Pre-inclusion Agreement with South Metro Fire – Is It Good For Littleton’s Citizens?

City Council will approve an Agreement to Move to South Metro Fire on Tuesday, April 17, 2018

 The Meeting is Your Last and Only Chance to be Heard before the Move to South Metro Fire Goes Final

 Tell Council You Want A Fair Deal

 Fire protection is a big deal for everyone and we all respect and appreciate the service fire fighters provide for the City of Littleton.  When Littleton’s fire partners, Highlands Ranch and the Littleton Fire Protection District, backed out of their Agreement with the City, the City explored other fire and emergency service options.  The result of its exploration is the Pre-Inclusion Agreement that will be considered at Tuesday’s April 17, 2018 council meeting. Continue reading

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City Council Study Session – 10 April 2018 (Kendig Keast, Homeless, Quasi-Judicial)

City Council Study Session                 10 April 2018.            Citizen Minutes

Pat Driscoll was absent
a)  ID# 18-124 Study session on community visioning process with Kendig Keast –

Vision to Comprehensive Plan – Preliminary Scope and Outline

Gary Mitchell and Meredith Dang from Kendig Keast talked about what they will do to help Littleton with the “visioning” to Complan and Code update. Continue reading

City Council Regular and Special Meeting 3 April 2018 – South Metro Fire

City Council Regular Meeting.      3 April 2018.        Citizen Minutes – Karina Elrod was absent

Citizen Comments

Linda Knufinkepresented a comparison of the cost between South Metro and Littleton Fire based on a cost per call.  She used the CAFR info from each organization to make her comparisons.  The data shows that South Metro’s cost per call is $5,857.29 and Littleton’s cost per call is $1,777.47.  Continue reading

City Council Study Session 27 March 2018 – Legislative Rules and Nex Gen Advisory Group

City Council Study Session.       27 March 2018             Citizen Minutes

 ID# 18-113 – Updates to council protocols and/or legislative procedures

Kathy Novak talked to the council about how to build a relationship. She asked the council to write down their expectations of council.

Jerry Valdes – be prepared – read and understand the package of material for each meeting. Ask questions.

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City Council Regular Meeting 20 March 2018 – Wildlife Ordinance

City Council Regular Meeting            20 March 2018                   Citizen Minutes

Public Comment

John Watson thanked council for the formation of the Columbine Square Advisory Group. He spoke to what he believes to be an inadequacy in Littleton’s impact fees. He compared Littleton’s impact fees to Brighton, Colorado Springs, Boulder, and Aurora. Littleton’s total impact fees are $3,697 as compared to Longmont’s $13,000, Boulder’s $8,500 and Colorado Springs’ $6,000 to $7,000. He said he has a deaf ear when he hears the need for road improvements when we need to collect more in impact fees. Continue reading