MINUTES OF A SPECIAL MEETING OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
NORTHWEST LAKEWOOD SANITATION DISTRICT
AND THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
WASTEWATER UTILITY ENTERPRISE
JUNE 28, 2022
In part due to COVID-19 concerns, the Special Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Northwest Lakewood Sanitation District and the Board of Directors of its Wastewater Utility Enterprise (collectively referred to hereafter as “Board”) was convened in person at the offices of Martin/Martin at 12499 W. Colfax Avenue and by Teams teleconference call on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, at 1:00 PM. The public was able to attend the meeting if they so desired.
Directors In Attendance Were:
Gregory A. “Greg” Fabisiak
Anthony M. Dursey (by phone)
Clark Davenport (by phone)
Also In Attendance Were:
Steve Beck; Special District Management Services, Inc.
Tim Flynn, Esq.; Collins Cole Flynn Winn & Ulmer, PLLC
Bill Willis; Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers
Roger Sherman; CRL & Associates
Discuss November Election and the proposal by CRL Associates, Inc.: Mr. Sherman discussed with the Board his review of the District, and the options available to the District for conducting an education program regarding the effect of de-Brucing the District with the District customers, and the creation of a quarterly newsletter to be sent out with the District invoices.
Separately the Board discussed the wording of a potential ballot question for a November 8, 2022 election. The purpose of the ballot question is to de-Bruce District revenue so that the District can keep all revenues collected and in particular property
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tax revenues collected from the District’s mill levy.
The Board then reviewed a proposed Consultant Agreement with Mr. Sherman’s firm, CRL Associates pursuant to which Mr. Sherman will assist the Board with an education and outreach program.
Following a brief discussion, upon motion duly made by Director Zimmerman, seconded by Director Kesler, and upon vote, unanimously carried, the Consultant Agreement for Education and Public Outreach Services with CRL Associates, Inc. was approved subject to final Scope and Board and legal review. Board President Fabisiak was authorized to sign the agreement subject to the changes.
There being no further business to come before the Board at this time, upon motion duly made by Director Kesler, seconded by Director Zimmerman and, upon vote, unanimously carried, the meeting was adjourned.
Secretary for the Meeting