At a Glance - July 12, 2010, Special Meeting

July 5th meeting not held, lack of quorum.
Approval to use Town Property for July 2011 wedding.
Introduction, reading and approval of Resolution
     4-2010, referring medical marijuana operations
     to the voters.
Approval of the June 21 minutes.

Payment of the bills.
Introduction, reading and approval of Resolution 5-2010,
     authorized signatures for the Bank of Colorado
Cancellation of the July 19th meeting.

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The normally schedule meeting for July 5, 2010 was not held due to lack of quorum (Kramer and Riedl were out of town and Wahlert had a family gathering.)  The Board had agreed to meet at a Special Meeting on July 12, 2010 for a conference with Attorney McGuire.

The Special Meeting of the Town of Hillrose Board of Trustees was called to order by Mayor Riedl at 7:05 p.m.  Trustees answering roll call were Colerick, Kramer and Smith. Wahlert absent due to illness.  Staff members present were Golemboski, Colerick and Nichols.  Attorney McGuire was the only visitor present.  The Mayor led the pledge of allegiance.

Public Comments:  Zach Taylor enjoyed the pool party; Nichols asked the Board to approve her request to use Town Property on July 4, 2011 for her wedding to Jody Stolp.  The Board approved the request.

Attorney McGuire was here to discuss the Town’s Medical Marijuana options after the State Legislature laws put in place in the recent Legislative Session.  After discussion and questions answered Kramer moved with Colerick seconding to read RESOLUTION 4-2010 A RESOLUTION SUBMITTING TO A VOTE OF THE REGISTERED ELECTORS OF THE TOWN OF HILLROSE, COLORADO AT THE REGULAR, COORDINATED ELECTION OF NOVEMBER 2, 2010, THE QUESTION OF WHETHER TO PROHIBIT THE OPERATION OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA CENTERS, OPTIONAL PREMISES CULTIVATION OPERATIONS, AND MEDICAL MARIJUANA-INFUSED PRODUCTS MANUFACTURERS’ LICENSES.  A voice vote was taken with all present voting yes, motion carried 4-0.  Attorney McGuire read the Resolution.  Colerick moved to approve Resolution 4-2010 with Kramer seconding.  A roll call vote was taken with all present voting yes, motion carried 4-0.  Attorney McGuire will notify the County Clerk of the ballot question and coordinated election in November.

The minutes from the June 21, 2010 meeting were presented and Smith moved with Colerick seconding to approve the minutes as printed.  Approved by unanimous voice vote.

The following reports were submitted to the Board:
Certified Operator, Dale Colerick:  as printed
Clerk/Administrator, Lynn Golemboski:  Golemboski reported on the Webinars that Nichols and Golemboski took regarding records and elections.
Deputy Clerk, Barbara Nichols:  as printed
Maintenance, Ed Wahlert:  Park mowing and fertilization; Don continues to work on picnic tables with 1 left to finish; locust tree on east side of playground cut down after damaged by wind; mowing at roadside park; roof is being repaired at town hall by Stolp and Smith; Wahlert attended to the potable water trench issues at the mobile home park.

Old Business:
Golemboski reported that 10 gallons of Bio Mist was traded for Malathion with the City of Brush and the mosquito spraying route was discussed.  We will not need to spray the river route or the extended Lower Platte & Beaver Canal Route since the storm water and floodwaters have dried up.

Colerick has continued to work on the proposed website and Golemboski reported that Ag Information would host a website up to 500 MB for $50 per year.

The 2010 Pool Party was discussed and all agreed it was a great time and a success and the Board requested a thank you be sent to the Walter family for their contribution of the roast beef and pork for the meal.

New Business:
The list of bills for July 5, 2010 were presented.  Kramer moved with Smith seconding to pay the bills in the usual manner.  Roll call vote was taken with all present voting yes, motion carried 4-0.

The Bank of Colorado recently had an audit of their account records and requested that the Town submit new signatures, identification and Resolution.  The signature cards for the bulk of the accounts had not been updated from previous mayor and mayor-pro-tem although a new signature authorization resolution had been passed and was on file with them.  Golemboski presented a RESOLUTION 3-2010 A RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE SIGNATURES ON BANK ACCOUNTS FOR THE TOWN OF HILLROSE, COLORADO.  Colerick moved with Smith seconding to read the Resolution 3-2010 a voice vote was taken with all present voting yes.  Golemboski read the resolution.  Kramer moved with Smith seconding to adopt and approve Resolution 3-2010.  A roll call vote was taken with all present voting yes, motion carried 4-0.

The July 19, 2010 meeting was cancelled because of this meeting on the 12th.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:50 p.m.

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