This week’s meetings

More information about each of these meetings is available on the City website:

The Golden Urban Renewal Authority (GURA) is meeting tonight (4/11) at 6;30 in City Council Chambers.  The meeting will be broadcast live through the City website.  One of the priorities for the Colfax URA district is improving pedestrian connectivity and walkability.  The city may apply to CDOT for a grant for pedestrian and bike improvements along west Colfax.

The Local Liquor Licensing Authority meets at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon (Tuesday 4/12) in City Council chambers.  Most of this agenda is carried over from last month, since last month’s meeting was postponed by snow.

Toppings and More restaurant at 14799 6th Ave is being sold to “Citizen Thai Bistro.”  Marcelos Mexican Restaurant, currently located in the Canyon Point shopping area, plans to open a satellite restaurant in the old Elote’s Cafe location at 2600 East St.  Trailhead Taphouse & Kitchen, which plans to open on 12th Street in the location formerly occupied by the 5 Star Bakery, is applying for a new license.

Pho Golden is renewing their license.  The Courtyard Inn has filed a change of registered manager.  The 7-Eleven store to be built at 44th and McIntyre is applying for a new license.  Several restaurants and liquor stores are asking to pay fines rather than face suspension after serving liquor to a minor in January.  Learn more on the City website.

The Economic Development Commission meets tomorrow night (4/12) at 6:30 in the Planning office, 1445 10th St.  They will discuss several projects, including the Traxion Accelerator that EdComm is sponsoring; a CSM Golden Start-Up event to be held on 4/27; the Bell iSTEM program that EdComm supports; upcoming Economic Development Awards, and an NREL Tech Transfer event.

Wednesday night (4/13) the public is invited to the North Clear Creek Neighborhoods Plan meeting, from 5:30-7 at the Community Center (1470 10th St.).  Learn more….

City Council will meet Thursday night (April 14th) at 6:30 in City Council Chambers.  The Mayor will proclaim Arbor Day, April 15th, and Earth Day, April 22nd.  The Sustainability Board  will bestow some Sustainability Awards to individuals and/or community groups.  They will be asked to approve a budget amendment to cover a bunch of things, such as utility line replacement, water storage tank, reservoir improvements, drainage improvements, street improvements, playground upgrades, etc.  As always, check the meeting packet for the details.