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Comments received week of 07-01-2024
From: Sarah Vaine <svaine@cityofgolden.net> 
Sent: Monday, July 8, 2024 9:41 AM
To: Karen Smith <Redacted>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: Fireworks - thanks!

Dear Karen:

Thank you very much for taking the time to send your feedback.  

Sarah E. Vaine
Thriving Communities Director
City of Golden
1000 10th St | Golden, CO 80401
(303)384-8075 - Office
(970)333-1782 – Cell

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From: Karen Smith <Redacted> 
Sent: Saturday, July 6, 2024 11:20 AM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Fireworks - thanks!

Dear Councilors,

My family and I want to thank you for making the decision this year to not have a fireworks display on July 4th. We think this is an excellent decision from so many perspectives, including reducing fire risk, protecting pets and wildlife, and showing compassion for vulnerable members of our community with neurological, trauma, and other medical conditions which can be triggered by fireworks. 

This decision makes me proud of our community and I hope you will maintain this as policy into the future.

Thanks for all you do for out town,
Karen Smith
Golden CO

-----Original Message-----
From: Sarah Vaine <svaine@cityofgolden.net> 
Sent: Monday, July 8, 2024 9:41 AM
To: <Redacted>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: July 4th

Dear Betty:

Thank you very much for taking the time to send your feedback.  

Sarah E. Vaine
Thriving Communities Director
City of Golden
1000 10th St | Golden, CO 80401
(303)384-8075 - Office
(970)333-1782 – Cell

Statement of Confidentiality: The contents of this e-mail message and any attachments are confidential and are intended solely for addressee. The information may also be legally privileged. This transmission is sent in trust, for the sole purpose of delivery to the intended recipient. If you have received this transmission in error, any use, reproduction, or dissemination of this transmission is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please immediately notify the sender by reply e-mail or phone and delete this message and its attachments, if any.

-----Original Message-----
From: <Redacted> 
Sent: Friday, July 5, 2024 5:06 PM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: July 4th

Mayor and council members,
Did you see the fireworks in Golden the night of July 4th? Neither did I.
Thanks to your collective decision to eliminate them Golden citizens had probably the most uninspiring, unpatriotic, banal 4th ever.

At least other cities still find it important to celebrate our country and we were able to watch fireworks on TV. Not nearly the same though… I’m guessing the $40k you saved will go to one of your personal agenda projects. So sad and discouraging.
Betty Gleaton 

Sent from my iPad

-----Original Message-----
From: Sarah Vaine <svaine@cityofgolden.net> 
Sent: Tuesday, July 2, 2024 11:51 AM
To: Sherri spicer <Redacted>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: Fireworks

Dear Sherri:

Thank you for taking the time to share your disappointment about the change in programming for Independence Day. We know fireworks displays have long been part of the tradition for our 4th of July Celebration.  Like neighboring jurisdictions, we had significant conversations about the pros and cons.  Ultimately,  resident feedback, potential distress from the loud noise for people and animals, fire danger, environmental concerns, and frequent cancellations due to weather were the deciding factors. We hope you will still come out and enjoy all the family-friendly activities scheduled in Lion's Park for the day. We appreciate the feedback.

Sarah E. Vaine
Thriving Communities Director
City of Golden
1000 10th St | Golden, CO 80401
(303)384-8075 - Office
(970)333-1782 – Cell

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-----Original Message-----
From: Sherri spicer <Redacted> 
Sent: Tuesday, July 2, 2024 10:29 AM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Fireworks

It is with GREAT disappointment that I read about the fireworks being cancelled and done away with in the future as well. How the council could take it upon themselves to do away with such an important symbol on an historic day is beyond comprehension. 

I hope you will reconsider this decision and bring the fireworks back!!  The money was allocated. We want our fireworks display in Golden. A perfect way to end the celebration of our country


Sherri Spicer
982 8th St
Comments received week of 06-24-2024

From: Rheana Rogers <rrogers@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2024 2:43 PM
To: M.L. Richardson <Redacted>
Cc: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Re: Sent from Snipping Tool

Good afternoon, M.L.

I'm very sorry to hear you experienced some frustration with the new Fix It! app. We are working hard to make it as user-friendly as possible so I appreciate your feedback and will make sure we update instructions on the Fix It! webpage to hopefully help others avoid a similar issue.  

On the site, if you are entering an address, you do need to include the city, state, and zip for the tool to locate a pin. Or you can also drag and drop the pin to the desired location. Then you click the "Update Marker" button and proceed with entering the rest of the report information.

