City of Boulder City Council Study Session meeting LIVE 02-14-2017


IN THE U S COULDN’T GET THE BOULDER CITY COUNCIL STUDY SESSION OF VALENTINE’S DAY TWO THOUSAND SEVENTEEN STARTING IN A SEA OF TWO TOPICS TONIGHT FIRST ONE BEING A SHORT ONE AND SUSAN RICH TONE IS GOING TO KICK OFF HIS FIRST TOPIC AND TURN IT OVER TO CHARLES AND SUSAN GOOD EVENING SO THE ORIGINAL IDEA FOR TONIGHT’S BRIEFING WAS TO REALLY GIVE COUNCIL A PREVIEW OF SORT OF WHAT TO EXPECT IN TWENTY SEVENTEEN IN THE AREA OF SOME OF THE DEVELOPMENT YOUR THAT’S COMING OUT OF THE GROUND AND IN PARTICULAR KNOWING HOW MUCH IS HAPPENING IN THE BOULDER JUNCTION AREA THE FOCUS WAS ORIGINALLY STARTED TO BE PRIMARILY FOCUSED ON THAT AND WE’RE ALSO INCLUDING A FEW OTHER MAJOR PROJECTS THAT ARE COMING IN THAT’S GOING TO BE THE BULK OF THE PRESENTATION TONIGHT CHARLES IS GOING TO GO THROUGH AN ARYAN YOU BOTH TO THE PROJECTS AND SOME INFORMATION ABOUT EACH OF THEM. I WANT TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE TWO SIDED HANDOUT IN FRONT OF YOU AND ON ONE SIDE THE SIDE THAT SPACE UP WE TRY TO GIVE YOU A LITTLE BIT ON THE HOUSING SIDE BECAUSE WE ARE PARTICULARLY A BOMB TO MAKE SURE WE PROVIDED SOME INFORMATION ON OUR A FOR OUR PROGRESS IN THE AREA OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING UNITS PER AFFORDABLE UNIT. WE TRIED TO GIVE YOU NUMBER ONE SOME CONTEXT ON HOUSING UNITS COMPLETED WE USE CERTIFICATES OF OCCUPANCY WHICH MEANS THEY ARE COMPLETED AND READY TO BE OCCUPIED TRENDS OVER THE LAST ACTUALLY IT’S ABOUT FIFTEEN YEARS IN BLUE SO THE ACTUAL NUMBER UNIT EACH YEAR IN THE NUMBERS DOWN BELOW FOR EACH YEAR AND THEN WE DID OUR BEST IN TERMS OF LOOKING FOR WORD I WANT TO EXPLAIN ABOUT THE LOOKING FORWARD THERE’S THREE COLUMNS THERE ONE CALLED UNDER CONSTRUCTION SO THOSE ARE PRETTY MUCH HAPPENING TECH DOCUMENTS ARE THERE IN REVIEW FOR THEIR ENGINEERING IN ALL THE TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT WHICH IS SORT OF THAT LAST STAGE BEFORE THEY GET UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND THEN SOME THAT ARE IN REVIEW WHAT’S IMPORTANT ABOUT THE RED BARS IS THAT THOSE SIX HUNDRED AND FORTY FOUR UNITS UNDER CONSTRUCTION WHAT WE PROBABLY CAN TELL YOU WITH ASSURANCES THOSE WILL NOT GET COMPLETED THIS YEAR. THOSE ARE GOOD AND THOSE WILL ALL NOT GET COMPLETED THIS YEAR SO WHEN THAT RED BAR NEXT YEAR TURNS TO BLUE EXPECTED TO BE A LOWER COST THESE THINGS TAKE A FEW YEARS USUALLY TO MOVE THROUGH TO COMPLETION. YOU KNOW WHETHER IT’S PORTIONS OF PROJECTS GETTING COMPLETED OR OTHER THINGS SO I JUST DIDN’T WANT YOU TO THINK THE RED BAR ACTUALLY YOU CAN PROJECT THOSE OUT YEAR BY YEAR BUT WE WERE ASKED WE DO WANT TO TRY AND GIVE YOU A LITTLE BIT OF A FEW FORWARD I WILL TELL YOU THAT AFTER THREE YEARS OF FAIRLY HIGH NUMBERS OF BUILDING PERMITS ISSUED THAT LAST YEAR TWENTY SIXTEEN THE NUMBER OF PERMITS WAS LOWER SO THAT ALSO CORROBORATE THE FACT THAT YOU’RE PROBABLY GOING TO SEE A LITTLE BIT AND YOU KNOW I THINK ALL OF YOU KNOW THAT THAT THE NATURE OF DEVELOPMENT TENDS TO EBB AND FLOW TO MAKE A RECOMMENDATION IN REQUEST. UM I GUESS KS QUESTION OR SUGGESTION WITH RESPECT TO THIS THE STUFF THIS INSTRUCTION CAN YOU PROJECT OUT WHAT OF THE SIX FORTY FOUR FOR EXAMPLE HOME NEAR AFFORDABLE PROBABLY COULD CONTROL. YES WE’RE WORKING ON NOW. OK THE SECOND IS THIS IS GREAT AND I KNOW WE’RE LOOKING FOR SOME GREAT THINGS TO PUT IN OUR DASHBOARD. THE NEWLY LAUNCHED DASHBOARD NOTHING SOMETHING THIS OR SOMETHING LIKE THIS WOULD BE FUN ALEX IS REALLY EASY TO UNDERSTAND THE SNAPSHOT AND YOU CAN UPDATE IT SO THIS OR SOMETHING LIKE THIS I SUGGEST YOU WORK WITH TANYA TO GET OUT IN A NATIONAL DISGRACE WE’RE WORKING ON IT I’M HEARING WHISPERS IN MY BACK IN MY YEAR HERE THAT WE WERE ON THAT NEXT QUESTION. SORRY IT JUST IS. I’M SURE I’M WELL ANYWAY LOOKING AT A TAKE TWO THOUSAND TEN FOR EXAMPLE IN THE CEO’S ISSUED LOOKS LIKE THE LOWEST NUMBER OF THE ENTIRE PERIOD EXCEPT MAYBE TWO THOUSAND ONE BUT IT’S ONE OF THE HIGHEST GROWTH RATES. WHAT’S THE LAW WE HAVE THAT I’M BACK ROOM HERE GIVE US AN ANSWER TO THAT SO THAT WAS A TEST THE SO IT SOUNDS LIKE THINGS ARE NOT ONE BUT WE’LL GET CONFIRMATION. SO WHAT I’M GONNA REQUEST IS LET’S LET CHARLES GO THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT THAT’S GOING TO TAKE ABOUT EIGHT MINUTES OR SOMEWHERE IN THAT NEIGHBORHOOD AND THEN ANY QUESTIONS ON THIS WE HAVE AS YOU CAN SEE BACKUP OF THE FOLKS WHO REALLY KNOW ALL THE ANSWERS WHETHER IT’S ON THE AFFORDABLE UNITS OR THE DEVELOPMENT RENTED IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS THEY WERE HERE TO DO OUR BEST TO ANSWER MORE FOLLOW UP THANK SUSAN GOOD EVENING THEIR MEMBERS THE COUNCIL ON CHARLES FAIR ON THE DEVELOPMENT REVIEW MANAGER HERE THE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING HOUSING AND SUSTAINABILITY SO SUSAN SAID I’LL BE TAKING YOU THROUGH SOME OF THE LARGER PROJECTS THAT HAVE BEEN APPROVED AND EITHER ARE OR WILL BE GOING VERTICAL ON TWENTY SEVENTEEN PRIMARILY HIM TO FOCUS ON THE BOULDER JUNCTION NEIGHBOURHOOD SENSE AS SUSAN SAID THERE’S A LOT OF ACTIVITY IN THAT AREA BUT ALSO MENTION A PROJECT IN NORTH BOULDER AS WELL JUST A BIT OF BACKGROUND AS MANY OF YOU KNOW THE CITY’S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN ESTABLISHES THREE MAIN ACTIVITY CENTERS THE DOWNTOWN THE UNIVERSITY AND THE BOULDER VALLEY REGIONAL CENTER. THERE ARE ALSO SEVERAL NEIGHBORHOOD CENTERS THAT ARE IDENTIFIED AND THE CITY’S COMP PLAN LIKE THE BOULDER JUNCTION AREA AS WELL AS NORTH BOULDER WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THIS EVENING SO THE BOULDER VALLEY REGIONAL CENTER IS THE RETAIL PART OF BOULDER IS REALLY ORGANIZED AROUND THE TWENTY NINTH STREET MALL JUST OUTSIDE OF THE BOULDER VALLEY REGIONAL CENTER IS A ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY ACRE AREA THAT WAS INCLUDED IN THE TRANSIT VILLAGE AREA PLAN MANY PROJECTS IN BOTH OF THE SUB AREAS HAVE BEEN RECENTLY COMPLETED SO I WON’T SPEND MUCH TIME TALKING ABOUT THOSE BUT I’LL JUST SUMMARIZE THEM VERY QUICKLY. THE NEW HOTELS AND OFFICE BUILDING AT THE CORNER OF TWENTIETH AND CANYON WHICH IS COMING OUT OF THE GROUND THE SALON AND DEVELOPMENT ALONG PEARL PARKWAY ON THE SELL SIDE NEAR JUNCTION PLACE IS COMPLETE THE BOULDER JUNCTION DEVELOPMENT WHICH INCLUDES THE RTD UNDERGROUND BUS FACILITY THE HOTEL THE PERMANENTLY AFFORDABLE HOUSING AS WELL AS THE RELOCATION AND REHABILITATION OF THE HISTORIC TRAIN DEPOT THE NICKEL FLATS CONDOMINIUMS THAT ARE JUST NORTH OF GOOSE CREEK ALONG JUNCTION PLACE ALSO COMPLETE AND THEN FINALLY THE EVENT SPACE IN FRONT OF THE ENTRANCE TO THE RTD BUS FACILITY. SO ALL COMPLETE FOR THE MOST PART MUCH OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORTING THE REDEVELOPMENT OF THE TRANSIT VILLAGE AREAS ALSO BE INCOMPLETE LIKE THE JUNCTION PLACE BRIDGE ITS TIE INS TO THE GOOSE CREEK PATH ALL PRETTY BIG MOVES AS WELL AS THE PEARL PARKWAY MULTI WAY BOULEVARDS WHICH I THINK MOST PEOPLE AGREE IS PRETTY TRANSFORMATIONAL WHEN YOU CONSIDER THE PREVIOUS TOPOLOGY OF PEARL PARKWAY SO IT’S BEEN A PRETTY BUSY AREA TODAY TO BEGIN WITH SO TO PUT THE PROJECTS IN CONTEXT I’VE CREATED A BIT OF A CRUDE MODEL BUT I THINK HELPS TO ILLUSTRATE HOW THINGS ARE FILLING IN THE BOULDER JUNCTION AREA SO OF COURSE YOU HAVE THE STEEL YARDS PROJECT WAS COMPLETED BEFORE THERE WAS A TRANSIT VILLAGE BUT TO REALLY ANALYZE AT THE HEART OF THE AREA THAT’S OBVIOUSLY COMPLETE THE SALON A DEVELOPMENT ON THE SELL SIDE OF PEARL PARKWAY THE BOULDER JUNCTION DEVELOPMENT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF PEARL PARKWAY BUT THE IMPROVEMENTS TO PAROLE AS WELL AS JUNCTION PLACE ON THE BRIDGE AS I NOTED THE NICKEL FLATS CONDOMINIUMS SO ALL THOSE COMPLETED. I THINK LAID OUT IN PLACES KIND OF HELPFUL ILLUSTRATIVE TALK ABOUT THE PROJECTS THAT HAVE BEEN APPROVED AND WILL BE DEVELOPING HERE IN THE NEAR FUTURE AND I’LL TALK ABOUT EACH ONE OF THESE IN MORE DETAIL BUT MOVING NORTHWARD WE HAVE THE COMMONS WON WHICH IS RIGHT BEHIND THE STEEL YARDS DEVELOPMENT THE SPARK DEVELOPMENT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE TRANSIT VILLAGE AREA OF YOUR FILM ON THE RAILROAD TRACKS THE COMMONS TO WHICH IS ALSO RIGHT BEHIND STEEL YARDS AT THIRTIETH AND BLUFF ON THE AIR GAS PROPERTY THE THIRTIETH STREET ROW HOMES ON THE WEST SIDE THE THIRTIETH. THE GOOGLE CAMPUS WHICH IS ALSO COMING OUT OF THE GROUND AS WE SPEAK AND THEN THE REV DEVELOPMENT SO ALL IN RIGHT NOW THIS IS EVERYTHING THAT’S ACTIVE AND IS EITHER COMING OUT OF THE GROUND OR WILL BE COMING OUT OF THE GROUND IN THE NEAR FUTURE SO THE FIRST SPARK A TEN ACRE SITE NEAR THE RAILROAD TRACKS AND BELMONT ON THE NORTH SIDE OF THE BOULDER JUNCTION AREA TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY SEVEN UNITS SEVENTY SEVEN OF WHICH WILL BE PERMANENTLY AFFORDABLE WITH ABOUT ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OF RETAIL RESTAURANT NON PROFIT SPACE A BREWPUB AND LOTS OF NEW PATENT BY CONNECTIONS. SO HERE’S A BIRD’S EYE VIEW THAT IS KIND OF AN ILLUSTRATIVE FOR MAPPING PURPOSES THAT REALLY ILLUSTRATES HOW THE NEIGHBORHOOD WILL FILL AN OVERTIME AND THEN SOME SAMPLES OF THE ELEVATIONS THAT HAVE BEEN APPROVED. I THINK ARCHITECTURALLY VERY MODERN AND NEW. UP SLOPE REARING FACILITY AND THEN THIS WOULD BE THE COMMUNITY CYCLES BUILDING OUT ON BELMONT NEXT THE THIRTIETH STREET ROW HOME SO I’M CURRENTLY AN RV STORAGE YARD A LITTLE RETAIL STORE ONE POINT EIGHT FIVE ACRE SITE THIRTY TWO UNITS MARKETED TOWARD FAMILIES ORGANIZED AROUND A LARGE CENTRALIZED OPEN SPACE MORE TRADITIONAL ROW HOME VERNACULAR. SO THIS WOULD BE A VIEW FROM THIRTIETH STREET ALSO HAS SOME SUPPORT RETAIL SPACE THAT WAS APPROVED AS WELL AND THEN THIS WOULD BE A VIEW LOOKING EAST FROM OPEN SPACE IN THE MIDDLE THE PROJECT GOOGLE AND REV SITES LOCATED AT THE SOUTH EAST AND SOUTHWEST CORNERS OF PEARL PARKWAY N THIRTIETH ST THE NORTH BOULDER FARMER’S DITCH BY FOR KATE’S BOTH OF THE SITES THE FIRST REV AGAIN IS REALLY ORGANIZED AROUND THE DITCH MINUTE ICING AT INSTALLING NEW MULTI USE PATHS TO FORCE SOME PRETTY CRITICAL CONNECTIONS ESPECIALLY IN LIGHT OF THE RECENTLY INSTALLED BIKE UNDERPASS ON THIRTIETH STREET THIS WOULD BE THE VIEW BASICALLY STANDING ON GOOGLE’S PROPERTY LOOKING ACROSS THIRTIETH STREET AT THE INTERSECTION OF THIRTIETH AND PEARL AND THIS WOULD BE THE OFFICE BUILDING THAT’S FURTHER SOUTH DOWN THIRTIETH STREET SO THE SICKEST SIX ACRE SITE TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY FOUR UNITS ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OF RETAIL RESTAURANT AND OFFICE SPACE AND THEN OF COURSE THE GOOGLE CAMPUS FOUR POINT FIVE ACRES ROUGHLY CURRENTLY GOING FOR A CALL THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OF OFFICE SPACE. THE VIEW FROM ATOP OF THE SCREEN WOULD BE THAT FROM PEARL PARKWAY THE VIEW ON THE SOUTH WOULD BE THE VIEW FROM THIRTIETH STREET AND A SIMILAR RATHER THE STATE WAS REALLY ORGANIZED AROUND A MINUTE ICING DITCH AREA AND CREATING SOME BIKE PATH AREAS SO THAT SOME IMAGE WAS APPROVED AS PART OF THE PACKAGE FROM THE INTERIOR OF THE SIDE NEXT THE COMMONS ONE AND TWO ALONG THE RAILROAD TRACKS RIGHT BEHIND THE STEEL YARDS BETWEEN BLUFF AND BASICALLY GOOSE CREEK SO THE FIRST YOU HAVE THE COMMON SWAN WHICH WILL BE A ONE ACRE SITE WITH A HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OF OFFICE SPACE AND I THINK THE INTERESTING THING ABOUT THE COMMONS PROPERTY IS THAT ONLY SIXTY UNDERGROUND PARKING SPACES WERE PROVIDED FOR THE BUILDING. TYPICALLY YOU WOULD SEE UPWARDS OF THREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PARKING SPACES TO SERVE A BUILDING LIKE THIS SO IT’S REALLY THE PARKING DISTRICT AT WORK FROM A MARKET PERSPECTIVE AS A PRETTY BOLD MOVE TO BUILD ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OF CLASS A OFFICE SPACE WITH SIXTY PARKING SPACES BUT IT’S PRETTY DEEP THAT IT WAS FINE AND SO SUCCESSFULLY SO I THINK THE OTHER THING THAT IS INTERESTING IS THAT THEY ARE STRIVING FOR NET ZERO ENERGY USE. SO THESE ARE BOTH VIEWS FROM THE JUNCTION PLACE LOOKING EAST THROUGH THE SIDE AND THEN THE EAST ELEVATION OF THE BUILDING WILL ACTUALLY ALONG THE RAILROAD TRACKS WILL COMPETE COMPLETELY BE LINED WITH PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS. I BELIEVE THE DEVELOPER GOT AS OVERSTOCK FROM THE APPLE CAMPUS IN CUPERTINO. SO JUST TO THE NORTH OF IT IS THE COMMONS TO BLUFF RIGHT BEHIND THE STEEL YARDS DEVELOPMENT. SO THIS IS THE VIEW ALONG JUNCTION PLACE SO THIS ONE ACRE SITE THIRTY SIX UNITS FIFTY THOUSAND SQUARE FEET OF OFFICE SPACE ALSO STRIVING FOR NET ZERO ENERGY AND I THINK THIS IS INTERESTING BECAUSE IT’S ACTUALLY THE CITY’S FIRST FORM BASED CODE REVIEW THAT SINCE IT HASN’T QUITE BEEN COMPLETED BUT WILL BE A COUPLE SUBTLE CHANGES THAT WILL BE MADE HERE. CAN I JUST ASK YOU ABOUT SOME UNCOMMON TO A NINE TO STAY STILL IN DEVELOPMENT OR IS THAT IT’S COMING OUT OF THE GROUND RIGHT NOW SO WE DON’T HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT ACTUAL PARKING STATISTICS IN THE COMBATIVE AND THEN HOW ARE YOU CAN A MONITOR THAT IS SET COMES ON THE SPUR OF THE I THINK THAT’S PART OF THE WORK THAT THE DISTRICT DOES THEIR PART OF THE PARKING DISTRICT A DISTRICT AND OF COURSE IS THE CRY TO THE SOUTH AND WEST AS DEVELOPMENT GOES FORWARD SUCH AS ON THIRTIETH PURL AND PURL ANY ADDITIONAL NEEDS IN THE AREA BUT THAT WAS THE HOPE WAS WHEN WE DID THE TRANSIT VILLAGE AREA PLAN WAS THAT FOLKS WOULD BE ABLE TO REDUCE PARKING DEMAND THROUGH HAVING THE REGIONAL BUS FACILITY IN HAVING SHARED PARKING RATES AND I’M HOPING WE CAN TRACK THAT JUST TO MAKE SURE IT WORKS AND THERE SHOULD BE SOME KIND OF A TRACKING MECHANISM TO GIVE CONFIDENCE TO THE PUBLIC THAT PEOPLE ARE COMING TO THEIR WORK SITE WITHOUT THEIR FOUR WHEELED BOX CAR AND SO THIS WOULD BE THE ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION ALONG WITH THE RIGHT TRACK SO WHERE DOES THAT BRING US AND THE TRANSIT VILLAGE OR THE BOULDER JUNCTION AREA RATHER TO DATE WITH ALL THE PROJECTS THAT I JUST DESCRIBED IT COMES OUT TO BE ABOUT NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT UNITS. THIS ALSO INCLUDED ON HER HAND OUT T VAMP ANTICIPATES ANYWHERE BETWEEN FOURTEEN HUNDRED AND TWENTY FOUR HUNDRED UNITS ON THE PERMANENTLY AFFORDABLE SIDE OF THAT ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIVE WILL ACTUALLY BE BUILT ON SITE SO THAT’S ABOUT A THIRD OF THE TV APP GOAL OF THREE HUNDRED TO FOUR HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIVE PERMANENTLY AFFORDABLE UNITS SO THIS IS JUST PHASE ONE OF TV APP WE STILL HAVE THE ENTIRE ANOTHER PHASE AS WELL AS THE CITY ON SITE AT THIRTIETH AND PEARL THE COUNCIL DISCUSSED RECENTLY AND ARE A FEW WILL BE GOING OUT SHORTLY TO HELP PROGRAM THE SIDE SO THEY’LL BE MORE DISCUSSION ABOUT WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENS THERE BUT TRANSIT VILLAGE AREA PLAN REALLY CALLED FOR A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF PERMANENTLY AFFORDABLE HOUSING ON THAT SITE AS WELL. SO REALLY QUICKLY WANT TO TAKE YOU UP TO NORTH BOULDER TO BROADWAY AND LEE HILL THE NORTH BOULDER ARMORY SITE APPROVED LAST YEAR SO THIS IS AN EIGHT ACRE SITE TWO HUNDRED DWELLING UNITS EIGHTY FOUR HUNDRED SQUARE FEET OF RETAIL AND RESTAURANT SPACE AND THE PRESERVATION AND ADAPTIVE REUSE OF ONE OF THE ARMORY BUILDINGS THAT YOU CAN SEE IN THE BACK RIGHT BEHIND WHERE IT SAYS BLOCK ONE THERE ON THIS BIRD’S EYE AND A LOT OF NEW BIKE AND HADN’T VEHICULAR CONNECTIONS THAT ARE ALL CONSISTENT WITH THE NORTH BOULDER SUB COMMUNITY PLAN THAT’S BEEN APPROVED UP THERE SO JUST SOME MAJOR E ALONG BROADWAY TERMS YOU KNOW THAT COMMERCIAL SPACES THAT ALL ALONG BROADWAY YEARS AGO AND THIS IS A MAJORITY OF HIS ON BROADWAY AND I BELIEVE SOME OF IT TURNS THE CORNER INTO THE DEVELOPMENT. THANK YOU SO THE VIEW FROM THE INTERIOR OF THE SITE YOU CAN SEE IN THE BACKGROUND THERE THE ARMORY BUILDING WITH THE ICONIC SMOKE STACK ANOTHER IMAGE FROM WITHIN THE SITE. SO IN CONCLUSION I WOULD NOTE THAT I’M JUST REMINDING EVERYBODY THAT WE HAVE REAL TIME UP TO DATE UP TO THE MINUTE DEVELOPMENT INFO ON THE CITY’S WEBSITE COMPLETE WITH PLANS MEETING DATES OF THE APPLICATION MATERIALS SO THIS IS JUST A SNAPSHOT OF THE CITY’S WEBSITE BUT UP IN THE SEARCH PROPERLY OPERATE HAND CORNER YOU CAN JUST ENTER DEVELOPMENT REVIEW PROJECTS AND IT IS A MAP BASE YOU CAN SEARCH BY ADDRESS OR JUST A MAP AND THE CITY ALL THE DIFFERENT APPLICATION TYPES ARE COLOR CODED YOU’LL SEE I LAUGHED ALL OF THOSE LITTLE HYPER LINKS ARE ACTUALLY APPLICATION MATERIAL SO IF YOU WANT TO LOOK AT PLANS OR THE APPLICANT’S WRITTEN STATEMENT. MOST OF THAT STUFF IS USUALLY AVAILABLE AS SOON AS WE GET IT TO KEEP IT UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE LIFE FOR THE PROJECT. SO WITH THAT SAID I’M HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO CONTACT ME IS WEALTHY OF QUESTIONS ABOUT THE STATUS OF ANY PROJECTS OF THE PROCESS CONTACT INFORMATION IS HERE I’M HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTION SO THAT ROAST I REALLY APPRECIATE THIS UPDATE AND HAVING A REAL POINT IN TIME IN TERMS OF WHERE DEVELOPMENT IS SO THAT’S GREAT AND AS JEANNE KNOWS AND PROBABLY OTHER PEOPLE AND COUNTING THOSE I WOULD HOPE THAT WE CAN CONTINUE TO GET THESE KINDS OF UPDATES ON I DON’T KNOW WAS SOME KIND OF A REGULAR BASIS OR WHETHER THE QUARTERLY YEAR SEMI ANNUALLY OR WHATEVER I AM. I HAVE TWO QUESTIONS ONE OF THEM HAS TO DO WITH WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THE TRANSIT VILLAGE AREA AND ME AND IF AND OR STAND RIGHT FROM THE CHART YOU SHOWED ABOUT PERMANENTLY AFFORDABLE UNIT RIGHT NOW WE’RE ONLY GETTING TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY SEVEN UNITS ONLY ANTICIPATE SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIVE DO YOU THINK GIVEN WHAT WE HAVE RIGHT NOW IN THE MIX FREE WILL IT ACHIEVE THAT GOAL THIRTIETH AND PEARL ONCE THAT COMES ON LINE WE WILL WHICH I THINK IS SLATED TO POLLARD SITE AND THEN AND THEN THE OTHER QUESTION IT REALLY IS MAYBE MORE OF A COMMENT IN QUESTION AND IT JUST HAS TO DO WITH EVERYTHING IS GOING TO FIFTY FIVE FEET AND ALL OF WHAT YOU SHOWED AND THIS IS SNOW COMING ON YOU JUST WHAT’S COMING FORWARD IS VERY BOXY AND AT FIFTY THIGH FEE AND UM I THINK SOME OF THE PUBLIC’S KIND OF REACTION TO SOME OF THIS IS THAT IT’S ALL SO BOXY AND THERE’S NOT A LOT OF CHARACTER ASSOCIATED WITH THAT SO UM I GUESS I’M CURIOUS IN TERMS OF WHAT YOU IS STAFFED THINK ABOUT WHAT WE COULD DO TO MAKE THIS ARCHITECTURALLY MORE INTERESTING MORE VARIED AND LESS BOXY AT FIFTY FIVE SO WE HAVE ZONING TOPOLOGY THAT I THINK KIND OF DRIVES YOU KNOW THAT THAT OUTCOME. I THINK IT’S ALSO BEEN AN ANALOG THAT’S BEEN IN A WAY CELEBRATED BECAUSE IT’S BEEN KIND OF SUCCESSFUL THROUGHOUT TOWN BUT I WOULD SAY THAT THE FORM BASED CODE PROJECT WAS REALLY IN RESPONSE TO SOME OF THAT AND REALLY LOOKING AT WHAT TYPES OF STANDARDS WE COULD PUT IN THERE TO HELP DRIVE DIFFERENT OUTCOMES. SO IN SACRIFICING THINGS LIKE SLOPED ROOFS ALL DISCUSSIONS WE HAD AS PART OF THE FORM BASED CODE PROJECT I THINK THE OTHER THING I WOULD SAY IS THAT THROUGH THE DESIGN EXCELLENCE INITIATIVE THE COUNCIL SUPPORTED TWO YEARS AGO. WE HAVE A FANTASTIC URBAN DESIGN STAFF AND JIM ROBERTSON AND COLE ON DEPOT AND WE’RE ACTUALLY SPENDING MORE TIME WITH THE DETAILS AND I THINK WE EVER HAVE COUNCIL SUPPORTED AS PART OF THE BUDGET A YEAR AGO DEVELOPMENT REVIEW INSPECTOR SO WE ACTUALLY HAVE BOOTS ON THE GROUND NOW OUT THERE LOOKING AT DETAILS AND IT HAS BEEN TREMENDOUS SO FAR THE AMOUNT OF THINGS THAT WERE CATCHING THAT DON’T ALWAYS NECESSARILY MATCH THE PLAN SO THOSE ARE FEW WAYS WE’RE ADDRESSING ANYTHING ON THE HOLD THE TECHNOLOGY OF OUR ZONING I THINK I MAY DRIVE SOME OF THOSE OUTCOMES BUT THE HOPE IS THAT IN THE TRANSIT VILLAGE THAT THE FORM BASED CODE HELPS TO TO RESHAPE THE MOMENT RE THINK YOU KNOW I’M JUST GOING TO TACK ON TO ALSO SAY THE IMPORTANCE OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE BUILDINGS AND THE PUBLIC AROUND AND WANTS THE THIRTIETH AND PEARL SITE COMES ON LINE WE WILL ALSO HAVE THE CITY NEIGHBORHOOD YOU KNOW THE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK THERE GOOSE CREEK THE DEPOT ON JUNCTION PLACE I THINK WE REALLY CREATING A WONDERFUL PUBLIC REALM OUT THERE AND THAT WAS A REALLY IMPORTANT ASPECT OF THE PLANNING THAT WENT ON AND ANY INVESTMENTS THE PUBLIC INVESTMENTS IN THE AREA SO I THINK YOU JUST HAD A COUPLE QUESTIONS AND SO THIS THIS CHART WHICH HOPEFULLY WILL END UP ON THE DASHBOARD. I GUESS I’M A COUPLE THINGS AND IT MIGHT BE SOLD EXPLAINED THAT ALL OF US IN THE PUBLIC WHAT SOME OF US ALREADY KNOW BUT ABOUT HOW THE GROWTH RATE EFFECTS THESE NUMBERS BECAUSE NUMBERS ARE HUGE BOMB AND SO IT IT DOESN’T SEEM LIKE EVERYTHING BUT HOW CAN YOU EXPLAIN HOW THE ONE PERCENT APPLIES SO I’LL START THE PICTURE THAT I BOW DOWN TO THE FIRST IS TODAY WE HAVE A GROWTH MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE THAT HAS A GOAL OF THE ONE PERCENT GROWTH GROWTH RATE BUT THERE ARE A LOT OF ATTENTION SO THERE IS NOT AN ACTUAL HARD ONE PERCENT LIMIT ON GROWTH. SO THAT’S NUMBER ONE FOR FOLKS TO UNDERSTAND NUMBER TWO IS WHEN WE LOOK OVERALL BIG PICTURE ON THE ONE PERCENT GROWTH RATE THE IDEA IS IT’S ONE PERCENT ON AVERAGE SIZE YOU CAN SEE HERE IT GOES UP AND DOWN IN GENERAL WE ARE STILL WITHIN THE ONE PERCENT GROWTH RATE EVEN WITH A FEW YEARS THAT HAVE BEEN ABOVE THAT THEN IN TERMS OF THE ACTUAL CHART AND THE OBSERVATION THAT WAS MADE EARLIER. IT IS EXACTLY WHAT FOLKS WERE SAYING SO BASICALLY IF YOU TAKE THE NUMBER THE TWENTY TEN NUMBER THAT ANDREW WAS POINTING TO THE PERCENT GROWTH RATE IS ACTUALLY FROM O NINE TWO TWENTY TEN SO IT’S ACTUALLY LOOKING AT THAT FOR NINETY TWO THAT SHOWS UP IN THE O NINE COLUMN. SO THAT’S A LITTLE BIT CONFUSING WHEN ONE IS EITHER ADD A NODE OR DECIDE IF THAT’S THE BEST WAY TO SHOW IT OR NOT BUT IT IS SORT OF THAT’S THE EXPLANATION AND IN SO I GET HOW IT HAPPENS ON AVERAGE BUT THERE IS THEIR LIMITS EVER APPLY FOR IT JUST IT WORKS OUT THIS WAY. I MEAN YOU KNOW LIKE WE’VE HAD SEVERAL YEARS A ONE POINT SIX DOES THAT MEAN TO SOMETHING HAPPEN TO OVERWHELM MECHANISM IN PLACE IN OUR GROWTH MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO REQUIRE THAT THERE COULD BE ACTUALLY TWO PERCENT OR THREE PERCENT OR IT DEPENDS ON WHAT COMES THROUGH WE ON COUNCIL. A NUMBER YEARS AGO AND I CAN’T REMEMBER NOW IT’S QUITE A FEW YEARS AGO ACTUALLY PROVIDED FOR NUMBER OF EXEMPTIONS FROM THE SYSTEM AND BASICALLY MOST OF OUR UNITS THAT COME THROUGH TODAY OVER NINETY PERCENT ARE NOT SUBJECT TO AN ACTUAL ONE PERCENT LIMIT UNDER THE CURRENT ORDINANCE NOT JUST MIXED USES A LOT MORE ANYTHING THAT’S BEEN REZONED A LOT OF SO THE WHOLE TRANSIT VILLAGE HAS BEEN REZONED SO ALL THE UNITS OUT THERE THERE’S A NUMBER OF EXEMPTIONS BUT IF YOU HAD BUT WE WOULD NOT ALLOW MORE THAN ONE PERCENT PER YEAR THAT ARE NOT EXEMPT