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Utility Line Undergrounding Study Committee

On January 7, 2014 the City Council passed Resolution 2, Series 2014, establishing the Utility Line Undergrounding Study Committee, to review the undergrounding of overhead utility lines in the Village.
 
The Committee shall consist of up to six (6) residents appointed by the Council, and two (2) members of the City Council assigned as non-voting advisors to the Committee.
The Committee shall consider and report to the Council on:
  1. The estimated cost of undergrounding utility lines organized by categories such as state highways, Village arterial roads, neighborhood streets and easements.
  2. Policy recommendations for cost sharing between the Village and benefitted property owners.
  3. A priority ranking for the sequence of undergrounding utility lines.
  4. Suggested changes to the Municipal Code or Village policies to support the effort to underground utility lines.
  5. A plan to finance the project in summary form recommending specific financial resources including new revenue sources.
  6. All other matters the Committee deems relevant to the issue and requiring the Council’s consideration.
 
The Committee presented its Final Report to City Council on June 2, 2015.  Click here to view the final report.
 
Utility Line Undergrounding Study Committee Members
 
Russell Stewart
Andy Love
John Love
David Wyman
Daniel Lynch
Paul Stewart
Susan Maguire
Council Advisors: Alex Brown and Earl Hoellen

Meeting Information
 
Meetings will be held at the Village Center, 2450 E. Quincy Avenue, days and times TBD.
 
Meeting Agendas
 
Meeting agendas can be accessed by the link on the left sidebar. 
 
Contact Information
 
Correspondence may be sent to:
City of Cherry Hills Village
Utility Line Undergrounding Study Committee
2450 E. Quincy Avenue
Cherry Hills Village, CO   80113
 
For more information please contact:
Emily Black
Special Projects Coordinator
(303) 783-2742