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  1. Adopted
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation Designating the Week of May 19 - 25, 2024 as Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Week and Celebrating the Dedicated Work of the Denver Health Paramedic Division

    A motion offered by Council member Watson, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Proclamation 24-0683 be adopted, carried by the following vote:

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  2. Adopted
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation on Maternal Mental Health Awareness

    A motion offered by Council member Parady, duly seconded by Council member Lewis, that Council Proclamation 24-0684 be adopted, carried by the following vote:

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  3. Adopted
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation Honoring Our Fallen Heroes on Memorial Day

    A motion offered by Council member Watson, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Proclamation 24-0685 be taken out of order, carried by the following vote:

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  4. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor’s appointments to the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District. Approves the Mayoral appointments to the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District of Anthony Jordan with an end date of 4-30-2027 or until a successor is duly appointed and Carrie Newman with an end date of 10-31-2026 or until a successor is duly appointed. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0590 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  5. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor’s appointments to the Denver Immigrant and Refugee Commission. Approves the Mayoral appointment to the Denver Immigrant and Refugee Commission of Victoria Ballerini, Mazza Farajallah, Alejandra Peralta, and Michaely Rosas for a term ending on 5-14-2027 or until a successor is duly appointed. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0591 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  6. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor’s appointment to the Denver Community Corrections Board. Approves the Mayoral appointment of Andrew Zavaras to the Community Corrections Board for a term ending 5-14-2028 or until a successor is duly appointed. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0596 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  7. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor’s appointments to the Denver African American Commission. Approves the Mayoral appointments of Stephanie Laing and Elia Martin to the Denver African American Commission for a term ending on 5-14-2027 or until a successor is duly appointed. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0597 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  8. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Submittable Holdings Inc. for the purchase of software licensing, implementation, and support for a grant management system. Approves an agreement with Submittable Holdings Inc. for $1,685,880 and an end date of 6-1-2029 for the purchase of software licensing, implementation, and ongoing support of a new grant management system, citywide (TECHS-202371318). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0600 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  9. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Denver Community Church for the property located at 333 and 375 S. Zuni Street in Council District 7. Approves the purchase and sale agreement with Denver Community Church for $4,000,000 for the property located at 333 and 375 S. Zuni Street, in Council District 7 (FINAN-202473273). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0605 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  10. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayoral appointment of Manish Kumar as Executive Director of the Department of Community Planning and Development, pursuant to Charter Section §2.2.6 (D). Consents to the mayoral appointment of Manish Kumar as Executive Director of the Department of Community Planning and Development pursuant to charter section §2.2.6 (D). The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0609 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  11. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving and providing for the execution of a proposed Grant Agreement between the City and County of Denver and the Colorado Department of Transportation concerning the “High Line Canal Underpass at Yale Ave” program and the funding therefor. Approves a grant with the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) for $13,750,000 to design and construct an underpass at the intersection of the High Line Canal Trail and E. Yale Avenue, in Council District 4 (DOTI- 202472681). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0592 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  12. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Contract between the City and County of Denver and Jalisco International, Inc. to construct stormwater planters and drainage infrastructure. Approves a contract with Jalisco International, Inc. for $9,991,726 and a term of 3 years to construct stormwater planters and drainage infrastructure, in Council Districts 3 and 7 (202371546). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0599 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  13. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution laying out, opening and establishing as part of the City street system a parcel of land as a public alley, bounded by North Tennyson Street, West 44th Avenue, North Stuart Street, and West 45th Avenue. Dedicates a parcel of land as Public Right-of-Way as Public Alley, bounded by North Tennyson Street, West 44th Avenue, North Stuart Street, and West 45th Avenue, in Council District 1. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0601 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  14. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution laying out, opening and establishing as part of the City street system parcels of land as: 1) North Santa Fe Drive, located at the intersection of North Santa Fe Drive and West 4th Avenue; and 2) Public Alley, bounded by North Santa Fe Drive, West 4th Avenue, North Inca Street, and West 3rd Avenue. Dedicates two parcels of land as Public Right-of-Way as 1) North Santa Fe Drive, located at the intersection of North Santa Fe Drive and West 4th Avenue, and 2) Public Alley, bounded by North Santa Fe Drive, West 4th Avenue, North Inca Street, and West 3rd Avenue, in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0602 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  15. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution laying out, opening and establishing as part of the City street system a parcel of land as a public alley, bounded by East Colfax Avenue, North Fillmore Street, East 14th Avenue, and North Detroit Street. Dedicates a parcel of land as Public Right-of-Way as Public Alley, bounded by East Colfax Avenue, North Fillmore Street, East 14th Avenue, and North Detroit Street, in Council District 10. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0603 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  16. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Contract between the City and County of Denver and Downtown Denver Events, Inc. for use of Skyline Park for ice skating rink and beer garden events, in Council District 10. Approves a contract with Downtown Denver Events, Inc. with an end date of 2-28-2025 for use of Skyline Park for ice skating rink and beer garden events, in Council District 10 (202472518). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0604 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  17. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Funding Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Elevation Community Land Trust to assist in the acquisition of real property located at 1520 Trenton Street in Council District 8 which contains 13 existing rental units to be converted to affordable condominiums to be sold at prices affordable to qualifying households. Approves a funding agreement with Elevation Community Land Trust for $975,000 to assist in the acquisition of 13 existing rental units to be converted to condominiums to be sold at prices affordable to qualifying households, in Council District 8 (HOST-202473534). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 4-24-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council President Pro Tem Sandoval, that Council Resolution 24-0520 be adopted, carried by the following vote:

