Changes Presenter: Chris Bidlack, Senior Attorney, City Attorney’s OfficeadoptedPass Action details Video Video
18-0215 19.B. Informational ReportOrdinance No. 18-48 amending Sections 102 (Legislative Findings), 107 (Authorities, Powers and Duties of Utilities Chief Executive Officer), and 112 (User Charges for Utility Service), and creating a new Section 120 (Stormwater Service Fee Billing) of Article 1 (General Provisions) of Chapter 12 (Utilities) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to changes related to Stormwater billing. Presenter: Chris Bidlack, Senior Attorney, Colorado Springs City Attorney’s Office - Utilities Divisionapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
CPC CA 17-00144 210.A. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-43 amending Section 705 (Right of Way Dedication and Street Improvements) of Part 7 (Streets in Subdivisions), Section 1102 (Specific Requirements Prior to Building Permit Issuance) of Part 11 (Assurances and Guaranties for Public Improvements), and repealing Part 19 (Banning Lewis Ranch Annexor Fees and Reimbursements), all of Article 7 (Subdivision Regulations) of Chapter 7 (Planning, Development and Building) of the Code of the City Of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to Banning Lewis Ranch Regulations (Legislative) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Developmentfinally passedPass Action details Video Video
18-0145 211.A. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-50 repealing and reordaining Part 1 (Fire Prevention Code) of Article 4 (Fire Prevention) of Chapter 8 (Public Safety) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, adopting the 2015 Edition of the International Fire Code with amendments and providing penalties for the violation thereof Presenter: Fire Marshal Brett Laceyapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
CPC CA 18-00033 211.B. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-51 amending Section 205 (Additional Standards for Specific Land Uses) of Part 2 (Commercial Districts) of Article 3 (Land Use Zoning Districts) of Chapter 7 (Planning, Development and Building) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to the cultivation of marijuana and medical marijuana in violation of the Zoning Code and providing remedies for the violation thereof (Legislative) Presenter: Mattie Albert Gullixson, Senior Regulatory Compliance AnalystdeniedFail Action details Video Video
CPC CA 18-00033 211.B. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-51 amending Section 205 (Additional Standards for Specific Land Uses) of Part 2 (Commercial Districts) of Article 3 (Land Use Zoning Districts) of Chapter 7 (Planning, Development and Building) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to the cultivation of marijuana and medical marijuana in violation of the Zoning Code and providing remedies for the violation thereof (Legislative) Presenter: Mattie Albert Gullixson, Senior Regulatory Compliance Analystapproved on first readingPass Action details Not available
18-00033 211.C. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-52 amending Section 211 (Personal Cultivation of Medical Marijuana) of Part 2 (Other Dangerous Weapons and Substances) of Article 7 (Dangerous Weapons and Substances) of Chapter 9 (Public Offenses) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to the cultivation of marijuana and providing penalties for the violation thereof Presenter: Mattie Albert Gullixson, Senior Regulatory Compliance AnalystdeniedFail Action details Not available
18-00033 211.C. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-52 amending Section 211 (Personal Cultivation of Medical Marijuana) of Part 2 (Other Dangerous Weapons and Substances) of Article 7 (Dangerous Weapons and Substances) of Chapter 9 (Public Offenses) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to the cultivation of marijuana and providing penalties for the violation thereof Presenter: Mattie Albert Gullixson, Senior Regulatory Compliance Analystapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
18-0163 111.D. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 18-53 amending Section 212 (Unlawful Transfer of Marijuana) of Part 2 (Other Dangerous Weapons and Substances) of Article 7 (Dangerous Weapons and Substances) of Chapter 9 (Public Offenses) of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs 2001, as amended, pertaining to the unlawful transfer of marijuana and providing penalties for the violation thereof Presenter: Mattie Albert Gullixson, Senior Regulatory Compliance Analystapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
18-0170 111.E. ResolutionResolution approving an amendment to the Service Plan for the Wildgrass at Rockrimmon Metropolitan District. Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Development Carl Schueler, Comprehensive Planning Manager, Planning & Community Development Departmentpostponed to a date certainPass Action details Video Video
CPC PUP 05-00078-A3MJ18 112.A. Planning CaseA major amendment to the Victory Ridge PUD Concept Plan (previously named Colorado Crossing) illustrating future development of the 152.4 acres located at the southeast intersection of Interquest Parkway and Voyager Parkway. (Quasi-Judicial) Related File: CPC PUZ 18-00016 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Directory Planning and Community Development Catherine Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Development approvedPass Action details Video Video
CPC PUZ 18-00016 112.B. Planning CaseOrdinance No. 18-49 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs pertaining to 152.4 acres located at the southeast intersection of Interquest Parkway and Voyager Parkway from PUD (Planned Unit Development; maximum density of 24.99 du/ac residential, mixed-use, commercial, office, civic and park use with a maximum height of 125-feet) zone district to a PUD (Planned Unit Development; maximum density of 24.99 du/ac residential, mixed-use, commercial, office, light industrial, civic and park use with a maximum height of 125-feet) zone district. (Quasi-Judicial) Related File: CPC PUP 05-00078-A3MJ18 approved on first readingPass Action details Video Video