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  1. Agenda Ready
    Approved Minutes

    Minutes of Tuesday, February 20, 2024.
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  2. Agenda Ready
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation Recognizing Black History Month and Community Commitment to Collaborative Progress
  3. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor's appointment of Jaime Lewis to the Regional Transportation District Board of Directors, District A. Approves the Mayoral appointment of Jaime Lewis to the Regional Transportation District Board of Directors, District A, effective immediately and continuing until a new director is elected at the next regular Regional Transportation District election in November, 2024. Councilmember Sandoval approved direct filing this item on 2-22-2024.
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  4. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Master Purchase Order between the City and County of Denver and Standard Signs Inc. doing business as Lumacurve Airfield Signs, concerning the purchase of Lumacurve Brand Standard Runway Signs at Denver International Airport. Approves a master purchase order with Standard Signs Inc. doing business as Lumacurve Airfield Signs for $2,500,000 and for two years with three one-year options to extend for the purchase of Lumacurve Brand Standard Runway Signs for Denver International Airport, in Council District 11 (SC-00008840). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-14-2024.
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  5. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed First Amendment between the City and County of Denver and Intermountain Electric, Inc. to maintain all electrical components in the Airport’s Electric Power Distribution System at Denver International Airport. Amends a contract with Intermountain Electric Inc. by adding $2,000,000 for a new total of $2,745,200 to maintain all electrical components in the Airport’s Electric Power Distribution System at Denver International Airport, in Council District 11. No change to contract duration (Plane-202264186; 202372048). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-14-2024.
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  6. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a Third Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Colorado Transport to provide accessible shuttle services for events at Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Amends an agreement with Colorado Transport to add $325,000 for a new total of $1,675,000 and 9 additional months for a new end date of 12-31-2024 to provide accessible shuttle services for events at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, citywide (THTRS-202472335-03/THTRS-201734396-03). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-14-2024.
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  7. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and McKinstry Essention, LLC to perform investment grade energy audits and electrification feasibility reports for municipal buildings, citywide. Approves an agreement with McKinstry Essention, LLC for $710,499.49 and an end term of 12-31-2024 to perform investment grade energy audits and electrification feasibility reports for municipal buildings, citywide (CASR-202371992). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-14-2024.
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  8. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a First Amendment to Agreement with UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company between the City and County of Denver and UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company to add monies to offer self-insure medical benefits plans to City employees, citywide. Amends a master purchase agreement contract with UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company to add $85,000,000 for a new total of $165,000,000 to offer self-insure medical benefit plans to City employees, citywide (CSAHR-202265732-01). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  9. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed purchase order with Asbury Automotive Group, Inc., for the purchase of 23 replacement police fleet vehicles, citywide. Approves a purchase order with Asbury Automotive Group, Inc. for $1,043,050 for the purchase of 23 replacement police fleet vehicles, citywide (PO-00144148). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  10. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Eight Eleven Group, LLC doing business as Technical Youth LLC for the continual utilization of on-call professional information technology services staff and training to augment City technical talent and workforce. Amends an on-call contract with Eight Eleven Group, LLC dba Technical Youth, LLC to add $375,000 for a new total of $750,000 and an additional 15 months for a new end term of 12-31-2026 for the continual utilization of on-call professional information technology services staff and training to augment City technical talent and workforce as needed, citywide (TECHS-202264703-01/TECHS-202472069-01). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  11. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution laying out, opening and establishing as part of the City street system parcels of land as: 1) North Winona Court, located at the intersection of North Winona Court and West 9th Avenue; and 2) West 9th Avenue, located at the intersection of North Winona Court and West 9th Avenue. Dedicates two parcels of land as 1) North Winona Court, located at the intersection of North Winona Court and West 9th Avenue, and 2) West 9th Avenue, located at the intersection of North Winona Court and West 9th Avenue, in Council District 3. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  12. Agenda Ready