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  18. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc. for hazardous materials and regulated waste management services. Approves an on-call contract with Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc. for a maximum amount of $15,000,000 and for three years for hazardous materials management services, citywide (ESEQD-202370211-00). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-8-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0593 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  19. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and WeeCycle to provide nutritious food and infant formula as funded by the Healthy Food for Denver's Kids Initiative. Amends a grant agreement with WeeCycle by adding $87,560 for a new contract total of $583,029.20, to provide nutritious food and infant formula as funded by the Healthy Food for Denver’s Kids Initiative, citywide. No change in contract duration (ENVHL-202472132-01). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-10-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-8-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0594 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  20. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 4340-4350 South Monaco Street in Southmoor Park. Approves an map amendment to change the zoning of the property located at 4340-4350 S Monaco Street from B-4 with waivers and conditions UO-1, UO-2 to PUD-G 34 in the Southmoor Park Neighborhood, in Council District 4. A public hearing will be held on Monday, 6-17-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 5-7-2024.

    Council Bill 24-0617 was ordered published with a future required public hearing on 6/17/2024.

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  21. Awaiting Mayor's Signature
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance relinquishing a portion of the easement established in the Denver Gateway Center Filing No. 9, recorded with the Denver Clerk & Recorder at Reception No. 2022053101, located at 19182 East 62nd Avenue. Vacates a portion of the utility easements established in the Denver Gateway Center Filing No.9, Reception No. 2022053101, located at 19182 East 62nd Avenue in Council District 11. The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 6-3-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 4-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Kashmann, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 24-0564 be placed upon final consideration and do pass en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  22. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 3358 York Street in Clayton. Approves a map amendment to rezone property from U-MS-2 & U-SU-A1 to U-MS-3, located at 3358 North York Street in Council District 9. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 4-23-2024.
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  23. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 2081 South Gilpin Street in University. Approves a map amendment to rezone property from U-SU-C to U-MS-3, located at 2081 South Gilpin Street in Council District 6. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 4-23-2024.
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  24. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for multiple properties in Berkeley, Sunnyside, and Sloan’s Lake neighborhoods. Approves a map amendment to rezone multiple properties from U-SU-C; U-SU-C, CO-6; U-SU-C, CO-7; U-SU-C, CO-8; and U-SU-C, UO-3 to U-SU-C1; U-SU-C1, CO-6; U-SU-C1, CO-7; U-SU-C1, CO-8; and U-SU-C1, UO-3 located in the Berkeley, Sunnyside, and Sloan’s Lake neighborhoods in Council District 1. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 4-30-2024.
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  25. Adopted
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation Honoring Our Fallen Heroes on Memorial Day

