Westminster City Council took the following action during its June 10 meeting. Council members in attendance were Mayor Nancy McNally; Mayor Pro Tem Faith Winter and councilors Bob Briggs, Mark Kaiser, Mary Lindsey, Herb Atchison and Scott Major.
Council unanimously approved the Sixth Amended Wandering View Preliminary Development Plan and Tenth Amended Wandering View Filing 4, 1st Replat Official Development Plan with the following conditions: all illegal and non-conforming signs will be removed from rights-of-way and landscaped areas, and all illegal, non-permitted banners will be removed and all dead and missing plant materials will be replaced. Both of these conditions will be met prior to the issuance of any business license, building permits, or certificates of occupancy, required after the adoption date of this approval. This recommendation is based on a finding that the criteria set forth in Sections 11-5-14 and 11-5-15 of the Westminster Municipal Code have been met.
Council unanimously authorized the transfer of $216,980 from the Open Cut Sewer Capital Improvement account into the 87th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard Lift Station Replacement Project to provide funds necessary to complete the project. City Council awarded RN Civil Construction a contract for the project construction on April 22 and construction of the new lift station is now under way. The project will relocate the lift station away from traffic adding a redundant discharge pipeline for reliability add a buried overflow storage tank to reduce the risk of spills, and relocate the lift station out of the storm water drainage way prone to flooding conditions.
Council passed Councilors Bill No. 24 on first reading after a 6-1 vote authorizing the city manager to enter into an Economic Development Agreement with Bradburn Northern Associates, LLC for the purpose of facilitating a Whole Foods Market in Bradburn Village. Bradburn Northern Associates, an affiliate of Continuum Partners, has secured a long term lease with Whole Foods Market to be built in Bradburn Village. Staff recommended an Economic Development Agreement, to assist with this project, totaling $800,000.
The next council meeting will be 7 p.m. on Monday, June 24, at City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave. in Westminster.
— Compiled by Ashley Reimers