If these hadn't been added, I'd be going home right now. *sigh*
Carr: It's a relatively straightforward transaction. We're very worried about getting ahead of council on this.
The memo everyone is quoting is confidential, so all I know about it is coming from the dais.
Apparently the memo includes what the parking lot is worth. That's why it's confidential.
Yates echoes that.
Young: That can happen in concept. The deal is going to be contingent on that. If they're not happy and we're not happy, it's not going to happen.
"There's a concern the Hill is declining and has been for awhile. It's starting to feel like a crisis situation. We keep making them come and say that to us."
Jones brings up the CU conference center, which will include parking.
It's like $22M, OK we can do without that. Then suddenly the feasibility gap disappeared. "These things are just sort of... it's almost as if they are..."
Jones: "Listening to us?"
Jane Brautigam: Request was staff to figure out how to fit those things into their time/budget. That's what you'll be hearing May 7.
Nagle: "I'm not interested in having a public hearing bc the whole idea of the working group .... they have the answers ... that are not lethal control."
"Now we have ppl who are not happy with the prairie dog working group and they're going outside and we have OSBT undermining the direction we had all agreed upon."
SHE BROUGHT THIS UP! WHAT THE ACTUAL F?
Morzel: No, since in my mind we've already had that public hearing. (This vote was her idea. I'm so freaking confused.)
Jones also OK with no public hearing. And board input is helpful so I don't mind waiting for that.
Weaver: It has to be talked about bc one of our major boards brought it up.
Time 6-8 wks after EAB and PRAB have met seems to be the goal.