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Meeting Name: City Council Agenda status: Final-revised
Meeting date/time: 9/24/2019 10:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Council Chambers
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19-486 24A.A. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-60 amending Ordinance No. 18-118 (2019 Appropriation Ordinance) for a supplemental appropriation to the Colorado Springs Airport Capital Improvement Program fund in the amount of $2,700,000 for Airport Land Development and the Airport Master Plan Presenter: Charae McDaniel, Chief Financial Officer Troy Stover, Assistant Director of Aviationfinally passedPass Action details Not available
19-398 14A.C. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-62 organizing the MW Retail Business Improvement District and appointing an initial Board of Directors. (Legislative Item) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Carl Schueler, Comprehensive Planning Manager, Planning & Community Development Departmentfinally passedPass Action details Not available
CPC PUZ 19-00032 24A.D. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-63 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Spring pertaining to 0.63 of an acre located at the northeast corner of South Sierra Madre Street and West Fountain Boulevard from M-1 (Light Industrial) to PUD (Planned Unit Development: Multi-Family Residential, 28 dwelling units per acre, maximum building height of 14-feet). (Quasi-Judicial) Related file: CPC PUD 19-00033 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development Matthew Fitzsimmons, Planner II, Urban Planning Divisionfinally passedPass Action details Not available
19-581 14B.A. MinutesCity Council Regular Meeting Minutes September 10, 2019 Presenter: Sarah B. Johnson, City ClerkapprovedPass Action details Not available
19-582 14B.B. ResolutionsAppointments to Boards and Commissions Presenter: Jacquelyn Puett, Assistant to CouncilapprovedPass Action details Not available
19-510 14B.C. ResolutionA resolution authorizing the disposal of surplus, City-owned property to JVKHE-2, LLC, ("Purchaser") as the one logical, potential purchaser. Presenter: Greg Phillips, Director of Aviation, Colorado Springs AirportadoptedPass Action details Not available
19-518 15.A. RecognitionA Proclamation Honoring Arts Month Presenter: Tom Strand, Council Memberreceived  Action details Video Video
19-519 15.B. RecognitionProclamation in Honor of the 6th Annual Creek Week Presenter: Jill Gaebler, City Council Memberreceived  Action details Video Video
19-526 15.C. ResolutionResolution to Support October 2019 as Fire Prevention Month in the City of Colorado Springs adoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-508 14A.B. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-61 of the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado providing for the refunding of certain outstanding Utilities System Revenue Bonds of the City; providing for the extension, betterment, other improvement and equipment of the City of Colorado Springs Utilities System; providing for the issuance and sale of the City of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Utilities System Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2019A in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $110,000,000, payable solely out of the net revenues to be derived from the operation of the City of Colorado Springs Utilities System; authorizing the execution by the City of a Paying Agent Agreement, a Bond Purchase Agreement and an Official Statement related thereto; and providing other matters relating thereto: Presenter: Scott Shewey, Acting Chief Planning and Financial Officer, Colorado Springs Utilities Aram Benyamin, Chief Executive Officer, Colorado Springs Utilitiesfinally passedPass Action details Video Video
CPC ZC 18-00083 24B.D. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-64 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs pertaining to 4.77 acres located southwest of East Fountain Boulevard and Alvarado Drive from OC/PBC/cr/AO (Office Complex and Planned Business Center with conditions of record and Airport Overlay) to PBC/AO (Planned Business Center with Airport Overlay). (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC ZC 18-00083, and CPC DP 18-00084 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Rachel Teixeira, Planner II, Planning and Community Developmentapproved on first readingPass Action details Not available
CPC DP 18-00084 24B.E. Planning CaseA development plan for Fountain Self-Storage illustrating a mini-warehouse facility on 4.77 acres located southwest of East Fountain Boulevard and Alvarado Drive. (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC ZC 18-00083, and CPC DP 18-00084 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Rachel Teixeira, Planner II, Planning and Community DevelopmentapprovedPass Action details Video Video
