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DECEMBER 2, 2014 PUBLIC MEETING MINUTES

  • CALL TO ORDER (Time 6:35)
  • POLICE OFFICERS – District 4 Commander Bill Nagel;
    • Focus on violent crimes – had a decrease in aggravated assault.
    • Public meeting next Wed at 2100 S. Clay St. 6PM
    • Talked about local crime and Denver’s challenges
  • COUNCILWOMAN FAATZ / DANA; Bear Valley library will now be open more hours, T & Th will open at 10 PM instead of noon.
    • Discussed the Marvin Booker settlement case.
  • OFFICERS REPORTS

PRESIDENT – ROB COLLINS Nothing to report

VP – BOB JOHNSON – had his gasoline siphoned from his vehicle. Bought a locking gas cap.

SECRETARY, READ MINUTES OF LAST MEETING (11/4 ) “Approved”

TREASURER – NANCY POLAK

  • BILLS PAID
  • MEMBERSHIP – JOHN POLAK
  • PARKS – DAVE & CLORINDA LOVATO

¨ Park looks good, trash is picked up, and there is not enough light at the south east corner.

  • SAFETY – RICK REED; Nothing to report.
  • SOCIAL – LORETTA SCHUH; 86 people signed up for the Christmas party.
  • ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL – MIKE SCHUH: Talked to a new homeowner who asked what color they could paint and what kind of roof.
  • ISLAND/ENTRANCE – KAY REED; Thanked everyone who helped decorate the entry.
  • VILLAGE EDITOR – JANE BROWN: No report
  • BLOCK REPS – ANY: None present
  • OLD BUSINESS
  • No new Public Hearing about rezoning of property on S. Harlan.
  • Maro Casparian, Director of Consumer Protection from Denver Distinct Attorney's office rescheduled for Jan. 6 meeting
  • Job descriptions need to be written by EVERYONE
  • NEW BUSINESS
    • Increase of dues next June mentioned
  • OTHER BUSINESS / ISSUES/ANNOUNCEMENTS
    • none

MEETING CLOSED AT ( Time 8:05)