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CORTEZ CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR MEETING
TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2022
7:30 P.M.
 
             
1.   CALL TO ORDER - PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 
2.   CONSENT AGENDA

The listing under "Consent Agenda" is a group of items to be acted on with a single motion and vote. This agenda is designed to expedite the handling of limited routine matters by City Council. Either the public or a Councilmember may request that an item may be removed from the Consent Agenda at that time, prior to Council's vote. The Mayor will ask if a citizen or Councilmember wishes to have any specific item removed from the Consent Agenda for discussion.
 
a.   Approval of the Minutes of the Worksesson and Regular Council Meeting held on March 22, 2022 Click to View
 
b.   Expenditure List for April 12, 2022 City Council Meeting Click to View
 
c.   Approval of a Special Events Permit to be hosted by Cortez Retail Enhancement Association for a fundraiser for KSJD Radio to be held at Montezuma Park, on Thursday, May 12, 2022, located at the corner of Market Street and Montezuma Avenue. Click to View
 
d.   Approval of a Special Events Permit to Habitat of Humanity of Montezuma County for a fundraiser event on Friday, April 22, 2022, at the Montezuma County Annex, located at 107 N. Chestnut Street, Cortez Click to View
 
e.   Approval of a Special Event Permit to the Cortez Area Chamber of Commerce for an After Hours event on Thursday, April 21, 2022, on the premises of the Wade Agency LLC, located at 31 West Main Street, Cortez. Click to View
 
3.   PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
There is no limit to the number of speakers, although public comments will be held to an overall time limit of 30 minutes.
(Speakers have a time limit of three (3) minutes per person, may only speak once, and may not cede time to another commenter.  Please reference rules below.)
 
4.   PRESENTATIONS
 
a.   Child Abuse Awareness Month Proclamation Click to View
 
b.   National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Proclamation Click to View
 
c.   Arbor Day Proclamation Click to View
 
5.   PUBLIC HEARINGS 
 
6.   UNFINISHED BUSINESS
 
7.   NEW BUSINESS
 
a.   Award a sole source contract to CEM Sales and Service to replace the Splash Pad Controller on the Cortez Outdoor Municipal Pool
 
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  Council will consider approving a sole source contract to CEM Sales and Service in the amount of $14,754 to replace the Splash Pad Controller at the Cortez Outdoor Municipal Pool.
 
 
b.   Award a Construction Contract to Install Starting Blocks at the Cortez Outdoor Municipal Pool
 
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  Council will consider approving a construction contract to install starting blocks at the Cortez Outdoor Municipal Pool to B & B Concrete in the amount of $9,208.
 
 
c.   Ordinance No. 1299, Series 2022
 
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  Council will consider approving on first reading Ordinance No. 1299, Series 2022, approving Built Year Agreement with Kansas State Bank (Government Obligation Contract with Attachments) and Vehicle Lease, and set for public hearing on April 26, 2022.
 
 
8.   DRAFT RESOLUTION/ORDINANCES
 
9.   CITY ATTORNEY'S REPORT
 
10.   CITY MANAGER'S REPORT
 
11.   CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS
 
a.   Mayor's Report on Workshop
 
b.   Other Board Reports
 
12.   OTHER ITEMS OF BUSINESS
 
a.   Executive Session as needed
 
13.   PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
There is no limit to the number of speakers and no overall time limit.
(Speakers have a time limit of three (3) minutes per person, may only speak once, and may not cede time to another commenter.  Please reference rules below.)
 
14.   ADJOURNMENT

 
 


 
PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 11, SERIES 2022, PUBLIC COMMENT:
--Individuals may comment regarding items on the Council agenda or any other topic they wish to address the City Council about, including items discussed in a previous Council Workshop.    Those wishing to comment must register by completing an "Intent to Speak" card (located outside of the Council chambers).  Completed cards will be collected at the start of the meeting and delivered to the Mayor, who will call each speaker to the podium at the appropriate time.  Comments specific to agenda items scheduled for public hearings should be reserved and delivered during the public hearing session.
--Courtesy, civility, and respect for others is expected.  All comments should be addressed directly to the Council. Commenters who are called upon by the Mayor to speak are the only persons allowed to speak during the allotted time.  Comments, or other distractions from the audience intended for commenters or others are not permitted.  The Mayor, as the chairperson for the meeting, retains the discretion to deviate from the formats described below.
--There are two general opportunities for citizens to address the Council:
For the first opportunity (which will occur toward the start of the meeting) there is no limit to the number of speakers, although public comments will be held to an overall time limit of 30 minutes so City business may proceed.  Speakers have a time limit of 3 minutes per person, may only speak once, and may not cede time to other commenters.
For the second opportunity (which will occur toward the end of the meeting) there is no limit to the number of speakers, and no overall time limit.  Speakers have a time limit of 3 minutes per person, may only speak once, and may not cede time to other commenters.
--Other Opportunities to Participate
Citizens may also participate via email if addressed to councilcomments@cortezco.gov. Comments received by 3:00pm the day of a Council meeting will be delivered to Council the same day and entered into the meeting minutes.  Citizens may also send letters to the Council by addressing them to "City Council" 123 Roger Smith Ave., Cortez, CO 81321.  In-person deliveries are also accepted.






MOTION TO GO INTO EXECUTIVE SESSION:
--For a conference with the City attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(b);
--For the purpose of determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, and/or instructing negotiators under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(e);
--To discuss the purchase, acquisition, lease, transfer, or sale of real, personal, or other property interest under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(a)
--For discussion of a personnel matter under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(f)(l) and not involving: any specific fie employees who have requested discussion of the matter in open session: any member of this body or any elected official: the appointment of any person to fill an office of this body or of an elected official: or personnel policies that do not require the discussion of matters personal to particular employees
--For discussion of a matter required to be kept confidential by the following federal or state law, or regulation: ____ under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(c)
--For discussion of specialized details of security arrangements or investigations under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(d)
--For consideration of documents protected by the mandatory nondisclosure provisions of the Open Records Act under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(g)

AND THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL DETAILS ARE PROVIDED:
(a brief description must be included following the statute citation regarding why the executive session is being held) 
 

    

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