City Council voted on the following items during a regular business meeting Monday, July 15. Council members in attendance were Mayor Marc Williams; Mayor Pro Tem Rachel Zenzinger, District 1; Councilman Mark McGoff, District 2; Councilwoman Shelley Cook, District 3; Councilman Bob Dyer, District 4; Councilmen At-Large Bob Fifer and Don Allard.
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City Council unanimously passed the consent agenda during the July 15 meeting, including an agreement with Muller Engineering Company in the amount of $1.2 million. The agreement is for engineering services at the intersection of W. 72 nd Avenue and Indiana Street and for the grade separation of 72nd Avenue and the Union Pacific Railroad.
Also part of the consent agenda, which was passed unanimously, was the acceptance of a grant to benefit a local elementary school.
Council accepted a grant of $37,990 from Great Outdoors Colorado for the Little Elementary School playground and community garden project.
City Council unanimously passed a resolution authorizing an intergovernmental agreement with the city of Lakewood for police training.
The agreement, which is not to exceed $16,800, allows for four new Arvada police officers to attend Police Academy training. Partnering with Lakewood for police training saves both cities money per officer trained.
The next regular business meeting of the Arvada City Council is at 6 p.m. Monday, July 22, in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 8101 Ralston Rd.
— Compiled by Sara Van Cleve