    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 Colorado Avenue, South Pearl Street, East Jewell Avenue, and South Pennsylvania Street. Dedicates a parcel of land as Public Right-of-Way as Public Alley, bounded by East Colorado Avenue, South Pearl Street, East Jewell Avenue, and South Pennsylvania Street, in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  13. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution accepting and approving the plat of Sun Valley Homes Fourth Filing. Approves Sun Valley Homes Fourth Filing, a proposed Subdivision Plat located between West 9th and 10th Avenue, and North Decatur Street and North Bryant Street, in Council District 3. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  14. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution laying out, opening and establishing as part of the City street system parcels of land as: 1) West Harvard Avenue, located at the intersection of South Broadway and West Harvard Avenue; 2) Public Alley, bounded by South Broadway, West Harvard Avenue, South Acoma Street and West Wesley Avenue; and 3) South Broadway, located near the intersection of South Broadway and West Harvard Avenue. Dedicates three parcels of land as 1) West Harvard Avenue, located at the intersection of South Broadway and West Harvard Avenue, 2) Public Alley, bounded by South Broadway, West Harvard Avenue, South Acoma Street and West Wesley Avenue, and 3) South Broadway, located near the intersection of South Broadway and West Harvard Avenue, in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  15. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Second Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and LAZ Parking Midwest, LLC doing business as LAZ KARP Associates, LLC for city vehicle parking at the Denver Post Building. Amends a contract with LAZ KARP Associates, LLC by adding $200,000 for a new total of $675,000 and 10 months for a new end date of 12-31-25 for city vehicle parking at the Denver Post Building, in Council District 10 (ENVHL-202263401-03). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-24-2024. Council member Gonzales-Gutierrez called this item out at the 2-20-2024 meeting for a one-week postponement to 2-26-2024.
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  16. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Second Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and The Urban Institute to continue to evaluate the Support Team Assisted Response (STAR) and Co-Responder programs, citywide. Amends a contract with The Urban Institute by adding $250,000 for a new total of $735,579 and one year for a new end date of 12-31-2024 to continue to evaluate the Support Team Assisted Response (STAR) and Co-Responder programs, citywide (ENVHL-202371875-02/ENVHL-202161500-02). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-14-2024.
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  17. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Second Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Colorado Health Network, Inc. to provide rental assistance and services to support individuals living with AIDS, citywide. Amends a contract with Colorado Health Network, Inc. to add $2,755,338 for a new total $5,755,338 and one additional year for a new end date of 12-31-2024 to provide rental assistance and services to support individuals living with AIDS, citywide (HOST-202472500-02). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-14-2024.
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  18. Agenda Ready
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Fire-DEX GW for professional cleaning and service repairs of personal protective gear for the Denver Fire Department citywide. Approves an agreement with Fire-DEX GW, doing business as Gear Wash, for $1,500,000 and a term of 5 years with an end date of 1-31-2029 for professional cleaning and service repairs of personal protective gear for the Denver Fire Department, citywide (FIRES-202472156). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-14-2024.
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  19. Agenda Ready
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance approving a proposed Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City and County of Denver and University of Denver, for 2149 East Wesley Avenue, in Council District 6. Approves a purchase and sale agreement with the University of Denver as purchaser for $10 and a term ending on 1-18-2025 for 2149 East Wesley Avenue, in Council District 6 (202472397-00). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  20. Agenda Ready
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance authorizing capital equipment purchases in the General Government Special Revenue Fund. Authorizes the purchase of two organic collection vehicles from the “2023 Front Range Waste Diversion Grant” Program award to support the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Solid Waste Management, citywide. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  21. Agenda Ready
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for multiple properties in Hale. Approves a map amendment to rezone multiple properties from E-SU-Dx; E-SU-G, and U-SU-C to E-SU-D1x; E-SU-G1; and U-SU-C1, located in the Hale Statistical Neighborhood in Council District 5. If ordered published, a public hearing will be held on Monday, 4-8-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.
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  22. Agenda Ready
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance relinquishing 1) a portion of the easement reserved in Ordinance No. 24, Series of 1939, recorded with the Denver Clerk & Recorder at Book A-24, Page 171; and 2) a portion of the easement reserved in Ordinance No. 661, Series of 1978, recorded with Denver Clerk & Recorder at Book 1825, Page 595, located at 1062 Auraria Parkway. Relinquishes a portion of an easement reserved in Ordinance No. 24, Series of 1939, and a portion of an easement reserved in Ordinance No. 661, Series 1978, located at 1062 Auraria Parkway, in Council District 3. The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-13-2024.
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  23. Second Reading
    Bill