19-396 111.A. ResolutionA resolution approving a service plan allowing for the creation of the Stadium Metropolitan District. (Legislative) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Carl Schueler, Planning Manager- Comprehensive Planning, Planning & Development DepartmentadoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-397 111.B. ResolutionA Resolution approving a service plan allowing for the creation of the Chapel Heights Metropolitan District (Legislative) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Carl Schueler, Planning Manager- Comprehensive Planning, Planning and Development DepartmentdeniedFail Action details Not available
19-397 111.B. ResolutionA Resolution approving a service plan allowing for the creation of the Chapel Heights Metropolitan District (Legislative) Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Development Carl Schueler, Planning Manager- Comprehensive Planning, Planning and Development Departmentpostponed to a date certainPass Action details Video Video
19-577 111.C. ResolutionA resolution approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute and administer the Intergovernmental Agreements between the City of Colorado Springs and the Colorado Department of Transportation for the construction management and the maintenance and operations obligations associated with the extension of State Highway 21 between I-25 Expressway and Voyager Parkway. Presenter: Travis Easton, P.E., Director of Public WorksadoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-578 111.D. ResolutionA resolution approving and authorizing the Mayor to execute and administer the Intergovernmental Agreement between the City of Colorado Springs and the Copper Ridge Metropolitan District for the construction oversight, construction management and certain maintenance and operations obligations associated with the extension of State Highway 21 between I-25 Expressway and Voyager Parkway Presenter: Travis Easton, P.E., Director of Public WorksadoptedPass Action details Video Video
19-425 111.E. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-82 amending Chapter 7 of the Code of the City of Colorado Springs pertaining to the occupancy of short term rental units Presenter: Morgan Hester, Principal Planner Peter Wysocki, Director of Planning and Community Developmentreferred  Action details Video Video
CPC V 19-00065 112.A. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-65 vacating a public right-of-way described as a portion of Tejon Place and the adjacent ten foot alleys south of E. Navajo St. and east of S. Tejon St. within the Maddock’s Addition to Ivywild and the Williamson’s Addition to Ivywild consisting of 0.104 acres. Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development Department Ryan Tefertiller, Manager, Urban Planning Divisionapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
CPC A 13-00004R 112.B. Planning CaseA resolution adopting findings of fact and conclusions of law based thereon and determining the eligibility for annexation of property known as the Church for All Nations Annexation. (Legislative) Related Files: CPC A 13-00004, CPC A 13-00004R, CPC PUZ 13-00138, CPC PUP 13-00139 Presenter: Katie Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Development Peter Wysocki, Planning and Community Development DirectoradoptedPass Action details Video Video
CPC A 13-00004 212.C. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-66 annexing into the City of Colorado Springs that area known as the Church for All Nations Annexation consisting of 52.78 acres. (Legislative) Related Files: CPC A 13-00004, CPC A 13-00004R, CPC PUZ 13-00138, CPC PUP 13-00139 Presenter: Katie Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Development Peter Wysocki, Planning and Community Development Directorapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
CPC PUZ 13-00138 212.D. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-67 amending the Zoning Map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 43.72 acres located northeast of Powers Boulevard and Dublin Boulevard establishing the PUD (Planned Unit Development; Mixed Commercial, Residential, Religious Institution; maximum residential density 20 DU/AC; 45-feet maximum building height with 75-feet for architectural features with Airport Overlay) zone district. (Legislative) Related Files: CPC A 13-00004, CPC A 13-00004R, CPC PUZ 13-00138, CPC PUP 13-00139 Presenter: Katie Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Development Peter Wysocki, Planning and Community Development Director   Action details Video Video
