City Council Study Session – 21 March 2017

City Council Study Session                   21 March 2017                   Citizen Minutes

Unification Update and Presentation from our Fire Partners

Chief Armstrong began the presentation stating that they recognize the challenges that exist with the IGAs (Intergovernmental Agreements) and they will be discussing options to sustain a strong partnership. They see a need for a third party to evaluate, analyze and communicate to get city council’s support to move forward with unification.  One of the fire partners said action needed to be taken in 2017. Continue reading

Council Appoints New Board and Commission Members

Each year council interviews and appoints (or reappoints) members of the various boards and commissions.  Members serve three year terms and are limited to three terms.  The recent appointments are: Continue reading

City Council Meeting – 7 March 2017

City Council Meeting – Regular Meeting and Study SessionCitizen Minutes 7 March 2017

Public Comment

Ms. Fay asked the council to cut off merger talks with the Cunningham Fire District until they do right by their customers. Continue reading

Reminder – Community Conversation – Historic Preservation Board and Their Impact on Downtown Littleton

Community Conversation                        March 9th              7:00

The Community Conversation for the month of March will feature Mike Price from the Littleton Historic Preservation Board (HPB).  He will be there to provide an overview of what the HPB does, how they impact the development in downtown Littleton, the incentives used to attract members, and their role in approving development projects. Continue reading

City Council Meeting 21 February 2017

City Council Regular Meeting                Citizen Minutes                   21 February 2017

Public Comment

Isaac Ehrinstein, an 8th grader at McIntosh Academy, told the council that Colorado had a great state flag. He went on to tell the council what made a great looking flag and used the example of a poorly designed state flag that had been flown upside down for 10 days over the capitol before anyone knew it was upside down. He provided council with several of his own designs for a Littleton flag. Continue reading