If you are still experiencing issues, you can reach out to me directly with your feedback or for assistance and I will be happy to help.

I will forward your message to our Community Services officers (Code Enforcement) and will have someone reach out to you directly regarding your concern.

Please let me know if I can assist you in any other way.

Be Golden, 

Rheana Rogers | Executive Administrative Manager

City of Golden | 911 10th Street | Golden, CO 80401

303-384-8173

rrogers@cityofgolden.net

From: M.L. Richardson < Redacted >
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2024 2:18 PM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Fwd: Sent from Snipping Tool

Hello,

I was excited about the "Fix it" opportunity on the new Golden website, so, I decided to take a few minutes to send in a request.  The location of the issue is 18th Street, directly East of Jackson.  The issue is a safety issue caused by vehicles who park too close to the corner blocking the views of both a driver who is driving West on 18th Street and desires to either turn left (onto one way Jackson Street), or, go across the street West, headed to the CSM campus as well as a safety issue for pedestrian traffic.  The address that I first used was the NE corner of 18th and Jackson Street.  I received an error message of location not found.  So, I used Safeway's address:  1800 Jackson Street - same result. I include a snip image of the error message.  I have 2 requests:

  1. Since I was not able to submit the request using the Fix It site, can someone meet me on site one morning so that I can show a representative from the City what the problem is as well as provide them with a couple of different solutions?
  2. Can someone "fix" the "fix it" site to accommodate specific locations such as cross streets so that this can be used in Fix it submittals?

I look forward to hearing from someone after you have had a chance to review my request. Thank you, M.L. 
Image of error message on Fix It!

Comments received week of 06-17-2024

From: Matt Wempe <mwempe@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Monday, June 24, 2024 10:25 AM
To: <Redacted>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: New Bike Lock Installation

Hi Brandon,

Thanks for getting in touch.  I’m glad to hear that the new bike rack in front of Nosu is getting use.  We’re in the process of replacing existing/installing new racks throughout downtown this summer.  So far we’ve completed work along 12th up to Prospector’s Alley.  There are a couple of rack replacements still to do that should spread out bike parking on the block. 

There’s limited space to install additional racks on 12th.  I’ve looked previously at the north parking garage but we’d have to take spaces which would require a conversation with the other garage owners.  I’ll take a peek this week to see if there is a chance to add more racks in your vicinity. 

We are preparing a ‘call for artists’ to design and install two on-street bike corrals (~5-10 bikes each) near 12th and Arapahoe Street.  If there’s the appetite to remove an on-street parking space on Nosu’s block, I’d be happy to discuss expanding that call.

12th & Jackson Area Bike Racks Locations

Thanks much,

Matt

Matt Wempe
Principal Planner – Long Range
City of Golden Community Development
mwempe@cityofgolden.net
303.215.8884

Upcoming out of office: Friday, July 5 through Friday, July 12

From: <Redacted>
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2024 1:16 PM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: New Bike Lock Installation

We seem to have seen an increase in people biking to Nosu and the new blue bike lock installation is getting heavily used. Is there an opportunity to add several more to the block? I believe it's the pet goal of several Council members to see less car traffic. Adding more and more bike locks would allow us to promote bike to dinner incentives and programming. 

--

Sincerely,

Sincerely,
Brandon Bortles
Abejas Owner
Nosu Ramen Owner/ Partner
Surmesa Taqueria Owner/ Partner

<Redacted>


Comments received week of 06-10-2024

From: Scott Vargo <svargo@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2024 8:08 AM
To: Diana Packard <Redacted>
Cc: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Re: New City Hall

Hello Diana - My apologies for the delayed reply to your email. I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts on several items. I understand that you have spoken with Councilor Vitry in detail about your concerns and she was able to provide additional background and details regarding the police and municipal building and your other comments were also discussed. Should you have any follow up questions feel free to reach out to me directly.

Sincerely,
Scott Vargo
City Manager


From:
Diana Packard <Redacted>
Sent: Friday, June 14, 2024 10:11 PM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: New City Hall

Hello all,

I know I am late on this issue, but by I am very concerned over the city spending $10 million on a new City Hall.  Our roads are in horrible shape, and I am sure there are  other issues facing our city that are far more important than a new City Hall.  There are many great changes ahead for Golden like the renovations to the Coors tech area.  Our roads and everything thing that visitors see need to be in tip top shape to welcome Golden’s visitors.  When Golden can safely welcome our visitors that is when we can build a new City Hall and not until then.   