CPC PUZ 13-00138 212.D. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-67 amending the Zoning Map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 43.72 acres located northeast of Powers Boulevard and Dublin Boulevard establishing the PUD (Planned Unit Development; Mixed Commercial, Residential, Religious Institution; maximum residential density 20 DU/AC; 45-feet maximum building height with 75-feet for architectural features with Airport Overlay) zone district. (Legislative) Related Files: CPC A 13-00004, CPC A 13-00004R, CPC PUZ 13-00138, CPC PUP 13-00139 Presenter: Katie Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Development Peter Wysocki, Planning and Community Development Directorapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
CPC PUP 13-00139 212.E. Planning CaseThe Church for All Nations Concept Plan illustrating future development of 43.71 acres for mixed commercial and residential use located northeast of Powers Boulevard and Dublin Boulevard. (Quasi-Judicial) Related Files: CPC A 13-00004, CPC A 13-00004R, CPC PUZ 13-00138, CPC PUP 13-00139 Presenter: Katie Carleo, Principal Planner, Planning and Development Peter Wysocki, Planning and Community Development DirectorapprovedPass Action details Video Video
CPC PUZ 19-00006 212.F. OrdinanceOrdinance No. 19-68 amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 4 acres located at the southwest corner of Peterson Road and Pony Tracks Drive from R-1 6000/DF/AO (single-family residential with a design flexibility overlay and an airport overlay) to PUD/AO (single-family residential, maximum gross density of 9 dwelling units per acre with a 35-foot maximum building height with an Airport Overlay) (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC PUZ 19-00006, CPC PUD 19-00007 Presenter: Hannah Van Nimwegen, Senior Planner, Planning & Community Development Peter Wysocki, Planning & Community Development Directorapproved on first readingPass Action details Video Video
CPC PUD 19-00007 212.G. Planning CaseA development plan for the Pony Park Residences, a single-family residential development located southwest corner of Peterson Road and Pony Tracks Drive and consisting of 4 acres. (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC PUZ 19-00006, CPC PUD 19-00007 Presenter: Hannah Van Nimwegen, Senior Planner, Planning & Community Development Peter Wysocki, Planning & Community Development DirectorapprovedPass Action details Video Video
CPC PUZ 19-000061 212.H. OrdinanceAn ordinance amending the zoning map of the City of Colorado Springs relating to 15.67 acres located on the southwest corner of Woodmen Road and Austin Bluffs Parkway from OC/PBC/AO/SS (Office Complex and Planned Business Center with Airport and Streamside Overlay) to PUD/AO/SS (Planned Unit Development: Single-Family Residential, maximum density of 3.6 dwelling units per acre, 35-foot maximum building height with Airport and Streamside Overlay) (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC PUZ 19-00061, CPC CP 08-00142-A7MN19, CPC PUD 19-00063 Presenter: Tasha Brackin, Senior Planner, Planning & Community Development Peter Wysocki, Planning & Community Development DirectordeniedFail Action details Video Video
CPC CP 08-00142-A7MN19 212.I. Planning CaseA minor concept plan amendment changing the land use designation of 15.67 acres from commercial and medical office to single-family residential, located at the southwest corner of Woodmen Road and Austin Bluffs Parkway. (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC PUZ 19-00061, CPC CP 08-00142-A7MN19, CPC PUD 19-00063 Presenter: Tasha Brackin, Senior Planner, Planning & Community Development Peter Wysocki, Planning & Community Development DirectordeniedFail Action details Video Video
CPC PUD 19-00063 212.J. Planning CaseThe Trailside at Cottonwood Creek PUD Development Plan proposing 56 single-family lots on 15.67 acres with a maximum building height of 35-feet, located at the southwest corner of Woodmen Road and Austin Bluffs Parkway. Related Files: CPC PUZ 19-00061, CPC CP 08-00142-A7MN19, CPC PUD 19-00063 Presenter: Tasha Brackin, Senior Planner, Planning & Community Development Peter Wysocki, Planning & Community Development DirectordeniedFail Action details Video Video
19-596 114.A. Informational ReportIn accord with City Charter art. III, § 3-60(d) and its incorporated Colorado Open Meetings Act, C.R.S. § 24-6-402(4)(b), the City Council, in Open Session, is to determine whether it will hold a Closed Executive Session. The issue to be discussed involves consultation with the City Attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions related to the interpretation of Colorado law, the City Charter, City Code, and City Council Rules. The President of Council shall poll the City Councilmembers, and, upon consent of two-thirds of the members present, may hold a Closed Executive Session. If consent to the Closed Executive Session is not given, the item may be discussed in Open Session or withdrawn from consideration. Presenter: Wynetta Massey, City Attorneyapproved  Action details Video Video