Notice of violation for using the residence as a reception/banquet facility dismissed for a settlement in which uses of the home are restricted for 3 years
$100 civil penalty.
Appealed in Boulder Municipal Court
Judge Jeff Cahn held a two-day hearing; affirmed penalty
DiDomenico appealed to Boulder District Court
City attorney started settlement talks, met with neighbors Gregg and Donna Thornton
Defines event as no more than 75 ppl
No event can have more than 150 attendees
Limit of 8 fundraiser events per calendar year
No limit on number of family, religious or political events
Email noticed will be provided to anyone who requests it
Fundraiser attendees will leave by 9:30 pm.; support staff by 11 p.m.
Shining Mountain will be informed of settlement; parking can be at the school
DiDomenico will construct a fence to protect the Thorntons
SAYS THE MEMBER OF COUNCIL WHO JUST CHEERED PREVENTING LAND FROM HAVING TINY HOMES ON IT FOR FORMERLY HOMELESS PPL OR OLD PPL.
Morzel: It sets a really bad precedent. I think we'll regret this. It allows ppl to move forward and break our rules.
Morzel: So it's not a settlement. It's a settlement between some rich, entitled ppl and the city.
Morse interrupts her, so she stops talking.
Young: "It's a slippery slope. It would add thousands and thousands..."
"We will take action, whether it's a board or commission or a council member."
Actually, what the person did was imply the opposite, via sarcasm. But whatever.
Carr: We have guidelines. Written 10 yrs ago. Could be updated with social media behavior.
Brockett: It is a bit of a new world.
Replacing Michael McKenzie, who himself replaced Leonard May
Applicants: Laura Kaplan, Arthur Okner, Daniel Teodoru, Claudia Thiem, Cynthia Torres
Brockett nominates Thiem
Yates nominates Okner
Jones nominates Kaplan
Replacing Andria Billich, leaving in August
Applicants: Beth Bennett (did not interview), Paul Cure (running for council), Doug Ginley, Harold Hallstein, Daniel Teodoru, Jason Unger
Carlisle nominates Hallstein
Yates nominates Ginley
Jones reminds council of this, especially given discussion they JUST had
He's supporting Hallstein.
Someone makes a joke on Twitter = might be removed
Someone yells at council and has to be removed from the chamber? Put them on the board.
Anyone want to write it?
Jones: Sometimes we do it to save $$ on staff. So it's interesting, but we might need more info to draw conclusions.
Carlisle: All of it. It should be available to the public as well as us. So if somebody goes to a dept website, they can see it.
Brautigam: It's better than it used to be.
Carlisle: It doesn't. I read these things in the paper or I come across them, and I want to know where they've gone.