ACTIVE AND THAT IS CORRECT CAP SO THAT IS A MECHANISM YES BUT THAT’S VERY FEW OF THE UNITS THAT WILL COME THROUGH YOU’RE ALSO NEVER GET AHEAD BECAUSE OF ALL THE EXEMPTIONS. THERE IS NO REAL ONE. THERE IS NO THERE’S A CALL TO BE WITHIN THE ONE PERCENT THERE IS NO LONGER A MECHANISM THAT ACTUALLY LIMITS GROWTH TO ONE PERCENT AT THIS POINT I’M SO SO BUT THE ONE POINT SIX FOR EXAMPLE IS AN ACCURATE CORRECT IT WITHOUT EXEMPTIONS ONE POINT SIX PERCENT IS WHAT THE IS EVERYTHING OKAY AND THEN I GUESS BOTH IN THE BOULDER JUNCTION AND OVERALL I GUESS I JUST DO THE MATH IN TERMS OF THE PERCENT OF AFFORDABLE UNITS THAT WERE GETTING OVER ALL OF THE TOTAL ACROSS THE CITY. I GUESS THAT’S ENOUGH PEOPLE YET WHAT IS THE OVERALL RATE OF AFFORDABILITY PER NUMBER OF UNITS THAT WERE AND HOW SAD TREND OVER TIME SUCH A BIG FOCUS I’M CURIOUS WHETHER GAINING GROUND ON A YES SO OVER THE PERIOD FROM TWO THOUSAND AND ONE SECTION TWO THOUSAND TO TWENTY SIXTEEN IT’S BEEN TWENTY FOUR PERCENT AND TEH CITY AND SPEND TWENTY FOUR PERCENT OVER THAT PERIOD THAT’S CORRECT TWENTY FOUR PERCENT OF THE UNITS BETWEEN ON THIS MAP BUT TWO THOUSAND TO TWO THOUSAND SIXTY FOUR RIGHT RIGHT THAT’S CORRECT YOU KNOW AND WHAT HE AND USED FOR WAYS TO VIEW WHAT’S AFFORDABLE AND WHAT’S NOT SURE SO THAT’S EVERYTHING UNDER SIXTY NINE PERCENT AM I I’M SORRY I’M SORRY SEVENTY NINE PERCENT AMONG THEM IN TERMS OF LIKE IF WE DON’T HAVE A CITYWIDE BUT IN TERMS OF THIS FEELS LIKE A LAW EUNICE BUT WE’RE ALSO BUILDING A LOT OF COMMERCIAL DO WE HAVE OF AN EQUATION THAT EQUATES ROUGHLY HOW MANY JOBS GOES WITHOUT THOUSANDS OF FEET OF COMMERCIAL WHAT’S THE TREND IN TERMS OF THE JOBS ADDING JOBS VERSUS ANY HOUSES OVER THAT TIME PERIOD OR DO WE KNOW WAS THAT A FAIR QUESTION. SO THE JOBS ISSUES A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT WE DEFINITELY HAD IT’S DIFFICULT IT’S NOT AS EASY AS A HOUSING UNIT ACCOUNT YOU HAVE AN AVERAGE OF NUMBER HOUSE HOLDS SO WHAT WE WHEN WE USUALLY LOOK AT THE DATA I THINK COUNCILS USE TO SENIORS WHEN WE DO OUR ANNUAL COMMUNITY PROFILE. WE HAVE BOTH POPULATION AND HOUSING UNIT ESTIMATES AND WE HAVE JOB ESTIMATES AND THAT’S WHERE WE USUALLY LOOK AT WHAT’S HAPPENING WITH OUR RATIO THEN WE HAVE THE ISSUE SEPARATE FROM THAT OF ACTUALLY HOW MUCH NON RESIDENTIAL SPACE WE’RE ADDING IN WHO COULD OCCUPY THAT SO I WOULD SAY IN RECENT TRENDS WERE TRYING TO LOOK AT THIS BUT IN THE TIME WE HAD IT’S IT’S A LITTLE BIT TOUGH TO SOME OF THE SPACE BUILT OR PARKING GARAGES AND OTHER THINGS SO WE DEFINITELY RIGHT NOW HAVE QUITE A BIT OF COMMERCIAL SPACE BEING BUILT AS YOU SAW BETWEEN THE GOOGLE CAMPUS THE HOTELS AND OF COURSE ALL THE SPACE THERE SO I THINK IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES THAT COULD POTENTIALLY OCCUPY THAT YES IT’S PROBABLY LEANING TOWARDS THE INCREASE EMPLOYEES THAT IS GREATER THAN THE HOUSING THAT IS CURRENTLY OCCURRING RIGHT NOW AND IS CHRIS TRYING TO ADD SOME SENSE SINCE WHAT ONE COULD SAY THAT ON THE RECORD IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS WE BASICALLY HAVEN’T HAD ITS THREE TENTHS OF A PERCENT DIFFERENCE BECAUSE AGAIN THERE’S THE ISSUE OF ADDING SPACE AND WHAT POTENTIALLY COULD HAPPEN THAT THE MAJORITY OF OUR SPACE IS ALREADY HERE SO THE CHANGES HAPPENING WITHIN THAT SPACE IN TERMS OF HOW IT’S BEING USED IS THE BIGGEST FACTOR THAT MAKES IS THAT JUST READS I’M JUST SAYING MOST OF OUR SPACE IS ALREADY HERE SO THE WAY OUR EXISTING SPACE IS USED IS THE BIGGEST FACTOR WHEN YOU’RE LOOKING AT OVERALL ESTIMATES THAT SAID OF COURSE HOW MUCH ADDITIONAL COMMERCIAL SPACE WE ADD EACH YEAR HAS AN IMPACT IN THE LONG TERM OF YOUR JOBS HOUSING RATIO IN RIGHT NOW WE ARE DEFINITELY ADDING QUITE A BIT OF COMMERCIAL SPACE. IT’S SOO COULD YOU JUST REPEAT WHAT CHRIS SAID I JUST DIDN’T HEAR IT VERY WELL SO WHAT WE DO IS AS SUSAN DESCRIBED WE TRACK ON AN ANNUAL BASIS. WE ESTIMATE THE NUMBER OF JOBS IN THE CITY AND WE ACTUALLY USE REAL DATA FROM THE BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS ON THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF JOBS REPORTED THROUGH UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE IN BOULDER AND THEN WE ADDED SELF EMPLOYMENT ESTIMATE TO THE CITY THAT’S BASED ON THREE DIFFERENT FACTORS IN CENSUS DATA. SO WE ESTIMATE THE ACTUAL NUMBER OF JOBS WERE ALWAYS THAT’S ALWAYS ABOUT EIGHT MONTHS BEHIND BASED ON THE DATA REPORTING BUT IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS THE JOBS TO PAPA RATIO HAS BASICALLY BEEN POINT NINE TWO POINT NINE FIVE SO IT’S CHANGED BY THREE TENTHS OF A PERCENT OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS IN THE WEEK. CHRIS WE’RE INCREASING OUR COMMERCIAL POINT NINE TO TWO POINT NINE I CORRECTED WHEN DOWN AT ONE POINT AND IT’S COME BACK UP IN THE LAST YEAR THIS BEFORE BUT IT’S VERY HARD TO GET GOOD DATA BUT DIDN’T KNOW WE GOT IT FROM THE AUTUMN THE UNEMPLOYMENT THE THAT’S INTERESTING BUT MOSTLY IN BOTH PLACES BELOW LETS PEOPLE ESPECIALLY COLLEGE STUDENTS CAN HAVE MULTIPLE JOBS AND SO THE NUMBER OF JOBS IS NOT NECESSARILY THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES THE NUMBER OF UNIQUE EMPLOYEES. THAT’S VERY CORRECT WHEN AND WHERE DO WE TRY AND BE VERY SPECIFIC WHEN WE SAY JOBS JOBS NOT PEOPLE SO WE PROBABLY CARE MORE ABOUT PEOPLE THAN JOBS AND THAT’S PROBABLY A REALLY HARD NUMBER TO COME BUT WE HAVE NOT FIGURED OUT A WAY TO BE ABLE TO CALCULATE THAT AND DO WE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT WHETHER THE TYPES OF JOBS ARE CHANGING AND SO THAT’S WHAT YOU KNOW IT’S OBVIOUSLY ONE THING TO SAY WE GET THE SAME JOBS. THE POPULATION BUT ARE THEY YOU KNOW SERVICE WHITE COLLAR WHAT’S THAT GOING BY THE ISSUING OF A CHANGE IN AWE. YES SO THAT IN BOULDER ECONOMIC COUNCIL DOES THEIR QUARTERLY REPORTS IN THEIR ANNUAL REPORT AND THEY DO LOOK AT INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION OR SECTORS AND WHERE THOSE JOBS ARE AND THAT’S REPORTED BASED ON EMPLOYER SO WE HAVE AN OVERALL UNDERSTANDING OF INDUSTRY MIX AND THEN THERE’S SOME ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS YOU CAN DO BASED ON WHAT THE INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION OF A BUSINESS IS UNDERSTANDING HOW MANY OF THOSE MAYBE WHITE COLLAR VERSUS BLUE COLLAR SO WE DO HAVE THAT I DON’T HAVE THAT INFORMATION WITH ME BUT ESPECIALLY INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATION OR OUR SECTORS WE TRACK THAT ON A YEARLY BASIS. SURE YEAH WE CAN SEND YOU A LINK TO THE LATEST REPORT SO THIS IS REALLY COOL STUFF AND I THINK WE WILL WANT TO IF IT DOESN’T END UP ON THE DASHBOARD SOON DOES GET REPORTED. GET REPORTS PERIODICALLY BECAUSE I DO THINK THIS IS WHAT WE’RE FOCUSED ON A LOT THESE DAYS SO THANK YOU. THANKS SO OUR NEXT PRESENTATION IS OF THE HUMAN SERVICES STRATEGY AND I ACTUALLY KNOW THAT KAREN IS IN THE BUILDING SOMEWHERE BUT I DON’T KNOW WHERE SHE IS RIGHT NOW SO HOPEFULLY KAREN CAN COME IN AND SHE IS SO AS CARING GIFT SET UP THING THAT I WANT TO REMIND ALL OF YOU OF IS THAT PRESENTATION AND THE DISCUSSION WITH REGARD TO IT WILL BE ABOUT TWO AND A HALF HOURS WE’VE SAVED HALF AN HOUR AT THE VERY END TO TALK ABOUT ISSUES RELATED TO HEALTH AND SAFETY ALONG THE BOULDER CREEK OR WE ACTUALLY WILL NOT BE TALKING ABOUT THE OVERARCHING POLICY ISSUES REGARDING HOMELESSNESS OTHER THAN ANYTHING. KAREN MENTIONS DURING THE LAST HALF HOUR THAT WILL BE SAVED FOR OUR MAIN NINTH MEETING IN WHICH KAREN AND THE TEAM WILL BE REPORTING BACK ON THE OUTCOMES OF WORKING WITH THE HOMELESS WORKING GROUP THAT WAS STARTED LATE LAST YEAR THERE WILL BE DONE AT THE END OF APRIL AND THAT WILL BE PART OF THE MAY NINTH STUDY SESSION SO I JUST WANT IT TO BE VERY CLEAR THAT WE’RE NOT TALKING ABOUT HOMELESS POLICY ISSUES OF BUT HEALTH AND SAFETY ALONG THE BOULDER CREEK ORDER FOR THE LAST HALF HOUR SO WHEN KAREN’S READY SHE WILL STAR IN MY EDITION IS GOING TO BREAK UP LIKE THIS PRESENT IS YET TO DO PRESENTATION TO STOP ATTACKING OTHER PRESENTATIONS THAT WE WILL STOP AND TALK AT VARIOUS POINTS IS CHUNKED ITS CHAMPIONS. OK GOOD EVENING I’M ALWAYS SO WERE WERE LOSING OUR POWER POINT HERE LET’S SEE IF I CAN GET US THAT WE WERE THERE WE GO AND CONNECTION. I’M KAREN RYAN DIRECTOR OF HUMAN SERVICES FOR THE CITY MADE AND WITH ME PRESENTING AS MATT SUNDAY IN WHO’S OUR STRATEGIC PLANNING MANAGER. THIS IS HIS FIRST TIME FOR COUNCIL SO FIRST TIME THAT HE WILL BE SPEAKING WITH YOU ABOUT STRATEGY SO IN WE HAVE A LOT OF OTHER STAFF HERE IN THE AUDIENCE EXPERTS ON OUR STAFF WHO ARE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ALSO AS THEY COME UP SO TONIGHT WE’RE GOING TO FOCUS ON FOUR AREAS THAT WE MIGHT PRESENT TO YOU AND HAVE A DISCUSSION ABOUT THERE WAS A LOT OF INFORMATION IN THE COUNCIL PACKETS A LOT OF BACKGROUND A LOT OF DETAIL WERE NOT GOING THROUGH ANY OF THAT BUT WE MY BE PRESENTING THE KEY POINTS IN THESE FOUR AREAS TO HAVE A DISCUSSION ABOUT SO WE CAN FINALIZE THE RECOMMENDATION IN OUR RECOMMENDATIONS IN OUR STRATEGY WHEN WE BRING THAT DRAFT STRATEGY DOCUMENT BACK TO YOU IN MAY SO THE FOUR AREAS WE WOULD LIKE TO WORK TALK ABOUT IS TO DECREASE THE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT RESULTS WITH YOU TO TALK ABOUT THE GOAL IN FOCUS AREAS THAT WE’VE DEVELOPED AS A RESULT OF OUR PROCESS FLEW OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS WE WANT TO TALK ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS AND SOME DIRECT SERVICES RECOMMENDATIONS. GET YOUR FEEDBACK SO WE CAN REFINE OUR OUR OUR PLANT AND BRING THAT BACK. SO YOU’RE VERY FAMILIAR WITH THIS THIS IS GOING TO BR ARE MORE NIMBLE AND FLEXIBLE FIVE YEAR BLUEPRINT TO GUIDE ALL OF OUR INVESTMENTS AND DIRECT SERVICES AND COMMUNITY FUNDING FOR THE NEXT FIVE YEARS REFLECTS ALL THE CHANGES THAT HAVE HAPPENED SOCIAL ECONOMIC AND DEMOGRAPHIC SHIFTS OVER THE LAST TEN YEARS AND PROJECTED OUT TO THE FUTURE AND WE FEEL THAT THE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MAKING RAIL LINE ARE INVESTMENTS WITH OR THE COMMUNITY GOALS IN THE FEEDBACK THAT WE HEARD FROM RESIDENTS IN THE COMMUNITY SO THERE WERE THREE PHASES TO THIS DEVELOPMENT OF THE STRATEGY OF FIRST BASE WAS RESEARCH ASSESSMENTS INVESTIGATING TRENDS AND ISSUES AS PRACTICE IN OTHER CITIES. WE WENT THROUGH A PRETTY ROBUST COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS FOR THE LAST YEAR AND WE ARE AT THE END OF THAT PROCESS AND HEADING IN TO FACE THROUGH THREE OF OUR DRAFT STRATEGY THIS IS IN YOUR PACKET. THIS FILTERS. IT’S NOT IN YOUR PACKET YOU CAN SEE IT MORE CLEARLY IN YOUR PACKET. THIS IS KIND OF LIKE THE PROCESS THAT WE WENT TO DEVELOP THE OPTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS THAT ARE IN THE MEMO SEE CAN SEE ALL THE DIFFERENT ELEMENTS THAT WERE CONSIDERED IN DRIVING TO BOMB THE RECOMMENDATIONS ULTIMATE LEADING TO THE KINDS OF COMMUNITY OUTCOMES THAT WE ARE STRIVING FOR SO MUCH AND OVER THE MAP TO TALK WITH YOU ABOUT THE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS AND THE GOAL IN FOCUS AREAS THAT WERE DEVELOPED AS RESULT OF THAT THANK YOU SO WE WENT THROUGH AS KAREN MENTIONED ROBUST COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS TO REALLY GET THE INPUT FROM OUR COMMUNITY SO I THREW THE PROCESS WE CONDUCTED OVER A PERIOD OF ABOUT A YEAR AND A HALF IN TWENTY FIFTEEN TWENTY SIXTEEN INCLUDED A RANDOM TELEPHONE SURVEY A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT ONLINE SURVEYS OR IN PERSON SURVEYS WE HAD TWENTY ONE DIFFERENT FOCUS GROUPS TO OPEN COMMUNITY EVENTS AND THEN A RANGE OF OTHER MISCELLANEOUS ACTIVITIES. I DOG EARED ARE TRYING TO GET THE INPUT FROM OUR COMMUNITY ALTOGETHER WE HAD THIRTY FIVE UNIQUE DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES WE ENGAGED OVER SIXTEEN HUNDRED FOR RESIDENTS I ALSO RECEIVED INPUT FROM SIXTY SIX TO EIGHT DIFFERENT PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS. IF YOU WANT SOME REAL DETAIL ON THE TYPES OF ACTIVITIES WERE CONDUCTED ATTACHMENT SENIOR PACKET PROVIDES THAT DETAIL OF EACH OF THE COMMUNITY OF ANSWER TELLS YOU HOW MANY PEOPLE WERE ENGAGED DURING THE EVENT WHERE WAS HOW WHEN IT WAS LOTS OF INFORMATION COUPLE KEY POINTS THAT I WANT TO MAKE ABOUT IT IS FIRST THAT WE DID IT MULTIPLE TIMES AND LOCATIONS TIME WE ALSO TRY TO OVER SAMPLE FOR UNDER REPRESENTED COMMUNITIES SO WE REALLY REALIZE THAT WE NEEDED TO ENGAGE MORE WITH HISPANIC LATINO COMMUNITY WITH LOW INCOME COMMUNITY THAT SORT OF THING AND THEN WE ALSO INCLUDED BOTH CLOTHES AND AN OPEN ENDED QUESTION SO WE COULD GET BOTH QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE INFORMATION SO SOME OF THE KEY FINDINGS THAT WE GOT FROM COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT THE FIRST WISE THAT THE CONCERNS THAT THE COMMUNITY IDENTIFIED REALLY MIRRORED SOME OF THE ISSUES WE IDENTIFIED IN OUR PHASE ONE RESEARCH ARE THE BULK OF THE RESPONSES TO OUR OPEN ENDED QUESTIONS I’D SAY THE VAST MAJORITY STATE WITHIN ONE OF THE SIX ISSUE AREAS WE IDENTIFIED ON THE ONES THAT DIDN’T WEAR THINGS THAT WERE OUTSIDE THE SCOPE A CITY RESPONSIBILITY OR WITH OTHER AGENCIES. THE SECOND WAS THAT THE RECENT COMMON CONCERNS AND CONSISTENT THEMES ACROSS ALL DIFFERENT DIFFERENT DEMOGRAPHICS METHODOLOGY SO WE HAD A DIFFERENT METHODOLOGIES WERE USED IN THE DIFFERENT DIFFERENT DEMOGRAPHIC SEMI CONNECTED WITH IN THE KEY CONSISTENT THEMES THAT WE ALWAYS SAW WHERE THAT COMMUNITY AFFORDABILITY WAS ALMOST ALWAYS THE TOP COMMUNITY CONCERN SPECIFICALLY RELATED TO HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION BUT OTHER POVERTY AND ECONOMIC ISSUES ALWAYS SEEM TO SURFACE IN OUR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OFFENSE. WE ALSO HAD CONCERNS ALMOST PRETTY CONSISTENTLY RAISED ABOUT HOMELESSNESS HEALTH CARE ACCESS AND AFFORDABILITY YOUNG CHILDREN WERE GENERALLY ON THE PREFERRED AUDIENCE THROUGH PREFERRED TARGET FOR ACTIVITIES AS WITH OUR FAMILIES WE ALSO SAW SOME DIFFERENCES BASED ON WHO WE WERE TALKING TO THROUGH THE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS AND THOSE USUALLY BROKE OUT ON INCOME AND RACE IN THAT CITY SO WE IDENTIFIED A COUPLE THE KEY ONES THAT WE SAW THE FIRST WAS THAT WE ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF AN INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY. IF YOU LOOK AT THE OVERALL RESULTS FROM OUR COMMITTEE ENGAGEMENT HMO HE RAN TOWARDS THE BOTTOM BUT IF WE PULLED OUT THE LOW INCOME AND HISPANIC LATINO COMMUNITY THOSE CONCERNS NOT MUCH HIGHER THAN THEY WERE IN THE OVERALL POPULATION THE SECOND WAS DIFFERENCES RELATED TO HEALTH CARE WHERE WE SAW AMONG OUR HISPANIC LATINO POPULATION ISSUES LIKE PHYSICAL HEALTH CARE IN SUBSTANCE ABUSE ARE GENERALLY SURFACE MORE AS DID ACCESSED YOU ARM HEALTH INSURANCE AND HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE BUT ARE WHITE NON HISPANIC LATINO RESPONDENTS MORE STRONGLY IDENTIFIED WITH ISSUES RELATED TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES SO THERE WAS A DISTINCTION ON THE HEALTH CARE ISSUES AND THAT WAS A DISTINCTION WAS ON SOME OTHER ISSUES AS WELL BUT I THINK SERVICE MOST WRONG ON HEALTHCARE AND THEN FINALLY IN OUR OPEN ENDED ANSWERS WE REALLY IDENTIFIED SOME CONCERNS ABOUT INCLUSION OF BOTH IN TERMS OF PEOPLE SAYING THAT THEY DIDN’T FEEL INCLUDED ARE WELCOMED IN OUR COMMUNITY AND THEN IN TERMS OF COMMENTS THAT WE RECEIVED THAT SEEM NOT TO BE VERY INCLUSIVE TYPES OF COMMENTS ARE REALLY IDENTIFIED SOME CONCERNS ABOUT WELCOMING INCLUSIVE US SO WHEN WE SET ABOUT TRYING TO DETERMINE OUR PRIORITIES THERE’S A NUMBER OF THINGS THAT WE LOOKED AT I WASN’T JUST A COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT THAT PIECE I WAS CERTAINLY A BIG ASPECT OF WHAT HELP US SET OUR PRIORITIES. WE ALSO LOOKED AT HER FACE WHEN RESEARCH LOOKED AT WHAT WAS REALLY A CORE ISSUE THE FACT OF WHETHER IT WOULD HAVE A GREATER IMPACT DOWNSTREAM AND THEN YOU KNOW SOME OF OUR KEY PRINCIPLES OF OUR INTEGRATED UNCOORDINATED SOLUTIONS WHETHER WE COULD GET A DATA DRIVEN OUTCOMES THINGS LIKE THAT SO I THINK THE KEY POINT IN PART HERE IS THAT UNIQUE AGENT WAS PART OF WHAT WE LOOKED AT FOR IDENTIFYING COMMUNITY PRIORITIES. SO AGAIN THESE ARE SIX ISSUES IN A LITTLE DESCRIPTION ON WHAT THEY’RE ABOUT. I THINK THEY’RE FAIRLY SELF EXPLANATORY BUT WE HAVE AGING WELL GOOD START ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE HEALTH AND WELLBEING HOMELESSNESS AN INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY. SO FOR EACH OF OUR SIX ISSUES WITH THAT SORT OF BIG PICTURE GOALS FOR THE ISSUE AND YOU CAN SEE THESE HERE THEY ARE ALSO INCLUDED IN YOUR PACKET AND THEN STARTING ON PAGE FIFTEEN OF THE PACKET WE HAVE MORE DETAIL IN TERMS OF OUR FOCUS AREAS WITHIN EACH OF THE SIX ISSUE AREAS. SO EACH OF THE SIX ISSUES HAS THREE FOR FIVE DIFFERENT FOCUS AREAS THAT WE WANT TO FOCUS ON AS WE’RE DEVELOPING STRATEGIES FOR THE COMMUNITY IN LOOKING AT PRIORITIZING WE REALLY REACHED THE CONCLUSION IN ANALYZING ALL THE INFORMATION THAT WE HAD THAT THE CORE ISSUE THAT PEOPLE WERE TALKING ABOUT RELATED TO HUMAN SERVICES WAS ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE REALLY POVERTY IN AFFORDABILITY ISSUES POPPED UP IN ALMOST EVERY COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITY WE WE UNDERTOOK AND IT’S A CORE ISSUE THAT AFFECTS ALL THE OTHER FIVE ISSUES THAT WE WORK ON WHETHER IT’S OUR HOMELESS COMMUNITY WHETHER IT’S OUR OLDER ADULTS THE CHILDREN IN OUR COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLBEING ISSUES AND WHETHER PEOPLE ARE FEELING INCLUDED IN WELCOMING OUR COMMUNITY AND SO WE FELT THAT THAT WAS REALLY THE CENTER OF ALL THAT WE WERE TALKING ABOUT AND TO BACK THAT UP WE HAVE YOU KNOW A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT DATA POINTS AND THESE ARE SOME OF THE KEY DATA POINTS AND PREVIOUS CHARACTER. I JUST WANTED TO MAKE A COMMENT WITH RESPECT TO TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORTATION DOESN’T APPEAR THERE AND I KNOW THAT THE COUNTY TOOK THE SAME DIAGRAM AND ADDED TRANSPORTATION SO I JUST WANTED TO MAKE THAT COMMENT YES AN END WITH REGARD TO TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING WE KNOW THAT THOSE ARE THE ISSUES THAT COME ACROSS ALL POPULATIONS ISSUES THAT’S NOT SOMETHING THAT WE ACTUALLY PROVIDE COMMUNITY FUNDING FOR OR DIRECT SERVICES FOR EITHER HOUSING OR TRANSPORTATION SO THAT’S WHY THEY DON’T APPEAR THERE CERTAINLY ARE OUT HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION WE HAVE TO PARTNER WITH OUR CITY DEPARTMENTS AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS THAT ARE ACTUALLY WORKING IN THAT AREA BUT WITH REGARD TO OUR HUMAN SERVICE SCHOOLS TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING WOULD APPEAR IN OUR PARTNERSHIP ROLE THAT OUR ART NECESSARILY OUR COMMUNITY FUNDING ARE DIRECT SERVICES CASSETTES THAT OUR PRIMARY FOCUS TO MAKE SOME KIND OF FOLLOW UP IN THAT MIRROR IS REALLY GOOD QUESTION AND IT’S SOMETHING I’VE BEEN ASKING FOR A LONG TIME WE THINK SOMEWHAT ARTIFICIALLY DIVVY THINGS UP ALONG DEPARTMENT LINES WE HAVE OTHER DEPARTMENTS WHEN YOU SEE WE DON’T PROVIDE THIS SERVICE ACTUALLY WE THE CITY OF BOULDER MOST CERTAINLY DO COME BECAUSE TRANSPORTATION APARTMENT PUTS A LOT OF MONEY INTO IT. JUST LIKE PARKS BUT A LOT OF MONEY INTO SOME HEALTH AND WELLBEING FOR LOW INCOME PEOPLE AND KIDS AND IT’S VERY HEAVILY SUBSIDIZED AS ARGUABLY IT SHOULD BE BUT WE CAPTURE THE WHOLE PICTURE AND I THINK THAT’S THAT’S ALWAYS BEEN MY PROBLEM IS BECAUSE I JUST BUY THINGS UP AND THESE DEPARTMENTAL LINES WHICH MAKES SENSE FOR AN ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE BEFORE A POLICY PERSPECTIVE AND FROM HOW MUCH YOU’RE SPENDING ON THINGS. IT’S ALWAYS BEEN VERY HARD TO GET THAT WHOLE PICTURE SO YOU KNOW I SAID THIS BEFORE SO THIS IS HOW MUCH WE’RE SPENDING AND HUMAN SERVICES. IT’S NOT WHAT SPENT IN YOUR DEPARTMENT YOU HAVE TO ADD ALL THE MONEY GOES TO YOU KNOW VIA THE MONEY THAT GOES TO PARK SUPPORT FOR LOW INCOME KIDS AND I’VE NEVER FOUND A WAY TO GRASP THAT THE SUN AND I I THINK IT WAS ALL THAT LONG AGO MAYBE A COUPLE YEARS AGO HE IF IF OUR BUDGET DIRECTOR IS IN THE AUDIENCE SHE MIGHT BE ABLE TO ANSWER THE QUESTION BUT WE DIDN’T PUT TOGETHER A SPREADSHEET AROUND ONE OR ALL OF THE FUNDING SOURCES COMING FROM ALL THE DEPARTMENTS THAT ARE GOING TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF HUMAN SERVICES INCLUDING LIKE YOUTH PROGRAMS AND CHILDREN PROGRAMS AND HOMELESSNESS. JUST TO CAPTURE THAT I THINK UM HE IN THERE IN THE BIGGER PICTURE YES YOU’RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT HOWEVER I THINK IN TERMS OF OUR DEPARTMENT MASTER PLAN IN PLANNING FOR THE SPECIFIC TYPES OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES THAT WE OFFER AND THE TYPES OF COMMUNITY FUNDING THAT WE PROVIDED THE COMMITTEE IT IS FAIRLY DISCREET SO THAT’S WHAT I WE TOTALLY HEAR YOU BECAUSE WE WE’VE HAD WE’VE HAD THIS CONVERSATION MANY MANY TIMES BUT WE IN TERMS OF THE DISCREET TO PROGRAMS SERVICES AND FUNDING THAT WE PROVIDED THE COMMUNITY THAT’S WHAT THIS FOCUSES THE ERRANT KICK YOU RESCIND THEIR CHAR FROM THE SEVERAL YEARS AGO ONE YEARS OLD BUT YET WE COULDN’T GET ME STARTED OUT AS STATES A FEW YEARS OLD BUT I THINK THAT WOULD BE INFORMATIVE OK OK SO WE PUT ON A COUPLE OF OUR KEY DATA POINTS RELATED TO POVERTY AND ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE IN BOULDER AND THESE ARE ALL OF OUR DATA POINTS THE MEMO HAS A LOT MORE INFORMATION AND THAT’S JUST A KIND OF SET THE STAGE FOR WHY WE IDENTIFIED THIS IS OUR KEY ISSUE AND HUMAN SERVICES THE FIRST RELATES TO THE TOTAL POPULATION POVERTY IN BOULDER AND WE KNOW THE STATE TO MIGRATE FOR CAYMAN HERE IN A COUPLE WEEKS AGO AND GAVE A DIFFERENT FIGURE. WE ACTUALLY HAD SOME CONVERSATIONS WITH HER AFTER THAT MEETING AND THERE WERE SOME DIFFERENCES IN THE FORMULA THAT WE THINK WE RESOLVED AND WE RAN BY OUR NUMBERS WITH HER AND SHE WAS FINE WITH THE WAY WE’RE PORTRAYING AND SAY OH I JUST KIND OF RUN THROUGH HERE I THINK THE KEY POINT SAID TO SEE IS FIRST OF ALL WE’VE GOT CONCERNS ABOUT THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE WHO ARE LIVING AT POVERTY BELOW POVERTY OR NEAR POVERTY AND THERE’S A COUPLE DIFFERENT MEASURES HE CAN LOOK AT YOU COULD LOOK AT FB AT ALL WHICH IS REALLY AN ADEQUATE MEASURE OF POVERTY IF YOU THINK THAT THE FAMILY OF FOUR FPL HUNDRED PERCENT FPL IS TWENTY FOUR THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED A YEAR ITS FEDERAL PART OF THE VETERAN POVERTY LEVEL EXACTLY BUT WE ALSO LOOK AT THINGS LIKE THIS ALL SUFFICIENCY STANDARD WHICH IS APPROXIMATELY THREE HUNDRED PERCENT OF FPL OR SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND NINE O SIX FOR A FAMILY OF FOUR WITH TWO CHILDREN. AH SO THAT’S WHAT WE HAVE A COUPLE NUMBERS UP HERE. THE SECOND KEY CONCERN FOR US IS THE DISPARITY WERE SEEN BETWEEN OUR DIFFERENT POPULATIONS IN BOULDER WHERE THERE’S A BIG DISPARITY FROM THE WHITE NON HISPANIC LATINO POPULATION IN THE HISPANIC