Minutes: July 2016

THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW
TOWN COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
JULY 11,2016

PRESENT: Mayor Kiddie; Mayor Pro-Tern Patricia Lilliston; Councilmembers: Leola Boone; Glenn Levy; Jon Richardson

EXCUSED: Dodie Dosh, Councilmember

STAFF MEMBERS PRESENT: Ryan Malarky, Town Attorney; Chuck Reid, Economic Consultant/Admin; Mark Toth, Police Chief; Sarah Albright, Town Clerk/Treasurer recorded the meeting.

Minutes are not verbatim.

MEETING TIME: 7:12 PM

LOCATION: Town Hall

REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW CALLED TO ORDER AT THE

TOWN HALL, 4176 BENTON STREETIROLL CALL

Mayor Kiddie called the meeting to order. Roll call. No conflicts were declared at this time.

CONSENT AGENDA

Kiddie introduced the agenda item.

UNSCHEDULED PUBLIC COMMENTS-COMMENTS

Kiddie introduced the agenda item.

Lou Fehlberg, resident, 4192 Ames, stated he had an issue with the parking at 43 rd Avenue in the alley between Sheridan and Ames. There were two businesses using the area to park vehicles for weeks at a time, specificallya concrete outfit, along with a fifth-wheeler, a front end loader, and a vehicle with Oklahoma plates which were expired. He would like to have it addressed and suggested signage that was posted to hourly parking or NO overnight. His concern was for his site line when trying to back out of his driveway. It has been an issue for many months.

Kate Power updated Council about developing at 43 rd and Eaton; they did receive the state issued manufacturer and wholesale license.

Amelie Starkey, resident, 4190 Depew, stated she was there to address major crime on her block. She wanted to have citizens know when these crimes happened as it would be helpful to know, to feel safer in the community.

Ms. Emilie Mitcham introduced herself to Council as the applicant for the council vacancy.

Mayor Kiddie thanked the audience for attending the meeting.

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH DISCUSSION

Kiddie introduced the agenda item.

Chief Toth stated the Police Department has a Facebook page and is up-to-date. Due to the interest, they are looking into a neighborhood watch program. He introduced Officer Adam Greco, a new officer, who has experience with neighborhood watch programs.

Officer Greco distributed literature to council and explained the process. Community meetings would be set up to look at interest, from that block captains would be assigned to assist within the whole community.

Lilliston stated she was enthused about the information disseminated and mentioned various ways to distribute and discuss the program, i.e. Meet & Greet; post on website and FB; and a separate mailing for the Neighborhood watch flyer.

DISCUSSION OF COUNCIL VACANCY STATUS

Kiddie introduced the agenda item.

Attorney Malarky stated the charter states within 30 days, subject to qualified applicants. One application was received. Options to go into community to get more interest, or set up interview the applicant. Sits on remainder of term, November 2019. Appoint at the next meeting.

Lilliston stated she was appreciative of the applicant. An interview allows the individual to ask questions as well and is a casual conversation. To provide mutual exchange from both parties in a timely manner.

Richardson said she is here and ready and was fine with accepting her.

An interview with Ms. Mitcham was scheduled for Tuesday, July 19, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Hall.

COMMITTEE REPORTS/STAFF UPDATES AND/OR REPORTS

Kiddie introduced the agenda item.

Admin Committee – Leola Boone, Chuck Reid, Mayor Kiddie, Sarah Albright, Bev Seidel

Reid noted the committee did meet and had a good meeting with additional follow up to be worked on between

the attorney, accountant, and the committee.

Economic Development – Glenn Levy, Chuck Reid

Meeting notes were in the packet. No new updates.

Finance Committee – Dodie Dosh, Patricia Lilliston, Sarah Albright

Meeting notes were in the packet. No new updates.

Public Safety Committee – Glenn Levy, Jon Richardson, Chief Toth

Meeting notes were in the packet. No new updates. Toth stated he would address the dangerous dog concerns from

residents with those individuals that have the animals in question.

Public Works Committee – Patricia Lilliston, Jon Richardson, John Pughes, Chief Toth

No new updates.

Engineering / John Enochs

No report! no new updates.

Planning / Travis Reynolds

No report!no new updates.

Court Clerk / Bev Seidel

Report was in the packet.

Police / Chief Mark Toth

Toth distributed his report and discussed the items. Officer Brian Toth was given an accommodation. Toth noted the department is drafting a new ordinance to address the parking and vandalism issues in the town.

Public Works Report / John Pughes

Report was in the packet.

Town Attorney’s Report and Update / Ryan Malarky

Malarky stated he was looking into retroactive right-of-way permits and moving forward they would need enforcement procedures to address issues as they were brought to their attention.

Town Clerk/Treasurer / Sarah Albright

Report was in the packet. No new updates.

COUNCIL MEMBERS’ REPORTS / ITEMS

Kiddie introduced the agenda item.

CML Conference – Lilliston stated it was a wonderful training opportunity and recommended attendance by others such as staff members.

Richardson thanked council for the opportunity. It was very valuable and the classes were very educational.

4th Annual Small Communities Workshop – Lilliston stated the workshop was August 18,2016. She planned to attend. If anyone else would like to register it looked to be very beneficial.

Live Well – Lilliston noted the agency provided resources for municipalities. She would set up a meeting to discuss the program further.

Wheat Ridge Business Association Meeting- Lilliston notes she and Albright would be attending the meeting.

Wheat Ridge Garden Tour – Lilliston attended the tour which featured Mountain View residents, Mr. and MrsLou Fehlberg. There was a well written article and chalk artwork on the corner of their property.

MAYOR’S REPORT/ITEMS

Kiddie introduced the agenda item. He stated he would try to help with the property on Eaton. He stated that he has been concerned for the police department in light of events that have been happening.

BREAK IN SESSION

9:20 PM

BACK IN SESSION

9:28 PM

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Kiddie introduced the agenda item.

At 9:29 PM, Councilmember Levy moved and Councilmember Boone seconded a motion to adjourn the regular meeting and convene in executive session to hold a conference with the Towns attorney and Staff Member Reid to receive legal advice on specific legal questions concerning a pending personnel matterpursuant to C.R.S.§ 24-6-402(4)(b). Upon a voice vote, Councilmembers Boone, Levy, Lilliston, and Richardson voted in favor of the motion.

At 10:42 PM, the Council convened in Regular Session, with Mayor Kiddie stating that the executive session had been concluded. The participants in the executive session were Councilmembers Boone, Levy, Lillistonand Richardson, Mayor Kiddie, Attorney Malarky and Staff Member Reid.

Mayor Kiddie asked, for the record, if any person who participated in the executive session believed that any substantial discussion of any matters not included in the motion to enter into the executive session occurred in violation of the Open Meetings Law, to state their concern for the record. No concerns were raised.

The Council took no further action related to the Executive Session.

MEETING TO ADJOURN

Councilmember moved and was seconded by Councilmember seconded a motion to adjourn the meeting. The motion was passed with gusto on a voice vote. Meeting adjourned at 10:44 PM.

ATTEST:

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Sarah Albright, CMC

Town Clerk/Treasurer

TOWN OF MOUNTAIN VIEW COUNCIL

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Jeff Kiddie
Mayor