    A motion offered by Council member Watson, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Proclamation 24-0685 be adopted, carried by the following vote:

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  1. Committee Action Item
    Bill

    Placeholder for Clerk's Fair Election Fund Ordinance
  2. Committee Action Item
    Bill

    Placeholder for Denver Health Ballot Measure
  3. Committee Action Item
    Bill

    Placeholder for Collective Bargaining Charter Amendment
  4. Committee Action Item
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance submitting to a vote of the qualified and registered electors of the City and County of Denver at a special municipal election to be held in conjunction with the coordinated election of November 5, 2024, a proposed amendment to the Charter of the City and County of Denver to add the Department for Human Rights and Community Partnerships to the Charter as a cabinet agency and make conforming amendments.
  5. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves a contract with Vance Brothers, Inc. for $3,540,832.50 and a term of 4 months for chip seal and crack seal work, citywide (DOTI-2202477240).

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  6. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with CTM Inc. for $3,000,000 and through 7-01-2027 for tree planting and watering services throughout public right-of-way and public property areas, citywide (PARKS-202473390).

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  7. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with Tiger Tree, Inc. for $3,000,000 and through 7-01-2027 for tree planting and watering services on city-owned property, including parks, parkways, public right of way, and city-owned facilities, citywide (PARKS-202473343).

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  8. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with SuperTrees Colorado LLC, Supertrees, Inc., doing business as Supertrees of Oregon, doing business as Supertrees Utah, LLC, doing business as Supertrees Colorado, LLC, for tree planting and watering services throughout public right-of-way and public property, citywide (PARKS-24202473352).

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  9. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with Super Trees Colorado LLC for $3,000,000 and three years for tree maintenance including tree pruning, tree and stump removal and grinding of stumps, structural tree pruning on smaller diameter trees in parks, parkways, City golf course properties, and City Facilities; scheduled tree pruning and Stump Removal and Grinding of Stumps for Parkway Trees; and tree pruning, tree removal, structural tree pruning of young trees on Public Right-of-Ways and Public Property, citywide (PARKS-202473510).

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  10. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with Root Tree Service for $1,500,000 and three years for tree maintenance including tree pruning, tree and stump removal and grinding of stumps in parks, parkways, City golf course properties, and City Facilities; and tree/shrub removal and stump treatment along waterways, citywide (PARKS-202473523).

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  11. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with Maloney Tree Care, LLC for $500,000 and three years for tree maintenance including structural tree pruning of young tree on public rights-of-ways and public property, citywide (PARKS-202473507).

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  12. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with Environmental Tree Care LLC for $1,000,000 and three years for tree maintenance including tree pruning, tree and stump removal and grinding of stumps, tree/shrub removal and stump treatment along waterways; debris removal in parks, parkways and city facilities; structural tree pruning on smaller diameter trees in parks, parkways, City golf course properties and City Facilities; scheduled tree pruning and Stump Removal and Grinding of Stumps for Parkway Trees in area D (map attached); and tree pruning, tree removal on Public Right-of-Ways and Public Property; stump and debris removal and emergency tree services on public right-of-ways, citywide (202473454).

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  13. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves an on-call contract with Autumn Tree Lawn and Landscape to $1,000,00 and 3 years for tree maintenance services in public spaces and private property as well as emergency tree services, citywide (PARKS-202473492).

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  14. Committee Consent
    Bill

    Revokes Ordinance #366, Series of 1984 which granted a revocable permit to Leprino Foods, their successors and assigns, to encroach into the right of way with security closed circuit television cable at 3756 Quivas Street, in Council District 1.

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  15. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Dedicates a parcel of land as public-right-of-way, located at the intersection of North Lafayette Street and North Franklin Street, in Council District 9.

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  16. Committee Consent
    Bill

    Approves an intergovernmental agreement with the Colorado State Department of Public Health and Environment to accept the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program grant award for $575,7717 and through 06-30-25 to improve medical and public health care preparedness and response capabilities, citywide (ENVHL-202473629).

