The Arapahoe City Council met on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 to discuss and take action on agenda items. Mayor John E. Koller called the meeting at 7:37 p.m. and took roll call. Councilmen present were John Paulsen, Todd Monie, Chris Middagh and Troy tenBensel. Councilmen Ward Carpenter and Dan Kreutzer were not present for the meeting. City staff present were Greg Schievelbein and Kevin Urbom; absent was Nicole Kubik. Visitors welcomed to the meeting were Darcy Schatz and Scott Moore.
At 7:40 p.m., a public hearing was held to take action on the application for a Class C liquor license for the Arapahoe Fun Center d/b/a Tornado Alley. A motion was made tenBensel, seconded by Middagh to approve the liquor license application. Motion carried 4-0.
The Council approved the October 7th regular meeting minutes and the claims for the period of October 8 - 21 for $71,625.94.
A motion was made by Monie, seconded by Paulsen to approve the variance for Vern Martin’s building permit to allow placement of sidewalk at the curb. Motion carried 4-0.
A motion was made by Middagh, seconded by Paulsen to approve the following building permits: James Taylor, privacy fence, front deck, board walk, carport; Jeff Moore, storage building; Bill Beins, adding pitched roof; Ervin Huxoll, storage/mud room addition; Clinton Omsted, cement drive between garages; T.M. Gill, concrete pad; Dan Warner, privacy fence, concrete patio, sign on building; Vernon Martin, sidewalk and retaining wall. Motion carried 4-0.
City Attorney Urbom stated that the fire hydrant claim has.................to read the rest of the story and much, much more, subscribe to the Arapahoe Public Mirror by calling 962-7261.