    A bill approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Regional Transportation District (RTD), to provide reduced-rate EcoPass options for all concessionaire employees at Denver International Airport. Approves an intergovernmental agreement with Regional Transportation District (RTD) for $1,211,800 and for one year to provide reduced-rate EcoPass options for all concessionaire employees at Denver International Airport, in Council District 11 (PLANE-202370322). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-7-2024.
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  24. Second Reading
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance establishing a new fund in the Grant and Other Money Projects Series for the “Capital Improvement Claims Settlement” program. Establishes a new fund, the Claims Settlement Capital Improvement Fund (38434), in the Grant and Other Money Project Fund Series, citywide. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.
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  25. Second Reading
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance vacating a portion of right-of-way adjacent to 4889 South Quebec Street, without reservations. Vacates a portion of right-of-way adjacent to 4889 South Quebec Street, without reservations, in Council District 4. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.
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  26. Second Reading
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and the Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver, Colorado, to extend the term and revise the scope of work and other provisions of the agreement. Amends a grant agreement with the Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver, Colorado to extend the term by 1 year for a new end term of 3-31-2025 to continue developing affordable housing and accessory dwelling units, citywide. No change in cost (HOST 202266093/HOST 202371410-01). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-7-2024.
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  27. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 548 South Perry Street in Westwood. Amends Official Zoning Map, Application #2023I-00127, rezoning 548 South Perry Street from E-TU-C to E-MX-3, in Council District 3. A public hearing will be held on Monday, 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.
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  28. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 4675 East Iliff Avenue in University Hills. Approves a map amendment to rezone property from E-SU-Dx to E-SU-B1, located at 4675 East Iliff Avenue in Council District 4. A public hearing will be held on Monday, 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.
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  29. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 3446 South Patton Way in Harvey Park South. Approves a map amendment to rezone property from S-SU-F to S-SU-F1, located at 3446 South Patton Way in Council District 2. A public hearing will be held on Monday, 3-18-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.
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  1. Adopted
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation Recognizing February as Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

    A motion offered by Council member Hinds, duly seconded by Council member Sawyer, that Council Proclamation 24-0147 be adopted, carried by the following vote:

