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Tuesday, March 26|4:45 pm

Frisco Town Hall
1 East Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443 United States

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Meeting Agenda

The Frisco Town Council meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. 

Work sessions generally begin at 4:00pm and regular meetings start at 7:00pm. Meeting agendas and Council packets are posted the Friday before a meeting. All times and dates are subject to change. 

Public comment may be made at 7:00pm. Citizens making comments during Public Comments or Public Hearings should state their names and addresses for the record, be topic-specific and limit comments to no longer than three minutes. No Council action is taken on public comments and comments are taken under advisement. If a Council response is appropriate, the individual may receive a formal response at a later date. 

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
WORK SESSION MEETING AGENDA OF THE
TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF FRISCO
MARCH 26, 2019
4:45PM

Agenda Item #1: Summit County Preschool Request for Additional Funding 4:45pm

Agenda Item #2:  Historic Overlay Code Amendment Discussion 5:15pm

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA OF THE
TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF FRISCO
MARCH 26, 2019
7:00PM

STARTING TIMES INDICATED FOR AGENDA ITEMS ARE ESTIMATES ONLY AND MAY CHANGE

Call to Order:

Gary Wilkinson, Mayor

Roll Call:

Gary Wilkinson, Jessica Burley, Daniel Fallon, Rick Ihnken, Hunter Mortensen, Deborah Shaner, and Melissa Sherburne

Public Comments:

Citizens making comments during Public Comments or Public Hearings should state their names and addresses for the record, be topic-specific, and limit comments to no longer than three minutes.

NO COUNCIL ACTION IS TAKEN ON PUBLIC COMMENTS. COUNCIL WILL TAKE ALL COMMENTS UNDER ADVISEMENT AND IF A COUNCIL RESPONSE IS APPROPRIATE THE INDIVIDUAL MAKING THE COMMENT WILL RECEIVE A FORMAL RESPONSE FROM THE TOWN AT A LATER DATE.

Mayor and Council Comments:

Staff Updates:

Proclamation:

Earth Hour Proclamation

Consent Agenda:

  • Minutes March 12, 2019 Meeting
  • Warrant List
  • Purchasing Cards
  • Marina Project Financing: Bond Purchase Agreement
  • Resolution 19-13, a Resolution for the Purchase of a Multihog CX75 Sidewalk Machine for Use in Streets, Parks and General Town Maintenance Operations
  • Resolution 19-14, a Resolution for the Purchase of One (1) Caterpillar 930M Loader and one (1) Caterpillar 938M Loader for Use in Streets, Parks and General Town Maintenance Operations

New Business:

Agenda Item #1: Resolution 19-15, a Resolution Approving the Phase One Site Improvements at the Frisco Bay Marina Staff: tom hogeman 1) Mayor opens public hearing 2)  Staff report  3)  Public comments  4)  Mayor closes public hearing  5)  Council discussion  6)  Motion made  7)  Motion seconded  8)  Discussion on motion  9)  Question called

Agenda Item #2: Resolution 19-16, a Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and Town Clerk to Execute That Certain Agreement for the Peninsula Recreation Area Building Design Build Construction Services with MW Golden Constructors  Staff: Diane McBride 1) Mayor opens public hearing 2)  Staff report  3)  Public comments  4)  Mayor closes public hearing  5)  Council discussion  6)  Motion made  7)  Motion seconded  8)  Discussion on motion  9)  Question called

Agenda Item #3: First Reading Ordinance 19-04, an Ordinance Amending Chapter 180 of the Code of Ordinances of the Town of Frisco, Concerning the Unified Development Code, By Amending Subsection 180-1.5.3, Concerning Building Permits and Certificates of Occupancy; Subsection 180-2.5.1.D, Concerning the Approval Criteria for Conditional Uses; Subsection 180-2.5.2.B.1, Table 2-2, Concerning Site Plan Review Thresholds; Subsection 180-2.5.2.D.3.A, Concerning Sketch Plan of the Major Site Plan Review Procedures; Subsection 180-2.5.2D.4, Concerning Staff Review and Action of the Major Site Plan Review Procedures; Subsection 180-2.7.2, Table 2-3, Concerning Allowable Administrative Adjustments; Subsection 180-3.11, Table 3.11-1, Concerning CC District Dimensional Standards; Subsection 180-3.17.11, Concerning Table of Allowed Uses; Subsection 180-5.2.1.C.2, Concerning Crawlspaces and Basements Associated with Cabin Housing; Subsection 180-5.2.3.C.2, Concerning Dumpster Enclosures; Subsection 180-5.2.6.J, Concerning Location Criteria for Medical marijuana Dispensaries; Subsection 180-5.2.8, Concerning Residential Uses in the Central Core and Mixed Use Districts; Subsection 180-5.2.9.I., Concerning Locational Criteria for Retail Marijuana; Subsection 180-5.2.7, Concerning Light Industrial Zoning District;    Subsection 180-5.2.8, Concerning the Light Industrial Zoning District; Subsection 180-5.5.B.1., Concerning Density Bonus in the Central Core, Gateway, and Mixed-Use Districts; Subsection 180-6.3.2, Concerning Buildings Occupying More Than One Lot; Subsection 180-6.8.A., Concerning Allowance of Non-Solid Fuel-Burning Devices; Subsection 180-6.13.3., Concerning On-Premise Parking Requirements;   Subsection 180-6.13.3., Table 6-1, Concerning Required Number of Parking Spaces By Land Use;  Subsection 180-6.13.3.D. Concerning Minimum Parking Requirements for the Central Core District (CC) and Properties Within the Mixed-Use District (MU) that Front on West Main; Subsection 180-6.16.3.E, Concerning General Requirements for Outdoor Lighting;   Section 180-8, Concerning Fences and Walls; Subsection 180-6.19.7.D, Concerning Snow and Wind Load Standards for Signs;  Subsection 180-6.19.12.C, Concerning Flags; Subsection 180-6.19.14, Concerning Nonconforming Signs;  Subsection 180—6.22.3.F, Concerning Residential Development Standards for Garages; Subsection 180-7.6.3, Concerning Subdivision Lots; Subsection 180-7.6.9, Concerning Sanitary Sewers;   Subsection 180-8.5.1, Concerning Change, Extension or Alteration of Nonconforming Buildings and Structures; Subsection 180-9.2.3, Concerning Definitions of General Use Categories for Person Services;   Section 180-9.3, Concerning General Definitions for Affordable Housing, Bedroom, Certificate of Occupancy, Condominium Hotel, Electric Vehicle Charging Station, Structure Height, Kennel, Commercial/Industrial Laundromat, Self-Service Laundromat, Multi-Housing Laundry, On-Premise Laundry, Public or Private Park, Personal Services, Substantial Destruction, Conditional Use, and Veterinary Clinic Staff: Bill Gibson 1) Mayor opens public hearing 2)  Staff report  3)  Public comments  4)  Mayor closes public hearing  5)  Council discussion  6)  Motion made  7)  Motion seconded  8)  Discussion on motion  9)  Question called

Adjourn: