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00 - Planning Board - Cover Sheet - 11/18/2004CITY OF BOULDER CentralRecords PLANNING BOARD MEETING AGEN[ DATE: November 18, 2004 ~~ ' TIME: 6 p.m. ~ PLACE: • City Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3. PUBLIC PARTICIPATIDN 4. DISCUSSION OF DISPOSITIONS, PLANNING BOARD CALL-UPS 5. DISCUSSION ITEM A. Update on University of Colorado Planning Matters. Case Manager: Susan Richstone 6. ACTION ITEM A. Discussion and Direction on the 2005 Major Update to the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan including: i. The future under the current comprehensive plan, including population and employment projections, a summary of impacts, and city stntcture/ city fortn ii. The possibility of a community discussion on density iii. The work plan for the Transit Center Environs Area Plan iv. The public process for the major update ~ Case Manager: Susan Richstone 7. MATTERS FROM TIIE PLANNING BOARD, PLANNING DIRECTOR, APID CITY ATTORNEY 8. DEBRIEF MEETING/CALENDAR CHECK 9. ADJOURNMENT ~~ For more infoanation ca11303-441-1880. Board packets are available after 3pm Friday prior to meeting, online at www.ci.boulder.co.us/uwplan/boards.html, at the Boulder Public Main Library's Reference Desk, or at the Planning Department reception area. •* * SEE THE REVERSE SIDE FOR MEETINC GUIDELINES' * w CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD MEETING GUIDELINES CALL TO ORDER The Boazd must have a quorum (four members present) before the meeting can be cailed to order. AGENDA The Board may rearrange the order of the Agenda or delete items for good cause. The Boazd may not add items requiring public notice. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION The public is welcome to address the Boazd (3 minutes' ma~mum per speaker) during the Public Participarion portion of the meeting regarding any item not scheduled for a public hearing. The only items scheduled for a public heazing are those listed under the category ACTION ITEMS on the Agenda. Any e~chibits introduced into the record at t}us rime must be provided in quantities of ten (10) to the Board Secretary for distribution to the Board and admission mto the record. DISCUSSION AND STUDY SESSION ITEMS Discussion and study session items do not require morions of approval or recommendation. ACTION ITEMS An action item requires a motion and a vote. The general format for hearing of an action item is as follows: 1. Presentations a. Staffpresentarion (5 minutes maximum') b. Applicant presentation (15 minute maximum'). Any exhibits introduced into the record at this dme must be provided ici quantities of ten (10) to the Board Secretary for distribution to the Boazd and admission into the record. c. Planning Board questioning of staff or applicant for information only. 2. Public Hearing Each speaker will be allowed an oral presentatioa (3 minutes maximum•). All speakers wishing to pool their time must be present, and rime allotted will be determined by the Chair. No pooled time presentation will be perntitted to exceed ten minutes total. . Time remaining is presented by a G:een blinking light that means one minute remains, a Yellow light means 30 sewnds remain, and a Red light and beep means time has exp'ued. . Speakers should mtroduce themselves, giving name and address. If oflicially representing a group, homeowners' associarion, etc., please state that for the record as well. . Speakeis aze requested not to cepeat items addcessed 6y pcevious speakers other than m expcess points of agreement or disagreement. Refrain from reading long documents, and summarize comments wherever possible. L,ong documents may be submmed and will become a part of the o~cial record. . Speakers should address the Land Use Regularion criteria and, if possible, reference the rules that the Board uses to decide a case. . Any eachibits in~oduced into the record at the hearing must be provided in quautiues of ten (10) to the Secretary for distribu[ion to the Board and admission into the record. • Citizens can send a letter to the Planning staff at 1739 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80302, two weeks before the Plancilng Board meering, to be included in the Board packet. Conespondence received after this rime will be distributed at the Boazd meeting. 3. Board Action a. Board motion. Morions may take any number of forms. With regazd to a specific development proposal, the motion generally is to either approve [he project (with or without conditions), to deny it, or to con[inue the matter to a date certain (generally in oider to obtain additional information). b. Board discussion. Tlus is undertalcen entirely by members of the Boazd. The applicant, members of the public or city staff participate only if called upon by the Chau. ~ c. Board acrion (the vote). An affumarive vote of at least four members of the Boazd is required to pass a motion approving any action. If the vote taken resulu in either a tie, a vote of Uuee to two, or a vote of duee to one in favor of approval, the applicant shall be automarically allowed a reheazing upon requesting the same in wriring within seven days. MATTERS FROM THE PLANIYING BOARD, DIRECTOR, AND CITY ATTORNEY Any Planning Board member, the Planning Duector, or the City Attomey may introduce before the Board matters which are not included in the formal agenda. ADJOiJRNMENT The Board's goal is that regular mee[ings adjoum by.1030 p.m and tl~at study sessions ad~oum by ]0:00 p.m Agenda items will not be commenced after ] 0:00 p.m. except by majority vote of Boazd members present. •The Chair may le~gthen or shorten the t~me allotted as appropriate. lf the alb[ted time is ezceeded, the Charz may request that the speaker conclude h~s or ha commen4s. s:\plan\pb-rtems~agendas~StandardMeedngGuidel mes