LATINO POPULATION IN TERMS OF THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE OR THE PERCENTAGE OF THE POPULATION IN POVERTY OR NEAR POVERTY. SO THAT’S WHY WE HAVE DIFFERENT NUMBERS UP THERE OUGHT TO GIVE YOU A BETTER SENSE OF WHAT’S GOING ON OR COMMUNITY IN THE KEY CONCERNS THAT WE HAVE RELATED TO THIS ISSUE. WE ALSO HAVE SOME NUMBERS RELATED TO LIVE ABILITY MECHANIC GETS AT SOME OF THIS DISPARITY ISSUES WHERE WE SEE FOR EXAMPLE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT WHICH GOES TO INCOME POTENTIAL EARNINGS POTENTIAL ARE WHITE NON LATINO POPULATION MUCH MORE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT WITHIN THAT POPULATION THERE’S A BIG GAP BETWEEN HISPANIC LATINO POPULATION. I AM AND THAT’S REFLECTED IN THE INCOME LEVELS THAT WE’RE SEEING IN THE COMMUNITY AS WELL. WE ALSO HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT THE DISPARITY BETWEEN MARRIED COUPLES AND SINGLE HEADS OF HOUSEHOLDS AND SO THAT’S SOME OF THE DOUBT TO USE HERE BUT AGAIN IN THE REPORT AS WELL AS AN ATTACHMENT BE TO THE WROTE THE MEMO THERE’S A LOT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT HER RESEARCH AND RESULTS THAT WE FOUND JUST UNDERSTAND THIS LIST THING IS SO DEAD JUST FOR A SINGLE FATHER HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD PEACE NOT WITH THE PARTNER THING CORRECT EXACTLY. OK SO THAT LEADS US TO OUR FIRST TWO QUESTIONS FOR FIRST TWO QUESTIONS SO FEEDBACK FROM COUNCIL ON WHETHER THE SIX COOL AREAS AND THIS FOCUS AREA OF ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE AS A KEY FOCUS AREA FOR OUR STRATEGY TO DISCOUNT SALUTE OF GREED OR HAVE FEEDBACK ON THE SCHOOL’S ECONOMIC MOBILITY IS THE KEY FOCUS AREA AND SO WHEN WILL WE BE TOUCHING ON THE ACTUAL BUDGET NUMBERS. SECOND THE LATER PORTION OF THE EVENING OR SO WILL BE BRINGING BACK BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS BASED ON THE FEEDBACK THAT WE GET TONIGHT BECAUSE WE WILL HAVE TO PARSE OUT THE BUDGET AND SOURCES OF FUNDING BASED ON YOUR FEEDBACK TONIGHT SO THAT ALL THE BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS WILL BE COMING BACK AND KNEE SURGERY FREE HAVE COMMENTS ON THE WORK WAS IN THE MEMO ABOUT THE BUDGET. THIS IS A TIME YET GIVE US FEEDBACK. OK IT WAS A NO NO NO IN A FEW MINUTES IN A FEW MINUTES KAREN’S GOING TO GO ON TO THE NEXT PART IN THE NEXT PART IS GOING TO DESCRIBE THE SERVICES THE HEAD. OK SO IT’S JUST THOSE TWO I JUST WANT TO GO INTO NUMBERS BUT I THINK THE KEY AREA FOR ME IS YES ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE ARE VERY IMPORTANT THEY ARE CRUCIALLY IMPORTANT AND YOU’VE DONE GOOD JOB OF ILLUSTRATING WHY BUT I DON’T WANT TO MAKE THIS ZERO SUM GAME KIND OF TRADEOFF ON OUR DISCUSSION TO BE ABLE TO BE PRODDED ABOUT EVERYTHING THAT WE WANT TO SUPPORT AND THEN HAVE THE BUDGET DISCUSSION KIND OF SUBSEQUENT TO THAT SO YES I AGREE ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE ARE VERY IMPORTANT. I’M GLAD TO SEE YOU HIGHLIGHTING THEM HERE BECAUSE IT’S A BIG CONCERN OF AFFORDABILITY HOWEVER I DON’T NECESSARILY AGREE THAT WE SHOULD SACRIFICE OTHER PROGRAMS FOR IT. IN EMPHASIZING ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE AND I ALSO AGREE WITH THE GOALS THAT YOU HAVE BEEN GOOD ONES TRANSPORTATION OBVIOUSLY IS A COMPONENT THAT NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT AND I DON’T THINK IT NEEDS TO BE BROUGHT IN HERE BECAUSE WE HAVE A WHOLE DEPARTMENT FOR IT BUT LIKE LISA ASKED I WOULD LIKE TO UNDERSTAND THIS SUPPORTING COMPONENTS OF HUMAN SERVICES THAT DO COME FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS SO I’M LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING THE BUDGET DISCUSSION AT THE APPROPRIATE TIME AGGRESSIVE BOB MARY ERIN AND I JUST CAN SAY AGREEING TO WAGE A SENTENCE I DON’T NEED TO TALK. I AGREE WITH WHAT YOU SAID EXACTLY. FIRST I FIND SOME OF THESE DISTINCTIONS WITH WORDS A LITTLE ARBITRARY. I THOUGHT THAT YOUR RESPONSE TO AARON’S QUESTION HOTLINE WAS HOPEFUL TO SEE THE ACTUAL PROGRAMS THAT WERE WITHIN THE LEAST TO THE SIX CATEGORIES AND I COULD RE CLASSIFY THEM IN OTHER CATEGORIES I THINK THE WORDS A LITTLE ARBITRARY AND COMPLETELY GROSS AND THIS CANNOT BE ZEN ABOUT IT A SECOND BUT I DON’T WANT TO DANCE YOUR SECOND QUESTION YES BUT NOT AT THE EXPENSE OF OTHER PROGRAMS SO THIS IS NOT ZERO SUM SO WE CAN TALK OF THESE ARE ALL IMPORTANT TO HIM. I DON’T KNOW IF THAT’S MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE OTHER FIVE. I GUESS IS MY RESPONSE THE QUESTION FOR YOU. SO I WOULD AGREE WITH WHAT’S BEEN SAID SO FAR AND I JUST WANTED TO MAKE A COMMENT. IN ADDITION I REALLY LIKE THE ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE EMPHASIS AND I WOULD JUST SAY THAT AS YOU MOVE FORWARD WITH THIS YOU WOULD CONSIDER PARTNERING WITH ECONOMIC VITALITY AND AN COMPANIES TO CUT THE PATHWAYS FOR PEOPLE THAT UM THAT LIVE IN BOULDER THAT CAN GO INTO THOSE JOBS THAT ARE PROVIDED FOR INSTANCE BY GOOGLE WHEN I THINK ABOUT HOW I ENDED UP IN BOULDER. IT WAS THROUGH A STRONG COMMITMENT FROM IBM TO HAVE A DIVERSE WORKFORCE AND THAT’S HOW I ENDED UP HERE SO I THINK THAT IF WE PARTNER WITH COMPANIES AND USE OUR ECONOMIC VITALITY POLICIES TO ACCOMPLISH SOME OF THAT I THINK WE COULD START TO GET SOMEWHERE ON THE SPOT OF FOCUS AREAS UNDER ECONOMIC MOBILITY IS A NEW AREA FOR US THAT WE HAVEN’T FUNDED OR WORKED IN THE PAST WHICH IS EMPLOYMENT SKILLS TRAINING RETRAINING ALIGNING THE NEEDS OF THE COMMUNITY WORKFORCE WITH FOLKS WHO NEED THE TRAINING CORE NEED RETRAINING TO BE ABLE TO ENTER INTO HIGHER PAYING POSITIONS THAT’S NOT SOMETHING THAT WE HAVE WORKED AND SO THIS IS ANOTHER ASPECT OF THIS ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE. I THINK THAT’S SOMETHING ALSO THAT’S BUT THAT WAS DRIVING OUR THIS FOCUS ON ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE IS THE DIRECTION FROM COUNCIL OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF YEARS THAT YOUR DESIRE WAS TO FOCUS MORE NARROWLY AND DEEPLY SO THAT WE COULD REALLY FOCUS ON SOME CORE DRIVING THROUGH CAUSE ISSUES IN THE COMMUNITY AND THAT THE FUNDING THE MANY THINGS ACROSS THE BOARD WITHOUT MUCH FUNDING SO THAT WAS ALSO SOMETHING THAT WE TOOK INTO CONSIDERATION WHERE COULD WE PUT FUNDING THAT WOULD REALLY DRIVE TO ROOT CAUSES THAT IMPACT SOME OF THESE OTHER AREAS EVERY AREA THAT WE HAVE IDENTIFIED OUR CRITICAL CRUCIAL PROGRAMS IN EVERY AREA IN EVERY AGENCY IN EVERY PROGRAM THAT WE FUND PROVIDES CRITICALLY NEEDED SERVICES. IF WE ARE REALLY TRYING TO DRIVE TOWARD A GOAL OF MAKING AN IMPACT ON COMMUNITY LIVE ABILITY AND CLOSING THE LID ABILITY GAP I THINK THERE’S GOING TO BE SOME SOME VERY HARD CHOICES DOWN DOWN THE ROAD UNLESS MORE RESOURCES ARE BROUGHT INTO THE SYSTEM AND WILL BE WILL BE TALKING JUST A LITTLE BIT ABOUT THAT TO GET INTO THE BUDGET BUT A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHERE SOME POSSIBILITIES TO BE CLOSING THIS THIS CAP ARE WHEN YOU GET TO THE COMMUNITY FUNDING SECTION WITH A SOUL AVOID THE TRADE OF DISCUSSION JUST YET I’VE AARON MATT AND LISA REPLIED I DO AGREE WITH YOUR SIX BROUGHT THE TICKETS. IT’S AN INSIGHTFUL PARSING OUT OF OUR DIFFERENT AREAS OF SERVICES AND ALL ECHO WHAT SALMAN OTHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT NOT WANTING IT TO BE A ZERO SUM GAME AND SEWED SAY THAT THE ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE IS A KEY SERVICE PRIORITY NOT THE KEY SERVICE PRIOR TO AND MY FEELING AND I WAS CONCERNED TO SEE THAT IT WAS ELEVATING THAT WAS COMING AT THE EXPENSE OF HEALTH AND WELLBEING WHICH TO ME IS ALSO A VERY CRITICAL OBVIOUSLY AREA AND IT SEEMS LIKE YOU COULD DRAW THAT GRAPH WITH HEALTH AND WELL BEING RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE INSTEAD AND IT COULD WORK VERY WELL THAT WAY SO THAT YOU WILL GET WE CAN TALK ABOUT THAT IN THE BUDGET THING BUT I WANT TO HIGHLIGHT SOME THINGS THAT YOU MENTION THE FOUNDATIONAL FRAMEWORKS WHICH I THOUGHT WERE REALLY REALLY GOOD CUP OF THE MORE SHIFT MORE RESOURCES TO UPSTREAM UPSTREAM INVESTMENTS TO FORESTALL ALLEVIATE CRISIS EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND ADDRESS ROOT CAUSES FOCUS RESOURCES WHERE THE CITY CAN HAVE A MEASURABLE IMPACT INCREASE SOCIAL RESILIENCE A COUPLE OTHERS I THINK THESE ARE WONDERFUL AND THAT THAT’S HOW WE NEED TO FOCUS AND SO RATHER THAN KIND OF GIVING THINGS UP IN PERCENTAGES ON THESE PRIORITIES I THINK IF WE COULD HAVE THAT KIND OF GOOD FOCUS ON THOSE FOUNDATIONAL FRAMEWORKS AND THEN LOOK AT WHAT PROGRAMS FILL THOSE THE BEST WE CAN TALK MORE ABOUT THEM THAT MUCH. MET YET SO I DO AGREE WITH SIX GOALS. UM I STILL WISH I WERE THERE WE HAD SOME WAY TO LOOK AT ALL THE THINGS THAT TOUCH ON HUMAN SERVICES ACROSS THE CITY EVEN IF THEY HAPPEN TO BE IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS BECAUSE WE PUT A LOT OF MONEY AND EFFORT INTO THOSE AND THEY’RE ALL GOOD THINGS AND I JUST KEEP FEELING THIS GIVES US THE KIND OF LIMITED SNAPSHOT IN TERMS OF WHAT WE’RE DOING AND ALSO IN TERMS OF WHAT OUR PRIORITIES ARE WHETHER IT’S MONEY IT’S NOT ALWAYS MONEY SOMETIMES MONEY SOMETIMES ITS EFFORTS SOMETIMES ITS REGULATIONS SOME THINGS A LOT OF THINGS CITIES DO IT’S NOT JUST MONEY THAT WE’RE INVOLVED IN. AND SO I DON’T KNOW IS THIS REALLY PISSES TO NARROW A FOCUS BECAUSE WE FOCUS ON WHAT YOUR DEPARTMENT IS AND AND MISS THAT MUCH BIGGER PICTURE IS HARD TO TALK ABOUT ECONOMIC MOBILITY WAS TALKING ABOUT HOUSING UNIT HOUSING MONEY COMES FROM SOME OTHER PLACE AND YET THAT’S A HUGE THING THAT WE WERE KINDLY SPENT A LOT OF MONEY PUT ALOT EFFORT INTO IT WHILE REGULATORY EFFORT INTO IT AND SOMEHOW IT’S NOT PART OF HUMAN SERVICES WHICH JUST MAKES NO SENSE TO MAKE. SO THAT’S ONE CUP WATER AND YES I DO AGREE THAT ECONOMIC MOBILITY RESILIENCE SHOULD BE THE HUMAN SERVICE’S PRIORITY A BIG BUCKET THOUGH AND YOU CAN KIND OF STUFF ALMOST ANYTHING IN IT WHICH IS BOTH GOOD AND BAD IT’S GOOD IN THE SENSE THAT YOU CAN COVER A LOT OF GROUND IS BURIED IN THE SENSE THAT IT DOESN’T NECESSARILY HAVE TO FOCUS AND I AGREE KAREN WITH WHAT YOU SAID NOBODY IS HARD TO CHANGE THINGS BUT EVERY FIVE OR TEN OR FIFTEEN OR TWENTY YEARS YOU REALLY DO NEED TO LOOK AT WHAT’S MOST EFFECTIVE AND MOST WORKABLE AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE AND OTHER ENTITIES HAVE DONE THAT THE COUNTY HAS CERTAINLY DONE AT THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION DO IT THEY DECIDED THEY CAN DO ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY IN EVERY SPHERE AND THAT THEY ACTUALLY ACCOMPLISH MORE IF THEY FOCUS ON CERTAIN THINGS AND I DO THINK THAT’S WHO WE SHOULD DO AND I THINK THAT’S THE RIGHT FOCUS. LISA SO I WOULD THANK YOU FOR PUTTING OUT THE SIX PRIORITIES BUT AN ANGRY A LOT WITH BUT MACHA SAID. BUT FOR ME IT’S REALLY HARD TO DENY THEM INCLUDE CHILDREN IN THIS WHOLE THING BECAUSE THEY ARE OUR FUTURE AND SO FOR ME I LOOK AT A GOOD STAR AND TWO THINGS THAT YOU DISCUSSED IN OUR MEMO WAS DAYCARE COSTS TO PEOPLE WHICH IS OVER THIRTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR I HAVE THREE CHILDREN OR I HAD TO REACH I STILL HAVE THEM BUT THEY’RE GROWN UP IN THERE AND SELF ESTEEM RIGHT NOW BUT IKE AND THE MANSION PUTTING OUT THIRTY NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR FOR DAYCARE FOR MY CHILDREN WHO ARE ALL WITHIN FIVE YEARS OF EACH OTHER THAT I COULDN’T OF DONE IT THEN AND I COULDN’T DO IT NOW IN SO I THINK WE NEED TO LOOK AT THAT AND I THINK EDUCATION IS THE BIG EQUALIZER AND GETTING CHILDREN TO HAVE THE SAME SKILLS AS THEIR PEERS WHEN THEY COME INTO FIRST GRADE IS INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT IN TERMS OF JUST WHERE THEY ARE THEIR UNDERSTANDING IN THEIR SELF ESTEEM SO THAT ONE THING AND THEN I WAS SPEAKING WITH MY SISTER WHO WORKS IN KANSAS CITY AND SHE WAS TALKING ABOUT A PROGRAM IN THEIR HIGH SCHOOLS SYSTEM WHERE CHILDREN ARE ALLOWED. YOU KNOW TO GO SOMETHING LIKE FOUR DAYS A WEEK TO HIGH SCHOOL AND THEN ONE DAY WEEK THE WORK AND THEY WORK FOR A BUSINESS AND ALL OF THAT MONEY GOES TO COLLEGE EDUCATION SO REMEMBER WHEN THE CHILDREN ARE COMMITTED TO GOING TO EITHER TRADE SCHOOL OR COLLEGE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL AND I GUESS FOR ME I WOULD LIKE TO LOOK IN THE CITY AND MAYBE YOU KNOW THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OR SOMEBODY ELSE IS DOING SOMETHING LIKE THAT BUT TO ESTABLISH SOME GOOD WORK PROGRAMS FOR OUR ADOLESCENCE THAT REALLY WANT TO GET TO A DIFFERENT PLACE THAN WHERE THEY ARE AND AGAIN IT’S EDUCATION IT’S DETERMINATION AND SO I GUESS I CAN GO JUST WITH ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE AND OR STAY AND NOT FOCUSING BUT I THINK OUR YOUTH UR GREATEST ASSET IN THE WAY TO GET OUT OF WHERE WE ARE AND UM AND I GUESS I WOULD LIKE TO SEE. I DON’T KNOW IF WE PARTNER WITH THE D A STEVE WE PARTNER WITH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION IF THERE’S PROGRAMS LIKE THIS ALREADY BUT THEY ARE OUR FUTURE AND YES ITS TWENTY YEAR TIMELINE BUT I THINK WE PUT MONEY IN NOW AND I THINK IT WILL HAVE HUGE DEAD DIVIDENDS IN THE FUTURE SO I’D LIKE TO SEE SOME FOCUS ON GOOD START. WE’VE ACTUALLY HAD IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT PAST RECENT PAST CONVERSATIONS WITH WORKFORCE BOULDER COUNTY THE COUNTY ARE YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES ADVISORY BOARD AND THE CHAMBER AROUND WITH SUBSIDIZED WAGE PROGRAM A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR ENTRY INTO INTO THE EMPLOYMENT MARKET BECAUSE YOUNG PEOPLE IN HIGH SCHOOL AND COMING OUT OF HIGH SCHOOL ARE COMPETING WITH COLLEGE GRADUATES FOR THE SAME TYPES OF JOBS IN OUR COMMUNITY SO AND AND AND PEOPLE WITH COLLEGE EDUCATIONS ARE COMPETING WITH OTHER PEOPLE FOR FOR VERY LOW WAGE POSITIONS SO IT’S IT’S A IT’S AN ISSUE IN OUR COMMUNITY. SO I CAN JUMP IN THE WAY YOU GO AHEAD AND I’M IN JAPAN WHY I JUST WANTED TO COMMENT ON SOMETHING THAT MAN SAID AND ALMOND SOMETHING THAT THE ISA SAID WHAT MOM WHEN MATT MENTIONED ABOUT AND YOU REMINDED US THAT WE AT SAID GO DEEP RATHER THAN THAN SHALLOW AND CALM WHEN I DID GRANT EVALUATION FOR THE CAMI FOUNDATION. WE DID SOME OF THAT SHALLOW GIVING AND YOU ENDED UP GIVING LOTS OF GRANTS VERY LITTLE MONEY THAT REALLY DIDN’T HAVE AN IMPACT. SO I THINK THAT THAT THAT GOING DEEP AND FOCUSING ON THE ONE GOAL IS REALLY THE WAY TO GO ON THIS OLD I THINK THAT’S IMPORTANT AND THEN TO RESPOND TO LISA’S COMMENT THAT THE FOUNDATION ALREADY HAS A SCHOOL READINESS INITIATIVE THAT THEY’VE BEEN DOING FOR SEVERAL YEARS NOW AND PERHAPS THAT IS A PLACE THAT WE COULD PARTNER SUE AT DELTA STILL AND THEN WE CAN JUST MOVE ON IS YOU CAN TELL WE HAVE AN ISSUE WITH PRIORITIZATION BECAUSE I THINK ALL OF THE SCENES ARE IMPORTANT BUT I GUESS I WANT TO SALUTE YOUR EFFORTS TO PRIORITIZE AND UM I DO AGREE THAT AFFORDABILITY IS WHAT EVERYBODY IS TALKING ABOUT AND SO I THINK THAT IT’S A GOOD ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE. I THINK WILL BE INTERESTING IS IS THA AND THIS IS BY WHAT WE’RE GOING TO GET TO BUT THIS NOTION OF OUR SIX. I THINK YOU CALL THEM GOALS. SOME OF THE PRINCIPALS ABOUT WHERE WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND WHERE THE GAPS ARE AND THOSE SORT OF THINGS AND THEN KIND OF MAP OUT YOU KNOW WHAT THE FOUNDATION’S GO TO GREAT FOR WHEN THEY GOT THAT PART COVERED FOR KIDS OBVIOUSLY HAS APPLICANT IS IN PARTNERSHIP. I MEAN YOU CAN MAP OUT OKAY HERE’S WHAT WE THINK EVERYTHING IS COVERED AND WHERE THE GAPS ARE AND WHERE OUR ROLE SHOULD BE. I THINK IF WE SAW THAT SWEET INCLUDING AFFORDABLE HOUSING IS COVERED BY OUR HOUSING FOLKS SO THAT ONE FEEL GOOD ABOUT TRANSPORTATION WE MIGHT WANT TO BE TALKING ABOUT ECO PASSES FOR LOW INCOME. SO THAT’S NO THAT IS AN INTERNAL DISCUSSION BUT IF WE COME MAPPED IT ALL OUT. I THINK WE HAVE A BETTER SENSE OF I’M ASSUMING YOU DID AND THIS IS THE RESULT OF THAT BUT YOU MIGHT HAVE TO TAKE US ALONG ON THAT MAPPING EXERCISE TO SEE WHAT’S ALREADY BEEN COVERED TO CONVINCE US YET WE CAN LET GO THAT AND GO D OTHER PLACES CELLS SO AT THIS POINT WE HAVE OUR GOAL AND FOCUS SERIOUS OPEN LOOK INTO FOCUS AREAS WITHIN THE CALLS THAT IDENTIFIES WHAT HAS BEEN WHAT HAS EMERGED AS THE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUES WITHIN THESE COOL AREAS SO THAT THE NEXT STEP WOULD BE TO IDENTIFY SPECIFIC STRATEGIES THAT MATCH THOSE FOCUS AREAS SO AS YOU SAY FOR EXAMPLE WHEN AND ONLY TALK ABOUT OUR DIRECT SERVICES AND FUNDING LOOKING AT WHAT IS BEING DONE IN THE COMMUNITY AROUND THESE THESE IN THESE AREAS AND MAPPING THAT OUT WE CAN CERTAINLY DO THAT ONE OF THE ISSUES AND ESTABLISHING FUNDING POLICY BASED ON WHAT CURRENT PROGRAMS ARE BEING FUNDED IN THE COMMUNITY AS THEY CHANGE SO WHAT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION MAY BE FOCUSING ON THEIR FIVE YEAR STRATEGY MADE ME CHANGE IN A COUPLE OF YEARS WERE THE TYPES OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES THAT MAY BE FUNDED ELSEWHERE MAY CHANGE. UM SO AND WHEN WE CAN ALSO DO THAT WE CAN ALSO SHIFT WHAT WE’RE FUNDING FROM THE FIVE YEAR PERIOD TO ANOTHER STRATEGIC FIVE YEAR PLANNING PERIOD BASED ON WHAT OTHER RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COMMUNITY. SO THAT’S CERTAINLY POSSIBLE TO WHICH WE WILL ATTEMPT TO DO THAT TYPE OF MAPPING FOR EVERY PROGRAM THE COMMUNITY RELATED HUMAN SERVICES IN THESE AREAS WHEN WE BRING BACK THE BUDGET REQUESTS FROM THE BUDGET AND RESOURCE ANALYSIS IN MAY. UM BUT I WOULD I WOULD GUESS JUST KIND OF KNOWING WHAT’S OUT IN THE COMMUNITY THAT’S THERE ARE THERE’S NOTHING BEING FULLY FUNDED TO IT TO THE EXTENT WHERE WE WOULD SAY WE DON’T HAVE TO CONTRIBUTE TO THAT THOUGH THE EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM AT THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUNDS THE SCHOOL READINESS PROGRAM SPECIFICALLY DIRECTED AT A FAMILY FRIEND NEIGHBOR CARE PASO PROGRAM THEY’LL PASS A PROGRAM THAT’S A PROGRAM WHILE THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION IS FUNDING IT TO TAKE IT TO SCALE NEEDS A LOT MORE COMMUNITY RESOURCES AND ALSO THAT FIVE YEAR COMMITMENT HAS EXPIRED SO THERE’S JUST A LOT OF VARIABLES AROUND WHAT’S BEING FUNDED COME OUT IN THE COMMUNITY AND I THINK WE MAY WANT TO THINK ABOUT IN TERMS OF POLICY FOR FUNDING WHETHER WE LINK THAT TO WHAT OTHER ORGANIZATIONS ARE FUNDING BUT CERTAINLY TO THE EXTENT WE IDENTIFY WILL HELP YOU IDENTIFY GET SOMEONE TO SPEED YOU UP YOU CAN TALK IN THE GPA GO TO THE NEXT SECTION IN THE KITCHEN. I JUST WANT TO MAKE A DISTINCTION HERE WE TALK ABOUT GOING DEEP ON THE SUBJECT AREA. I THINK WE SHOULD GO DEEP IN THE PROGRAM’S FOCUS AREAS WITHIN EACH OF THESE SUBJECT AREAS. I’M JUST NOT SO COMFORTABLE WITH THE SHIFT THAT WILL TALK ABOUT HAIR AND A LITTLE BIT BEING SO BIG SO IT’S NOT THAT I DISAGREE WITH WHAT YOU SAID MARY ABOUT YOU CAN BE MORE EFFECTIVE WITH YOUR MONEY SO SRY TRYING TO BE AS EFFECTIVE AS WE CAN AND YOU JUST TALKED ABOUT SOME OF THAT SAND BUT I DON’T AND STILL NOT COMFORTABLE WITH THE IDEA THAT WE WOULD TAKE ONE WHOLE SUITE OF PROGRAMS AND COMPLETELY REDUCES LARGE AMOUNT I WANT TO MAKE A DISTINCTION THAT THERE’S WHAT YOU DO IN THE PROGRAM AND THEN THERE’S HOW YOU ALLOCATE ACROSS PROGRAMS SO YOU BARELY TIME FOR THAT DISCUSSION. SO OKAY OR MOVE IN THAT. OK SO LET’S TAKE A LOOK NOW AT WHERE WE’RE CURRENTLY INVESTING FUNDS IN AND SOME OF THIS INFORMATION MAY HELP EXPLAIN THIS SHIFT COME FROM HEALTH AND WELLNESS TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY. SO THIS IS JUST KIND OF A SNAPSHOT AN OVERVIEW OF WHERE WE ARE CURRENTLY INVESTING SO THIS IS OUR COMMUNITY FUNDING THIS IS OUR DIRECT SERVICES THIS IS ALL OF THE DEPARTMENT RESOURCES WE CAN SEE ABOUT THIRTY FIVE PERCENT GOING TO DIRECT SERVICES FORTY SIX PERCENT TO COMMUNITY FUNDING AND NINETEEN PERCENT TO PARTNERSHIPS VARIOUS PARTNERSHIPS THAT WE HAVE OVER ON THE RIGHT YOU CAN SEE WHEN WE LOOK AT THESE SIX AREAS WHERE THIS PROBABLY BREAKS OUT NAS HAS ALREADY BEEN MENTIONED SOME THINGS WE DO CAN GET HIT EVERY ONE OF THESE AREAS. SO HOW WE HAVE SORTED WHAT WE DO AND OUR COMMUNITY PROGRAMS IS WHERE THERE’S THE GREATEST SINGLE ALIGNMENT WHERE THERE’S THE MOST ALIGNMENT AND CERTAINLY A LOT OF DIRECT SERVICES AND AND AND CERTAINLY ARE OUR NONPROFIT PARTNERS ATTENDED MANY OF THESE CATEGORIES SO YOU CAN SEE WHERE IT LINES UP SO OUR BIGGEST PORTION ACROSS THE BOARD IS HEALTH AND WELLBEING AT TWENTY SIX PERCENT FOLLOWED BY A GOOD START AT TWENTY AND THEN YOU CAN SEE EVERYTHING ELSE LINES UP DOWN TO TEN PERCENT CAN CONNECT US TO FEAR FOR SIGNATURE IN THEY E MAIL RESPONSE THAT YOU SENT AND THANK YOU FOR THAT VERY THOROUGH RESPONSE THAT YOU MENTION THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING TOTALED NINE AND FORTY EIGHT THOUSAND VERY DIFFERENT NUMBER UP THERE CAN EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCE SOUL SO WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING AT WAS OUR COMMUNITY FUNDING THIS IS ALL OF OUR INVESTMENT SO THIS THIS INCLUDES OUR DIRECT SERVICES ARE CONTRACTS OUR COMMUNITY FUNDING EVERYTHING E MAIL THESE INTERVIEWS ABOUT OUR HUMAN SERVICES FUND. THAT’S RIGHT AND OUT OF THAT INVESTMENT. YES ALL THE NURSES WILL FALL IF I COULD COULD YOU DEFINE THESE TERMS SO MUCH A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A FUND OR A TREACHEROUS IN A LEAD PARTNER SO FOR EXAMPLE WE PROVIDE DIRECT SERVICES SO WE ACTUALLY OPERATE SOME PROGRAMS IN THE COMMUNITY. WE WE OPERATE THE FAMILY RESOURCE SCHOOLS PROGRAM IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WILL PROVIDE SERVICES TO A HIGHER RISK FAMILIES FAMILIES WHO HAVE ESL WHO ARE ESL FAMILIES OR THEIR CHILDREN ARE FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH PROGRAM SO WE PROVIDE A VARIETY OF FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES TO OUR FAMILY RESOURCE SCHOOLS PROGRAM THAT SAVES THE CITY STAFF ARE DOING THE WORK THAT’S RIGHT THAT IS A DIRECT SERVICE THAT WE PROVIDE TO THE COMMUNITY INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY FOR EXAMPLE WE RUN THE OFFICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS. SO WHEN THERE ARE VIOLATIONS OF DISCRIMINATION BASED ON OUR HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE OR A FAILURE TO PAY WAGES ORDINANCE. WE HAVE A STAFF OF PEOPLE WHO TAKE THOSE COMPLAINTS AND MAYBE THOSE COMPLAINTS WE HAVE OUR SENIOR SERVICE PROGRAM SO WE OPERATE AND RUN TO SENIOR CENTERS AND WE HAVE A VARIETY OF SENIOR PROGRAMS THAT WE STAFF AND WE’RE ON AND WE OPERATE. SO THAT’S OUR ROLE AS A DIRECT SERVICE PROVIDER THAT’S WHAT THAT MEANS IN OUR ROLE IS A FUND OR WE HAVE AND WHAT WILL WE WILL GET TO THE SLIDER OUR FUNDING SOURCES. WE PROVIDE COMMUNITY FUNDING THROUGH SEVERAL GRANT MAKING PROCESSES ONE IS THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND THAT’S THAT TWO POINT ONE MILLION DOLLAR FUND THAT WE ALLOCATED SHARE. WE HAVE THE YOUTH OPPORTUNITY FUND WHICH NOW YOU’RE ALSO FAMILIAR WITH OUR YOUTH