Public Meeting Agenda: Fraser Board of Trustees |

Public Meeting Agenda: Fraser Board of Trustees

FRASER BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING AGENDAWEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 2009FRASER TOWN HALL7:00 p.m.Members of the Board may have dinner together @ 5:30 p.m. – Fraser Town Hall6:001.Roll Call2. Approval of Agenda3. Executive Session: For the purpose of determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations, and/or instructing negotiators, under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4)(e) and for a conference with the Town Attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions under C.R.S. Section 24-6-402(4) (b);7:00 3.Consent Agendaa)Minutes – February 18, 2009b)Resolution 2009-03-01 Approving an Amendment to the Grand Mountain Bank MOU 4.Open Foruma)Business not on the agenda5.Updates 6.Public Hearinga)None7.Discussion and Possible Action Regardinga)Resolution 2009-03-02 Authorizing the Town Manager to enter into a Settlement Agreement with Cornerstone Holdings and Grand Park Developmentb)Resolution 2009-03-03 Approving the 1st Amendment to the OVR/Main Street/Willows Water Line Improvement Agreementc)Resolution 2009-03-04 Approving the 1st Amendment to the Village at Grand Park SIAd)Resolution 2009-03-05 Approving a Reduction in Surety per the SIA – Village @ Grand Park Filing 2Ae)Resolution 2009-03-06 Approving a Reduction in Surety per the CGA -Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District f)Fraser Sanitation District Plan for Dissolution8.Action Itemsa)Ordinance 347 Approving Amendments to Chapter 9, Street & Roadway Standards9.Committee Reports10.Staff Reports11.Other Business___________________________________________________________________________________Upcoming Meetings:Wed. March 11, 2009Planning CommissionWed. March 18, 2009Board of Trustees Posted February 26, 2009Lu BergerLu Berger, Town Clerk

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