Displaying all meeting documents for 'OCT-18-2005'

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view PDF (250 KB)OCT-18-2005 REGULAR MEETING AGENDA (SUMMARY)
view PDF (1.2 MB)OCT-18-200506CONSIDERATION AND APPROVAL OF THE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES OF OCTOBER 4, 2005
view PDF (63 KB)OCT-18-200507SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 113, 2005, APPROPRIATING PRIOR YEAR RESERVES AND UNANTICIPATED REVENUE IN VARIOUS CITY FUNDS AND AUTHORIZING THE TRANSFER OF APPROPRIATED AMOUNTS BETWEEN FUNDS OR PROJECTS
view PDF (628 KB)OCT-18-200508SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 114, 2005, REPEALING AND REENACTING CHAPTER 27 OF THE CITY CODE REGARDING VEGETATION
view PDF (222 KB)OCT-18-200509SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 115, 2005, DESIGNATING THE BLANCHARD/BATES HOUSE AND GARAGE, 1201 LAPORTE AVENUE, AS A FORT COLLINS LANDMARK PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 14 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS
view PDF (123 KB)OCT-18-200510SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 116, 2005 EXTENDING THE TERMS OF A NON-EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE BY THE CITY OF FORT COLLINS TO COMCAST OF CALIFORNIA/COLORADO LLC
view PDF (113 KB)OCT-18-200511SECOND READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 117, 2005, AUTHORIZING THE EXTENSION OF THE BANKING AND DEPOSITORY SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH FIRST NATIONAL BANK FOR THE YEAR 2006
view PDF (2.2 MB)OCT-18-200512ITEMS RELATED TO THE ISSUANCE OF CITY OF FORT COLLINS DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY SUBORDINATE TAX INCREMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2005A
view PDF (758 KB)OCT-18-200513FIRST READING OF ORDINANCE NO. 122, 2005, DESIGNATING THE BEEBE CLINIC, 605 SOUTH COLLEGE AVENUE, FORT COLLINS, COLORADO, AS A FORT COLLINS LANDMARK PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 14 OF THE CITY CODE
view PDF (61 KB)OCT-18-200514RESOLUTION 2005-112 CONSENTING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF THE LARIMER COUNTY MUNICIPAL REPRESENTATIVE TO THE SOUTH PLATTE BASIN ROUNDTABLE IN ACCORDANCE WITH COLORADO REVISED STATUTES SECTION 37-75-104
view PDF (24 KB)OCT-18-200515ROUTINE EASEMENT
view PDF (482 KB)OCT-18-200519ITEMS RELATING TO OCCUPANCY REGULATIONS AND OTHER NEIGHBORHOOD QUALITY OF LIFE ISSUES