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  2. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Amended and Restated Ground Lease Agreement concerning the expansion of the leased area for the development and operation of a gas station, convenience store, car-share parking lot, and other amenities at Denver International Airport. Amends a lease with Aaravya Investments LLC to add $5,324,456.15 for a new total of $11,738,321.15 and a term of 20 years with four 5-year extension options to expand the leased area to include the development and operation of a car-share lot to the previously approved gas and convenience facility and increasing revenue at Denver International Airport, in Council District 11 (PLANE202370651 Legacy: PLANE-202161181). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0097 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  3. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and ABM Aviation, Inc. concerning a use and lease agreement for office space in Concourse C to provide support services to airlines at Denver International Airport. Approves a lease agreement with ABM Aviation, Inc. for rates and charges and for three years with two one-year options to extend, for a 115.4 square foot space for office use in the basement level of the Center Core of Concourse C to provide support to American Airlines with wheelchair service at Denver International Airport in Council District 11 (PLANE-202369910). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0098 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  4. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and AvAirPros, Inc. concerning airline liaison consulting services at Denver International Airport. Approves a contract with AvAirPros, Inc. for $8,700,000 and for a term of three years with two one-year options to extend, for airline liaison consulting services at Denver International Airport in Council District 11 (PLANE-202368003). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0099 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  5. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and CenturyLink Communications, LLC concerning telecommunication and web-hosting services at Denver International Airport. Approves a contract with CenturyLink Communications, LLC d/b/a Lumen Technologies Group, for $4,500,000 and for five years with two one-year options to extend, for telecommunication and web-hosting services on an as-needed basis at Denver International Airport in Council District 11 (PLANE-202264647). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0100 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  6. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Jewish Family Service of Colorado, Inc., for installation of rooftop solar panels and green workforce training located at 3201 South Tamarac Drive. Approves a contract with Jewish Family Service of Colorado, in the amount of $540,000 to install 162.7 kW of rooftop solar panels and provide green workforce training as part of the installation through Denver’s Renewables & Resilience Incentive Program located at 3201 South Tamarac Drive, in Council District 4 (CASR-202371527). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0107 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  7. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Clayton Early Learning, Trustee, George W. Clayton Trust, for the installation of rooftop solar and an electric vehicle charging station located at 3751 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard. Approves a contract with Clayton Early Learning, in the amount of $520,000 for the term ending 12-15-2025, for the installation of 250.0 kW of rooftop solar and one dual-port Level 2 electric vehicle charging station located at 3751 Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard, in Council District 9 (CASR-202371734). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0109 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  8. Failed
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Big Compass LLC for the continual use of on-call services to assist Technology Services with the MuleSoft API platform. Amends a contract with Big Compass LLC by adding $600,000 for a new total of $1,000,000 for the continual use of on-call services to assist Technology Services with the MuleSoft API platform, citywide. No change to contract length (TECHS-202366785-01/TECHS-202472070-01). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0094 be adopted, failed to carry by the following vote:

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  9. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution laying out, opening and establishing as part of the City street system parcels of land as: 1) North Speer Boulevard, located at the intersection of North Speer Boulevard and North Clay Street; and 2) North Speer Boulevard, located at the intersection of North Speer Boulevard and North Bryant Street. Dedicates two parcels of land as 1) North Speer Boulevard, located at the intersection of North Speer Boulevard and North Clay Street, and 2) North Speer Boulevard, located at the intersection of North Speer Boulevard and North Bryant Street, in Council District 1. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0085 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  10. 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 22nd Avenue, North Glencoe Street, East Montview Boulevard, and North Grape Street. Dedicates a parcel of land as Public Right-of-Way as Public Alley, bounded by East 22nd Avenue, North Glencoe Street, East Montview Boulevard, and North Grape Street, in Council District 9. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0086 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  11. 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 22nd Avenue, North Elm Street, East Montview Boulevard, and North Fairfax Street. Dedicates a parcel of land as Public Right-of-Way as Public Alley, bounded by East 22nd Avenue, North Elm Street, East Montview Boulevard, and North Fairfax Street, in Council District 9. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0092 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  12. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution laying out, opening and establishing as part of the City street system parcels of land as: 1) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street; 2) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street, 3) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street; and 4) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street. Dedicates four parcels of land as Public Right-of-Way as 1) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street, 2) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street, 3) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street, and 4) North Josephine Street, located near the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Josephine Street, in Council District 5. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0104 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 parcels of land as: 1) South Pecos Street, located at the intersection of South Pecos Street and West Alameda Avenue; 2) Public Alley, bounded by West Alameda Avenue, South Pecos Street, West Nevada Place, and South Navajo Street; 3) Public Alley, bounded by West Nevada Place, South Pecos Street, West Alameda Avenue, and South Navajo Street; and 4) West Nevada Place, located near the intersection of West Nevada Place and South Pecos Street. Dedicates four parcels of land as Public Right-of-Way as 1) South Pecos Street, located at the intersection of South Pecos Street and West Alameda Avenue, 2) Public Alley, bounded by West Alameda Avenue, South Pecos Street, West Nevada Place and South Navajo Street, 3) Public Alley bounded by West Nevada Place, South Pecos Street, West Alameda Avenue, and South Navajo Street, and 4) West Nevada Place, located near the intersection of West Nevada Place and South Pecos Street, in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0105 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) East 6th Avenue, located at the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Cook Street; and 2) Public Alley, bounded by East 6th Avenue, North Cook Street, East 5th Avenue, and North Madison Street. Dedicates two parcels of land as 1) East 6th Avenue, located at the intersection of East 6th Avenue and North Cook Street, and 2) Public Alley, bounded by East 6th Avenue, North Cook Street, East 5th Avenue and North Madison Street, in Council District 5. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0106 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  15. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Grant Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Montbello Organizing Committee to provide federal funding through the Economic Development Initiative (EDI) Community Project Funding initiative for a 97-unit income restricted affordable housing development located at 12300 East Albrook Drive in Council District 8. Approves a grant agreement with the Montbello Organizing Committee for $1,450,000 and through 8-31-2030 to leverage existing project funds for a 97-unit income restricted affordable housing development located at 12300 East Albrook Drive in Council District 8 (HOST-202368263).

