Again, no info to share on this bc none was included in the 600-page council packet.
Jan. 21 is another update, on the report on tradeoffs expected end-of-year, then a February one to do a deeper dive.
Phil Kleiser going over what CU wants to do there: student housing, classes, recreational fields
2015: city council accepted South Boulder Creek flood mitigation plan
2016: Started engaging CU around annexation
That's one of the sticking points now, is that flood mitigation is going to flood land that CU wants to build on.
That 500-year detention area could be shrunk a bit to reduce the inundation on CU's buildable land.
On the other hand, they want/need to annex to access city services (water, sewer).
No, Kleisler says.
(I think I need to correct the spelling of his name in previous tweets. I always forget that second L)
Taddeucci: I'm not sure.
Friend: Are we two years delayed, approximately?
This is an issue we've been over and over. Carr says (again) that's a council decision to make: Whether or not flood mitigation is a proper open space use. (Therefore not requiring a disposal)
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