INC Zoning & Planning Committee

January 28, 2017 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
Cheesman Tower 19th Floor
1201 N Williams St
Denver, CO 80218
Margie Valdez, Chair
9:30 – 10:30 – Presentation by Ashley Kilroy and Nathan Batchelder – Proposed Policies and Procedures Governing Hearings before the Department of Excise and Licenses. ( All RNOs should send a representative to this meeting.)  Above is the link to the Excise and Policies Draft Hearing Policies and Procedures for your review prior to the meeting this Saturday and the explanation for the proposed changes.  Please review prior to the meeting so that we will prepared for the presentation.  Thank you.  Margie
10:30 – 11:00 – Presentation by Michael Henry – Cellular Communication Poles or Towers.  Following the presentation a motion will be presented for consideration.
11:00 – 11:15 – Presentation by Bob Hickman – Motion to be presented regarding an Amendment to Text Amendment  – Small Lot Exemptions.
11:15 – 11:30 – Presentation – the Chair will share a draft Good Neighbor Agreement for Retail and Medical Marijuana Stores and Centers.
If you  have issues which you believe will be of benefit to ZAP Committee members, please advise the Chair so that she can schedule the issues to be heard by the Committee at a future ZAP meeting.  Your ideas and suggestions are appreciated.
The committee usually meets on the fourth Saturday of each month.  Please calendar ahead.  The April 2017 meeting will be held on April 22, 2017.
PLEASE NOTE: Saturday, March 25, will be the annual food drive for the Southwest Improvement Council.  Please bring food items such as peanut butter, spam, tuna fish, beans, white and brown rice.  Monetary donations will be accepted.  Please make your check payable to Southwest Improvement Council. 

Committee Mission Statement
The mission of the INC Zoning and Planning Committee is to learn about zoning, planning, licensing and urban design issues and processes in Denver, including sidewalks and tree lawns; to assist neighborhood groups in dealing with such matters; and to provide advocacy, recommendations and comments to city government, with emphasis on the need for and importance of involvement of neighbors and neighborhood organizations in city issues.

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