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00 - Planning Board - Cover Sheet - 7/25/2002• a~~=~ ~ ~ ~ Project Manager: Jean Gatza Dinner Break (5:30-630 p.m.) B. Continuation of the public hearing and consideration of the 2003-2008 Capital Improvements Program (CIP). CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD MEETING AGENDA DATE: July 25, 2002 TIME: 3 p.m. PLACE: City Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 1777 Broadway 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 3. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION 4. DISCUSSION OF DISPOSITIONS, PLANNING BOARD CALL-UPS 5. MATTERS FROM THE PLANNING BOARD, PLANMNG DIRECTOR, AND CTPY ATTOI2NEY 6. ACTION ITEM A. Public hearing and consideration of the 2003-2008 Capital Ixnprovements Program (CIP). This includes identification of capital projects that will require review through the Community and Environmental Assessment Process (CEAP). 7. ADJOURNMENT For more information call 303-441-1880. Board packets are available online at www.ciboulder.co.us/pw~lan/ , at the Boulder Public Main Library's Reference Desk, or at the Planning Deparhnent reception area. `"' SEE THE REVERSE SIDE FOR MEETING GUIDELINES *** • CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING BOARD MEETING GUIDELINES ROBERTS RULES OF ORDER AND THE PROCEDURAL RULES OF THE PLANNING BOARD ARE THE BASIS FOR THE PLANNING BOAItD MEETING GUIDELINES. THESE ARE PROCEDURAL GUIDELINES AND MAY BE MODIFIED BY THE BOARD AT THE MEETING. CALL TO ORDER . The Boazd must have a quorum (four members present and capable of voting) before the meeting can be called to order. APPROVAL OF AGENDA The Board may reaaange the order oF the Agenda or delete items for good cause. The Board may not add items requiring notice. CITIZEN PARTICIPATION The public is welcome to address the Board during the Citizen Participation portion of the meeting regarding any item not scheduled for a public hearing (which includes Matters from the Board and Itetns for Discussion/Information) 5 minutes maximum* per speaker. Any exhibits introduced into the record at this time must be provided in quantities of ten (10) to the Secretary for dishibution ro the Board and admission into the record. CONSENT CALENDAR Items of business on the consent calendar may be removed to the acrion items for diswssion. If no consent items are removed, the consent calendar is understood to be endorsed or recognized as approved. All items on the consent calendar are approved by one motion. Anyone who would like to request that the Board remove an item from the consent calendar may do so during the public heating. MATTERS FROM THE PLANNING BOARD, DIRECTOR, AND CITY ATTORNEY Any Planning Board member, the D'uector ar the City Attorney may inffoduce before the Board matters which are not included in the formal agenda. ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION/INFORMATION Discussion/information items do not require motions 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. 5 minutes maximum* staff presentation b. 15 minute maximum* applicant presentation. Any exhibits introduced into the record at this time must be provided in quantities of ten (10) to the Secretary for distribution to the ~oard and admission into the record. c. Planning Board questioning of staff or applicant for information only. 2. Public Hearing a. 3 minutes maximum* per speaker. All speakers wishing to pool their time must be present, and time allotted will be deternuned by the Chair. No pooled time presentation will be pernutted to exceed ten minutes total. Speakecs are requested not to repeat items addressed by previous speakers other than to express points of agreement or disagreement. Any exhibits introduced into the record at this time must be provided in quantities of ten (10) to the Secretary for distribution to the Board and admission into the record. b. 5 minutes maximum* staff response to any issue raised during the public hearing. 3. Board Action a. Board motion. Motions may take any number of forms. With regard to a specific development proposal, the motion generally is to approve the project (with or without conditions), to deny it, or to continue the matter to a date certain (generally in order to obtain additional information). b. Board discussion. This is undertaken entirely by members of the Board. The applicant, members of the public or city staff participaCe only if called upon by the Chair. c. Board action (the vote). An affirmative vote of at least four members of the Board is required to pass a motion approving any action. If the vote taken results in a tie, a vote of three to two, or a vote of three to one in favor of approval, the applicant shall be automatically allowed a rehearing upon requesting the same in writing within seven days. ADJOURNMENT The Board's goal is that regular meetings adjoum by ]030 p.m. and that study sessions adjourn by 10:00 p.m. Agenda items will not be commenced after 10:00 p.m. except by majority vote of Board members present. *The Chair may leng~hen or shor[en [he [ime albtted as appropriate. If the allo[ted Iime is exceeded, Ihe Chair may reques[ Iha[ the speaker conclude his or her commen~s. s: \plan\pb-items\agendas\StandardMeetingGuideli~e s