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LAST thing: Board and commission appointments. Carr going over the tie-breaking process bc we have 8 council members.
If there is an impasse, pause, have a discussion and see if it can be resolved. If not, put all the impasses off to the end and then work them out at the end, but go through and continue to vote. Appoint anybody that gets 5 votes.
If they can't be resolved, they flip a coin. Not kidding.
Appointments have to be made in March, per charter.
Arts Commission: 5 applicants for one 5-yr term
Morzel nominates Ginger (Virginia) Zukowski
Jones nominates Bruce Borowsky
Brockett nominates Cynthia Sliker
Nagle nominates Alan O'Hashi
First vote is a tie between Bruce and Ginger.
That's being tabled to the end.
Beverages Licensing Authority. 2 applicants, but only Michael Absalom interviewed publicly. So he is the unanimous pick.
Environmental Advisory Board: 5 applicants (only four showed up to interview)
Weaver nominates Miriam Hacker (current member)
Morzel nominates Martin Hoerling
Morzel talking about Boulder's "two big demolitions" and the environmental questions around that.
Unanimous for Miriam Hacker.
Housing Advisory Board: 8 applicants for two 5-yr terms and one 3-yr term
Current HAB member Adam Swetlik is being reappointed to a three-year term
Morzel nominates Juliette Boone
Brockett nominates Claudia Thiem
Yates nominates Arthur Okner
Weaver nominates Daniel Teoduro
Jones nominates Laura Kaplan
Juliette Boone gets the first seat.
Morzel nominates Terry Palmos
Terry Palmos gets the second 5-yr seat
Housing Authority (Boulder Housing Partners board)
Three applicants for one 5-yr term; only one made it to the interview: Tony Adams. Yates nominates him.
Adams gets it (the mayor does this one)
Human Relations Commission: 11 applicants for one 5-yr term
Someone nominated current member Lindsey Loberg
Unanimous vote
Landmarks Board: 2 applicants for one 5-yr term
Carlisle nominates Joan Zimmerman
Brockett nominates William Jellick
Jellick is a current member
Another tie vote.
William Jellick gets it.
Library Commission: 3 applicants for 5-yr term
Yates nominates Andy Sayler
Morzel nominates Steven Frost
Frost gets it.
Open Space Board of Trustees: 6 applicants for one 5-yr term
Yates nominates Paul Cure
Carlisle nominates David Kuntz
Kuntz gets it.
Parks & Rec Advisory Board: 5 applicants (one did not interview) for 5-yr term
Morzel nominates Charles Brock
Jones nominates Mark Eller
Brock gets it.
Planning Board: 13 applicants for two 5-yr terms
Morzel nominates Sarah Silver
Weaver nominates Lupita Montoya
Brockett nominates Madalene Fetsch
This board is losing two women, will have 5 men, so council wants women this time.
Montoya gets the first seat.
Sarah Silver gets the second.
Transportation Advisory Board: 10 applicants for one 5-yr term
Carlisle nominates Alex Weinheimer
Morzel nominates Brent Halsey
Weaver nominates David Martus
Weinhemer gets the seat.
Water Resources Advisory Board: 7 applicants (only five interviewed) for 5-yr term
Young nominates Gordon McCurry
Brockett nominates John Berggren
McCurry gets it.
Now we're revisiting Arts, which had a tie vote.
Bruce Borowsky gets it.
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