OPPORTUNITY BOARD GIVES OUT ABOUT A HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR IN ANNUAL GRANTS FOR YOUTH YOUTH PROGRAMS WE HAVE THE HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION WHICH GETS OUT ABOUT THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR IN COMMUNITY CULTURAL AND COMMUNITY IMPACT FUNDS FOR THE FRIDAY EVENT DIVERSITY EDUCATION AND INCLUSION PROGRAMS AND THEN RECENTLY WE ALSO IMPLEMENTED THE SUBSTANCE EDUCATION AND AWARENESS AWARENESS GRANTS THROUGH THE RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA TAX. SO THAT’S ALL FUNDING IS GOING OUT TO THE COMMUNITY THAT’S PART OF THIS SWEETER FUNDING TO THE COMMUNITY. IN ADDITION TO THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND THAT’S WHAT YOU’RE MOST FAMILIAR WITH. SO THAT’S WHAT THIS IS REPRESENTING ALL SOURCES OF COMMUNITY FUNDING ALL OF THE DIRECT SERVICES THAT WE PROVIDED THE COMMUNITY AND THEN WHAT’S A LEAD PARTNER GIVE THIS EXAMPLE THAT SO FOR EXAMPLE WE PART WE RECENTLY I’LL GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE YOU’RE FAMILIAR WITH WE RECENTLY PARTNERED WITH BOULDER COUNTY AND THREE OF OUR EMERGENCY HOMELESS SERVICE PROVIDERS TO DO THE HOMELESS SERVICES COLLABORATIVE TO FIGURE OUT WHAT HOW CAN WE FUND THIS PARTNERSHIP TO HELP MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE EMERGENCY SERVICES AVAILABLE TO THE COMMUNITY AND HOWARD’S OS IN THE COUNTY AND THE SERVICE PROVIDERS PARTNERING ON LOOKING AT WHAT KINDS OF OUTCOMES WERE LOOKING AT LOOKING FOR A CAB DAY THERE WE COLLECTING AND AND HOW ARE WE ACTUALLY PROVIDING THE SERVICES. SO THAT’S KIND OF OUR ROLE AS SOME READER PARTNER AND THAT’S WHERE YOU’RE GOING TO SEE UM YOU KNOW THE PROJECTS THE TYPES OF PROJECTS THAT WE MANAGE AND COORDINATE WITH THE WITH THE COMMUNITY THIS IS THE BIG PICTURE BUT BUT THERE’S ANOTHER SLIDE WHICH I THINK IS WHERE YOU ARE IF I CAN GET TO THIS LIFE SO HERE’S SOMETHING IS WHAT YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN. SO THESE ARE INVESTMENTS BY ISSUE AREAS AND WHEN TO GO THROUGH THESE COLORS SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THESE BARS. THE BLUE BAR IS OUR DIRECT SERVICES THE GREEN THAT LIGHT GREEN BAR IS OUR HUMAN SERVICES FOND OF THIS WHICH ARE MOST FAMILIAR WITH THAT KIND OF MADE SOME SALMON COLOR IS ALL ABOUT THE OTHER TYPES OF FINDING THAT WE GIVE OUT TO THE COMMUNITY INCLUDING OUR YOUTH OPPORTUNITY FUND OR HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION FUNDING AND CONTRACTS THAT WE HAVE WITH SERVICE PROVIDERS THAT ARE OUTSIDE OF THE ANNUAL FUND BROWN WILL TALK ABOUT THAT JUST A MINUTE AND THEN YOU SEE THAT THAT LATE. MOM HAD A BEIGE COLOR IS A SUBSTANCE EDUCATION AND AWARENESS FUNDING THAT BROWN BOX ARE THE RENTAL SUBSIDIES THAT YOU APPROVED FOR ONE TIME FUNDING WITH THE EMERGENCY FAMILY ASSISTANCE ASSOCIATION AND ONE TIME FUNDING FOR THE EDGE PROGRAM THIS YEAR SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT AND I WILL TALK ABOUT OTHER CITY FUNDING ON HOMELESSNESS IN JUST A MINUTE SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THIS WHOLE PICTURE HERE GETTING A PICTURE OF WHERE RESOURCES ARE GOING IN ADDITION TO JUST THE HUMAN SERVICES FUNDS SO YOU CAN SEE ON THE BLUE HYUNDAI REC SERVICES WE PROVIDE FOR EXAMPLE ALLOWED DIRECT SERVICES UNDER AGE AND WELL WHICH IS WHY WE DON’T PROVIDE A LOT OF COMMUNITY FUNDING BECAUSE WE INVEST HEAVILY IN AGING SERVICES THROUGH OUR SENIOR CENTERS AND TO THE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES WE OFFER THROUGH THE SENIOR CENTERS WHEREAS UNDER HOMELESSNESS YOU’LL SEE THERE’S NO BLUE AT ALL BECAUSE WE DON’T PROVIDE ANY DIRECT SERVICES WE DO PARTNERSHIPS IN THE COMMUNITY AND LEAD TO FUNDING SO YOU CAN SEE HOW ABBY’S DIFFERENT MIX OF INVESTMENTS MOVES THE BAR SO UNDER WHAT LET’S LOOK AT HEALTH AND WELL BEING BECAUSE THIS IS SOMETHING YOU BROUGHT UP AS A AS A CONCERNED SO WHEN WE LOOK AT HEALTH AND WELL BEING AND OUR GREEN BAR FOR FINDING THIS IS THE BAR FROM THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND. BUT YOU CAN ALSO SEE IN ADDITION WE GIVE OUT ABOUT TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR TO OUR SUBSTANCE EDUCATION AND AWARENESS GRANTS TO COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND THAT YES THE THUNDER HELP THEM ARE BEING SUBSTANCE SUBSTANCE USE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION AND THEN YOU CAN ALSO SEE THE SALMON COLORED PART OF THE BAR REPRESENTS SOME ADDITIONAL FUNDING FROM YOUTH OPPORTUNITY FUND AND ALSO CONTRACTS THAT WE HAVE PRIMARILY WITH MENTAL HEALTH PARTNERS AND THOSE ARE ABOUT THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR SO YOU CAN SEE HOW YOU PUT ALL OF THE CITY’S INVESTMENTS UP THERE YOU CAN SEE IT’S IT’S MORE THAN JUST THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND. SO CAN WE TALK ABOUT HOMELESSNESS BAR HERE FOR SURE SO I CAN EXPLAIN THAT THE FEE ONLY BY WHAT OTHER CITY FUNDING ANNAN AND THE REASON FOR THAT IS THERE IS THIS SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNT OF OTHER CITY FUNDING THAT GOES INTO ADDRESSING HOMELESSNESS AND SO THAT’S WHY WE HAVE THIS UP HERE SHE CAN SEE THAT FOR COMPARISON PURPOSES. SO BE THAT BAD IN THAT BROWN BAR UNDER HOMELESSNESS THOSE ARE THE RENTAL SUBSIDIES THE ONE TIME FUNDING FOR A FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDIES TO PREVENT HOMELESSNESS AND THEN THE BLACK KIND OF HASH MARK PART OF THE BAR IS OUR PROGRAMS LIKE THE UM HOMELESS OUTREACH TEAM WHICH IS DEDICATED TO THE POLICE DEPARTMENT DEDICATED TO HOMELESS OUTREACH. IT’S THE MUNICIPAL COURT NAVIGATOR AND IT IS THE AVERAGE ANNUAL FUNDING ON THAT’S APPROPRIATED FROM HOUSING FOR HOUSING FOR THE HOMELESS SPECIFICALLY MEANS THE ILL WILL OR WOULD BE LEE IT COULD BE PERMANENT SUPPORTIVE HOUSING SHELTER INVESTMENTS CAPITAL INVESTMENTS FOR THE SHELTER THINGS LIKE THAT SO THAT THE TESTS INCLUDES FUNDS COMING FROM OUR HOUSING PROGRAM AND SO THAT IS WHY WE PUT THAT UP THERE BECAUSE THAT RANGE OF FUNDING IN ADDITION TO THE GREEN FUNDING THAT WE GIVE OUT FOR THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND. IT TELLS A MORE COMPLETE PICTURE OF ALL THE SOURCES OF INVESTMENT THAT THE CITY IS PUTTING INTO THESE CATEGORIES KNOWING THAT THESE CATEGORIES ARE LITTLE FLUID IN THE PERMEABLE SO FOR EXAMPLE IN THIS TIMELESSNESS BAR WE HAD THE FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM BUT THAT COULD EASILY ALSO FIT UNDER ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE BECAUSE ITS RESOURCES GOING TO FAMILIES TO PREVENT HOMELESSNESS. HIS ANSWER WAS JUST FOR CLARIFICATION. THIS GOES TO LIKE IN OUR BUDGET LAST YEAR WE INCREASED OUR FUNDING SPECIFICALLY FOR FAA PROGRAMS THAT ARE A HEAP PEOPLE UPS AND I GUESS THIS IS UPSTREAM FROM GOING INTO HOMELESSNESS AND KIND OF HELPING THEM BEST GUESS RIGHT I SAID THAT’S A VERY GOOD EXAMPLE OF AN UPSTREAM INVESTMENT RELATED TO HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION. IT’S MOVING RESOURCES UPSTREAM TO KEEP PEOPLE OUT OF THE EMERGENCY AND CRISIS SYSTEM SO KATE SO I JUST RETURNED FROM A PROCESS DO WE LET THEM FINISH THEIR PRESENTATION GET TO THE QUESTION FOR THE SECTION AND THEN WE CAN THINK AND JUST EXPLAIN THE HATCHED BLACK SO I STILL DON’T UNDERSTAND HOW IT SO THAT FUNDING COME IS DISTINCT FROM THE HUMAN SERVICES. OK SO SO THAT BLACK HASH MARK BUT BY OUR RESOURCES COMING TO ADDRESS HOMELESSNESS FROM OUTSIDE OF THE DEPARTMENT. SO WHO ARE HOUSING FINANCE ITS AVERAGE INVESTMENT IN HOUSING FUNDS TO ADDRESS HOMELESSNESS THAT INCLUDES THE MUNICIPAL COURT NAVIGATOR AND IT INCLUDES D THANKYOU THE HOMELESS OUTREACH TEAM AND THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND HOUSING DEPARTMENT AND THOSE TWO PROGRAMS SAID THAT MUNICIPAL COURT NAVIGATOR IN THE OUTREACH TEAM THEY ARE NOT DOING MITIGATION SO THAT IS WHY YOU DON’T SEE ANY MITIGATION COSTS FOR ADDRESSING COMMUNITY IMPACT OR ADDRESSING HOMELESSNESS IN PUBLIC SPACES BECAUSE THAT’S MITIGATION THAT IS THAT THOSE ARE NOT RESOURCES PROVIDING SERVICES AND PROGRAMS TO HELP PEOPLE OUT OF POVERTY OR HOMELESSNESS TO CLARIFY THE FUNDS SPENT ON MITIGATION ARE NOT INCLUDED ARE NOT INCLUDED THIS VERSE IS ABOUT SERVICE. OK READ AVON WILL OK SO I THINK WE’VE WE’VE ALREADY COVERED THIS SO YEAH COMMUNITY FAMILY WHERE WE’RE TRYING TO GET TO HER GUIDE LISTS OF WHAT WE END UP DECIDING ME THAT THE PRIORITY AREAS ARE ARE DRIVING IN EACH AREA MORE RESOURCES TO UPSTREAM INVESTMENTS LIKE THE EXAMPLE WE JUST GIVE THE FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDIES DATA DRIVEN DECISION MAKING SO THOSE TYPES OF PROGRAMS WHICH HAVE OUTCOMES BETTER ARE CONSISTENT WITH THE GOALS AND MORE INTEGRATED AND COORDINATED SERVICES IN THE COMMUNITY THAT WE ARE FUNDING THEM TO REDUCE DUPLICATION AND OVERLAP AND TO INCREASE THE EASE OF ACCESSIBILITY FOR CLIENTS WHO ARE ACCESSING PROGRAMS SO SO USING THIS MODEL THAT WE WERE PRESENTING AROUND THE SHIFT TOWARD ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE AND SO THIS IS WHAT WE ARE CURRENTLY FUNDING IN THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND SO NOW WE’RE BACK TO JUST LOOKING AT THIS SLICE ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE CURRENTLY IT IS ABOUT NINE PERCENT OF THE FUND IF WE TARGETED INCREASING THIS OVER A FIVE YEAR PHASE IN PERIOD TO THIRTY PERCENT THAT’S A PRETTY BIG GAP THAT’S A PRETTY BIG JUMP THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING CURRENTLY IS FORTY EIGHT PERCENT OF ALL OF THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND AND THIS IS PRETTY CONSISTENT PERCENTAGE OF THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND OVERTIME. SO ROUGHLY HALF OF THE FUND HAS CONSISTENTLY BEEN DEVOTED TO HEALTH AND WELLBEING PROMISE THIS IS CURRENTLY AT TWENTY FOUR PERCENT A GOOD STARTER SEVENTEEN AN AGING WELL AND WON SUDDENLY LOOK AT KIND OF REAL LINING WHERE WE ARE PUTTING RESOURCES ALTHOUGH IT IS A PRETTY SIGNIFICANT REALIGNMENT FROM HEALTH AND WELLBEING. YOU CAN SEE THE ALIGNMENTS FOR THE TARGETS ARE MORE IN LINE WITH WHAT YOU WOULD SEE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LOOKING AT MORE EQUITABLE BALANCE AMONG ALL OF THE ISSUE AREAS IN QUESTION IS WHAT THIS IS JUST I MEAN THIS IS JUST DOLLARS AND THIS DOESN’T YOU KNOW SO DOLLARS WERE ONLY LIKE THIRTY OR FORTY PERCENT OF OUR OVERALL EXPENDITURE WITHIN YOUR DEPARTMENT WHICH OF COURSE IS ONLY OF THE TABLE ROCKS MEASURE THAT’S BEEN A DEPARTMENT SO IT’S A LITTLE IS A LITTLE BIT THIS IS LIKE SOME FALSE PRECISION HEARING DURING MORNING SALARIES ALL THE OTHER GREAT SERVICES WE PROVIDE AND IF YOU HAD ANOTHER COLUMN THAT SAID CURRENT PERCENTAGES ON MONEY THAT WE AS A CITY SPEND SO DIRECT OR INDIRECT WAY IT WOULD BE DIFFERENT PROPORTIONS RIGHT. WELL I DON’T KNOW BUT IT WOULD BE DIFFERENT PROPORTIONS BECAUSE THESE PERCENTAGES REPRESENT THE DOLLAR AMOUNTS THAT WE SPANNED FROM THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND ROBOT BUT ONLY PURPOSE IS TO IGNORE THE SARIS IGNORES MONEY WE SPEND IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS ON HEALTH AND WELL BEING. YES BECAUSE THIS JUST REPRESENTS THE HUMAN SERVICES DEPARTMENT YESTERDAY TRYING AND YET THAT THIS LIGHT HERE’S THE ONE THAT REALLY HELPED ME OUT I THINK IT’S THE NEXT SLIDE ACTUALLY AFTER THIS ON BECAUSE IT HAS IT ALL LAID OUT THERE WHAT IT SAYS IS HEALTH AND WELLBEING IS ALMOST ALL FUNDED BY GIVING GRANTS IS THAT CORRECTS RE WRITE AND SO MARTA PART DON’T HAVE A LOT OF SALARY CITY SOUR DIRECT CITY SALARY IN THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING SLICE WHICH IS ONE THAT I’M A LITTLE BIT CONCERNED ABOUT IN PARTICULAR BECAUSE THE CHANGE IN FUNDING WOULD IMPACT LARGELY IF I UNDERSTAND CORRECTLY LARGELY MIDDLE HEALTH SERVICES AND SOMEWHAT PHYSICAL HEALTH AND PHYSICAL HEALTH SURVEYS YES SO ONE OF THE CHALLENGES I HAVE WITH THAT IS. DON’T PEOPLE WHO ARE EITHER ON THE VERGE OF HOMELESSNESS OR IN HOMELESSNESS OFTEN USE THE MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES YES OK SO YOU KNOW WAY IT IS ARBITRARY BUCKETS AND I GUESS THAT’S MY BIG CONCERN IS THAT’S WHERE THE BIG CUTS WOULD COME IS IN PARTICULARLY MIDDLE HEALTH SERVICES BUT TO SOME EXTENT PHYSICAL HEALTH SERVICE I JUST SAW A FLAG IT AND IT TALKS IS GOING TO COME OUT GRANTS. SO THAT’S THE REASON THAT PREVIOUS SLIDE IS INTERESTING THAT THE SLIDE WHERE YOU TALK ABOUT HOW MUCH HUMAN SERVICES FUNDS ARE GOING TO CHANGE BECAUSE THAT THAT IS REALLY FOCUS ON HEALTH AND WILL BE SOMEWHAT YOU GO TO THIS NEXT SLIDE. NO ONE IN WEST LET HER FINISH AND GIVE YOUR RATIONALE AND THEN WILL DISSECT A SOUL SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THIS CHART YOU LOOKING AT WHAT IS CURRENT IN THESE DIFFERENT BUCKETS AND THEN WHAT WOULD BE PROPOSED SO YOU CAN SEE THAT DIFFERENCE SO YOU CAN SEE ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE. THERE WILL BE AN INCREASE IN THE FUNDING THAT WOULD BE GOING TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE THERE WOULD BE VIRTUALLY NO CHANGE TO A GOOD START. VIRTUALLY NO CHANGE TO AGING WELL HAVE THE WELL BEING WOULD SEE A REDUCED AMOUNTS AND THERE WOULD BE VIRTUALLY NO CHANGE TO HOMELESSNESS. SO LET ME SAY SOMETHING ABOUT THESE BUCKETS BECAUSE I THINK IT MIGHT GET AT WHAT THE CONCERN AND DID THAT HAPPEN TO TALK ABOUT INCLUSIVE WELCOMING IN AND JUST A MINUTE. SO IS SO A GOOD EXAMPLE IN THE UM HOMELESSNESS BUCKET. THERE IS THE FUR SUBSIDIES RENTAL PREVENTION OF HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION RENTAL SUBSIDIES PART OF THAT PROGRAM WHICH HAS HISTORICALLY VERY GOOD OUTCOMES. THE DATA DRIVEN OUTCOMES. THE PROGRAM IS FOCUSED ON MORE UPSTREAM PREVENTION AND INTEGRATED SERVICES ONE OF THOSE SERVICES THAT THEY ARE PROVIDING AS PER THE RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM AROUND HEALTH PREVENTION IS REQUIRED DENTAL SCREENINGS FOR CHILDREN SO THERE YOU SEE THAT AGAIN IN THE HOMELESSNESS PREVENTION THERE COULD BE A WAY FOR OUR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS TO ACTUALLY PARTNER WITH OTHER PROVIDERS IN SOME OF THESE OTHER BUCKETS THAT IS STILL PROVIDING THE SERVICES BUT BETTER INTEGRATING THOSE SERVICES MORE AND OTHER COOL AREAS. ANOTHER EXAMPLE FOR IT FOR EXAMPLE A GOOD STAR IS IN OUR FAMILY RESOURCE SCHOOLS PROGRAM. WE WE ALSO PROVIDE DENTAL SCREENINGS BE GIVE THEM BRING DENTAL AID INTO DENTAL SCREENINGS IN THAT PROGRAM SO SO I THINK WE COULD THINK OF THESE BUCKETS IS A LITTLE MORE MALLEABLE WHEN PEOPLE BRING PROPOSALS FOR WORDS THAT ARE MORE COLLABORATIVE AROUND WRAPAROUND SERVICES TO MEET A PARTICULAR GOAL SO WHEN WE SAY WE’RE CUTTING FUNDING TO HEALTH AND WELLBEING. THAT’S NOT NECESSARILY THE CASE OUR HEALTH SERVICES COULD BE PARTNERED WITH SOME OF THESE OTHER COOL AREAS OR EVEN IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS WHERE WE ARE ACTUALLY ADVANCING OF GOLDING FOR EXAMPLE GOOD START TO REDUCING NON ACADEMIC BARRIERS SUCH AS DENTAL SCREENINGS OR LACK OF ACCESS TO PRIMARY CARE SO SO SWEET SO THAT’S JUST ANOTHER WAY OF THINKING OF IT AND I THINK ANOTHER WAY OF THINKING OF IT AS AN OPTION AROUND THE NARROW AND DEEP DISCUSSION RATHER THAN A LITTLE BIT ALL ACROSS THE BOARD WHICH IS NOT GOING TO MOVE THE NEEDLE IN AREAS YOU MAY WANT TO MOVE THE NEEDLE WOULD BE TO LOOK AT THESE AREAS EACH ONE OF THESE AREAS AS IMPORTANT EQUALLY IMPORTANT AND THAT ONE DEEP DIVE ON ONE PARTICULAR FOCUS IN EACH ONE SO FOR EXAMPLE GOOD START MAYBE IT WOULD BE CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES AND THAT’S IT. OR MAYBE IT WOULD BE A COUPLE OF AREAS UNDER A JEAN WELL MAYBE THERE’D BE A VERY PARTICULAR FOCUS AREA UNDER HEALTH AND WELLBEING THE SAME THING. SO BEST JUST ANOTHER WAY OF LOOKING AT THE DEEP DIVE AND I THINK SOMEONE MENTION THIS WITHOUT MAKING A LARGE SHIFT IN RESOURCES FROM ONE AREA TO ANOTHER DISK YEARS FOR PRAYER BECAUSE WE HAVE A BUNCH OF QUESTIONS SO WELCOMING AND INCLUSIVE SO IT’S ALL WELCOMING INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY OF FARMS THAT WE GIVE OUT TO THE COMMUNITY AND THIS AREA SO YOU’LL SEE THAT LITTLE SALMON COLORED PIECE UNDER FUNDING. THAT’S THE HRC FUNDING TO THE COMMUNITY IT’S ONLY ABOUT THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS TO COMMUNITY AGENCIES TO SUSPEND AND COMMUNITY CULTURAL EVENTS AND IMPACT GRANTS TO THE COMMUNITY. THE BLUE PART IS DIRECT SERVICES AND OUR OFFICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS COMMUNITY RELATIONS FIRM AND THOSE TYPES OF PROGRAMS THE FUNDING ASSOCIATED WITH INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING COMMITTEE IS NOT PART OF THE HUMAN SERVICES FUN THAT IS ALLOCATED TO ROOM. THE HRC TO GIVE THOSE GRANTS OUT SO SO WELCOMING INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY. THE HRC IS DEVELOPING A WORK PLAN RELATED TO THIS AND THAT WORK PLAN AND RESOURCES NEEDED FOR THAT WORK PLAN WILL BE COMING FORWARD IN MAY ALSO AFTER COUNCIL SEES THE RESULTS OF THE COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS ASSESSMENT SAFE AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY. THAT’S COMING TO YOU AND MADE THIRTIETH SO THE DEPARTMENT AND THE HRC WILL BE DEVELOPING A WORK PLAN AROUND SAFER MORE INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY AT THAT TIME SO THAT’S WHY YOU’RE NOT SEEING PROPOSED FUNDING THERE BECAUSE IT’S NOT PART OF THESE FUNDING STREAMS BUT IT IS PART OF OUR OVERALL DEPARTMENT WILL CLOSE DUE TO THE END OF THIS. O CARES HOW MANY PEOPLE INTO QUESTION FOR THE SLIDE SO JUST DEAL WITH THEM NOW OR YOU CAN REALLY ADD ON SECTION WHERE WE’RE GETTING CLOSE. THE END OF THE SECTION AND NOT OPINIONS BUT DO PEOPLE OF CLARIFYING QUESTIONS ABOUT THAT SLIGHT AIR AND AT EIGHTH. SO ONE WOULD KNOW THAT IN TERMS OF THINKING ABOUT YOU KNOW THAT THERE’S GOING TO CHANGE IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR A NUMBER OF THINGS INCLUDING ONE IN PARTICULAR COMES TO MIND IS WOMEN’S HEALTH SERVICES AND HOW HOW TO AN OBVIOUSLY THERE’S AN ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE TIE IN THERE AND MAYBE THAT’S WHERE THAT’S INCORPORATED BUT HOW DO YOU ADD IN THE MIST IN THE PACKET BUT I DIDN’T SEE MUCH DISCUSSION OF THAT AND I AS I UNDERSTAND THERE’S A HUGE CONCERN THAT A LOT OF FUNDING IS GOING TO BE CUT THERE. YES ABSOLUTELY AND IT IS A CONCERN BECAUSE WE DON’T KNOW WHAT’S GONNA HAPPEN WITH FEDERAL POLICY. I MEAN SOME GAINS WERE MADE UNDER THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT IN THE EXPANSION OF MEDICAID BUT THERE WERE STILL SOME PRETTY SIGNIFICANT GAPS PARTICULARLY IN THE AFFORDABILITY OF PLANTS AND HIGH DEDUCTIBLES IN THAT TYPE OF THING. SO YES THAT’S A IT’S A SIGNIFICANT CONCERN AND IF THE PIE STAYS THE SAME SIZE RIGHT. IF THE PIE STAYS THE SAME SIZE ANOTHER OPTION IS THAT WE COULD CONTINUE FUNDING THE COMMUNITY THE WAY WE HAVE IN THE PAST BUT THAT WAS NOT COUNCIL’S DIRECTION TO US PREVIOUSLY. SO IF THE PIE STAYS THE SAME. THERE’S HUGE PRESSURES ON ALL OF THESE AREAS AND AMMON AND I WILL SHOW YOU A SLIDE IN JUST A MINUTE AROUND THAT THE GAP IN BUYING POWER FOR THE FONT BUT YES YES ABSOLUTELY SO IT IS A VERY DIFFICULT CHOICE SO WE COULD REDUCE ZOMG IF WE REALLY WANT HER TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE GROWING ECONOMIC GAP IN OUR COMMUNITY UM AND BUT THE MORE RESOURCES TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN POVERTY REDUCTION WE COULD TAKE IT FROM ANY ONE OF THESE AREAS WHICH ARE CRITICALLY IMPORTANT OR THE ONLY OTHER OPTION IS TO PUT NEW RESOURCES INTO THE POT SO SO SO WHAT WERE TRYING TO ACCOMPLISH HERE IS REALLY FOCUSING ON SOMETHING THAT IS A POOR DRIVER OF THE INTERGENERATIONAL POVERTY LACK OF EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS COM INTERFACE WITH PUBLIC SERVICE IS REALLY TRYING TO DRIVE MORE RESOURCES THERE WHEN THERE’S NOT A LOT OF CHOICES TO SHIFT RESOURCES AROUND SO WHEN YOU LOOK AT THIS CHART AND YOU CAN SEE COMPARE THE CURRENT TO THE RECOMMENDED AND YOU LOOK AT WHERE HEALTH AND WELLBEING IS UNDER RECOMMENDED IT’S IT’S KIND OF GETTING IN THE LINE THAT WAS SOME OF THESE OTHER REALLY IMPORTANT ISSUE AREAS LIKE SOME GOOD STUFF BUT GOOD START WHICH IS ALSO A FUNDAMENTAL DRIVER FOR LIFELONG EARNINGS IN LIFELONG SUCCESS FOR KIDS TO HAVE A GOOD START IN SCHOOL. AGING WELL I MEAN IF YOU LOOK AT THE RECOMMENDED ITS KAYAK ITS LINING UP NOW IF YOU THINK AFTER MY BABY IS MORE IMPORTANT OR EQUALLY IMPORTANT THAT WERE STILL LOOKING AT A SHIFT BECAUSE RIGHT NOW IN THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND HEALTH AND WELLBEING IS FIFTY PERCENT OF THE TOTAL PIE SO I JUST I’M JUST TRYING TO POINT THAT A SECTION I STILL HAVE ANOTHER ONE AND AM IN THAT IS FROM THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING STANDPOINT TOO AND YOU MAY HAVE TO ADDRESS IS HERE BUT AT SOME POINT OBVIOUSLY PART OF THE FUNDS FROM FROM THE CANNABIS SALES AND WHATNOT WERE SUPPOSED TO GO TOWARDS HEALTH EDUCATION AND THINGS LIKE THAT SO I’D LIKE TO KNOW HOW THAT PLAYS AND THIS IS WELL YES SO EAT SO THAT’S UP THERE YOU CAN SEE THAT SO ON THIS AND THIS CHART THE BEIGE UNDER HEALTH AND WELLBEING THAT BEIGE PIECE. JUSTIN IS THE I M J TAX DOLLARS AND IT’S AN EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM YES THAT SAYS SUBSTANCE USE PREVENTION AND EDUCATION IS NOT THE SUGARY DRINK SUGARY DRINKS THAT IN THERE YET WE HAVE GOT TO SUGARY DRINK IT OK OK OK OK WHERE FRANK QUESTION OR AN OPINION THOUGH I’M STILL NOT CLEAR IT CAN YOU GO BACK TO THE UN INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING. HE STATED SOMETHING LIKE THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS COMES OUT THROUGH THE HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION. WHAT’S THIS OTHER MANY USE FOR THE BLUE. WHAT IS SAY IS FALSE OR DIRECT SERVICES TO OPERATE THUS OUR OFFICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT OF OUR FAILURE TO PAY WAGES ORDNANCE ARE HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE TO A MEDIATION PROGRAM LANDLORD TENANT MEDIATION IN THOSE TYPES OF PROGRAMS FIRMS ARE IN THAT INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING IN THE BLUE THOSE ARE DIRECT SERVICE IS NOT FUNDING WE PROVIDE TO THE COMMUNITY THOSE ARE SERVICES WE PROVIDE TO THE CONSOLE SOMEBODY HAS AN ISSUE THEY CALL IT THE CITY AND THEN YOU PUT EFFORT IN TO THAT ISSUE. YES THAT’S RIGHT IT WOULD BE HELPFUL TO JUST HAVE THAT BROKEN OUT TO SEE HOW THAT WORKS FOR INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING ROOM WHEN DO WE CAN DO THAT VERY QUOTE CLARIFY YES SO CARING IF I’M UNDERSTANDING CORRECTLY YOU WITH AN EMPHASIS ON ECONOMIC ECONOMIC MOBILITY RESILIENCE BUT POTENTIALLY HAVE A PROPOSAL COMMAND FOR PROVIDING NUTRITION CLASSES FOR EXAMPLE THAT COULD FALL AND OR RESILIENCE WHICH WHICH AS YOU WOULD TYPICALLY THINK ABOUT IT AND HEALTH AND WELLBEING BUT IT COULD BE RESILIENCE SURE I MEAN HE YOU KNOW THE COLLABORATIVE PROPOSAL THAT IS SUBMITTED THAT ADDRESSES AM JUST