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  17. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution authorizing and approving the expenditure and payment from the appropriation account designated “liability claims,” the sum of Six Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($6,000.00) made payable to Felicity Inscoe and Luneau & Beck, LLC, in full payment and satisfaction of all claims related to the incident which occurred on May 8, 2021 at or near Interstate 25 southbound near the Park Avenue West exit in Denver, Colorado, 80216, Claim No. 2021-005070. Settles a claim involving the Denver Police Department. This settlement was approved for filing at the Mayor Council meeting on 5-21-24.

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  18. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution authorizing and approving the expenditure and payment from the appropriation account designated “liability claims,” the sum of Eighty Thousand Dollars and No Cents ($80,000.00) made payable to D’Angelo Law Office, P.C. and Rickie Olguin, Jr., in full payment and satisfaction of all claims related to the civil action captioned Rickie Olguin, Jr. v. City and County of Denver, a Colorado Municipal Corporation, and Eric Zuick, Individually, which was filed in the Denver District Court, Case No. 2023CV32465. Settles a claim involving the Denver Fire Department. This settlement was approved for filing at the Mayor Council meeting on 5-21-24.

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  19. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Amends a lease agreement with Worldwide Flight Services (WFS) and Denver International Airport (DEN) to remove 63.5 sq ft of space in the Main Terminal and add a total of 672.1 sq ft of space on the ramp level of Concourse A, in Council District 11. No change to contract amount or length. (202160323/PLANE-202473225)

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  20. Agenda Ready
    Approved Minutes

    Minutes of Monday, May 20, 2024.

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  21. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves a map amendment changing the zoning of properties located at 1896 South Humboldt Street, 2009 South Humboldt Street, 1918 South Franklin Street, 1930 South Franklin Street, 1936 South Franklin Street, 1961 South Franklin Street, 2063 South Franklin Street, 1929 South Gilpin Street, 1935 South Gilpin Street from U-SU-C to U-SU-C1 in Council District 6.

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  22. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves a purchase order with Canter & Associates for $1,131,527.92 to purchase chairs and transport dollies for use at the Colorado Convention Center, in Council District 10 (PO-00149768).

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  23. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Amends a master purchase order with Michaels of Denver Catering by adding $800,000 for a new total of $2,900,00 and one year with a new end date 8-14-2025 for the Tasty Food Program, administered by the Office of Children’s Affairs (OCA), which delivers free and nutritious meals to children 18 years and under throughout the year via the At-Risk After School Meal Program during Denver Public Schools school year, and the Summer Food Service Program during the summer break, citywide (SC-00004901).

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  24. Committee Consent
    Bill

    Amends an intergovernmental agreement with Arapahoe County on behalf of Arapahoe/Douglas Works! to add $306,976 for a new total of $1,216,988 for the Technology Employment Colorado Partnership (TECP) program aimed at crafting replicable, holistic workforce strategies tailored for middle to high-skilled occupations across sectors like information technology, advanced manufacturing, and transportation. No change to contract duration (OEDEV-202158075-00/OEDEV-202370966-01).

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  25. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves a contract amendment with Skillsoft (US) LLC adding $246,061.15 or a new total of $2,838,677.24 and one year for a new ending date of 5-30-2025 to provide online training content services for employee development, citywide (CSAHR-202473581-08 / CASAHE-20110840).

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  26. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Approves a grant agreement with the Executive Office of the President, Office of National Drug Control Policy for $844,851 and with an ending date 03-31-2026 to support initiatives of the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) Program, citywide (POLIC202473925).

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  27. Committee Consent
    Resolution

    Amends a master purchase order with The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company by adding $2,000,000 for a new total of $3,000,000 and one additional year for a new end date of 7-31-2024 for new radial tires, radial tire retreading, mounting of retreaded tires on City-owned wheels, tire repairs, and wheel painting on medium- and heavy-duty vehicles and off-road equipment in on- and off-road applications, citywide (SC-00007369).

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  28. Passed
    Historical

    here is a new item to vote on
  29. Passed
    Historical

    This is a test vote
  30. Passed
    Historical

    lets add one more