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 23-0722 be adopted, carried by the following vote:

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  16. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Environmental Restoration, LLC for hazardous materials management services. Approves an on-call contract with Environmental Restoration, LLC for a maximum amount of $15,000,000 and for three years for hazardous materials management services, citywide (ESEQD-202370285-00). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0096 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  17. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance making a cash transfer from the Risk Management Special Revenue Fund (11838) to the Capital Improvement Claims Settlement Fund (38434) and making an appropriation in the Capital Improvement Claims Settlement Fund. Approves a transfer of $200,000 from the Risk Management Special Revenue Fund to the Capital Improvement Claims Settlement Fund (38434) and appropriates the transferred amount to support bridge maintenance projects, citywide. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    Council Bill 24-0101 was ordered published.

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  18. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance authorizing expenditures in the Human Services Special Revenue Fund based on a letter of intent from the State of Colorado to award funding to the City and County of Denver for the “Community Services Block Grant (CSBG)” program for the 2024 program year. Appropriates $682,400 from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) to fund the Community Services Block Grant program, citywide. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    Council Bill 24-0103 was ordered published.

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  19. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance approving a proposed First Amendment to the Development Agreement between the City and County of Denver, ACM High Point VI C LLC and Bottling Group, LLC. Amends the development agreement with ACM High Point VI C LLC and Bottling Group, LLC to clarify that bridge access can cross the open space at East 69th Drive and removes the requirement for bridge access to be constructed at East 71st Avenue, in Council District 11. All other terms and conditions remain unchanged. CPLAN-202370465-01; Alfresco XC0A043-01. The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    Council Bill 23-1880 was ordered published.

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  20. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 1160 South Yates Street in Mar Lee. Approves a map amendment to rezone property from E-SU-DX to E-SU-D1X, located at 1160 South Yates Street in Council District 3. A public hearing will be held on Monday, 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    Council Bill 24-0084 was ordered published with a future required public hearing on 3/11/2024.

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  21. Second Reading w/Public Hearing
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 1410 South Humboldt Street in Washington Park. Approves an official zoning map amendment to rezone property from U-SU-C to U-SU-C1 located at 1410 South Humboldt Street in Council District 6. A public hearing will be held on Monday, 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-30-2024.

    Council Bill 24-0090 was ordered published with a future required public hearing on 3/11/2024.

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  22. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Denver Health and Hospital Authority, to provide the expansion of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services in Denver County Jail and Downtown Detention Center, in Council Districts 8 and 10. Approves an intergovernmental agreement with Denver Health and Hospital Authority for $1,650,000 with and end term date of 12-31-2026 to provide the expansion of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) services in Denver County Jail and Downtown Detention Center, in Council Districts 8 and 10 (SHERF-202371581). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-4-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-31-2024.

    Council Bill 24-0083 was ordered published.