TRYING TO THINK OF WHAT IT WOULD LOOK LIKE WHERE THERE’S A SUITE OF SERVICES THAT ARE RELATED TO REDUCING ECONOMIC BARRIERS TO ADVANCEMENT AND MAYBE SOME OF THOSE COULD BE HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS COULD BE NUTRITION CLASSES COULD BE IN DENTAL SCREENINGS AS PART OF A SUITE OF SERVICES THERE ARE SUPPORTING A PARTICULAR FAMILY. IN ADDITION TO SOME FOCUS ON ECONOMIC MOBILITY. MAYBE EMPLOYMENT TRAINING JOB TRAINING OR RETRAINING THEM SO WITH THE FAA EDGE RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM IS THAT’S ONE TIME FUNDS. YES WITH THAT BECOMING DOCTORS AND THE BUDGET. YES OK WELL SO THAT’S GOING TO BE UP FOR RENEWAL AND BE PART OF YES WE WILL BE ASKING FOR THAT TO BE IS THE IMPLIED BECAUSE IT’S IN THE RECOMMENDED TWO. YAYY OKAY PEOPLE. OK WE’RE GOING TO KEEP GOING. SO JUST VERY QUICKLY THIS IS WHAT’S THE ACTUAL DOLLAR AMOUNTS WOULD LOOK LIKE IF THEY SHIFTED ACROSS A FIVE YEAR SAME THING THE BARS AT THE SAME THING. IT’S THE SAME THING SO COMMUNITY FOR FUNDING ISSUES AND RESOURCES TO THE COMMUNITY WE’VE ALREADY TALKED ABOUT THESE TALKED ABOUT ALL OF THEM REALLY EXCEPT BY POOR LAD OF COMMUNITY NEEDS AND DEMANDS NONE OF THE PROGRAMS THAT WE FIND IN ANY OF THESE AREAS ARE DISCRETIONARY TYPE PROGRAMS THEY ALL THEY ALL ARE PROVIDING SOME CORE CRITICAL BENEFIT TO THE COMMUNITY SO THERE’S HIGH CAP PETITION FOR LIMITED RESOURCES FOR ALL OF THESE VERY IMPORTANT SERVICES BUYING POWER FOR COMMUNITY FUNDING PORTION OF RESOURCES THAT ARE GOING OUT HAS DECLINED SO THIS IS THE BUYING POWER BASED ON THE CITY’S CPI INDEX THAT’S CALCULATED EACH YEAR FROM TWO THOUSAND WON FOR THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND SO THE BUYING POWER IN TODAY’S DOLLARS IS ONE POINT FOUR NINE ZERO MILLION AND THE FUND IS TWO POINT ONE ZERO SIX IN OVERTIME. YES SO THE FUND HAS NOT HAS NOT HAD ANY GENERAL FUND INCREASES SINCE TWO THOUSAND AND NINE WHEN QUESTION HE’LL QUIT SHARE AND IN TWO THOUSAND I MET THE BALLOT INITIATIVE THE POINT ONE FIVE DEDICATED SALES TAX THAT FUNDED THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND BECAME A NEAR MARKHAM PART OF THE GENERAL FUND PRIOR TO THAT THE CITY BUDGETED CONSERVATIVELY SO WHEN WE BUDGETED FOR WHAT WE THOUGHT WOULD BE COMING INTO THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND FROM THE POINT ONE FIVE SALES TAX OFTEN WE UNDER BUDGETED AN ADDITIONAL REVENUE WOULD COME IN TOWARD THE END OF THE YEAR THAT WE WOULD BE ABLE TO GET OUT TO THE COMMUNITY. SO SOMETIMES THERE IS EXTRA MONEY AND SOMETIMES THE RESIN BUT SINCE TWO THOUSAND AND NINE BASICALLY THERE HAS NOT BANNED ADDITIONAL FUNDING COME. SO THIS GAP YOU SEE THIS GAP BETWEEN CURRENT BUYING POWER TODAY AND I BUT THE FUND AMOUNT IS EIGHT CLARIFYING QUESTIONS BOB MARY WHY WHY WHY WE’VE BEEN FLAT LINED SINCE TWO THOUSAND AND NINE AND ACTUALLY DECLINE IN CPI BASIS THAT IT IS A QUESTION FOR PEOPLE OF ANOTHER CONSULATE ON THE WHY WHY WHY HAVE WE FLAT LINED WHEN OTHER BECAUSE WE’RE WAITING FOR NEW HUMAN SERVICES STRATEGY. O OK HERE IS THE OK WELL THIS YEAR THE STRESS FACTORS WELL YEAH I WAS. WE’VE STOPPED SHOWING YOU IN THAN THE OVERARCHING BUDGET. THE LOSS OF BUYING POWER BECAUSE YOU’VE HEARD IT OVER AND OVER AGAIN. SO OF THIS THERE’S A SIMILAR LOSS OF BUYING POWER IN ALL OF OUR GENERAL FUND DOLLARS AS WELL AND SO WE’VE BEEN WORKING TOWARD PROVIDING THE SERVICES THAT ARE THE HIGHEST PRIORITY TO THE COUNCIL AND AROUND TWO THOUSAND AND NINE WHEN THE COUNCIL STARTED TALKING ABOUT HUMAN SERVICES. THAT’S WHEN WE BEGAN TALKING ABOUT THE DEEP DIVE AND REALLY FOCUSING ON IMPACT AREAS AND SO INSTEAD OF JUST THROWING MONEY AT THE PROBLEM. WE ASK AARON TO START WORKING ON THE HUMAN SERVICES STRATEGY AND THERE IT STARTED IN EARNEST ABOUT THREE YEARS AGO AND WE ARE NOW AT A POINT WHERE FOR THE TWENTY EIGHTEEN BUDGET WE’RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO RECOMMEND SOMETHING THAT WILL EITHER BRING THE DOLLAR’S UP FARTHER THAN THE FOURTEEN NINETY THAT YOU SEE THEM BUYING POWER TO BE BUT WE DON’T WANT TO JUST PUT MONEY IN AN HOUR NO WORDS CAN GO AND THAT’S WHY WE’RE HERE TONIGHT IS WE WANT TO HEAR FROM THE CITY COUNCIL. WHAT ARE YOUR PRIORITIES DO YOU AGREE WITH THE PRIORITIES THAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT EITHER OTHER SIGNS LIKE THE SUGARY BEVERAGE FIND THAT WE’RE GOING TO BE TALKING ABOUT IN THAT I TRIED TO PRE SET SHADOW FOR YOU WITH THE COUNCIL MEETING LAST WEEK THAT WE CAN USE TO BRING THESE DOLLARS BACK UP SO WE’RE GETTING READY TO MAKE SOME CHANGES HERE BUT WE JUST NEED GUIDANCE THROUGH THE STRATEGY ABOUT WHERE TO GO TO SCORERS CHANGE YOU HAVE AN OIL OFF THE TOP HEAD INTO THE BUYING POWER. HOW WOULD THESE NUMBERS OVER THE PAST EIGHT OR NINE YEARS HAS FLAT LINED COMPARED TO THE GENERAL FUND AS A PERCENTAGE THAT WOULD BE A DECLINING SHARE OF THE GENERAL FUND. I DON’T KNOW THE ANSWER TO THAT JENNIFER HAS JEFF ANGST ON UP THE LEFT OF MY HEAD FOR A LATTE YEARS AND IT’S ACTUALLY BEEN SWITCHING A BIT THE LAST COUPLE YEARS WE’VE SEEN THE SAME TRUCK FOR THE GENERAL FUND RIDE WITH THE BYBEE AFFECT THE BUYING POWER IS WAY LOWER. IT HASN’T KEPT UP THE LAST COUPLE YEARS THAT BUYING POWER ACTUALLY HAS GONE UP. UM AND SO MAYBE NOW THAT THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND IS NOT QUITE TRACKING AND IT’S NOT IT’S NOT I GUESS THE THING I’D SAY IS AGAIN THIS IS JUST HUMAN SERVICES FUND SO THAT THE FAMOUS BLACK BAR THAT WAS UP BEFORE OF THE HALF A MILLION OR MILLION DOLLARS THAT WE PUT INTO HOMELESSNESS FROM ANOTHER FUND ISN’T CAPTURED HERE IT’S COOL HUMAN SERVICES. IF YOU CAPTURED IT. THEN THIS NUMBER WOULD GO UP A LOT IT’S I MEAN THIS IS ONE COMPONENT OF A MUCH BIGGER HOLE SORTS GET THE CONVERSATION WAY I HAVE TO GET A CLARIFYING QUESTION THE SAME AS BOB’S OK GET US TO THE QUESTION OK I ARE GETTING TO THE QUESTION SO THERE ARE SOME POSSIBILITIES YET TO CLOSE THIS GAP THAT WE JUST TALKED ABOUT SUGARY BEVERAGE TAX THIS IS ALSO TAX REVENUE THAT IS TARGETED TOWARD HEALTH INTERVENTION TREATMENT PROGRAMS HELP ATTENTION A WHOLE VARIETY OF AREAS THAT THAT WOULD BE APPROPRIATE FOR ADDITIONAL FUNDING IN THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING CATEGORY IN THE SAME WITH THE R M J TAX COULD BE FUNDING SOME MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ADDICTION TREATMENT SERVICES OR CLOSE THE GAP WITH THE INCREASE THE GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATION TO THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND. BUT THOSE ARE SOME POSSIBILITIES YET TO QUESTION TWO VERY CLEVER QUESTION ON RECREATIONAL MARIJUANA TAX FOR A WHILE NOW THAT’S BEEN TREATED AS ONE TIME INCOME RATE. HAVE WE GOTTEN TO THE POINT WHERE THAT IS NOW REPETITIVE INCOME OR I DON’T THINK THAT WE HAVE MADE THAT LEAP YET BUT THIS COULD BE A YEAR IN WHICH WE DO THAT. OF COURSE THE STATUS OF THE FEDERAL LEVEL MAY BE DIFFERENT THAN IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN A YEAR AGO AND SOUL WILL BE WORKING WITH THE BUDGET TEAM TO FIGURE THAT OUT OKAY BECAUSE THAT MEAN THAT WOULD BE VERY INTERESTING TO KNOW HOW MUCH THAT IS AND HOW MUCH YOU KNOW BOB WILL ALLOW US TO MOVE INTO RECURRING REVENUE IKE IKE BOB MIKE AND CHERYL TALLEY THE EYE JUST AS A REMINDER CHERYL THAT ELLIE IS OUR CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER AND SO SHE WILL BE MAKING THAT RECOMMENDATION CLARIFYING QUESTION. SO CAN HAVE UP THERE THAT THE SUGARY BEVERAGE TAX HEALTH INTERVENTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAMS THAT OBVIOUSLY THAT TAX WAS BROUGHT FORWARD BY THE COMMUNITY. I SHOULDNT THE COMMUNITY DECIDE AND TO WHAT EXTENT YOU KNOW DO WE WILL WE HAVE A SAY IN HOW IT ALL GOES. SHARON ON THE BALLOT LANGUAGE THERE IS IT WAS PRETTY BROAD BUT THERE WAS SPECIFIC MENTION OF HEALTH INTERVENTIONS TREATMENT PROGRAMS HEALTH PREVENTION WHOLE VARIETY OF OF WAYS THAT THIS SUGARY BEVERAGE TAX COULD BE COULD BE SPENT. SO IT’S JUST UP THERE AS AN OPTION BECAUSE WE IDENTIFY WHAT TO ANSWER THE QUESTION. OK ON TO THE COMMUNITY RIGHT FORWARD AND I DO THINK THAT SOME COMMUNITY MEMBERS THAT WERE SUPPORTIVE OF IT THOUGHT THAT THEY WERE SUBSET OF THEIR GROUP WAS GOING TO GET TO TELL THE CITY HOW THAT MONEY SHOULD BE SPENT HOWEVER THOSE DOLLARS ARE TAX REVENUES THAT COME INTO THE GENERAL FUND OF THE CITY AND SO THE COUNCIL WILL BE MAKING A POLICY DECISION ABOUT WHETHER YOU WANT TO USE THOSE DOLLARS TO ACHIEVE YOUR HIGHEST PRIORITIES AS YOU MAY ADOPT THEM UNDER THE HUMAN SERVICES STRATEGY OR OTHER ITEMS OR IF YOU WOULD RATHER GIVE THAT OPTION TO COMMUNITY GROUPS TO TELL YOU HOW THEY WANT YOU TO SPEND IT AND SO THAT’S GOING TO BE A DECISION FOR YOU TO MAKE LATER IN THE YEAR JUST AS CITY MANAGER I’M GOING TO RECOMMEND THAT THE COUNCIL USE THOSE REVENUES FOR THE PURPOSES FOR WHICH THEY WERE PASSED BY OUR VOTERS BUT THAT THEY ARE DRIVEN TOWARD THE POLICIES THAT YOU ADOPT IN THE HUMAN SERVICES STRATEGY BUT YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENT DECISION OR WE GET TO THE BUDGET TIME THEN THAT WILL BE THE TIME FOR YOU TO TALK ABOUT THAT AND MY DAD MIGHT NOT NECESSARILY HAVE TO BE EITHER OR THE FUNDING COULD BE FOR CITY PROGRAMS AND COMMUNITY BASED HE SAID A QUICK QUESTION ABOUT THE MARIJUANA TAX A SUBSET OF THAT I CAN’T REMEMBER IF IT WAS A CERTAIN AMOUNT A YEAR GOES TO THE DRUG EDUCATION RIGHT THEN THAT THERE’S MORE THAN THAT AND I’M JUST CURIOUS. WE HAVE A ROUGH SENSE I HAVE. I DON’T I DON’T KNOW WHY BUT IT SHALL REST OF THE MOUNTAINS THAT WE CAN FIND OUT WE CAN DO WHAT WE SAID WE NEEDED TO ADD THAT PLUS THERE’S PLENTY OVER FOR MORE STUFF THAT I WILL HAVE THE BUDGET DEPARTMENT THE FINANCE DEPARTMENT TAKE A LOOK AT THE DOLLARS THAT WE GET IN KEEPING THE TWO HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS SEPARATE AND ALSO HOW MUCH IT COST TO RUN THEIR PROGRAM BECAUSE AS YOU KNOW THERE’S A LOT OF INSPECTIONS ENFORCEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH IT AND THEN WE CAN PROVIDE THE INFORMATION OF ANY OVER OVER INCH SO TO SPEAK AND WHERE TO DRIVE THOSE DOLLARS WILL BE A DECISION FOR COUNCIL BUT THIS IMPLIES THERE WOULD BE OVERAGE BECAUSE YOU PUT METAL HEALTH NEXT TO IT THAT SO THAT WAS RIGHT THAT HAS YET TO SEE APPLICATIONS RIGHT AND I MIGHT JUST ADD THIS GAP REPRESENTS ABOUT THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS THE CPI BUT I DON’T UNDERSTAND THE MATH ON THAT NUMBER. YES I’M SORRY YES SIX HUNDRED S OKAY ALRIGHT SO OUR KEY COMMUNITY FUNDING RECOMMENDATIONS ALLOCATE FUNDING FOR HER SERVICES FUND ACCORDING TO THE SCHOOLS AND FOCUS AREAS SHIFT SOME FUNDING TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE TO ABOUT THIRTY PERCENT OF THE FUND OVER FIVE YEAR PERIOD AND ALSO SOME SOME CHANGES WERE RECOMMENDING A MORE ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES ALLOW LONGER GRANT CYCLES STOP TODAY IN ANNUAL GRANTS CYCLE IN PARTICULAR SINCE WE’RE ASKING OUR COMMUNITY AGENCIES TO LOOK MORE TOWARD LONG TERM OUTCOMES THERE WE’RE LOOKING TO THREE TO FIVE YEAR FUNDING AND WHEN YOU LOOK AT THE AGENCIES THAT WE FUN WE’VE BEEN FUNDING THEM FOR TWENTY THIRTY YEARS SO IT DOESN’T MAKE SENSE TO HAVE THE ADMINISTRATIVE BURDEN FOR AGENCIES OR FOR STAFF TO BE GOING THROUGH ANNUAL FUNDING CYCLES ALLOW ALL OUR AGENCIES TO USE SOME OF A SPECIFIED AMOUNT OF RESOURCES TO A DATA COLLECTION AND EVALUATION AND SUPPORT INNOVATIVE COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATIVE PILOT PLANTS IN THE COMMUNITY SO THOSE ARE OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS THAT WERE MAKING SO GOOD SO I’M GOING TO GO BACK TO THE RECOMMENDATIONS IT WILL START WITH EASY PART THREE YES THEY ACTUALLY LET’S NOT GO FOR JUST THAT THE ARTS GRANTS HAVE MOVED TO A LONGER TERM GRANTS AND THERE HAS TO HAVE BEEN SOME DIFFICULTIES WITH THOSE BECAUSE THERE’S THIS ALL OR NOTHING SITUATION INSTEAD OF HAVING WELL WE DIDN’T GET ANYTHING THIS YEAR WILL GET A CRACK AT IT NEXT YEAR THAT ARE OUT IN THE COLD FOR THREE TO FIVE YEARS SO I’M A TEAM SHOULDN’T DO IT BUT I THINK YOU NEED TO THINK CAREFULLY ABOUT THAT AND HOW THAT WORKS AND THE LIKE WITH ARTS GRANTS WE HAD SOME KEY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS THAT WEREN’T FUNDED IN HALF CHANCE AT IT FOR YEARS. A FAVORITE SPORT BUT CITY AND IMPACT THEIR ABILITY TO GET THEIR MISSION DONE SO THERE’S SOME BALANCING THE HAVE TO DO WITH THAT SAID SWIMMING TREE THINK ABOUT RIGHT NOW IS ALWAYS THE OPPORTUNITY TO HOLD BACK SOME FUNDING SO THAT TO GET SOMEONE INTO THE FUND ROUND WHO WOULDN’T HAVE HAD AN OPPORTUNITY ARE THOUGHT TO NUMBER THREE. IF THERE ARE NUMBER THREE I THINK YOU SHOULD HOWEVER THAT NUMBER TWO ON TO DESSERT JUST THAT WHICH DISPENSE WITH THAT. IF THAT COVERS PEOPLE STINKY ON NUMBER THREE GOING TO TALK OF NUMBER TO A LOT SO I’M OKAY WITH NUMBER THREE. UM BUT I AGREE ABOUT THINKING ABOUT CAN YOU STAGGER IT IS OR SOME WAY THAT YOU CAN DO SOMETHING INTERESTING SO THEIR TWO YEAR CYCLES BUT YOU PART OF THE MONEY FOR TWO YEARS ARE ALLOCATING AN AIRTEL GETTING NEXT YEAR’S BUDGET BUT STILL IN ALL IT ALLOWS YOU TO GO TO THAT LONGER GRANT CYCLE BUT STILL HAVE A GRANT EVERY YEAR OR TWO. SO ANYWAY I SUPPORTED BUT ALSO AGREE WITH WHAT AARON SAID YOU IS THAT MOST PEOPLE NOT ON THAT OK AT HER DANCE NUMBER TWO WITHOUT A COMPANION RECOMMENDATION FROM YOU MAYBE YOU’RE NOT GOING TO MAKE IT A NIGHT TO INCREASE THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND IF YOU WERE RECOMMENDING WHICH I GUESS ARE NOT INCREASING HUMAN SERVICES FIND ABILITIES OR DANCE OR NUMBER TWO BUT IF YOU’RE SAYING THE PIE DOESN’T GET ANY BIGGER AND YOU’RE HAPPY WITH THE PIE THEN I GUESS WE’RE HAPPY WITH THE PIE RECOMMENDING THAT THE PIE GET BASICALLY MAKE A RECOMMENDATION TONIGHT AND MY SOUP I KNOW NO POSTS WE HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE BUDGET PROCESS AND YOU HAVEN’T SEEN ALL OF THE OTHER THINGS THAT COULD COME FORWARD IN THE BUDGET PROCESS. SO TONIGHT THE COUNCIL SAID. WE WHINE SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS OR HALF A MILLION MORE DOLLARS TO GO TO THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND. YOU DON’T KNOW TODAY WHERE YOU’RE TAKING THAT MONEY FROM BUT AT THE SAME PROBLEM JANE CAN THE OTHER DIRECTION I CAN ANSWER NUMBER TWO WITHOUT KNOWING THE BIG BIAS WHICH IS WHICH IS SHOULD THE STORE THAT BUYS ME THIS BIG OR BIGGER PEICES I DON’T SEE IT BIGGER SMALLER SEE THE SAME SAUL. IF YOU CAN ANSWER THAT I CAN ANSWER NUMBER TWO WE CAN GET CONTINUING GUIDANCE WHICH IS NORMAL I THINK THE DEAL AS STAFF IS TRYING TO MOVE TOWARD SOME PRIORITIZATION WE THE PREVIOUS COUNCIL DID SAY HEY WHAT’S NOT JUST BE DOING THIS WILLINGLY ADD SOME DO SOME DEEP THINKING AND COME BACK TO US AND THEY HAVE. I DO THINK WE CAN SAY HEY WE’D LIKE TO SEE AN OVERALL INCREASE. THIS MOVE AND WOULD FEEL BETTER ABOUT THIS MOVE EVEN THOUGH WE THINK IS A PRIORITY IF WE KNEW THAT WE WOULDN’T CONTINUE ROBBING PETER TO PAY PAUL THAT THE KIDS FOR GUIDES HIM TO WIT TO THE BUDGET PROCESS WILL BRING BACK SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS ABOUT VARIOUS INCREASES TOO. FOR EXAMPLE TO THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND PLUS EXTENDING THE FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM AND MAYBE EXTENDING SOME OF OUR OTHER SUBSIDY PROGRAMS. SO GIVE ME A LOT OF PEOPLE HERE HAVE BEEN A COLLAR QUIT WITH THE EFFECTS OK SO WHEN ASKED A QUESTION THAT I’M HOPING GETS YOUR QUESTION WITH SO THE BUDGET SHOWN HERE’S FIVE POINT SEVEN MILLION DOLLARS TO GO ADD UP ALL SIX AREAS FIVE POINT SEVEN MILLION WHICH INCLUDES THEIR SERVICES IN THE MONEY WE GET OUT AND ALL THAT GOOD STUFF. SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS WHAT HAS THE HUMAN SERVICES BUDGET ALL AND THEN FOR EACH OF THE LAST THREE YEARS AS SOMETHING WE KNOW YES SEEING THE EVE OF DOLLAR AMOUNT THE JAM ROUGHLY I’M JUST CURIOUS WHICH WAY IS A MOVIE UP HAS MOVED DOWN FLAT. SAUL SOME EVEN TWO YEARS THE HUMAN SERVICES BUDGET WAS FLAT ALONG WITH THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND WHERE WE’VE SEEN INCREASES HAS BEEN THE LAST YEAR SO YOU APPROVED TWO POSITIONS ONE RELATED TO DATA ANALYTICS WHICH IS A BIG FOCUS FOR OUR STRATEGY IS TO DEVELOP METRICS OUTCOMES AND EVALUATION PLAN ACROSS THE BOARD. CU APPROVED A POSITION FOR THAT AND YOU APPROVED IN A HOMELESS SERVICES POSITION AS SOMEONE WHO’S GOING TO BE FOCUSING OUR R HOMELESSNESS INITIATIVES. THOSE WERE THE FIRST TWO FDA APPROVALS AND I DON’T KNOW FIFTEEN YEARS SO THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND HAS BEEN FLAT BUT FOR ALL OF THIS. THIS TIME EXCEPT FOR THE ADDITIONAL POINT ONE FIVE AM SELLS TAX REVENUE. SO IF YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT THREE YEARS YES WE’VE SEEN SOME INCREASES. YOU ALSO APPROVED OF THE FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM FOR AFTER THIS YEAR ONE TIME FUNDING AND THE EDGE FUNDING ONE TIME FUNDING BUT IF YOU’RE LOOKING AT A TEN YEAR FIFTEEN YEAR VIEW IT’S NOT REFLECTIVE OF THE LAST TWO YEARS. SO FIVE POINT SEVEN MILLION INCLUDES THESE TWO NEW LEFTIES AT THE REC SAY IT WOULD HAVE BEEN SOMEWHERE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF FIVE POINT FOUR OR FIVE POINT FIVE PRIOR LONG TIME OK SO IF WE WERE TO LOOK AT THE SAME KIND OF EROSION CHALLENGE WHERE THE VALUE OF THAT FIVE POINT FIVE MILLION HAS ERODED IF I WOULD USE THE SAME NUMBERS THAT YOU USE FOR YOUR HUMAN SERVICES FARM THAT WOULD MEAN THAT THE EQUIVALENT TODAY IS WORTH ABOUT FOUR MILLION DOLLARS OVER THAT SAME TIME PERIOD THAT YOU SHOWED SO THAT I JUST DID PROPORTIONS TO GET THERE SO THAT MEANS THAT WE’VE SEEN A SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN A YEAR AND THE VALUE THE BUYING POWER OF THE ENTIRE FUND. SO FORGET HAVE A NEW STRATEGY AND WE’RE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT A BUDGET. I’M GOING TO BE WANTING TO SAY HOW CAN WE BRING THE BUYING POWER UP TO WHAT IS HISTORICALLY BEEN OVER THE LAST TEN YEARS AND MY GUESS IS THAT WILL BE A COUPLE MILLION DOLLARS TO TALK ABOUT NYE KNOW THAT WE HAVE OTHER THINGS TO LOOK AT FULTON ALSO I DO WANT TO SAY SOMETHING WHILE THE STAFFING HAS REMAINED CONSISTENT EXCEPT FOR THE TWO NEW ONES AND SO THE SERVICES PROVIDED BY THOSE STAFF MEMBERS THE DIRECT SERVICES HAVE STAYED THE SAME. SO I’D JUST A WAY I WOULD DO MATH. I DON’T THINK YOU CAN TAKE THE WHOLE FIVE POINT SEVEN FIVE POINT FIVE MILLION AND SAY THAT HAS DETERIORATED BECAUSE THE SEGMENT OF IT THE DIRECT SERVICES SEGMENT HAS NOT DETERIORATED OVER TIME THAT THE COSTS COULD HAVE GONE UP SO IN OTHER WORDS IF SALARIES AND BENEFITS AND WHATEVER CHANGES SO IT’S NOT GOING TO BE EASY YOU KNOW THOSE ARE GOING TO BE A HUNDRED PERCENT THEY’RE GOING TO HAVE COST. ANYHOW THAT’S JUST MY WAY OF SAYING THAT I DO THINK THAT WE NEED TO BE CAREFUL. THIS EROSION DOESN’T CONTINUE AND IF THE WHOLE REASON FOR THE HUMAN SERVICES STRATEGY IS TO BE ABLE TO DO THAT AND I’M IN A STATE CONTINGENT ON THE ABILITY OF US TO ADJUST THAT I WOULD SUPPORT NUMBER TWO BUT NOT AT THE EXPENSE OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS. MAYBE SOME EXPENSE BUT REALLY I THINK WE DON’T WANT TO HAVE HAPPEN IS MIDDLE HEALTH SERVICES WHICH ARE LARGELY PROVIDED TO PEOPLE WHO ARE IN GREAT NEED OF SUPPORT FOR PHYSICAL HEALTH SERVICES GET REALLY ERODED BECAUSE WE’RE JUST ALLOWING THE BIG PICTURE TO GET WORSE AND THEN WE’RE HAVING TO RE ALLOCATE AROUND THAT SO I GUESS THEY GO OK WE HAVE MARY AND LISA. SO I’M OKAY WITH NUMBER TWO AND I AGREE HE UM MOSTLY WITH WHAT AH WHAT SAM HAS BEEN OVER BUT THE THING THAT WE HAVEN’T REALLY CONSIDERED IS HOW WE WOULD WE BE ABLE TO TAKE THE MARIJUANA MONEY AND THE SUGARY BEVERAGE MOM TO MAKE UP THAT DIFFERENCE IN WHICH CASE YOU KNOW THAT THE PICTURE ISN’T AS AS DARK AS IT’S BEING PAINTED RIGHT NOW IF WE DO THAT SO FOR THOSE FOR THAT REASON I’M OKAY WITH NUMBER TWO I’M NOT OKAY WITH NUMBER TWO I THINK THAT SAM IS A GREAT POINT EARLIER WHICH AS YOU CAN DO A DEEP DIVE WITHOUT DOING A DEEP DIVE ON A SUBJECT AREA YOU CAN. YOU CAN SORT OF WAY THAT WITHIN A SUBJECT HERE YOU CAN. YOU CAN GO DEEP WITH A SPECIFIC PROGRAM ENTITY WHATNOT AND ACCOMPLISH YOUR GOALS BUT I JUST TOLD I’M NOT SEEING THE JUSTIFICATION OF OF OF OF HARMING ANOTHER AREA TYPICALLY WEAR AND I DON’T THINK THIS IDEA THAT WELL IF WE INCREASE THE BUDGET IT’S OKAY. THE FACT IS THAT OUR BUYING POWER IN ALL THESE AREAS HAS DECLINED SO IF WE INCREASE THE BUDGET AND WE SHIFTED TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE HEALTH IS STILL LOST A TREMENDOUS AMOUNT ALREADY AND WE’RE NOT GAINING ANY RECOVERY AND SO TO ME I TO DATE HAVING THEM AGAIN WHEN A VACUUM HERE WE’RE TALKING REALLY BROAD STROKES WE HAVEN’T GONE INTO DETAIL BUT I’M NOT COMFORTABLE WITHOUT MORE DETAIL UNDERSTANDING HOW WE’RE GOING TO BENEFIT THE ONE SUBJECT AREA FOR EXAMPLE THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING SO SOME MAY POINT OUT TOO IF IF WE JUST DID A DEEPER DIVE INTO EACH AREA AND REALLY HAD A FOCUS IN EACH AREA WE WOULD ALSO BE CUTTING PROGRAMS AND SERVICES FROM AGENCIES SO SO SO EITHER WAY EITHER ONE OF THOSE OPTIONS WERE GOING TO BE FOCUSSING IN A MORE LIMITED WAY AND NOT FINDING EVERYTHING THAT WE’RE FUNDING NOW UNLESS WE MAKE A DECISION THAT WILL I CONTINUE FINDING ALL THE TYPES OF PROGRAMS AND SERVICES THAT WERE FUNDING TODAY I CERTAINLY UNDERSTAND THE IDEA THAT HER CHOICES YOU CAN HAVE TEA MADE WHAT WHAT’S NOT APPARENT TO ME IS WHY HEALTH GETS CUT IN EXCHANGE EFFECTIVELY FOR FOR ECONOMIC MOBILITY PARTICULARLY IN LIGHT OF WHERE WHERE I THINK THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS GOING RIGHT NOW. YEAH ABSOLUTELY IT’S A IT’S A IT’S A SIGNIFICANT CONCERN TO A MORE CORE ISSUE FOR GETTING PEOPLE TO WARRANT HIGHER LIFELONG EARNINGS NOT HAVING TO RELY ON PUBLIC SUBSIDIES GENERAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING SO THEY DON’T NEED THOSE SERVICES IS TO IMPROVE THEIR ECONOMIC CONDITION THAT’S NOT TO SAY HEALTH AND WELL BEING A GOOD STARTER AGED WELL OR ANY OF THOSE AREAS ARE CRITICALLY IMPORTANT TOO BUT POVERTY IS A FUNDAMENTAL DRIVER OF ALL KINDS OF SOCIAL WELFARE ISSUES AND WE PUT A PALTRY AMOUNT OF FUNDING INTO THAT RIGHT NOW SO SO IF WE ARE EXPANDING THE PIE WE COULD SIMPLY SAY WE’RE GOING TO EXPAND THE PIE AND ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE AND YET NOT HAVE TO COME AT THE EXPENSE OF SOME OF THESE OTHER REALLY IMPORTANT CRITICAL AREAS BUT RIGHT NOW FIFTY PERCENT OF ALL OF OUR COMMUNITY FUNDING THROUGH THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND IS GOING TO HEALTH AND WELLBEING IT’S A REALLY BIG CHALK AND THEN WHEN YOU ADD ON OUR SUBSTANCE EDUCATION AND AWARENESS KRANTZ AND OUR CONTRACTS AND THE HEALTH FIELD. IT’S IT’S MUCH LARGER SO THIS IS IN NO WAY TO SAY I DON’T THINK HEALTH AND WELLBEING IS CRITICAL BECAUSE IT’S ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL THAT WE ARE WE IF THE PIES GONNA STAY THE SAME WE HAVE TO MAKE SOME CRITICAL