I am also very sad that 4th of July fireworks were cancelled.  I am a very patriotic American and fireworks were always part of 4th of July.  I know the last 3 Summer’s fireworks were cancelled due to weather, but the fireworks moved and displayed at the Candlelight walk were wonderful! 

Thank you for keeping Buffalo Bill days, Halloween, and the Candlelight walk.  These are treasured events and traditions in Golden.  I hope they live on with this council.  

Sincerely,

Diana Packard

From: Theresa Worsham <TWorsham@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2024 9:50 AM
To: John Hicks<Redacted>

Cc: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: Electric-Preferred Energy Building Code

Hello John,

Thank you for sharing your comments to City Council on the energy code proposal. Your input is very much appreciated.

Sincerely,

Theresa Worsham LEED BD+C, AICP
City of Golden Sustainability Manager
911 10th Street, Golden, CO 80401
(303) 384-8117

From: John Hicks <Redacted>  
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2024 5:39 PM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Electric-Preferred Energy Building Code

City Council Members:

 I don't claim to be an expert on building codes. However, I do try to keep reasonably well-informed about the current and potential future impacts of climate change. My sense is that climate change is akin to a 5-alarm fire that is burning out of control and needs to be addressed with the utmost urgency. We should all be very alarmed and supportive of credible, responsible attempts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as rapidly as possible. I categorize the proposed electric-preferred energy building code under consideration as a credible, responsible attempt to reduce Golden's greenhouse gas emissions. I am aware that this code has been under consideration by the Community Sustainability Advisory Committee for quite some time and that it has undergone multiple revisions to make it more realistic and practical to implement. It also has the support of the Planning Commission. Implementation of this building code would be in harmony with the Sustainability Goals adopted by Council in 2019--including elimination of fossil fuels in buildings by 2050. It's difficult to see how this goal will be met without rapid adoption of the proposed electric-preferred energy building code, and I am 100% supportive of adopting this code.

thank you,
John Hicks
700 Cressman Ct
Golden 80403

 

Comments received week of 06-03-2024

From: Theresa Worsham <TWorsham@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Monday, June 10, 2024 6:04 AM
To: Rosemary Coffman<Redacted>

<Redacted>Cc: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: Energy Code Recommendations from CSAB and PC

Hello Ms. Coffman,

Thank you for your comments to City Council regarding the energy code proposal. Your input is valuable to the process and I appreciate your email to me as well.

Sincerely,

Theresa Worsham LEED BD+C, AICP
City of Golden Sustainability Manager
911 10th Street, Golden, CO 80401
(303) 384-8117

From: Rosemary Coffman <Redacted>
Sent: Sunday, June 9, 2024 5:00 PM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Energy Code Recommendations from CSAB and PC

Dear Members of the City Council:

I am a Golden resident and am writing in support of the recommendation of the Community Sustainability Advisory Board and the Planning Commission to move forward with drafting a stronger energy code standard for new construction that I understand will be considered by the City Council on June 11, 2024.

I’ve been reading some of the underlying documents and have been impressed with the extensive work the Board and Commission did to arrive at the recommendations. I am someone who is greatly and adversely affected by air pollution, so I view it as imperative for all of us to take bold actions where we can to ameliorate the problem and prevent the imminent disaster ahead for our planet if we don’t. Encouraging the electrification of new construction seems like a reasonable and practical step.

Thank you for your efforts and I hope you support a robust energy code standard for new construction in Golden.

Rosemary Coffman
19067 Eagle Ridge Dr.
Golden, CO  80401
<Redacted>

From: Anne Beierle <ABeierle@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Friday, June 7, 2024 4:16 PM
To: Alex Philipson <Redacted>

Cc: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>; Joe Puhr <jpuhr@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: Iowa and Washington

Alex,

We do not have short term plans for any changes at Iowa and Washington. Staff thinks this intersection is a good candidate, longer term, for a roundabout.

I have better news for you about Washington Avenue and Ford Street traffic signals. We will be replacing the controllers on all of our signals this summer which will greatly improve function and add the ability to coordinate timing between lights.

Anne

Anne Beierle
Public Works Director
(pronouns: She/Her/Hers) What's This?
1445 10th St | Golden, CO 80401
(303) 384-8153 Direct

From: Alex Philipson <Redacted>
Sent: Friday, June 7, 2024 1:53 PM
To: Anne Beierle <ABeierle@cityofgolden.net>
Cc: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>; Joe Puhr <jpuhr@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Re: Iowa and Washington

Hi Anne,

I wanted to follow up and see if there was a possibility of looking at the Iowa and Washington intersection for a potential westbound left turn lane Iowa.

