Salida City Council will convene a regular meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4, following a 4 p.m. work session in City Council Chambers, Room 190, 448 E. First St.
The work session agenda includes a joint session with the Salida Planning Commission regarding a possible central business overlay district for downtown Salida to ensure that it remains a viable commercial district.
Also on the work session agenda is an update from Harry Brull regarding the city administrator search and consideration of a resolution in support of the Salida Crossings ballot question in the Sept. 25 special election.
The agenda for the regular meeting includes:
• A presentation about Salida water operations by Salida water attorney Jennifer DiLalla.
• A presentation by Marilyn Moore of the Salida Tree Board.
• An opportunity for citizens to comment on topics not scheduled for public hearing.
• Consideration of a special event liquor permits for an event at A Church from 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15.
• Consideration of a memorandum of understanding between the U.S. Department of Interior, the U.S.
Bureau of Land Management’s Royal Gorge Field Office and the city of Salida as cooperating agencies for the purpose of preparing the Browns Canyon National Monument Resource Management Plan and associated environmental impact statement.
• The second reading and public hearing on Ordinance 2018-14 to amend Salida Municipal Code Chapter 16 regarding inclusionary housing.
• Consideration of Resolution 2018-44 expressing the city’s support for the Salida Crossings
ballot question in the upcoming special election.
• Reports by the interim city administrator and the deputy city clerk.
• Elected officials reports
• An executive session for the purpose of a conference with attorneys for the city to receive legal advice on specific legal questions pertaining to water rights.