CHOICES AND MAYBE THAT’S MAYBE WE WOULD CONTINUE FUNDING THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND IN THE AREAS THAT WE CURRENTLY DO AND NOT MAKE ANY CHANGES I I HAVE TO AGREE WITH BOB IN WITH ANDREW ON THIS I THINK UM IT DOESN’T TAKE A CRYSTAL BALL TO KNOW WHICH CAN HAPPEN IN AT THE FEDERAL LEVEL WITH REGARDS TO HEALTH INSURANCE HEALTH CARE WOMEN’S SERVICES AND MEDICAL AND DENTAL ISSUES AND IN YES MAN ALL IS PART OF IT THAT I WAS IMPRESSED BY THE SURVEY SAID. AND BY THE DEMOGRAPHICS AND DISPROPORTIONATELY OF KIND OF WHAT PEOPLE THOUGHT WAS REALLY IMPORTANT. I AM NOT CONVINCED THE SHIP FUNDING INTO ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE UNLESS I HAVE A LITTLE BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT ARE WE DOING AND I DON’T AT THIS POINT I ALSO THINK IN READING THE MEMO TONIGHT. ONE THING THAT BECAME VERY VERY CLEAR IS THAT LIVABLE WAGES ARE KEY TO EVERY BODY’S SURVIVAL AND I AM GOING TO BRING UP THE SELF SUFFICIENCY WAGES AND I ASSUME THIS IS NOT GOING TO COME FROM HUMAN SERVICES BUT I THINK UM PEOPLE WHO ARE WORKING FULL TIME JOB NEED TO EARN THE WAGES THAT THEY DESERVE. AND UNFORTUNATELY EVEN IN BOULDER COLORADO WE ARE PROVIDING THOSE NOT IN THE CITY AND NOT IN OUR PRIVATE BUSINESSES AND SO FROM MY PERSPECTIVE I’M NOT INTERESTED IN SHIFTING FUNDING TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE AT THIS POINT I MADE NEED TO KNOW A LOT MORE AND I GUESS I WOULD ALSO LIKE TO HAVE HIM COME BACK MAYBE IN AUGUST OR SEPTEMBER WHEN WE HAVE A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT THE FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION IS GOING TO DO AND I DON’T THINK ANY OF US HAVE MUCH OF A CLUE AS TO WHAT’S GOING TO COME DOWN THE PIKE FROM THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND HOW THAT CAN OFFEND AFFECT OUR CURRENT BUDGET. SO AARON LIKED WHAT I THOUGHT I’M INTERESTED WELL AND I SHARE MOST OF HIS GRIEF MISSED HIS POINTS IN JUST ONE THING I WANTED TO HIGHLIGHT IN TERMS OF THE DANGERS OF CUTTING BACK ON THE HEALTH OR WELLBEING SAID SEGMENT IS THE LARGE PROPORTION OF THAT THAT STUPID TO MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES WHICH I THINK ARE SOME OF THE MOST UNDERFUNDED AND UNDER PRIORITIZED SERVICES AND IN OUR SOCIETY SO WHY WOULD I WOULD HATE TO SEE THIS CUT. SO IF THE PIE STAYED THE SAME. I THINK THE CURRENT ALLOCATION MAKES A FAIR AMOUNT OF SENSE BUT I VERY MUCH WANT TO SEE A BIGGER PIE. WE’RE NOT DECIDING THAT IT’S PUT THAT OUT THERE IN THE NEXT BUDGET CYCLE. IT’S FOR ME A VERY HIGH PRIORITY TO INCREASE THESE DOLLAR AMOUNTS SUBSTANTIALLY SO WILL HAVE TO WEIGH THE VARIOUS PRIMARIES BUDGET CYCLE COMES AROUND I’M HOPEFUL THAT WE CAN REALLY INCREASE THESE NUMBERS IF WE INCREASE THE NUMBERS AND WE HAVE MORE FLEXIBILITY AND I WOULD CERTAINLY SUPPORT MORE THAN SIX OF NEW DOLLARS GOING TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE OF THE CAN BUMP UP GET SIGNIFICANT NEW NEW FUNNY MADE A COMPELLING CASE FOR THE ROLE THAT PLAYS I WOULDN’T SAY ALL OF IT SHOULD GO TO IT UNTIL IT GOT UP TO THIRTY PERCENT BUT IT COULD BE FEATURED IN NEW DOLLARS AND SO AND THE OTHER THING ON THAT THE BUDGET CYCLES THAT HOPEFULLY WE CAN LOOK AT OUR DIFFERENT FUNDING SOURCES I’M SURE WE WILL POTENTIAL MARIJUANA TAXES SUGARY DRINKS TAXES LOOK AT THEM. HOLISTIC LEE AND ABOUT HOW WE CAN ACCOMPLISH ALL THESE HUMAN SERVICES WAS SO EX I HAVEN’T FINISH MY THING I KNOW JUST GOING TO SAY THAT I CERTAINLY HOPE THAT WE LOOK AT THE SUGARY TAX IN AA I TOTALLY AGREE WITH JANE THAT THE CITY SHOULD HAVE TO SAY IN TERMS OF HOW THOSE WERE MAYBE IT COULD BE A COMBINATION WITH THE COMMUNITY THAT HELPS BUT THIS IS A CITY OF BOULDER TAX AND I WOULD HOPE THAT WE HAVE THE LION’S SHARE OF HOW THAT MONEY’S IS SPENT AND I CERTAINLY HOPE WE COULD PUT SOME OF THE PROCEEDS FROM THAT TAX INTO THE FISCAL HEALTH THAN YOU KNOW INSURANCE MEDICAL DENTAL EVEN MEN OF SU IMAGE OF THIS IS GOING TO SAY MY PIECE WHICH IS I GUESS I’M IN A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT PLACE SOME FOLKS WHICH IS EVERYBODY SAYS AFFORDABILITY IS WHAT IS KILLING THEM AND I THINK WHEN I LOOK AT HOW LITTLE WE SPEND ON TRYING TO ADDRESS AT KEEPING MIND THAT THOSE BUCKETS OF A FLOOD. IT SEEMS TO ME THAT IT MAKES GOOD SENSE TO INCREASE OUR INVESTMENT IN ADDRESSING POVERTY SO I GUESS I WANT TO SUPPORT THE STAFF AND THAT THAT DOESN’T MEAN THAT I DON’T APPRECIATE HEALTH AND WELLNESS. BUT UM I GUESS I WANT TO SAY YES LET’S ADDRESS POVERTY BETTER. EVERYBODY IS STRUGGLING WITH THAT I SHOULD SAY EVERYBODY BUT THAT’S THE THEME WE HEAR ALL THE TIME NOW AND THEN THE OTHER PIECE OF IT IS BOTH MARIJUANA AND THE SUGARY DRINK TAX LEND THEMSELVES TOWARDS HEALTH AND WELLNESS FUNDING SO I ALSO THINK MUCH MORE THAN POVERTY REDUCTION SO TO ME THOSE ARE THE LOGICAL PLACES TO KAI REPLACE HEALTH AND WELLNESS FUNDING WHILE WE SHIFT SOMEMORE INTO POVERTY. SO TO ME THAT THAT WORKS WELL TOGETHER AND MIGHT BE THAT THE PATH FORWARD ON THE ONE THING I GUESS I WOULD SAY THOUGH THAT I MADE THE CASE FOR POVERTY IS THE FOOD REBATE TAX WERE WE TALKED ABOUT NOT GOING REALLY BROAD I MEAN GETTING SOME PEOPLE EIGHTY BUCKS MORE A YEAR SEEMS TO ME NOT THE BEST WAY TO ADDRESS POVERTY. SO I GUESS BUT I AM INTERESTED IN THINKING ABOUT HOW WE COULD BETTER DO THAT AND MAYBE IT’S HELPING TO FREE PEOPLES HEALTH CARE COSTS WHEN THE FEDERAL SYSTEM GOES WHO KNOWS WHAT IT IS BUT I GUESS I WOULD LIKE TO LOOK MEANINGFULLY AT WHAT THOSE PROGRAMS ARE IN THE FOOD TAX REBATE IS SAYS VERY LOW. IT’S A TAX REBATE IS GEARED TOWARD DISABLED LOW INCOME SENIORS AND FAMILIES AND IT’S A VERY LONG AT ALL THAT SO IT MADE IT SO IT COULDN’T GET IT COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE COULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN PEOPLE’S LIVES AT THE REBATE WERE WERE LARGER. YES YES YES ABSOLUTELY BUT IT JUST HAD JUST PUT IN A WORD FOR THAT PROGRAM AND I THINK IT’S A VALUABLE ONE AND SALES TAXES GROCERY SALES TAXES ARE ONE OF OUR MOST REGRESSIVE TAXES SO I WAS EXCITED TO SEE THE GREAT THING ABOUT EXPANDING THE PROGRAM FROM A DOLLAR PERSPECTIVE AND A NUMBER OF PEOPLE REACH SOMEONE AND YET BECAUSE RIGHT NOW DOES IT FEEL LIKE IT’S DOING ITS REACH. OK WE HAD MARY NANNA WE WERE DONE WITH THE SEC. I WANTED TO BE VERY STRONGLY WITH WHAT SUZANNE JUST SAID AS I WANTED TO REMIND EVERYBODY YOU KNOW WE TALK ABOUT WELCOMING AND INCLUSIVENESS AND THIS IS GOING BACK TO THE BEGINNING OF THE PRESENTATION WHERE FOO IS DISPROPORTIONATELY AFFECTED BY POVERTY AND IF WE DON’T ADDRESS THAT AS A PRIORITY AND AND THINK ABOUT HEALTH AND WELL BEING I THINK YOU KNOW I HAD THE SOURCES OF FUNDING TO ADDRESS THE HEALTH OF MY BEING BUT I THINK THAT IF YOU ADDRESS POVERTY. IF SOMEBODY IS BEING LIFTED OUT OF POVERTY. THEY THEREFORE ARE FOUR HAVE LED THE HOME HEALTH ISSUES FEWER HEALTH ISSUES AND FEWER MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES BECAUSE POVERTY DOES CAUSE A LOT OF HEALTH ISSUES SO I THINK THERE’S THERE’S A DIRECT LINK WITH OUR OUT OF POVERTY AND ALSO THAT THE RESULT OF THAT IS BETTER HEALTH TO SEW SO THAT’S HOW I’M THINKING ABOUT IT. ARM AND THEN SOME AS HIGH AS THE MARKET BUCKS GOES I AGREE WITH THAT THE PROGRAM SEEMS SORT OF LIKE IT NEEDS TO BE RESTRUCTURED AND THE INDEX THE MARKET BUT I DID BUT THAT WAS MY THINKING IS THAT IT MAY BE THAT MANY COULD BE PUT TOWARDS THE MARKET BUCKS INSTEAD. IN A PROGRAM THAT’S ALREADY BEING UTILIZED FAIRLY WELL REALLY QUICK BECAUSE I’M GOING TO AGREE WITH SUZANNE MARY MOSTLY UM I MEAN FOR ME IS THIS KIND OF INFINITE NEEDS OUT THERE AND WE PROBABLY SHOULD INCREASE THE FUNDING IN GENERAL BUT I THINK IN THIS REALM AS IN HOUSING. WE REALLY NEED TO STICK TO OUR GUNS AND LOOK AT THE LONGER TERM AND IT’S VERY HARD TO DO THAT THIS IS VERY HARD NOT TO DEAL WITH THE IMMEDIATE ISSUES AS REAL PEOPLE INVOLVED THAT MAKES A REALLY TOUGH BUT IF YOU’RE EVER GOING TO GET STUFF OUT OF THE CYCLE HAVE TO DO WITH THE LONGER TERM ISSUES AND I THINK THAT’S WHAT THIS IS ABOUT IS TRYING TO DEAL WITH SOME OF THOSE LONGER TERM ISSUES THAT CAUSE ALL THE OTHER PROBLEMS THAT ARE ALWAYS IN NEED AND YOU KNOW INFINITE AMOUNTS OF FUNDING AND WE’RE NEVER GOING TO FIX THEM UNTIL WE DEAL WITH SOME OF THE UNDERLYING LONGER TERM PROBLEMS WHEN I CAN TO SOLVE IT. LOOK NOBODY’S GOING TO SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS WHO WE CAN MAKE A DENT. OKAY ANYTHING ELSE ON THIS I’M SURE WE’VE GIVEN YOU CLEAR DIRECTION BUT LEAST OF THE RARITY OF THE OPINION OF THE TRUSTEES TO TAKE A STRAW POLL SHORTLY SO JUST TO BE CLEAR ON THIS. OK WILL STOP POLLS BUT YOUR QUESTION WHICH ONE I’M ON THE FIRST TO OUR CATERER FOR THE GIRLS WERE KIND OF LANDED. HOW CAN HE MADE A SERIOUS ONE. CAN YOU CLARIFY MORE WE MEAN BY THAT ONE IS THAT WHAT’S THE SPECIFIC NEEDS. SO SIX THOSE SIX COAL AREAS OF THE SIX TICKETS YET BUT NOT ABOUT THE PERCENTAGE IS NOW OKAY. THIS SHOULD BE AN EASY QUESTION ARE THOSE IN FAVOR OF FUNDING FOR GENERAL OKAY EXCLUDING BY THAT NOW EVERYTHING EVERYTHING WE CAN THINK OF SIX GOALS. OKAY I BELIEVE IN EVERYTHING GOOD YES OK SO MUCH ABOUT WAS A GOOD ONE BUT OK GOT US WARMED UP SO IF U CAN OSO SOLD FOR US TO BRING BACK BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS THAT MORE CLEARLY ARTICULATE SOME THE THINGS THAT WE TALKED ABOUT WE NEED TO KNOW A LITTLE MORE CLEARLY ABOUT WHETHER YOU WANT TO HAVE A FOCUS AREA AN ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE FOUR KNOTS AND TO BRING BACK WITH THE BUDGET HOW WE CLOSE THE GAPS ACROSS THE BOARD TOOK AN ISSUE BUSH ABOUT FOCUS. BECAUSE RIGHT NOW IS SUCH A SMALL PART. IF YOU MOVE GET THIRTY PERCENT IS STILL NOT A FOCUS AREA THERE HE BRINGS IT MORE IN LINE WITH THE OTHER ONES RECENT MORE IN LINE WITH THE OTHER GUESS WHAT I WOULD SAY IS ARE PEOPLE INTERESTED IN INCREASING OUR INVESTMENTS IN ADDRESSING ECONOMIC ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE CAN WE SAY IF WE INCREASE THE OVERALL PIE BECAUSE THAT’S REALLY WHERE I’M GOING TO BE ON THIS SO I MEAN IT WILL SO WEAKEN THEM AND THERE MAY BE PLENTY OF PEOPLE WHO WOULD SAY IT DOES NEED TO INCREASE FOR THEM TO SUPPORT THAT BUT FOR ME TO SUPPORT IT I’M GOING TO WANT TO SEE US NOT PENALIZING OTHER AREAS AND RATHER RAISING ALL BOATS RATHER THAN JUST SHIFTING OVER SO I JUST WANNA BE CLEAR ON WHAT THE QUESTION IS OK OR THAT YOU GAVE A CLEAR ANSWER SO HELPFUL RIGHT. I THINK WE SHOULD DO IT EITHER WAY BUT I THINK WE HAVE TO SHIFT MORE SLOWLY IF WE’RE NOT ADDING SO I MEAN HECK YEAH I’D RATHER ADD TO THE PIE THAT THE DEAL IS WE ARE ADDING TO THE PILE OR ADDING RECREATION MARIJUANA TAXES AND TUTORING SEE THAT THAT’S WHAT I WOULD ASK IS THAT I WANT TO SEE HOW WE’RE GOING TO USE THOSE SOURCES OF FUNDING TO BACK FILL ANYTHING THAT WE WOULD BE SHIFTING OUT OF THE HEALTH WELL BEING BUT THE IDEA IS TO INCREASE THE PERCENTAGE TOWARDS THE POVERTY RATE BUT YOU CAN DO THAT IF YOU’RE BRINGING IN ADDITIONAL SOURCES YOU CAN REDUCE WHAT COMES OUT OF THE HUMAN SERVICES FUND AND ALLOCATE MORE OF THAT OVER TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY. SO I GUESS I JUST WANTED TO EXPRESS MY CLEAR OPINION I CAN GO FOR THIS BUT IT WOULD BE ONLY IF I WONDER IF WE HAVE TO HAVE TWO STRAW POLLS ONE THAT SAYS DO WE INCREASE FUNDING INCREASE FUNDING FOR ECONOMIC MOBILITY IF WE HAVE ADDITIONAL FUNDING THE OTHERS DO INCREASE FUN EVEN IF WE DON’T HAVE ADDITIONAL FUNDING MIGHT BE TWO QUESTIONS. OKAY I THINK WILL BE SOMEWHERE WHERE WE DON’T GET TO WHAT HAS WHAT WE CAN INCREASE FUNDING SOMEWHAT CUZ WE HAVE A . WE HAVE TWO TAXES COMING ONLINE SO THAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN THAT QUESTION IT PROBABLY WON’T BE ENOUGH TO COVER EVERYTHING SO I THINK IT’LL BE MORE LIKE AND HOW IT WILL BE HYBRIDS WERE IN CONDEMNING ONE QUICK POINT ABOUT THE SUGARY DRINK TAX. I THINK THE EXPECTATION THAT A COMMUNITY IS NOT THAT THAT WILL JUST BACK FILL EXISTING PROGRAMS I THINK PEOPLE ARE EXPECTING SOME NEW STUFF OUT OF THAT SMOKE THAT POINT THEY PUT A LOT OF IT AS IT WAS LIKE ELDER B C D AND THINKS THAT IT WOULD BE IN THAT LARGER BUCKET I’M JUST SAYING I THINK IF YOU JUST FILLED AN EXISTING PROGRAM WITH THAT MONEY AND DIDN’T START ANYTHING NEW. I DON’T THINK YOU’LL BE MEETING EXPECTATIONS. OK ASK US WHAT YOU’RE GONNA BE THAT I DID IT WAS SOMEWHAT DIVIDED ON ONLY ASSED END BUT WE ALL WANT IS FUNNY SO THEY’LL BE OPTIONS IF OK WE’RE GOING TO MOVE ON WE JUST DID. WE JUST DID LISA THAT’S WHAT ALL THOSE COMMENTS WERE WHAT YOU WANT TO MONEY AND DON’T KNOW KNOW THAT SHE DID ANSWER THEM PLAY SHE REALIZED IT OR NOT SHE WAS ANSWERING THEM. YES YOU DID YOU AGREE WITH ANDREW YES BUT IT DOESN’T COME TO A FINAL STRAW POLL IS TO WHAT WE’RE DOING. I AGREE THAT BOUGHT HIM WITH AN OKAY WHAT’S YOUR OTHER QUESTION I AGREE WITH ANDREW I WOULD SAY NO TO NOTE TOO. THAT’S UNEQUIVOCALLY KNOW IF I CAN MOVE IN THE DIRECTION WHERE ANDREW WAS WHICH IS THE MIDDLE. I MEAN I DO IT YET SO I KIND OF RELEASE AND ANDREW ARE I’M NOT SURE THAT I WOULD I WOULD EVEN SAY YES TO TOO. SO THIS IS SUCH A HYPOTHETICAL QUESTION HOW MUCH MORE I MEAN I DON’T KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS LIKE I THINK AARON GUY SAYS SOMETHING ABOUT MAYBE COULD BE A LITTLE BIT MORE THAN THE OTHERS INCREASE BUT THE ONLY ALL THE BOATS NEED ARISE TO ME THIS BOAT RISES A LITTLE FASTER I MEAN THIS IS SO HYPOTHETICAL AND THEORETICAL THAT IT’S JUST THIS IS SOME PREMATURE I DON’T THINK IT’S PREMATURE ITS POLICY POLICY IS ITS PRETTY HYPOTHETICAL BUT I DON’T EVEN KNOW I DON’T KNOW IT FALLS AND ECONOMIC MOBILITY CUMULUS TO PROGRAMS WIN WHILE THEY’RE LISTED IN THE FOCUS AREAS IN YOUR PATTERN ON PAGE FIFTEEN. SO YOU’D GET A FLAVOR OF WHAT THOSE FOCUS SERIES AND THE TYPES OF PROGRAMS THAT THE SPECIFIC PROGRAMS OR AGENCIES BUT THE TYPES OF PROGRAMS THAT WOULD BE FUNDED BETTY MERGED AS PRIORITY TYPE PROGRAMS IN THOSE FOCUS IS ON PAGE FIFTY YEARS HERE’S MY PROBLEM WITH ALL THIS THIS IS A STUDY SESSION WE DON’T HAVE THE INFORMATION I’M CONCERNED THAT WE SAY OH YEAH THAT’S A GOOD IDEA AND THEN WE’RE STUCK WITH THE BUDGET THAT WERE NOT COMFORTABLE WITH WHEN IT COMES BACK TO IS IN JULY OR AUGUST AND I GUESS I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHETHER WHAT ARE WE AGREEING TO AND I ALSO LIKE I SAID HAVE A PROBLEM WITH STRAW POLLS VOTE WHATEVER. INSTEAD HE SAID OK YOU’RE GOING TO HAVE TO JUMP IN HERE. THE DEALS WERE NOT DISCUSSING THE BUDGET TONIGHT WE WANT TO DISCUSS THE BUDGET THEY’RE NOT READY TO DISCUSS THE BUDGET WILL. SO IN TALKING GENERAL ELECTION TO BE ABLE TO BRING BACK A DOZEN MORE THINGS THAT DIDN’T SELL CAN I JUST SAY ON THE FIFTH ON PAGE FIFTEEN WHERE YOU JUST DIRECTED US UNDER ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE. ONE OF THE BULLET POINTS THERE IS EQUITABLE ACCESS TO BASIC SUPPORT SERVICES INCLUDING HEALTH CARE SO IT’S IN THERE IF THE CONCERN IS HEALTH CARE UM I WOULD THINK THAT A LOT OF THE COMMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN MADE. TONIGHT REGARDING THE CONCERNS ABOUT WHERE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AS GOING WOULD FALL UNDER THAT SO IT’S COVERED UNDER ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE THE DOOR NOT CUTTING ME THE THING IT PART OF THIS IS JUST SENDING A MESSAGE TO THE PUBLIC TO AND ANYA SO THE ISSUE IS ARE WE CUTTING HEALTH OR NOT. ANNE AND I GUESS THE IT’S IT’S GOOD THAT THAT ICE I SAW THAT AS WELL MARRY BUT IT’S CLEAR AS MUCH AND THAT’S BUT THAT’S PART OF THE PROBLEM IS THAT WE DIDN’T WE JUST DON’T KNOW WHAT’S GOING TO HAPPEN AND I GET THE IDEA THAT WE’RE TALKING POLICY HERE BUT I THINK WHAT WHAT I’M HEARING IS THAT IT IS THAT HEALTH AND WELLNESS ARE VERY IMPORTANT TO THE COMMUNITY AND THAT THEY MAY BE IN JEOPARDY FURTHER BECAUSE OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE WAY THEY’RE GOING AND AND AND ALL YOU CAN YOU CAN ARGUE THAT POVERTY CAUSES HEALTH ISSUES YOU CAN ALSO ARGUE THE HEALTH ISSUES CAUSED POVERTY AND SO UM IT’S IT’S IT’S A CYCLE SO AGAIN I JUST I THINK WE NEED MORE INFORMATION. I DO HAVE. OK YOU GO THEN I JUST WANNA MAKE A COMMENT SO ONE OF THE THINGS I’M STRUGGLING WITH INSURANCE POLICY BUT YOU MAKE POLICY THROUGH THE BUDGET RIGHT THAT’S A REALLY IMPORTANT WAY THAT YOU MAKE POLICY AND SO I CAN LOOK AT SLIDE NINETEEN WHICH HAS BEEN THE ONE ADMINISTERING AN ALL NIGHT AND SAVE THERE WERE ANOTHER FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS IN THE KIDDIE WE CAN PUT THAT TOWARDS ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND GET TO WHERE WE’VE SAID WE COULD EVEN HAVE ANOTHER DISCUSSION THAT SAID WE COULD SHIFT A LITTLE MORE ADDED HEALTH AND WELLBEING AND BRING THEM UP TO BE EQUAL TO EACH OTHER OR WHATEVER BUT THAT WOULD BE CONCRETE FOR ME IT’S NOT CONCRETE FOR ME IS HOW MUCH MORE WILL BE IN HERE IF ANY WHAT THE SOURCES ARE THAT WE CAN AND CAN’T USE IT FOR AND YOU KNOW HOW WE CAN IMPROVE ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE WITHOUT HACKING HEALTH AND WELLBEING. SO THAT’S WHY I FEEL LIKE WE HAVE MORE INFORMATION AND OPTIONS PROPOSED AS ONE STAFF COMES BACK YOU WILL BE ALOT EASIER TO HAVE THIS DISCUSSION RIGHT I I AGREE WITH YOU IN AND WHAT YOU WERE JUST TALKING ABOUT IS WHAT I’M HEARING THE CONVERSATION GO TO IS THAT IT IN THE PERFECT WORLD IF WE HAD MORE DOLLARS IT WOULD BE AWESOME TO PUT THEM TOWARD ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND AT THE SAME TIME AS WE PREPARE THE BUDGET. LET’S TRY TO MAINTAIN THE LEVEL OF HEALTH AND WELLBEING FUNDING THAT WE CURRENTLY HAVE SORE NOT REDUCING THAT SO TO ME THAT’S GREAT DIRECTION ON WHAT YOU WANT TO SEE AS WE PREPARE THE BUDGET WHICH IT RIGHT IS THE ULTIMATE POLICY DOCUMENTS THAT YOU WILL PROVE EVERY SINGLE YEAR SO I FEEL LIKE WE’VE GOT REALLY GOOD DIRECTION ON THIS AND THAT WE DON’T NEED TO TAKE ANY MORE STRAW POLLS. SO WE WILL FIND SOME WAY TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND THEM WE GET TO THE BUDGET GREAT IN THAT TOWN DID SOME OF US ARE LITTLE MORE ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT INCREASING FUNDING AND POVERTY. I JUST NEED TO SAY THAT BECAUSE I AM ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT THAT. SO OK OK WE’RE GOING TO MOVE FROM COMMUNITY FUNDING TO OUR DIRECT SERVICES IS JUST JUST QUICKLY ME GET A PRETTY THOROUGH ASSESSMENT OF OUR DIRECT SERVICES THOSE SERVICES WE PROVIDE DIRECTLY TO THE COMMUNITY. WE ASSESS THEM FOR ALIGNMENT WITH THESE GOALS THE SIX BOYS AREAS ON THERE WAS PRETTY GOOD ALIGNMENT THERE WE DID PIERCE CITY REVIEW AN ORGANIZATION REVIEW OF WHAT OTHER COMMUNITIES ARE DOING AND HUMAN SERVICES THE BEST PRACTICE IN INNOVATION. WE ALSO LOOKED AT ALL OF OUR PROGRAMS FOR UTILIZATION AND DEMAND AND COST RECOVERY AND JUST TO GET TO OUR RESULTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS IS THE RESULTS OF OF ALL OF THAT WE IDENTIFIED SOME OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE OUR ALIGNMENT WITH THE GOALS OF FOCUS AREAS THAT WE IDENTIFY INCLUDING ECONOMIC MOBILITY IN RESILIENCE NO ONE WAS HIS WE ALREADY TALKED ABOUT EXPANDING AND RETOOLING A BIT THE FOOD TAX REBATE PROGRAM TO THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA THE AMOUNT OF THE TAX REBATES THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA THE OUTREACH TO GET A LARGER PERCENTAGE OF ELIGIBLE PEOPLE IN OUR OUR COMMUNITY TO PARTICIPATE RELIANT EXPAND OR CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES. SO WHEN WE TALK ABOUT THE SELF SUFFICIENCY SCALE MYSELF THE SELF SUFFICIENCY INDEX AND WE LOOK AT THOSE SPECIFIC AREAS THAT SELF SUFFICIENCY STANDARD IS BUILT ON WHICH OUR LIVING WAGES ALSO BUILT ON LOOK AT THOSE FOUR AREAS OF COSTS AND FAMILIES AND INDIVIDUALS BUDGETS CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES FOOD TRANSPORTATION AND HOUSING ARE FOUR KEY AREAS WHERE THERE ARE EXPENDITURES THAT KEEP PEOPLE WHO ARE BELOW A LIVING WAGE EXPANDING OR FROM TAX REBATE PROGRAM REALLY HELPS PEOPLE WITH GETTING CASH BACK FOR THE TAXES THEY PAY AND FOOD. THIS IS A GREAT PROGRAM WE SHOULD EXPANDED CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES ARE VERY VERY HIGH COST ITEM FOR FAMILIES WHO WE HAVE A CHILD CARE SUBSIDY PROGRAM WHICH HELPS CLOSE THE GAP ON SUBSIDIES BUT ALSO HELPS FUND FAMILIES WHO ARE VERY LOW INCOME BUT NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE BY VIRTUE OF THEM MADE THE RESIDENCY STATUS. SO THIS IS ANOTHER AREA WE COULD DIRECTLY IMPACT PEOPLE’S BOTTOM LINE BUDGETS CONTINUE THE EFFORT FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM. THIS IS A GREAT PROGRAM IS ALSO CASH IN OR THE EQUIVALENT OF CASH INTO A BUDGET POSSIBLY BE LOOKING AT REDUCING SOME SENIOR SERVICES SOCIAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS AND RE ALLOCATING RESOURCES TO WHAT WE KNOW ALL WILL BE FUTURE DEMANDS AROUND CASE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION AND REFERRAL ASSISTANCE WITH AGING SERVICES AND WE WILL BE BRINGING FORWARD AMENDMENTS TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE ROUTE TO ADD TO PROTECTED CLASSES ONE BEING NON DISCRIMINATION FOR SOURCE OF INCOME AND FOR IMMIGRATION STATUS WHICH AT COUNCIL MEETING REGARDING SANCTUARY CITIES OF OUR CITY ATTORNEY SAID WE WERE WHO COULD ADDRESS THEM EFFECTIVELY IMMIGRATION STATUS UNDER HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE THAT WILL BE WILL BE BRINGING THAT BACK. COULD YOU EXPLAIN SOURCE OF INCOME A LITTLE TO SOURCES OF INCOME WOULD BE DISCRIMINATION BASED ON WHAT A PERSON’S INCOME IS FOR EXAMPLE IF THEY ARE ON FEDERAL ASSISTANCE SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY. SO BASED ON THE SOURCE OF INCOME THEY MAY THEY MAY BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST EITHER IN HOUSING OR SO WITH THIS KID THAT SOME OF THE ISSUES WE HAVE RIGHT NOW IS SECTION EIGHT HOUSING IN AND LANDLORDS NOT TAKING PERFECTLY GOOD SECTION EIGHT VOUCHERS AND THEY’RE DISCRIMINATING BASED ON THAT YES THEY WOULD ADDRESS THIS OKAY. OK AH WRITES AN HOUR TO TWO QUESTIONS FOR COSTLY MARTY ANSWERED SATURDAY WE ARE DANCING ON THE BUTTON THAT WHEN AN OLD WRECK SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS SO THESE ARE OUR RECOMMENDATIONS WE JUST WANT FEEDBACK FROM YOU ABOUT THESE RECOMMENDATIONS SHOULD WE EXPLORE EXPANSION FOR A TAX REBATE PROGRAM AND EXPLORE EXPANSION OF CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES CONTINUE THE FAMILY AFTER FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM. MOM AND EXPLAIN THE SENIOR ONE DIDN’T WORK YEAH SO THIS IS REALLY MORE A MATTER PROBLEMATIC TO ADMINISTRATIVE LEVEL. THERE ARE SOME PROGRAMS AND CLASSES IN OUR SOCIAL SOCIAL PROGRAM OFFERINGS AND SOCIAL ENRICHMENT CLASSES THAT WE OFFER THAT MAYBE WE DON’T HAVE A HIGH DEMAND OR HIGH PARTICIPATION RATE IN WHICH WE WOULD DISCONTINUE AND WE RE APPROPRIATE RE ALLOCATE THOSE RESOURCES TO WHERE WE HAVE AN INCREASED DEMAND SUCH AS IN CASE MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION ABOUT