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  23. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance approving a proposed Intergovernmental Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Regional Transportation District (RTD) to provide ECOPASS transportation access to City employees, citywide. Approves an inter-governmental agreement with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) for $328,900 and an end term of 12-31-2024 to provide ECOPASS transportation access to City employees, citywide (CSAHR-202370946-00). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 2-26-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-23-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 24-0041 be placed upon final consideration and do pass en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  24. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance making a rescission from and appropriation in the General Fund and the Capital Improvement Fund to make cash transfers to the Border Crisis Special Revenue Fund for costs related to support for asylum seekers. Rescinds, appropriates, and makes cash transfers from the General Fund Contingency and the Capital Improvement and Capital Maintenance Fund (34080) to support expenditures in the amount of $25,000,000 in the Border Crisis Response Special Revenue Fund (13809). The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-23-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 24-0058 be placed upon final consideration and do pass en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  25. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance designating certain properties as being required for public use and authorizing use and acquisition thereof by negotiation or through condemnation proceedings of fee simple, easement and other interests, including any rights and interests related or appurtenant to properties designated as needed for the bridge project at South Monaco Street Parkway over Cherry Creek, including sidewalks, roadways and intersections between 1320 South Monaco Street Parkway and 1483 South Monaco Street Parkway. Grants the authority to acquire through negotiated purchase or condemnation all or any portion of any property interest as needed for the bridge project at South Monaco Street Parkway over Cherry Creek, including sidewalks, roadways and intersections between 1320 South Monaco Street Parkway and 1483 South Monaco Street Parkway, in Council District 6. This includes easement interests, access rights, improvements, buildings, fixtures, licenses, and permits as part of the Project. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-23-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 24-0062 be placed upon final consideration and do pass en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  26. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance designating certain properties as being required for public use and authorizing use and acquisition thereof by negotiation or through condemnation proceedings of fee simple, easement and other interests, including any rights and interests related or appurtenant to properties designated as needed for the construction of Weir Gulch Reach 1, Decatur Street, in Council District 3. Grants the authority to acquire through negotiated purchase or condemnation of all or any portion of any property interest as needed for the construction of Weir Gulch Reach 1, Decatur Street, in Council District 3. This includes easement interests, access rights and any improvements on the property as part of the project. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-23-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 24-0063 be placed upon final consideration and do pass en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  27. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance designating certain properties as being required for public use and authorizing use and acquisition thereof by negotiation or through condemnation proceedings of fee simple, easement and other interests, including any rights and interests related or appurtenant to properties designated as needed for the completion of the Peoria Street HSIP 23 Vision Zero project, in Council District 8. Grants the authority to acquire through negotiated purchase or condemnation all or any portion of any property interest as needed for the completion of the Peoria Street HSIP 23 Vision Zero project, in Council District 8. This includes easement interests, access rights and any improvements on the property as part of the project. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-23-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 24-0064 be placed upon final consideration and do pass en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  28. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance making a rescission from and an appropriation in the “Denver Public Library” Special Revenue Fund, to make a cash transfer to and appropriation in the “Library Capital” Fund. Appropriates $650,000 in the Denver Public Library Special Revenue Fund (15830) to transfer cash and appropriate budget in the Denver Public Library Capital Projects Fund (34041). The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-23-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 24-0072 be placed upon final consideration and do pass en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  29. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 4120 North Federal Boulevard in Sunnyside. Approves an Official Map Amendment to change the zoning of the property located at 4120 N Federal Blvd from U-SU-C1 CO-8 to U-RX-3, in Council District 1. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-2-2024.

    Council sat as a Committee of the Whole, commencing at 7:33 p.m., Council President Torres presiding, to hear speakers on Council Bill 23-1985. No speakers signed up to speak in favor of the bill. No speakers signed up to speak in opposition of the bill. Edson Ibañez of Community Planning and Development delivered the staff report.

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  30. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 61, 73, 75, 87 and 95 North Lincoln Street in Speer. Approves an official zoning map amendment to rezone property from G-MU-5, UO-3 and G-MS-5, UO-1 and UO-2 to G-MS-5, located at 61, 73, 75, 87, and 95 North Lincoln Street, in Council District 7. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-2-2024.

    Council sat as a Committee of the Whole, commencing at 7:45 p.m., Council President Torres presiding, to hear speakers on Council Bill 23-1987. Gertie Grant signed up to speak in favor of the bill. No speakers signed up to speak in opposition of the bill. Alisa Childress of Community Planning and Development delivered the staff report. A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 23-1987 be placed upon final consideration and do pass, carried by the following vote:

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  31. Passed
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance changing the zoning classification for 3150 West Scott Place in Berkeley. Approves an official zoning map amendment to rezone property from U-SU-C to U-SU-B1 located at 3150 West Scott Place, in Council District 1. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 1-2-2024.

    Council sat as a Committee of the Whole, commencing at 7:24 p.m., Council President Torres presiding, to hear speakers on Council Bill 23-1989. No speakers signed up to speak in favor of the bill. No speakers signed up to speak in opposition of the bill. Edson Ibañez of Community Planning and Development delivered the staff report. A motion offered by Council member Lewis, duly seconded by Council member Sandoval, that Council Bill 23-1989 be placed upon final consideration and do pass, carried by the following vote:

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  32. Filed
    Communication

    A letter dated February 2, 2024 from Mike Johnston, Mayor, notifying City Council of his veto of Council Bill 23-1960.

    Council Communication 24-0148 was received and filed.

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  33. Mayoral Veto
    Bill

    A bill for an ordinance amending Chapters 24, 38, and 49 of the Revised Municipal Code concerning the removal of shelter when the outside temperature is predicted to be thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit or lower. For an ordinance amending Chapters 24, 38, and 49 of the Revised Municipal Code concerning the removal of shelter when the outside temperature is predicted to be thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit or lower. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 12-20-2023.

    A motion offered by Council member Parady, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Bill 23-1960 be passed notwithstanding the disapproval or objections of the Mayor, failed to carry by the following vote:

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  34. Failed
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation Calling for a Ceasefire in Palestine and Israel

    A motion was offered by Council member Parady, duly seconded by Council member Lewis, that Council Proclamation 24-0006 be adopted. During consideration of the proclamation, Council President Torres announced that Council is conducting the remainder of the meeting by electronic means pursuant to DRMC 2-33(d)(1), due to unforeseen circumstances that threatened public health, safety, welfare or life, and, pursuant to Council Rule 9.7, the Council President has approved virtual participation for all council members due to unforeseen circumstances. Council President Torres also announced that chambers are open for individuals who would like to observe, and the proceedings can be viewed through Denver8 and that individuals signed up to speak may still do so in person or virtually. Council Proclamation 24-0006 failed to carry by the following vote:

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  1. Adopted
    Proclamation

    A Proclamation Honoring the History of Black Denver Police Officers from 1880 to Present

    A motion offered by Council member Watson, duly seconded by Council member Flynn, that Council Proclamation 24-0201 be adopted, carried by the following vote:

