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Meeting of City Council's Intergovernmental Affairs Commitee

Tuesday, February 13th, 2024 at 1:30 to 3:00PM, Penfield Tate II Municipal Building, Conf Room W101

(Option to join the meeting remotely)

Meeting location:

Penfield Tate Municipal Building, Conference Room W101

1777 Broadway Street

Boulder, CO 80302

Agenda

1. Consideration of a Commitee Recommendation to Revise Policy Statement – Below are the Policy Statement “Principles” & “Positions” that city staff recommend be revised in response to the listed council member requests. The revised language appears in red-line format in the attached “Proposed Revisions to 2024 Policy Statement.
• Principle, Support for city program – CM Marquis
• Position 15, Protect elections . . . from artificial intelligence misinformation – CM Speer
• Position 21, Provide increased support for renters to find and retain housing – CM Adams
• Position 24, Qualified support for state involvement in land use matters – CM Marquis
2. Commitee Consideration/Reconsideration on Positions on Bills
- Allow Accessory Dwelling Units (HB24-1152, Support, if Amended, Rep. Amabile)
i. Requested amendment “Ensure city may incentivize owner occupancy, long-term rental of ADUs and support for intergenerational living arrangements. Also have such local programs eligible for the state's ADU Fee Reduction and Encouragement Grant Program.”
ii. Calendar: Tuesday, Feb. 27th at 1:30pm in House Transportation, Housing and Local Government Commitee
- Candidate Election Deepfake Disclosures (HB24-1147, No Position)
i. Calendar: Monday, February 26th at 1:30pm, House State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs
-Tax Credit for Low-Income Renters (SB24-146, No Position, Sen. Kolker & Hansen)
i. Calendar: Thursday, February 22, upon adjournment, Senate Finance Commitee
3. Feedback Sought: Bills to Update Council with on February 15 – Sugges􀆟ons below.
• Transit
i. Methods to Increase the Use of Transit (Support, Sens. Priola and Jaquez Lewis and Rep. Vigil, SB24-032)
ii. RTD Reform, (No Position, awaiting introduction)
iii. DRCOG RTA Authority (No Position, awaiting introduction)
iv. Increased Road User Fees for Statewide Transit Needs (No Position, Sen. Fenberg, awaiting introduction)
• Vision Zero
I. Vulnerable Road User Protection Enterprise (Support, Sens. Winter and Cuter, SB24-036)
ii. Mobile Electronic Devices Used While Driving (Support, Sen. Hansen, SB24-065)
• Affordable
i. Allow Accessory Dwelling Units (HB24-1152, Support, if Amended, Rep. Amabile)
ii. Tax Credit for Low-Income Renters (SB24-146, No Position, Sen. Kolker & Hansen)
• Other
i. Local Authority to Regulate Pesticides (Support, Rep. Kipp and Sen. Cuter and Jaquez Lewis, HB24-1178)

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Note: The meeting will be open to the public to attend and listen in, either in person or virtually. However, the public will not be permitted to participate.