HOW TO ENROLL IN MEDICARE AND THOSE TYPES OF THINGS. PERRY SAID THE ENGINE YET SO THE SEA THE KEY ONES UP HERE ARE THE FOOD TAX REBATE PROGRAM SHOULD WE EXPLORE EXPANDING THAT EXPAND CHILD CARE SUBSIDIES CONTINUE THE FAMILY AFTER FAMILY RENTAL SUBSIDY PROGRAM AND ADD THESE TO PROTECTED CLASS TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE. I’M ASSUMING THIS IS BASED ON FEEDBACK FROM THE COMMUNITY ABOUT THEIR GREATEST NEED YES YES I’D REC SERVICES YES I DISAGREE WITH THE QUESTION ON THE TWO OF PROTECTED CLASSES MAGICIANS HAVE TO GET SOURCES OF INCOME CAN GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF A SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY. OKAY IT’S LIKE PEOPLE THAT WON’T TAKE SECTION EIGHT VOUCHERS SUCH AN AGE DISCRIMINATION AND LIKE TO BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST BECAUSE THEY ARE SAFE BECAUSE OF ALL THEY WANT TAKE THEIR CULTURE OR THEIR DISABILITY AND INCUMBENTS FOR THEIR RENT OK SO ONE QUESTION ON THE DIRECT SERVICES AND MAYBE THIS IS A LONGER TERM ISSUE THAT THE SENIOR CENTERS WE HAVE ARE WE IN THE SENIOR CENTER. SOMETHING HAS TO BE DONE WITH ONE OF THESE DAYS YUM BUT ARE WE TAKING KIND OF AN OVERLOOK IT. SERVICE PROVISION ALONG THOSE LINES WITH IT THAT’S REALLY THOUGH THE MODERN WAY TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO SENIORS AND IT’S REALLY WHAT PEOPLE ESPECIALLY PEOPLE IN BOULDER WANT. YEAH SO ACTUALLY IT’S RECOMMENDING GAUGE THE PROCESS WE DID GET GOOD FEEDBACK ABOUT THAT. SO JUST A COUPLE OF THINGS WELL WHAT WE WANT TO REALIGN OUR DIRECT SERVICES TOWARD HIS GUESTS TO THE ALSO TO THOSE SIXTY TO SEVENTY FIVE YEAR OLD POPULATION PARTICULARLY AT THE WEST SENIOR CENTER. SO AT EAST WE HAVE THE SIXTY PLUS POPULATION IS ACTIVELY ENGAGED BECAUSE IT’S ATTACHED TO THE RECREATION CENTER. SO FOR THOSE PEOPLE WHO DON’T REALLY FEEL LIKE A SENIOR OR DON’T SEE THEMSELVES AS A SENIOR R WEST SENIOR FACILITY DOESN’T REALLY OFFER A LOT FOR THEM BECAUSE IT’S NOT ATTACHED TO A RECREATION FACILITY SO WE ARE REALLY LOOKING AT EXPANDING THE TYPES OF PROGRAMMING THAT MORE ACTIVE ON A SIXTY TO SEVENTY FIVE YEAR OLDS ARE LOOKING FOR AND WE BHARTI STARTED DOING SOME OF THAT RE PROGRAMMING IN OUR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS OF PEOPLE WERE VERY SUPPORTIVE OF HAVING AN INTERGENERATIONAL FACILITY NOT JUST THE SENIOR CENTER. SO WHEN WE LOOK AT THE WEST AND CIVIC AREA PLAN PROGRAMMING OR WE LOOK AT THE BOULDER COMMUNITY HOSPITAL. THE VISION FOR OUR RANGE OF SERVICES IS TO HAVE A ONE STOP SHOP AND ALL OF OUR PROGRAM’S CO LOCATED BECAUSE RIGHT NOW OR IN TWO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS TO EVER CHILDREN AND FAMILY PROGRAMS AROUND SPRUCE TREE WE HAVE OUR SENIOR PROGRAMS AND OUR ADMINISTRATION OVER THE WEST SENIOR CENTER. BUT WE COULD PROVIDE MUCH BETTER INTERGENERATIONAL PROGRAMMING AT A CENTER THAT WAS MORE INTERGENERATIONAL IN NATCHEZ FOCUSED ON SENIORS THE UH THE OTHER THING AT THE WEST SENIOR CENTER. WE HAD MEALS ON WHEELS WHO PROVIDES THE CONGREGATE MEALS THERE AND WE HAVE THE KITCHEN THERE AND IN EIGHT. WHATEVER HAPPENS WITH THE WEST AND PLANNING FOR CIVIC AREA OR THE HOSPITAL THAT PARTNERSHIP WITH MEALS ON WHEELS WE WOULD NOT CONTINUE THAT PARTNERSHIP THEY PROVIDE A VERY VALUABLE SERVICE MA’AM BUT IN THE SPACE THAT WE NEED TO REALLY EXPAND THE PROGRAMMING FOR SENIORS THAT WE NEED AND HAVE CO LOCATED SERVICES FOR ONE STOP SHOP FOR THE COMMUNITY THAT’S A LOT OF SPACE AND IT’S A VERY SPECIFIC KIND OF MEAL SERVICE NO BEST PRACTICE PARTICULARLY FOR THE ELDERLY IS MOVING TOWARD A RANGE OF OPTIONS FOR FOOD SERVICE VOUCHERS ABILITY TO COME TO BE ABLE TO ACCESS FOOD THEM EACH A MEDICAL IN YOUR DAILY NEEDS WHICH IS A LITTLE DIFFERENT THAN CONGREGATE CARE SINGLE PREPARED MEAL CALLED A GOOD GOOD GOOD. WHAT ELSE UM OKAY WELL THAT’S IT YOU’VE ANSWERED ALL THE QUESTIONS CAN MAKE IT ONE MORE PICTURE JUST REQUEST THAT AS YOU MOVE TOWARDS THE FINAL HOMESTUDY ARMS STRATEGY SORRY THE FINAL STRATEGY THAT YOU CONSULT CLOSELY WITH A HUMAN SERVICES PROVIDERS BECAUSE OF COURSE THEY ARE DOING SO MUCH OF THE WORK THAT WE NEED THE COMMUNITY. SO I MADE MY UNDERSTANDING IS THAT THE LAST SET OF RECOMMENDATIONS THAT WERE THEY WERE BROUGHT IN ON THOSE BEFORE THE DAY THEY WEREN’T BROUGHT IN ON THIS PARTICULAR RECOMMENDATION BUT WE WE HAVE MET WITH THEM ON A COUPLE OF OCCASIONS ABOUT THE OVERALL GOALS AND DIRECTION THAT WE’RE HEADING IN BUT NO NOT SPECIFICALLY AND THIS SHIFT AND UNDERSTOOD TO ECONOMIC MOBILITY AND RESILIENCE THE GREAT FAMINE FOR THE NEXT YEAR FOR THE WAYS WILL HEAR ABOUT THEM. WE’LL HEAR FROM THEM AT THE BUDGET. SO BETTER TO BE A CONVERSATION REALLY THAT SURE IT WILL CHANGE BUT HEARING FROM THEM. SO THIS ISN’T DIRECTLY RELATED TO ONE OF THESE QUESTIONS OUT THERE BUT IT DID JUMP OUT AT ME AS I READ THROUGH THIS AND IT HAD TO DO WITH THE GRANT MAKING THAT THE HRC DOES THE THIRTY THOUSAND DOLLARS WHICH ARMY SAID IT WAS FOR COMMUNITY CULTURAL AN IMPACT GRANTS AND TO ME THAT SOUNDS ALOT LIKE SIMILAR TO KIND OF RELATED TO ARTS AND CULTURE GRANTS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD GRANTS AND IN NO WAY ITS SEARCH OF DOING KIND OF THE SAME THING BUT KIND OF IN A DIFFERENT PLACE IN A SORT OF MOTHERING MANNER AND I’M JUST THINKING MAYBE THAT NEEDS TO BE CONSIDERED. YES AND THEN ACTUALLY WE DO LOOK AT THEIR UM THE COMMUNITY CULTURAL GRANTS AND THE HRC DOES TUNE OF FAME OR MORE PROPERLY FIT THAT FUNDING STREAM THEY RECOMMEND PEOPLE TO THE FUNDING STREAM SO THAT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT CULTURE WERE TALKING ABOUT SOMETHING DIFFERENT. WE’RE TALKING ABOUT OUR DIVERSE CULTURES AND ACTIVITIES LIKE SAY THE ASIAN PACIFIC ALLIANCE FESTIVAL OR THOSE TYPES OF FESTIVALS AND COMMUNITY EVENTS SIDE IN AND THEN SOME THINGS IN THE COMMUNITY THAT ACTUALLY IMPACT OR HAVE AN IMPACT ON ARE UNDER REPRESENTED COMMUNITIES OF COMMUNITIES OF COLOR SO CULTURE IT’S TO FIND JUST A LITTLE DIFFERENTLY AND THERE ARE THERE ACTUALLY ISN’T A LOT OF OVERLAP BUT BETWEEN WHAT THE ARTS GRANTS TUNE WITH TEACHER SEE GRANTS TO THE HRC IS REALLY FOCUSED ON BRINGING DIVERSE COMMUNITIES TOGETHER AND OUR RECOGNITION AND AWARENESS OF ALL OF THE DIVERSE DIVERSITY IN THE CULTURES THAT WE HAVE IN PROVIDING SOME FUNDING TO BE ABLE TO SUPPORT THOSE TYPES OF PROGRAMS IN THE COMMUNITY SO IT’S VERY FOCUSED ON CREATING THIS WELCOME WELCOMING INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY AND A SEVERELY LIMITED POT OF MONEY AND SO AS WE LOOK TOWARD THE DEVELOPMENTS OF THE INCLUSIVE AND WELCOMING COMMUNITY WORK PLAN BASED ON THE COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS ASSESSMENT WILL BE BRINGING RECOMMENDATIONS ON BEHALF OF THE HRC FOR THE BUDGET RELATED TO THAT ALL SO SWEET SO I THINK THE NEXT TOPIC THE LAST TOPIC ACTUALLY TAKES MORE TIME THAN WHAT I SUGGEST WE MOVE ON TO FEEL I GET ZERO NINE THIRTY EIGHT CASES UNLESS ANYBODY ELSE SAYS. I DON’T HAVE TO FILL THIS TIME HAS RUN TALK ABOUT THE CREEK I JUST WANNA TAKE KNOWLEDGE THAT WE HEAD HOME COMMISSIONER ERNIE KEEL MY MONK OCCUR HERE IN HE’S NOT HERE ANYMORE BUT HE’S ON HRC AND CONTRIBUTE I JUST WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE HIS PRESENCE WITH AEGIS OF OUR NEXT STEPS WE WILL BE COMING BACK FROM A SIXTEENTH DRAFT STRATEGY WILL BE ALIGNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF BUDGET RECOMMENDATIONS WITH THE BUDGET PROCESS BUT YOU’LL BE HEARING ABOUT THOSE ON THE SIXTEENTH AND ALSO WILL BE DEVELOPING METRICS OUTCOME MEASURES AND EVALUATION PLAN FOR PROGRAMS AND SERVICES AND COMMUNITY FUNDING AND EXCELLENT THANK YOU FOR THIS AND IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME COMING OF THE GREATS OF THE BOMB TO NEXT SECTION THAT WE’RE GOING TALK ABOUT IS THE RESPONSE TO ENCAMPMENT IMPACTS ALONG BOULDER CREEK AND THE VETS GOING TO COME UP I’M GOING TO MAKE THE PRESENTATION BUT WE NEED TO PUT A THUMBDRIVE N YA SO THAT WE CAN SHOW YOU A FEW IMPORTANT PHOTOS AND GET COOKING. YET FOR A FEW MINUTES AGO ABOUT AN HOUR AGO WE CAME OUT THIS PRESENTATION TO USE SO YOU COULD ALSO PULL IT UP ON YEAR JUMP IN WEIGHT THE EYE. WE ARE IN THE SMALL SECTION AT THE END TO TALK TO THE COUNCIL ABOUT WHAT THE CITY IS DOING WITH REGARD TO ENCAMPMENT ISSUES ALONG BOULDER CREEK. OF COURSE YOU’VE HAD A NUMBER OF PEOPLE EMAILING YOU AND CERTAINLY SHOWING UP AT REGULAR MEETINGS ABOUT WHAT’S GOING ON THERE SO THAT’S WHAT THE FOCUSES OF OUR PRESENTATION TONIGHT AND RESPONDING TO SOME OF THE REQUESTS THAT WE’VE HAD FROM COUNCIL MEMBERS IN THE COMMUNITY AROUND THIS ISSUE WE WILL BE BACK ON MAIN NINTH WHEN KAREN RETURNS TO TALK ABOUT THE HOMELESS WORKING GROUP AND THAT WILL BE THE TIME TO TALK ABOUT SOME OF THE BIGGER ISSUES AROUND HOMELESSNESS. NOT TONIGHT UNLESS YOU WANT TO GET INTO IT SO WE DO HAVE SEVERAL STAFF MEMBERS HERE WHO ARE MOST FAMILIAR WITH WHAT’S GOING ON SO I’M JUST GOING TO START OUT BY SHOWING YOU A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHAT THE ACCOUNTANTS LOOK LIKE I THINK YOU KNOW THAT PRETTY WELL. I’M A THING FOR YOU TO KNOW IS THAT OUR STAFF OUR PARK STAFF IS OUT EVERY SINGLE DAY CLEANING UP NOT ONLY THESE AREAS BUT ALSO OUR PARKS WE HAVE FIFTEEN HUNDRED ACRES OF PARKS AND WE WORK THROUGH THOSE EVERY SINGLE DAY CLEANING UP SITUATIONS BUT NOT ONLY OCCUR IN BOULDER CREEK BUT OCCUR IN OTHER PLACES THE WORK THAT WE DO OCCURS DURING THE DAYLIGHT HOURS AND OUR STAFF IS INSTRUCTED TO CLEAN THESE AREAS IN TEAMS OF THREE OR MORE AND THEY WEAR PROPER EQUIPMENT BECAUSE IN SOME CASES THERE ARE DANGEROUS SHARP SOUTHERN MANNERS AND FOUND IN THESE ENCAMPMENTS STAFF DOES NOT ENTER ACTIVE ENCAMPMENTS OF PEOPLE ARE STILL THERE. WE WILL NOT ENTER TO CLEAN THEM UP AND WE CERTAINLY COORDINATE ALL OF OUR CLEARING WITH THE POLICE DEPARTMENTS. SO IN RECENT DAYS. ARE YOU GOING TO THE NEXT AND WE’VE BEEN LOOKING AT ALL OF OUR PARKS IN THE CIVIC AREA AND THE MAP UP THERE SHOWS SOME OF THE AREAS THAT WE’RE LOOKING AT INFRASTRUCTURE TO MAKE SURE THAT WE’VE GOT THE RIGHT INFRASTRUCTURE THERE AND TO MAKE SURE THAT WE CAN PROVIDE THE SERVICES THAT ARE NEEDED AND WE’VE WALKED THROUGH ALL OF THE AREAS THAT SHOW WITH THE DYE WHO ALSO AREN’T LOOKING AT INSTALLING PARK ENHANCEMENTS IN VARIOUS AREAS AND WE WANT TO REFRESH THE SIGNAGE SO YOU CAN SEE SOME OF THE SIGNAGE THAT WE HAVE OUT THERE BUT WE WANT TO PROVIDE MORE AWARENESS ABOUT EXISTING ORDINANCES IN THE CIVIC AREA ITSELF WILL BE ADDING WHEY FINDING ANOTHER INFORMATION ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE SIGNS WHEREVER POSSIBLE AND THEN FINALLY THE LAST PHOTO HERE SHOWS HOW MUCH TRASH WE ARE TYPICALLY COLLECTING IN THIS AREA ON A NORMAL DAY SO WE TALKED IN THE REPORTS THAT WE GAVE YOU AND I KNOW THAT YOU ALL READ ABOUT OR TWENTY SEVENTEEN ENHANCED RESPONSE AND SINCE THESE ARE THINGS THAT WE’VE STARTED AN ADDITIONAL PATROLS ARE OCCURRING IN THE CIVIC AREA THE POLICE DEPARTMENT STARTED THAT ON FEBRUARY FOURTH IN YOUR PACKET YOU ARE YOU’RE GIVEN AN ESTIMATE OF HOW MUCH IS COSTS ABOUT FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS EXTRA A WEEK WE ALSO RECOMMENDING THAT WE EXPAND OUR SERVICES WITH MORE FREQUENT TRASH AND WASTE REMOVAL. THIS IS TYPICALLY PERFORMED NOT ONLY BY STAFF BUT BY A CONTRACTOR SERVE PRO AND WE’RE MAKING IN THE POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION THAT WE INCREASE THEIR SERVICES TO ONE MORE FULL TIME A WEEK OR TWO HAVE TWO SMALLER CREWS ON TWICE A WEEK WE ARE GOING TO BE WORKING ON COMMUNICATIONS AS I DISCUSSED WE WANT TO AIM AND ENHANCE THE PARK INFRASTRUCTURE TO IMPROVE SAFETY IN THE VISITING EXPERIENCE WE’VE CONTINUED WITH WATER QUALITY MONITORING ON TO MAKE SURE THAT OUR WATER IS SAFE AND WE ARE CONSIDERING ADDITIONAL RESTROOMS AS THE CIVIC AREA EVOLVES AND AFTER WERE DONE WITH THIS LINE I’M GOING TO BE PROVIDING A LOT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT DAD ALSO COORDINATING WITH THE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT AND THE BENCHMARKING WITH OTHER FRONT RANGE COMMUNITIES AS WE UNDERSTAND WAYS THAT OTHERS ARE DRESSING THOUGH SO THAT WE CAN LEARN FROM THEM AND SOME OF THESE EXPENSES ARE CURRENTLY UNDERFUNDED IN THE TWENTY SEVENTEEN BUDGET AND SO WILL BE COMING BACK TO YOU IF YOU WANT US TO CONTINUE THIS EXPANSION FOR FURTHER DOLLARS PROBABLY IN THE FIRST ADJUSTMENT TO BASE SOME ARE GOING TO MOVE ON TO TALKING ABOUT RESTROOM FACILITIES. SO AMONG THE THINGS THAT WE’VE HEARD LOUD AND CLEAR FROM FOLKS IS THE NEED FOR MORE RESTROOM FACILITIES AND AMONG THE ITEMS THAT WE HAVE HEARD ABOUT IS FOR THE PARTIES FROM NOW I’M NOT GOING TO SAY THAT WORD AGAIN TONIGHT BECAUSE WE WANT YOU TO KNOW THE PORTA POTTY IS THAT THAT’S MY LAST TIME ARE NOT A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEMS THAT WE’RE EXPERIENCING ALONG THE CREEK AS YOU MAY KNOW THIS CREEK AREA IS IN HIGH HAZARD ZONE AND PLACING FACILITIES THAT I JUST MENTIONED THAT LOCATION IS NOT SAFE IT’S NOT SANITARY SO THERE ARE OTHER POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS WHEN YOU’RE SEEN ON THIS PARTICULAR SLIDE IS THE PREFAB TEMPORARY TRAILER THAT WE PLACED A FLAT IRONS GOLF COURSE LAST YEAR WHEN WE CHANGED UP AND ARE REMOVED SOME OF THE RESTROOMS THAT WE HAD HERE YOU CAN SEE THE TOTAL CAPITAL COST WAS ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AND THIS WAS FOUR FOR DELIVERY SITE WHERE PURCHASE INSTALLATION AND PERMITTING ONE. YES YES THAT’S OVER THERE AND WE ARE AT RIGHT. WE TRIED TO MAKE IT LOOK A LITTLE BIT BETTER YEAH YEAH I THINK IT’S LOVE ACTUALLY ON SO IT IS CONSIDERED TO BE HABITABLE STRUCTURE THAT REQUIRED ELEVATION ABOVE ABOVE THE FLOOD LEVEL AND SO THAT HAS IMPLICATIONS FOR WHETHER OR NOT AND WHERE WE COULD USE IT ALONG BOULDER CREEK ON WE HAD TO PUT ON FOUNDATION WALLS. IT WAS CONNECTED TO ELECTRIC SEWER AND WATER AND THE DECK IS DETACHED FROM THE TRAILER SO ANOTHER SOLUTION THAT WOULD BE POSSIBLE IS HERE. THIS IS A PREFAB PERMANENT RESTROOM IN HARLAN PLATT SPARK THE TOTAL CAPITAL COST ON THIS ONE BECAUSE IT’S MORE PERMANENT IS TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS AGAIN THEM ALL IN AGAIN PERMITTING REQUIREMENTS WERE WHERE REQUIRED. IT WAS BUILT OFF SITE WAS SHIPPED AND CONNECTED. IT’S VERY DURABLE ITS CONCRETE WALLS AND HAD TO COMPLY WITH ALL REGULATIONS INCLUDING FLOODPLAIN REGULATIONS. AGAIN AN ISSUE FOR US ALONG BOULDER CREEK THE NEXT ONE IS THE LOVELY FACILITY OUT OF BELMONT CITY PARK. THIS WAS SPECIALLY BUILT FOR THE SITE. THIS WAS THE HIGHER COST THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ALL IN THE RESTROOM HAS A SMALL MAINTENANCE GARAGE IN THE REAR HAS SOLAR POWER AGAIN FLOAT PLANE HAD TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN WE DEVELOPED IT AND SO NOW WE WANT TO SHOW YOU ONE THAT DENVER IS CURRENTLY PILOTING DOWN DOWNTOWN DENVER SO THIS IS ESSENTIALLY A FLATBED TRUCK WITH RESTROOMS ON ITS MOVABLE IT IS STAFFED BY DENVER AND THE WORK THAT WE’VE DONE TO UNDERSTAND HOW THEY UM THEY STAFF IT INDICATES THAT IT’S ABOUT SIXTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS A MONTH TO MAINTAIN THIS UNIT MASS WITH STAFFING OUT WHAT DENVER DOES IS THEY MAKE IT AVAILABLE IN THE DOWN TO TOWN CORE IN THE EVENINGS FOR VARIOUS HOURS IN A MOVE IN A COUPLE OF TIMES A WEEK THE LATEST AVAILABILITY THAT THEY HAVE BEEN OPEN FOR HIS MIDNIGHT SO IT’S NOT OPEN FOR AN ENTIRE TWENTY FOUR HOUR PERIOD THEY CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT BUT FOR THE MOST PART THEY GOT MORE THAN ONE OF THEM THEY LARGELY CLOSED BETWEEN NINE AND TEN PM. SO THOSE ARE SOME IDEAS FOR SOME OF THE SANITARY SOLUTIONS THAT WE’VE BEEN HOPEFUL FOR THAT THE STAFF MAKE SURE THAT PEOPLE ARE NOT LOCKING THEMSELVES INTO THE STALLS SEEM TO MAKE SURE THAT THE STALLS ARE REMAINING SAFE AND HOPEFULLY THE PEOPLE ARE NOT CONDUCTING CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES INSIDE THE STALLS AND SAID THAT THEY’RE TRYING TO MAKE SURE THAT EVERYONE THAT COMES THERE FEELS LIKE WHETHER THERE WAS A SINGLE ADULT OR A FAMILY MEMBER A LITTLE KID THAT THEY ARE GOING TO FEEL SAFE IN THAT LOCATION. YOU KNOW HOW MUCH JUST THAT FACILITY COSTS I MEAN WE’RE JUST TALKING ABOUT STAFF RIGHT NOW SIXTEEN THOUSAND A MONTH. UM I BELIEVE THAT A VET MAY KNOW HOW MUCH THE COST WAS WE HAVE WITH HER ABOUT HIS MIKE. I’M SORRY. THANK YOU. WE’VE ASKED FOR THAT INFORMATION WAS STILL TRYING TO GATHER THAT AS WELL AS HOW LONG IT TOOK THEM TO PROCURE IT. AT THIS POINT I’M UNCLEAR AS TO WHETHER THEY’RE RUNNING IT WITH CITY STAFF OR WITH A VENDOR THEY MAY BE LEASING THE EQUIPMENT AND SO WE’RE TRYING TO FIGURE ALL OF THAT OUT THIS IS A VERY NEW PILOT FOR THEM AND WE STILL HAVE A LOT TO LEARN AND WE ARE IN CONTACT WITH THEM AS WELL AS OTHER CITIES IN THE FRONT RANGE TO BEST ASSESS NOT ONLY HOW IT’S WORKING BUT HOW WE MIGHT WORK TOGETHER AND TO UTILIZE LEVERAGE OUR COLLECTIVE PURCHASING POWER SO WE DO HAVE ONE MORE SIGH I THINK THAT IS THE QUESTION MAY BE FOR YOU YA DO WANT US TO PURSUE A MORE PERMANENT RESTROOMS SOLUTION OUTSIDE THE HIGH HAZARD ZONE OR MORE FLEXIBLE OPTIONS SIMILAR TO THE DENVER EXAMPLE TO IMPROVE PUBLIC SANITARY FACILITIES ALONG BOULDER CREEK RECOMMENDATION WOULD BE THAT YOU ASK US TO LOOK INTO IT FURTHER AND THAT WE WILL COME BACK TO YOU WITH THAT BUT WE DON’T BUT IF YOU DON’T WANT US TO MOVE FORWARD BECAUSE THE COST CAN BE HIGH AND WE WERE JUST TRYING TO EXPLAIN DIFFERENT SCENARIOS THAT HAVE HIGHER COST WE DON’T KNOW IF YOU WANT TO DO THAT OR NOT YOU’RE A DESSERT FOR US TO A REESE’S BE ARE YOU ASKING US TO OFFER AS YOU LOOK AT AMD QUESTIONS. LOOKS LIKE YOU’RE ASKING IS BETWEEN HERMAN RIGHT YES RIGHT I’M SORRY. SO THE OTHER RECOMMENDATION BETWEEN TO MY RECOMMENDATION WILL BE THE MORE FLEXIBLE OPTIONS SIMILAR TO THE DENVER EXAMPLE JUST JUST TO CLARIFY THERE LOOKING THE PART OF THE CIVIC AREA PLANNING IS DOWN THE ROAD THAT’S NOT PART OF THAT IN THAT THAT’S NO THAT’S NOT IN THAT SOLUTION SO WE’RE STILL WORKING ON ESSENTIALLY PHASE TWO OF THE CIVIC AREA AND PHASE TWO IS GOING TO INCLUDE MORE PERMANENT RESTROOMS IN THE CIVIC AREA. THE THING THAT I’VE BEEN HEARING FROM COUNCIL IN THE COMMUNITY IS THAT THE LOCATION AS FAR AWAY FROM THE EBEN FINE PARK AREA OF THE NINTH STREET BRIDGE AREA IS DOESN’T WORK AS A GOOD SOLUTION FOR PEOPLE THAT MAY BE WALKING OR RESTING IN THAT AREA ANY OTHER CLARIFICATION QUESTIONS BEFORE WE GIVE OUR OPINIONS YES JANE I WANTED TO ASK A QUESTION ABOUT THOSE IN TEMPORARY FACILITIES THAT THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED THE MANSION AT THE BEGINNING AND YOU FEEL ARE TOTALLY INAPPROPRIATE BUT WE I MEAN WE DO HAVE THOSE IN THE CREEK AREA SOMETIMES WRITE FOR CERTAIN EVENTS WE DO HAVE THEM FOR EVENTS WE HAVE THEM IN LOCATIONS WHERE THEY ARE MORE ABLE TO BE NICE SERVICE AND SO IT’S VERY DIFFICULT TO PUT THEM IN LOCATIONS CLOSER TO THE CREEK WHERE THEY CAN’T BE SERVICED. WE ALSO PUT THEM IN MORE VISIBLE LOCATIONS WHERE FOLKS DON’T EVANGELIZE THEM OR THROW THEM IN THE CREEK AND IF WE PUT THEM IN MORE REMOTE LOCATIONS THAT IS SOMETHING THAT IS I WOULD HAVE TO SAY LIKELY TO HAPPEN THE WAY OUT THE POSSIBILITY OF PUTTING THEM IN IN MORE VISIBLE LOCATION FOR THE MORE REMOTE THE PROBLEM WAS MORE VISIBLE LOCATIONS IS THAT THERE AREN’T MANY OR ANY OUTSIDE OF THE HIGH HAZARD ZONE UNLESS THEY’RE FAR AWAY AND THE POINT IS TO HAVE THEM NOT BE FAR AWAY SO I MIGHT HAVE TO TURN THIS OVER TO A VET BECAUSE SHE DOES KNOW MORE ABOUT IT BUT I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT THIS IS NOT THE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT’S PROBLEM IS A CITYWIDE ISSUE AND WE ALL WANT TO OWN A VERY POSITIVE SOLUTION HERE. SO FOR EXAMPLE ON JUSTICE CENTER MONDAY LIKE IT BUT THE PARKING LOT RIGHT BY THE JUSTICE CENTER IS RIGHT NEXT TO THE CREEK ARM SO I GUESS A PLACE LIKE THAT WE’RE TAKING APART HIS BUT IS KIND OF FRIEND ARE INVISIBLE SO IS SOMETHING LIKE THAT MAYBE I ASSUME VERY THOUGHT OF IT SOME JUST KINDA CURIOUS DOES THAT FALL INTO THE REALM OF SERVICEABLE VISIBLE OR NEAR THE CREEK ANSWER QUESTIONS. SO YES THE THING THAT SHALL NOT BE NAMED YEAH WE BRING THOSE IN FOR EVENTS AND THEY ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL EVENTS THAT ARE OVER HUNDRED PEOPLE EXPECTED THEY DO REQUIRE A FLAT SURFACE. WE HAVE TO BE ABLE TO GET A WATER LINE TO THEM. WE HAVE TO BE ABLE TO SERVICE THEM WHICH MEANS WE USUALLY HAVE TO BRING UP SOME KIND OF VEHICLE VENDORS HAVE TO BE ABLE TO ACCESS AS WE HAVE FOR MANY EVENTS THAT THERE ARE LIMITATIONS TO THE TIME THAT THEY CAN BE IN CERTAIN AREAS SO YOU’RE USUALLY SEEING THEM COME IN FOR A COUPLE DAYS AND THEN LEAVE AGAIN. THAT IS NOT ONLY FOR SERVICING BUT THOSE USUALLY ASSOCIATED WITH THE LENGTH OF TIME THE EVENT IS OCCURRING. THESE MORE FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS WILL ALSO REQUIRE US TO BE ABLE TO HAVE A WATER LINE COMING TO THEM AND FOR THEM TO BE SERVICED I HAVE NOT DONE ALL OF THE WORK WELL THOUGH WE ARE HAPPY TO ADD TO OUR VARIED DEPARTMENTS FOR WHAT MIGHT BE APPROPRIATE LOCATIONS TO JANE’S POINT HOWEVER WE HAVE HAD DIFFICULTY AS WE GET CLOSER TO THE CREEK ITSELF IN HAVING ADEQUATE WATER OR POWER OR FLAT SURFACE THESE ARE ALL SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES WE DID THIS AT THE GOLF COURSE AND IT TAKES QUITE AWHILE TO SOURCE THE MATERIAL AND BUILD THE ABILITY TO BE OUT OF THE FLOODPLAIN AND SERVICE THEM APPROPRIATELY WHEN YOU SEE FOR EXAMPLE THE DENVER MOBILE VEHICLE THAT’S THE KIND OF THING YOU WOULD BE ABLE TO BRING IN AND TAKE OUT THE CHALLENGES WITH THAT ARE YOU PROBABLY NEED TO PUT IT CLOSE ENOUGH TO POWER LINES AND WATER LINES TO SERVICE AND THEN AND OR WE’D HAVE TO MOVE IT REGULARLY AND SO I’M NOT SURE HOW THAT WORKS WERE STILL REALLY INVESTIGATING ALL OF THIS BUT WE WANTED TO BRING IT TO YOUR ATTENTION THAT WE WERE THINKING ABOUT IT AND ARE SENSITIVE TO IT I WOULD BE REMISS IF I ALSO DID NOT POINT NOW THAT ASIDE FROM THE HOURS OF AVAILABILITY THERE ARE SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES WITH SOME OF THESE IN TERMS OF A DA ACTS AS IF TO BUILD RAMPS OFF OF THEM HAVE TO BE ATTACHED OR NOT AND THEN SERVICE SAYING MEANS THAT YOU PROBABLY HAVE TO INSTALL SOME AREA LIGHTING AND SOME OTHER THINGS SO I HAVEN’T DISCUSSED ANY OF THAT FOR EXAMPLE AT THE JUSTICE CENTER WE HAVE EXPERIENCE ALWAYS ENTIRE VANDALISM ONE OF MY COLLEAGUES IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS AND TRY AND FIGURE OUT HOW WE MIGHT ADDRESS SOME OF THOSE THINGS THESE ARE JUST INFRASTRUCTURE OPTIONS BUT JUST TO FOLLOW UP AND SAID AND THERE WAS HELPFUL BUT IT DIDN’T QUITE HEAR AN ANSWER TO SUZANNE’S QUESTION ABOUT WHETHER A PLACE LIKE THE JUSTICE CENTER PARKING LOT FOR EXAMPLE NOT NECESSARILY THAT THAT SOMETHING LIKE THAT IS FEASIBLE FOR IT’S IT’S POSSIBLE BUT I HAVE TO CHECK WITH PERMITS AND I DON’T HAVE THAT INFORMATION AT THIS MOMENT THINGS AND THE PROPERTY IS TO GET A LOOK AT WHO OWNS WHAT KOREAN GAMERS