The Commerce City Council will meet Monday, Nov. 18, at 6:00 p.m. at the Commerce Civic Center.
Items expected to be on the agenda include:
•approval of a memorandum of understanding with the Commerce School System regarding each party’s responsibilities pertaining to the employment of a school resource officer
•approval of the Commerce Library Board’s plan for a new memorial garden
•consideration of a recommendation of the Commerce Planning Commission that the city’s zoning ordinance be amended to create an R-6 classification for fee-simple (owner occupied) townhouses or condominiums
•election of a new member of the Commerce Planning Commission to fill the seat held by Kyle Moore, who resigned after being named to and then re-elected to the District 2 seat on the Commerce Board of Education
•the reappointment of Ward 5 councilman Johnny Eubanks to the Downtown Development Authority as the city’s liaison with the DDA
•the certification of the Nov. 5 election results.
•the appointment of someone to fill the position on the Commerce Civic Center and Tourism Authority to replace Cindy Fink
•recognition of the November “employee of the month”
•reports from finance director James Wascher, city manager Pete Pyrzenski, police chief John Gaissert and city attorney John Stell