Will there be, as rumored, a presentation about the newly minted U.S. Olympic Committee deal at today’s informal City Council meeting?
The answer is yes, no or maybe. Here’s what the agenda says.
“In accord with the City Charter Art. III, §3-60(d) and its incorporated Colorado Open Meetings Act, §24-6-402(4)(a,b,e), C.R.S., the City Council, in Open Session, is to determine whether it will hold a Closed Executive Session. The issues to be discussed involve determining positions relative to matters that may be subject to negotiations, developing strategy for negotiations and instructing negotiators and receipt of legal advice from the City Attorney’ Office regarding the purchase, acquisition, lease, transfer or sale of real property or other real property interest involving a transit matter, an intersection matter and the LandCo Equity Partners LLC lawsuit and related matters. The mayor shall poll the City Council members, and, upon consent of two-thirds of the members present, may hold a closed executive session. If consent to the closed executive session is not given, the items may be discussed in open session or withdrawn from consideration.”
This is the last item on the agenda.
Judging from the items which precede it, council will most likely consider it during the late afternoon.