June 17, 2021

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Woodland Park City Council resolution to reassert legal rights finishes in tie Town hires new regulation firm, can make appointments | Pikes Peak Courier

WOODLAND PARK • Right after both of those January Woodland Park Town Council conferences were being canceled, council’s Feb. 3 agenda was active with appointments, drinking water rights, contracts, ordinances and resolutions.

Mayor Pro Tem Hilary LaBarre began the assembly with an explanation for why she was performing as mayor. Mayor Val Carr is in the clinic battling COVID-19. She asked that citizens regard his and his family’s privacy.

The major function for the evening arrived practically at the close when Councilwoman Stephanie Alfieri launched Resolution 871:

“A resolution Reasserting the Rights of the Town of Woodland Park and its Inhabitants and Condemning the Unconstitutional Limits Imposed Upon their Freedoms by the Governor of Colorado.”

Alfieri and LaBarre labored jointly on the resolution, but LaBarre finally voted from it stating the language was too broad and she needed Carr to have a possibility to weigh in.

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In other company, council:

• Appointed Eric Disman and Al Bunge to the Woodland Park Scheduling Fee. Council tied on a third appointment, so the appointment of Bob Carlsen or the reappointment of Peter Scanlon will be taken up again at the future meeting.

• Reappointed Jerry Superior and Murphy to the Downtown Growth Authority board, but tied on the appointment of Marty McKenna.

• Appointed Dean Nelson and Jim Rumsey to the Board of Adjustment. The town will publicize to fill a 3rd emptiness.

• Accepted an ordinance on 1st reading through to acknowledge, as real home, 1.5 h2o shares in the Twin Lakes Reservoir and a resolution to pay back for the shares at a whole price tag of $64,500. The dollars will come from the Water Organization Fund, which Utilities Director Kip Wiley stated has a balance of about $5 million.

• Accredited an ordinance on 1st studying setting the city’s internet site as its formal “instrument for community notification.”

• Authorized liquor license transfers for Oasis Liquor, formerly Paradise Liquor, and the Alta retail store, following the company’s 90 Colorado retailers had been purchased out.

• Amended the Historic Preservation Committee’s by rules to established all conditions at four decades.

• Set the 2021 single-spouse and children water faucet allotment at 72.

• Accepted a deal with Murray Dahl, Beery & Renaud LLP for authorized providers.

This was Meyers’ very last assembly.

Following serving as the metropolis lawyer for just below two years, he is having a work with the town of Frederick in Weld County.