Also, I was curious if there was any thoughts on timing the lights on Ford at 10th, 12th, and 13th? Sometimes I sit at all three when I go grocery shopping early Friday mornings. It would be nice to see the lights timed up.

Thanks,
Alex

From: Rick Muriby <rmuriby@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Friday, June 7, 2024 8:34 AM
To: Bill Connelly <Redacted>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Cc: Planning Shared Mailbox <planningshared@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: Molson Coors Light Polution

Mr. Connelly,

Thank you for expressing these lighting concerns. You’re correct that Molson Coors is almost entirely located in unincorporated Jefferson County, but staff has worked with them on specific lighting issues in the past with some success, and will contact them regarding the loading area lighting you have identified. While they have told staff in the past that they need lighting in the loading area for workplace safety requirements, it appears they have some construction lighting in this area currently that may be causing the extra bright lights you’ve photographed.

Staff will contact Molson Coors to let them know the issue it is causing and seek to dial down and/or redirect this lighting to reduce the impact on the community. Staff will contact you once we have spoken to Molson Coors and have a resolution. Please feel free to contact me directly for any additional concerns or questions.

Thank you,

Rick Muriby
Community Development Director
City of Golden
303-384-8098

From: Bill Connelly<Redacted>
Sent: Friday, June 7, 2024 5:58 AM
To: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Cc: Planning Shared Mailbox <planningshared@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Molson Coors Light Polution

Ladies and Gentlemen,

Light pollution from Molson Coors has worsened.  LED lighting in the Molson Coors truck loading area is extremely bright and causing light pollution into Golden neighborhoods.  There is one especially bad light which is shown in the pictures below (taken this morning).  The distant photo was taken from Beverly Heights at the Pillars (Lookout Mtn Road); the second was taken along 13th Steet.  We understand Molson Coors is in JEFFCO and not Golden proper, but its proximity to Golden is obvious. 

Golden ordinances require commercial lighting be contained on the property and not pollute adjacent properties:  https://library.municode.com/co/golden/codes/municipal_code?nodeId=TIT18PLZO_CH18.34COLIST_18.34.080NOLIST

JEFFCO has similar ordinances: 

https://www.jeffco.us/DocumentCenter/View/2493/Section-12-Lighting-PDF

Over the years Coors strived to be a good corporate citizen of Golden and I’d hope Molson Coors shares that sense of responsibility.  Similarly, Golden is a good neighbor to Coors.  For example, Golden Fire Department was first on the scene when Coors had their fire in 2020.

Has Golden approached Molson Coors about this issue?  If so, how did they respond?  If not, will you approach them?

Regards,

Bill Connelly
2119 Mt. Zion Dr., Golden

Molson Coors Lighting

 

From: Scott Vargo <svargo@cityofgolden.net>

Sent: Thursday, June 6, 2024 11:27 AM

To: Gregory Poulos <Redacted>

Cc: Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>

Subject: Re: Electric-Preferred Energy Building Code, June 11 Study Session

Hello Gregory - Thanks for sharing your comments with Council on the proposed code.

Sincerely,
Scott Vargo
City Manager

On Jun 6, 2024, at 8:24 AM, Gregory Poulos <Redacted> wrote:

Hello City Council,

I'm writing to support the above noted Electric-Preferred code. I recently updated my house at 390 Mesa View Way with smart electric panels (SPAN) which eliminated the need for uprating my electric power and dynamic control of electric car charging, solar panels to fully cover my annual electricity use even after conversion to all electric (coming soon ...), and battery storage, to get me through 36 hours of electrical outage and near energy independence.

This process was unnecessarily expensive because 1) it wasn't done in the first place and 2) there were no pre-planned favorable locations for the infrastructure.

The EP code will cause solar and battery storage to be efficiently integrated into buildings from inception - cheaper and the sooner the better, with long-term benefits from near-zero electricity bills. Retrofitting as I have done is inefficient. So being "solar and battery" ready is a logical step, even if requiring it is not at this time.

As one who is an atmospheric scientist with a PhD in the area from Colorado State I am keenly educated on the climatic statistics of our fine state, I find it amusing to the point of silliness, that each home in Colorado isn't designed to utilize the free and famous solar resource that it more than sufficient to eliminate net annual electricity bills and keep Colorado's air and water cleaner (a healthier workforce is more productive).

Even this small step is important to improving the lives of Golden's citizens and participating in the globally accelerating efforts to transform the electricity generation system. I know, my renewable energy company works on 6 continents - its a team effort and local efforts contribute to the whole.

