CORA Request – Wonder What You Get When You Make A Request? Take A Look!

This post includes over 400 pages of emails I rec’d as the result of a CORA request. There are several duplicates of emails as a result of the trail from beginning to end is included. You might find it easier to view from the bottom up since that is the order in which they were sent. I have tried to make it easier for you by providing page numbers and the topic of the emails.  The link will open the file with all the emails and the page listing below will help you get where you want to go quicker.

Brzeczek – emails FINAL

Page 1 – CORA request

Page 2 – Why aren’t council breakfasts posted on the website?

Page 4 – Exchange with John Nalbandian on how to get along

about council workshop

Page 6 – Prince Street Crossing to Highline Canal Path

Page 9 – Scorecard

Page 10 – LPS Foundation

Page 12– Travel arrangements for Brinkman

Page 14 – Alamo

Page 16 – TrailMark – Park and HOA meeting

Page 25 – Platte River Bar & Grill

Page 26 – DBJ subscription for Brinkman

Page 27 – Recreational Marijuana

Page 28 – More with John Nalbandian on council workshop on how to get along

Page 34 – Meeting with TrailMark Residents about Process

Page 46 – Beckman and Chief of Police

Page 47 – Meeting schedule

Page 48 – Meeting between Beckman and Penny

Page 49 – Brinkman asking for printed copies

Page 50 – Meeting room for council workshop – Beckman asks for Comm Room with seating for public

Page 58 – Infrastructure meeting between Beckman and Penny

Page 60 – Breakfast Meeting

Page 62 – National League of Cities Confirmation Packets

Page 63– New Signage at Platte Canyon and Mineral

Page 65 – More TrailMark

Page 68 – Training

Page 70– CORA Request

Page 73 – Mayor having problems with website

Page 74 – Polling taxpayers about possible tax increase

Page 75 – Boards and Commissions minutes

Page 76 – Mylars need signing

Page 77 – Community Conversation on UR

Page 79 – High Line Canal Conservancy

Page 80- 83 – Mayor’s Welcome Letter

Page 84 – Beckman to Penny – Eliminate UR

Page 85 – Metro Mayor’s Caucus Weekly Digest

Page 90 – Coloradoland Tire and Service

Page 92 – Mineral Ave Corridor Assessment

Page 93 – TrailMark HOA

Page 96 – New property owner wants to meet to discuss incentives

Page 100 – Meeting with Brad Brooks

Page 103 – Sex Offenders on S Elati

Page 104 – Traffic Concerns on Mineral

Page 107 – Ribbon Cutting at TrailMark

 

Page 108 – Meeting with City Attorney and Brinkman

Page 112 – Station 19 in TrailMark

Page 115 – Building a Better Colorado

Page 118 – Mineral Discussion (Traffic)

Page 122 – More with John Nalbandian on Council workshop on getting along

Page 142 – Cost for council workshop

Page 143 – Meeting change

Page 144 – Brinkman meeting with city attorney

Page 146 – Change Littleton’s Logo – Suggestion

Page 148 – More with John Nalbandian on council workshop

Page 149 – Start time for council meetings

Page 150 – Notice where council’s dinner will be waiting for them

Page 151 – Galvanize.com – just what Brinkman thinks should go on the Ensor property

Page 152 – Mineral traffic flow

Page 154 – Cold Stone Creamery

Page 157 – CML Conference accommodations for Brinkman

Page 159 – Littleton Blvd crossings

Page 161 – Mineral traffic

Page 163 – CML workshops

Page 169 – 225 – More John Nalbandian on council workshop

Page 226 – Business list for Aspen Grove

Page 227 – South Platte Working Group

Page 231 – Letter of Resignation from Fran Pierson on Zoning Code Committee

Page 234 – Mineral Traffic meeting

Page 236 – National League of City – travel plans for Brinkman

Page 247 – Parking downtown

Page 250 – DRCOG Awards

Page 253 – Meeting between Bill Hopping, Debbie Brinkman, Michael Penny and Brad Brooks on working together with council for a better Littleton

Page 254 – Council Training

Page 257 – Televising Quasi-Judicial Board Meetings

Page 260 – Council request for their food orders

Page 263 – Meeting Changes

Page 267 – Brad Brooks, new property owner in Littleton, wants to meet to see how the city and he can work together

Page 270 – Power Point request from Kay Wilmesher on Aging Well

Page 271 – Signal at Jackass Hill

Page 277 – American Hotel and Lodging Assoc letter to mayor on short term rental market

Page 279 – Ground Breaking at TrailMark for Station 19

Page 280 – Public Info on larger businesses in Littleton

Page 284 – Craig Coronato – returning to Littleton and interested in being on Planning Board

Page 286 – CML

Page 288 – More on Mineral Ave traffic

Page 289 – Doug Clark’s email

Page 291 – Riverside Downs

Page 292 – Lakewood Economic Development Breakfast

Page 303 – Council Meeting Jan. 26

Page 305 – Closure of WalMart

Page 307 – South Metro Housing $50K Study

Page 308 – Andrew Hancock critical of council

Page 310 – Another reason not to let WalMart in

Page 312 – Council Standards

Page 320 – Parking and Growth with Levi Pike

Page 330 – Bemis as part of the Arapahoe County Library District and the Littleton Museum to the History Colorado

Page 336 – Littleton Fire Recruits Graduation

Page 341 – CML Study Session

Page 342 – Dinner arrangements

Page 343 – The Road Ahead – Jobs, Housing, Transportation: Leveraging the Benefits of TOD (Transit Oriented Development i.e. high density)

Page 347 – CML Workshops

Page 355 – Metro Mayors Forum with Denver Business Journal

Page 358 – Post card proof

Page 359 – City Update

Page 360 – Study Session Presentation Set up

Page 364 – Draft of speech for Beckman

Page 365 – Email exchange between Valdes and Beckman on housing survey

Page 373 – Meeting with Margi Clute

Page 376 – Neighborhood Meeting on Ensor

Page 381 – CML – first tier suburbs

Page 382 – Rumor Guard

Page 387 – Meeting with Margi Clute

Page 368 – Brinkman needs help with a mailing

Page 411 – Ensor property meeting with neighbors (or mob as Brinkman describes)

Page 413 – Littleton Valley Villas – potential annexation

Page 414 – Web search for council meeting minutes – not significant according to      Penny

Page 415 – vacation schedule

Page 417 – Mayor’s agenda

Page 418 – potential absence

Page 421 – Fire and a study session – Brinkman says No

Page 424 – Last night’s study session – a wonderful job

Page 426 – C470 corridor Coalition Policy Committee Meeting #31

Page 437 – Arapahoe County Mayors, Managers and Commissioners Breakfast Meeting

Page 438 – Paul Bingham’s Meeting Notice about Ensor Property – Brinkman’s reaction

Page 442 – TrailMark Station 19

Page 443 – WalMart and Sam’s Club Development Issue

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