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Silverthorne Town Council agenda for Wednesday, April 11

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

SILVERTHORNE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING

AGENDA FOR WEDNESDAY, April 11, 2007 – 6:00 PM

I. CALL TO ORDER/ ROLL CALL/APPROVAL OF AGENDA

II. STAFF COMMENTS

III. COUNCIL COMMENTS

Recognition of Stuart Richardson for Planning Commission Service

IV. CONSENT CALENDAR

A. Meeting Minutes – March 28, 2007

V. CITIZEN’S COMMENTS*

VI. PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS*

VII. LIQUOR BOARD

A. Diamond Shamrock Corner Store #4142 3.2% Beer Retail License

B Summit Chamber of Commerce/Snow Homes Properties – Special Events

Permit 5-3-07

VIII. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Ordinance 2007- 4, An Ordinance Annexing Lot 31, Ptarmigan Trail Estates Unit 1, Second Reading

B. Ordinance 2007-5, An Ordinance Zoning Lot 31, Ptarmigan Trail Estates Unit 1, Second Reading

IX. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

X. ACTION ITEMS

A. Ordinance 2007- 07, Modification of Fire Ban Ordinance – First Reading

B. Resolution 2007- 08, A Resolution Adopting the Second Amended IGA for Summit Combined Housing Authority – First Reading

XI. DISCUSSION ITEMS

XII. EXECUTIVE SESSION

A. Instruct Negotiators Regarding Comcast Franchise Agreement

B. Instruct Negotiators Regarding Annexation Request of the Smith Ranch

XIII. INFORMATIONAL

Planning Commission Minutes – April 3, 2007

XIV. ADJOURNMENT

*Citizens making comments during Citizens Comments or Public Hearings should state their name and address for the record, be topic-specific, and limit comments to 3-5 minutes.

Council may add citizen comment items as an Action Item by motion, however, the general policy is to refer citizen comments for review and recommendation. Public presentations must be pre-arranged a week in advance with the Town Manager and are limited to 10 minutes.


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