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  2. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Purchase Order between the City and County of Denver and Carahsoft Technology Corporation concerning a one-time purchase of 2024 ServiceNow Product and License Renewal at Denver International Airport. Approves a purchase order with Carahsoft Technology Corporation for $621,116.16 for the one-time purchase of 2024 ServiceNow Product and License Renewal for Denver International Airport, in Council District 11 (PO-00143855). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0125 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  3. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed First Amendment between the City and County of Denver and Tastes DEN JV, LLC concerning reimbursement for the purchase of RTD EcoPasses for concessionaire employees at Denver International Airport. Amends a contract with Taste DEN JV, LLC doing business as Aviano Coffee, El Chingon, Mizu Sushi Izakaya to integrate reimbursement language to Denver International Airport for the purchase of the Regional Transportation District (RTD) EcoPasses for concessionaire employees, in Council District 11 (PLANE 202372045-01/201951175). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0127 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  4. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed First Amendment between the City and County of Denver and Rocky Mountain Hospitality Partners, LLC concerning reimbursement for the purchase of RTD EcoPasses for concessionaire employees at Denver International Airport. Amends a contract with Rocky Mountain Hospitality Partners, LLC doing business as Dazbog to integrate reimbursement language to Denver International Airport for the purchase of the Regional Transportation District (RTD) EcoPasses for concessionaire employees, in Council District 11 (PLANE 202372047-01/201630761). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0128 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  5. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution of city council consenting to the Mayor’s appointment of Molly Duplechian as the Director of Excise and Licenses. Approves the Mayoral appointment of Molly Duplechian as Executive Director of the Department of Excise and Licensing, pursuant to Charter Section § 2.2.6 (D). The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-7-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0139 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  6. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed amendment to master purchase order with Midwest Veterinary Supply, Inc., by adding funds for the purchase of veterinarian vaccinations and supplies for the Denver Animal Shelter. Amends a purchase order with Midwest Veterinary Supply Inc. to add $500,000 for a new total of $900,000 for the purchase of veterinarian vaccinations and supplies for the Denver Animal Shelter, in Council District 3. No change in term length (SC-00006927). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0115 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  7. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and TruLink LLC to provide telecommunication technicians to assist with various communication cabling. Approves an on-call contract with TruLink LLC for $10,000,000 and for 5 years with an end term of 2-1-2029 to provide telecommunication technicians to assist with various communication cabling at locations citywide (TECHS-202371637-00). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0117 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  8. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Amendatory Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Istonish, Inc. for continued management of the City's ServiceDesk after hours. Amends a contract with Istonish, Inc. to increase the contract amount by $1,500,000 for a new total of $2,245,436 for continued management of the City’s ServiceDesk after hours, citywide (TECHS-202161371-01/TECHS-202472187-01). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0118 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  9. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving a proposed Agreement between the City and County of Denver and Star Telecommunications, Inc. to provide telecommunication technicians to assist with various communication cabling. Approves an on-contract with Star Telecommunications, Inc. for $5,000,000 and 5 years with an end term date of 2-1-2029 to provide telecommunication technicians to assist with various communication cabling, citywide (TECHS-202371636-00). The last regularly scheduled Council meeting within the 30-day review period is on 3-11-2024. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0120 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  10. Failed
    Resolution

    A resolution to set a public hearing relating to the adoption of the 17th and Newton Urban Redevelopment Plan and directing the Denver Urban Renewal Authority to take certain actions in connection with the hearing. Sets a public hearing relating to the adoption of the 17th and Newton Urban Redevelopment Plan and directing the Denver Urban Renewal Authority to take certain actions in connection with the hearing, in Council District 3. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sawyer, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0135 be adopted, failed to carry by the following vote:

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  11. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor’s appointment and reappointment to the Board of Public Health & Environment. Confirms the Mayoral appointment and reappointment of the following individuals to the Board of Public Health & Environment for a term of 5 years: Reappointment of Chris Wiant, PhD for a term from 2-1-2024 through 1-31-2029 or until a successor is duly appointed and appointment of Dr. Matthew Stratton for a term from 2-1-2024 through 1-31-2029 or until a successor is duly appointed. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0136 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  12. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor’s appointments and reappointments to the Regional Emergency Medical & Trauma Advisory Council (RETAC). Confirms the Mayoral appointments and reappointments of the following individuals to the Regional Emergency Medical & Trauma Advisory Council (RETAC) of 2 years: Reappointment of Chief Gary Bryskiewicz, MD for term of 2-16-2024 through 2-15-2026 or until a successor is duly appointed and Dr Aaron Eberhardt, MD for term of 2-16-2024 through 2-15-2026 or until a successor is duly appointed and the appointment of Dr. Maria Moreira for term of 2-16-2024 through 2-15-2026 or until a successor is duly appointed. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0137 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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  13. Adopted
    Resolution

    A resolution approving the Mayor’s appointment to the Board of Trustees for the Winter Park Trust. Approves the Mayoral appointment of Councilwoman Amanda Sandoval to the Board of Trustees for the Winter Park Trust for a term of 4 years. The Committee approved filing this item at its meeting on 2-6-2024.

    A motion offered by Council member Sandoval, duly seconded by Council member Hinds, that Council Resolution 24-0138 be adopted en bloc, carried by the following vote:

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