Woodland Park City Council kicked off its first regular meeting of 2022 by appointing Lee Brown, Ken Hartsfield, and Kenneth Kennedy to the Planning Commission for a three year term ending in 2025. Council received four total applications to the Planning Commission. All applicants were at the City Council meeting to answer questions from Council.
No applications were received for the Board of Review. Three applications were received for the Historical Preservation Committee: incumbent members Laurie Glauth and David Langley, and new applicant Linda Alred. Due to absence of the three applicants at the meeting, appointments to the Historical Preservation Committee were tabled and will be added to the January 20, 2022 Agenda.
Mayor Pro-tem LaBarre read into the record a letter of support from City Council to the County of Boulder, Town of Superior, and City of Louisville. The letter will be mailed to representatives of those communities, all of which were affected by the devastating Marshall Fire last week.
Council voted unanimously to approve an engineering, design and construction oversight contract with JDS Hydro division of RESPEC in the amount of $107,000. This contract is required to meet a Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) requirement.
Council approved seven ordinances on initial posting and set the public hearing for all ordinances for January 20, 2022. You can read the ordinances on initial posting on page two of the agenda.
The next City Council meeting will be on January 20, 2022 at 7pm at Woodland Park City Council Chambers or via Zoom. It will also be livestreamed on our Facebook page.
Find Meeting Agendas/Minutes: https://www.city-woodlandpark.org/427/Agendas-Minutes
A recording of the January 6, 2022 City Council Meeting can be found here.