City Council Agenda web






 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2020
6:00 PM

This meeting will be held remotely. Members of the public interested in joining the electronic meeting, please visit:

https://www.cityofdacono.com/319/City-Council


The council will use the call-in platform to accommodate public comments as best we can.


 

Roll Call

 

Pledge of Allegiance

 

Presentations and Proclamations - None

 

Public Comments on Issues not Scheduled on Agenda

 

Consent Agenda

             

 .A.

Minutes of the October 26, 2020 Regular Meeting

 .B.

Accounts Payable dated November 9, 2020 in the Amount of $209,843.67

 .C.

Approval of Resolution 20-92, approving a Notice of Intent to Remove and scheduling a Special Meeting

 .D.

Approval of Resolution 20-93, approving an expenditure to Ford AV in the amount of $276,259 for Audio/Video Equipment for the Police Station Annex and the City Hall and PD Remodels

 .E.

Approval of Resolution 20-94, approving an Agreement for Deputy Municipal Judge Services

 .F.

Approval of Resolution 20-97, approving an Agreement for Property Demolition

 

General Business

 .A.

Public Hearing and Approval of Ordinance 896, amending Chapter 4, Article 1 of the Dacono Municipal Code concerning the City’s Sales and Use Tax Code, on Second Reading

 .B.

Public Hearing and Approval of Ordinance 897, Rezoning certain property located at 917 Glen Ayre Street from C-1 Commercial District to R-2 Residential District, on First Reading; Approval of Resolution 20-95, approving a Final Plat for the Replat of Lot 1, Glens of Dacono Unit 1, and approving a PUD Final Development Plan for 917 Glen Ayre Street

 .C.

Consideration and Approval of Resolution 20-96, approving an Agreement and General Conditions of the Contract for Construction between the Owner (City Of Dacono) and Contractor (Elder Construction) for the Police Annex Building, City Hall Remodel, and Police Department Remodel

 

Staff Reports

 

Council Members

Robin Dunlap      Danny Long
Debbie Nasta               Jackie Thomas
Kathryn Wittman          Derrick Worden
Mayor Joe Baker
 

Adjournment