Westminster City Council voted on the following legislation during its June 24 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 authorized the director of community development to execute a public improvements agreement with Taylor Morrison of Colorado for the realignment of 108th Avenue at Simms Street at a cost of $280,000.
In 2011, the council appropriated a total of $280,000 within the New Development Participation Capital Improvement Project to pay for the city’s estimated share of the cost of the realignment. Those funds are immediately available, but it is anticipated that the city’s participation payment will not be made until January 2014.
Council unanimously authorized the city manager to execute a contract with Carollo Engineers in the amount of $146,705 to provide design services for repairs to the Northwest Water Treatment Facility water storage tank, and authorizing a 10 percent contingency in the amount of $14,671, for a total project cost of $161,376. Council also authorized the transfer of project savings from the Meadowlark Water Line account into the water tanks major repair and replacement project account.
Council passed Councilors Bill No. 24 on first reading on a 6-1 vote, authorizing the city manager to enter into an economic development agreement totalling $800,000 with Bradburn Northern Associates, LLC to facilitate 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 build in Bradburn Village.
The next council meeting is at 7 p.m. Monday, July 8, at City Hall, 4800 W. 92nd Ave. in Westminster.
— Compiled by Ashley Reimers