BUT THERE’S THIS QUESTION TO GET AT THE END OF THE BIKE PATH BEFORE YOU GET A FOUR MILE. THERE ARE TWO PORTA POTS ON THE RADIATOR HAVE IN THEIR PERMANENT OR NOT PERMANENTLY BUT THEY’VE BEEN THERE FOR YEARS AND ARE CLEAN AND I KNOW THAT THEY’RE NOT WITH ANYONE. SO WHAT THEY ARE SOLD. NOT THAT FAR FROM THE CREEK. I GUESS THERE’S SOMETHING THAT ALLOWS THEM TO BE THERE PERMANENTLY IN. I’M GUESSING THE HIGH HAZARD OWN MOM THAT I GUESS IT IS SO HONEST AND I KNOW THIS IS OUR ULTIMATE LONG TERM SOLUTION BUT EVEN IF WE DECIDED TO GO THERE WHY WE COULDN’T HAVE SIX MONTHS OF THE YEAR FOR WHATEVER WE ORDER POT IN A PARKING LOT LIKE THAT. I’M SURE THERE’S REASONS WHY I’M JUST TRYING TO UNDERSTAND THAT WE CAN CONTINUE TO EXPLORE THOSE OPTIONS AS WELL I THINK WE’D WANT TO CONSIDER AS WE EVOLVE THESE EIGHT POINT SEVEN MILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT. YOU KNOW HOW WE PRESENT THAT IN THE COMMUNITY AND WE CAN CERTAINLY LOOK AT THAT WE IN FACT DO HAVE YOU KNOW SOME REST FROM INFRASTRUCTURE EVEN CLOSE BY AT THE TEA HOUSE NONE OF THEM ARE AVAILABLE NOR IS THAT AVAILABLE IN ANY CITY THAT I FOUND IN THIS AREA TWENTY FOUR HOURS A DAY AND WE DO HAVE CHALLENGES BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT STAFFED QUESTIONS ARE A COMIN’. IT’S OKAY TO BE READY COME AS U S GOT A QUESTION OF WHO OWNS I MEAN LONG TIME AGO BEFORE THIS CAMPING BAN STARTED I ASKED COULD WE HAVE SOME KIND OF A TENT STRUCTURE ON SIXTH AND IM PROBABLY GOING TO FARTHER BUT ISN’T THAT THE CITY OF BOULDER’S PROPERTY THE PARKING LOT IN THE JUSTICE CENTER’S SET THE COUNTY’S PROPERTY WHO OWNS THAT RIGHT BY THE WOODS YET BY THE FISHING TIME COUNCIL AGREED TO SUPPLY SHOE LACE I DON’T KNOW WHO OWNS IT BUT THE POLICE DEPARTMENT HAS RESPONSIBLY TO HANDLE MATTERS THAT OCCUR IN THE PARKING LOT AND WHERE’S THE COUNTY THE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HANDLES THE ACTUAL PARKING LOT OF THE JUSTICE CENTER. I’M NOT SURE WHO OWNS IT BUT I KNOW THAT WE HAVE PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY TO HANDLE CALLS FOR SERVICE IN THE PARK WERE TALKING ABOUT THE EAST PARK JUST EAST OF THE OF SIX FREE BUT IT SEEMS TO MEAN THAT THAT SITE IS SUITABLY LOCATED JUST IN TERMS OF ON THAT STRETCH THAT YOU HAVE ACCESS TO ELECTRICITY. SO FOR LIGHTING AND I WOULDN’T THINK WATER WOULD BE TOO FAR I SO I’M I’M STRONGLY AGAINST. PUTTING FACILITIES DOWN BY THE CREEK I THINK WE’RE TALKING ABOUT THE WHOLE BASIS BEHIND IT WAS PICTURES OF ENCAMPMENTS AND ALL WE’RE DOING IS FACILITATING AND ENCOURAGING ILLICIT AN UNSUPERVISED AND UNSAFE ENCAMPMENTS. I’M NOT AGAINST AN ENCAMPMENT AND I’LL TALK ABOUT THAT IN JUST A MOMENT BUT BUT BUT THE IDEA THAT THAT WE’RE ENCOURAGING WHICH WE’RE DOING WORK WORK FOR SO WE’RE ENABLING AND FACILITATING IT ESSENTIALLY ILLICIT ENCAMPMENTS WHERE THINGS ARE TAKING PLACE THAT THAT NO ONE IS MONITORING THAT WITH WITH AN AT RISK POPULATION THAT IS AND IT’S HARMFUL TO THE POPULATION AS WELL AS TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY FOR FOR LIKE TWO REASONS WE’VE TALKED ABOUT SO AGAIN I MEAN THIS IN MAYBE STEPPING TOO FAR THOUGH I THINK MAYS TOO LATE TO PLAN FOR THE SUMMER I REALLY THINK WE NEED A SUPERVISED ENCAMPMENT AWAY FROM THE CREEK WITH A BATHROOM FACILITY OR BATHROOM FACILITIES THAT IS SAFE FOR THE PARTICIPANTS AND IS SAFE FOR THE PUBLIC A BOULDER AND IT’S FAR PREFERABLE TO PROVIDING BATHROOMS DOWN BY THE CREEK THAT ESSENTIALLY ENCOURAGES BURYING OUR HEADS IN THE SAND AND LETTING THESE ENCAMPMENTS OCCUR ALONG THE CREEK SO THE OPENING VOLLEY AIR I JUST CAN SAY TOTALLY AGREE WITH ANDREW I THINK ONE AT THE BIGGER ISSUES HERE IS THAT RIGHT NOW WE HAVE AFTER ME FIRST WE HAVE NO EMERGENCY NIGHT EDSON I KNOW THAT’S NOT YOUR ISSUE OR NOT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT TODAY. IT IS THE CITY’S ISSUES AND I THINK ERM THE OTHER THING IS THAT WE HAVE NO DAY SHELTER AND I WOULD AGREE WITH THEM AND RUIN HIS COMMENT IN THAT WE NEED TO IDENTIFY SOME KIND OF FACILITY WHERE WE HAVE YEAR ROUND NIGHT SHELTER AND YEAR ROUND DAY SHELTER AND WE’RE GOING TO BE AT MAY FIRST HERE PRETTY SOON AND WE CAN HAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO ARE VIOLATING OUR ORDINANCES TO KNOW I’M GOING ASK YOU THE ANSWER THAT QUESTION DO YOU WANT. PROBABLY NOT. POLLY LEE SAY AGREE WITH YOUR INTEREST IN THOSE OTHER FACILITIES IS WELL AND INJURE HIM GRIEF ABOUT THE NEED TO LOOK INTO THAT LEGAL ENCAMPMENT BUT I THINK BATHROOMS DON’T ENABLE ILLEGAL BEHAVIOR THEY MEET FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN NEED IN US SO I THINK BY PUTTING THE BATHROOM AND YOU’RE JUST YOU KNOW HELPING PEOPLE OUT THERE AND THAT’S NOT JUST PEOPLE WHO ARE HOMELESS IT’S PEOPLE WHO ARE USING THE CREEK FACILITIES OF THE BIKE PATH OR WHATEVER WITH WHOEVER HAPPEN MIGHT HAPPEN TO BE THERE SAID I THINK THERE IS A SERIOUS LACK OF BATHROOM FACILITIES DOWN THERE AND IT’S I THINK WE COULD WITHOUT SANCTIONING ILLEGAL BEHAVIOR WE COULD MAKE OUR CLEANLINESS PROBLEMS BETTER BY HAVING BATHROOMS AND MEAN IMPORTANT HUMAN NEEDS SO I WOULD VERY MUCH SUPPORT EXPLORING BATHROOM FACILITIES. I LIKE SO I THINK SOME OF THESE FLEXIBLE OPTIONS THAT YOU’RE LOOKING OUT HAVE A LOT OF PROMISE. SO PLEASE DO INVESTIGATE THEM AND I’M CERTAINLY AND I’M OPEN TO HAVING IT WHILE WE’RE WORKING ON THAT COUPLE PORTA POTTY SIN IN A LOCATION THAT’S IT SAFE AND SERVICEABLE IN THE MEANTIME I’M A JUMP IN HERE. I FEEL THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT THIS EIGHT YEARS AIR AND I THINK NOBODY SHOULD BE HAVING TO CLEAN UP HUMAN WASTE ALONG THE CREEK. THOMAS ALSO A HEALTH HAZARD ON AS A MUCH LOVED AMENITY AND I DON’T THINK WE’RE FACILITATING OR ATTRACTING THEM. WE ARE PREVENTING A HAZARD AND SO I GUESS I DO FEEL STRONGLY THAT WHAT WE’RE DOING NOW. GOD BLESS YOU ALL FOR THE HARDWORKING DOING. IT’S NOT YET ENOUGH ON IN TERMS OF ADDRESSING THAT AND I THINK WE NEEDED THAT AS YOU DO IT ANY I THINK WE TWEET CITY NEEDS TO ADAPT ITS APPROACH AND PROVIDE SOME FACILITIES SO THAT PEOPLE ARE HAVING TO CLEAN UP ON I’M NOT SURE THAT IT’S A MAGIC BULLET BY ANY STRETCH BUT I THINK IT’S WORTH TRYING TO SEE IF THAT DOESN’T IMPROVE THE SITUATION IN BOULDER CREEK IS AN IMPORTANT FACILITY IS OUT OF COMPLIANCE IN TERMS OF POLLUTION AND THIS WILL ONLY HELP IT SO I GUESS I FEEL STRONGLY WE SHOULD AS WE VISITED THE PACIFIC AREA ABSOLUTELY THOSE FIGURE OUT BEAUTIFUL WAYS TO DO IT BUT THAT’S YEARS DOWN THE ROAD SO IN THE INTERIM WHAT ARE SOME GREAT WAYS TO ADDRESS A SOLUTION AND IN THE NEXT FEW MONTHS WHAT ARE SOME TEMPORARY THINGS WHILE WE FIGURE OUT DEPENDING ON HOW LONG THIS TAKES. YEAH I I DO THINK IT’S TIME FOR US TO DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT I’M AGREE WITH THEM. THIS IS AN ERRAND I THINK THAT WE DO NEED FACILITIES DOWN THERE LONG TERM CAN BE BEAUTIFUL IN PARTS OF OCCURRENCE ON SO FORTH. HIS ANSWER WHEN WE GOT LOTS OF PARTIES ARE LOTS OF TRAILS MISSING WORK JUST FINE I THINK THE WHOLE ISSUE OF PEOPLE THROWN INTO CREEKS TREES WHICH IS BOLTED DOWN. I MEAN THAT SEE THIS SOLUTIONS AND LESS THAN SIXTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS MONTH THERE SEEMS TO ME SO I WOULD GO AS TEMPORARY ACEH IS POSSIBLE TIME WITH AARON’S AND THAT WE SHOULD PUT HIM IN WE SHOULD PUT HIM IN EVERY FEW YARDS OF THAT MEANS OUR BODIES FOR A WHILE THAT’S FINE WE SHOULD ADDRESS THE ISSUE RIGHT NOW LIKE NEXT WEEK. NOT LIKE SPEND MONTHS STUDYING THIS AND TALK ABOUT SPENDING THREE DOLLARS ON BATHROOMS WHO DON’T KNOW THIS WILL EVEN GO SO I WOULD TAKE ARE THE PROBLEM STRAIGHT AWAY SO WE’RE HAPPY WITH WITH SOLUTIONS LIKE THAT. I DON’T THINK THEY WILL BE SILVER BULLETS OR MERELY QUOTE WE’RE GOING TO END UP WITH EVEN IF WE DO AN ENCAMPMENT SOMEWHERE AT SOME POINT IS PEOPLE WHO DON’T WANT TO BE THERE TO SIGHT THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO DON’T WANT TO BE IN THE SHELTER SOMETIME SO DID FRED WILL BE A SILVER BULLET BUT I DO CONCUR ON THE HALL THAT WILL REDUCE A PROBLEM THAT IS A SANITATION PROBLEM I WOULD LIKE TO SEE MORE PERMANENT SOLUTION AND I WOULD BE WILLING TO ENTERTAIN SOME SOLUTIONS THAT ARRIVES PORTA POTTY SOMETIME DURING A PORTA POTTY SOON BUT IF WE FIND THAT THESE OTHER SOLUTIONS WHICH MIGHT INCLUDE A SHOWER FACILITY IN SOME OF THEM WOULD BE SOMETHING THAT WOULD MAYBE WE COULD PARK IN THE JUSTICE CENTER PARKING LOT FOR THREE DAYS A WEEK AND MOVE IT SOMEWHERE ELSE FOR A FEW DAYS A WEEK THAT MIGHT BE A BETTER SOLUTION THAN A PORTA POTTY SO I WOULDN’T GET TIED INTO THAT FOR THE LONG RUN BUT I WOULDN’T MIND SEEING IT IN THE SHORT RUN I THINK THE JUSTICE CENTER PARKING LOT IS ONE WHICH IS MAYBE A NO BRAINER BECAUSE YOU CAN FIND PARTS MAY BE OUT OF THE HIGH HAZARD ZONE THERE WHICH I THINK WE SHOULDN’T IN OUR STAFF IS RAISING THESE ISSUES BECAUSE THEY ARE REAL ISSUES I MEAN YOU DON’T WANT PEOPLE BEING WIPED OUT BY FLOODS IN COURT BY THE END IT’S NOT BUT WHAT GOOD HEALTH AND SAFETY EITHER SO I WILL SUPPORT BOTH GOING FORWARD SOONER WITH THE PORTA POTTY BUT I WOULD LIKE TO SEE STAFF IF THEY COME UP WITH AN INTERESTING FLEXIBLE OPTION THAT CAN BE IMPLEMENTED PRIOR TO PHASE TWO OF THE CIVIC AREA MASTER PLAN. I’D BE INTERESTED IN SEEING THAT I’M OPEN TO DISCUSSING SOME POTENTIAL OTHER SOLUTIONS BUT I DON’T THINK WILL GET THAT DONE TONIGHT SO I’LL JUST SAVE COMMENT ON THAT SITE SUPPORT INVESTIGATING OR TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION IS YES AND BUT ONE THING THAT I WOULD JUST RECOMMEND IS TO GO BACK AND MOM LOOK AT THEM THE COMMUNE DI RESPONSE TO WHEN THE PUBLIC RESTROOMS WHEN IN AT THE MALL THERE WAS A LOT OF CONCERN IN ERROR AND CALM CONVERSATIONS REGARDING ITS USES AND POTENTIAL USES SO I JUST GO BACK AND REVISIT WHAT THE CONVERSATION WAS AROUND THAT WHEN THAT WENT UP AND LIGHTENED IN COLOR THE YOUNG MEN AND ALSO THE ISSUE THE REAL ISSUES THAT WERE ASSOCIATED WITH USING THAT FACILITY AND THEN AT SOME PERIOD IT BECAME REALLY UNUSABLE AND END ARE WE CREATING SOMETHING THAT WE DON’T WANT TO CREATE SELF SOOTHE MY DAD CLASSICAL MUSIC OF ANY NEW FACILITIES AS WELL WRITE I WRITE BUT I MEAN I WAS HERE AND THERE WAS BILL LONG TIME AGO N DAT THAT WAS FINE IT WHEN IT FIRST WENT IN AND IT WAS A MESS FOR A LONG TIME AFTER SO IT DIDN’T FUNCTION SO YOU NO LONGER AT WHATEVER BEST PRACTICES WE’VE COME UP WITH MANAGING THAT PUBLIC FACILITY AND OTHERS. I MEAN IF IT’S HOURS OF OPERATION IF IT’S HOW FREQUENT MCLEAN YES I THINK WE SHOULD AT LEAST USE THOSE IN BOTH THE PORTA POTTY STAGE AND THIS STAGE BECAUSE YOU KNOW THAT MIGHT BE THAT YOU GET BETTER LONGEVITY OUT OF IT AND BETTER SERVICE FOR PEOPLE IF YOU MANAGE IT BY LOCKING IT FOR CERTAIN HOURS FOR ME JUST I DON’T KNOW BUT WHATEVER WORKS DOWNTOWN MIGHT BE SOMETHING WE LOOK AT DOING I ALSO THINK THAT THIS IS SLIGHTLY OFF BUT ONE OF THE TWO A PROJECTS IS TO PUT LIGHTING ALONG THE CREEK AND I DIDN’T I THINK THAT THAT’S ALSO PART OF THIS LARGER TRANSLATION OF MAKING SURE THAT THE DECREE WAS RECLAIMED BY THE PUBLIC AT LARGE IN AS A SAFER PLACE TO THE PORTA POTS BUT I THINK THAT THOSE SOME OF THE SOLUTIONS GO TOGETHER OTHERS HAVEN’T SPOKEN ON THIS YOU WANT TO SPEAK IT AGAIN THIS IS THE QUESTION PRESENTED THIS TRIP BUT WE HAVE A LOT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT THE CITY IS THINKING ABOUT IS THAT IS WHAT WE WERE SENT AS THE BIN THEM TO OUR PACKET WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN OR WHAT’S WHAT’S HOW REESE MR. REID THAT MY VIEWS THAT’S WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN BUT WILL BE COMING BACK FOR ADDITIONAL DOLLARS TO MAKE IT SO IT’S YET TO SECURE WORLD THAT LONG LIST OF TWENTY SEVEN TEETHING BUT I WAS ASKING ABOUT IS BECAUSE THIS IS JUST A SUMMARY OF AN EIGHT PAGE PACKET NEMO JUST I IT’S UNCLEAR TO ME WHAT WHAT FOLKS DECIDED MAYBE JUST ME WITH RESPECT TO THE WHETHER IT’S A PORTA POTTY OR MM OR MORE STABLE OPTION OBVIOUSLY. MAY MY VIEW CLEAR IN TERMS OF HAVING AN ALTERNATIVE PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO SLEEP BUT THAT BEING SAID AND DO BODILY FUNCTIONS. THAT BEING SAID I JUST AGAIN I THINK THE PARTIES THEMSELVES ARE ARE ARE CHALLENGING FOR SO MANY REASONS I THINK THAT I’VE HEARD THAT THAT WE HAVE ISSUES WITH SERVICE TO OUR CAR A PORTA POTTY IS BECAUSE OF ALL OF THE NEEDLES AND RAZOR THINGS ASSOCIATED WITH THEM OF THE VANDALISM ISSUES I DON’T THINK YOU CAN BOLT INTO THE GROUND AND SERVICE THEM AND AND SO THEN SO FOR ME. IF YOU’RE GOING DOWN THE PATH OF PROVIDING A LOCATION FOR PEOPLE TO USE FACILITIES AND KNOWING THAT THEY’RE GOING TO SLEEP NEARBY I WOULD PREFER TO SEE MORE OF A SUBSTANTIAL SUM TO SOMETHING MORE SUBSTANTIVE THAT’S NOT GOING TO GET VANDALIZED IT SAFER LIKE TO SEE SOMETHING SUPERVISED SO THAT PEOPLE FEEL WELCOME IT’S NOT TAKEN OVER BY WITH RESPECT TO ILLICIT ACTIVITY THE CHALLENGE OF COURSE IS THAT IF YOU CLOSE THESE IN THE EVENING. GUESS WHAT WE’RE NOT SOLVING THE PROBLEM OR JUST HAVE THE SAME WASTE DEPOSITED ON MY LONG SO I’M NOT AND THE WASTE WE’VE HEARD ABOUT IS AGAIN IT’S NOT JUST FECAL MATTER. WE’RE TALKING ABOUT YOU KNOW ALL SORTS OF OTHER THINGS WE’VE HEARD THE PEOPLE COME IN AND DESCRIBE WHAT THEY’VE CLEANED UP NEEDLES AND VARIOUS OTHER TYPES OF THINGS THAT ARE RATHER UNSAVORY AND SAVORING CONTAIN BODILY FLUIDS ONE THAT’S NOT GOING INTO INTO THESE FACILITIES IN FACT YOU’RE GOING TO PUT THINGS LIKE THAT IN A LOT OF THESE FACILITIES AND SO I’M WONDERING HOW MUCH WE’RE GOING TO HELP THE SITUATION BUT AGAIN I CERTAINLY WOULD RATHER SEE SOMETHING MORE SUBSTANTIVE THAN JUST A PORTA POTTY THINK IF YOU TELL ME THIS NOTION OF YOU ARE LOOKING INTO IT BECAUSE WE ARE INTEREST AGAIN IF WE DECIDE WE’RE INTERESTED IN SOME NEAR TERM SOLUTIONS EVEN AS WE LOOK TO LONGER TERM CIVIC OR A SOLUTION ON THE WE OPEN TO WHAT STAFF WANTS TO BRING BACK TO US ALONG THE SPECTRUM ALL MOBILE VERSUS PORTA POTS OR SOMETHING ELSE IN BETWEEN I’D LIKE TO HEAR TWO THINGS FROM STAFF AND THE RELATIVELY SHORT TERM THE FIRST IS REPORT ON IF WE DEPORTED BY THESE HOW HOW IT’S GOING BECAUSE I’M CURIOUS TO SEE IF IT MAKES AN IMPROVEMENT IN THE FECAL MATTER OR NOT IF AMAZING IMPROVEMENT AND YOU KNOW PEOPLE HAVING THEIR NEEDS MET. SO I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT IS FOUND BY STAFF WITHIN FOUR TO SIX WEEKS JUST TO MAKE SURE THAT WE’RE NOT MISSING SOMETHING IMPORTANT HERE BUT I AGREE WITH YOUR AND OR I WOULD PREFER TO SEE AND NOT BE PORTA POTTY IS PLASTIC TEMPORARY TOILETS IN THE LONG RUN I’D PREFER TO SEE SOMETHING LIKE WE SAW THERE FROM THE DENVER THING AND ULTIMATELY PERM THAT BUT I THINK YOU KNOW THERE’S A BUS IN SAN FRANCISCO THAT GOES AROUND AND PROVIDE SHOWERS AS WELL AND SO THERE’S OTHER THINGS THAT WE COULD LOOK AT THAT OUR WAYS TO IMPROVE PEOPLE’S LIFE AND MAYBE HAVE OTHER CONTACTS WITH THEM SO THAT WE CAN TELL THEM ABOUT ADDITIONAL SERVICES NOT JUST ANOTHER CONTACT OPPORTUNITY WHEN YOU HAVE THAT SERVICE FACILITY WHATEVER DOES SO I’M CURIOUS TO HEAR WHAT STAFF COMES UP WITH REASON I’M SUPPORTING PORTA POTTY IS NOW IS BECAUSE WE KNOW CITY PROCESSES CAN TAKE A LONG TIME AND THEY CAN BE STAFF LIMITED SO I WOULD PREFER TO SEE IS MAKE PROGRESS ON IT SOONER THAN LATER AND I GUESS I WOULD ALSO ADD IN THIS ISSUE OF TARPS IS A HUGE PROBLEM HAVING HIM DOWN BY THE CREEK FROM HIM IF I FEEL THAT INSTANT PART OF THE SOLUTION IF I MEAN YOU WALK INTO UNION STATION YOU INTO THE BATHROOM THERE’S A SHARP DISPOSAL PLAYING IN SO WE’RE GOING TO BE WORKING WITH ELDER COUNTY TO FIND OUT HOW TO GET SHARP CONTAINERS SINCE INSTALLED IS WRONG OR PLACED APPROPRIATELY ALONG THE CREEK I THINK THAT THAT ME ALSO NOTED THAT SCRIPTURE CHAIN THINK YOU DESERVE IS A VERY SERIOUS PROBLEM BUT I AGREE VERY MUCH WITH WHAT SAM SAID AND INJURES MOST RECENT POINT ABOUT MORE PERMANENT THINGS I THINK TANNER’S POINT I THINK TRASH DISPOSAL I THINK WOULD BE ANOTHER PIECE OF THIS IF WE CAN DO IT IN TO THIS IF WE CAN HAVE A COUPLE BIG TRASH BINS ALONG WITH UR BEST THING THERE CAN BE EMPTIED AT THE SAME TIME IS THE INSIDE I KNOW THAT THAT IMPOSES MORE WORK BUT IT MIGHT REDUCE WERE CLEANING UP ALONG THE CREEK SO TRASHED OF DIFFERENT KINDS IT WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE A BETTER DISPOSAL OPTIONS FOR THOSE AS WELL WHAT I DO HAVE A CONCERN WITH THE PARTY’S HOME IN OAKLEY JUST TELL A STORY ABOUT THEIR USE TO BE WON OVER BY KC AND OFTEN TIMES THERE WERE PEOPLE LIKE TO KNIT SIDEWAYS SO THE SAND THE SURF. SO THERE ARE EIGHT COUNCIL MEMBERS HERE TONIGHT FOR OUR HAVE INDICATED A DESIRE FOR PORTA POTTY THESE THREE HAVE INDICATED NOT A DESIRE FOR PORTA POTTY IS AND ONE HAS NOT SPOKEN. SO I’M NOT SURE WHAT STAFF SHOULD DO WELL JUST THOSE OF US WHOSE ETHICS ARE OPEN A PORT A POTTY. I AM WITH THE STAFF TO COME BACK WITH THEIR BEST TEMPORARY SOLUTION THAT’S WHAT I’M OPEN TO IT DON’T HAVE TO BE PORTER PARTIES JUST PUT A PLACE UNKNOWN TECHNOLOGY THAT YOU CAN CALL UP AND WENT TO MY SELF IS A SPEED FACTOR THERE BUT I’M NOT WEDDED TO A PARTICULAR SOLUTION OTHER THAN HAVING ONE SOONER RATHER THAN LATER FOR THE SHORT GRASS A QUESTION OF EXAMS TO GO HERE AMONG THE FOUR WHO OR NEUTRAL OR TYPE FOR A POTTY HOW WOULD YOU ALL FEEL ABOUT A PILOT WHICH YOU REALLY PUT IN EFFECT LIKE NEXT WEEK AND TRIED FOR SIX WEEKS WHILE YOU’RE EXPLORING THESE OTHER THINGS ANDREW AND OTHERS THAT ARE POSTED THAT IT WOULD SOLVE AN IMMEDIATE PROBLEM WOULD BUY US SOME TIME AND WE MIGHT FIND OUT IT’S WONDERFUL SOLUTION IF IT’S REALLY REALLY IDEA WE WOULD HAVE COST AS MUCH OF ANYTHING I GUESS THAT THERE’S A QUESTION HERE ABOUT WHAT YOU THINK YOU WOULD PROBABLY BE HELPFUL AND ARE CLOSELY ALIGNED COUNCIL TO HEAR WHAT YOUR THOUGHTS ARE SITTING ON THIS ONE I REALLY WAS INTERESTED IN WHAT STEPHEN WAS GOING TO BRING BACK TO US UM I AM NOT A FAN OF THE PORTER BUDDIES. I THINK HIS AIM IS NO CHANCE IT’S GOING TO WORK THEM THEY WILL BE VANDALIZED WILL BE TRASHED MAYBE NOT AND THEY WON BUT SOMEWHERE ALONG THE LINE AND I JUST DON’T THINK IT’S A SOLUTION AND I WAS A QUESTION WE PUT THEM HIGH HAZARD ZONE ALL OF THAT STUFF WE DO BY THE WAY THE PARKING LOT IS MOSTLY OWNED BY THE COUNTY. WE OWN THE SOUTHERN PART OF IT AMAZINGLY I SUSPECT WE’D MISS LISA TO THEM THOUGH BECAUSE THERE ARE CARS PARKED IN THAT PORTION OF IT. I DON’T THINK WE CAN ASSUME THAT WE WILL BE ABLE TO PUT SOMETHING THERE I WOULDN’T ASSUME THAT ALL I MIGHT BE A SPRY I THINK THEY SHOULD BE SOME FACILITIES ALONG THE CREEK AND GET ME WRONG BUT I THINK THE REAL PROBLEM IS I DON’T ASSUME THAT WE SHOULD HAVE PEOPLE CAMPING THERE IN ETERNITY AND THUS NO I WOULDN’T SAY THAT I THINK A LOT OF PEOPLE DO. I DON’T THINK NOBODY DOES IS THE RADIANCE COUNCIL. I EVEN THERE. I DON’T THINK NOBODY DOES. SO I THINK WE NEED TO ASSUME THAT THAT’S NOT GOING TO BE A PERMANENT STATE. WE NEED TO MAKE IT NOT A PERMANENT STATE AND THEN YOU COME UP WITH DIFFERENT SOLUTIONS AND THAT’S THE PROBLEM WE’RE TRYING TO SOLVE ONE PROBLEM IT IS BASED ON SOMETHING THAT REALLY SHOULD NOT BE CONTINUING AND YOU COME UP WITH A DIFFERENT SOLUTION IF THEY WEREN’T CONTINUING AND THAT’S WHY I’M NOT TOO THRILLED WITH SOME TEMPORARY SOLUTIONS THAT ARE GOING TO WORK I WOULD LIKE STAFF TO TAKE A LOOK AT THIS THING MAYBE SOMETHING LIKE DENVER’S DOING COULD MAKE SENSE IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES. UM AT THE MOMENT I CAN’T IMAGINE THOUGH SOMETHING BEING OPEN TWENTY FOUR HOURS A DAY SO IT’S NOT GOING TO SOLVE ALL THE PROBLEMS AND I DON’T THINK ANYTHING’S GOING TO SOLVE ALL THE TRASH PROBLEMS EITHER DOESN’T MEAN YOU DON’T TRY TO BITE OFF SOME OF THE METS RELATED SAY ANYTHING TO SAY BUT STAFF IS GOING THE RIGHT DIRECTION OF LET’S INVESTIGATE SOME OF THESE OTHER SOLUTIONS WHICH I THINK IS THE RIGHT THING TO DO EVEN IF THEY ARE TEMPORARY BUT PROBABLY NOT REPORTED BUT NICE WELL I GUESS A QUICK POTTY STORY TO KNOW WE’RE ONE OF A PORTA POTTY STORY ONE OF OUR MANY PARKS IS ON COLUMBIA CEMETERY AND I WORK THIRD SOMETIMES AS A VOLUNTEER AND INVARIABLY WHEN WE SHOP IN THE MORNING. THEY’RE ALL MOST PEOPLE SLEEP IN THERE WE CONSUME OUT OF IT HAS BEEN A PORTA POTTY THERE FOR LONG AS I REMEMBER RESPECT TWO THOUSAND AND NINE SE PORTA POTTY SAME PLACE NEVER BEEN TIPPED OVER THE MANTLE AS FAR AS I KNOW WORKS PERFECTLY WELL THOUGH MOST PEOPLE USE IT IS OPEN TWENTY FOUR HOURS A DAY SO I MEAN THERE IS AN EXAM IS RIGHT NEXT TO A CREEK SO THERE’S AN EXAMPLE A PORTA POTTY IN A PARK THAT ACTUALLY WORKS. SO I DON’T WANT US TO MAKE ASSUMPTIONS THAT THIS WON’T WORK AS WELL AS TO TRY FOR A FEW WEEKS. OKAY SO UH OKAY WELL SO I ALSO WANT TO JUST POINT OUT THE OBVIOUS TO EVERYBODY THAT IN MAYBE THE LARGER HOMELESS ISSUES COMING TO US WHICH DAY SHELTERING AND IN THIS OTHER ISSUE OF AN EMERGENCY SHELTER AND THAT WHOLE SUITE OF THINGS COMING BACK TO US AND THAT OF COURSE IS THE BIGGER THING BUT MEANWHILE THIS IS THAT AN IMMEDIATE LEAST TEMPORARY RESPONSE TO AN EXISTING NEED TO SELL BUT I DO WANNA SAY WE’RE NOT PRETENDING THAT THIS HAS IN ANY WAY ADDRESSING THE LARGER HOMELESS ISSUE WHICH WILL BE ADDRESSED AND MAY I JUST WANTED TO MAKE WHAT WE DO AND WHAT DID YOU THAT I COUNT THAT MORE PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED IN SOME SORT OF TEMPORARY SOLUTION A LITTLE AGNOSTIC ON EXACTLY WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE BUT WITH MAYBE WISHING IT WOULD HAPPEN SOONER RATHER THAN LATER AND THEN THERE ARE SEVERAL PEOPLE THAT ARE AGAINST IT AND I CONNECT MY PHONE A FRIEND AND GIVE JANA KOHL OKAY AS YET. I DON’T THINK WE CAN GET MORE CLARITY TO TONIGHT BECAUSE WE HAVE AN EVEN NUMBER OF COUNCIL MEMBERS SO WE WILL PROCEED WITH ALL DELIBERATE SPEED TO UNDERSTAND A TEMPORARY SOLUTION BRING IT BACK TO SEE GOING TO GO FORWARD WE WILL LIKELY BRING IT BACK TO SEE ELISE YOU KNOW WHAT WE’RE DOING AND IF WE ENCOUNTER PROBLEMS WITH LOCATION YOU WERE GOING TO HAVE TO COME BACK TO HIM TALK ABOUT THAT BUT WE’LL WORK AS HARD AS WE CAN TO GET SOMETHING DONE BUT IT’S NOT GOING TO BE THAT WHICH SHALL NOT BE NAMED. OKAY RIGHT. OH WELL WE HAVE ONE LAST QUICK THING THEY LOOK GOOD ON THIS ONE. THAT’S ONE LESS THING IS I LOOK AT YOUR CHART WHICH IS BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS APPLICATION NOTICE WE DO HAVE A LOT EXCEPT FOR YOU CAN SEE WE DON’T HAVE ANY SO THEREFORE WE ARE KNOW WHAT THE PROCEDURE IS A STUDY SESSION HERE BUT MAYBE JUST SUGGESTING THAT WE KEEP THAT ONE OPEN FOR A LOWER RATE. I THINK STEPHEN IN YET. STEPHEN HOLDEN OPENED THE SUMMIT OF DEATH ALREADY. THEY WERE PRETTY COOL AT THE RESTAURANT THERE WAS A THREE YEAR TERM ON THAT ONE AND THE PERSON CANT REPLY I CAN SEE THERE WAS A THREE YEAR TERM. UM AND THE PERSON CAN’T RE APPLY MAYBE THE PERSON WHO DOES WELL FOR SOME BOOKS THAT IT IS THE SHELF AND YOU CAN REPLY SHE’S UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT HE CAN’T REPLY BECAUSE SHE HAS TO WAIT TWO YEARS TO DO SO CAN REPLY NO IT’S NOT TRUE. SO SHE REALLY WANTS TO RE APPLY SO THAT SHE IS THE ABSOLUTE

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