Builders and contractors are quite familiar with these building techniques, as one can see driving around Colorado's more solar oriented neighborhoods and communities.

A full-throated "Aye" to the EP program, if you would, for the sake of common sense and the greater good.

Best to Council,

Gregory S. Poulos, Ph.D.

<Redacted>

Work email: <Redacted>

From: Scott Vargo <svargo@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Thursday, June 6, 2024 11:13 AM
To: <Redacted>
Cc: <Redacted>; Ken Jacobs <Redacted> Theresa Worsham <TWorsham@cityofgolden.net>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Re: June 11 Electric Preferred Code Proposal Consideration

Julie - Thank you for sharing your comments regarding the code proposal.

Sincerely,
Scott Vargo
City Manager

On Jun 5, 2024, at 2:02 PM, <Redacted> wrote:

Thanks Martha – below is what I originally sent on May 21, to the sustainability council.  Now copying Theresa and council.

Julie 

Comments:

I’m glad to see the progress to convert Golden buildings systematically to preferred electric, and am proud to be a part of a progressive community that is pro-actively addressing our climate disaster.

Over the past several years, we have converted our 1948 home to all-electric, powered by solar panels and a battery, so that we continue to have power, even if the grid goes down.  We did the project in three stages, a few years apart, at a total cost of less than 10% of the home value, well worth it, and, in my opinion, should be a common part of the cost of any new home or building, as a retrofit like ours is so much more complicated and more expensive than starting fresh with a new building.  Also, we’ve abandoned quite a lot of costly natural gas infrastructure in the process, which can be avoided by starting with all-electric.  So, even though it would be nice if we could actually require all-electric, I’m hoping that with electric-preferred, common sense will prevail, and new builders will choose all-electric, unless, of course, they’re stubbornly stuck in the past.

I think that in the long run, natural gas tied directly to homes will become much more expensive, and probably obsoleted, as more and more people with common sense choose all-electric.  As overall natural gas demand to homes decreases, power companies will have to resize the delivery infrastructure, and this will be complicated and expensive.  Those costs will naturally be cascaded down to fewer and fewer customers who continue to demand natural gas, and they will eventually be forced to abandon natural gas because they simply won’t be able to afford it.  At least, that’s what I see coming.

We are now disconnected from Xcel natural gas, but still connected to electricity, so that excess power that our solar system produces can be sent back to the grid, for someone else to use.  We pay $6.41/month for this.  In disconnecting the natural gas, we saw an additional decrease in wasted energy, because we were no longer burning a pilot continuously, whether the gas was needed or not.  And, a bonus is that we also charge our EV with our solar system, no more gasoline for us!  We simply plug into the 110 outlet in our garage, overnight so as to avoid peak demand periods in the day.

All-electric can be done, it’s not that hard, and we all need to do it as soon as possible.

Thank you!

Julie Smith

 

From: Anne Beierle <ABeierle@cityofgolden.net>
Sent: Wednesday, June 5, 2024 2:28 PM
To: Tor Jorfald<Redacted>;<Redacted>; Planning Shared Mailbox <planningshared@cityofgolden.net>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Cc: Sara Aupperle <saupperle@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: RE: Mines Construction Project

Tara,

We do not have any plans to add noise mitigation in the Beverly Heights neighborhood, but we would be happy to do additional noise monitoring to see if it is warranted. If you have specific locations in the neighborhood that you think are particularly loud, please let me know. Otherwise, we will collect data at some representative locations. Since the new housing at Mines Park may also alter noise impacts in the neighborhood, I recommend that we wait until they are closer to completion before collecting data.

Anne

Anne Beierle
Public Works Director
(pronouns: She/Her/Hers) What's This?
1445 10th St | Golden, CO 80401
(303) 384-8153 Direct

From: Tor Jorfald <Redacted>
Sent: Wednesday, June 5, 2024 2:08 PM
To: minter@mines.edu; Planning Shared Mailbox <planningshared@cityofgolden.net>; Council Comments <CouncilComments@cityofgolden.net>
Subject: Mines Construction Project

Greetings,

I apologize if I am sending this to the wrong people, but please redirect, as appropriate.

I live in the Beverly Heights area, and the trees that were taken down by Mines for the new buildings have drastically increased highway noise in the neighborhood. 

I remember when the bridge was being put in, Golden said that they had decided not to put in sound barriers with the project, because the trees protected the neighborhood from noise. 

Now that the trees are gone, is there going to be any sound mitigation in the neighborhood? 

Thank you,

Tara Jorfald

 

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