The Denver City Council is scheduled to meet on July 29. We've examined the meeting's agenda to create this summary of what’s on tap for consideration by the City Council, and bring you up to speed on recent moves the council has taken.
Topping the upcoming agenda is a resolution to amend a contract with i3 Integration LLC for financial consulting services to Denver International Airport for three years at $5 million.
The City Council is also set to review a resolution that would contract with Crowe LLP for financial consulting services for the capital improvement program at Denver International Airport for three years at $2 million.
Other agenda items include:
- A bill approving an agreement between the City and County of Denver and the Regional Transportation District to provide eligibility determination and enrollment into RTD’s LiVE fare-discount program for five years at $1,835,299.
- A resolution amending a contract with Family Tree Inc. for support services, crisis intervention, family navigation and case management services by adding one year for a new total of $592,715.
Want to attend and make your voice heard? The meeting will take place at the Council Chambers and begins at 5:30 p.m.
July 22 meeting in review
In its last session, the City Council weighed a bill to amend a contract with WM Curbside LLC to extend the term for residential household hazardous waste collection one year.
The council also took up a bill to extend a contract with Vision Service Plan Insurance Co. for a vision benefit plan for eligible city employees and classified Denver police employees for one year at $840,000.
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